|1||The Properties Of Chalk And Sun
Cello – Allan Bradbury
|3||A Bad Day||2:59|
|4||A New Day
Guitar – Martin StephensonSaxophone – Paul Davey
|5||I Feel It
Guitar – Martin Stephenson
|6||January In Paris||2:35|
|7||Poetry And Rhyme
Cello – Allan BradburyGuitar – Martin StephensonSaxophone – Paul Davey
|8||Rock 'n' Romance||0:37|
Bass – Gina Birch
|10||Dreaming Of Narrcissus
Guitar – Dubulah*
Cello – Allan BradburyFiddle – Elle Osborne
Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Helen McCookerybook
Helen McCookerybook's Christmas Assortment by Helen McCookerybook, released 25 December 2007 1. Can You See Me 2. Christmas Queen 3. Rockabilly Christmastime 4. The Devil's Christmas Stocking Recorded in Wood Green, the choir's part was done in an hour and a half and they got paid in lollipops. Got it. + add. album.
10. Dreaming Of Narcissus. blue highlight denotes track pick.
Helen McCookeryBook (Dr Helen Reddington) was the bassist and lead singer with Brighton-based punk band The Chefs during the late 1970s and early 1980s. She later formed Helen And The Horns before continuing her career as a solo artist, writer and lecturer. She released the albums 'Suburban Pastoral' in 2006 and 'Poetry and Rhyme' in 2008, and 'Hamilton Square' (with Martin Stephenson) in 2010.
Helen McCookerybook (born Helen McCallum, now Dr Helen Reddington) is an English musician, best known for serving as the bass guitar player and lead singer with Brighton-based punk rock band The Chefs during the late 1970s and early 1980s. She later formed Helen and the Horns (with Dave Jago on trombone, Paul Davey on sax and Chris Smith on trumpet), before continuing her career as a solo artist, writer and lecturer. In 2010 she released Take One on the Barbaraville label
Helen McCookerybook, Press. A magnificent album (Poetry and Rhyme, 2008, Barbaraville). An album of fragile beauty, full of the kind of catchy, instantly hummable songs which effortlessly worm their way into your head and heart'. Ian Lowey - Nude Magazine. Charming and surprising in equal measures.
Helen McCookerybook presents a night of songwriters playing new material and old. Born and raised in Northumberland, Helen McCookerybook was the bass player/singer with Brighton indie band The Chefs and guitarist/singer with Helen and the Horns in the 1980s, both of whom were favourites of BBC Radio.
Album · 2007 · 4 Songs. Helen McCookerybook's Christmas Assortment Helen McCookerybook. Listen on Apple Music.
Explore releases from the Helen McCookerybook label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Helen McCookerybook releases. Suburban Pastoral (CD, Album). Big Song (2). HMcC01.
Helen McCookerybook may not be a name that you instantly recognise, but, she has been the driving force behind several important UK bands from The Chefs to Helen And The Horns. She is also a published and well-respected author of music related literature including The Lost Women Of Rock: Female Musicians Of The Punk Era, and, her musical teachings have inspired the musical community in the UK for over ten years