Pied Pumkin

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Pied Pumkin rare vinyl LP

Pied Pumkin very rare and out-of-print vinyl LP still sealed in original shrink wrap

Half recorded at Pinewood Studio and half live at the Vancouver Playhouse. Three tunes from the evening were having their world premier. The performance of 'Flying' by Shari Ulrich, accompanied by piano and dulcimer, is felt by many to be the best rendering of the composition to date. A truely memorable evening.



Lotus Eaters Blues / Sundial / There Twas Her Tam / Bless the Kind Heart


A Fear of Flying / Swing's Da Ting / The juggler & The Fawn / Yo De Do Do

Recorded live at Simon Fraser University on Burnaby Mountain by Kelly-Deyong mobile
Recording engineer:  Simon Garber

Joe Mock - guitar, vocals
Shari Ulrich - violin, mandolin, flute, vocals
Rick Scott - dulcimer, vocals

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Pied Pear Vinyl LP Sealed

Pied Pear very rare and out-of-print vinyl LP still sealed in original shrink wrap

The first Pied Pear project with Shari as a guest. Includes Rick playing a crosscut saw!

A musical dream come true of what the tunes would sound like on stage if you had one of these and three of those all in different colors. Tunes normally played on dulcimer and guitar or piano are dress in arrangements with full band orchestration that go from folk to rock, from R&B to Classic. Shari Ulrich makes a guest appearance. And don't miss the ''Ă–lympic Dream Game" which to this day still holds satirical torch to Sports, Nationalism and Politics TUNES: Olympic Dream Game / Mt. McKinley / Salt My Song / St Christopher / Dancing When H e Did / Doin' the One Time / Tree / Abraham, Martin an' Fabalotus / Tapioca Pudding

Pied Pumkin String Ensemble


Pied Pumkin very rare and out-of-print vinyl LP MINT condition (never Played)


Recorded live at Simon Frasier University in the pub with inebriate ambiance that grows too familiar after the 100th listening. Regardless, this is the 'sine qua non' of their recording debut. No chicken.....no Egg. It is hot and touted by many fans to be the most definitive of a Pumkin Evening. TUNES: Orville goes to the country / Kootenay Bark / I Believe / Medley / Long and Lonely / Ming 14 / You Can Change the World / People I Love You