Ewan MacColl - Songs Of Robert Burns album FLAC
Robert Burns (1759–1796) is generally considered the national poet of Scotland, not only for his poems but for his songs. He avidly collected traditional melodies and composed lyrics to them if these did not exist; if they did exist, he passionately fought to preserve them in their original Scots form rather than Anglicize them. In this album, Ewan MacColl, one of the leaders of the British folk revival, presents a faithful and engaging interpretation of Burns’ great work.
Album · 1959 · 23 Songs. Hot Blast: Contemporary Songs Written and Sung By Peggy Seeger and Ewan MacColl.
Descriptive notes and lyrics of the songs are inside pocket. Other: Library Of Congress Cat. No. R 60-1746. Matrix, Runout: FW-8758-A-V-5-25-72. Matrix, Runout: FW 8758-B. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Songs Of Robert Burns (1959) by Ewan MacColl. This album has an average beat per minute of 119 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 51/208 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Songs of Robert Burns. 1. Green Grow the Rashes, O. 2'16.
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Songs of Robert Burns. Here we have a fabulous album from 1959 Songs of Robert Burns. Burns is considered the national poet of Scotland because of his poems and songs. He collected traditional melodies and composed lyrics to them if they did not exist. He fought hard to preserve them in their original Scottish form rather than Anglicize them. On this album MacColl one of the leaders of the British folk revival, presents a faithful interpretation of the great work of Burns. It is a great folk album with a unique project.
|A1||Green Grow The Rashes, O|
|A2||Landlady, Count The Lawin|
|A3||I Maun Hae A Wife|
|A4||O That I Had Ne'er Been Married|
|A6||I Hae A Wife O' My Ain|
|A7||There's Cauld Kail In Aberdeen|
|A8||A Braw Wooer|
|A9||The Rantin Dog, The Daddie O't|
|A10||Ay Waukin, O|
|A12||Wha'll Mow Me Now?|
|B1||Rattlin, Roarin Willie|
|B2||Hey, Ca' Thro'|
|B3||To Daunton Me|
|B5||What Can A Young Lassie Do Wi' An Auld Man?|
|B6||The Dusty Miller|
|B8||The Cooper O' Cuddy|
|B9||She's Fair And Fause|
|B10||The Deil's Awa Wi' Th' Exciseman|
|B11||A Man's A Man For A' That|
- Liner Notes – Ralph Knight
- Sleeve – Ronald Clyne
- Vocals – Ewan MacColl
- Written-By – Robert Burns
NotesDescriptive notes and lyrics of the songs are inside pocket.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other: Library Of Congress Cat. No. R 60-1746
|FW 8758||Ewan MacColl||Songs Of Robert Burns (LP, Album)||Folkways Records||FW 8758||US||Unknown|
|OSS CD 102||Ewan MacColl||Songs Of Robert Burns (CD, Album, RE)||Ossian||OSS CD 102||Ireland||1994|