World Library of Folk and Primitive Music: England

Label
Rounder records
Release date
3 Jul 1998
Running length
30 tracks
Running time
52:19

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Stanley Slade - Haul on the Bowlin' 0:53 54
2 Stanley Slade - A'Roving 1:33 20
3 Royal Earsdon Team - Earsdon Sword Dancers 0:57 82
4 Isla Cameron - My Bonny Lad 0:33 127
5 Jim & Bob Copper - The Contented Country Lad 1:31 29
6 Fred Perrier - The Turmont Hoer's Song 1:37 48
7 Bert Pidgeon - Up the Sides and Down the Middle 0:30 9
8 Jim Copper - The Threshing Machine 1:14 57
9 Tom Tewksbury - Quarrymen's Chant And Song 1:11 112
10 Ewan MacColl - The Four Loom Weaver 2:56 370
11 Ewan MacColl - Fourpence A Day 1:15 452
12 "Charger" Salmons - The Rigs Of The Time 1:40 52
13 Jack Armstrong - The Redesdale Hornpipe 0:57 159
14 Jack Armstrong - Corn Rigs 1:15 36
15 Phil Tanner - The Wassail Song 2:33 136
16 Men from Symondsbury, Dorset - The Symondsbury & Eype Mummer's Play 5:50 13
17 A Crowd of Padstow - The Padstow May Songs 1:52 24
18 Peter Kennedy - The Seven Step Polka 0:49 31
19 Isla Cameron - Brigg Fair 1:11 104
20 Phil Tanner - The Sweet Prim-e-roses 2:26 31
21 Isla Cameron - Died For Love 1:11 261
22 William Kimber - Country Gardens 2:12 139
23 A. L. Lloyd - Polly Vaughan 1:53 24
24 Group Of Children In Sidbury, Devon - Singing Games and Rhymes 2:26 19
25 Walter Lucas - The Prickle Holly Bush 1:49 47
26 Mrs. (Aunt Fanny) Rumble - Richard Of Taunton Dean 2:10 24
27 Bunny Palmer - The Mallard 1:53 50
28 Jumbo Brightwell - The False-Hearted Knight 2:26 45
29 Cyril Biddick - Old Daddy Fox 1:59 49
30 Phil Tanner - The Gower Reel 1:37 65

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