ALABAMA - AWAY DOWN EAST (K) - JOHN CHEROKEE - ROLL, ALABAMA, ROLL - STATE OF ALABAMA ALABAMA -- ODETTA rec by Jack Hawkins, San Francisco 1956: TRADITION TLP 1010 1957

ALABAMA -- McPEAKE Family: FONTANA TL-5214 1964

ALABAMA BOUND - "I'm ." - ROUD#10017 - WHITE American Negro Folk Songs 1928 pp306-7

ALABAMA JUBILEE - American dance-tune

ALADDIN'S LAMP - BSs ALAN-A-DALE - mentions Richmond Castle -- Pete NALDER: FOLKSOUND FS-101 1975

ALAN BAIN - "They're taking me to the gallows, mother" - ROUD#2974 - McINTOSH FSSGIO pp8-12 Andrew Jackson Reynolds, Illinois 1935 -- (Ted Ashlaw rec Robert D Bethke Hermon, NY 1972 PHILO 1022) - Almeda RIDDLE rec by Alan Lomax, Greers Ferry, Ark Oct 1959: ROUNDER CD-1707 1997

ALAN MACLEAN (or THE MINISTER'S SON) - "I was born in Cullen" - Cruel Parents - banished because he misbehaved with Sally Allan at wedding - Aulton College Hall - ROUD#2511 - CHRISTIE TBA 2 1881 pp184-5 - GREIG FSNE 1909-14 #179 - McCOLL: SS 1953 pp76- 7 Willie MATHIESON - McCOLL-SEEGER SI 1977 p263-5 Charlotte Higgins

ALAN TYNE O HARROW - "Good Night" Song -- Ewan MacCOLL: ARGO ZFB-12 1972

ALASDAIR McCOLLA - (Alister, son of Coll) - KENNEDY-FRASER 1 p162 rec Barra

ALASKA - "I once did love an Indian maid, Alaska was her name" - written by Frank Desprez c1888 - ROUD#2980 - BETHKE AV 1981 pp119-121 Ted Ashlaw, Hermon, NY 1972 "Lasca"

ALBEMARLE HORNPIPE, THE - (A) - COLE #6 p89 "Can be used as a Clog"

ALBERT'S HORNPIPE - also known as "Campbell's" - KERR MM 3 #355 p39 (C) - KENNEDY FTB 1998 #2 p3 (D) -- Michael HEBBERT (conc fid & tamb): FREE REED FRR-009 1977

ALBERTA - San Francisco -- Sandy PATON (with gtr) rec London COLLECTOR JEA 1958 (45 EP)

ALBION SUNRISE - comp by Richard Thompson - Song using Polka-Morris dance tune "The Rose" -- ALBION COUNTRY BAND: ISLAND HELP-25 1976/ FOLK 1001 1975 (boxed)

ALBION THE PRIDE OF THE SEA - "My boys would you know how our ship got her name?" - BSs - UNIV SONGSTER 3 p168

ALBOLA - Spanish Shawm but name only survives in Basque provinces - OBOE

ALCATRAZ - TOKEN

ALCHEMIST AND THE PEDLAR, THE - comp by R & BD -- Robin & Barry DRANSFIELD & Brian: TRANSATLANTIC TRA-322 1976

ALDEBURGH - Suffolk -- Recordings - see AREA Listing

ALDERLEY EDGE - Cheshire - MUMMERS - WIZARD OF ALDERLEY EDGE

ALDERMAN'S LADY, THE - "An Alderman lived in the city - he had a most beautiful wife" - "O Nancy's an alderman's lady" - threatens to send servant away and murder baby - but they marry - ROUD#2533 - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 #382 p552 7v/m Jack Barnard, Bridgwater, Somerset 1909 (song mentions Gloucestersh) - WILLIAMS #524 (w/o) "The Alderman and his servant" - PALMER RVW 1983 #103 pp157-8 Mrs Verrall, Horsham, Sussex 1904 "The Witty Lass of London" (mentions Gloucestersh) 7v/m - see GIPSY GIRL - NOBLE LORD HAWKINS --- PEACOCK SNO 1965 3 pp783-4 Charlotte Decker & Freeman Bennett, Nfl 1958 "The Elderman's Lady" - CAREY ASS 1976 pp124-5 Timothy O Connor Ms songbook c1778 (w/o) "An Alderman lived in the city"

ALDERMASTON - Berkshire - COMING DOWN TO ALDERMASTON

ALDRIDGE'S ALLEMANDE - Tunebook Ms 2/4 (D) #54 p358 - McGLASHAN 2 p37 - AIRD 1 p65 ALDRIDGE'S HORNPIPE - (A) - COLE #5 p86 - KERR MM 2 #344 p38

ALE - BEER - DRINK

ALE AND STOUT THEY'LL GIVE AWAY, THE - Alfred WILLIAMS Ms #525

ALE, GLORIOUS ALE - "When I was a little un my father did say" - "Some folk like radishes" - lump of fat bacon and a quart of good ale" - ROUD#1512 - VOC LIB 1822 p670 (Also another song: ENGLISH ALE) - PALMER EBECS1979 #120 pp199-200 Mike Yates: Cantwell family, Standlake, Oxfordsh 1964 "Good English Ale" - - Denis MANNERS: ACORN CF-201 1968 - Roy HARRIS: FREE REED 023/024 - YETTIES: ARGO ZFB-16 1970 (from Bill Phillips, Headington, Oxford) - Bob LEWIS rec "Lewes Arms", Lewes, Sussex: TRANSATLANTIC XTRS-1150 1975

ALE IS DEAR, THE - Reel -- SILLY WIZARD: TRANSATLANTIC XTRA- 1158 1976 - Angus GRANT (fid) rec at the Kinross Folk Festival 1975: SPRINGTHYME SPRC 1003/ CASS-1313 1988 aft "Morag's Strathspey"

ALE IS PHYSIC TO ME - comp by Elijah Bamford - Instead of medicine for the sick and dying -- Mike HARDING (voc/banjo): TOPIC 12-T- 188 1968 (Tune & Ch by MH)

ALE MAKES MANY A MAN -- Graham & Eileen PRATT (unacc) rec Concert Hall 16/11/82 CASS 15-0783

ALEHOUSE, THE - DIED FOR LOVE - GREEN BED

ALE-WIFE AND HER BARREL, THE - "The Ale-wife, the drunken wife" - MacCOLL-SEEGER 1977 p323-4 from Maria Robertson

ALEX Mc EACHERN'S STRATHSPEY - Local Cape Breton -- John Willie CAMPBELL (fid) with Kevin Mc CORMICK (piano) rec by John Shaw, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada: TOPIC 12-TS-354 1978 with other Strathpeys & Reels

ALEXANDER - "O don't you know the reason, love, this night that I am, here?" - ROUD#2557 - JOYCE OIFMS p322 Gorey Co Wexford (m/o) "I'll travel to Mount Nebo" - JFSS 5 1914 pp52-3 Sharp: John Murphy, Marylebone, London 1908 "The Two True Lovers" - HENRY SOP #589/ HUNTINGTON p344 Prolusk, Co Antrim 1935 "The Rejected Lover" - SHIELDS SRT 1981 p40 Eddie Butcher, Aughill, Co Derry 1968 (European Ethnic SRT2) - TOCHER 38 1983 p61 Alan Bruford: Colin McDonald, Strath Halladale, Sutherland 1973 (w/o)

ALEXANDER'S - Hornpipe (D) - ALLAN #82 p21 - MOYLAN 2 #344 pp193-4 -- BOYS OF THE LOUGH with Aly BAIN "Down Home" (TV Series) in USA & Canada LISMOR LIF-7011 1986 CASS-0814 bef "The Green Cockade"

ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND (Berlin/Feldman) - Music Hall Song -- SAYDISC SDL-232 1972 cass: Street Piano - BOLDON BANJOES & RAKES: LEADER LER-2088 1973 instrumental - Bob DAVENPORT with FLOWERS & FROLICS rec "Empress of Russia" Islington London: FREE REED FRR-016 1977 aft "Woodland Revels"

ALEXANDRIA'S SHORE (or THE SAILOR'S FAREWELL) - "Come all you pretty English girls" - ship anchors off Egyptian shore - cut up and lamed - pretty girls on knees - now English girls see what sailors go through - now wars are over - VOC LIB 1822 p507 - SHARP Ms Cf 2 p285 "The 14th of September" from Mrs Lock

ALFORD, Violet - folklorist (particularly France & Spain) & writer - her father revived the Marshfield "Paperboys" (Mummers) -- Douglas Kennedy talks about her: 481-493 (on 491 & 492)

ALFORD VALE - AFFORD VALE

ALGERIA -- PLENIPOTENTIARY

ALI BABA - "Ali Baba, who's got the ball? I haven't got it in my pocket" - Children's rhyme - RITCHIE Golden City p22 - see NEBUCADNEZZAR - MOTHER, MOTHER, I AM ILL

ALICE BENBOW - "O don't you remember sweet Alice Ben Bolt?" - ROUD#2653 - SHARP Ms: An imperfect recollection of a poem by T D English "Alice Ben Bolt", which must have been a Victorian school favourite "Alice Benbow" - WILLIAMS #531 (w/o) - REEVES IP 1958 - SAM HOLT (Australia) -- Carolyne HUGHES (gypsy) rec by PK, nr Blandford, Dorset 19/4/68: 7"0120/ CASS-45-1245/ 143 - Mick FOSTER (acc/gui/voc) & Tony ALLEN (gui/voc): RITZ London LC-0003 nd CASS-0951

ALICE BLUE GOWN - "In that little pink nightie of mine" - LAWS #K36/ dH40 - ROUD#10425 - CRAY Bawdy Ballads 1989 p89

ALICE BRAND - ARTHUR 1970 p4 Tune: Nic Jones -- Dave & Toni ARTHUR (v/ fid): LEADER LER-2017 1970

ALICE GREY (or GRAY) - "She's all my fancy painted her" - BSs

ALICE WHITE - comp by Alan Bell - written for radio ballad progr on "The Navvies" on Settle-Carlisle railway - - Marie LITTLE: LEADER LER-2084 1973

ALISON GROSS - "O Alison Gross that lives in yon tower" - CHILD #35 - ROUD#3212 - ARTHUR 1970 p6 to tune of Child #110 -- Dave & Toni ARTHUR: LEADER LER-2017 1970 - STEELEYE SPAN: CHRYSALIS CHR-1046 1973 & STEELEYE SPAN: "Original Masters": CHRYSALIS CJT-3 (D) 1977

ALISTAIR J. SIM - Jig comp by W.T. - Willie Taylor (fid) rec Burt Feintuch 1990: SMITHSONIAN-FOLKWAYS SFW-40473 1999

ALISTER McALISTER - BSs: Chas. Sanderson's More Favourite Songs p.1 - sung by David Kennedy (1825-1887)

ALISTER McALISTER - Strathspey - COLE p126 (Gm)

ALISTER, SON OF COLKITTO, THE SPLENDID - (Alisdair MacColta) - Battle of Inverlochy 1645 - KENNEDY-FRASER I p162 "Old Barra Waulking Song" -- Mary SANDEMAN (multi-tracked rock version) in radio prog from Aberdeen about Marjorie Kennedy-Fraser 23/12/85: CASS 0977

ALKNOMOOK - "The sun sets at night and the stars shun the day" - ROUD#2842 - THOMPSON Pioneer Songster 1958 Stevens-Douglass Ms NY 1841-56 (w/o) - New England Pocket Songster 1846 pp101-2

ALL ABOUT TURDS -- Oscar BRAND: CASS-0235 "The Best of the Worst"

ALL ALIVE - Jig - LEVEY 2 #42 p18 (F#m) - O'NEILL MOI #1105/ DMI #295 (Gm)

ALL ALONE AND A-LONELY-O - CRUEL MOTHER

ALL ALONG THE SOUTH COAST - Poem by JT -- Jeremy TAYLOR rec Purcell Room : 7/4/80: CASS-0416

ALL AMONG THE BARLEY - "Who will not be blythe when the free and happy barley is smiling on the scythe - hunters moon" - BSs - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 p210 "Ripe and bearded barley" (words only) Banbury Oxfordsh - ED&S; mag 29/2 1967 Query raised & ED&S; 3 p87 & 4 p120 further versions - publ CURWEN words by A T & tune: Elizabeth Stirling - ED&S; 30/1 1968 p28 older version

ALL AROUND MY HAT - ALL ROUND MY HAT

ALL AROUND THE KITCHEN - "cock-a-doodle-ddodle-doo" - Action Song -- "American Folksongs for Children" Mike & Peggy SEEGER (ROUNDER C-8001 2 parts) 1987 CASS-1225 ALL

ALL AROUND THE WORLD - WISE MAID

ALL BELLS IN PARADISE - DOWN IN YON FOREST

ALL BROUGHT UP ON CIDER - WE WERE ALL BROUGHT UP ON CIDER

ALL COVERED WITH MOSS - Jig - O'NEILL MOI #782/ DMI #58 (G)

ALL FLOWERS IN BLOOM (or OF THE BROOM) - CHAPPELL PMOT 1858 from William Ballet's Lute Coll 1594 -- John KIRKPATRICK & Sue HARRIS: TOPIC 12-TS-408 1980 with "Roast Beef"

ALL FOOL'S DAY - APRIL FOOL

ALL FOR A BOTTLE OF ALE - RICHARD MALVINE

ALL FOR THE GROG - "me jolly jolly grog" - ROUD#475 - GREIG/DUNCAN 3 1987 #580 "Ale & Tobacco" 1v/m - SHARP Ms from Louis Hooper "My jolly jolly tin" (6v) 1904 - SHARP Cf 2 p175 (not in SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974) - KIDSON EPS 1929 - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 p296 #426 Mrs E Clark, Minety, Wiltsh (w/o) "Good brown ale and tobacco" (Action song in which singer removed clothes in each verse)/ #287 Ernest Adams, Shilton, Oxfordsh "All through the beer" - KIDSON EPS 1929 - SPIN mag 6/4 p27 - ED&S; 28:5 1966 p135 - ED&S; 29:2 1967 p45 Neil Lanham: George Cowle, Sturmer, Suffolk c1967 - PURSLOW WS 1968 p7 Gardiner: Charles Chivers, Basingstoke, Hampsh 1906 "All through the beer" - FMJ 1:5 1969 pp338-42 Baldwin: George 'Tom' Newman, Clanfield, Oxfordsh 1969 (w/o) "My Old 'at that I got on"/ pp340-2 Siddington, Gloucestersh 1969 (w/o) "All through the drunk" - EFDS Publ 1969 "Folk Song Today" #2 p18 contrib Tony Foxworthy - FMJ 1972 Cawte: "Mummers Song" Leicestersh - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #274 p606 Bill & Harry Westaway, Belstone, Devon 1950 (5v/m) ("I've got a coat amd a nobby nobby coat") - ED&S; 29:2 1967 p45 Neil Lanham: George Cowle, Sturmer, Suffolk "We'll call for the Grog" - ED&S; 30:1 1968 Pip Bishop (c): Biggleswade, Bedfordsh 1v (w/o) "This Old Coat" - RICHARDS/STUBBS EFS 1979 p70 "All through the ale" from Roy Harris - PALMER EBBB 1980 #71 pp152-3 George Newman - ED&S; 43:2 1981 p8 Maurice Ogg: Edith Leaning, Coleby, Lincolnsh "All for the Grub" - Lore & Language 3:7 1982 p63: Gordon Cox: John Gregson, Burnley, Lancash 1977 "This Old Shirt" - TAWNEY GFL 1987 p132 R B Buckle, Norwich, Norfolk & F R Anthony, Sutton Coldfield, Warwicksh 1985 "This Old Hat of mine" - WARD-JACKSON ASB nd p94 "The Song of the Shirt" (w/o) - SHARP SG 2003 p55 6v & ch from Louie Hooper "Here's to my tin" ---- CREIGHTON SBNS 1932 pp133-4 Richard Hartlan "Western Ocean" - EDWARDS OSB 1971 pp260-2 Dooky Neilson 1968 "This Old Hat of mine"/ pp262-3 "Across the Western Plains" - EDWARDS AUFS 1972 p153 Tony Davis, Queensland, Australia 1970 "Across the Western Ocean" -- James HENDERSON, #115, Dundee, Angus 1928 - Alex CAMPBELL, Ythan Wells, Aberdeensh 1929, #056 rec on Dictaphone cylinder by James M. Carpenter Dundee 1928: 141 (4 other shantymen rec) - Harry WESTAWAY, rec by PK, Belstone, Devon: tape, 1950 - Bill WESTAWAY, his brother (on 16mm b/w cinefilm) rec by PK, Belstone 1954 - A L LLOYD with Alf Edwards (Engl conc) BRITISH INFORMATION SERVICES RS-120 1963 - WATERSONS: TOPIC 12-T-142 1966 & 12-TPS-205 1966 from Kidson - Lea NICHOLSON (conc + ch starting with soft humming): LEADER LER-3010 1971 - Martin WYNDHAM-READ: LEADER LER-2028 1971 "Oh for me grog" - Bill HORNE rec Ship Inn Blaxhall Suffolk: TRANSATLANTIC XTRS-1141 1974 - George 'Tom' NEWMAN rec by Mike Yates, Clanfield, Oxfordsh: TOPIC 12-T-254 1975/ TOPIC TSCD-663 1998 Drink "My Old Hat that I got on" - Jeff WARNER & co: COLLECTOR (USA) CL- 1928 1977 - YETTIES 14/11/87: CASS-60-0555 - George COWLE, rec by Neil Lanham, Sturmer, Essex: "We'll call for the grog" NLCD 5/6

ALL FOURS - GAME OF CARDS

ALL FROLLICKING I'LL GIVE OVER - MY PARENTS REARED ME TENDERLY

ALL GLORY TO GOD - "and peace upon earth" - Christmas Carol - ROUD#2484 - FMJ 3:2 1976 pp153-154 Janet Blunt Ms: Wm Walton, Adderbury, Oxfordsh 1917 "A Carol for Christmas"

ALL GOD'S CHILDREN - EVERYBODY TALK ABOUT HEAVEN

ALL HAIL AND PRAISE - "the sacred morn" - Carol -- Ralph THOMAS, rec by Peter Duddridge, Ashton-under-hill, Gloucestersh 1963: 6"RTR-0872/ 504 (4v only)

ALL HAIL THE DEWY MORNING - BAFFLED KNIGHT

ALL HANDS AWAY TOMORROW - OUR CAPTAIN CALLS

ALL HANDS HIGH - Hornpipe - MITTEL #59 p23 (Bb)

ALL HANDS ROUND - Reel (G) - CRANITCH #73 p153 - O'NEILL MOI #1188/ DMI #467 - Cf LIMBER UP

ALL I WANT ---- THE ALMANAC SINGERS rec NY 1941-2: PRISM PLATCD 704 2001

ALL IN A BOTTLE OF GIN - BOTTLE OF GIN

ALL IN A DAY - Song about a ship launching - comp by Alex Glasgow -- Peter BELLAMY: LEADER LER-2089 1975

ALL IN A DREAM - "I flew away on the back of a raven" soldiers throw down their guns - comp by GM 1962 -- Graeme MILES (voc/ banjo): 229

ALL IN A GARDEN GREEN - Playford Country Dance - WILLIAMSON BFT 1976 p24 -- Trevor CROZIER Consort: ARGO ZFB-80 1970

ALL IN A MORNING VERY FAIR - DUKE'S HUNT

ALL IN (DOWN) AND OUT BLUES - American "Hard Times" Song comp by Uncle Dave Macom -- Hedy WEST: FONTANA STL-5432 1967/ CASS 0482 from Uncle Dave Macom - HESPERUS with Mike SEEGER: GREENHAYS GR-90718 1988 CASS-0793

ALL IN GREEN MY LOVE WENT RIDING -- Martin CARTHY (voc/gtr) Dave SWARBRICK (fid) Radio 2 28/12/88: CASS-60-0849

ALL IN THE GREENWOOD - TREE IN THE WOOD

ALL IN THE MORNING - "It was on Christmas day and -" - Easter Carol of the life of our Lord as marked by the Festivals of the year - ROUD#287 - SANDYS CC 1833 Cornwall (w/o) - VAUGHAN WILLIAMS ETEC 1919 pp4-7 Mr Hall, Castleton, Derbysh 1v/m (rest from SHAWCROSS OCCC) "And all in the morning" - see DEAN-SMITH notes p47 -- CROOKFINGER JACK (with organ) Radio 2: 7/4/80: CASS-0416

ALL IN THE SILENT HOUR OF NIGHT - HIGHLAND MARY

ALL IN TOGETHER - "this fine weather - when I call your birthday please jump in - January" etc - Children's Skipping Rhyme - RITCHIE Golden City p129 descr of "Big Rope" skippng -- rec by Damian Webb, 3/19 St John's Juniors, Workington Lancs 1961: 197 #2 #16 & #78 - another version rec by Damian Webb, 4/4 (better rec), Workington 1960 #9/2 - another version: rec by Damian Webb, 18/8 Pickering, Yorksh Junior girls 1961 "We all count two you've got to touch your shoe" 3456 etc -Film on the "Seasons" in London Street Games by PK titled "ONE POTATO TWO POTATO" BFI Experimental Project

ALL IS WELL - "O what is it that steals upon my frame?" - BS by Ford (Chesterfield)1830s (Palmer Reprint 2001)

ALL'S WELL - "Deserted by the waning moon (or declining day)" - Many BSs

ALL JOLLY FELLOWS THAT FOLLOW THE PLOUGH - "'Twas early one morning before break of day" - DEAN-SMITH Guide 1954 has "WE ARE all jolly fellows" - ROUD#346 - Bs by Thomas FORD of Irongate, Chesterfield 1830s (Roy Palmer Reprint 2001) p23 "Jolly Ploughboys" - SBG 9:#49 "When four o'clock comes then up we do rise" - BARING-GOULD SOW #3 (Rev Ed only) - B-G Ms #31 (1889-1890) #131 (a) James Mortimer, Princetown FWB 1890 (b) James Olver, Launceston FWB 1889 (c) tune publ in Rev Ed (source unknown) (d) Walker Broadside - BARRETT EFS 1891 #17 p30 "The Old Farmer" - BROADWOOD ECS 1893 pp64-5 Mr Bennell (c): Oxfordsh & Hampshire (m/o) "'Twas Early One Morning" - GREIG FSNE 1909-14 #158 - GREIG- DUNCAN 3 #418 2var - SHARP Ms Cf 1 p357 (3) - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 #253 pp191-193 James Lovell, Balls Cover, Somerset 1908/ David Oaten, Taunton, Somerset 1907 1v/m/ Mrs Overd, Langport, Somerset 1904 1v/m/ Wm Nott, Meshaw, Devon 1905 1v/m - JFSS 3:4 (13) 1909 pp278-280 Gardiner: Benjamin Arnold, Easton, Hampsh 1906 - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 pp207-8 #238 Wm Falconer, Taynton, Oxfordsh (w/o) - KIDSON-MOFFAT Garland 1926 p54 - KIDSON GEF 1926 pp54-5 - ORD BB 1930 - HENDERSON VSB 1937 pp117-118 BS (w/o) - BALDRY RSC 1939 p175 Norfolk (w/o) - ED&S; 30:1 1968 Kidson GEF - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #241 p549 Charlie Wilson 1952 8v/m - O'SHAUGHNESSEY LLL pp14- 15 Brian Dawson: Jack Redford, Branston, Lincolnsh 1967 - WALES WWD 1976 pp44-45 George Attrill, Fittleworth, Sussex 1958 - McCOLL-SEEGER TSES 1977 pp307-8 Nelson Ridley (gypsy) Essex 1974 "AJF that handles the P" - PALMER EBECS 1979 #3 pp20-21 Philip Donnellan: Arthur Lane, Corvedale, Shropsh 1974 - GARDHAM ERS 1982 p15 John Hodson, Aldbrough, Yorksh 1972/ pp46-7 BS (w/o) - FMJ 5:3 1987 pp346-8 Ian Russell: Frank Hinchcliffe, Sheffield, Yorksh 1970 - HOWSON SSIS 1992 pp62-3 Tony Harvey, Tannington, Suffolk (w/o) "Jolly Fine Fellows" -- Unnamed male singer & ch rec Ambleside Westmoreland 1940: RPL 2522 (78 rpm) - Luther "Luke" STANLEY & Plough Jags rec by PK, Barrow-on-Humber, Lincolnsh 1953: RPL 19028/ BRITISH INFORMATION SERVICES RS-120 1963/ 105 - Charlie WILSON rec by PK, Empingham, Rutland 21/10/52: RPL 19337/ 023 - Fred JORDAN rec by PK, Diddleburu, Wenlock, Shropsh 1952: RPL 18697/ rec by Mike Yates & Bill Leader, Aston Munslow, Shropsh: 130/ TOPIC 12-T-150 1966/ TSCD-655 (Rural) "We're all jolly fellows as follows the plough" - Frank STEELE rec by Seamus Ennis, Banff 1952: RPL 18776 - Enos WHITE rec by Bob Copper, Axford, Hampsh: RPL 21858 - Ernest JEFFREY, rec by PK, Wisbech, Cambridgesh 1956: RPL 23622 & Arthur ABBS (85), rec by PK, Whaddon, Cambridgesh (nr Royston, Hertfordsh) 24/7/56: 423 -- Basil & WISBECH CHILDREN'S CHOIR rec by PK 23.7.56: 7"RTR-0077/ 424 - WATERSONS rec by PK, Festival Hall, London: EMI CLP-1910 1965 - George BELTON rec by Tony Wales, Madehurst, Sussex: EFDSS LP-1008 1967/ rec by Karl Dallas, Lewes Arms, Lewes: TRANSATLANTIC XTRS-1150 1975 - Bob HART rec by Tony Engle, Snape, Suffolk: TOPIC 12-TS-225 1973 - Martin WYNDHAM-READ (unacc): LEADER LER-2092 1975 - Bob MILLS rec by Sam Richards, Alresford, Hampsh: FOLKWAYS FE-38553 CASS-1292 - Tommy CHAPPLE rec by Michael Feist, Hare Down, Knowstowe, Devon 1973: CASS-0330 "Ri tooral" ch

ALL MY FRIENDS -- MERRYMAKERS (Steel Band instrum from Antigua) rec by PK, London 1960: 917

ALL MY TRIALS - SING OUT Reprint vol 2 p7 -- Joan BAEZ: VANGUARD SVXL-100 1963

ALL NODDIN' - WE'RE ALL NODDIN'

ALL OF A ROW - "We are three jolly boys all of a row" - Drinking Song - SPIN Mag 4/5 p31 - see ALL OF A ROW - MONEY-O -- The Liverpool SPINNERS rec by PK, 1960 London: EMI CLP-1500 1962/ 291/ FONTANA STL- 5431 1967/ CONTOUR 6870502 1967 "Live Performance" rec by Terry Brown Sept 1966 - George SPICER rec by Mike Yates, Selsfield, Sussex: TOPIC 12-T-235 1974 "Three Jolly Boys" - RATTLEBONE & PLOUGHJACK: ISLAND HELP-24 1976 Frank Beeston, Balsham, Cambrideshire (as a rhyme recited by Molly Dancers)

ALL OF A ROW - "The corn is all ripe and the reapings begin" - ROUD#1474 - BARING-GOULD Minstrelsy vol 2 p34 - PALMER ECS 1979 #15 p37 Baring Gould4v/ch/m -- Cf HARVEST SONG

ALL OF A SUDDEN IT STOPPED - "Now Muggins went out in a motor car once - at motor car work he was only a dunce" - going down hill stopped at brick wall - steeplejack - girl sliding down banisters - card-playing etc - Music Hall song - Bill SMITH (71), Bridgnorth, Shropsh rec by his son Andrew 1983 (copy of cass with 25 songs): 5"RTR-0906

ALL OF THEM MAKE ME TIPSY - OLD ENGLISH ALE

ALL ON BOARD OF A MAN OF WAR - "Would you know, pretty Nan, how we pass our time?" - BSs

ALL ON ONE WINTER'S MORNING - "when me and my love did part" - SHARP FSSA #146 (2 versions) J.L.Baker, Berea, Madison Co., Ky 1917/ Mrs Margaret Dunagan, St Helens, Lee Co., Ky 1917 (mentions Will Murphy riding by her side) "One Cold Winter's Morning"

ALL ON THE SPANISH SHORE - SPANISH FIGHT - SPANISH PLAY

ALL ON SPURN POINT - SPURN POINT

ALL ON THE BELFAST MOUNTAINS - BELFAST MOUNTAINS

ALL OVER THOSE HILLS - "was a place called Hop and Bottle" - MacCOLL-SEEGER 1977 pp259-261 from Carolyne Hughes, gypsy, Dorset

ALL QUIET ON THE POTOMAC -- SONGS WITH A STORY Ian Bradley 13/10/89 (George Mitchell 1955 prod Charles Chilton): CASS-0165

ALL ROUND MY HAT - "All around my hat I vears a green willow" - (Cf LAWS #P31) - ROUD#567 - Bs by FORD of Chesterfield 1830s (Palmer Reprint 2001) "The Green Willow" - BSs by Such & Fortey - SBG vol 4 #432 - Alt titles "All round my cap" - CHAPPELL NEA 1838 #3 & 108 - CHAPPELL PMOT 1858 #66 - ASHTON MSB 1888 pp173-4 Bs (w/o) - BARING-GOULD GCS #11 p26 4v - HAMMOND FSOD 1908 (note on street song popular in 1830s) - JOYCE OIFMS p47 Co Limerick 1v/m - GILLINGTON SOR 1911 1v dance-song - VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Ms Essex (tune like Westaways) - JOYCE OIFM 1909 #90 - JFSS 31 1922 p37-8 Chappell - JFSS 8:34 1930 pp202-5 Hammond: Mrs Crawford, West Milton, Dorset 1906 (notes) - REEVES EC 1960 p44 Hammond: Mrs Crawford - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #145 p345 Harry Westaway, Belstone, Devon 1951 4v/m - CREIGHTON NS 1950 p126 - DAWNEY PG 1977 p4 Butterworth: Edmund Knight, Washington, Sussex 1907 ("Phoebe & William") --- CREIGHTON MFS 1962 pp80-1 Ned Mackay, Sandy Stoddard & Neil O Brien, NS 1953-4 -- Tune used for BONNY GATESHEAD LASS - DEATH OF BRUGH - GREEN WILLOW - POOR LITTLE FISHER BOY - Cf NOBLEMAN'S WEDDING (LAWS P-31) -- Peter KENNEDY (voc/ mel) from Harry WESTAWAY Belstone Devon 1950: 015 - Jack LANGSTAFF (unaccomp): TRADITION TLP- 1009 1957 - MAGPIE'S BAND: FOLTRACKS 321 instrum dance version - STEELEYE SPAN: Chrysalis CHR-1091 1975 words from FAREWELL HE (see PURSLOW CL 1972 p32) - Orig Masters: CHRYSALIS CJT-3 (D) 1977/ rec Cambridge Festival 1982: CASS 15-0753 - Tommy DEMPSEY (voc/gtr): LEADER LER 2096 1976 "Tri-coloured Ribbon-O" Female political version - New words by Sean O Casey sung by John Cavanagh (with piano) 7/4/80: CASS-0416 -- Helen Creighton coll, Nova Scotia: FOLKWAYS FE-4307

ALL ROUND THE LONEY-O - CRUEL MOTHER

ALL ROUND THE ROOM - ELLEN TAYLOR

ALL STAR BARN DANCE, THE - SHASKEEN 2 #65 p50 (A)

ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD - "take for instance Freddy's nose - for it shines like a light in the middle of the night - all that shivers is not jelly - take for instance Freddy's belly" - - Ewan McCOLL TOPIC 12-T-41 learnt in Salford as a boy - Ruth BURDON (frag) rec Sandwich, Kent 27/2/82: CASS-90-0626

A' THE BIRDIES I' THE AIR - "tickle tail to my tail" - Children's Arch figure with prisoner Singing Game ending with tug-o-war - COWAN DOUGLAS/BRIGGS publ for Brownies by Girl Guides Assoc coll in Perthsh

ALL THE BOYS IN OUR TOWN (London) - "lead a happy life except poor () and he wants a wife - he huddles her, he cuddles her, sits her on his knee" - Children's Ring Game - ROUD#12969 - GREIG-DUNCAN 8 2002 #1577 p127 (2var w/o) "All the men in our town"/ "The Bachelor" (kiss at end) - THOMPSON Lark Rise 1939 p165 - OPIE SG 1985 #21 pp130-3 -- rec by Alan Lomax, Aberdeen 1952 181 #10 "All the boys in London" with part of "The Big Ship Sails" - THE CRITICS Group: ARGO ZFB-64 1968 "Female Frolic"

ALL THE GOOD TIMES - comp by Bob Pegg -- Mr FOX: TRANSATLANTIC TRA- 236 1971

ALL THE GOOD TIMES C & W version of TURTLE DOVE or TRUELOVER'S FAREWELL -- SWAN ARCADE: LEADER LER-2032 1973

ALL THE LADS IN BONNY UDNY - BONNY UDNY

ALL THE LADS IN THE VILLAGE -"while the girls of our village are dressing and gadding" - BSs

ALL THE LITTLE CHICKENS IN THE GARDEN - LITTLE FARM

ALL THE MONTHS OF THE YEAR - MONTHS OF THE YEAR

ALL THE NIGHT I LAY WITH JOCKEY -- Anthony & Carole ROBB (N- pipes), Colin ROSS (fid), Alistair ANDERSON (Engl conc): TOPIC 12-TS-278 1978 bef "The Peacock followed the hen"

ALL THE PRETTY LITTLE HORSES - coll by LOMAX -- ODETTA (with gtr) rec USA: TRADITION TLP-1025 1958/ ODETTA: VANGUARD SRL-7624 1965(?) (set of 4 LPs titled "Folk Song & Minstrelsy" by The Book of the Month Club) - Alan LOMAX (voc/gtr) rec by PK, London: TRADITION TLP-1029 1958

ALL THE RAGE - RAGE

ALL DA SHIPS IR SAILIN - Shetland -- Tom ANDERSON & Ali BAIN (fids) with Violet TULLOCH (piano): TOPIC 12-TS-379 1978 with "Sheldor Geo" & "Mak a Kishie Needle Dye"

ALL THE TREES THEY ARE SO HIGH - YOUNG AND GROWING

ALL THE WAY TO BARNA - March - ROCHE 2 #335 p58 (D) 2/4

ALL THE WAY TO GALWAY - Reel - BAYARD DTF 1982 #19 p24 - BREATHNACH CRE 2 1976 #282 p144 (Dm) - COLE p21 - GIBLIN 1933 #15 p8 2/4 (D) - O'NEILL (not in MOI) DMI #999 & WS #80 _ KERR MM 2 #409 p46 (C) "Yankee Doodle" & MM 3 #74 p10 (Em) "A' the way to Galloway" - KENNEDY FTB 1 1951 p26/ 1994 #108 p28 (D) 2var "Yankee Doodle" - Tunebook Ms #77 p375 (G) 2/4 & Song Air #86 p201 - PETRIE (Stanford) #849 - JIFSS 15 p18 - ROCHE 3 #109 p34 (Dm) - WESTROP #54 p20 - tune used for DROPS OF BRANDY ("Strip the Willow" Dance) in Northumberland - Cf MOLLY PUT THE KETTLE ON - Tunebook Ms 2/4 (D) #86 p201 (Yankee Doodle) -- Ned PEARSON (fid) rec by PK, Cambo, Northumb. 16/6/54: RPL 20621 talk bef about dance "Drops of Brandy" - George ARMSTRONG (fid) rec by PK, Camp Hill, Barrasford, Northumberland 1954: 121 - Tom POTTER (mel), rec by PK, Hawkhurst, Kent 4/9/63 RTR-0985 with talk about "niggering" - Peter KENNEDY (mel): 323 --- Franklin GEORGE (H- pipes) Bluefield, West Virginia: SAYDISC Matchbox SDM-229 1972 aft "Wearing of the Green" - Jack ARMSTRONG & BARNSTORMER'S BAND rec by PK 1954: SMITHSONIAN-FOLKWAYS SFW-40473 1999 "Yankee Doodle" -- Micho RUSSELL (whistle) rec by Edward Harber & Phil Ochs PWCD 80001 1995/ 155 bef "Gan Ainm"

ALL THINGS ARE QUITE SILENT - "each mortal at rest" - bold ruffians entered our cave - forced my dear jewel to plough the salt wave - begged hard for my sailor - might live happy" - ROUD#2532 - JFSS 2:8 1906 p202-3 RVW: Ted Baines, Lower Beeding, Sussex 1904 - PENGUIN BEFS 1959 p13 RVW: Ted Baines - PALMER RVW 1983 #97 pp149-150 Ted Baines -- Shirley COLLINS & her sister Dolly (flute-organ): TOPIC 12-T-170 1967 - STEEL EYE SPAN: B & C/ CREST-22 1970/ CS-12 1973 (RVW version) - Jo FREYA SAYDISC SDL-402 1993 CD & cass

ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL - Hymn tune (comp by Martin Shaw?) - TINY TIM -- Ewan McCOLL tune used for parody "Up the Mucky Mountains" (Salford) TOPIC 12-T-41 1959/ CASS-60-0202

ALL THOSE ENDEARING YOUNG CHARMS - MY LODGING IS ON THE COLD, COLD GROUND

ALL THROUGH MI RAKLI - "kicking up a goudli" - Romany Gypsy Song - ROUD#852 - GILLINGTON SOR 1911 "Mandi jalled to pull the grai" - FMJ 1975 p71 Mike Yates: Mary Ann Haynes - see also MANDI WENT TO POOV THE GRAI -- Mary Anne HAYNES rec by Mike Yates, Sussex: TOPIC 12-T-253 1975

ALL THROUGH THE ALE/ BEER/ TOBACCO etc - ALL FOR THE GROG

ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT -- Paul ROBESON with Ch & Orch: PHILIPS GL 5765 1958 - Mary O HARA: WARWICK RECORDS WW 5072 1979

ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT - POOR MARY ANN - THERE IS A MARKET DOWN OUR WAY

ALL TOGETHER LIKE THE FOLK O SHIELDS - FOLK O SHIELDS

ALL UNDER THE LEAVES - UNDER THE LEAVES

ALL UNDER THE NEW MOWN HAY - NEW MOWN HAY

ALL UNDER THE STARS - BLUE FLAME

ALL YOU LADS THAT GO A-COURTING - TWENTY-EIGHTEEN

ALL YOU PADDIES LAY DOWN - PADDY BACKWARDS

ALL YOU THAT ARE TO MIRTH INCLINED - SINNER'S REDEMPTION

ALL (YOU) THAT'S PIERCED BY CUPID'S DARTS - A-CUSHLA-MACHREE

ALL YOU THAT LOVE A BIT OF FUN - TITHE PIG

ALL YOU THAT LOVE TO HEAR MUSIC - BRIXHAM TOWN

ALL YOU THAT ROAM - BRIDGWATER FAIR

ALL YOU YOUNG GIRLS - "of where'er you be" - Are you the father of my infant child? - beware of strangers and think on me - he has left me I know not what to do" - ROUD#7002 -- Robert CINNAMOND rec by PK & Sean O Boyle, Belfast 1955: 158

ALLAN WATER - "On the banks of " ROUD#4259 - BSs by Catnach - HERD 1869 1 pp180-1 -- Andrew FRANK, Michael HEBBERT (conc): FREE REED FRR-009 1977

ALLEGHANIES - "One morning, one morning, one morning in May" - married man - single woman - ROUD#3132 - PARLER ABB 1963 p1 Mrs Katherine Morris, Ark 1959 (w/o)

ALLEGRO - Tunebook Ms 6/8 (D) #171 p420

ALLEMANDE - ALDRIDGE'S

ALLEN-A-DALE - "has no faggot for burning" - CHILD#138 "Robin Hood & A" - ROUD#3298 - Bss by Catnach & Walker - BELL EB 1856 pp65-68 from Ritson (w/o) - GREIG-DUNCAN 1 p292 (w/o)

ALLENDALE - Northumberland - FIRE CUSTOM with house-visiting, procession & bonfire - New Year's Eve - descr of custom in 1948 by W Fisher Cassie in EFDSS Magazine - with black-faced "guysers" house visiting in fancy dress - procession of burning tar-trays circles bonfire counter-clockwise

ALLEN AND SALLY - "twas in the evening of a wintry day" - BSs incl BG 6 #32

ALLEN'S RETURN - Song Air - Tunebook Ms 2/4 (G) #4 p172

ALLENTOWN, THE - Waltz (A) - KENNEDY 1997 FTB SJ&W #93 p22 14pts

ALLIGATOR SONG - "Way down - in the State of Indiana" - see also CROCODILE -- Warren PAYNE rec by Frank & Anne Warner, Englehard, NC 1951: 926

ALLISON CROSS - "Aul' AC she lives in yon tower" - CHILD #35 "Allison Gross" - ROUD#3212 - BUCHAN 1792-4 Scottish Ballad Book pp23-4 - JAMIESON 2 p187 - ED&S; 55:2 1993 p17 Lizzie Higgins (daughter of Jeannie Robertson), Aberdeen -- Lizzie HIGGINS: LISMOR LIFL 7004 "What a voice" 1985

ALISTER McALISTER - Highland Fling or Strathspey - HAYWOOD #19 p54 (Em) "Mc Allister" - KERR CMM 2 #53 p9 (Am)

ALLISTRUM'S MARCH - ROCHE 2 #p58 6/8 (2 Settings) #332 (Em) & #333 (Am)

ALLOA HOUSE - (Gm) Air (Waltz) - GIBBON - Tunebuuk Ms 3/4 (Bm) #157 pp233

ALLY-ALLY-ALLY-LOO-YAH - GLORY GLORY HALLELUJAH

ALLY CROAKER - "There lived a man in Baleno crazy" - BSs - Comical Song - VOCAL LIB 1822 p270

ALLY CROCKER - Reel or Polka (D) - BRODY p21 "Allie Crocker" - COLE #2 p8 (#D) "Ally Crocker's Favorite" - KERR MM 1 #9 p22 "Ally Crocker" -- Bob RUNDLE (mel) rec by PK, Devon 1978: 124 - John KIRKPATRICK & Sue HARRIS (acc/ ham dulc): TOPIC 12-TS-408 1980 titled "Crocker's Reel"

ALMA - HEIGHTS OF ALMA

ALMAINE -- Roger NICHOLSON (dulc): LEADER LER-2094 1976 from Baltic Lute Book

ALMAN - comp by BJ -- Bert JANSCH (with guitar): TRANSATLANTIC TRA- 235 1971

ALMOST DONE - Leadbelly -- Lonnie DONEGAN on SPINNERS radio prog 9/11/82: CASS-0407

ALONE - comp by Ewan McColl for "On the Edge" Radio Ballad 1964 -- ARGO SPA-216 1972

ALONE, ALONE IN LONDON - "I hear the sound of distant bells" - ROUD 160599 - Sung from the point of view of a woman, now an outcast in the bif city, left alone with her baby, having been deceived by his flattery - Harry COX rec by Charles Parker & Ewan McColl mid 1960s: TOPIC TSCD-512 (D) 2000 (Harry said he learned it from his brother-in-law, Billy Sutton of Yarmouth)

ALONE AS I WENT WALKING - BINSIN LUACHRA (Little Bench of Rushes)

ALONE IN THE HEATHER - STOLEN CHILD

ALONG THE BLACK SEAM - comp by "Sting" -- BATTLEFIELD BAND 25/11/87: CASS-0405

ALONG THE GUISBOROUGH ROAD - "Four miles to travel" - comp by GM 1967 -- Graeme MILES (voc/ guitar): FOLKTRAX 221-C90

ALONG THE RAILWAY - "I went to the circus as gay as a king" - Circus : Dark arches : Along the railway : Circus girl : Betty McGee : Battered and torn : Humbly lay - (SWEET BIDDY McGEE/ Tune: Green Bushes) - ROUD#6965 -- Lena Bourne FISH rec by Frank & Anne Warner 1940: 922

ALONG THE ROAD I TAKE MY WAY - GYPSY

ALONG THE ROSSENDALE - "The cotton mills are closing down all over Lancs" - comp by Nic Jones -- Lea NICHOLSON & Nic JONES (gtr): LEADER LER-3010 1971 - Bernard WRIGLEY (gtr/ mandola/ bass): TOPIC 12-TS-241 1974

ALONG THE SHORES OF BOULARDERIE - "A little further up the line" - Neil McKinnon - cuts hardwood - grocery store - ROUD#2715 - CREIGHTON MFS 1961 p187 Hugh McLean, Dartmouth, NS 1951

ALONG THE YARMOUTH QUAY -- Ray FISHER: Folk on 2 28/4/88: CASS-90-1051

ALONZO THE BRAVE AND FAIR IMOGENE - "Warrior so bold and a virgin so bright" - ROUD#4433 - Many BSs incl SBG Vol 7 #231 - FLANDERS & BROWN Vermont pp126-9 -- Pat Ford rec by Sidney Robertson, Central Valley, Califorenia 1938: Lib of Congress AAFS 4195B

ALOUETTE, L' - (The Skylark) - CANTELOUBE 1951 4 p317 "Nous plumerons" -- Ernest & his daughter Mary SAUVAGE (mel) rec by PK, Catel, Guernsey CI 1/5/57: RPL LP 23838/ RTR-0728-50/ 213/ Radio prog tape - Wilfred MAHY - Jack HARQUOIL & family, Jersey: RPL LP 26235/ 012 - Clari NOEL (voc with fiddle) rec St Helier 1960: 214/ 244/ also on "AS I ROVED OUT" Radio prog tape

ALP HORN - Recordings - see INSTRUMENTS Listing under HORN & TRUMPET

ALPHABET, THE - A-B-C - ILLY-ILLY-ALLY- O, LISTEN TO THE RADIO (K)

ALPHABET SONG, THE - "A is for .." - ROUD#159 - DUNSTAN CDFS 1932 p18 Jim Thomas, Camborne, Cornwall 1931 ("When I was young I went to school")- REEVES IP 1958 #3 p63 Sharp: "A for Apple" (w/o) - HUGILL 1961 p456 "Sailor's" (A is for the anchor")- GUNDRY CK 1966 p52 PK: Bill Barber, Cadgwith, Cornwall 1956 "Sailor's" - HUGILL 1969 p171 "Bosun's" - RUGBY SONGS 1967 p81 "A is for cuntholes" - PALMER TOTT 1974 p270 Bs (Nottingham Univ Lib 89375) titled "The People's Comic Alphabet"/ Tune used PK coll publ Gundry CK 1966 p52 mentions John Bull, Queen Victoria etc - PALMER PV 1974 p270 "People's Alphabet" broadside - PALMER RS 1977 p70 "Soldier's" - GARDHAM ERS 1982 Edward Kirk, Kilnwick, Yorkshire 1972 "Artillery" - ED&S; 47:2 1985 p15 Carpenter: Wm Fender, Barry, Glamorgansh "Haul Together" ("Sailor's") - PALMER OBSS 1986 #107 p220 Johhny Doughty "Sailor's"/ #142 p281 Bob Roberts "Bargeman's" - ED&S; 49:2 1987 p19 Mary Hurst: Ernest Collingwood, Bournemouth, Hampsh 1964 "Sailor's" - HOWSON SSIS 1992 pp104-5 from Harold Smy, Ipswich, Suffolk (w/o) "Bargeman's" --- CREIGHTON SBNS 1932 p210 Ben Henneberry/ Hiram O Hilshie & Charlie Hartlan "Sailor's" & "Lumbermen's" - MORRIS FSOF 1950 pp57-58 Miss Mildred Masters, Fla (w/o) "Seaman's" - LEACH Labrador 1965 1 p178-80 "Air Force & Army versions" - PEACOCK SNO 1965 1 p4 "A was an apple"/ p125 "Fisherman's"/ 3 pp885-6 Mrs Gladys Snow, Nfl 1958 "Sailor's" - WARNER TAFS 1984 p416 "A is for Adam" - IVES FSNB 1989 pp87- 90 Wilmot McDonald 1974 "Lumberman's" - ILLY ILLY ALLY-O LISTEN TO THE RADIO -- William FARQUHAR rec by James M Carpenter, Maud, Aberdeensh & William RENNIE, South Shields, Durham c1928: 142 "Sailor's" - Walter BARNES, Brixham, Devon, 1943: RPL 9593-4 (78rpm) (recited) "Fisherman's" - Stanley SLADE, rec by PK, Bristol 1950 - Stan HUGILL rec 1954: RPL 20223 - Bob ROBERTS rec by PK, Ipswich, Suffolk 1953: 047 "Bargeman's"- Stan HUGILL rec London 1954: RPL 20223 "Bosun's" - Ben BAXTER rec by Seamus Ennis, Southrepps, Norfolk 1955: RPL 22158/ 234 "Seaman's" - Clifford JENKINS (with acc) rec by PK, St Mary's, Scilly Isles 1956: 217/ 309 A-ROVING 1968 #3/ SAYDISC SDL-405 1994 - Bill BARBER (from Scilly) rec by PK, Cadgwith, Cornwall 1956 - Vic TRENWITH (bus-diver & guide), rec by PK, St Marys, Scilly 1956: 309 A-ROVING 1968 #3 - Sam LARNER rec by Philip Donellan, Winterton, Norfolk 1956 : RPL REC-111 1971/ TOPIC 12-T-244 1974/ TSCD-662 "Sailor's" - MERRYMAKERS (Antigua Steel Band with vocal), rec by PK, London 1960: 917 - Rowland KELLETT, Leeds rec by PK, London 1963: 209 & 516 "Artillery"- FAIRPORT CONVENTION: ISLAND ILPS-9176 1971 --- Mrs May Kennedy McCORD, Mo: LIB OF CONGRESS AAFS-L-12 1941 - John GALUSHA rec by Frank & Anne Warner, NY 1947: 921 "Woodman's" - Capt Leighton ROBINSON rec by Sam Eskin, Mill Valley, California, 1951; American Library of Congress AAFS-L26 "Sailor's" - Tom KINES acc Russell THOMAS: (RCA VICTOR PC/PCS-1014)/ CASS-0233 "Shantyman's"

ALSTON FLOWER SHOW - Cumberland -- Joe HUTTON (N-pipes): TOPIC 12-TS-227 1974 - Chris ORMSTON (N-pipes) rec Morpeth by Kim Bibby 1998: SMITHSONIAN-FOLKWAYS SFW-40473 1999 aft "Keening in the Wind"

ALSTON CLOG HORNPIPE, THE - Cumberland - HONEYMAN #3 p49 (F) "Clog Dance" - KOHLER 1 p28 (F) For Clog Dance arr W.B.Laybourn - KENNEDY FTB 1998 #3 p3 (D)

ALTERATION OF THE TIMES - "Come listen, my neighbours and hear a merry ditty" - Many BSs incl SBG vol 7 #249 - see RIGS OF THE TIME

ALTHOUGH I'M SEVENTY TWO - CHEER, BOYS, CHEER

ALTHOUGH IT COST ME MANY A PANG - GRAINGER ONS#95/ RNS #59 Mrs Burton, Brigg, Lincolnsh 1905

ALTHOUGH MY NAME IT IS MARIA - POISON IN A GLASS OF WINE

ALTHOUGH THE DAY IT MAY BE SUNNY - GED IS GRIANACH AN LATHA

ALWAYS BEEN A RAMBLER -- MY PARENTS REARED ME TENDERLY

ALWAYS WELCOME - Hornpipe - O'NEILL MOI #1755/ DMI #927 (A) 3pts

AM BOTHAM A BH'AIG FIONNGHUALA - (Fionnghuala's bothy) - Scots Gaelic Mouth music -- Calum JOHNSTON rec by The School of Scottish Studies: TANGENT TNGM-110 1971

AM BRON MARA - SEA SORROW

AM I BORN TO DIE? - ROUD#6678 - LOMAX FSNA p246

AM I THE DOCTOR? - SAILOR FROM DOVER

AMANG - AMONG

AMATEUR HORNPIPE, THE - (A) - COLE #1 p90 comp or arr J.Hand? "Can be used as a Clog"

AMATEUR WHITEWASHER, THE - "Now I'm a very handy man, to save it's all my plan" - ROUD#1754 - comp by Lee & Murray publ Asherberg -- John FOREMAN (v/ group): 331 - Cyril POACHER rec by Karl Dallas, "The Ship Inn", Blaxhall, Suffolk: TRANSATLANTIC XTRS-1141 1974 - rec by Ginette Dunn, Grove Farm, Blaxhall, Suffolk 1974: MT-CD-303 "Slap Dab"

AMAZING GRACE - "how sweet the sound" - ROUD#5430 - aka "New Britain", "Symphony" "Solon" "Redemption" - Origin of melody unknown - words by John Newton (1725-1807) - found in Foster Ratliff's "New Baptist Songbook"- Before becoming a preacher Newton piloted slave ships - for another John Newton hymn see GREEN FIELDS - SPIN mag 9/1 1972 p3 - LOMAX ABFS pp573-4 & FSUSA pp344-5 - RITCHIE --Mrs Ed PRESNELL (dulc): TRADITION TLP-1007 1956-7 - Howard ADAMS & congregation of Thornton Old Regular Baptist Church, Mayking, Kentucky Sept 1959: ROUNDER CD-1704 1997 - HARMON FAMILY rec by Sandy Paton 1961: FOLK LEGACY FSA-23 Beech Mt #2 - Horton BARKER Virginia, USA: FOLKWAYS FA 2362 1962 - Thornton Church, May King, Kentucky: Baptist Hymns & White Spirituals from the Southern Mountains NEW WORLD 294 1977 - Jean RITCHIE (with audience): 920 - Pamela WARRICK-SMITH (unacc) GREENHAYS GR-90721 1990 CASS- 0798 --- SPINNERS (Group): EMI EMC-3044 1974 - Billy BENNINGTON (h-dulc) rec Jim COUZA, Barford, Norfolk 20/7/82 CASS-0871 - Micho RUSSELL of Doolin, Co Clare (whistle) rec by Edward Harber & Bill Ochs PWCD 80001 1995/ 155 bef "St Anne's Reel" & "Sporting Nelly" - Peter BELLAMY with Anthea, Louis Killen, Bill Shute & Lisa Null, Dave Swarbrick, Watersons, Royston & Heather Wood TOPIC 1979/ FLEDGLING FLE-1002 1992 "Both Sides Now & Then"

AMAZON - Interior - PERU

AMAZON HORNPIPE - COLE #7 p97 (G)

AMBELL I GAN - (An Occasional Song) - Welsh - JWFSS 1956-7 5 pt1 p13 - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #49 Watcyn u Feirion coll EC Bala Merionethsh -- Emrys CLEAVER 1954: 005

AMBER TRESSES (TIED IN BLUE) - "Far away in sunny mountains where the merry sunbeams play" - ROUD#4230 - RANDOLPH Ozark FS 4 p327 -- The Carter family (Trio), Atlanta, Ga 23/2/32: BLUEBIRD B-5185-B/ 7"RTR-0313-4

AMBROSE MALONEY'S - Reel - SHASKEEN 2 #5 p6 (G) - Cf RAVELLED HANK OF YARN

AMBULANCES - Children's Omens (1) "I go to school in Poplar whenever we see a white A or any A we say: Touch me head, touch me toes, please God never let me go in one of those" (and we do the actions) - (2) "When I see an A I hold my collar and say: Hold your collar, never swallow, never have the fever, nor your mother, nor your fatrher, nor nobody else" - (3) "I come frae Brigham in Coomberlan an when I say an A I say: Touch my fingers, touch my toes, pray I'll never go in one of those" - (4) Child in Purley, Surrey: "When we see an A or white horse we always say: Hold your collar, never swallow, never catch the fever"- (5) I live in Fishnorth (?) "When I see an A I cross my fingers until I see a four-legged animal" - (6) "I come from Ipswich and if we see an A go by we say: You mustn't swallow until you see a four-legged animal" - (7) I go to school in Poplar - (8) 4 legged animal "you take your hands away and it will bring you good luck" - 199

AMEN MEANS SO BE IT - "half a loaf and a threepenny bit - two men, four feet, walking down O'Connell Street - shouting out pig's feet one and two a pound" - Children's rhyme - OPIE LLSC p87 Version in Welsh -- Dominc BEHAN of Dublin: TOPIC 12-T-41 1959

AMERICAN, THE - TRUE AMERICAN

AMERICAN BOOT DANCE, THE - Clog or Two-Step - KERR MM 3 #358 p39 (F/Dm) -- Michael HEBBERT (conc & nuts): FREE REED FRR-009 1977

AMERICAN COUNTRY MUSIC - COUNTRY MUSIC

AMERICAN DANCE - DANCE

AMERICAN DWARF, THE - FROST IS ALL OVER

AMERICAN FRIGATE, THE - PAUL JONES

AMERICAN HORNPIPE - COLE #8 p114 (D) - KERR MM 2 #345 p38 (A)

AMERICAN INDIAN - CANADA - SOUTH AMERICA - USA - AMERICAN WOODS - APACHE FEARS - BURY MY HEART AT WOUNDED KNEE - CAYOTE - ESKIMO WEATHER CHANT - IRA HAYES - IROQUOIS LULLABY - RUNNING BEAR - SOLDIER BLUE - TOKEN -- Recordings - see MUSIC-TYPES Listing

AMERICAN KING, THE - SOME RIVAL HAS STOLEN

AMERICAN PRIVATEER, THE - IRISH PRIVATEER

AMERICAN STRANGER, THE - "I'm a stranger in this country - from America I came" - Polly - Susan - Betty - ROUD#1081 - Bs by John FORD of Chesterfield 1830s (Roy Palmer Reprint 2001) - SBG 4:#413/ 5:#69/ 9:#40 - CHAPPELL PMOT 1858 2 p739 1v/m: "The moon shall be in darkness" - JOYCE AIM 1873 p73 "I am a poor stranger and far from my own" - BRUCE- STOKOE NM 1882 - STOKOE-REAY SBNE 1899 pp170-171 - BARING GOULD Ms 186 (a) Mary Treese, Menheniot FWB 1891 (b) Samuel Fone FWB 1893 (c) Stokoe & Reay p170 (d) Such Broadside - HITCHCOCK FSWC 1974 pp34-5 Mary Treese, Menheniot, Cornwall 1891 "Emigrant's Song" - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 #390 pp576-8 Thomas Downing, Marylebone, London 1908/ Priscilla Cooper, Stafford Common, Staffordsh 1907/ Eliza Small, Langport, Somerset 1905 1v/m - JFSS 3:4 (13) 1909 p309 RVW: Alfred Porter, Basingstoke, Hampsh 1909 1v/m - JFSS 5:18 1914 p67 Sharp: Thomas Downing - GRAINGER #142 George Wray, Brigg, Lincolnsh 1906/ #338 'Daddy' Shepherd, Winchcombe, Gloucestersh 1908 - WILLIAMS #259 John Flux, Filkins, Oxfordsh (w/o) - HENRY #520 p259 1933 "The Strands of Magilligan" - ORD BB 1930 pp127-8 8v (w/o) - O'LOCHLAINN ISB 1939 pp94-5 Dublin mainly Bs "The Sporting Youth" - REEVES IP 1958 p64 Sharp: Priscilla Cooper/ Thomas Downing (w/o) - SEEGER-McCOLL SI 1960 p18 Hughie Graham, Galloway - HEALY OISB 1 1967 pp276-7 Bs (w/o) "Sporting Youth" - STUBBS LOM 1970 Tom Willett (gypsy), Ashford, Middlesex 1960 - PALMER SOM 1972 p37 Sharp: Priscilla Cooper - O'SHAUGHNESSEY YB1 1975 pp1-2 & p61 Grainger: George Wray, Barton-on-Humber, Lincolnsh 1906 (notes on song) - SHIELDS SRT 1981 pp142-4 Tom Anderson, Clooney, Co Derry 1969 "The Strands of Magilligan" --- HUNTINGTON SWS 1964 pp195-7 ship's log 1847 (w/o) "When first into this country" - Another song with this title: THE GREEN MOSSY BANKS OF THE LEA - Tune Cf GREEN BUSHES - William MATHIESON, #009, Turriff, Aberdeensh rec on Dictaphone cylinder by James M.Carpenter, 1929-35/ also rec by Alan Lomax 1950 - Jean MATTHEW, Aberdeensh rec by Seamus Ennis 1952: 261 & 514 - Tom GILFELLON: LEADER LER 2079 1972 from Bruce & Stokoe - Chris WILLETT (gypsy), Paddock Wood, Kent: TOPIC 12-TS-395 1985/ TOPIC TSCD-661 Travellers

AMERICAN WOODS - "Come all you loyal lovers I pray lend an ear" - Young William a blood relative of a Highland girl named McFarlan is press-ganged by her cruel parents - she gives him a ring and he goes to America. Near Fort Niagra in 1869 is murdered by Indians who cut off his ring finger - at this moment his ghost appears to Mary in Scotlahnd, tells of the murder and says he'll wander until she is with him - the girl expires within a week - LAWS #M-36 - ROUD#1809 - CREIGHTON SBNS 1932 pp214-6 Gordon Young, NS 1929+

AMERICANS HAVE STOLEN, THE - SOME RIVAL HAS STOLEN

AMPHITRITE, THE - ROUNDING OF CAPE HORN

AMHRAN AGUS FONN - Song & Air

AMHRAN AN PHOITIN - (Song of the Poteen) -- Kitty RODGERS, rec by Noel Hamilton, Torre Island, Co Donegal 1967: RTR 0615-0623

AMHRAN AN TEI - (Song of the tea) - Maggie DIRRANE, Inishowen, Aran Islands rec by Maud Karpeles & Sidney Robertson Cowell: FOLKWAYS P-1002 1957/ 421

AMHRAN FOSUIOCHTA - (Herding Song) - Lilting/ Love Song - "My love is - so nice I cannot give him up - as comely as a glass in a drinking house" -- Maggie Mc DONAGH of Feenish Island, Co Galway rec by Alan Lomax 1951: 7"RTR-0587/ COLUMBIA SL-204 1952/ ROUNDER CD-1742 1998

AMHRAN MHIUGHINSE - (Song of Mynish) - Irish Gaelic -- Sean Mc DONAGH, Galway: CLADDAGH CC-9 1971

AMHRAN NA mBREAG - (Fenian Liar's Song) -- Bartley Connolly rec by Alan Lomax, Carna, Co Galway 1951: 7"RTR-0591 with interview before with Robin Roberts

AMHRAN NA N-OGIAC - March - ROCHE 3 #217 p82 (D)

AMHRAN NA SCADAN - (Song of the Herring) Irish Gaelic - Supposed to have been composed by an old Torre Island fisherman, now too old to go out; he remembers the delights of fishing in his curragh with only the tarred canvas between him and eternity - this was recorded just after children had been put to bed and they can be heard in the background -- Patsy RODGERS rec by Noel Hamilton, Torre Island 1967: RTR 0615-0623

AMITIE, L' - Comic recitation -- Fred BAKER rec Sark, Channel Islands 14/8/38: RPL 1836

AMONG MY SOUVENIRS - "Last week my honeymoon started" - out came her glass eye - her false teeth " etc - parody of original by Horatio Nicholls) - HOWSON SSIS 1992 p78 Geof Ling (w/o) -- Geoff LING rec by Karl Dallas, Ship Inn, Blaxhall, Suffolk: TRANSATLANTIC XTRS-1141 1974/ rec by Neil Lanham, Blaxhall, Suffolk 1963-5 Double CD n/n & n/d

AMONG THE BARLEY STRAW - BARLEY STRAW

AMONG THE BLUE FLOWERS AND THE YELLOW - WILLIE'S LYKE WAKE

AMONG THE GREEN BRACKENS - KELLYBURN BRAES

AMONG THE GREEN BUSHES - GREEN BUSHES

AMONG THE HAUGHS OF CROMDALE - STRATHEARN

AMONG THE HEATHER - BRAES O' BALQUIDDER (Tannahill) - FAIR O BALNAFANNAN - QUEEN AMONG THE HEATHER - SKIPPIN BARFIT THROUGH THE HEATHER - WILD MOUNTAIN THYME

AMONG THE LEAVES SO GREEN O - KEEPER

AMONG THE LOMOND BRAES - comp by Robert Tannahill - tune: "Going tae the Lomond wi me" -- John McDONALD, Elgin, Moray: TOPIC 12-T-263 1975 "Bonny Lass will ye gang?"

AMONG THE NEW MOWN HAY - NEW MOWN HAY

AMONG THE WHINNY KNOWES - CORNCRAKE

AMONGST - AMONG

AMPHITRITE, THE - ROUNDING OF CAPE HORN

AMPLEFORTH SWORD DANCE, THE - Jig - "T'aud wife of Coverdill" -- Helen KENNEDY (E-conc) rec by PK, Woodbridge, Suffolk 1961: 041 - TRANSPENNINE (Group with fid, banjo & conc): TOPIC 12- TS-215 1971 - Andrew CRONSHAW (instrum): TRANSATLANTIC XTRA- 1139 1974 - Douglas Kennedy talks about dance: 481-493 (on 490)

AMPUTATION - CORK LEG