Iteration Six of the nebulous Book Zero is now on the Songbooks page.
What’s new? Bill Maynard died. Oh, and there are now bookmarks embedded in the document (though not from the contents page cos I can’t work out how to do that), and Say A Little Prayer is included.
So I’m on my phone and on a train and half asleep. So this may fail completely.
However… The Oake Gig Book is HERE!
Tony has been working absurdly hard and put all our songs individually into one huge zip file.
You can get it here, my Darlings, in Zipped format.
Or you can find it here in its unzipped glory.
You wait for ages and then two come along at once.
Here be’st, for your delectation, BOOK 13! The Songs From Women Songbook.
Plus! A new and improved index! “How improved?” you cry… Well… Now, you see, it contains Book 13 as well. And it is available for a limited time only* in commemorative Ladies Pink.
Click here to get them. Click here to not get them.
*The heat death will occur in 10103 years, if protons decay.
*** Updated for the new improved Big Spender ***
March 5th 7:16am
It’s magnificent. It’s not to be sniffed at. Or sniffed generally.
Click to own your very own copy.
Yes, fellow TUSCers, we’ve plenty lined up this year. The list so far:
. Fri 9 Mar, 20:00 – Stocklinch
. Fri 23 Mar, 7pm: Oake Village Hall w Somerset Hills Chorus
. Sat 9 Jun, 13:00 – Sampford Brett Summer Fete
. Sat 23 Jun, pm – Churchinford School Fete
. Sat 7 Jul, pm – Dunkirk House WW1 Centenary
. Sat 21 Jul, pm – TrullFest
. Sat Aug 4, pm – Spaxton Village Show
More details on our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/160673897276737/
The Brewhouse Book is here! As well.
Tomorrow’s gig books are here!
KCL’s book | TUSC’s book
We’ve two events coming up:
On Saturday 18th November, 2-5pm at The Club, we’re hosting another jam with those young whippersnappers from Kings College London. It’s always a fun, energetic (ie exhausting) afternoon. Bring some snacks and stuff to share.
Friday 8th December, time to be confirmed, we’re back at Bridgwater Methodist Church to sing at their Xmas Tree Festival. We’ll be joined again by the delightful ladies of the Somerset Hills Chorus.
Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn and cauldron bubble.
Fillet of a fenny snake,
In the cauldron boil and bake;
Eye of newt and toe of frog,
Wool of bat and tongue of dog,
Adder’s fork and blind-worm’s sting,
Lizard’s leg and howlet’s wing,
For a charm of powerful trouble,
Like a hell-broth boil and bubble.