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Electric muse : the story of folk into rock

Author: Karl DallasArchie FisherBeverley MartynDavey GrahamDave Swarbrick; et al; All authors
Publisher: Island
Edition/Format:   Music

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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Dallas; Archie Fisher; Beverley Martyn; Davey Graham; Dave Swarbrick; Carole Pegg; Lal Waterson; et al
OCLC Number: 458760981
Notes: Plademærke: Island. Forlagsnummer: FOLK 1001
Description: 4 plader i æske : stereo ; 30 cm + 1 kommentarhæfte
Contents: Indhold: Young Tradition: Lyke-wake dirge --
Traffic: John Barleycorn --
Pegg, Bob: Rise up Jock / Bob and Carole Pegg --
Mr. Fox: The gay goshawk --
Lindisfarne: Turn a deaf ear --
Jack the Lad: The third millenium --
Thompson, Richard: Nobody's wedding --
Albion Country Band: Albion sunrise ; The new St. George ; La rotta --
Morris, Albion: Upton stick dance --
Ashley, Steve: The spirit of Christmas --
Waterson, Mike: The magical man / Mike and Lal Waterson --
Steeleye Span: Robbery with violin ; The weaver and the factory maid --
Campbell, Ian: Tail toddle extract ; Rocky road to Dublin ; Drops of brandy / Ian Campbell Folk Group --
Fairport Convention: Sir B. McKenzie extract ; Lark in the morning ; Rakish paddy ; Foxhunters jig ; Toss the feathers ; Chelsea morning ; Nottamun town ; Tam lin ; Lord Marlborough ; Poor Will and the jolly hangman ; Furs and feathers ; Stranger to himself --
Leadbelly: The gallows pole --
Elliot, Jack: Pretty boy Floyd --
Barry, Margaret: She moves through the fair --
Lomax, Alan: Hard case / Alan Lomax and The Ramblers --
The Coppers: The banks of sweet primroses --
Fisher, Ray: The twa corbies / Ray & Archie Fisher --
Lloyd, A. L.: The shoals of herring extract --
The Dubliners: The Mason's apron --
The Chieftains: Carolan's concerto --
Gryphon: Kemp's jig --
Morris on Band: Greensleeves --
Hedgehog Pie: Drops of brandy --
Martyn, John: Eibhlí gheal chiún ni chearbhaill ; John the Baptist / John and Beverley Martyn --
Graham, Davey: Angi ; She moves through the fair ; Better git it in your soul --
Jansch, Bert: Veronica ; Blackwaterside --
Renbourn, John: Waltz ; Bransle gay --
McTell, Ralph: Willoughby's farm --
Brierley, Marc: Dragonfly --
Frank, Jackson C.: Blues run the game --
Harper, Roy: Forever --
The Pentangle: Waltz ; Let no man steal your thyme --
Carthy, Martin: Scarborough fair ; Our captain cried all hands / Martin Carthy/Dave Swarbrick --
Stewart, Al: Soho, needless to say --
New Humblebums: Please sing a song for us --
Collins, Shirley: Pretty Saro / Shirley Collins/Davey Graham ; The wedding song
Other Titles: The story of folk into rock
The 3. millenium
Responsibility: compiled by Karl Dallas ... et al. ; edited by Karl Dallas


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