Jimmy McBeath - Tramps And Hawkers: Songs & Stories Of A Scottish Traveller, Vol. 1 mp3 album
Jimmy McBeath Series (Folktracks) – 1. Format: Cassette. Country: UK. Released: 1977. Plain black tape with single white label on Side A. Includes notes on a piece of paper that has been folded into the shape of a J-card.
Tramps And Hawkers: Songs & Stories Of A Scottish Traveller, Vol. 1 (Cass). Folktracks (2). FSA-60-058. Bound To Be A Row (LP, Album, Mono). Singles & EPs. JES 10. Jimmy MacBeath. Come A' Ye Tramps And Hawkers (7", EP). Collector Records. 1. UK. 1977. McBeath, McCaffery & McPherson, Vol. III (Cass).
She became perhaps the most famous Scottish Traveller singer, releasing several albums and EPs of material, including in the USA, where her album was called Songs of a Scots Tinker Lady. Here Jeannie sings her family's version of Child ballad 13, Edward, known as My Son David: Raretunes. Whilst not strictly a 'Traveller' by birth, in lifestyle Jimmy MacBeath (1894–1972) of Portsoy in Banffshire was every bit the itinerant labourer and singer. One of his most famous songs was Tramps and Hawkers, a song of the road. Here Bob Knight, a Traveller singer and songwriter, gives a wonderful rendition of the song.
Artist: Jimmy McBeath. Album: Wild Rover No More. Wild Rover No More: Best 2 songs. Jimmy McBeath - Come A' Ye Tramps An'Hawkers 03:41. Jimmy McBeath - Drumdelgie 03:25. Jimmy McBeath: best 2 tracks. Jimmy McBeath - The Feeing Time Bound to Be a Row, 1978 01:54. Jimmy McBeath - The Magdalen Green Bound to Be a Row, 1978 03:06. Artist: Jimmy McBeath.
Tramps & Hawkers songs download, free online mp3 listen. Farewell to Tarwathy. album: The Nightingale. Jimmy McBeath - Come A' Ye Tramps An'Hawkers. Big Blow and the Bushwackers - Tramps and Hawkers. album: OFF KILTER (A Celtic Outerlude). Jack Foster - Tramps and Hawkers. album: An Hour Before the Dawn.
Come All You Tramps and Hawkers. She Lived Beside the Anner. My Father's a Hedger And Ditcher. On Yonder Hill there Sits a Hare. This album was recorded in London in 1969. A few weeks later musical and financial differences caused the break-up of The Young Tradition. The trio "The Young Tradition" (Peter Bellamy, Royston Wood and Heather Wood) sang a capella folk songs in a style similar to the Copper Family. Royston and Heather Wood (not related) preferred early music. Peter Bellamy later carved a solo career.
Tramps And Hawkers" lyrics. The Dubliners Lyrics. Oh come all ye tramps and hawker lads and gatherers oblaw That tramps the country round and round come listen ane and all I'll tell to ye a rovin' tale of sights that I have seen It's far intae the snowy north and south by Gretna Green. Oftimes I've laughed untae mysel' when trudgin' on the road My toerags round my blistered feet, my face as broon 's a toad Wi' lumps o' cake and tattie scones, wi' whangs o' braxie ham Nae gi'en a thought frae.
|A1||Song: Come A'ye Tramps & Hawkers||2:54|
|A2||Talk: Tinkers And Their Cant (Language)||1:20|
|A3||Cant Song: The Next Pudden Ken (Lodging House)||1:10|
|A4||Talk: Explanation Of Cant Song; Places Travelled||4:35|
|A5||Song: The Moss O' Burreldale||4:05|
|A6||Talk: Family; Shakespeare; Travel With Female In England||13:46|
|A7||Song: The Muckin' O' Georgie's Byre||2:05|
|B1||Song: The Dowie Den's O'Yarrow||2:38|
|B2||Talk: With Another Traveller In Scotland; "Chanting"||11:55|
|B3||Song: Hawick Common Ridings Song||0:20|
|B4||Talk: Lodging House At Hawick||1:47|
|B5||Song: The Day We Went To Rothsay O||0:30|
|B6||Talk & Bawdy Song: John Anderson, My Jo, John||3:16|
|B7||Talk; Peddling Wares, Shoeing Horses, Harvesting||1:45|
|B8||Song: The Forfar Soldier||2:40|
|B9||Talk: Army Service, Herring Fishing||1:05|
|B10||Song: Down By The Maudlin Green||3:23|
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NotesThese recordings were made in July 1951 and November 1953.
This is the first of a series of three recordings.
Plain black tape with single white label on Side A. Includes notes on a piece of paper that has been folded into the shape of a J-card.