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.
I Am A Cider Drinker was originally released as a single in 1976, and re-released in 2007 to raise money for the BUI Prostate Cancer Care Appeal. It is a parody of the song Paloma Blanca which was originally recorded by the George Baker Selection in 1975. It highlights the delights of drinking cider. This video is the official video of the 2007 release that includes BBC DJ Tony Blackburn.
You can buy I Am A Cider Drinker on iTunes.
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