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Powerful 2CD career overview of Martin Carthy's near five decade adventure in music. Released to celebrate his 70th birthday. Over the past five decades Martin Carthy has been one of the most persistent and dedicated practitioners of English traditional music. He has been an essential figure in most of the significant developments in folk music during that time. To chronicle his career is to discuss the rich and diverse history of the English folk song revival since the early 1960s. His early work was an inspiration to both Bob Dylan and Paul Simon; Martin's reading of Lord Franklin became the template for Bob Dylan's Dream, whilst his arrangement of Scarborough Fair was the basis for the popular Simon & Garfunkel hit. More recently his influence has been widely acknowledged by artists as diverse as Paul Weller, Johnny Marr, Richard Thompson, Martin Simpson and Fleet Foxes.


  1. Name
  2. Scarborough Fair
  3. Broomfield Hill
  4. Lord Franklin
  5. Byker Hill
  6. The Bee's Wing
  7. Poor Murdered Woman
  8. Seven Yellow Gypsies
  9. Prince Heathen
  10. January Man
  11. His Name Is Andrew
  12. King Henry
  13. Skewbald
  14. The Bedmaking
  15. Geordie
  16. Lovely Joan
  17. Siege Of Delhi
  18. The Prickle Holly Bush
  19. I Sowed Some Seeds
  20. The Devil & The Feathery Wife
  21. The Maid And The Palmer
  22. Sovay
  23. Dominion Of The Sword
  24. Bill Norrie
  25. A Stitch In Time
  26. Work Life Out To Keep Life In
  27. A Question Of Sport
  28. Rackabello
  29. Sir Patrick Spens
  30. Georgie
  31. Famous Flower Of Serving Men
  32. Mermaid
  33. The Maid Of Australia
  34. Christ Made A Trance
  35. The Harry Lime Theme
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