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CDs with: Carthy, Martin

Life and limb Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick.
Sovay (3:35) -- The begging song (4:30) -- Bows of London (6:00) -- The pepperpot/Sailing into Walpole's marsh/Bunker Hill (4:44) -- A question of sport (3:40) -- Oh dear oh (2:49) -- Carthy's march/The lemon tree (4:42) -- Lochmaben harper (6:39) -- Byker Hill (7:28).
CD 1715
Plain capers Morris dance tunes from the Cotswolds / compiled and arranged by John Kirkpatrick.
Glorishears (2:41) -- Hammersmith flyover (2:09) -- Old Molly Oxford (2:08) -- Black Jack/Old Black Joe/Old Black Joe (5:27) -- Blue eyed stranger/Willow tree (4:03) -- Brighton Camp/The march past (3:41) -- Bobby and Joan/Bobbing-a-Joe (3:23) -- Monk's march/The Fieldtown processional (4:56) -- Sweet Jenny Jones/The Sherborne jig/The Sherborne jig (3:40) -- Lump of plum pudding (1:36) -- Highland Mary/Highland Mary (3:45) -- Wheatley processional (2:59) -- Maid of the mill/Cuckoo's nest/William and Nancy (5:32) -- The buffoon/The fool's jig (3:10) -- Constant Billy/Constant Billy/Constant Billy (5:38).
CD 1614
The Carthy chronicles a journey through the folk revival.
Classic Carthy. Scarborough Fair ; Byker Hill ; Cold haily windy night ; Skewbald ; Creeping Jane ; Old horse ; A question of sport ; Lovely Joan ; The maid and the palmer ; Begging song ; I was a young man ; Prince Heathen ; Prickle holly bush ; Lord Franklin ; Lemady/Arise and pick a posy ; Famous flower of serving men ; Glorishears -- Carthy in company. The new St. George ; Carthy's march/The lemon tree ; I haven't told her, she hasn't told me ; My girl ; Boys of bedlam ; Oh had I a golden thread ; ANC song (Azicatal) ; Wimoweh (excerpt) ; Young banker ; The postman's knock ; Constant Billy ; Lakes of Cold Flynn ; Irish washerwoman/The ash plant ; Arthur McBride ; The royal forester/Bald-headed end of the broom ; Nafarroa ; The wren ; The king ; Joy, health, love, and peace ; Hunting the wren ; Hunting the cutty wren ; Byker Hill -- Carthy contemporaries. Nothing rhymed ; Lord of the dance ; Rivers of Babylon ; History lesson ; The January man ; Ballad of Alfie Hinds ; The humane turnkey ; Farewell, farewell ; Dust to dust ; Stitch in time ; Trimdon Grange disaster ; Palaces of gold ; Springhill mine disaster ; Coal not dole ; Perfumes of Arabia ; Such a war has never been ; The wife of the soldier ; The lonesome death of Hattie Carroll ; The ant and the grasshopper ; Company policy ; Monday morning ; Rave on ; Oor hamlet ; The Harry Lime theme -- Child, Carthy. Jack Orion ; The seven virgins ; Duncan and Brady ; Geordie ; Sir Patrick Spens ; King Henry ; Sovay the female highwayman ; Man of Newlyn Town ; The bows of London ; Lucy Wan ; Lord Randall ; The whale catchers ; Rufford Park poachers ; John Barleycorn ; Hard times of old England ; Hard cheese of old England ; Over the hills and far away ; The farmer's servant ; False knight on the road ; The elfin knight.
CD 3128