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The Derby Ram - Sam Richards (2) And Tish Stubbs - An English Folk Music Anthology (Vinyl, LP)


1981
Label: Ethnic Folkways Library - FE 38553,Folkways Records - FE 38553 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Field Recording, Folk
The Derby Ram - Sam Richards (2) And Tish Stubbs - An English Folk Music Anthology (Vinyl, LP)

"The Derby Ram" or "As I was Going to Derby" is a traditional tall tale English folk song (Roud ) that tells the story of a ram of gargantuan proportions and the difficulties involved in butchering, tanning, and otherwise processing its carcass. The song is thought to have developed from ancient pagan rituals involving the worship of rams. In the local area, it was associated with the "Old Estimated Reading Time: 9 mins.

Tish Stubbs, Sam Richards (2) - Invitation To North America - The New World Seen Through English Folk Song - Tish Stubbs, Sam Richards (2) LP - Music.

> Folk Music > Records > Tish Stubbs, Sam Richards: Invitation to North America. Tish Stubbs, Sam Richards: Invitation to North America. Invitation to North America The New World Seen Through English Folk Song Tish Stubbs, Sam Richards. Saydisc Records SDL (LP, UK, ) Sam Richards & Tish Stubbs. Transatlantic Records MTRA (LP.

An English Folk Music Anthology, recorded between and , features 47 tracks of nursery songs, ballads, and broadsides, as well as more contemporary political and union mers include rural and urban singers from all walks of life (housewives, retired bankers, coal miners, and many more), travelers, and children.

MTRA Richard, Sam: Stubbs, Tish: English folk singer () [Produced by John Briley, recorded by Nigel Pegrum] [This is the only album in the MTRA series which is does not contain re-issued tracks].


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  1.  · An alternative recording of the song is found on the Derbyshire Folk and Dialect Vinyl LP “Ey Up Mi Duck, A celebration of Derbyshire”. This version was recorded by Derbyshire-based Folk group Rams Bottom in the s. Unlike many traditional variations, this version contains a narrative refrain: As I was going to Derby, All on the market day,Estimated Reading Time: 1 min.

  2. This Ram jumped o'er a wall, Sir, His tail caught on a briar, It reached from Darby town, Sir, All into Leicestershire. Daddle-i-day, &c. [8] And of this tail so long, Sir, 'Twas ten miles and an ell, They made a goodly rope, Sir, To toll the market bell. Daddle-i-day, &c. [9] This Ram had four legs to walk on, Sir, This Ram had four legs to stand.

  3. Traditional English Folk Songs. Full English - A Collection Of Traditional British Folk Songs features the amazing talents of Mat Williams who did most of the vocals and also played most of the traditional instruments involved in the recordings, such as Guitar, Violin, Viola, Mandolin, Banjo, Banman, Upright Bass, Piano and many more. Mat invited some fellow folk musicians to share him for.

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