Cyril Tawney - Sings Children's Songs From Devon And Cornwall mp3 album
From the singing of Cyril Tawney, ‘Children’s songs from Devon and Cornwall’. com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. A carrion crow sat on an oak, Hey, derry down, derry dido! Watching a tailor mending his coat; Caw!
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A1 The Three Huntsmen A2 John Jago, Harvey Darvey A3 The Old Grey Duck A4 The Herring's Head A5 Old Daddy Fox A6 The Tree In The Valley A7 A Lying Tale A8 My Father Had A Horse A9 Carrion Crow A10 Cradle Song B1 The Snail B2 Jonathan, James
Cyril Francis Tawney, folk revival singer and songwriter, naval historian and broadcaster: born Gosport, Hampshire 12 October 1930, married 1966 Rosemary Radmore; died Wonford, Devon 21 April 2005. Tawney was born into a naval family in Gosport, Hampshire, in 1930. He joined the Navy at 16 and spent 12 years in the service working as a naval artificer (electrician), in naval slang a "tiffy", hence Tawney's song drolly winkled out of a Shakespearian quote, "A Lean and Unwashed Tiffy".
Cornwall is the westernmost part of the South West Peninsula of the island of Great Britain. The southwesternmost point is Land's End and the southernmost Lizard Point
|A1||The Three Huntsmen|
|A2||John Jago / Harvey Darvey|
|A3||The Old Grey Duck|
|A4||The Herring's Head|
|A5||Old Daddy Fox|
|A6||The Tree In The Valley|
|A7||A Lying Tale|
|A8||My Father Had A Horse|
|B2||Jonathan, James And John|
|B3||The Jolly Shilling|
|B4||Tommy And The Apples|
|B5||The Foolish Boy|
|B7||Johnny Greyman And His Grey Mare|
|B8||I Had A Little Cock|
|B10||Three Scamping Rogues|
|B11||There Was A Lady All Skin And Bone|
- Printed By – Graphis Press Limited
- Engineer – Kevin Daly
- Guitar – Tom Paley
- Mandolin, Concertina, Jew's Harp [Jaw's Harp] – Trevor Crozier
- Producer – John S. Gilbert*
- Vocals – Cyril Tawney
NotesThis version has a rectangular logo on labels.
recorded on 24th and 25th July, 1969
|ZFB 4||Cyril Tawney||Sings Children's Songs From Devon And Cornwall (LP, Album)||Argo||ZFB 4||UK||1970|