Folk song of the day

by Richard on November 16, 2010

Hard Times.

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Beth 11.16.10 at 10:41 am

Appropriate, if nowhere near as jolly, is one of my favourites:

Particularly excellent as sung by Roy Bailey.


Richard 11.16.10 at 2:40 pm

Ah yes - great stuff, Beth. And let’s not forget St Billy’s re-working. This is another one for the Fat Prophet! At this rate, we’ll have given him a complete set.


fat prophet 11.16.10 at 7:57 pm

I am very tempted and have downloaded the melody and lyrics to give it a try!!
The one last week went well. (If you want to see the general)


Richard 11.16.10 at 9:22 pm

It’s only a matter of time before you’ll be adding CDs as well as books to your wares!


fat prophet 11.16.10 at 10:08 pm

Now there’s a thought although my book is available in already in CD format read by the author. I have just transposed the music for this song into a key that I can sing it in without having to stand on a box (top E was a bit much) so will try it tomorrow to see how it goes and then get swmbo to try it with me and hopefully it will work.


Richard 11.16.10 at 10:21 pm

One way or another, we’re going to have to get some recordings, FP.


fat prophet 11.17.10 at 6:59 pm

looks like this is a definite maybe for Friday night - the other songs is one written by Robert Zimmerman and taken from his Slow Train Coming album. It tells the story of Adam naming the animals - hope it works ok, well that goes for both of them

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