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OldPossum Help Identify 40 folk favorite tape (13) RE: Help Identify 40 folk favorite tape 02 Jul 04

I have the corresponding LP, or 2 LP set, rather. Here is the track listing. Hope it helps.

40 Folk Favourites

Side 1

  1. RALPH McTELL: Streets Of London
  2. THE SALLYANGIE: A Lover For All Seasons
  3. DECAMERON: The Ungodly
  4. MR. FOX: Join Us In Our Game
  5. YOUNG TRADITION: The Lyke Wake Dirge
  6. BOYS OF THE LOUGH: The Lark's March
  7. GRYPHON: Sir Gavin Grimbold
  8. THE JOHNSTONS: The Spanish Lady
  9. PENTANGLE: Once I Had A Sweetheart
  10. THE HUMBLEBUMS: Joe Dempsey

Side 2

  1. PENTANGLE: Bruton Town
  2. THE DUBLINERS: The Leaving Of Liverpool
  3. BERT JANSCH: Rosemary Lane
  4. SILLY WIZARD: Jenny Gray's Whiskey
  5. JANSCH/RENBOURN: After The Dance
  6. RICHARD DIGANCE: Dear River Thames
  8. DAVE SWARBRICK: The Athole Highlanders
  10. GERRY RAFFERTY: Please Sing A Song For Us

Side 3

  1. GERRY RAFFERTY: Mary Skeffington
  2. THE HUMBLEBUMS: Everybody Knows That
  3. JOHN RENBOURN: Another Monday
  4. GRYPHON: Kemps Gig
  5. DRANSFIELDS: The Handsome Meadow Boy
  6. NA FILI: The Maid At The Spinning Wheel
  7. BRENDA WOOTTON: Apple Wine
  8. MR. FOX: The Gay Goshawk
  9. PENTANGLE: Will The Circle Be Unbroken
  10. RALPH McTELL: Willoughby's Farm

Side 4

  1. THE DUBLINERS: My Love Is In America
  2. RALPH McTELL: The Mermaid & The Seagull
  3. THE McCALMANS: Skye Boat Song
  4. DAVE SWARBRICK: The Heilanman/Drowsy Maggie
  5. BERT JANSCH: Rambling's Gonna Be The Death Of Me
  6. JOHN RENBOURN: Can't Keep From Crying
  7. THE McCALMANS: Smuggler
  8. BOYS OF THE LOUGH: On The Board Of The Victory
  9. BERT JANSCH: Veronica
  10. THE DUBLINERS: Will You Come To The Bower

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