A Job Lot - music CD

The new CD 'A Job Lot' by Dartington Morris Men was released in September 2014.

It was produced to coincide with our Morris Ring meeting on September 5-7 2014 and is available for sale from us when you see us out and about.

Just £6.50, including free UK delivery.

You can buy a copy when you see us out, or you can order and pay online securely by credit or debit card through PayPal, for delivery by post. Just click the button below to go to the PayPal shopping basket. Price includes post and packing to UK destinations.

For postage to locations outside the UK please contact us to check postage price.


A Job Lot - full track listing

Playable samples are shown in the right sidebar.

  1. I'm a Rover
  2. Hey Diddle Dis
  3. The Blue-eyed Stranger / Just as the Tide was Flowing
  4. Port of Many Ships
  5. Spanish Ladies
  6. Nancy
  7. Liverpool Hornpipe
  8. Farewell to Kingsbridge
  9. Heaven's a Bar
  10. Dancing Out
  11. Bampton Fair
  12. The Old Drove Road / Ovingham Fair
  13. Jockey to the Fair
  14. The Drovers
  15. Septembre / Trip to Pakistan
  16. Travel by Steam
  17. Songs of the Rail
  18. The Fireman's Song
  19. Steamboat Quickstep / Off She Goes / The Railway
  20. Kemp's Jig
  21. My Pretty Little Highland Mary / Orange in Full Blooming
  22. The Thirty Foot Trailer
  23. The Lark in the Clear Air
  24. Morris Off
  25. Bonus Track /  A38 Song


All songs and tunes are traditional, except The Drovers by Keith Marsden, Bampton Fair by Paul Wilson, Septembre by Stephane Delicq, Trip to Pakistan by Niall Kenny, The Fireman's Song by Don Bilston, The Thirty Foot Trailer by Ewan McColl and Heaven's a Bar by Tim Laycock. Poetry excerpts are The Port of Many Ships by John Masefield and Spirit of the Times by Alexander Anderson.

Recorded and mixed in June 2014 at The Music Mill by Richard Digby Smith. The Lark in the Clear Air played by Ron Marks was recorded by Luke Jones in 2008.

Produced by Stephen Holley.


This recording is dedicated to the memory of our musician Ron Marks, sadly missed by all.