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For sixty years, Ewan was at the cultural forefront of numerous political struggles, producing plays, songs and scripts on the subjects of apartheid, fascism, industrial strife and human rights.

 

Ewan MacColl

Ewan MacColl, co-founder of a workers' experimental theatre in Manchester, playwright, songwriter, collaborator in the Radio Ballads, cofounder of the Critics Group.

THE LATEST EWAN MACCOLL BOOK

Legacies of Ewan MacColl Last Interview

ewan maccoll last interview cover

 

It's very expensive in hardback (£65) but well worth it if you are a serious student of what my family calls The Auld Fella. The book will be appearing in 2015 in paperback at around £18.  It is a very easy read and in Peggy's opinion is, other than JOURNEYMAN, the best representation of Ewan MacColl yet.

Read the Extract and Reviews

 

 

Index to Information on this website about Ewan MacColl

For additional information contact kerry@ewanmaccoll.co.uk

 

Ewan MacColl Memorial Concerts and Book Launches (pdf)
Salford University Press Release
Oct. 22 - 27, 2009


4x6EwanMacColl2.jpgEwan MacColl's Biography

Ewan's Life and Works-overview of his life, links to his discography online, the Working Class Movement library and the Ewan MacColl/Peggy Seeger Archive at Ruskin College.

Ewan's Press Kit - photos and bio to download

Ewan MacColl Songbook-preview, excerpts and sample pages from the songbook

Reviews of The Essential Ewan MacColl Songbook

The Radio Ballads - how they were made, when and by whom, list of ballads

Journeyman - autobiography by Ewan MacColl

Information pertaining to Ewan on other websites

 

Class Act - The cultural and political life of Ewan MacColl

- book by Ben Harker

 

John Ross' Discography

 

Ted Powers' Ruskin Archive of Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger Songs

 

Working Class Movement Library-timeline of Ewan's life


New City Songster
  - Working Class Movement Library

New City Songster - order a microfiche copy for a mere $100usd.

Set into Song: Ewan MacColl, Charles Parker, Peggy Seeger and the Radio Ballads - book by Peter Cox

Kirsty MacColl-Ewan's daughter
Justice for Kirsty website

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