From Tolkien Gateway
|Website||The Hobbitons (via Internet Archive)|
|Current members||Dutch Tolkien Society|
The Hobbitons was the name given to members of Unquendor, the Dutch Tolkien Society who released the CD J.R.R. Tolkien's Songs from Middle-earth in 1996. The CD contains 16 tracks of songs and poems from The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Adventures of Tom Bombadil, and Bilbo's Last Song. J.R.R. Tolkien's Songs from Middle-earth was produced with permission of the Tolkien Estate on the condition that it would not be sold commercially.
Track listing of J.R.R. Tolkien's Songs from Middle-earth
- "A Walking Song (Upon the Hearth)"
- "Bilbo's Song (Beside the Fire)"
- "The Man in the Moon Stayed Up Too Late"
- "The Man in the Moon Came Down Too Soon"
- "Stone Troll"
- "Gil Galad"
- "Old Walking Song (The Road Goes Ever On)"
- "Goblin Town"
- "The Mewlips"
- "Roast 'em Alive!"
- "The Valley"
- "Perry The Winkle"
- "The Bathsong"
- "Bilbo's Last Song"
- "A Drinking Song (Ho! Ho! Ho!)"
- Music: Stephen Oliver ("Gil Galad", "Old Walking Song" and "Bilbo's Last Song"), Ron Ploeg and Willem van Wordagen
- Mixing: Gilles Tuinman
- Editing: Tony Janssen
- Production: Ron Ploeg, Gilles Tuinman and Willem van Wordragen
- Official Website (via Internet Archive)
- The Hobbitons on Last.fm
- Songs from Middle-earth at KindaMuzik (Dutch)
- ↑ "Our CD", The Hobbitons (via Internet Archive) (accessed 27 May 2014)