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Brandywine Bridge - An English Meadow

Brandywine Bridge - An English Meadow
  • Performer Brandywine Bridge
  • Title An English Meadow
  • Date of release 2002
  • Country UK
  • Style Celtic, Folk
  • Label Kissing Spell
  • Catalog number KSCD 937
  • Other formats CD, Album, Reissue
  • Genre Folk, World, Country
  • Size MP3 2725 mb
  • Size FLAC 2845 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 989

Tracklist

1Three Lovers
Written-By – D. Grew, C.S. Hague
4:15
2Sea Wives Lament
Written-By – D. Grew, C.S. Hague
3:01
3Toss Your Pennies
Written-By – D. Grew, C.S. Hague
4:43
4Black Anna's Bower
Written-By – D. Grew, C.S. Hague
3:15
5Congreve's Rockets
Written-By – D. Grew, C.S. Hague
2:01
6An English Meadow
Written-By – D. Grew, C.S. Hague
3:21
7Billie The Budgie
Written-By – D. Grew
2:34
8Set Of Tunes
Arranged By – BrandywineWritten-By – Trad.
1:32
9Bonnie Prince
Written-By – D. Grew, C.S. Hague
4:10
10The Ox
Written-By – D. Grew
2:40
11Hickory House Tunes
Arranged By – BrandywineWritten-By – Trad.
2:38
12Deanwater
Written-By – Grew
1:52

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Cot.321Brandywine Bridge An English Meadow ‎(LP, Album)Cottage Records Cot.321UK1978

Credits

  • Concertina, Whistle, Recorder [Treble], Bodhrán, Spoons, Psaltery, Mandolin, VocalsStuart Hague
  • Engineer [Assistant]Steve Riddel
  • Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo [Tenor, G], Fiddle, VocalsDave Grew
  • Mandolin, Recorder [Sopranino, Treble], Bells, Fiddle, Guitar, VocalsSheila Hague
  • Photography By [Back Cover]Paul Goodfellow
  • ProducerJohn Golding

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5055066693722

Video

Album

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