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It Was on a Market Day—One

It Was on a Market Day—One (Veteran VTC6CD)

It Was on a Market Day—One
English Traditional Folk Singers
Various Artists

Veteran VTC6CD (CD, UK, 2005)

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This is a compilation of songs originally released on cassette only in 1987-95.

Recorded by Mike Yates and John Howson;
Produced and designed by John Howson

Notes and lyrics transcription on the Veteran website

Singers

Bob Lewis (Sussex), George Fradley (Derbyshire), Johnny Doughty (Sussex), George Withers (Somerset), Lucy Woodall (Worcestershire), Fred Whiting (Suffolk), George Bregenzer (London), Ernie Payne (Gloucestershire), Jeff Wesley (Northamptonshire), Len Heyward (Gloucestershire), Will Noble (Yorkshire), Francis Shergold (Oxfordshire), Charlie Clissold (Gloucestershire), Geoff Ling (Suffolk), George Spicer (Sussex), Mary Ann Haynes (Sussex), Buster Mustoe (Worcestershire), Charlie Bridger (Kent)

Tracks

  1. Bob Lewis: The Pretty Ploughboy (Roud 186; Laws M24; G/D 1:170; Henry H105) (3.45)
  2. George Fradley: In the Bushes at the Bottom of the Garden (Roud 5390) (2.21)
  3. Jeff Wesley: Reed Cutter's Daughter (Roud 5397) (2.48)
  4. Johnny Doughty: Still I Love Him (Roud 654) (1.12)
  5. George Withers: Dabbling in the Dew (Roud 298; G/D 4:812) (2.34)
  6. Lucy Woodall: Chainmaker Lad (Roud 1126) (0.36)
  7. Fred Whiting: The Miner's Dream of Home (Roud 1749) (3.57)
  8. Bob Lewis: Young Collins (Roud 1720) (1.26)
  9. George Bregenzer: The Codfish (Roud 149) (1.52)
  10. Ernie Payne: Seeds of Love (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180) (2.09)
  11. George Fradley: Jones's Ale (Roud 139; G/D 3:561) (3.41)
  12. Jeff Wesley: Green Grow the Laurels (Roud 279; G/D 6:1138; Henry H165ab) (4.49)
  13. Len Heyward: Wassail (Roud 209) (4.13)
  14. Will Noble: At the Cross (Parody) (Roud 8131) (0.17)
  15. Francis Shergold: Once I Had an Old Hen (Roud 544; G/D 8:1666) (2.26)
  16. Bob Lewis: Bailiff's Daughter of Islington (Roud 483; Child 105; G/D 1:168) (4.03)
  17. Charlie Clissold: Ledbury Clergyman (Roud 2332) (3.37)
  18. Geoff Ling: You'll Want Me Back Some Day (Roud 5352) (3.18)
  19. Jeff Wesley: Robin a Thrush (Roud 2792) (1.55)
  20. George Spicer: Muckin About in the Garden (Roud 5373) (1.05)
  21. Mary Ann Haynes: Master and Man (Roud 5376) (3.11)
  22. George Fradley: Lankin (Roud 6; Child 93; G/D 2:187; Henry H735) (0.54)
  23. Will Noble: Madge (Roud 3528) (2.03)
  24. Bob Lewis: Lovely Joan (Roud 592) (3.12)
  25. Buster Mustoe: Bill the Weaver (Roud 432; Laws Q9; G/D 7:1461; Henry H682) (1.55)
  26. Jeff Wesley: Father's in the Pig Sty (Roud 5399) (2.09)
  27. Charlie Bridger: The Folkestone Murder (Roud 897) (5.17)
  28. George Fradley: The Barley Mow (Roud 944) (3.27 )

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It Was on a Market Day—Two

It Was on a Market Day—Two (Veteran VTC7CD)

It Was on a Market Day—Two
English Traditional Folk Singers
Various Artists

Veteran VTC7CD (CD, UK, 2006)

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This is another compilation of songs originally released on cassette only in 1987-95.

Recorded by Mike Yates and John Howson;
Produced and designed by John Howson

Notes and lyrics transcription on the Veteran website

Singers

Jeff Wesley (Northamptonshire), Frank Hinchliffe (Yorkshire), George Fradley ( Derbyshire), Lucy Woodall (Worcestershire), Bob Lewis (Sussex), Francis Shergold (Oxfordshire), Walter Pardon (Norfolk), Will Noble (Yorkshire), Ted Chaplin (Suffolk), Ivor Hill (Gloucestershire), Johnny Doughty (Sussex), George Townshend (Sussex), Freda Palmer (Oxfordshire), Charlie Bridger (Kent), Charlie Hancy (Suffolk), Walt Stevens (Gloucestershire), The Cantwell Family (Oxfordshire), Ray Hartland (Gloucestershire)

Tracks

  1. Jeff Wesley: Hares on the Mountain (Roud 329) (1.56)
  2. Frank Hinchliffe: Barbara Allen (Roud 54; Child 84; G/D 6:1193; Henry H236) (2.02)
  3. George Fradley: Rhubbub (Roud 5394) (3.07)
  4. Lucy Woodall: Rosemary Lane (Roud 269; Laws K43; G/D 7:1429) (3.53)
  5. Bob Lewis: Horn Fair (Roud 2482) (2.08)
  6. Francis Shergold: Needlecases (Roud 1300) (2.06)
  7. Walter Pardon: Black-Eyed Susan (Roud 560; Laws O28) (4.36)
  8. Jeff Wesley: The May Song (Roud 305) (1.20)
  9. Will Noble: Poor Weaver's Daughter (Roud 1277) (2.12)
  10. Ted Chaplin: The Rose of No Man's Land (Roud 10704) (3.00)
  11. George Fradley: The Derby Ram (Roud 126; G/D 3:645) (0.40)
  12. Ivor Hill: List Our Merry Carol (Roud 5365) (4.33)
  13. Johnny Doughty: Vessel in Distress (Roud 5357) / Yes I Am Contented (Roud 5374) (1.43)
  14. Bob Lewis: Last Valentine’s Day (Roud 6475) (2.12)
  15. George Townshend: The Ploughboy's Joy (Roud 439) (2.32)
  16. Jeff Wesley: Life of a Man (Roud 848) (2.59)
  17. Freda Palmer: Villikins and Dinah (Roud 271; Laws M31A/B; G/D 2:211) (1.54)
  18. Charlie Bridger: Zulu Wars (Roud 5362) (4.29)
  19. Will Noble: Nellie O' Bobs (Roud 8130) (2.13)
  20. Charlie Hancy: The Volunteer Organist (Roud 5378) (4.34)
  21. Francis Shergold: Old John Bradlum (Roud 1857) (1.57)
  22. Bob Lewis: Good Morrow Mistress Bright (Roud 8119) (2.03)
  23. Walt Stevens: Wonderful Musician (Roud 2489) (0.57)
  24. Jeff Wesley: Ninety-Nine and Ninety (Roud 161; Child 1) (3.10)
  25. The Cantwell Family: The Yorkshire Blinder (Roud 1735) (2.49)
  26. George Fradley: The Squire of Tamworth (Roud 141; Laws N20; G/D 1:166; Henry H524) (3.43)
  27. Ray Harland: Ball o'Yarn (Roud 1404) (2.00)
  28. Bob Lewis: Stormy Winds Do Blow (Roud 284) (2.25)