The Iron Muse - A Panorama of Industrial Folk Music

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1. Dez. 2006
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26 Titel
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62:48

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1 The High Level Ranters - The Sandgate Girl's Lament / Elsie Marley 2:45 203
2 The High Level Ranters - Doon The Waggonway 1:25 124
3 Tommy Gilfellon - A Miner's Life 3:43 102
4 Ewan MacColl - The Coal-Owner and the Pitman's Wife 3:32 162
5 Louis Killen - The Trimdon Grange Explosion 3:14 643
6 Louis Killen - The Blackleg Miners 1:48 1.114
7 Dick Gaughan - The Auchengeich Disaster 2:17 860
8 Ed Pickford - Ee Aye, Aa Cud Hew 2:15 140
9 Maureen Craik - The Durham Lockout 5:19 82
10 The High Level Ranters - Aa'm Glad the Strike's Done 3:07 296
11 The Celebrated Working Man's Band - The Weaver's March 0:51 101
12 Ray Fisher - The Spinners Song 1:33 752
13 Ewan MacColl - Oh, Dear Me 1:17 153
14 Anne Briggs - The Doffing Mistress 1:25 3.964
15 Dave Brooks - The Litte Piecer 1:12 147
16 Harry Boardman - The Hand-Loom Weaver's Lament 2:42 253
17 Ray Fisher - The Dundee Lassie 1:36 645
18 The Oldham Tinkers - Sucess To The Weavers 2:51 204
19 Ewan MacColl - Fourpence A Day 1:15 454
20 Louis Killen - Up The Raw 1:14 202
21 Dick Gaughan - Bonny Woodha' 3:27 195
22 Louis Killen - The Banks Of The Dee 2:27 281
23 The Celebrated Working Man's Band - The Row Between The Cages 1:50 88
24 Louis Killen - Aw Wish Pay Friday Would Come 3:15 160
25 Louis Killen - Keep Your Feet Still, Geordie Hinny 3:15 185
26 Louis Killen - Farwell To The Monty 3:13 84

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  • LondonLouis

    This is a very useful album, introducing a serious selections of songs from Britain's industrial past (weavers, miners etc). A lot of the tracks are very short, but that merely means they have been able to be pretty ambitious in their coverage. Don't turn to this album for laughs. There's a lot of misery on it.

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