Podcast #283

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Playlist:

 

Intro – Laudnum Bunches/Orange In Bloom/Banks Of The Dee – Chris Leslie – Dancing Days

 

01 Goodbye Fare You Well – Waterson Carthy – Fishes And Fine Yellow Sand
02 Sir Patrick Spens – Nic Jones – Ballads And Songs
03 Doodle Let Me Go – Bob Fox & Stu Luckley – Landmarks
04 The Crow On The Cradle – Lady Maisery – Mayday
05 Working Chap (What A Crime) – Patterson, Jordan, Dipper – Flat Earth
06 The Lakes Of Shilin – Tony Rose – Bare Bones
07 Poor Old Man – Granny’s Attic – Off The Land
08 Long  A Growing – Peter Knight’s Gigspanner Big Band – Natural Invention
09 Back On The Road – Mic And Susie Darling – The Road Is Home
10 Jonny O’The Brine – Sam Lee – The Fade In Time 
11 Carthy’s March; The Lemon Tree – Martin Carthy, Dave Pegg, Dave Swarbrick – Folk Classics – England
12 False Knight On The Road – Tim Hart & Maddy Prior – Summer Solstice
13 The Blacksmith – Dave Burland – Benchmark
14 Searching For Lambs – June Tabor – Aqaba
15 The Rout of the Blues – Robin and Barry Dransfield– The Rout of the Blues
16 Mrs Saggs – Will Pound (Martin Simpson/Andy Cutting) – A Cut Above
17 Spencer The Rover – Bob & Ron Copper –  Traditional Songs From Rottingdean
18 Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy – Laura Smyth and Ted Kemp – From Here – English Folk Field Recordings Vol 2
19 Liverpool Lou – Bernard Wrigley – Bernard Wrigley 
20 Dirty Old Town – Edward II – Victoria Bridge On A Saturday Night
21 Undaunted Mary – Alice Jones – The Gathering
22 Down Where The Drunkards Roll – Bob Davenport with Roger Digby – Send Your Best Men Forward
23 The Final Last Banana/The Sleeve In The Cheese – Whapweasel – Stepping Up
24 Chemical Workers’ Song – Jimmy Auldridge and Sid Goldsmith – Let The Wind Blow High Or Low
25 The World Turned Upside Down – Robb Johnson – And They All Sang Rosselsongs – Songs By Leon Rosselson
26 A Place Called England – The Young ‘Uns – Strangers
27 Adieu To Old England – Shirley Collins – Fountain Of Snow
28 Grandfather’s/He Played His Ukelele As The Ship Went Down/ Mickey Mouse’s Son And Daughter – Flowers & Frolics – Reformed Characters