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Ralph McTell CD "Hill of Beans", released 20 September 2019


Welcome to this Ralph McTell Fansite

Please use the menu at the top of each page to find your way around.

On this site you will find Articles, Reviews and Interviews on Ralph McTell and his music, and a comprehensive Discography.

Please let me know if you have any articles, interviews or reviews from publications such as Melody Maker, Sounds, New Musical Express and Folk Roots, or any stories from the national and local press.

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John Beresford

Stan and Ollie dance on this page because Ralph is a big fan!

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic - New Verse for "Streets of London"

Prompted by Fergal Keane, Ralph has written a new verse for his iconic ‘homelessness’ ballad:

In shop doorways, under bridges
In all our towns and cities
You can glimpse the makeshift bedding
From the corner of your eye
Remember what you're seeing
Barely hides a human being
We’re all in this together
Sister, brother, you and I

The BBC News website carried this report by Fergal.

As the world goes into lockdown to combat the virus, Ralph’s imminent tour has been postponed till next year. Tickets for the concerts will be valid for the rearranged dates (or refunded on request). Please contact the venues for details.

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"Hill of Beans"

Ralph's new album "Hill of Beans" is available on CD and MP3 from Ralph's web shop, Amazon and other high street and on-line retailers.

Catalogue number: TPGCD50
Issued on: 20 September 2019

It's typical of Ralph McTell to take an idea or phrase out of its original context and apply it to another situation. For one of the tracks on his new CD, Ralph has taken the central theme of the 1942 film 'Casablanca', and worked his magic on it. At face value the song tells the story of the film; but this is Ralph McTell, so when he sings "We'll always have those days in Paris", we can be sure that he's thinking of his own Paris days and what they led to. That would be poetic enough, but then Ralph takes the idea to a whole new level when he makes the song the title track of the CD. In doing so, he is inviting the self-deprecating suggestion that this collection of songs, and all that went before in a career of 50+ years, "don't amount to a hill of beans".

"Hill of Beans" indeed! On the contrary, this album will prove to be regarded as among his best work. Two equal factors make it so - Ralph's choice of material and Tony Visconti's production. The choice of material is fascinating. On an album of 'original songs', only four of the eleven are new - the other seven have all be seen in some form before. One song was first recorded 40 years ago, two others twelve years ago, one of which has also featured on two live recordings since. But in Visconti's hands they're all brand new, with Ralph's voice and guitar prominent (of course) and understated orchestration and backing vocals.

The songs:

Oxbow Lakes
An early draft of this song appears in Ralph's song lyrics book 'Time's Poems', which was published in 2005.

Brighton Belle
Ralph recorded this for the 2007 stories-and-songs audio book autobiography, 'As Far as I Can Tell', and has played it on several concert tours since.

Clear Water
Written for Fairport Convention and recorded on their ‘Myths and Heroes’ CD in 2015. By omitting the verse referencing ‘Rising for the Moon’, Ralph has repurposed the song to his own career.

Gertrude and Alice
A true story of art lovers in early 20th century Paris.

Gammel Dansk
Has a 'found poem' feel reminiscent of 'Easter Lilies'.

Shed Song
Writen and first recorded for the 'Harbour of Songs' project in 2012.

Close Shave
A play on words with great ragtime guitar.

When They Were Young
Another from 'As Far as I Can Tell'. Also on the 'Affairs of the Heart' box set and live on 'Songs For Six Strings (1st - E)' CD and '70th Birthday Concert' DVD.

Sometimes I Wish I Could Pray
This remarkable song was first recorded in 1979 for 'Slide Away the Screen', but wasn't released until the CD version in 1994. Now it gets the Welsh Chapel Choir treatment it deserves, led by Mary Hopkin.

Hill of Beans
'I'm no good at being noble...'

West 4th Street and Jones
Way out in front as the stand-out track, and a live take to boot. Also live on the '70th Birthday Concert' DVD, and a regular in concert sets since 2013.

Ralph is 75 in December and is about to set off on the UK and Ireland leg of the Hill of Beans World Tour, culminating in a birthday celebration concert at the Royal Festival Hall on 13 December.

Review by John Beresford
25 September 2019.

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Ralph's 2018 Christmas Benefit Concert

Ralph's 2018 Christmas Benefit Concert at the Half Moon in Putney was in aid of the Streets of London charity, which works with homeless people in the captital and is named after Ralph's song. The concert was streamed live on Ralph's Facebook page.





For information on Streets of London, and to make a donation, see the charity's website.

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Ralph on "Later... with Jools Holland"

Ralph made his debut appearance on BBC Two's "Later... with Jools Holland" music show on Saturday 29 September 2018. He sang "Nanna's Song" - the first track on Ralph's first LP - and "West 4th Street and Jones" - which is expected to feature on Ralph's forthcoming new album. Ralph's wife Nanna was in the audience.



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"And About Time Too"

Leola Music has issued a double LP of Ralph and Wizz's two "About Time" albums.

Catalogue number: TPGLP39
"And About Time Too" was issued on 13 June 2018 at the first gig of the 'About Time Too' tour, and was made available from Ralph's webshop on 26 June 2018.

"And About Time Too" is a limited edition double vinyl release of Ralph and Wizz’s albums About Time and About Time Too.

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New version of "Streets of London"

Ralph invited a choir from the homeless charity Crisis at Christmas to sing "Streets of London" with him at his London Palladium concert in October 2017, and they have recorded Ralph's iconic song with guest vocalist Annie Lennox. The single is available as a download from iTunes and other download sites; and as a CD single from Townsend Music. All proceeds go to Crisis to help support some of the thousands of people facing homelessness. Crisis has made a You Tube video to promote the release.

"Streets of London" by Ralph McTell featuring The Crisis Choir with guest vocalist Annie Lennox
Digital download issued on 4 December 2017
CD single issued on 15 December 2017
'Streets of London' was Number 94 in the Christmas 2017 Official Singles Chart (for all sales and streams)
The CD Single was Number 1 in the Christmas 2017 Official Physical Singles Chart (for CD sales)

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"Parallel Lives: The Biographies of Ralph McTell", reviewed by Peter Landon

In September 2017, John Beresford sent round an email about a new biography of Ralph McTell, Parallel Lives: The Biographies of Ralph McTell. I say new, but, actually, it was the second edition of a book by Mike Grenfell, a writer, musician and academic.

John had initially reviewed the first edition and had been invited to act as copy editor for the second. He had also visited Mike in the New Forest to film an interview with him as a sort of trailer for the book.

I watched the video of this included in John’s email and was curious. Mike came across in the interview like the scholarly professor he was and I began to wonder what the book was actually like. I accordingly got in touch with John to ask if the book is a 'good read' or an 'academic exercise'. What he said was: If social philosophy is your thing, it's both. If you'd prefer a chatty coffee table book, it's not for you.

Not to be put off, and as a fan of Ralph’s and someone of an age with both Ralph and John, I bought a copy and read it through from cover-to-cover. I was not disappointed. The book is clearly an academic exercise, and the language used reflects this, which is a bit of a pity as writing should be about communication. This could put some people off and, I would have thought, is arguably unnecessary. But if you can rise above that, you should be amply rewarded.

The concept of Parallel Lives works on a number of levels: Ralph and the author, Ralph and his contemporaries and musical and artistic heroes, Ralph and the major figures of his time and generation – and even Ralph and you, the reader. It also addresses the relationship between Ralph and the characters he writes about in his songs. All this is approached from several angles: the historical context of Ralph’s personal life, his birth and formative years – the normal journalistic approach in biographies -, his artistic influences and the important political and social events going on around.

Numerous comments and observations by Ralph are included and it’s clear that Ralph himself was surprised where Mike Grenfell’s analysis was leading. If you get the book and read it right through as I did, I’m sure you should be too. You may not have been through the exact same experiences, but you could well recall the same historical events. You may well end up, as I did, with an even greater appreciation of Ralph’s work and a better understanding of your own position and how you got to be where you are today.

Buy, read and enjoy.

Reviewed by Peter Landon, November 2017.

Parallel Lives: The Biographies of Ralph McTell, Second Edition, by Michael Grenfell, is available from Pomera Press.

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"About Time Too"

Ralph and Wizz have recorded a follow-up to "About Time", their celebration of a fifty-year musical friendship.

Catalogue number: TPGCD38
Issued on: 17 November 2017

Track list:

Philadelphia Lawyer
Any Old Time
I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
Shall I Wake You From Your Sleep?
Long Black Veil
Old Fashioned Shotgun Wedding
How Happy I Am
Ghost Riders in the Sky
Touch Has a Memory
When You’ve Got a Good Friend
Best Wishes

Ralph and Wizz launched the album with a concert at Cecil Sharp House on 15 November 2017. "About Time Too" is available from Ralph's webshop.

The two "About Time" albums were reissued as a double LP (yes, vinyl!) during Ralph and Wizz's "About Time Too" tour in June 2018. For details see And About Time Too.

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"Songs For Six Strings" Box Set Update

A few complete Songs For Six Strings box sets, with all six CDs, were available at Ralph's 2017 Autumn Tour concerts... and were soon sold.

The box for the Songs for Six Strings box set, catalogue number OLA6J45, was originally provided with the the first of the six CDs, with space to house the other five as they were issued. The full set comprises TPGCD E1, TPGCD B2, TPGCD G3, TPGCD D4, TPGCD A5 and TPGCD E6. Single copies of 'E1' are sold out, but 'B2', 'G3', 'D4', 'A5' and 'E6' are still available from Ralph's webshop.

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"Parallel Lives: The Biographies of Ralph McTell", Second Edition, by Michael Grenfell

I was privileged to be invited to check the 'revised and expanded' text of the second edition of Mike Grenfell's McTell biography, and to interview the author for a YouTube video.

Mike Grenfell (left) with John Beresford.

Parallel Lives: The Biographies of Ralph McTell, Second Edition, by Michael Grenfell, was published on 31 August 2017. The initial 50 numbered-and-signed copies quickly sold out - as did the subsequent reprint . See Pomera Press for current availability.

The public interview from which this book was written was recorded in 2012 - see Artist Biography Project - An Evening with Ralph McTell

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"All Things Change - The Transatlantic Anthology 1967-1970"

Cherry Tree Records has released a double CD collection of every track Ralph recorded for the Transatlantic label at the start of his career. The 51 tracks comprise Ralph's first three albums Eight Frames a Second, Spiral Staircase and My Side of Your Window; the Revisited compilation; his first single; plus two tracks that were not released at the time.

Catalogue number: CRTREE019D
Issued on: 21 April 2017

See Trackin' Back for the track list.

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Sad News

Ralph has posted sad news on his website regarding Donard Duffy's brother, Mark, who tragically died with all the crew when their air sea rescue helicopter was lost off the Irish coast on 22 March 2017.

If you would like to send a message to Donard, please send it via Leola, to this email address .

Ralph's page includes a link to the RNLI for those who would like to make a donation.

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"The Clive Palmer Memorial Concert"

A DVD of the 2015 memorial concert for Clive Palmer is available now from Mic McCreadie. It includes performances by Ralph, Pete Berryman and others.

Catalogue number: WIODVD004M
Issued: November 2016

Ralph sings Walk Into the Morning.

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"Songs For Six Strings 6th - E"

The sixth and final 'string' of Ralph's "Songs For Six Strings" boxed set, representing the '6th - E' string, is on sale in Ralph's webshop. Single copies of the first CD, for the '1st - E' string, are now sold out - but see Update. Single copies of the '2nd - B', '3rd-G', '4th - D' and '5th - A' strings are still available. Together the six CDs, one for each guitar string, present 36 live recordings of McTell songs. The CDs are also available at Ralph's gigs but not from other outlets.

Catalogue number: TPGCD E6
Issued on: 1 November 2016

Track list:

You Make Me Feel Good
The Ghost of Robert Johnson
Old Brown Dog
Hands of Joseph
Let Me Fly or Let Me Fall
The Things You Wish Yourself *
Hidden bonus track Kenny the Kangaroo **

* Ralph's grandchildren Isabelle and Louis joined Ralph on stage to sing 'The Things You Wish Yourself' at Cadogan Hall in December 2009.
** This live version of 'Kenny the Kangaroo' was released on a vinyl single in 1990.

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‘Songs For Six Strings’ Poll - Voting Closed

Ralph first used the 'Songs for Six Strings’ title in 1996 with the release of a CD ‘recorded live straight from the desk’, somewhat intriguingly called ‘Songs for Six Strings Volume 2’. The mystery was solved the following year with the reissue on CD of Ralph’s first ‘live’ LP from 1976, ‘Ralph Albert & Sydney’, as ‘Songs for Six Strings Volume 1’.

Next, the title was used for Roger Brown’s book of tab and notation transcriptions of Ralph’s songs and tunes, which was first published in 2002.

Finally, Ralph has now issued a 'Songs for Six Strings’ boxed set of six CDs of live performances, each CD representing one of the six strings of Ralph’s guitar. Issued annually from 2011 to 2016, each CD comprises six live takes from recent concert performances.

The Songs for Six Strings Polls

In 2001 we ran a website poll to find which songs folk would like to feature on future ‘Songs for Six Strings’ releases. The poll resulted in 50 titles being suggested, many with specific concert performances in mind. Remarkably, about half of the suggested titles have now appeared on audio or video releases – for details, see Songs for Six Strings Poll 2001 – The Results.

A second poll was started in 2011 specifically for suggestions for the boxed set. With the release of the 6th and final boxed set CD in 2016, this poll is now closed. See Songs For Six Strings Boxed Set Poll for the suggestions - and, crucially, which of them feature on the six CDs.

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Mornington Crescent

A bit of fun on social media: a political discussion I had with my daughter on Facebook during the 2016 UK Labour Party leadership debate was picked up by others who kept the story going…

Jane: Not that I've left it 'til tomorrow...
Me: Easy! Your go...
Jane: Somewhere down the road we might get democracy...
Me: It's a Journey worth Travelling, Man.
Jane: Maybe, but not sure if the spiral staircase leads to the top or bottom at the moment...
Me: England, oh England!
Jane: Terminus!
Me: Mornington Crescent!
Lesley: Now this has started!
Joe: And once a year Granny takes a trip!
Jackie: Around the wild Cape Horn
Jean: Surrounded by Easter lilies
Jan: and Summer Lightning ...
Linda: Whilst drinking Nettle Wine
Liz: and eating peppers and tomatoes
Liz: whilst conducting a Grand Affair
Linda: With the girl in the White dress
Me: Whom he met on the Jersey Ferry
Joe: by a Big Tree
Jackie: Like in Kew Gardens
Jan: A Weeping Willow
Linda: Then came summer lightning
Me: Repetition!
Linda: Oh no, I will have to think again.
Linda: Here goes, they were watching the Old Brown Dog playing in the Red and Gold leaves
Jackie: After rain
Liz: Still in Dreams
Liz: wondering what will happen Somewhere down the road
Me: Sorry Liz, repetition of SDTR. Try again...
Robin: I'd love to contribute to this but any effort from me will make me look like a Clown.
David: Better than looking like a factory girl.
Me: She's a kind hearted woman
Liz: Ok for my next effort. . . In England 1914 I met Naomi, a Girl from the hiring fair, at the fairground, where we watched Maddie dancing to the Maginot waltz. The Easter Lilies were in bloom under the silver birch and weeping willow. After rain, with the river rising we saw the barges sailing down stream. Although she was a sweet mystery to me in some way I loved her but they were words I couldn't say. I just hope she lets me down easy and waits until the snow comes.
Jean: I think that you win hands down!! Well done.

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"The Folk Cottage at Mitchell Reunion 2015"

A DVD of the 2015 Folk Cottage Reunion is available now. It includes performances by Ralph, Wizz Jones, Pete Berryman and others. For details please email Mic McCreadie.

Catalogue number: WIODVD003M
Issued: June 2016

Ralph sings Hesitation Blues and duets with Wizz on Honey Babe.

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"About Time"

In 1966 Wizz Jones invited Ralph to Cornwall to play at the now legendary Mermaid Inn at Porth and Folk Cottage at Mitchell. Fifty years later they decided it was about time they recorded an album together. So they did...

Catalogue number: TPGCD37
Issued on: 17 June 2016

Track list:

Honey Babe Blues
Out of the Snow
You're Gonna Quit Me Baby
Deportees (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos)
You Won't Let Me Go
Diamond Joe
Old Rattler's Pup
If I Needed You
Tell Her You Love Her Right Now
Abandoned Love
When You're Gone
Morning Blues
I Never Did Sing You a Lovesong

"About Time" is on sale in Ralph's webshop.

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"70th Birthday Concert"

Ralph's 70th birthday concert at the Theatre Royal in London's Drury Lane was filmed and is now available on DVD from Ralph's webshop.

Catalogue number: TPGDVD70
Issued on: 13 November 2015

For the set list see the Fans' reviews page.

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"The Unknown Soldier"

Leola Music has reissued "The Unknown Soldier" CD with two additional tracks - the title track recorded live at Ralph's 70th birthday concert, and a CD-Extra video of that performance. The original four-song EP was released in the centenary year of the start of the first world war but already anticipating its end four years later. Ralph says in the CD insert, "These songs written over the fifty years of my career are an attempt to evoke the final loss of innocence we experienced as a nation".

Catalogue number: TPGCD 11-11-11
Originally issued on: 10 November 2014
Reissued on: 4 June 2015

Track list:

The Lamplighter (England 1914 June 28th)
Maginôt Waltz
The Unknown Soldier

Additional tracks on reissue:

The Unknown Soldier - recorded live at The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 7 December 2014
The Unknown Soldier - CD-Extra video recording of the Drury Lane performance.

The CD-Extra video is a 'hidden track' that will play only on a PC or Mac. It plays best if you copy the file to your hard drive.

"The Unknown Soldier" is on sale in Ralph's webshop.

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"Jake Thackray and Songs"

The Jake Thackray Project has released a DVD of Jake's 1981 BBC TV series 'Jake Thackray and Songs', which includes a guest spot by Ralph. The DVD is available from Amazon.

Catalogue number: JTP04
Issued on: 4 October 2014

Includes live performances of 2 songs by Ralph

Song for Martin
Water of Dreams

and a snippet of the audience joining in on Streets of London.

Ralph and Jake had appeared on the same bill in folk clubs and several TV shows, and, when Jake died in 2002, Ralph wrote this tribute.

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"Celtic Cousins"

Ralph released a CD of Celt-themed songs to coincide with his 2014 'Celtic Cousins' tour. It was available at the gigs and is now on sale in Ralph's webshop.

Catalogue number: TPGCD36
Issued on: 30 April 2014

Track List:

Mermaid and the Seagull - from 'Songs for Six Strings Vol II' (1996)(recorded live, 1992)
Cannabis Creek - from 'Somewhere Down the Road' (2010)
Break of the Union - from 'Somewhere Down the Road' (2010)
Tangle o' the Isles - from 'Musical Tour of Scotland' (Billy Connolly, 1995)
The Islands - from 'Musical Tour of Scotland' (Billy Connolly, 1995)
An Irish Blessing - from 'Sand in Your Shoes' (1995)
The Setting - from 'Bridge of Sighs' (1986)
Mr Connaughton - from 'The Ralph McTell Collection' (1982)
From Clare to Here - from 'Right Side Up' (1976)
The Grey Sea Strand - from 'The Ralph McTell Collection' (1982)
The Irish Girl - from 'The Boy With a Note' (1992)
Wonderful Country - from 'The Boy With a Note' (1992)
Nettle Wine - from 'Ralph, Albert & Sydney' (CD, 1997)(recorded live, 1976)

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"Travelling Man" and "Alphabet Zoo" Reissued

Leola Music Ltd has repackaged the "Travelling Man" live set, recorded at the Purcell Room in 1998. The running order of the songs has been adjusted to match the actual performance. Sub-titled "Ralph McTell Live at the South Bank", the double CD is on sale in Ralph's webshop.

Catalogue number: TPGCD16
Re-released 2012

"Alphabet Zoo" has also been repackaged, with a new cover designed by Peter Thaine, and the CD re-released for a new generation in the 30th anniversary year of the ITV programme. The CD is on sale in Ralph's webshop.

Catalogue number: TPGCD20
Re-released 2013

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Artist Biography Project - An Evening with Ralph McTell

Ralph gave a delightful interview-with-a-difference at Trinity College, Dublin, in November 2012. Ralph had been invited to be the first subject of the Arts in Education Research Group’s ‘Artist Biography Project’. Interviewed by music education lecturer Marita Kerin, Ralph illustrated his responses with anecdotes and songs from his life. The whole event was filmed and you can see it on You Tube.

Ralph says, “Unfortunately the lighting was poor but the evening was special.” It lasts over two hours, so pick a quiet time and enjoy!

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"Sofa Noodling"

Ralph's has recorded a set of guitar instrumentals, and the resulting CD is on sale in Ralph's webshop. Ralph had a sofa installed in the studio so he could 'noodle' on his guitar as he does at home. The result is a collection of eleven newly-recorded tunes plus a live take from a recent concert performance and two tracks from earlier albums.

Catalogue number: TPGCD35
Issued on: 3 October 2012

Track List:

That'll do Babe
Winding Boy
Tickling the Trout - from 'National Treasure'
Leah's Favourite - from 'Blue Skies Black Heroes'
Barnes Morris
Chattanooga Choo Choo
Housewives' Choice
Aura Lee
Still in Dreams
Sleepy Time Blues
Pity the Boy
I'm Not Really Blue
John Lee
Anji & Lullaby of Birdland (medley) - Live recording

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"An English Heartbeat - London and England 2012"

Ralph compiled a promotional album of five songs on the theme of London and England for the Olympic year. "An English Heartbeat" was also the title of Ralph's 2012 UK tour. The album was briefly available online as a download, but it seems it was not intended for public release. Hands up if you managed to download it before it was withdrawn...

Track list:

England - New recording
Streeets of London - The 'Hit' single version from 1974
Barges - From 'Not Till Tomorrow'
Red and Gold - From 'The Journey'
The London Apprentice - From 'Somewhere Down the Road'

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"Don't Think Twice It's Alright"

Ralph compiled a download only album in celebration of Bob Dylan's 70th Birthday in 2011. "Don't Think Twice It's Alright" is available from iTunes, Amazon and other download sites. Three of the songs were newly-recorded for this release. The title track featured on BBC Radio 2's "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan - A Folk Tribute".

Track list:

Don't Think Twice (It's Alright) - New recording
Gates of Eden - From 'Gates of Eden' CD
Girl From the North Country - From 'Travelling Man' CD (Live recording)
To Ramona - From 'Gates of Eden' CD
I Want You - New recording
One Too Many Mornings - New recording

When you download the tracks, you will find that three of them have the wrong name. Track 2 is labelled 'Ramona', track 3 'Gates of Eden' and track 4 'Girl From The North Country Fair'. You can safely rename them in your iTunes or music folder.

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"Somewhere Down The Road"

This 2010 studio CD is on sale in Ralph's webshop.

Fans' Reviews

Catalogue number: TPGCD31
Issued on: 27 August 2010

Track list:

The London Apprentice
Reverend Thunder (Blind Faith)
Walk into the Morning
Around the Wild Cape Horn
The Ghost of Robert Johnson
The Break of the Union
Cannabis Creek
One Sunny Day (Aujourd'hui le Ciel est Bleu)
Moon June and a Cajun Tune
A Kiss in the Rain
The Girl on the Jersey Ferry
Lantern Slides
Somewhere Down the Road

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Ralph McTell - Backstage with James Taylor at the Brighton Centre, March 31st, 2003

Thanks to Iconic Music for this image. From left to right the shot features Ralph, Jacqui McShee (Pentangle), James Taylor, Dave Pegg (Fairport) and Gerry Conway (Fairport and Pentangle).

Please note this picture is © Rob Beattie. Please do not reproduce this image anywhere else without permission from Rob. Check out Rob's Web Site.

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