A. L. Lloyd - Ten Thousand Miles Away - English And Australian Folk Songs mp3 album
Ten Thousand Miles Away: English and Australian Folk Songs, Fellside Records (UK) 2CD, 2008. Turtle Dove, Fellside Records (UK), 2014. This was a reissue of the Riverside album above. English and Scottish Folk Ballads, Topic Records (UK) LP, 1964. Bold Sportsmen All, Topic Records (UK) 10", 1958. CD reissue: Topic Records. Ken Taylor, Ten Thousand Miles: A. L. Lloyd in Australia, 1970. Gavin Barry, Bert a personal memoir, 1985.
Lloyd: Australian Bush Songs; . Lloyd: Ten Thousand Miles Away. Celebrated Working Man, The. . Cherry Tree, The. Ewan MacColl, . Lloyd: The English and Scottish Popular Ballads Volume III; . Lloyd: The English and Scottish Popular Ballads Volume I; . Lloyd: A Selection from the Penguin Book of English Folk Songs; . Lloyd: England & Her Traditional Songs; . Lloyd: Bramble Briars and Beams of the Sun.
Albert Lancaster Lloyd (29 February 1908 – 29 September 1982), usually known as A. Lloyd or Bert Lloyd, was an English folk singer and collector of folk songs, and as such was a key figure in the folk music revival of the 1950s and 1960s. While Lloyd is most widely known for his work with British folk music, he had a keen interest in the music of Spain, Latin America, Southeastern Europe and Australia. He recorded at least six discs of Australian Bush ballads and folk music. A Thousand Miles Away.
Though he had no formal training as an ethnomusicologist, Bert developed a formidable knowledge of folk song from the British Isles, the Americas and Eastern Europe. He was also a gifted linguist. For the film he was accompanied by his old friend the folklorist Edgar Waters and was interviewed by Ian Turner. The film is called 'Ten Thousand Miles' and was broadcast by the ABC in 1970. Recordings of Bert's Australian lectures and a radio program he made during his visit are archived in the National Library of Australia.
English folk singer and collector of folk songs, 29 February 1908 - 29 September 1982, usually known as A. Lloyd or Bert Lloyd. Variations: Viewing All A. Lloyd. Lloyd, AL Lloyd, Bert Lloyd, Floyd, Lloyd. Australian Bush Songs (LP, Album, Mono).
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Songs from Ten Thousand Miles Away by David Rovics. Free download and listen Ten Thousand Miles Away. Ten Thousand Miles Away.
Fare Thee Well (or 'Ten Thousand Miles') is an 18th century English folk ballad, in which a lover bids farewell before setting off on a journey. Nic Jones - Ten Thousand Miles. Ten Thousand Miles' by Nic Jones, from the album 'The Noah's Ark Trap', released in 1977. Nic Jones learned this song from . Lloyd Ten Thousand Miles - Benjamin Akira Tallamy. A little arrangment of Ten Thousand miles, which is not that far removed from Nic Jones' version.
These are fine recordings by . Lloyd of songs, dances, and instrumentals, among them bagpipe, flutes, and lutes. Given the country's beleaguered history, the vocals include many epic ballads, old and new. Track Listing.
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|Disc 1 - The English Songs|
|1||Lord Bateman (Child 53)|
|2||The Shooting Of His Dear|
|3||Down In Yon Forest|
|4||The Bitter Withy|
|5||The Indian Lass|
|6||The Oxford Tragedy|
|7||The Girl With The Box On Her Head|
|8||The Coast Of Peru|
|9||The Unfortunate Rake|
|10||The Bonnie Bunch Of Roses|
|11||The Death Of Bill Brown|
|14||The Bloody Gardener|
|16||The Grand Conversation Of Napoleon|
|17||The Dark-Eyed Sailor|
|18||Died For Love|
|Disc 2 - The Australian Songs|
|1||A Thousand Miles Away|
|2||Flash Jack From Gundagai|
|4||The Cockies Of Bungaree|
|6||The Banks Of The Condamine|
|9||The Flash Stockman|
|10||The Wild Colonial Boy|
|12||Bold Jack Donahue|
|13||The Shearer's Dream
Written-By – Lawson*
|14||The Derby Ram|
|15||Click Go The Shears|
|16||The Maryborough Miner|
|17||The Drover's Dream|
|19||The Road To Gundagai|
|20||The Castlereagh River
Written-By – Banjo Paterson
|21||The Lime-Juice Tub|
- Arranged By – A. L. Lloyd
- Artwork – Mary Blood
- Banjo – Al Jeffery (tracks: 2-15 - 2-21), Peggy Seeger (tracks: 2-1 - 2-14)
- Compiled By – Paul Adams
- Concertina – Alf Edwards (tracks: 1-1 - 1-18, 2-15 - 2-21)
- Guitar – E.L. Rewald (tracks: 2-15 - 2-21), Peggy Seeger (tracks: 2-1 - 2-14)
- Harmonica – Al Jeffery (tracks: 2-15 - 2-21), John Cole (tracks: 2-1 - 2-14)
- Liner Notes – A. L. Lloyd, Paul Adams
- Mandolin – Ralph Rinzler (tracks: 2-1 - 2-14)
- Photography By – Hedy West
- Remastered By – Paul Adams
- Written-By – Traditional
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