John Roberts & Tony Barrand | Heartoutbursts

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Heartoutbursts

by John Roberts & Tony Barrand

Traditional English folksong, voices with banjo or concertina, sometimes a cappella
Genre: Folk: British Folk
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1. Brigg Fair
1:30 album only
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2. Seventeen Come Sunday
3:01 album only
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3. Creeping Jane
3:38 album only
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4. Turpin Hero
3:04 album only
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5. The White Hare
2:26 album only
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6. Rufford Park Poachers
5:27 album only
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7. Lord Bateman
6:22 album only
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8. The Gypsy's Wedding Day
1:53 album only
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9. A Fair Maid Walking
2:51 album only
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10. The Lost Lady Found
3:13 album only
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11. Sprig of Thyme
2:04 album only
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12. Riding Down to Portsmouth
2:58 album only
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13. Horkstow Grange
2:55 album only
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14. The Rainbow
2:40 album only
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15. William Taylor
4:26 album only
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16. Lord Melbourne
3:09 album only
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17. Lisbon
3:26 album only
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18. Died for Love
0:58 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Both English-born, John Roberts & Tony Barrand have been singing folksongs together since 1969, after they met as graduate students in Ithaca, NY. Singing in unaccompanied harmony, or with concertina or banjo, their entertaining style has delighted audiences at major festivals and venues such as Fox Hollow, Mariposa Folk Festival, Philadelphia Folk Festival, Old Songs, Mystic Sea Music Festival, to name but a few.

"Heartoutbursts" is a word coined by the Australian pianist and composer who collected all these songs in Lincolnshire, England in the early 1900s, describing the passion which the old singers he was listening to displayed when singing these old folksongs. We have been told that even though the songs were all collected in the same geographical area, the album is an excellent "English Folksongs 101" showing the richness and variety of the tradition.

Complete lyrics and notes to this and all our recordings are on the Golden Hind website at http://www.goldenhindmusic.com.

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