Alphabetical list of all known Adge Cutler & The Wurzels  and The Wurzels songs and where they can be found. (UK releases only) This section covers songs beginning with D to F. 



Wurzel Songs - Part 2 (D - F)

Dead From The Waist Down (Make Hay Not Hay)
(Matthews, Roberts, Jones, Richards, Powell)  
Released on the 2002 CD album 'Never Mind The Bullocks' it also can be found as a promotional CD single for a pulled release in 2003.

Don Juan Of The West
(Tommy Banner, Tony Baylis, Pete Budd, Ed Welch)
Released as the B-side of the 1980 single 'You Don't Get Drunk On A Saturday Night'.

Don't Look Back In Anger
(Gallagher)
Released as a CD three-track single in 2002, whilst appearing on the CD album 'Never Mind The Bullocks' at the same time. It was re-recorded for the 2007 CD 'Top Of The Crops'.

Dorset Is Beautiful
(adapt. Trevor Crozier)
Sung to the folk tune 'The Nightingale', with lyrics by Tevor Crozier this recording was released on the 1968 LP 'Cutler Of The West'.

Down In Nempnett Thrubwell
(Adge Cutler, Henry Davies)
Co-written by Adge and Henry, it was left to The Wurzels to record and release this track on the 1976 'Combine Harvester' LP. It was re-recorded for the 2004 CD 'A Taste Of The West'.

Down On The Farm
(Ian Whitcomb)
Written by singer/songwriter Ian Whitcomb, who also recorded it himself this was released on the 1969 LP 'Carry On Cutler'.

Drink Up Thy Zider
(Adge Cutler)
Originally released on the group's first record - as the A side of their 1966 single and at the same time on an EP. This single was reissued in 1974. This track was re-recorded several times over the years and appears on even more releases. The unique releases are:
'Carry On Cutler' LP 1969
'The Wurzels Are Scrumptious' LP 1975
'Mendip Magic'
'Come On Santa' CD single 2001
'Top Of The Crops' CD 2004
'One For The Bristol City' (B side) CD single 2007

In addition there is a 'Disco Version', which was much sought after by collectors before its inclusion on the 'The Wurzels Greatest Hits'.

Drinking Man's Life, A
(Tony Baylis)
Released on the 1975 'The Wurzels Are Scrumptious!'.

Drunk Again
(John Macey, Reg Quantrill)
Released on the 1967 LP 'Adge Cutler's Family Album'.

Faggots Is The Stuff
(Adge Cutler)
Released as the B-side of the single 'Don't Tell I, Tell 'Ee' in 1968, an slightly edited version appeared on the 1972 album  'Don't Tell I, Tell 'Ee'.

Fairytale Of New York
 (Jem Finer & Shane
  MacGowen) 
Released on the 2011 CD 'The Wurzels Christmas Album.

Farmer Jonesie's Travellin' Disco Show
(Moody)
Released on the 1977 album 'Give Me England'.

Feed The Wurzels: Bristolian Band Aid
(Geldorf, Ure)
Collaboration charity single release in 2004

Ferry To Glastonbury
(Adge Cutler, Colin Thomas)
Originally released on the 'Carry On Cutler!' album  and  as an accompanying single in 1969. A studio version was recorded by The Wurzels for their 'I'll Never  Get A Scrumpy Here' album in 1978. It was  re-recorded for the 2004 CD 'A Taste of the West', 

It was re-recorded in 2007 with radio DJ Tony Blackburn on vocals, as the B side to 'I Am A Cider Drinker'.

Five Foot Flirt
(Cyril Tawney)
Released on the 1968 album 'Cutler Of The West'.

Folk Song
(Ted Dicks, Myles Rudge)
Released on the 1969 album 'Carry On Cutler!'.

Forget-Me-Not
(Lee Sheridan)

Released on the 1983 album 'Freshly Cut'

Forty And Bone Dry
(Geoff Betsworth)
Released on the 1995 'Eddie Stobart' EP.

Freak-Out In Somerset
(New words & music adapt. Bob Barratt)
Released on the 1967 album 'Adge Cutler's Family Album'.