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The Collier Laddie - Ewan MacColl With Peggy Seeger - Second Shift (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Ewan MacColl Controversy - by Peggy Seeger I confess, I confess! I was the one who started the whole 'policy' debate. The Ballads and Blues Club had been going really well since I .

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  2. All tracks trad. arr. Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger except Tracks 5, 7, 10 Ewan MacColl. Acknowledgements. Thank you to Alistair Banfield for one of the Shuttle and Cage cover pictures. > Ewan MacColl > Records > Ewan MacColl: Second Shift.

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  3. View all records by Ewan Maccoll & Peggy Seeger for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.

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  4. Second Shift by Ewan MacColl, released 18 February 1. The Song Of The Iron Road 2. Droylsden Wakes 3. The Calton Weaver 4. Twenty One Years 5. The Best Little Door Boy 6. Oh Dear Me 7. Will Caird 8. The Iron Horse 9. The Durham Strike The Collier Laddie The Colour Bar Strike The Swan Necked Valve Transferred from the best quality vinyl we could find.

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  5. Peggy Seeger's website includes a discography that includes the recordings that she and Ewan MacColl made together (along with most of her other records). This discography is organized by country of issue--English releases first, followed by American and Australian labels, and then the rest of the world.

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  6. Peggy Seeger's Web site includes a discography that includes the recordings that she and Ewan MacColl made together (along with most of her other records). This discography is organized by country of issue--English releases first, followed by American and Australian labels, and then the rest of the world.

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  7. Ewan MacColl with Peggy Seeger: Steam Whistle Ballads: Topic 12T inch LP: Tracks: 1. The Collier Laddie (appears on other albums) Moses Of The Mail Shuttle & Cage (Topic 10T13) Second Shift (Topic 10T25).

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  8. Jul 10,  · A marvellously penned album, The Collier Laddie is traditional in its purest, most demanding and positive form, one that brings a true lump to the throat as the listener finally understands the heroics of such men that braved the pit-face and the darkness that threatened to absorb them. Ian D. Hall. Share this: Facebook;.

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