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The Excise Ballad - Various - The Tale Of Ale (CD, Album)

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  1. Yozshukazahn says:
    The Tale of Ale The story of the Englishman and his beer Various Artists. Free Reed Records FRRD / (2 LP, UK, ) Guimbarda DD/42 (2 LP, Spain, ?) Free Reed Records FRCD 23 (CD, UK, ) Free Reed Records FRRR 04 (CD, UK, ).
  2. Dashicage says:
    Folk Recordings selected from the American Folklife Center's archive are currently available as downloads ($10) and CD-R copies ($20 plus shipping). which may be ordered from the Public Services Office of the Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division. Recordings of 5 .
  3. Zulutaur says:
    of over 1, results for "ballad book" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. Hardcover, MP3 CD American Ballads and Folk Songs (Dover Books on Music) by John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax | Oct 21, out of 5 stars
  4. Kagajas says:
    The songs are very well made, and you can always listen to the songs on 88 RISING's youtube channel before buying; but I % recommend buying the album since it's so worth it to be able to play this without an internet connection. Also a bonus is it makes midnight rainy car /5().
  5. Kagul says:
    CD versions of the album released on mainland Europe, as well as Brazil and Russia, feature copy protection. A limited edition of the compilation containing a bonus EP of previously unreleased tracks was also released in select territories.
  6. Daijind says:
    Dec 28,  · referencing The Tale Of Ale (The Story Of The Englishman And His Beer), 2xLP, Album, FRRD / Available on CD also - with, I think one track (Peter Wood, "The Pleasant Ballad of John Barleycorn") less than on the LP set/5(4).
  7. Voodoojinn says:
    Subtitled 'Ballads and drinking songs from the time of Chaucer' it is a great CD full of Medieval-sounding tunes. I say Medieval-sounding becouse there is no information beyond the titles about any of them with the exception of a note that mentions Angelus ad Virginem is sung in the Canterbury Tales.4/5(4).
  8. Shakaramar says:
    Dec 28,  · Good Ale For My Money: B4 – Eddie Upton and Musica Inebriata: The Excise Ballad: B5 – William Rushton, Michael Smee: The Porter From MacBeth: B6 – Eddie Upton, Pam Gilder, Vic Gammon and The Pump and Pluck Band: Peas, Beans, Oats, And The Barley: B7 – Peter Wood (5) The Pleasant Ballad Of John Barleycorn: B8 – Pam Gilder and The Pump /5(4).

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