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Title:
Brave boys New England traditions in folk music
Author:
Paton, Sandy.
Publication Information:
[Place of publication not identified] : New World Records NW 239.
Physical Description:
1 disc. ; 33 1/3 rpm. : 12 in.
General Note:
Principally songs; various performers.

Some of the selections are stereo, the rest mono.

Durations, personnel, words of the songs, program notes by S. Paton, bibliography, and discography (6 p.) bound in container.
Language:
English
Contents:
A frog he would a-wooing go.--The farmer's curst wife.--The two brothers.--My man John.--Ladies' walpole reel.--Brave boys.--Fair Fanny Moore.--The jam on Gerry's rock.-- And now, old serpent, how do you feel? who will bow and bend like a willow?--A medley of Scottish fiddle tunes.--The flowers of Edinburgh.--The good old state of Maine.--The Dreadnaught.--Three men they went a-hunting.--Erin-go-bragh.--Give an honest Irish lad a chance.--Knit stockings.--The Johnston flood.--The good old days of Adam and Eve.--I'll hit the road again, boys.--Cherish the ladies.
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Format :
Music LP