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The Camera and the Song

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The Camera of Nigel Walters and the Songs of Max Boyce My Green Valley
' In our little valley they've closed our colliery down
And the pithead baths is a supermarket now,
Empty journeys red with rust roll to rest amidst the dust,
And the pithead baths is a supermarket now.'
One wet day Harry Morgan buried his granny once again, another victim of rugby fever, as the whole valley emptied to see Neath and Aberavon combine to take on the mighty All Blacks. MAX BOYCE , ex-miner, rugby fanatic, sings of his South Wales valley.
Musical arranger BILL SOUTHGATE
Musicians THE WILLIAM SOUTHGATE QUINTET Assistant producer CLEM VALLANCE Producer JOHN BIRD 1

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Walters
Unknown: Max Boyce
Unknown: Harry Morgan
Unknown: Max Boyce
Unknown: Bill Southgate
Unknown: William Southgate
Producer: Clem Vallance
Producer: John Bird 1

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The Camera and the Song

BBC Two England, 16 August 1974 21.00






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