Young Collins​/​Getting Up Stairs / Rob Harbron

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"Young Collins is a Cotswold Morris tune, but I learnt it from Alistair Anderson up in Northumberland. I grew up in Cumbria and I used to go across to the Folkworks things when they'd just got going. Alistair taught me loads, this wasn't the first tune he taught me, but it was one of them, the first one I really remember, because it's such a lovely simple tune that you can just do anything with. The second tune is Getting Up Stairs, another Morris tune. When I'd just started playing this instrument, a bloke who lived in my village gave me a cassette of two different records of concertina playing and I learnt loads of tunes off them. The first one was Noel Hill, a player of the Anglo or Irish concertina, a different instrument, and the second one was a Morris On record with John Kirkpatrick playing that Getting Up Stairs tune, also on the Anglo, so I learnt these tunes not realising they were being played on basically a different instrument. So that's why I've probably always played more chords than most people do on the English concertina."

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from From Here: English Folk Field Recordings, released March 17, 2017

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