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The muse who inspired Ewan MacColl's 'First Time Ever I Saw Your Face' has produced a body of work that is unparalleled in its vehemence and remains a fountain of inspiration in a sea of bogus political correctness. - Ken Hunt, Q Magazine

Peggy Quotes 2

On Almost Commerically Viable, both Peggy and Irene's voices are really fresh, despite their combined ages of over a century. Peggy sounds clear and sharp in the hard-hitting song 'Guilty' and seductive in the jazzy 'Sweet Heroine'. Irene has a soft voice, high and light, which complements Peggy's voice well.
- Andy Malkin

 

Freeborn Man

Some not-so-old favourites by Ewan MacColl*

Sung by Ewan MacColl with Peggy Seeger 

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North Sea Holes
The Shoals of Herring
The Lags' Song
Come, Me Little Son
Moving On Song
Sweet Thames, Flow Softly
I'm a Rambler
Freeborn Man
The Driver's Song
The Ballad of Springhill
Thirty-Foot Trailer
Down the Lane
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
The Big Hewer
The Battle is Done With
Dirty Old Town


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*with the exception of The Ballad of Springhill, which is chiefly the work of Peggy Seeger
Blackthorne Records Ltd.  br1065 ©1983  Re-released by CAMSCO Music

 

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