Penny On The Water
Lucy writes ‘These are songs I love to sing from ‘Penny on the water’, the first song I sung to an audience, aged about four, at a Poetry and Folk Club in the 70s, to ‘On a hill near Coln St Aldwyns’, which was written just a few weeks before going into the studio. Lucy is joined by her Dad, Barry Hart, on vocals and guitars and Julian Wiggins on winds. Lucy’s daughter makes her debut on the title track.
Penny on the water (Traditional)
My love is Like a Red Red Rose (Traditional)
People Who Made Me Me (Hart)
Bring Me a Boat (Rusby)
Trouble in These fields (Harmer)
Beauty is a Restless Child (Hart)
Candlemass Eve (Rusby)
Across the Great Divide (Wolf)
On a Hill Near Coln St. Aldwyns (Hart)
Simple Gifts (Traditional)
Bright, Shining and New (Hart).