January 1, 1939 |
Outer Green Records
|Associated acts||Liz Dyer|
Dave Goulder (born January 1, 1939) is a singer, guitarist, dry stonewall builder, mountain climber, railway fireman, humorist, and composer. He is best known for his song "January Man" and for his collections of railway songs which have received acclaim by critics and enthusiasts alike.
Family and personal life
Dave Goulder left the railway in 1961 and began mountaneering while recording his first folk records in the late 1960s progressing in time to collections of railway songs.
|Release Date||Album Title||Record Label|
|1975||The Golden Days Of Steam||Argo|
|1974||Stone, Steam And Starlings||Argo|
|1973||The Man Who Put The Engine In The Chip Shop||Argo|
|1971||The Raven & The Crow||Argo|
|1971||Requiem for Steam||Argo Big Ben Record|
About the jaw harp:
- "It is particularly well suited to Scottish music; the drone effect being perfect for pipe marches in any time signature, in fact just about all bagpipe tunes will richly reward the player."
- Wicked Local, "Dry stone wall building workshop slated in Franklin". Archived from the original on 2012-11-08.
- The Northern Times, "New head of steam for railway songs".[permanent dead link]
- Celtic Music Net.
- Goulder, Dave. How To Build and Repair Dry Stone Walls, A 60-minute video/DVD explaining the basic principles of dry stone walling. Filmed in Scotland and the Cotswolds, Dry Stone Walling Association, DSWA.