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Numbers (Travelling Band)
Folk Rock
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1784 mb
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1398 mb
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1820 mb
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Alan Hull was a brilliantly talented songwriter best known for his work with Lindisfarne but also as a solo artist. The song Numbers (Travelling Band) was included on his solo album Pipedream and also released as a single. The song is Alan's wry take on life on the road and the music business. Alan died in 1995 but he and his many great songs will be remembered by fans and music lovers.

Lyrics to 'Numbers (Travelling Band)' by Alan Hull. Playing dominos on the big coach, sometimes winning or losing, Playing darts in the bar room, in between the boozing. Back on the big coach in the morning, head full of pain Sleepy eyes still yawning, yes we're back on the road again Sometimes make me wonder what we'll be like at the end It's seven for the travelling band, eight for doing it all again Nine for the travelling band, ten for doing it all again. Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch.

Numbers (Travelling Band). EMI Music Distribution. Written-By – Alan Hull. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat. Numbers (Travelling Band) ‎(7").

The Travelling Band are an English folk-rock band, formed in 2006 and based in Manchester. The band members are Jo Dudderidge (lead vocals, acoustic guitar, hammond organ/piano, electric guitar), Adam P. Gorman (lead vocal, electric guitar, synth) and Nick Vaal (drums, percussion), Harry Fausing Smith (violin, sax, guitars, vocals) and Sam Quinn (bass guitar).

James Alan Hull (20 February 1945 – 17 November 1995) was an English singer-songwriter and founding member of the Tyneside folk rock band Lindisfarne. Hull was born at 68 Sutton's Dwellings, Benwell, Newcastle Upon Tyne. He became a member of the band The Chosen Few alongside keyboard player Mick Gallagher in 1962. He supported himself by working as a window cleaner, one year by working as a nurse at a mental hospital and as a driver for Newcastle Co-op TV Departnment while appearing as a folk singer and guitarist in local clubs before helping to form Brethren and Downtown Faction, which evolved into Lindisfarne in 1970.


A Numbers (Travelling Band)
B Numbers (Travelling Band)


  • Written-By – Alan Hull

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CB 208 Alan Hull Numbers (Travelling Band) ‎(7") Charisma CB 208 UK 1973
CB.208 Alan Hull Numbers (Travelling Band) ‎(7", Promo, Sol) Charisma CB.208 UK 1973
6073 337 Alan Hull Numbers (Travelling Band) ‎(7") Charisma 6073 337 Australia 1973