12T195 The Folk Songs of Britain
Vol. 7. Fair Game and Foul:
1-1. Northamptonshire Poacher - Jim Baldrey
1.2 Jimmy Raeburn - Jessie Muray
1-3 Drumhullogan’s Bottom - Thomas Moran
1-4 Sweet Fanny Adams - Vashti Vincent
1-5 Sylvia - Timothy Walsh
1-6 Young Willie - Paddy McCuskey
1-7 Lakes of Shillin - Mary Reynolds
1-8 Brennan on the Moor - Robert Cinnamond
1-9 Butcher Boy - Jeannie Robertson
1-10 Three Jolly Sportsmen - Bob Scarce
2-1 Jack Hall - Jack Endacott
2-2 Standing Stones - John & Ethel Findlater
2-3 Polly Vaughan - Harry Cox
2-4 Lion’s Den - Mrs Maguire
2-5 Van Diemen’s Land - Jimmy MacBeath
2-6 Blind Man He Can See - Mary Connors & Paddy Doran
2-7 Oxford City - Mary Doran
2-8 Erin Go Brach - John Strachan
2-9 Derry Gaol - Sarah Makem
2-10 Newlyn Town - Bob Scarce.
This LP is yet another found in a Tasmanian musicians collection, it was played on a Philips
transcription deck recorded 16bit with a Creative
Live SB audio card then transferred here as a
320k MP3 on a CD/RW disc.
The source quality does not warrant a 320k distribution
so I have used a VBR (variable bit rate) to provide a match to the quality of the recording.
Editing, de-noising and de-clicking were done in the
U.K using Sound Forge and Audition.
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For more details about the song origins and some excellent reviews, please visit Reinhard's pages