- The 'Wombling songs' album was
the first of the Womble's albums.
- Stereo Record.
- Produced by Mike Batt for
- Recorded at CBS Studios,
engineer Bernie O'Gorman: and at Wessex Studios,
engineer Mike Thompson. August 1973.
- Sleeve design: Mary Winon
- Refreshments: Madame Cholet
- Organisation: Great Uncle
- Technical help: Tobermory
- Singing: the younger Wombles,
assisted my Mike Batt
- The Wombles appear by courtesy
of FilmFair, who produced the television series
in the first place, and Elizabeth Beresford who
created and wrote the books even before that!
Ivor Wood (and did) design and animate the
puppets and films, assisted by Barry (last but
not) Leith, who also did the illustrations.
- The Wombles would like to
thank the following friends for their help: Terry
Flounders and John Hanson (the dynamic duo);
Great Uncle Graham Clutterbuck (wise advice);
Wendy Lucas (backing vocals); Max Robertson
- All songs published by
Batt-Songs Ltd, 52 Maddox Street, London W.1.
- On the front cover of the
album (shown on main
Wood's Womble puppets outside their burow playing
homemade instruments. From right to left, Madame
Cholet is watching. Great Uncle Bulgaria is
conducting the others. Bungo is playing his
guitar (well, modified tennis racket). Tobermory
is banging his pot. Tomsk is playing a horn.
Orinoco is winding the toy piano. Wellington has
made a set of tubular bells out of cans and is