Friday, July 6, 2007

Peter Bellamy ::: The barrack-room ballads of Rudyard Kipling (England, 1977) > 192 kbps VBR

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01 Tommy
02 Soldier, soldier
03 Mandalay*
04 Troopin’*
05 Cells
06 Danny Deever*
07 Bill ’Awkins
08 Shillin’ a day
09 Loot
10 The widow at Windsor
11 The widow’s party*
12 Gunga Din*

Peter Bellamy : vocals, anglo concertina
Chris Birch : fiddle, vocals
Tony Hall : melodeon

1977 • Free Reed FRR 014 (1974? • Green linnet SIF 1002)
Vynil rip



11 comments:

Anonymous said...

(transferring..) ... for ever

danny said...

The barrack-room balads altenative link

something went wrong with sharebee yesterday

Anonymous said...

Seems interresting!
Thanks!
Larry

Manila said...

To be honest, I was never a big fan of Peter Bellamy's voice, except as part of The Young Tradition. But there's no denying his huge contribution to the (English) folk revival. Passionate, dedicated, innovative, a surprisingly good songwriter...with an often bizarre sense of dress!

The world is just a little less colourful since he passed away.

Thanks very much for this post. It is, as you say, a celebrated album.

freebornman said...

Thanks a lot!! What a nice gem!
If you need Young Tradition "The Holly Bears The Crown", you can take it here:
http://freebornman.livejournal.com/112664.html

tucker said...

As a big fan of Kipling, I'd sure appreciate if this could be re-upped.
Sharebee doesn't seem to want to co-operate.
Many thanks ahead of time!

Anonymous said...

Sweet! Thank you

G_MAJOR77 said...

THANKS FRIEND..

Angela said...

Great! Thank you very much.

Jorgon Gorgon said...

Bellamy is allright, but one cannot go wrong with Kipling's poetry! Thanks!

Ani Vardanyan said...

How can I download this?

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