Various - Deep Lancashire Songs And Ballads Of The Industrial North West download album
Enjoy!! (: A1 –Harry Boardman The Hand-Loom Weavers Lament A2 –The Oldham Tinkers Hop Hop Hop A3 –Pete Smith (21) Beg Your Leave A4 –Mike Harding (2) Ale I. .
In north Lancashire, speech sounds more similar to Cumbria. The west coast of Lancashire always uses was, the rest of the county always using were. Negatives such as isn't, wasn't and aren't are often pronounced int, want and art, especially when followed or preceded by pronouns. The Lancashire Dialect Society was founded in 1951; The Journal of the Lancashire Dialect Society has included articles on the Leeds survey of dialectal English and on the dialects of Germany, Switzerland and the United States This collection was afterwards taken away and deposited at the Lancashire County Library in Preston.
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Songs and Music of The Redcoats - The Druids. 2. Shirley Collins - The Sweet Primroses. 3. Matchstalk men and matchstalk cats and dogs (with lyrics). 4. Harry Boardman - Golden Stream.
He subsequently traveled across Canada collecting and recording folk songs and Native music. Turning his vice to virtue, Peacock sings unaccompanied on this album of Newfoundland songs and ballads, which he recorded in 1956. Liner notes include biographical and musical notes as well as song lyrics.
Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker - The Banks of The Sweet Primroses.
Various – Coorse And Fine, Songs And Ballads Of Dundee. Label: Springthyme Records – SPR 1017. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
Western Cowboy Ballads and Songs 1925-1939. The Frémeaux & Associés release Western Cowboy Ballads and Songs 1925-1939 compiles the early recordings of all the famous cowboy songs one would expect plus plenty more which never rooted into American popular culture of the era as deeply. The Gal I Left Behind Me," "Cattle Call," "Home on the Range," and "Oh! Suzannah!" are all collected here alongside the amazing performance by the Sons of the Pioneers of the dark, yet joyous, "Hold That Critter Down" and Powder River Jack Lee's humorous and cocky run-through of "Tying a Knot.
Many traditional ballads came to North America with settlers from Europe. Others were composed in North America and tell stories or relate ideas that tell us about the attitudes and experiences of our nation as it developed. Ballads as sung in North America, while preserving many qualities of the songs as they were sung in Britain and Ireland, also introduced changes through the process of transmission from one singer to another. In some cases the British ballads were made more American as the singers recalled them. On his 1967 album "John Wesley Harding," Bob Dylan intended to invoke ballads of the frontier, while singing narrative songs in his own style.
|–Harry Boardman||The Hand-Loom Weavers Lament|
|–The Oldham Tinkers||Hop Hop Hop|
|–Pete Smith||Beg Your Leave|
|–Mike Harding||Ale Is Physic For Me|
|–Harry Boardman||Gettin' Wed|
|–Harry Boardman||The Merry Little Doffer|
|–Lee Nicholson||Rawtenstall Annual Fair|
|–The Oldham Tinkers||Coalhole Medley|
|–John Howarth & The Oldham Tinkers||Seaur Pies|
|–Harry Boardman||The Bury New Loom|
|–Pete Smith & Mike Harding||Ten Per Cent|
|–John Howarth & The Oldham Tinkers||A Mon Like These|
|–Harry Boardman||The Lancashire Liar|
|12T188, 12 T188||Various||Deep Lancashire Songs And Ballads Of The Industrial North West (LP, Comp)||Topic Records, Topic Records||12T188, 12 T188||UK||1968|
|12T188||Various||Deep Lancashire Songs And Ballads Of The Industrial North West (LP, Comp)||Topic Records||12T188||UK||1968|
|12T.188||Various||Deep Lancashire Songs And Ballads Of The Industrial North West (LP, Comp)||Topic Records||12T.188||UK||1968|
|12T.188||Various||Deep Lancashire Songs And Ballads Of The Industrial North West (LP, Comp, Mono)||Topic Records||12T.188||UK||1968|