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Tom Paine's Bones

by Graham Moore

Powerful historical folk ballads, written and performed by Dorset, UK, folk singer songwriter Graham Moore, together with some great songs from the English tradition.
Genre: Folk: Political Folk
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1. Tom Paine's Bones
3:56 album only
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2. Road To Dorchester
2:38 album only
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3. Tolpuddle Man
2:52 album only
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4. The Iron Gang
3:16 album only
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5. Adieu Sweet Nancy
3:12 album only
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6. Mary & The Soldier
3:34 album only
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7. Golden Vanity
3:58 album only
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8. Captain Swing
2:52 album only
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9. Foggy Dew
4:01 album only
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10. The Last Of England
3:34 album only
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11. Linden Lea
2:34 album only
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12. William Glenn
4:33 album only
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13. Bold Nelson's Praise
2:10 album only
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14. Night Visiting
4:14 album only
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15. We Will Plough
2:28 album only
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16. Far From Home
3:27 album only
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17. Banks Of Primroses
2:59 album only
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18. The Wildwood
2:50 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This download features nine of Graham's own songs together with nine great songs from the English tradition which have inspired his writing.
Playing guitar or English concertina he is accompanied by Gill Redmond on cello and Lucy Roberts on fiddle.
An acclaimed English songwriter and folk performer, Graham's songs such as 'Tom Paine's Bones' and 'Tolpuddle Man', have been enthusiastically adopted by the folk community around the world and recorded by leading British folk performers, including Roy Bailey and Dick Gaughan.
In addition to the title track which celebrates the amazing life of the 18th century English radical Thomas Paine, seven of the tracks are from his folk musical 'Tolpuddle Man' which tells the story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs who were transported to Australia in 1834 for forming an early trade union.

"A superb singer and musician" - Dick Gaughan
Graham Moore manages to convey in a few words and a dramatic tune the strength of Thomas Paine who, two hundred years after his death, remains controversial" - Roy Bailey

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