Ewan MacColl And Peggy Seeger - Traditional Songs And Ballads mp3 album
|Genre:||Country & Folk & World|
|Title:||Traditional Songs And Ballads|
|Date of release:||1964|
|MP3 album size:||1974 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1684 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP4 DTS MP1 DMF FLAC AAC WMA|
Enjoy!! :) Side one: As I Came In By Fisherrow The Spinning Wheel My Apron Now Tibbie Fowler The Beggar Laddie (Child 280) The Weary Pund O'Tow Side tw. .
Contains booklet with lyrics of the Songs. Track A5 is spelled as "The Begger Laddie" on the cover, but spelled as "The Beggar Laddie" on the label.
Margaret "Peggy" Seeger (born June 17, 1935) is an American folksinger. She is also well known in Britain, where she has lived for more than 30 years, and was married to the singer and songwriter Ewan MacColl until his death in 1989. Seeger's father was Charles Seeger (1886–1979), an important folklorist and musicologist; her mother was Seeger's second wife, Ruth Porter Crawford (1901–1953), a modernist composer who was the first woman to receive a Guggenheim Fellowship.
MacColl dedicated an entire album to the lifestyle of Gypsies in his 1964 album The Travelling People. Many of the songs spoke against the prejudice against Roma Gypsies, although some would also contain derogatory remarks about "tinkers", which is a word for Irish Travellers. MacColl himself wrote over 300 songs, some of which have been recorded by artists (in addition to those mentioned above) such as Planxty, the Dubliners, Dick Gaughan, Phil Ochs, the Clancy Brothers, Elvis Presley, Weddings Parties Anything and Johnny Cash. Traditional Songs and Ballads (1964). The Amorous Muse (1966). The Manchester Angel (1966). The World Of Ewan MacColl And Peggy Seeger (1970). The Long Harvest 6 (1971). The Long Harvest 7 (1972).
Album · 1964 · 13 Songs. English and Scottish Popular Ballads: Child Ballads, Vol. 1. 1955. Joy of Living: A Tribute to Ewan MacColl. Songs of Robert Burns.
Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger. Released in 1964, Traditional Songs and Ballads is just one of the many joint recordings made by Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger. Both grew up in musical families (Peggy is half-sister to famed folk musician Pete Seeger), and they became two of the most influential figures of the British folk song revival of the 1960s. Together, they traveled the world performing and promoting folk music, emphasizing and maintaining its connection to grassroots activism. Traditional Songs and Ballads features music from the British Isles, including two ballads originally collected.
Autumn Reflection Regret. Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger. Traditional Songs & Ballads of Scotland.
Traditional Songs And Ballads Album has 13 songs sung by Ewan Maccoll, Peggy Seeger. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Traditional Songs And Ballads songs on Gaana.
Untitled Album Ewan MacColl, Isla Cameron, The Topic Singers. Topic Records TRL1 (LP, UK, 1954). This is a compilation of tracks mostly from 78rpm Topic records. The container is plain manila cardboard. Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger: Matching Songs of the British Isles and America. Matching Songs of the British Isles and America Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger. Riverside Records RLP 12-637 (LP, US, 1957). Popular Scottish Songs Ewan MacColl with Peggy Seeger. Folkways FW 8757 (LP, USA, 1962) Smithsonian Folkways FW08757 (CD/download, USA, 2007).
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|A1||As I Came In By Fisherrow|
|A2||The Spinning Wheel|
|A3||My Apron Now|
|A5||The Beggar Laddie|
|A6||The Weary Pund O' Tow|
|A7||The Baron O' Leys|
|B1||The Earl Of Errol|
|B2||The Shepherd And His Wife|
|B3||Fare Ye Weel My Auld Wife|
|B4||Hey, How Johnny Lad|
|B6||The Braes O' Balquither|
- Design – Ronald Clyne
NotesContains booklet with lyrics of the Songs.
Track A5 is spelled as "The Begger Laddie" on the cover, but spelled as "The Beggar Laddie" on the label.
|OSS CD 104||Ewan MacColl With Peggy Seeger||Ewan MacColl With Peggy Seeger - Traditional Songs & Ballads Of Scotland (CD, Album, RE)||Ossian||OSS CD 104||Ireland||1994|