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Steeleye Span are amongst the biggest and most commercially successful folk rock bands. Their career, spanning over 50 years, has seen them achieve 4 Top 40 albums and 2 Top 20 singles as well as countless sold out live shows. Through an everchanging line up, their popularity has continued to this day. This collection brings together their recordings over an 11 year tenure with Chrysalis Records covering the years 1972-1983. Housed in a clamshell box with a 56 page perfect bound book, there are 145 tracks, (46 unreleased) over 12 CDs include a number of unreleased studio tracks including an expanded version of New York Girls (featuring Peter Sellers), a studio take of The Devil's Dream, 3 previously unavailable additional live tracks from the Live At Last" album, an Australian only live album, as well as 2 completely new live concerts from The Rainbow Theatre in London from 1974 and the Boston Berklee Performance Centre from 1976. The Rainbow show in particular has been the subject of much speculation with a small selection of tracks appearing on various low quality bootlegs over the years. The band are undertaking a (delayed) 50 year celebratory UK tour with 17 dates in May and a further 7 dates in October.
Steeleye Span are amongst the biggest and most commercially successful folk rock bands. Their career, spanning over 50 years, has seen them achieve 4 Top 40 albums and 2 Top 20 singles as well as countless sold out live shows. Through an everchanging line up, their popularity has continued to this day. This collection brings together their recordings over an 11 year tenure with Chrysalis Records covering the years 1972-1983. Housed in a clamshell box with a 56 page perfect bound book, there are 145 tracks, (46 unreleased) over 12 CDs include a number of unreleased studio tracks including an expanded version of New York Girls (featuring Peter Sellers), a studio take of The Devil's Dream, 3 previously unavailable additional live tracks from the Live At Last" album, an Australian only live album, as well as 2 completely new live concerts from The Rainbow Theatre in London from 1974 and the Boston Berklee Performance Centre from 1976. The Rainbow show in particular has been the subject of much speculation with a small selection of tracks appearing on various low quality bootlegs over the years. The band are undertaking a (delayed) 50 year celebratory UK tour with 17 dates in May and a further 7 dates in October.
5060516098798

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Format: CD
Label: CHRYSALIS
Rel. Date: 07/15/2022
UPC: 5060516098798

Good Times Of Old England: Steeleye Span 1972-1983
Artist: Steeleye Span
Format: CD
New: Available $59.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Rosebud in June
2. Jigs: The Bride's Favourite / Tansey's Fancy
3. Sheep-Crook and Black Dog
4. Royal Forester
5. King Henry
6. Gaudete
7. John Barleycorn
8. Saucy Sailor
9. Gaudete - Single Version
10. The Holly and the Ivy
11. Gaudete Take 1
12. Singing the Travels
13. One Misty Moisty Morning
14. Alison Gross
15. The Bold Poachers
16. The Ups and Downs
17. Robbery with Violins
18. The Wee Wee Man
19. The Weaver and the Factory Maid
20. Rogues in a Nation (Robert Burns)
21. Cam Ye O'er Frae France
22. Hares on the Mountain
23. Bonny Moorhen
24. Rag Doll Alternate Take
25. Ups ; Downs Instrumental
26. Seven Hundred Elves
27. Drink Down the Moon
28. Now We Are Six
29. Thomas the Rhymer
30. The Mooncoin Jig
31. Edwin
32. Long-A-Growing
33. Two Magicians
34. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
35. To Know Him Is to Love Him
36. Thomas the Rhymer (Single Version)
37. Little Sir Hugh
38. Bach Goes to Limerick
39. Long Lankin
40. Dogs and Ferrets
41. Galtee Farmer
42. Demon Lover
43. Elf Calf
44. Weary Cutters
45. New York Girls
46. Bach Goes to Limerick/Hornpipes. Alternate Take
47. Galtee Farmer Alternate Take
48. New York Girls. Alternate Take 1
49. New York Girls. (More Sellers Version)
50. Black Jack Davy
51. Hard Times of Old England
52. Cadgwith Anthem
53. Sum Waves
54. The Wife of Ushers Well
55. Gamble Gold (Robin Hood)
56. All Around My Hat
57. Dance with Me
58. Batchelors Hall
59. Sum Waves/Devil's Dream
60. Batchelor's Hall Instrumental
61. London
62. The Bosnian Hornpipes
63. Orfeo / Nathan's Reel
64. The Twelve Witches
65. The Brown Girl
66. Fighting for Strangers
67. Sligo Maid
68. Sir James the Rose
69. The Drunkard
70. The Drunkard (Alternate Take)
71. Awake, Awake
72. Sweep, Chimney Sweep
73. The Wife of the Soldier
74. The Victory
75. The Black Freighter - from "The Threepenny Opera"
76. Some Rival
77. Treadmill Song
78. Seventeen Come Sunday
79. The Boar's Head Carol
80. The Atholl Highlanders/ Walter Bulwer's Polka
81. Saucy Sailor / Black Freighter
82. The Maid and the Palmer
83. Hunting the Wren
84. Montrose
85. Bonnets So Blue
86. The False Knight on the Road
87. The Victory
88. Cam Ye O'er Frae France
89. Seventeen Come Sunday
90. Sails of Silver
91. My Love
92. Barnet Fair
93. Senior Service
94. Gone to America
95. Where Are They Now
96. Let Her Go Down
97. Longbone
98. Marigold / Harvest Home
99. Tell Me Why
100. The King
101. Black Jack Davy
102. Sails of Silver
103. Little Sir Hugh
104. Let Her Go Down
105. Alison Gross
106. Bach Goes to Limerick
107. Thomas the Rhymer
108. I Have a Wish
109. Longbone
110. I Live Not Where I Love
111. Gone to America
112. Gaudete
113. All Around My Hat
114. Bach Goes to Limerick
115. Ups ; Downs
116. Demon Lover
117. Two Magicians
118. The Wife of Usher's Well
119. One Misty Moisty Morning
120. Long Lankin
121. Jig Jam
122. The Musical Priest/ the Silver Spear
123. Little Sir Hugh
124. Thomas the Rhymer
125. Cam Ye Oe'r Frae France
126. Oh You Beautiful Doll
127. Gaudete
128. Irish Jigs (Including Paddy Clancy's)
129. The Mason's Apron
130. London
131. Orfeo/Nathan's Reel
132. Hard Times of Old England
133. Cam Ye O'er Frae France
134. Twelve Witches
135. Black Jack Davy
136. Gaudete
137. Brown Girl
138. I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles
139. The Wife of Usher's Well
140. Sir James the Rose
141. Hornpipes/The Royal Forester
142. Eins, Zwei, Drei
143. The Black Joke/Sligo Maid
144. All Around My Hat/ the Mason's Apron

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Steeleye Span are amongst the biggest and most commercially successful folk rock bands. Their career, spanning over 50 years, has seen them achieve 4 Top 40 albums and 2 Top 20 singles as well as countless sold out live shows. Through an everchanging line up, their popularity has continued to this day. This collection brings together their recordings over an 11 year tenure with Chrysalis Records covering the years 1972-1983. Housed in a clamshell box with a 56 page perfect bound book, there are 145 tracks, (46 unreleased) over 12 CDs include a number of unreleased studio tracks including an expanded version of New York Girls (featuring Peter Sellers), a studio take of The Devil's Dream, 3 previously unavailable additional live tracks from the Live At Last" album, an Australian only live album, as well as 2 completely new live concerts from The Rainbow Theatre in London from 1974 and the Boston Berklee Performance Centre from 1976. The Rainbow show in particular has been the subject of much speculation with a small selection of tracks appearing on various low quality bootlegs over the years. The band are undertaking a (delayed) 50 year celebratory UK tour with 17 dates in May and a further 7 dates in October.
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