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CDs

Hot Nuts!

EP featuring these five cheeky, double-entendre laden songs; Get 'em From The Peanut Man (Hot Nuts), I Want Some Of Your Pie, You Put It In, I'll Take It Out, (It Must Be Jelly 'cos You Know) Jam Don't Shake, and the original song, I'll Go On The Top, You Go On The Bottom. All tracks are vocal and uke or vocal and 5 string banjo, recorded the old-fashioned way, live into a single mic. 

£5 plus p&p

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Keep Drinkin' That Coffee!

10 original songs in Phil's familiar blues/hokum/jug band style. Features No Biscuits In My Gravy, If You Keep Drinkin' That Coffee, King Biscuit Time, Whisky In My Bottle, Shining Cliff, The Devil Is In The Detail, Wednesday Night, You Should Have A Drink, You Either Care Or You Don't and Just Me Now. Features Phil on vocals, uke, banjo, guitar, mandolin, bass, keys, harmonica, jug & percussion, aided by Maisie Doleman on percussion, Caitlin Doleman on flute and recorder, George Bartle on brass, and Harry Bartle and the Rough Truffles Community Choir on backing vocals. Features artwork by Jake Smithies. Click here to download the free songbook and play along!

£10 plus p&p

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“Stealin', Stealin / Hesitation Blues”
A vinyl-look CD single, featuring two tracks recorded with Ian Emmerson on guitar and harmony vocals. Both songs recorded live into a single mic in glorious mono!

£3 plus p&p

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“Skin & Bones” SOLD OUT
A “massively entertaining” (Blues Matters magazine) 10 track album with art by Steve Elliott. Features guests George Bartle, Percy Copley, Matthew Walton, and Caitlin & Maisie Doleman. Track listing; Walk Right In, You Gotta Take Sick And Die One Of These Days, Tain’t Nobody’s Business If I Do, Diddie Wa Diddie, Skin & Bones, Potato Chips, Mississippi Heavy Water Blues, Big River Blues, You May Leave (But This’ll Bring You Back) and Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now).