In Gowan Ring -
from the album Exists And Entrances Disc 1
In Gowan Ring - Bedlam Boys
The song is from Thomas D’Urfey and dates from 1720.
More details: http://mainlynorfolk.info/nic.jones/songs/boysofbedlam.html
Peggy Seeger - Henry Lee (Child #68)
The tune is quite similar to the one of The Brown Girl.
Frankie Armstrong - The brown girl (Child #295)
A. L. Lloyd - The whale catchers (Roud #3291)
Laura Elder - Still growing (Roud #31)
Magpie Lane -
from the album Six for Gold
Magpie Lane - John Reilly (Roud #267)
One of the nicest border ballads about a ship trip going wrong. Also, you could check the album from where it comes from which is the most enjoyable from Magpie Lane in my opinion.
A really good quality vinyl rip. The record is quite rare; quite worth checking out.
A1 Passant par Paris / Emma / Bourrée du pere Aulagne
A2 Le roulier de Nantes
A3 Suite de bourrées
B1 Sont 3 jeunes garcons, Bourree du Mesle, La togne
B3 Vielle d’argent
B4 Maniotte, Ronde poitevine
B5 Marche de fin de bal