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8 thoughts on “ Dingle Regatta - Lindisfarne - Dingly Dell (CD)

  1. Comment: LINDISFARNE Dingly Dell ( UK large pink mad hatter label track LP from the progressive folk rockers including the singles All Fall Down and Court In The Act housed in an embossed & textured title sleeve with credits inner. The sleeve shows just a little light wear whilst the vinyl shows few signs of play CAS)Reviews: 8.
  2. It's hard to pick a highlight out of this collection, silly Dingly Regatta to the astonshing Dingly Dell, Oh No not Again to Bring Down the Government. See why Lindisfarne was a hit band in the early 70s that lasted past Alan Hull's untimely death to just recently/5(10).
  3. Hey sports fans. From, I believe, the North East of England, a great British rock group indeed. A few of my favorite tunes are: Mandolin King, Wake Up Little Sister, Don't Ask Me, Go Back and Dingle Regatta. I hope you will enjoy this CD as much as I. Have a great merolmimordelararetergioluti.infoinfos: 8.
  4. Dingly Dell, an Album by Lindisfarne. Released in on Charisma (catalog no. CASCD ; CD). Genres: British Folk Rock.
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  6. Dingle Regatta Arranged By – Lindisfarne Written-By – Traditional: 8: Wake Up Little Sister Written-By – Alan Hull: 9: Go Back Written-By – Simon Cowe: Court In The Act Written-By – Alan Hull: Mandolin King Written-By – Alan Hull: Dingly Dell Written-By – Alan Hull: We Can Swing /5(4).
  7. Dingly Dell, an Album by Lindisfarne. Released 3 May on EMI (catalog no. CASCDR ; CD). Genres: British Folk Rock, Folk Rock. 7 Dingle Regatta 8 CD Charisma / CASCD Dingly Dell.
  8. Jul 05,  · The album’s healing power didn’t diminish on the flip side: a short arrangement of the lively traditional Jig “Dingle Regatta” is followed by an hopeful and uplifting demonstration of brotherly love on “Wake up Little Sister”, before Cowe’s second contribution “Go Back” follows an easy-going diet of Beatles-esque and Jazzy elements which includes orchestral snippets and whistling reminiscent of /5(7).

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