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impecable estado !! con Maddy Prior - Vocals,martin carthy,.. ...sensacional British folk rock ...UNA MARAVILLA.. !!!

Fue Steeleye Span quien llevó el letrero británico de folk rock en los años 70, con la guitarra de Martin Carthy (más acordeones con bocina y la clara y alta voz de Maddy Prior, fue todo un desafio y su música más atrevida que nunca justo cuando el punk incendiaba el paisaje, hay seguian ellos ".

La portada del álbum es del artista comercial inglés Adrian Chesterman, [3] quien también fue responsable de crear álbumes de arte para, entre otros, Motörhead para su álbum ' Bomber ' de 1979 y Chris Rea para su álbum de 1989 ' Road To Hell '

CARATULA

NM-

DISCO

NM-

AÑO

1977

PAíS

UK

Maddy Prior - vocals
Tim Hart - vocals, guitar
Martin Carthy - vocals, guitar
Rick Kemp - bass guitar, vocals
John Kirkpatrick - vocals, accordion
Nigel Pegrum - drums

Track listing

"Awake, Awake" (Traditional) – 5:07

A love song derived from the Song of Solomon.

"Sweep, Chimney Sweep" (Traditional) – 4:44

This is from the Copper family, here sung a capella.

"The Wife of The Soldier" (Bertolt Brecht, Scott) – 2:40

An anti-war song, a sentiment also on "Fighting For Strangers" on the previous album.

"The Victory" (Traditional) – 8:37

First published by John Ashton ("Modern Street Ballads") in 1888. According to Roy Palmer this is a re-writing of a ballad about General Wolfe.

"The Black Freighter" (Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill) – 5:59

A barmaid in "The Threepenny Opera" has a fantasy about cutting rich men down to size. The song is also known as Pirate Jenny.

"Some Rival" (Traditional) – 3:23

This beautiful love song is possibly as old as 1656. Maddy sings it with a gentle acoustic guitar accompaniment. It is also known as "Some Tyrant" and "A Rival Heart" (Roud 587).

"Treadmill Song" (Traditional) – 6:11

Treadmills were used in English prisons from 1779 to 1902. This was first written down in 1906 in Somerset. also known at "The Gaol Song" or "Durham Gaol" (Roud 1077)

"Seventeen Come Sunday" (Traditional) – 5:09

An early version of this song is by Robert Burns (1792). A tale of very young love. (Roud 277)

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