Along The Downs

Caught Riding A Bicycle.....
The Alchemist Of Electric Morris
Fairport Convention
Steeleye Span
No Roses
Battle of the Field
The Compleat Dancing Master
The Etchingham Steam Band
Morris On
The Prospect Before Us
Live At The BBC: 1977/1982
Rattlebone and Ploughjack
Kickin' Up The Sawdust
Rise Up Like The Sun
Lark Rise To Candleford
Light Shining
Shuffle Off !
Under The Rose
A Christmas Present From The Albion Band
Stella Maris
The Wild Side Of Town
Live At The Cambridge Folk Festival
I Got New Shoes
An Hour with Cecil Sharp & Ashley Hutchings
Give Me a Saddle, I'll Trade You a Car
Sway With Me
Before Us Stands Yesterday
Christmas Album
Along The Downs
Street Cries
The BBC Sessions
An Evening With The Albion Band
Human Nature
As I Cycled Out On A May Morning
Visions of The Daughters of Albion
The Albion Band: The Final Round Up
Some Colours Fly
The Knitting Song and About Dawn
Rainbow Chasers Alive and Well
A Brilliant Light
The Albion Christmas Band
Albion Links

The Countryside Collection Album


Along the Downs
The Countryside Collection Album

Ashley Hutchings

Mooncrest Records CRESTCD 055 (CD, UK, July 2000)

This is a compilation of material recorded between 1977 and 1998 by the Albion Band and a few other Ashley Hutchings ventures and originally published between 1990 and 1999

Tracks 9, 15 are from The Albion Band: Songs from the Shows Volume 1 (1990);
Tracks 4, 7, 8, 10, 17 are from The Albion Band: Songs from the Shows Volume 2 (1991);
Tracks 2, 5, 11, 14, 19, 22 are from Judy Dunlop & Ashley Hutchings: Sway With Me (1991);
Track 21 is from The Albion Band: Acousticity (1993);
Tracks 13, 18 are from The Albion Band: Captured (1994);
Track 16 is from The Albion Band: Happy Accident (1998);
Tracks 1, 3, 6, 12, 20 are from Phil Beer, Ashley Hutchings & Chris While: Ridgeriders (1999)

A View of The South Downs


The North Downs with sheep

related internet links

our own outting as
regards this incredible duo

Explore the ragstone ridge from
the Surrey Border to the edge of
Romney Marsh and enjoy the fine
views across the Weald of Kent

Trace the coastline as it was
in Saxon times when Thanet was
an island and the sea
covered Romney Marsh

Sign Posts and Routes

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