Henry Mayhew Coster Man This is a depiction of the real interview that Henry Mayhew did with a Costermonger in the Eigh***th century. It clearly shows how the normal man thought about things in they day's.
Northport Main Street by Slightly Mad Communications Slightly Mad Communications is a new Advertising Agency in Northport Village located at 81 Scudder Avenue. This video takes you down main street and gives you a look at local businesses in Northport, NY. Watch our beautiful and thriving town! This video is also featured on the business networking site www.LongIslandbiz2 and consumer portal . Produced by award winning producer, Sandi Bachom.
Woolwich market traders' cries Fruit and veg sellers cry their wares at Woolwich market on a Thursday lunchtime. Lots more London sounds on London Sound Survey at
All Around My Hat - Marcie Forrest with Shay Tochner and Friends The song "All Around my Hat" is of nine***th century English origin. In an early version, dating from the 1820s, a ***ney costermonger vowed to be true to his fiancee, who had been sentenced to seven years' transportation to Australia for theft and to mourn his loss by wearing green willow sprigs in his hatband for "a twelve-month and a day," in a traditional symbol of mourning. Marcie Schreier Forrest - Vocals Maya Johanna Menachem - Vocals Shay Tochner - Guitar Noa, Zur - Guitar Betty Maoz - Acoustic Bass Moran Magal - Piano Videoed live by Tamir Brenne at Levontin 7 club, Dec 8th 2010 Sound Engineering - Rosaln Gross and Roi Tochner
Ain't No Mountian High Enough Power inn
Hotel Regyn's Montmartre- Paris, France - The hotel Regyn's Montmartre is located at Place des Abbesses, facing the Saint-Jean l´Evangéliste church, the ideal location to discover Montmartre and Paris. The 22 soft colored rooms have a warm cosy feeling, bathed with peace and light. They offer a unique comforts such as a writing corner with a lovely view - over the little square and its church, the Sacré-Coeur, or the whole Paris. Happy decor, relaxed atmosphere and breakfast served anytime in a dining room with white bistrot furniture and walls painted in pink and blue clouds trompe-loeil. A picturesque village where legendary sites - Sacré-Coeur, Moulin Rouge, Bateau-Lavoir - deliciously adjoin a colorful market, typical bistrots, costermonger, ivy façades and hidden squares. Butte Montmartre is definitely a must. A very charming address for a perfect stay in Paris. Parking : 300 m.
Romford market traders' cries Cries from different costermongers, mostly selling fruit and veg, on a Saturday in Romford. Lots more London sounds on London Sound Survey at
Lewisham market traders Different cries from traders at Lewisham market edited together. From the London Sound Survey categories section at
Costermonger Stutterfly dubbed lounge && screwed rap
All Around My Hat A quickie this time round. Standing in my freezing cold utility room in the middle of the night so as not to wake anybody up. We all know the fast, punchy version of this song, but I wanted to share this version with you all. It is much more mournful and seldom heard. I love this song and hope to re-record it at a later date. Sorry for messing up some of it, I'm pretty tired. Heh. The story of this version is that of an 18th century ***ney costermonger whose betrothed is convicted of a crime and sentenced to be transported for seven years to the continent of Australia. He promises to be true to his love and vows to wear green willow sprigs in his hat for over a year to signify his loss. The song is prevalent in Canada and England, with many different versions, and it also appears in Scotland. A version to be found in Ireland, though I've not found it, appears to refer to the Troubles and earlier conflicts (a-la Wolfetones). Hope the history lesson is a'right with you all. Cheers.
12-string Guitar: All Around My Hat The song "All Around my Hat" is of nine***th century English origin. In an early version, dating from the 1820s, a ***ney costermonger vowed to be true to his fiancée, who had been sentenced to seven years transportation to Australia for theft and to mourn his loss by wearing green willow sprigs in his hatband for "a twelve-month and a day," in a traditional symbol of mourning. Steeleye Span and Status Quo both performed their own versions of this song with slightly different lyrics.