Campbell, Ian Folk Group: Complete Transatlantic Recordings

Campbell, Ian Folk Group: Complete Transatlantic Recordings

Campbell, Ian Folk Group: Complete Transatlantic Recordings

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Title: Complete Transatlantic Recordings
Artist: Campbell, Ian Folk Group
Label: Cherry Tree
UPC: 5013929691605
Genre: Folk

This 4 CD collection gathers together for the first time the entire Ian Campbell Folk Group catalogue recorded for Transatlantic Records, covering the period 1963-1968. This collection includes 6 studio albums plus related bonus material from the period. The Ian Campbell Folk Group were one of the most respected, influential and best known British folk groups of the 1960's. Taking their origins from Aberdeen, the band formed in Birmingham in 1958. They signed to Transatlantic Records in 1963 and proceeded to record the content of this collection over the next 6 years. They topped the bill at the Royal Albert Hall, made numerous TV appearances, attended the Newport Folk Festival in 1964 and were prolific live performers throughout Europe. Dave Swarbrick and Dave Pegg who both achieved fame with Fairport Convention, are featured in this collection

1.1 Twa Recruiting Sergeants
1.2 The Keel Row
1.3 The Unquiet Grave
1.4 To Hear the Nightingale Sing
1.5 The Drover's Dream
1.6 Traditional Medley (Instrumental)
1.7 Rockin' the Cradle
1.8 The Jute Mill Song
1.9 Johnny Lad
1.10 Blow Boys Blow
1.11 Down in the Coal Mine
1.12 Garton Mother's Lullaby
1.13 The Bells of Rhymney
1.14 The Apprentice's Song
1.15 Rocky Road to Dublin and Drops of Brandy (Instrumental)
1.16 Homeward Bound
1.17 The Waters of Tyne
1.18 The Wee Cooper of Fyfe
1.19 Across the Hills
1.20 Come Kiss Me Love
1.21 The Blind Man He Could See
1.22 I Know My Love
1.23 Derby Ram
1.24 Mary Mild
1.25 Remember Me
1.26 The Cockfight
1.27 Gipsy Rover
1.28 Cho Cho Losa
1.29 The Keeper
1.30 Instrumental Medley
1.31 The Collier Laddie
1.32 We're Nae Awa to Bide Awa
2.1 Come All You Gallant Colliers
2.2 Down in the Coalmine
2.3 The Canny Miner Lad
2.4 Sandgate Girl's Lament
2.5 Rap Her Te Bank
2.6 The Blantyre Explosion
2.7 Instrumental Medley
2.8 Pay Friday
2.9 The Colliers' Rant
2.10 Geordie Black
2.11 The Sandgate Dandle
2.12 Drunken Bella Roy
2.13 Blackleg Miners
2.14 My Miner Lad
2.15 Cushy Butterfield
2.16 The Plodder Seam
2.17 Collier Laddie
2.18 Marilyn Monroe
2.19 Dirty Old Town
2.20 Thirty Foot Trailer
2.21 My Donal
2.22 Battle of the Somme
2.23 Hard Life on the Cut
2.24 Net Hauling Song
2.25 Death Come Easy
2.26 Rights of Man
2.27 Liverpool Lullaby
2.28 Four Pounds a Day
2.29 The Dove
2.30 Bloody Orkney
2.31 D Day Dodgers
3.1 Lord of the Dance
3.2 Berwick Brose
3.3 The Snow Is Falling
3.4 The Bold Benjamin
3.5 New York Gals
3.6 The Shoemaker
3.7 Baron O' Brackley
3.8 Ay Waukin O'
3.9 Lover Let Me in
3.10 Greensleeves
3.11 Can Ye Sew Cushions
3.12 Farewell to Tarwathy
3.13 Gulls O' Invergordon
3.14 The Laird O' the Windy Wa's
3.15 The Card Song
3.16 The Iron Road
3.17 Private Harold Harris
3.18 The Circle Game
3.19 The Lady Came from Baltimore
3.20 The Old Man's Song
3.21 Wooed and Married
3.22 North Sea Holes
3.23 Paddy Lay Back
3.24 Do You Remember?
3.25 Willie's Gone
3.26 I'm Not Saying
3.27 I Think It's Going to Rain Today
3.28 Doctor Junk
3.29 On the M1
4.1 Kelly, the Boy from Killane
4.2 The Boys of Wexford
4.3 The Times They Are a Changin'
4.4 The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
4.5 One Eyed Reilly
4.6 Guantanamera
4.7 Mary Anne
4.8 Campbell's Fancy ; the Mason's Apron
4.9 Highland Widow's Lament
4.10 The Bank's Hornpipe
4.11 Highland Harry
4.12 Cam Ye O'er Frae France
4.13 The Earl of Moray
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