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Author Cox, Harry, 1885-1971. Performer.

Title What will become of England? [electronic resource] / Harry Cox.

Published Cambridge, MA : Rounder Records, p2000.

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 UniM INTERNET music    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 online resource (79 min.)
Notes English folk songs, interspersed with the singer's recollections.
Notes by Peter Kennedy, song texts, transcription of recorded conversations with the singer, and bibliography ([38] p. : ports.) from original container.
Originally issued as compact disc.
Contents What will become of England (0:50) -- My life (1:05) -- A-going to Widdliecombe fair (1:07) -- Working in a gang (0:25) -- The spotted cow (1:40) -- Barton waltz (0:49) -- The harvest (0:47) -- The barley straw (2:51) -- The farmer's servant (2:37) -- The pretty ploughboy (0:33) -- My grandfather and my father (1:18) -- Jack Tar on shore (2:26) -- Two hornpipes: Yarmouth and Meg Merillees (0:44) -- On board of the Kangaroo (0:17) -- Young and growing (0:58) -- My mother (1:16) -- My upbringing (0:57) -- The foggy dew (3:55) -- Hunger and pay (1:09) -- Three toasts (1:45) -- Nelson's monument (2:56) -- I used to go along of him (1:12) -- Barton Broad barbing ballad (2:16) -- Barbing for eels (0:49) -- Talk and melodeon pieces (2:40) -- Singing in public houses (0:59) -- Charming and delightful (0:34) -- The old songs (0:27) -- On yon lofty mountain (0:30) -- Learning from my father (1:28) -- She never had time to sit down (1:00) -- The Turkish lady (1:50) -- Poaching (1:36) -- Henry the poacher (5:23) -- Windy old weather (1:53) -- My father at sea (1:00) -- Sweet William (2:53) -- How my father learned songs (0:18) -- The Yarmouth fishermen's song (2:58) -- The crocodile (1:15) -- The soldier and sailor's prayer (1:57) -- London is as sharp as the edge of a knife (1:23) -- Up to the rigs of London town (3:31) -- Up to the present I ain't forgot anything yet (1:36) -- Blackberry fold (5:25) -- Adieu to the old Eng-e-land, here's adieu (1:10).
Other author Kennedy, Peter, 1922-2006.
Lomax, Alan, 1915-2002.
Subject Folk music -- England.
Folk songs, English -- England.