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The Bold Poachers - Martin Carthy - A Collection (CD)

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  1. Martin Carthy is the best at what he does -ie. arrange & sing British Traditional song with large dollops of skill and respect for the tradition. This compilation, made relatively recently, includes some wonderful verions of some wonderful songs (eg. Bill Norrie, Song of the Common man) which are great examples of what this man can do/5(7).

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  2. Digging graves is my delight, Digging graves for you to lie in. Digging graves from morn' till night, I makes me living from the dying. Digging graves the whole day long, And as I dig I sing this song To anybody that comes along, Dust to dust and ashes to ashes, And so.

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  3. The Bold Poachers: The Bold Poachers ( Remastered Version) The Ups And Downs: The Ups and Downs ( Remastered Version) The Weaver And The Factory Maid: The Weaver and the Factory Maid ( Remastered Version) The Wee Wee Man: The Wee Wee Man ( Remastered Version)Missing: Martin Carthy.

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  4. (Martin Carthy also recorded with The Albion Band, Steeleye Span, The Watersons, Waterson-Carthy, Brass Monkey, Blue Murder, John Kirkpatrick, Maddy Prior, Roy Bailey, Bob Davenport, Peter Bellamy, Paddie Bell, Three City Four, Nigel Denver and Tom Gilfellon).

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  5. Rufford Park Poachers by The Rowan Amber Mill, released A buck or doe believe it so A pheasant or a hare Were set on earth for everyone Quite equally to share So poacher bold, as I unfold Keep up your gallant heart And think about those poachers bold That night in Rufford Park They say that forty gallant poachers They were in distress They'd often been attacked when Their.

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  6. Landfall is an album by Martin Carthy, released in Carthy made this album in the year he left Steeleye Span. The song "Cold Haily Windy Night" is a re-recording of the same song on Steeleye's album Please to See the King. In contrast to the richly resonating sound on that album, here everything is stripped down without any reverb.

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  7. Rufford Park Poachers This song is by Martin Carthy and appears on the album Out Of The Cut (). They say that forty gallant poachers They was in a mess They had often been attacked When the number it was less So poacher bold as I unfold Keep up your gallant heart And think about the poachers bold That night in Rufford Park A buck or doe believe it so A pheasant or a hare Was put on earth.

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  8. Landfall by Martin Carthy - CD () for $ from askemolaluacassoadongvimembgreasam.co Folk - Order by Phone Price: $

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  9. A Collection by Martin Carthy Tracks. Name; The Trees They Do Grow High; Lord Franklin; The Bloody Gardener; Poor Murdered Woman; Seven Yellow Gypsies; The Bold Poachers; Scarborough Fair; Lowlands Of Holland; Davy Lowston; Streets Of Forbes; Polly On The Shore; Cold Haily Windy Night.

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