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  1. Commendations. The accompanying book to the Topic Records 70 year anniversary boxed set Three Score and Ten lists two of their albums as classic albums. The first is Frost and Fire: 34 with Hal-an-Tow as the eleventh track on the second CD and the second is For Pence and Spicy Ale.: 46 The title track of the boxed set is taken from the various artists album New Voices and is the seventeenth.
  2. Listen to T Stands For Thomas from The Watersons's For Pence And Spicy Ale for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Listen to T Stands For Thomas from The Watersons's For Pence And Spicy Ale for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Their first album was Frost and Fire (awarded the "Melody Maker.
  3. Jun 20,  · No One Stands Alone is an album by the folk group Blue Murder, recorded and issued All of the songs on the album are sung in ensemble, but the sound mix varies on each track. For example, the female voices are much quieter on the "male" song, "Bully in the Alley". Mike Waterson's voice is to the fore in his own song "Rubber Band".
  4. Listen free to The Watersons – For Pence And Spicy Ale (Country Life, Swarthfell Rocks and more). 21 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .
  5. In the early summer of Topic released "for pence and spicy ale" by The Watersons. At the recording the group was at the top of their form. It had been several years since they had recorded and this new record marked their return to the British Folk Scene/5(3).
  6. Feb 20,  · For pence and spicy ale introduced the “new” Watersons of the s – when Martin Carthy joined the group. Two music papers judged it Folk Album of the Year in and, for many, it is the best album that The Watersons have ever produced. Topic has re-mastered the recordings from the original tapes to produce unparalleled sound quality, and re-packaged it in a handsome digipak.
  7. For Pence and Spicy Ale sounds like the back room of an old pub in its charming immediacy; listeners really get a sense of the fun it is to sing these old traditional songs with affection and respect. [A reissue also included some later solo Waterson recordings which featured others helping out.].
  8. "For pence and spicy ale" is a fabulous album and marked a return to recording back in after a few years break. The last album had been "A Yorkshire garland" from So this was a long time coming but it was worth the wait because this was such a great album/5(12).

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