Rebecca Penfold & Family - The Sweet Primeroses: Songs & Stories Of Devonshire Gipsies album flac
Title: The Sweet Primeroses: Songs & Stories Of Devonshire Gipsies
Style: Folk, Field Recording, Spoken Word
MP3 album: 1815 mb
FLAC album: 1873 mb
Other formats: VOX AUD AIFF AAC XM FLAC VQF
Genre: Not albums / Folk and Country
A1 Song: The Sweet Primeroses (With Talk Beforehand). A2 Talk About Her Work And Life.
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Tracks 9 to 12 first released in 1963 as the Topic EP "Heroes In Love" (TOP95). Remaining tracks released as the LP "The Sweet Primeroses" (12T 170) in 1967, although track 5 was previously unlisted on the vinyl album. Rights Society: MCPS. Matrix, Runout: VB0228 TSCD476. Mould SID Code: IFPI 5J34.
The Sweet was a compilation album released as Sweet's debut album in the US and Canada, substituting for the 1971 UK album Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be. (The band's second album, Sweet Fanny Adams was also not given a US release, but tracks from that and the band's third album Desolation Boulevard were combined on the US version of that album to compensate for this.
One of the original glam rock bands, Sweet released a number of successful singles in England between 1970 and 1973 before making a breakthrough in North America. In 1973, the band finally hit it big with the single "Little Willy," which hit number three on the . With the success of that single, management at the band's . label, Bell Records, felt it was time to treat the market to an LP, so they gathered together some earlier . chart successes (along with some B-sides) and rush-released the ten-track album simply titled Sweet.
Sweet is the memory of distant friends! Like the mellow rays of departing sun, IT falls tenderly, get sadly on the earth. The most treasured heirlooms are the sweet memories of our family that we pass down to the childre. he sweet memories will becom. .a love story foreve.Enjoy your life with sweet memorie.
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|A1||Song: The Sweet Primeroses (With Talk Beforehand)||2:50|
|A2||Talk About Her Work And Life||1:10|
|A3||Remembering The Song: Nightingales Sing||1:50|
|A4||Talk About Her Mother's Song: Meeting Is A Pleasant Place||3:00|
|A5||Further Talk About Her Mother|
|A6||The Poor Orphan Boy
Vocals – Mrs. Bessie Roberts
|B1||Talk About The Rev. Sabine Baring Gould With Story Of The Pig & Parson||0:50|
|B2||Last Verse Of The Sweet Primeroses (With Talk About Flowers)||0:40|
|B3||Talk About 'The Fuzz Stickers'||0:55|
|B4||Talk About The Travelling Life, Totnes And Brent Fairs||1:00|
|B5||Talk And Song: The Little Old Log Cabin||3:20|
|B6||Talk And Song: The Banks Of The Sweet Dundee||6:25|
- Published By – Folktracks Cassettes
- Copyright (c) – Folktracks & Soundpost Publ.
- Recorded By – Beryl Kennedy, Peter Kennedy
NotesRecorded by Peter and Beryl Kennedy on March 15th, 1971 and April 18th, 1973 at Mt. Pleasant, Broadwood Kelly.
Includes folded printout of notes on pink paper.
Black tape with gold label on Side A and white label on Side B.