Ewan MacColl, Charles Parker And Peggy Seeger - The Travelling People - A Radio Ballad About Britain's Nomadic Peoples mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Sounds / Folk music|
|Title:||The Travelling People - A Radio Ballad About Britain's Nomadic Peoples|
|Style:||Spoken Word, Radioplay, Folk|
|Date of release:||1999|
|MP3 album size:||1568 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1583 mb|
|Digital formats:||AU ADX ASF APE FLAC WAV MP1|
Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger and Charles Parker (2) - The Travelling People (A Radio Ballad By Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger And Charles Parker) (LP, Mono).
Taken from the album Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger & Charles Parker 'The Travelling People’ 1968 on Argo Records. Written by Ewan MacColl & Peggy Seeger.
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The last of the radio ballads that Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger, and Charles Parker devised, The Travelling People is also the most accomplished, both in form and content. An examination of the Romany people in Britain, it serves mostly as a condemnation of attitudes toward them and their nomadic lifestyle - which, as reflected in many of the soundbites, were not complimentary. People simply didn't want them around, calling them "tinkers" and things much worse, as "I Mean, We're Fed Up With Gypsies Living in Our Area" highlights, with the incident of a woman about.
The radio ballad is an audio documentary format created by Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger, and Charles Parker in 1958. It combines four elements of sound: songs, instrumental music, sound effects, and, most importantly, the recorded voices of those who are the subjects of the documentary. The latter element was revolutionary; previous radio documentaries had used either professional voice actors or prepared scripts.
Ewan MacColl, Charles Parker And Peggy Seeger - The Travelling People - A Radio Ballad About Britain's Nomadic Peoples (CD, Album, RE). Label. Category Country Year. Related Music albums to The Travelling People (A Radio Ballad By Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger And Charles Parker) by Ewan MacColl.
travelling people LP. Ewan MacColl Format: Vinyl. Ewan Mccoll and charles parker at their best. Wonderful blend of source material and songs written in the folk idiom. Also MacColl writes his own songs which are some of the best from the Radio Ballad series. There is also traditional song and MacColl’s compositions sit comfortably within the project framework with their traditional structure. The music from MacColl and Seeger and other musicians is excellent. This is an examination of the Romany people of Britian and their nomadic lifestyle. We get the history and tradition of these people. We also get to know the opinions of those that just don’t want them around.
Script: Ewan MacColl and Charles Parker; Song lyrics and music: Ewan MacColl; Orchestration and music direction: Peggy Seeger; Actuality recording: Ewan MacColl and Charles Parker; Production: Charles Parker; Technical direction: John Bower. Isla Cameron, Fitzroy Coleman, Colin Dunn, Stan Kelly, Dick Loveless, . Lloyd, Ewan MacColl, Charles Mayo. The Travelling People A radio ballad about Britain's nomadic people by Ewan MacColl, Charles Parker and Peggy Seeger. BBC Home Service, first broadcast April 17, 1964 Argo Records DA 133 (LP, UK, 1971) Topic Records TSCD808 (CD, UK, 1999). People get the impression, oh these gypsies, they're rogues (. 8). They can't read or write (. 2). Bloody isn't it (. 9).
|1||My Mother Said I Never Should...||1:35|
|2||I Am Tired Of Always Having To Shift...||1:25|
|3||Born In The Middle Of The Afternoon...||7:29|
|4||If You Took A Traveller...||4:01|
|5||Don't I Wish The Old Times Would Come Back Again...||10:14|
|6||I Like To Settle In The Wintertime...||5:02|
|7||We Never Did Travel Much In The Wintertime...||2:24|
|8||The Auld Ways Are Changing...||3:17|
|9||These Days Have Gone...||1:11|
|10||I Mean We're Fed Up With Gypsies Living In Our Area...||3:18|
|11||People Get The Impression, O These Gypsies, They're Rogues...||3:18|
|12||They Can't Read Or Write...||4:02|
|13||Bloody Isn't It...||7:39|
|14||Can't See No Way Out...||3:31|
- Licensed From – The Decca Record Company Limited
- Glass Mastered At – Koch
- Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Bruce Turner
- Concertina – Alf Edwards
- Double Bass – Jim Bray
- Fiddle – Dave Swarbrick
- Guitar – Brian Daly
- Harmonica, Clarinet, Piccolo Flute – Alfie Kahn
- Oboe – Dinah Demuth
- Producer – Charles Parker
- Vocals – Belle Stewart, Jane Stewart, Joe Heaney, John Faulkner
- Vocals, Guitar, Banjo, Orchestrated By, Directed By, Script By, Written-By, Recorded By – Peggy Seeger
- Vocals, Written-By, Script By, Recorded By – Ewan MacColl
NotesOriginally issued by Argo
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 714822080828
- Matrix / Runout: 827.955.0000.808.0 mastered bu KOCH mastered by KOCH
- Mastering SID Code: ifpi L172
|DA 133||Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger and Charles Parker||Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger and Charles Parker - The Travelling People (A Radio Ballad By Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger And Charles Parker) (LP, Mono)||Argo||DA 133||UK||1969|