Likely... The easier, the better..

Skip to content

Category: DEFAULT

Sheffield Apprentice - Pete Coe - Backbone

About the author


  1. A list of recordings that feature versions and interpretations of the traditional ballads collected in the nineteenth century by Francis James Child. Child collected every English and Scottish traditional ballad (and their North American versions) that he could find and published them between 18in a five-volume collection 'The English and Scottish Popular Ballads'.
  2. Track 9 BLIND MAN HE CAN SEE (Read - Pete Coe) There was an old woman in Yorkshire in Sowerby Bridge did dwell She loved her husband dearly but the lodger twice as well I read it in the Courier & the Yorkshire Post as well She went round to the doctor to see what she could find Have you any medicine.
  3. PDE. likes. PDE Electrical Installation is a domestic, commercial and industrial electrical installation company setting the highest standards in the industry5/5.
  4. It feels like I’ve known this song for ever, although in truth it can’t be more than about – oh – 37 years I first heard it performed by Fred and Ray Cantwell on the Topic LP Songs of bigband.kataxevolkreenuamand.infoinfolly, the version included on that LP had lost more than half its verses; I must have got the missing verses from Peter Kennedy’s book Folk Songs of Britain and Ireland.
  5. Sheffield Apprentice Pete Coe - Backbone - Backshift ' Where Have You Been My Good Old Man? Mike & Peggy Seeger - Fly Down Little Bird - Appleseed ' Interactive CKCU. Gord Peeling (host) Welcome to this week's edition of traditional music from the British Isles and beyond!
  6. The Apprentice Lord Sugar says ‘You’re hired’ to his latest winner Apple, Google and Amazon decide to ‘play nice’ over smart home tech Carabao Cup .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *