Jim Moray, acoustic and electric guitars, piano, bass, drums, organ, keyboards, banjo, concertina, melodeon; Daisy Palmer, drums [3, 9] ; Tim Harries, double bass [1, ] , electric bass  ; Nick Wyke, violin, viola  ; Matt Downer, double bass  ; Andy Cutting, diatonic accordion  ; B.
Jim Moray except Track 1 words trad. Steve Knightley, Jackie Oates et al. Sorry Suzanne. The Hollies. Spirit In the Sky. Norman Greenbaum. Pretty Little Angel Eyes. The Locomotion. Little Eva. What Are You Doing Sunday. Rock the Boat. Waldo Holmes. Hues Corporation. Year of Decision. The Three Degrees. Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum. Middle of the Road. The New Seekers. Love is In the Air. John Paul Young. Gotta Go Home.
Frank Farian. Boney M. The Dooleys. I'm In the Mood For Dancing. The Nolans. Yes Sir, I Can Boogie. Copacabana At the Copa. Barry Manilow. December Oh What a Night. Both Planxty and June Tabor with nearly identical words leave out the third verse:. As I roved out on a bright May morning To view the meadows and flowers gay, Whom should I spy but my own true lover As she sat under yon willow tree. As I roved out on a fine May morning To view the meadows and flowers gay, Who should I spy but my own true lover As she sat under yon willow tree.
I took off my hat and I did salute her, I did salute her most courageously. When misfortune falls sure no man may shun it, I was blindfolded I'll ne'er deny.
Now at nights when I go to my bed of slumber The thoughts of my true love run in my mind. When I turned around to embrace my darling, Instead of gold sure it's brass I find. Traditional Sound Discogr. The album's liner notes commented: Michael Gallagher, Brigid [Tunney]'s brother, Paddy [Tunney]'s Uncle Mick, was born in and, when recorded, was working as a boot repairer in Belleek.
Light Headed. Track Listing - Disc 2. Reach for Me. Back and Forth. Think Think Think. What 2 Say. David Guetta feat: Sia. This one became well known to Grainger aficionados through his chorus arrangement. It comes from Mr. Fred Atkinson of Redbourne, Martin Carthy commented in the album's notes:.
Balancy Straw is a Morris tune from quite a few places including Ascot under Wychwood and Bledington which Liza found in the Journals of the EFDSS , and chose to play more as a reel or a quick hornpipe, and it was Tim who introduces us to Whitefriar's Hornpipe , one of those crooked tunes gracing the repertoire of John Kirkpatrick, whence he learned it.
Seventeen Come Sunday is pretty much the standard way with the song but set by Tim to a Cornish tune and with the alternative ending chosen because of Tim's predilection for Rum. Lots of it. They noted:. Boy meets girl, boy gets girl, boy and girl do boy and girl things together, boy has to go and fight a war. What happens next we can only guess, but it would be nice if boy came back and they lived happily ever after. He noted:. I am not sure where i first heard this song. It is popular in different versions all over Britain and Ireland.
The girl duly received her punishment, and as usual the lad gets away Scot free! Make sure your selection starts and ends within the same node. All News Daily Roundup. Album Reviews Song Reviews. Song Lyrics. Patrick's Day Heyo!Oct 15, · This version also shares a phrase you’ll hear in Henry Lee: “She took him by the lily-white hand ” The McCalmans – The Trooper and the Maid, from the Singers Three album; Fiddler’s Green – As I Roved Out. Fiddler’s Green is a German band .