A significant album by the reigning doyenne of British Folk Music, Norma Waterson. Produced by her daughter and star in her own right Eliza Carthy, the record is a solo project which not only highlights Norma's passion for traditional material, but proves her to be one of this country's finest exponents. Norma continues to breathe life into material often centuries old.
Aside from her wonderful, rich and distinctive voice, Norma Waterson's particular skill is in her choice of songs and how she makes each one relevant to a modern audience. Norma's career, which began in the early 60s with folk supergroup The Watersons, has continued to blossom and grow and today she commands considerable respect amongst a wide and devoted following.
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|Packaging Type:||Jewel Case|
|Dimensions (L × W × H):||142mm × 10mm × 125mm|
|1||The Chaps Of Cockaigny||-|
|2||Three Maids A-Milking||-|
|3||One April Morning||-|
|4||Sheep Crook & Black Dog||-|
|5||Game Of All Fours||-|
|6||Banks Of The Dee||-|
|7||Bright Shiny Morning||-|
|9||Flower Of Sweet Strabane||-|
|10||Green Grows The Laurel||-|
|11||Go And Leave Me||-|
|12||My Flower My Companion & Me||-|