Additional Womble suits were hastily made for the live performance. When appearing as a band, the Wombles were always played by experienced musicians in full costume. Batt continued to perform as Orinoco, regularly accompanied by drummer Clem Cattini as Bungo and guitarist Chris Spedding as Wellington (complete with Spedding's trademark white Gibson Flying V)-both of whom had previously recorded with Batt. Remember You're A Womble", "Bungo's Birthday". Released: 29 March 1974.
Remember You're A Womble is the second album produced by the ad hoc group The Wombles. The title track was released as a single. After Mike Batt's success with "The Wombling Song", a cynic might think this was more of the same, but "Remember You're A Womble" is actually a fine song in its own right - bearing in mind that it was written primarily for children. The single, which features some snazzy violin and a sax, runs to around 3 minutes 15 seconds, and was released in April 1974 backed by "Bungo's Birthday", Bungo being another Womble character.
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Remember you're a womble Lyrics. When the sun doesn't shine and it's cloudy and grey And it's only the beginning of the wombling day And you've got to do the washing up for Madame Cholet. Remember, remember Remember, remember Remember, remember, remember (member-member) . The title track from the Wombles' 1974 album, Remember You’re A Womble, and arguably their most popular song. It’s very basic, but makes for a fun sing-along. Remember you're a womble" Track Info. Remember You’re A Womble The Wombles.
Remember You're a Womble was the second album released by The Wombles. The songs were recorded by Mike Batt (vocals/keyboards) with session musicians Chris Spedding (guitars), Les Hurdle (bass), Clem Cattini (drums), Ray Cooper (percussion), Rex Morris (saxophone), Eddie Mordue (saxophone) and Jack Rothstein (violin). After the success of the first album, Wombling Songs, Batt experimented with more character-based songs in a variety of musical styles. He described it as "really the first proper album for The Wombles as a group". The album spent 31 weeks in the UK album chart, peaking at number 18 on 13 July 1974. com/Remember You're a Womble.