Playing time: 69' 55"
- Shirley Collins (folk singer) & Dolly Collins (folk singer)
The Early Music Consort of London [Adam Skeaping (bass viol, violone), Roderick Skeaping (rebec, treble viol, bass viol), Oliver Brooks (bass viol), Michael Laird (cornett), Richard Lee (descant recorder, treble recorder), Alan Lumsden (sackbut), Christopher Hogwood (harpsichord), Dolly Collins, (organ), Gillian Reid (bells), David Munrow (soprano, crumhorn. alto crumhornsm, bass rackett, tenor sordun, treble recorder)] - David Munrow, dir.
Chorus "The Home Brew" [Michael Clifton, Ray Worman, John Fordham]
Royston Wood, Steve Ashley, John Morgan
 John Rodd (anglo-concertina), Chris Hogwood (virginals), Simon Nicol (acoustic guitar), Pat Donaldson (electric bass guitar, Dave Mattacks (drum), Roger Brenner (alto sackbut), Colin Sheen (tenor sackbut), Paul Beer (tenor sakbut), Martin Nicholls (tenor sackbut)
 John Sothcott (vièle)
 John Kirkpatrick (melodeon), Terry Potter (mouth organ), john Reid (anglo-concertina), Ashley Hutchings (acoustic bass guitar), Dave Mattacks (drum)
 John Rodd (anglo-concertina), Simon Nichol (electric guitar), Pat Donaldson (electric bass guitar),Martin Nicholls (bass sackbut), Dave Mattacks (regal, drums)
 John Sothcott (vièle, recorder)
 John Watcham (anglo-concertina), John Kirkpatrick (button accordion), John Rodd (anglo-concertina), Terry Potter (mouth organ), Simon Nicol (electric guitar), Ashley Hutchings (electric bass guitar), Dave Mattacks (drum), David Busby (dancing, vocals), Mike Clifton (dancing, vocals), Dots Daultrey (dancing, vocals), Stuart Hollyer (dancing, vocals), Rogerr Rigden (dancing, vocals), Ada Turnham (dancing, vocals)
The Albion Morris Men (in Black Joker)
Recording site and date:
- Unknown [06/1969]
- Sound Techniques Studio, Cambridge [1975 / 1976]
Rel.: 1993 (for EMI), 1999 (for BGO)
- Harvest 754 [LP] Anthems in Eden
- Harvest ??? [LP] Amaranth
Information from owned CD, Jos Haring and Gianpaolo Banelli
 It was originally recorded for BBC Radio 1 "My Kind of Folk" in August 1968, then recorded in February 1969 for EMI's "progressive" Harvest Label with the help of David Munrow and his Early Consort, plus some vocal chorus incl. Royston Wood and Steve Ashley.
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