Brian Cant & Freddie Phillips ‎– Welcome To Camberwick Green

Music For Pleasure ‎– MFP 1109
Vinyl, LP, Mono


A1 Opening Music
A2 Music Box 1
A3 Peter The Postman
A4 Post Office Reel
A5 Peter The Postman
A6 Mrs Honeyman
A7 Mr Carraway
A8 Dr Mopp
A9 Mickey Murphy
A10 Driving Along
A11 Jonathan Bell
A12 Peter The Postman
A13 Pippin Fort
A14 Captain Snort
A15 Driving Along
A16 Helicopter
A17 Mr Dagenham
A18 Camberwick Green
A19 Music Box 2
B1 Opening Music
B2 Music Box 1
B3 Windy Miller
B4 Thomas Tripp
B5 Dr Mopp
B6 Driving Along
B7 PC McGarry
B8 Crockett's Polka
B9 Crockett's Polka
B10 Roger Varley
B11 Roger Varley
B12 Chatter, Chatter
B13 Mickey Murphy
B14 Driving Along
B15 Fishing
B16 Camberwick Green
B17 Music Box 2



From the B.B.C. Television "Watch With Mother" Series.
'A Welcome To Gordon Murray's Camberwick Green' written on back sleeve.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MOFK 104, 6E 048 38062 Unknown Artist Velkommen Til Grønærteby(LP) Odeon, Odeon MOFK 104, 6E 048 38062 Denmark 1971 Sell This Version



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October 9, 2010
edited over 5 years ago
Nice novelty record I first invested in when I was interested in DMC battles etc and creating extra special mixtapes with novel soundbites and loops. Of particluar interest was the very opening of side one..... "Here is a box, a musical box wound up and ready to play..... but this box holds a secret inside.....can you guess what is in it today?" I used this in my DMC trial at Brighton in 2001 to open my set. Great far as the rest of the set went, it wasn't enough to compete with some extremely talented competition but I was happy with it. There are also some great pieces of instrument that could be looped up as well. Great for nostalgia and bringing something different to the table. I have since heard the same sound-bite used on DJ Food and DK- Now Listen Again mixtape used to nice effect.