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Adieu To Old England - Various - Shirley Inspired... (CD)

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  1. Shirley Inspired Various Artists. Earth Records EARTHLP (3 LP, UK, Record Store Day 18 April ) Earth Records EARTHCD (3 CD, UK, 2 June ).
  2. Sweet England: – Jack Sharp: Adieu To Old England: – Miz Stefani: My Bonnie Boy: – Marco Pirroni & Jenn Vix: Turpin Hero: – Rosemary Lippard: The Unquiet Grave: – Sam Gleaves: Greenwood Laddie: – Elle Osborne: The Murder Of Allen Bain: – Ruby: Bad Girl: – Rob St. John* & Modern Studies: The Bold /5(4).
  3. The new, and ninth album was Adieu to Old England in This album is brilliant, It continues the exploration of Traditional English Folk songs and English Tradtion. There is a song called Coronation Jig written for the return of King Charles II in /5(7).
  4. Shirley Collins: Adieu To Old England ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Fledg'ling Records: FLED UK: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes. Add to Collection /5(17).
  5. Adieu to Old England: Shirley Collins: 2: For as Many as Will: Shirley & Dolly Collins: 2: Shirley Collins & Dolly Collins: 1: Sing Christmas and the Turn of the Year Show all release groups instead, or show various artists release groups.
  6. Check out Shirley Inspired by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on jackconguilatachacawimisbicalci.xyzinfo Adieu to Old England. by Jack Sharp. Adieu to Old England by Jack Sharp. Listen Now Buy: £ In MP3 Basket View MP3 Basket My Bonnie Boy. by Miz A fabulous CD full of great songs; my favourite being /5(5).
  7. Oct 04,  · Mistress's Health/Lumps Of Plum Pudding - Down By The Seaside - Chiners' Song - Adieu To Old England - Ashen Faggot Wassail - I .
  8. This is a fantastic album. Unfortunately, a few of the songs distort at a few points, regardless of the volume they're played at. It sounds like the manufacturer mastered the CD at too high a volume/5(3).

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