Various - Troubadours Of British Folk, Volume 1 - Unearthing The Tradition mp3 flac download
|Title:||Troubadours Of British Folk, Volume 1 - Unearthing The Tradition|
|Date of release:||1995|
|MP3 album size:||1931 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1659 mb|
|Digital formats:||MPC AC3 VOC WAV ADX XM DTS|
Folk And The Roots Of American Music.
Tracklist: 1. Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group - Rock Island Line 2. Ewan MacColl - Dirty Old Town 3. Ian Campbell Folk Group - Down In the Coal Mine 4. Ray & Archie Fisher - Kilbogie 5. Davy Graham - Angi 6. Donovan - Colours 7. Jean Redpath - Love Is Teasin' 8. The Watersons - I Am A Rover 9. .
VA - Troubadours of British Folk, Volume One (1995) Troubadours of British Folk, Volume On. ue Various - Troubadours of British Folk, Volume. 12 - Bert Jansch - Needle of Death. 03 - Ian Campbell Folk Group - Down In the Coal Mine. 04 - Ray & Archie Fisher - Kilbogie. 10 - The Young Tradition - The Lyke Wake Dirge. 13 - Anne Briggs - Blackwater Side. 07 - Jean Redpath - Love Is Teasin'. 06 - Donovan - Colours. 16 - The Pentangle - Let No Man Steal Your Thyme. 18 - Fairport Convention - Fotheringay. Lloyd - The Two Magicians. 08 - The Watersons - I Am A Rover. 20 - Steeleye Span - Skewball. 17 - Robin & Barry Dransfield - The Trees They Do Grow High.
Released: November 21, 1995.
Troubadours of British Folk, Vol. 3: An Evolving Tradition. The final volume of the series covers the mid-'70s to the mid-'90s, emphasizing traditional acts who pepped things up with a bit of electricity and eclecticism (Silly Wizard, Mouth Music), acoustic guitarists (Nic Jones, Dick Gaughan, Martin Simpson), "rogue" folkies who merged traditional sounds with influences from modern rock, world music, and punk (Billy Bragg, Oyster Band), and esteemed veteran singers (Richard Thompson, June Tabor, Maddy Prior). But few would deny that they are certainly some of the most significant British folk performers of recent times. Those wishing to catch up on the evolution of British roots music in the '80s and '90s will find this a handy primer, especially as that scene is for the most part little known in the . 1. The Grey Funnel Line.
Audio CD, November 21, 1995. 10. The Lyke Wake Dirge - The Young Tradition. 11. Famous Flower Of Serving Men - Martin Carthy. 12. Needle Of Death - Bert Jansch. 13. Blackwater Side - Anne Briggs. 14. First Girl I Loved - The Incredible String Band. 15. Rambleaway - Shirley & Dolly Collins. 16. Let No Man Steal Your Thyme - The Pentangle.
Compilation album by Various artists. Troubadours of Folk is a five volume series of compact discs released by Rhino Records in 1992. The series documents several decades worth of "contemporary" folk music. The first three volumes focus on the American "folk revival" of the 1960s while the final two volumes focus on singer-songwriter music of the 1970s and 1980s. The series tends to focus on American folk music although not exclusively. Rhino later released a series of volumes titled Troubadours of British Folk. The rediscovery of the acoustic tradition by punks and other upstarts was newsworthy to rock critics and other arbiters of hipness. But trendy or not, the folk music community had never ceased to exist, and some of its members were dubious about the recent converts asking for admission.
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|1||–Lonnie Donegan's Skiffle Group||Rock Island Line|
|2||–Ewan MacColl||Dirty Old Town|
|3||–The Ian Campbell Folk Group||Down In The Coal Mine|
|4||–Ray Fisher, Archie Fisher||Kilbogie|
|7||–Jean Redpath||Love Is Teasin'|
|8||–The Watersons||I Am A Rover|
|9||–A. L. Lloyd||The Two Magicians|
|10||–The Young Tradition||The Lyke Wake Dirge|
|11||–Martin Carthy||Famous Flower Of Serving Men|
|12||–Bert Jansch||Needle Of Death|
|13||–Anne Briggs||Blackwater Side|
|14||–The Incredible String Band||First Girl I Loved|
|15||–Shirley & Dolly Collins||Rambleaway|
|16||–Pentangle||Let No Man Steal Your Thyme|
|17||–Robin & Barry Dransfield||The Trees They Do Grow High|
|19||–Wizz Jones||American Land|
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