Podcast #272

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Playlist:

 

Classics Of The 60S And 70S

 

01 Hunters House / The Oak Tree – Hedgehog Pie – The Green Lady

02 When I Get To The Border – Richard & Linda Thompson – I Want To  See The Bright Lights Tonight

03 Calico Printers Clerk – The Wayfarers – The Wayfarers

04 I Live Not Where I Love – Tim Hart & Maddy Prior – Summer Solstice

05 The Gay Goshawk – Mr Fox – The Story Of British Folk

06 Sovay – Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick – Life And Limb

07 Sweet Thames Flow Softly – Christy Moore – Unreleased

08 Capstick Comes Home – Tony Capstick – Nowt So Funny As Folk

09 Been On The Road – Alex Campbell – In Copenhagen 

10 A Blacksmith Courted Me – Shirley Collins – English Originals

11 The Bunch Of Thyme / The Perfect Cure / The Sweets Of May – Oak – Welcome To Our Fair

12 Dirty Old Town – Ewan MacColl – Black & White – The Definite 

13 Needle Of Death – Bert Jansch – The All New Electric Muse – The Story Of Folk Into Rock

14 Three Score And Ten – The Watersons – Early Days

15 The Sandgate Girl’s Lament / Elsie Marley – The High Level Ranters – Northumberland Forever – Traditional Dance & Song From The North East

16 The Innocent Hare – The Young Tradition – Young Tradition / So Cheerfully Round

17 In My Liverpool Home – The Spinners – Best Of The Spinners (Live)

18 Sir Patrick Spens – Nic Jones – Ballads And Songs

19 Set Dance: The Ace And Deuce Of Piping – John Doonan – Flute For The Feis

20 When Marilyn Monroe Died Blues (Ain’t It A Shame) – Mary Asquith – Closing Time

21 Jock O’Hazledean – Dick Gaughan – No More Forever

22 The Diamond – The McCalmans – Lost Tracks

23 Cod Liver Oil And Orange Juice – Hamish Imlach – Cod Liver Oil And Orange Juice – The Transatlantic Anthology

24 The Rout Of The Blues – Robin and Barry Dransfield – The Rout Of The Blues

25 Here’s The Tender Coming – Dave Burland – A Dalesman’s Litany

26 Heather Down The Moor – June Tabor and Martin Simpson – A Cut Above

27 Who Knows Where The Time Goes – Sandy Denny and Strawbs – I’ve Always Kept A Unicorn – The Acoustic Sandy Denny