|A1||I Was Waggling My Magic Wand|
|A2||Wigan Boat Express|
|A3||You've Got Something There|
|A4||If You Want To Get Your Photo In The Paper|
|A5||With Me Little Ukulele In My Hand|
|A6||Sitting On The Top Of Blackpool Tower|
|B1||Grandad's Flannelette Nightshirt|
|B2||I Showed Me Testimonial|
|B3||Auntie Maggie's Remedy|
|B4||Out In The Middle East|
|B5||Me Little Stick Of Blackpool Rock|
|B6||When I'm Cleaning Windows|
Diz Disley: Eee! What A Whopper Surprise ILP 1015, 1965 (songs of George Formby) album details. Diz Disley and the Soho String Quintette: Zing Went the Strings Waterfront WF031, 1986 with Johnny Van Derrick, violin; Nils Soberg, Geoff Green, guitars; David Etheridge, double bass album details. Diz Disley Trio on Various Artists: The Gypsy Jazz Guitar Festival '98 Fret Records FJCD114 1998 with Jez Cook, guitar; Andy Crowdy, double bass (2 tracks only) album cover.
Derek Schofield writes: Diz Disley's period in skiffle groups, playing alongside Ken Colyer, Lonnie Donegan, Bob Cort and Nancy Whiskey, exposed him to the emerging folk revival. Through the 1960s and into the 70s, he became a popular, not to say eccentric, performer on the British folk scene. The journalist Karl Dallas described his performances as "a shrewd mixture of musical brilliance and vocal insanity". Disley invariably turned up to gigs in his unreliable, yellow Rolls-Royce hearse, sometimes forgetting to take his guitar. In 1967, Disley was a guest alongside Martin Carthy on Dave Swarbrick's first instrumental album, Rags, Reels and Airs, produced by Joe Boyd. In 1973 he played on Sandy Denny's album Like an Old Fashioned Waltz. Along the way, Disley became an occasional radio presenter and introduced the Beatles at their first London concert.
Disley is a village and civil parish in Cheshire, England, on the edge of the Peak District in the Goyt Valley south of Stockport, close to the county boundary with Derbyshire at New Mills. The population at the 2011 Census was 4,294. To the north, the River Goyt and the Peak Forest Canal, which opened in 1800, pass along the edge of the village. Today it is a dormitory village retaining a semi-rural character.
Blues In The Backyard. Andy Crowdy, Diz Disley, Johnny Silvo & Diz Disley. Tracks count: 30. Views: 7. Johnny Silvo & Diz Disley - San Fransico Bay Blues 02:21. Johnny Silvo & Diz Disley - Slivo's Blues 04:02. Johnny Silvo & Diz Disley - Down And Out Blues 02:10.
Guitarist Diz Disley leads the Hot Club Trio and has been prominent in British jazz circles since the end of the nineteen - forties. Disley played banjo with the famed YorkshireJazzBand in 1949 and 1950 at a time when the band had Dickie Hawdon on trumpet. Disley formed his String Quintet in 1958 with a library based largely on that of the Quintet of the Hot Club of France ; Diz ' s companion on many of the sessions was guitarist DennyWright and the two have remained firm friends
Get the Diz Disley Setlist of the concert at Stansfield, Suffolk, England on August 30, 1998 and other Diz Disley Setlists for free on setlist. Diz Disley Suffolk'n'Good Festival 1998 - Aug 30, 1998 Aug 30 1998. Last updated: 22 Jun 2019, 07:12 Etc/UTC. Get notified of changes. You can track the changes of this setlist by selecting the option below.