Leon Rosselson With Billy Bragg, The Oyster Band - Ballad Of A Spycatcher álbum
- Artista: Leon Rosselson With Billy Bragg, The Oyster Band
- Título: Ballad Of A Spycatcher
- Género: Rock
- País: UK
- Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, 7"
- Liberado: 1987
- Estilo: Folk Rock, Indie Rock
- Etiqueta: Upside Down Records
- Catálogo#: UPDO 007
- MP3 álbum: 2744 mb
- FLAC álbum: 1058 mb
- Clasificación: 4.4/5
- Votos: 756
|1||Ballad Of A Spycatcher|
Accordion [Melodeon], Backing Vocals – John Jones Bass – Ian KeareyFiddle – Ian TelferGuitar – Billy BraggGuitar, Backing Vocals – Alan ProsserPercussion – Russel LaxVocals – Leon Rosselson
|2||Song Of The Free Press|
Accordion – John KirkpatrickVocals – Leon Rosselson
- Engineer – David Kenny
- Sleeve, Design – Shane MacGowan
- Written-By – Leon Rosselson
"Ballad Of A Spycatcher" first published in the "New Statesman" on 7th August 1987. "Song Of The Free Press" first released on Leon Rosselson's LP "Bringing The News From Nowhere" on Fuse CF 390. This record was sponsored by the Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom.
Recorded at Topic Studios, 18th August 1987.
Leon rosselson - ballad of a spycatcher From the 7 inch single released on Upside Down Records in 1987, featuring Billy Bragg and The Oyster Band. The Rosselson born 22 June 1934, Harrow, Middlesex is an English songwriter and writer of children's books. After his early involvement in the folk music revival in Britain, he came to prominence, singing his own satirical songs, in the BBC's topical TV programme of the early 1960s, That Was The Week That Was. He toured Britain and abroad, singing mainly his own songs and accompanying himself with acoustic guitar. Ballad of a SpycatcherSong of the Free Press single with Billy Bragg and The Oyster Band 1987. 7 Vinyl 1. Ballad of a Spycatcher. length: 5:29. Song of the Free Press. length: 6:01. a b C D e f g h I j k L M n o p q r s t u V w X y z. Release group information. Artist: Leon Rosselson with Billy Bragg & The Oyster Band. Type: Single. LEON ROSSELSON with BILLY BRAGG & THE OYSTER BAND Ballad Of A Spycatcher 1987 UK 2-track 7 vinyl single, also includes Song Of The Free Press, picture sleeve UPDO007. D G. Now listen children while I sing this ballad I've just made. D A C. About a Peter Wright, not Rabbit, a spycatcher by trade. I'll sing of how he joined a special gang called MI5. D A C About a Peter Wright, not Rabbit, a spycatcher by trade. D G I'll sing of how he joined a special gang called MI5 D G D C D Who guard the nation's secrets so that liberty may thrive. D7 G And of how young Peter, quick to learn, soon got to know the ropes D The trick of picking locks. Leon Rosselson, Roy Bailey - That's Not The Way, It's Got To Be Album. 3 versões. Fuse Records 2. Leon Rosselson With Billy Bragg, The Oyster Band - Ballad Of A Spycatcher 7. Upside Down Records. UPDO 007. Artist: Leon Rosselson, Song: Ballad Of A Spycatcher, Duration: 5:28, File type: mp3. Leon Rosselson Brass Band Music. download 2:43. Leon Rosselson Four Degrees Celsius. download 1:01. Leon Rosselson Simple Simon. Bragg later collaborated with Rosselson on the song, Ballad of the Spycatcher. In 1985, his song A New England, with an additional verse, became a Top 10 hit in the UK for Kirsty MacColl. After MacColl's early death, Bragg always sang the extra verse in her honour. Bragg continued to promote the album with his backing band, The Red Stars, which included his Riff Raff colleague and long-time roadie, Wiggy. Bragg released the album, William Bloke in 1996 after taking time off to help raise his son. Around that time, Nora Guthrie daughter of American folk artist Woody Guthrie asked Bragg to set some of her father's unrecorded lyrics to music. Leon Rosselson. G Major. The following tracks will sound good when mixed with Leon Rosselson - Ballad of a Spycatcher, because they have similar tempos, adjacent Camelot values, and complementary styles