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Tony Wales: Sussex Folk Songs and Ballads

Tony Wales: Sussex Folk Songs and Ballads (Folkways FS 3805)

Sussex Folk Songs and Ballads
Tony Wales

Folkways Records FG 3515 (LP, USA, 1957);
Smithsonian Folkways FW03515 (CD/DL, USA, 20xx)

Edited and notes by Kenneth S. Goldstein

Liner notes (PDF) at Smithsonian Global Sound

Musicians

Tony Wales, vocals, guitar

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Seventeen Come Sunday (Roud 277; Laws O17; G/D 4:791; Henry H152, H793) (1.46)
  2. Sing Ivy (Roud 12; Child 2; G/D 2:329) (1.32)
  3. Our Goodman (Roud 114; Child 274; G/D 7:1460; Henry H21ab) (2.43)
  4. Piri-Iri-Igdum (Roud 330) (1.27)
  5. On Christmas Night (Roud 597) (2.07)
  6. I've Been to France (Roud 2854) (1.14)
  7. The Banks of Sweet Dundee (Roud 148; Laws M25; G/D 2:224) (4.09)
  8. To Be a Farmer's Boy (Roud 408; Laws Q30; G/D 5:960) (4.05)
  9. Sarie (Roud 16652) (2.33)
  10. Horsham Boys (parody of Roud 738, Buffalo Gals) (1.41)
  1. Buttercup Joe (Roud 1635) (3.05)
  2. The Bailiff's Daughter of Islington (Roud 483; Child 105; G/D 1:168) (2.21)
  3. Henry Martin (Roud 104; Child 250) (2.14)
  4. Bryan O'Lynn (Roud 294; Henry H480a; TYG 27) (2.23)
  5. Four Children's Singing Games: The Farmer's in His Den (Roud 6306) / Nuts in May (Roud 6308) / Poor Mary Sits A-Weeping (Roud 1377) / Oranges and Lemons (Roud 13190) (2.49)
  6. The Woodcutter (Roud 24345) (1.29)
  7. The Ploughboy (Roud 1205) (2.38)
  8. The Green Mossy Banks of the Lea (Roud 987; Laws O15) (2.36)
  9. Richard of Taunton Dean (Roud 382) (3.34)