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CD 1

1. The Wood And The Wire - Fairport Convention
2. Two Old Friends - Magna Carta
3. Blind Fiddler - Phil Beer
4. Turpin Hero - Shirley Collins
5. The Black Velvet Band - Ewan MacColl
6. Hares On The Mountain - Audrey Coppard
7. The Collier Lad - Johnny Handle
8. Fools Gold - Amazing Blondel
9. Hot Asphalt - Bob Davenport & The Rakes
10. Speed The Plough - The Albion Band
11. A Lifetime's Love - Ric Sanders
12. My Uncle Dan - Matt McGinn
13. The River's Tale - Rainbow Chasers
14. Cutthroats, Crooks And Conmen - Little Johnny England
15. Greedy Landlord - Stan Kelly & Leon Rosselson
16. The Foggy Dew - A.L. Lloyd
17. I Don't Mind If I Do - Steve Benbow
18. The Devil I Know - Andy Steele
19. Stottin' Doon The Waall - Johnny Handle
20. The Peat-Bog Soldiers - Ian Campbell

CD 2

1. Sweet England - Shirley Collins
2. Travelling By Steam - Fairport Convention
3. On A Monday Morning - Cyril Tawney
4. Jacob's Well - The Albion Band
5. Whiskey In The Jar - Ewan MacColl
6. Maggie May - A.L. Lloyd
7. Hanging Tree - Ashley Hutchings & Judy Dunlop
8. Timeless And Strange - Keith Christmas
9. The Trees Are Getting High - Audrey Coppard
10. Tavern In The Town - The Albion Dance Band
11. Twa Corbies - Mary Jane
12. The Sun Never Shines On The Poor - Trevor Lucas
13. The Man In Charge Of The Knob - Enoch Kent
14. Liverpool Town - Stan Kelly
15. When I Was Noo But Sweet Sixteen - Jeannie Robertson
16. Gypsy Moth - Phil Beer
17. The College Valley Hunt - Alan Rogerson
18. John Peel - The Liverpool Spinners
19. My Father Was Born A Hebrew - Matt McGinn
20. Red And Gold - Fairport Convention

Essential British Folk

Artist Various Artists

Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD531

Bar-Code 5060143495311

Availability: In stock

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British folk and roots music never went away; the musicians who’d come up in the Sixties have continued to develop, record and bring the music collected in the 19th century to public attention. Folk is now getting the recognition it deserves for its persistence in keeping British heritage alive – as witnessed by the music here.

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