16 September 2012

Date: 16/09/2012 Theme: English

The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show

© 2012 Rjn

Theme: English

Date: 16/09/2012



The Spinners
The Family of Man
Johnny Handle

The Collier's Rant, The Collier Lad, Durham Big Meeting Day, Elsie Marley
Silly Sisters

Hedger & Ditcher, The Barring of the Door, What Will We Do.
The Watersons

The Greenland Whale Fishery, Three Score & Ten, Dido Bendigo, Fathom the Bowl.
Toast to accompany the last song:
Here's to the large bee that flies so high,
The small bee gathers the honey.
The poor man he does all the work,
The rich man pockets the money.
The White Cockade.
Dave Swarbrick

Sir Charles Coote/Smiths, When the bottle is over, Once I loved a Maiden Fair, It suits me Well.
Steeleye Span

Thomas the Rhymer, Alison Gross, Long Langkin.
Anne Briggs
Blackwaterside, Willie O'Winsbury, The Cuckoo, Young Tambling.
Waterson Carty
Rambleaway, Lowlands of Holland, Hares in the Old Plantation.
Bernard Wrigley

Rawtenstall Annual Fair, Tripe Ships of Wigan, Binman Song, Blackburn Fair, Warrington Ale.
Rjn pays homage to :
Dave Dutton -
Anon -
Walter de la Mare
GK Chesterton -
John Masefield -

No Carols this Christmas
I Dunno
Five Eyes
The Rolling English Road
Captain Stratton's Fancy
Ewan MacColl

Barratty Parratty, Bill Brown, Hard Case, Treadmill Song.
John Arlott
& The Critics,
& The Yetties,

We Gets Up In The Morning,
Towersy Fair, The Sound of the Drum, The Cuckoos Nest.
Carolyne Hughes

The Soldier & The Lady, A Blacksmith Courted Me, Catch Me Bold Rogue if You Can, Henry My Son.
Alan Bell
So Here’s to You.
4:00 PM
Choir of King's College Cambridge
 Music for the Faith Journey.
Zadok the Priest, Praise My Soul The King of Heaven, Psalm 23 The Lord is My Shepherd.


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