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Hagman Programme on Travellers on BBC4 tonight (33) RE: Programme on Travellers on BBC4 tonight 17 Feb 19


"There was a wonderful song near the end which sounded like Nancy Kerr. Does anyone have any info about the song's name etc."

Nancy K. on her Twitter feed confirms that yes, it was her:

"This [the BBC program] is interesting and features my singing of Ewan McColl’s gorgeous song “Thirty Foot Trailer” from @kerrfagan album Strands of Gold."


Details here from Reinhard's Mainly Norfolk database:

Strands of Gold - Nancy Kerr & James Fagan

Fellside Recordings FECD199 (CD, UK, January 23, 2006)

Recorded by Robert Hallard and Robert Harbron at Fellside, August 2005;
Produced, mixed and mastered by Robert Harbron;
Photography by James Pyne;
Design by David Bailey / Kiosk
Musicians

Nancy Kerr, vocals [1-2, 4, 6, 9-10, 12], fiddle [1, 3-9, 12], viola [10-12], guitar [2];
James Fagan, vocals [2, 4, 6, 9, 12], bouzouki [1-12];
with
Alan Burton, programming [2];
Colin Fletcher, double bass [2-3, 6, 10, 12];
Robert Harbron, English concertina [3, 7, 10-11], mandolin [11-12];
Martin Simpson, guitar [4, 6], Fylde resonator guitar [6], 5-string banjo [5];
Linda Adams, vocals [12]

Tracks

    Barbara Allen (Roud 54; Child 84; G/D 6:1193; Henry H236) (3-49)
    April Friend (3.04)
    Peter the Cabby (3.23)
    Locks and Bolts (Roud 406; Laws M13; G/D 5:1012) (3.04)
    Lads of Alnwick (2.30)
    Farewell to the Gold (5.09)
    Three Magpies / Afloat in December (5.24)
    Nancy Taylor's (2.12)
    Sons of Liberty (5.30)
    Lovely Nancy (Roud 527; Laws K14; Henry H755) (3.53)
    Satellite (4.55)
    Thirty-Foot Trailer (5.50)

Tracks 1, 4-5, 10 trad. arr. Nancy Kerr, James Fagan;
Track 2 Nancy Kerr;
Track 3 John Schumann;
Track 6 Paul Metsers;
Tracks 7a, 11 James Fagan;
Track 7b Robert Harbron;
Track 8 Will Taylor;
Track 9 Alistair Hulett;
Track 12 Ewan MacColl


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