One Mans Wood
CFR CD14 (2016)

One Mans Wood
One Mans Wood [PR]
Wishful Wakening [RB]
Wade in the Water [J/F Work]
Highlander [PR]
Jelly Roll [J.Martyn]
Serenade to a Cuckoo [R.Kirke]
So much trouble [S.Terry/B.McGee]
Old Tin Can [PR]
Cant find my way home [S.Winwood]
Jack and Tars [PR]
Jelly Roll 2 [J.Martyn]
Witches Promise [I.Anderson]
Serenade to a Cuckoo [R.Kirke] *
Wade in the Water [J/F Work] *
May you never [J.Martyn] *

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Pat Rowbottombass guitar, vocals, percussion
Rob Barnesacoustic & electric guitar, vocals
Mark Parkinsonflute, piccolo
Vince Waltondrums & percussion
Joe Orbanpiano
Adam Hutchinspiano accordion
Simon Dowlingguitar
  • Live session @ Tameside Radio, Lancashire.
  • Special thanks to Neil Scales for providing a bit of acoustic guitar, piano and percussion on a couple of tracks.

Tracks 1/12 recorded, mixed and mastered at Starring Studios, Littleborough, Lancashire between June 2015 & March 2016. Engineered by Neil Scales.
Tracks 13/15 recorded by Tameside Radio. Mastered at Tiny Studios in Hyde, Cheshire in March 2016. Engineered by Ian Burke.
Final Mastering @ Starring Studios, Littleborough Engineered and edited by Neil Scales @
Produced by Pat Rowbottom. Artwork by Heather Burns @ CD design PR and Interlith, Glossop, Derbyshire


A new collection of simple acoustic blues and folk rock mixing original music with some traditional covers and some Jethro Tull tunes thrown in for good measure. Much of the music is deliberately sparse featuring flute, guitar and bass. There are twelve studio tracks and three live tracks have been added as a bonus. The album features the band nucleus of Pat, Rob, Mark and Vince with additional input from Joe and Adam. Not to be outdone, studio engineer Neil Scales contributes a bit of guitar, piano and percussion here and there and there is also a cameo guitar performance from Pat's cousin Simon who played with the band for several years and who now guests on one track.


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