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Ye Subjects of England

George ‘Pop’ Maynard: Ye Subjects of England (Topic 12T286)

Ye Subjects of England
Traditional Songs from Sussex
George ‘Pop’ Maynard (1872-1962)

Topic Records 12T286 (LP, UK, 1976)
Topic Records TSDL286 (digital download, UK, December 2009)

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Recorded by Peter Kennedy for the BBC in the singer's home, Copthorne, Sussex, December 3, 1955
except track 7 recorded by Paul Carter and Ken Stubbs at Copthorne, 1962;
Produced for Topic by Mike Yates and Tony Engle;
Sleeve notes by Mike Yates and Ken Stubbs;
Sleeve design by Tony Engle

Musicians

George Maynard, vocals

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Polly on the Shore (Roud 811) (5.04)
  2. The Sweet Nightingale (The Birds in the Spring) (Roud 356) (4.19)
  3. Locks and Bolts (Roud 406; Laws M13; G/D 5:1012) (3.08)
  4. Down By the Seaside (Roud 1712) (2.45)
  5. Jack the Jolly Tar-O (Roud 511; Laws K40) (1.05)
  6. The Seeds of Love (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180) (4.00)
  7. Shooting Goshen's Cocks Up (Roud 902) (4.18)
  1. William Taylor (Roud 851) (2.55)
  2. Rolling in the Dew (Roud 298; G/D 4:812) (3.11)
  3. A Sailor in the North Country (Roud 1504) (3.54)
  4. The Banks of Claudy (Roud 266; Laws N40; G/D 5:1036; Henry H5, H693) (1.38)
  5. Three Sons of Rogues (Roud 130; G/D 3:704) (1.48)
  6. The Weaver's Daughter (Roud 1277) (1.49)
  7. A Wager, a Wager (Roud 34; Child 43; G/D 2:322; Henry H135) (4.32)
  8. The Sun Being Set (Roud 1269) (4.58)

All tracks trad. except
Track 7 Fred Holman

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Down the Cherry Tree

George ‘Pop’ Maynard: Down the Cherry Tree (Musical Traditions MTCD401/2)

Down the Cherry Tree
George ‘Pop’ Maynard (1872-1962)

Musical Traditions Records MTCD401/2 (2 CD, UK, 2000)

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For completists: all the songs and fragments Brian Matthews recorded from Pop Maynard in 1959-60

Musicians

George Maynard, vocals;
Harry Holman, vocals [12]

Tracks

CD 1CD 2
  1. The Blue Haired Boy (Roud 1411) (2.04)
  2. The Blue-Haired Boy (Roud 1411) (1.43)
  3. Rolling in the Dew (Roud 298; G/D 4:812) (4.25)
  4. Lansdown Fair (Roud 137) (3.23)
  5. The Pride of Kildare (Roud 962; Laws P6) (3.55)
  6. Down By the Seaside (Roud 1712) (4.10)
  7. Oxford City (Roud 218; Laws P30; G/D 2:210) (5.08)
  8. The Little Blue-Eyed Boy (Roud 16635) (3.01)
  9. Rumpsy Bumpsy (Roud 1212) (1.36)
  10. The Poor Weaver's Daughter (Roud 1277) (3.07)
  11. The Week Before Easter (Roud 154; G/D 6:1198) (2.54)
  12. Lamorna (with Harry Holman) (Roud 16636) (1.06)
  13. My Wife Took the Cake (Roud 16631) (0.30)
  14. Shooting Goshen's Cocks Up (Roud 902) (2.38)
  15. William Lennard (Roud 189; Laws Q33; G/D 2:228; Henry H176) (5.35)
  16. I Once Loved a Young Man (Roud 954) (1.38)
  17. Drink Round Brave Boys (Roud 2321) (0.38)
  18. The Ups and Downs (Roud 364) (2.41)
  1. Young William Taylor (Roud 851) (3.49)
  2. The Rusty Highwayman (Roud 2638; Laws L2) (3.39)
  3. Dear Sons of Ireland (Roud 16633) (1.11)
  4. Dear Sons of Ireland (Roud 16633) (1.17)
  5. Patsy Flanagan (Roud 16632) (4.27)
  6. Patsy Flanagan (Roud 16632) (4.25)
  7. A Sailor in the North Country (Roud 1504) (5.21)
  8. Sweet Primroses (Roud 586; G/D 8:1841) (3.53)
  9. Polly on the Shore (Roud 811) (3.25)
  10. While Gamekeepers Lie Sleeping (Roud 363) (2.39)
  11. Box on Her Head (Roud 289; Laws L3; G/D 2:268) (1.16)
  12. Broomfield Hill (Roud 34; Child 43; G/D 2:322; Henry H135) (2.45)
  13. Through the Groves (Roud 607) (1.50)
  14. Ring Down the Curtain (Roud 16634) (1.57)

Tracks 1-6 recorded December 16, 1959 at The Cherry Tree, Copthorne;
Track 7 recorded February 10, 1960 at The Plough, Three Bridges;
Tracks 8-18 recorded May 18, 1960 at The Cherry Tree, Copthorne;
Tracks 19-28 recorded 1960 at the Abergavenny Arms, Copthorne;
Tracks 29-32 recorded 1961 at The Cherry Tree, Copthorne

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Other books and records with George ‘Pop’ Maynard

Various Artists, Four Sussex Singers, EP, Collector JEB7, 1961

The Life of a Man Ken Stubbs, The Life of a Man: English Folk Songs from the Home Counties, London: E.F.D.S. Publications, 1970

Various Artists, Songs of Animals and Other Marvels (The Folk Songs of Britain Vol. 10), LP, Caedmon TC1225, 1961; Topic 12T198, 1970

Various Artists, Hidden English: A Celebration of English Traditional Music, CD, Topic TSCD600, 1996

Various Artists, Come Let Us Buy the Licence (The Voice of the People Vol. 1), CD, Topic TSCD651, 1998

Various Artists, Come All My Lads That Follow the Plough (The Voice of the People Vol. 5), CD, Topic TSCD655, 1998

Various Artists, Tonight I'll Make You My Bride (The Voice of the People Vol. 6), CD, Topic TSCD656, 1998

Various Artists, First I'm Going to Sing You a Ditty (The Voice of the People Vol. 7), CD, Topic TSCD657, 1998

Various Artists, Who's That at My Bed Window? (The Voice of the People Vol. 10), CD, Topic TSCD660, 1998

Various Artists, We've Received Orders to Sail (The Voice of the People Vol. 12), CD, Topic TSCD662, 1998

Various Artists, As Me and My Love Sat Courting (The Voice of the People Vol. 15), CD, Topic TSCD665, 1998

Various Artists, To Catch a Fine Buck Was My Delight (The Voice of the People Vol. 18), CD, Topic TSCD668, 1998

Various Artists, There Is a Man Upon the Farm (The Voice of the People Vol. 20), CD, Topic TSCD670, 1998

Various Artists, English Originals: A Defining Collection of English Folk Song, CD, Topic TSCD706, 1999

Various Artists, Just Another Saturday Night: Sussex 1960, 2 CD, Musical Traditions MTCD309/10, 2001

Various Artists, You Never Heard So Sweet (The Voice of the People Vol. 21), CD, Topic TSCD671, 2012