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Old Uncle Tom Cobleigh and All

Old Uncle Tom Cobleigh and All (Veteran VTC9CD)

Old Uncle Tom Cobleigh and All
Folk Songs Sung in the West Country
Various Artists

Veteran VTC9CD (CD, UK, 2004)

This is a compilation of songs originally released on cassette only in 1987/89.

Recorded, produced and designed by John Howson

Notes and lyrics transcription on the Veteran website

Singers

Bob Cann (Devon), Tommy Morrissey (Cornwall), Charlie Pitman (Cornwall), George Withers (Somerset)

Tracks

  1. Bob Cann: Widdecombe Fair (Roud 137) (3.20)
  2. George Withers: Richard of Taunton Deane (Roud 382) (3.29)
  3. Tommy Morrissey: Maggie May (Roud 5383) (3.13)
  4. Charlie Pitman: I'm an Old Donkey Driver (Roud 1147) (1.47)
  5. George Withers: Peter the Miller (Roud 2416) (2.20)
  6. Tommy Morrissey: The Watercress Girl (Roud 1541) (2.39)
  7. George Withers: Brimbledown Fair (Roud 171; G/D 7:1485) (1.40)
  8. Bob Cann: Nobody Noticed Me (Roud 18433) (3.44)
  9. George Withers: The Fly Be on the Turmit (Roud 1376) (3.54)
  10. Charlie Pitman: As I Was A-Walking (Roud 140; Laws P14) (3.10)
  11. George Withers: Someone in Somerset (Roud 5702) (3.14)
  12. Tommy Morrissey: The Robber's Retreat (Roud 3314) (2.14)
  13. Charlie Pitman: My Meatless Day (Roud 2413) (1.27)
  14. George Withers: Joe Muggins (Roud 847) (4.34)
  15. Bob Cann: The Craftsmen on the Moor (Roud 18432) (4.09)
  16. Charlie Pitman: Golden Kippers (Roud 5381) (3.24)
  17. George Withers: Forty Five Miles (Roud 608; G/D 5:983) (2.32)
  18. George Withers: I Be Terrible Shy (Roud 5703) (4.24)
  19. Charlie Pitman: Goodbye Beer (Roud 5382) (0.56)
  20. Tommy Morrissey & Charlie Pitman: Pleasant and Delightful (Roud 660; Laws O30) (4.03)
  21. George Withers: Jack the Jolly Tar (Roud 511; Laws K40) (2.55)
  22. Charlie Pitman: Cocktail Joe (Roud 5380) (2.22)
  23. Bob Cann: Tavistock Goosey Fair (Roud 10683) (2.54)
  24. George Withers: The Seeds of Love (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180) (3.49)
  25. Tommy Morrissey: Pass Around the Grog (Roud 5384) (2.40)