Work In Progress
Tim Hunter is now working on a new musical project, which is inspired by the connections between North Yorkshire and Lewis Carroll. The First Bandcamp release from the project has been
Charles Dodgson (1832-1898), better known by his pen name Lewis Carroll, was an English writer, mathematician and Anglican Deacon. His family home for 25 years was in Croft –upon-Tees, Richmondshire in North Yorkshire. His father was Rector of Croft and Archdeacon of Richmond, and a canon of Ripon Cathedral.
Dodgson made many documented visits to Whitby (recorded in his diaries), including a two month revision school in 1854 set up to prepare Dodgson and others for their finals at Oxford. Dodgson also had his first literary works published in the Whitby Gazette. In 1871, Dodgson attended the marriage of his brother, Wilfred , to Alice Donkin in Sleights.
Yorkshire: a county full to the brim with independent minds, and musical souls. Take a revolutionary trip through political, religious and industrial uprisings with these twelve songs, spanning two thousand years of Yorkshire history.
From the Brigantean era through to the Industrial Revolution.
This is a list of effects used, resourced from Freesound on Tim Hunter's 'Yorkshire Through The Ages' album:
This album features a series of songs which are inspired by the life of John Metcalf (1717–1810), also known as Blind Jack of Knaresborough, who was born in 1717 in Knaresborough, in a thatched cottage near the Parish church. ‘On The Road with Blind Jack’ is a personal view of Blind Jack’s life told in song, and was released in 2017 to coincide with the Tricentenery of Jack’s birth on 15th August 2017.