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All Jolly Fellows …

George Belton: All Jolly Fellows … (EFDSS LP 1008)

All Jolly Fellows …
George Belton (1898-1980)

EFDSS LP 1008 (LP, UK, 1967)

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Recorded at Madehurst, Arundel, Sussex on 29 January 1967 by Sean Davies and Tony Wales;
Sleeve notes by Tony Wales.

Musicians

George Belton, vocals

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. I Am a Roving Navvy Man (Roud 360; G/D 7:1397)
  2. Young Sailor Cut Down in His Prime (Roud 2; Laws Q26; G/D 7:1404; Henry H680)
  3. Green Broom (Roud 379; G/D 5:950; Henry H147)
  4. The Soldier's Prayer (Roud 350; G/D 3:685)
  5. My Old Man (Roud 114; Child 274; G/D 7:1460; Henry H21ab)
  6. The Bold Fisherman (Roud 291; Laws O24; G/D 4:834)
  7. Barbara Allan (Roud 54; Child 84; G/D 6:1193; Henry H236)
  1. Toast (Roud 885)
  2. Banks of the Sweet Primroses (Roud 586; G/D 8:1841)
  3. The Dark-Eyed Sailor (Roud 265; Laws N35; G/D 5:1037; Henry H232)
  4. Jim the Carter Lad (Roud 1080; G/D 3:457; Henry H171)
  5. The Constant Farmer's Son (Roud 675; Laws M33; G/D 2:221; Henry H806)
  6. All Jolly Fellows That Follow the Plough (Roud 346; G/D 3:418)
  7. I Am a Donkey Driver (Roud 1147, 387)

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A True Furrow to Hold

George Belton: A True Furrow to Hold (Musical Traditions MTCD378)

A True Furrow to Hold
George Belton (1898-1980)

Musical Traditions Records MTCD378 (CD, UK, 30 March 2020)

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Musical Traditions booklet notes by Rod Stradling

Musicians

George Belton, vocals

Tracks

  1. Jim the Carter Lad (Roud 1080; G/D 3:457; Henry H171) (2.46)
  2. Interview (4.46)
  3. The Lad in the Scots Brigade (Roud 1784) (4.46)
  4. The Constant Farmer's Son (Roud 675; Laws M33; G/D 2:221; Henry H806) (4.50)
  5. I Am a Donkey Driver (Roud 1147, 387) (1.49)
  6. The Bold Fisherman (Roud 291; Laws O24; G/D 4:834) (3.43)
  7. The Dark-Eyed Sailor (Roud 265; Laws N35; G/D 5:1037; Henry H232) (3.58)
  8. When the Fields Are White With Daisies (Roud 13633) (2.48)
  9. Green Broom (Roud 379; G/D 5:950; Henry H147) (2.14)
  10. The Little Shirt Mother My Made For Me (Roud 10437) (1.56)
  11. The Sailor Cut Down in His Prime (Roud 2; Laws Q26; G/D 7:1404; Henry H680) (2.26)
  12. If Those Lips Could Only Speak (Roud 5307) (3.45)
  13. We're All Jolly Fellows That Follow the Plough (Roud 346; G/D 3:418) (3.00)
  14. Barbara Allan (Roud 54; Child 84; G/D 6:1193; Henry H236) (5.21)
  15. I Traced Her Little Footprints in the Snow (Roud 2660) (2.25)
  16. My Old Man (Roud 114; Child 274; G/D 7:1460; Henry H21ab) (1.47)
  17. Never No More for Me (Roud 22772) (2.28)
  18. The Banks of the Sweet Primroses (Roud 586; G/D 8:1841) (2.16)
  19. The Rest of the Day is Your Own (Roud 1485) (3.46)
  20. The Soldier's Prayer (Roud 350; G/D 3:685) (1.56)
  21. The Sussex Toast (Roud 885) (1.56)
  22. The Old Rustic Bridge by the Mill (Roud 3792; G/D 6:1254) (4.15)
  23. The Roving Navvy Man (Roud 360; G/D 7:1397) (1.37)
  24. Has Anybody Seen My Tiddler (Roud 13330) (1.45)
  25. A Birthday Song (Roud 13322) (3.20)
  26. The Volunteer Organist (Roud 5378) (3.19)
  27. Time Gentlemen Please & Toast (Roud 31537) (3.07)

Track 1 recorded by Tony Wales, Horsham Festival 1961;
Tracks 2-3, 26 recorded by Vic Smith, BBC Radio studio, 4.11.1971;
Tracks 4-6, 9, 11, 13-14, 20, 23 recorded by Tony Wales, 1961;
Tracks 7, 16 recorded by Tony Wales, Horsham Festival Boys Club, 29.7.1961;
Track 8 recorded by Vic Smith;
Track 22 recorded by Vic Smith, 1970s;
Tracks 10, 12 recorded by Jim Ward, The Lewes Arms, 11.9.1971;
Tracks 15, 19, 24 recorded by Keith Summers, 1960s;
Tracks 17, 21, 25, 27 recorded by Jim Ward, The Wheatsheaf, Marsh Green, 20.6.1974