The widely acclaimed "Voice Of The People" series continues with four further volumes of the finest Traditional Song, edited by Dr Reg Hall and compiled by some of the foremost folksong experts.
Rod Stradling was invited to select and present his choice of material for this volume. A singer and musician himself with over four decades of experience, he has associated regularly with countless traditional singers and musicians and for many years he played the melodeon in the Bampton Morris.
Sarah Makem has been widely regarded as one of the finest Irish singers of Traditional song. This collection has been carefully compiled from classic recordings made in the 1950s and 60s. Rod Stradling carefully hunted out sound recordings that would have otherwise remained in obscurity and for providing a wealth of biographical material.
Jewel case with 58 page booklet and slipcase.
|Number of items:||1|
|Packaging Type:||Jewel Case|
|Dimensions (L × W × H):||126mm × 16mm × 142mm|
|1||As I Roved Out||-|
|2||The Banks of Red Roses||-|
|4||The Butcher Boy||-|
|5||The Canny Ould Lad||-|
|6||Caroline & the Sailor||-|
|8||The Factory Girl||-|
|9||Our Ship She's Ready||-|
|10||It Was in the Month of January||-|
|12||The Jolly Thresher||-|
|13||The Laurel Wear||-|
|14||Robert Burns and his Highland Mary||-|
|15||Mary of Kilmore||-|
|16||A Servant in her Master's Garden||-|
|17||I Courted a Wee Girl||-|