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Bill Price: The Fine Old Yorkshire Gentleman

Bill Price: The Fine Old Yorkshire Gentleman (Folk-Heritage FHR 038)

The Fine Old Yorkshire Gentleman
Bill Price (1938-1980)

Folk-Heritage Recordings FHR 038 (LP, UK, 1972)

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Sleeve Notes

Musicians

Bill Price, vocals, guitar

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Fine Old Yorkshire Gentleman (Roud 21176)
  2. Pony-Driving Song
  3. Simon John
  4. Cropper Lads
  5. Rothwell Debtors Prison Song
  6. Kirkby Malzeard Calling On Song (Roud 610)
  7. The Weavers
  1. The Keepers and the Drivers (Roud 24904)
  2. The Fisher Lads of Whitby (Roud V35024)
  3. Spence Broughton (Roud 1107)
  4. T'Owd Farmer and His Shrew
  5. Forster's Mill
  6. Master Smith Says to John (Roud 24900)
  7. The Methody Parson

All tracks trad. arr. William Price except
Tracks 3, 11 Tom Daniel;
Track 5 words trad., tune William Price

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Bill Price: I Sing As I Please

Bill Price: I Sing As I Please (Autogram ALLP 222)

I Sing As I Please
Traditional English and Canadian folk songs
Bill Price (1938-1980)

Autogram ALLP 222 (LP, UK, 1978)

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Recorded January 1978 in Yorkshire by Willy Schwenken

Sleeve Notes

Musicians

Bill Price, vocals, concertina [1, 7], guitar [2, 4-6, 8, 10];
Squire (Janice Hault, Carol Garbett, Kevin Thurlow, David Taylor), vocals [3, 5, 9]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Manchester Cornstalk (Christmas Goose) (Roud 3204) (3:55)
  2. Do Ye Fancy a Virgin? (2:35)
  3. Barrett's Privateers (5:45)
  4. Johnny Jump Up (Roud 21437) (3:50)
  5. The Faggot Cutter (Roud 2321) (4:40)
  1. Gentle Annie (4:25)
  2. John Barleycorn (Roud 164; G/D 3:559) (3:55)
  3. Bold Nevison (Roud 1082) (2:10)
  4. Rolling Down to Old Maui (Roud 2005) (3:50)
  5. Catch Me If You Can (Roud 1028) (4:35)
  6. Fortune's Wheel (Come Fill the Cup) (Roud 3798; G/D 3:667) (2:45)

All tracks trad. arr. William Price except
Track 2 words Thomas d'Urfey, from his play New Wit for a Husband (1709) and book Pills to Purge Melancholy (1719-20);
Track 3 Stan Rogers;
Track 6 Lame Jack Cousens