Dec 31, 2010

The Copper Family

A Song For Every Season (1971)


Disc.1: Tater Beer Night
01. Bob Copper
02. Dame Durden
03. Bob Copper
04. By The Green Grove
05. Bob Copper
06. All You Boys That Go A Courting
07. Spencer The Rover
08. Bob Copper
09. Charming Molly
10. Sweep Cimney Sweep
11. Bob Copper
12. Rose Of Allendale
13. Pleasant Month Of May
14. Bob Copper
15. When Spring Comes On
16. Bob Copper
17. Spotted Cow
18. Bob Copper
19. Wop She 'ad It-Io
20. Ron Copper
21. A Week Before Easter
22. Bob Copper
23. Brisk And Lively Lad

Disc.2: Black Ram
01. Sheep Shearing Song
02. Bob Copper
03. Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy
04. Claudy Banks
05. Bob Copper
06. Sweet Lemeney
07. Bob Copper
08. Corduroy
09. Come All Bold Britains
10. No John No
11. Bob Copper
12. The Shepherd's Song
13. Thousands Or More
14. Shepherd Of The Downs
15. As I Walked Out

Disc.3: Hollerin' Pot
01. Seamen Bold
02. Bob Copper
03. When Adam Was First Created
04. A Lawyer Bold
05. Bob Copper
06. Gentlemen Of High Renown
07. My Love Has Gone
08. Battle Of Alma
09. Warlike Seamen
10. Brisk And Bonny Lad
11. Bob Copper
12. Sportsmen Arouse
13. Bob Copper
14. Admiral Benbow
15. Wind Across The Moor
16. Bob Copper
17. Oh Good Ale

Disc.4: Turn O' The Year
01. Shepherds Arise
02. Softly The Night
03. Bob Copper
04. Christmas Song
05. Bob Copper
06. Babes In The Wood
07. Bob Copper
08. The Dying Soldier
09. Bob Copper
10. Brisk Young Ploughboy
11. Heigh Ho Sing Ivy
12. Bob Copper~Drinking Game
13. Jolly Good Song
14. Bob Copper
15. Two Young Brethren
16. Bob Copper
18. The Ploughshare
19. Bob Copper
20. Come Write Me Down

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3 Comments:

Blogger wackystuff said...

What a treat for the turning of the year! Thanks for all your effort.

January 1, 2011 at 3:15 AM  
Anonymous Michael said...

I downloaded these from the first time you uploaded them onto the other blog. These wonderful records have brought me a lot of happiness and I recommend them totally. The spoken word tracks of Bob Copper give the compilation a sense of being a historical record of the copper family, their traditional songs and of course of rottingdean

Many thanks

January 3, 2011 at 1:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanx frum urkenny

January 22, 2011 at 8:24 AM  

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