John - Maker Of Bat & Ball. John - The Cricketers Of Hambledon, On Windmill Hill 1789. Song - Stonewall Jack. John - The Old Cricketer. Song - I Keeps Out There Or Thereabout. Song - The Flower Bowler. Song - The High Catch. John - The Master Artful Dodgers. Song - A Tickle O' Me Spinnin' Finger. Song - Four Jolly Bowlers. John - Pride Of The County. Song - Harold Gimblett's Hundred. John - Ian Botham, Somerset . John Arlott And The Yetties. John Arlott And The Yetties - The Sound Of Cricket (LP).
He was also a poet and wine connoisseur.
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The Yetties (John Sartin, Pete Shutler, and Mac McCulloch) are an English folk music group and take their name from the Dorset village of Yetminster which was their childhood home and in 1975 they released an album entitled "The Yetties of Yetminster" Contents. The Sound of Cricket (1984). The Musical Heritage of Thomas Hardy (single cassette) (1985). The Musical Heritage of Thomas Hardy (double LP) (1988). Play it Again (1989). Singing All The Way (1989). Out In The Green Fields (1990).
The band also collaborated with John Arlott on an album of cricket stories, poems and songs. As the Yetties' manager, the broadcaster Jim Lloyd had led the switch from folk clubs to concerts and radio. They performed on Radios 1 to 5, but especially on Radio 2, where they had their own series, Cider and Song. The British Council circuit took them all over the world, from Nepal and Malaysia to Canada and Sudan.
The Yetties (John (Bonny) Sartin, Pete Shutler, and Mac McCulloch) were an English folk music group who took their name from the Dorset village of Yetminster, their childhood home. In 1975 they released an album entitled "The Yetties of Yetminster". In 2007 The Yetties celebrated 40 years as a professional folk band.
The Yetties-Bonny Sartin, Mac McCulloch and Pete Shutler, three sons of Yetminster in Dorset-were natural exponents of the folk tradition and complemented perfectly John’s lyrics which reflected his insight into the mindset of cricketers lauded and local. As producer of the programmes and on behalf of the BBC, I commissioned a number of songs, including this one. Eventually, they formed the basis of an LP and cassette recording which was issued by Charisma Records in 1984.
John Arlott reads poetry by John Clare, Robert Bloomfield, Stephen Duck and George Crabbe. The songs of the countryside are sung by The Yetties, Cyril Tawney, Bob Arnold, The Druids, Frankie Armstrong, The Critics and Barry Skinner. Incidental music by The Yetties and Trevor Crozier's Broken Consort. John Arlott, spoken word; The Yetties ; Cyril Tawney, vocals ; Bob Arnold, vocals ; Frankie Armstrong, vocals ; The Critics, vocals ; The Druids, vocals ; Barry Skinner, vocals.
Songs from John Arlott Talks Cricket by John Arlott. Free download and listen John Arlott Talks Cricket. Style: pop. Album year: 2009.