Time for some comedy.
The Wurzels are a Scrumpy & Western band from Somerset, England. They were formed in 1966 as Adge Cutler & The Wurzels but changed their name to The Wurzels after Adge Cutler's untimely death in a car accident in 1974. They were most successful during the mid-1970s to mid 1980s, during this time their line-up was: Tommy Banner on accordian; Pete Budd on vocals, banjo and guitar; and Tony Baylis on bass. They are best known for parodying popular songs with a Somerset theme.
Combine Harvester is The Wurzels’ biggest hit and was their 1st number 1 single in 1976. It was also the title track of the album The Combine Harvester. It is based on the hit single Brand New Key by Melanie. It is a courting song where a Combine Harvester is offered for a woman’s hand in marriage because the singer wants her land.
You can buy Combine Harvester on iTunes.