FTX-130 - TO BE A FARMER'S BOY

FRED JORDAN

Fred JORDAN (b 1922), farm labourer, who has become well-known and much respected as a club and concert performer and yet has retained his original open-air unaccompanied style, learned from local gypsies and fellow tillers of the soil. Recorded by Peter Kennedy, Diddlebury, Shropshire 1952 & at a concert in London 1962
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Fred Jordan in 1952 (Photo: PK)

JOLLY WAGGONER - - WHERE ARE YOU GOING TO MY PRETTY FAIR MAID? - DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE - JOHN BARLEYCORN - DOWN THE ROAD & AWAY WENT POLLY - SHE'S THE GIRL FOR ME - BARBARA HELEN - DARK-EYED SAILOR - SHIP THAT NEVER RETURNED - TURMUT-HOER - ALL JOLLY FELLOWS THAT FOLLOW THE PLOUGH - THREE OLD CROWS- WHEN THE STORMY WYNDS DO BLOW - JEALOUSY - BONNY LAD IS YOUNG BUT HE'S GROWING - ORDINARY SOLDIER -SWEET PRIMEROSES - FALSE- HEARTED MAN - THE OLD ARMCHAIR

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