Ewan MacColl - Scots Drinking Songs mp3 album
Scots Drinking Songs (LP, Album). Shuttle And Cage (Album). Ewan MacColl And Peggy Seeger - Matching Songs Of The British Isles And America (LP, Album). Ewan MacColl Accompanied By Peggy Seeger, Jim MacGreggor, John Cole (3).
Album · 1983 · 25 Songs. Three Waulking Songs and a Song for Finishing the Cloth. Recorded Live By Alan Lomax.
By: Ewan MacColl (1956, Folk, World, & Country). More albums from Ewan MacColl: Bothy Ballads Of Scotland by Ewan MacColl. Popular Scottish Songs by Ewan MacColl. Songs Of Robert Burns by Ewan MacColl. Shuttle And Cage by Ewan MacColl. Blow Boys Blow (Songs Of The Sea) by Ewan MacColl. Songs Of Two Rebellions – The Jacobite Wars Of 1715 And 1745 In Scotland by Ewan MacColl. The New Briton Gazette by Ewan MacColl. Barrack-Room Ballads by Ewan MacColl.
James Henry Miller (25 January 1915 – 22 October 1989), better known by his stage name Ewan MacColl, was an English folk singer, songwriter, communist, labour activist, actor, poet, playwright and record producer. MacColl was born as James Henry Miller at 4 Andrew Street, in Broughton, Salford, Lancashire, to Scottish parents, William Miller and Betsy (née Henry), both socialists
The Real Maccoll 1993. Black And White: He Definitive Collection (Vinyl) 1986. The English And Scottish Popular Ballads: Vol. 1: Child Bal (Vinyl) 1961. Traditional Songs And Ballads (With Peggy Seeger) (Vinyl) 1969. Songs of Robert Burns (Vinyl) 1959. Broadside Ballads Vol. 1 (Vinyl) 1962. Chorus From The Gallows (With Peggy Seeger) (Vinyl) 1959. Musical Film Score: Whaler Out Of New Bedford, And Other Songs Of The Whaling Era (With Peggy Seeger & . 2: Child Bal (Vinyl) 1961. 3: Child Bal (Vinyl) 1961.
Scottish Drinking & Pipe Songs. Studio album by Ewan MacColl. Scottish Drinking & Pipe Songs appears in the following lists: Music Genre: Folk.
EWAN MacCOLL was the Scots-born son of a Gaelic-speaking mother and Lowland father from whom he inherited more than a hundred songs. He worked as a garage hand, builder’s labourer, trade union organizer, journalist, radio scriptwriter, actor and dramatist. Scots drinking songs’ album liner notes. It has been observed that the pattern of social drinking in Scotland corresponds roughly to the three movements which comprise a pibroch. First, there is the leisurely philosophical discussion, argument or monologue during which the theme of the evening is stated
|A1||We're A' Jolly Fu'|
|A2||The Calton Weaver|
|A3||When She Came Ben She Bobbit|
|A4||The Laird Of The Dainty Doon Bye|
|A5||Blow The Candle Out|
|A7||The Brewer Laddie|
|A8||We're Gayly Yet|
|A9||A Wee Drappie O't|
|A10||The Cuckoo's Nest|
|B1||Green Grow The Rashes, O|
|B2||The Day We Went To Rothesay|
|B3||The Bonnie Lassie Who Never Said No|
|B4||The Muckin' O' Geordie's Byre|
|B5||Jock Hawk's Adventures In Glasgow|
|B6||The Brisk Young Lad|
|B7||I Wish That You Were Dead Guidman|
|B8||The Wind Blew The Bonnie Lassie's Plaidie Awa'|
|B9||Andro And His Cutty Gun|
- Record Company – Bill Grauer Productions
- Concertina – Alf Edwards
- Cover – Paul Bacon
- Edited By – Kenneth S. Goldstein
- Guitar – Brian Daly
- Liner Notes – Ewan MacColl, Kenneth S. Goldstein