on 7 May 2009
I bought the LP when it came out years ago from Windows of the Arcade, Newcastle and recently ( 2008) this cd from Amazon............... The "Along the Coaly Tyne" compilation cd has more tracks, but this cd is even better due mainly to the Armstrong compositions rendered as usual in true geordie/northumbrian by Johnny Handle, Tom Gilfellon, Lou Killen & co. Just listen to the pause in the song with the patter "Good morning Mr Armstrong............." in "The Schoolboard Man". Instumental work also terrific......hard to beat.....
on 7 February 2013
Was looking for a CD version, (any chance?), But mp 3 will do, since it's the original authentic recording, a bit of a rare thing these days when "fools" insist on "digitally remastering",re-recording or "adding their input".
This is a "time capsule" of historic authentic entertainment, which is still a gem decades later.