The Young Tradition
Transatlantic TRA 172 [LP]


  1. Inntro: Ductia

  2. Trad., arr. Wood, Bellamy, Wood
  3. The barley straw

  4. Thomas Campion, arr. Dolly Collins
  5. What if a day

  6. Trad., arr. Wood, Bellamy, Wood
  7. The loyal lover

  8. Robert Johnson
  9. Entracte: Stones in my passway

  10. C. Wesley, A. Davidsoon, Eccles: Sacred Harp
  11. Hymn: Idumea

  12. Trad., arr. Wood, Bellamy, Wood
  13. The husbandman and the servingman
  14. The rolling of the stones
  15. The bitter withy
  16. The banks of the Nile

  17. ----
    Rev. Robert Seagrave
  18. Wondrous love

  19. Anon., Anon., Bert Jansh, John Renbourn
  20. Medley: Mediaeval mystery tour

  21. APH (words), Heather Wood (music)
  22. Divertissement: Upon the bough

  23. Trad., arr.Wood, Bellamy, Wood
  24. Ratcliff highway
  25. The brisk young widow

  26. Anon.
  27. Interlude: The Pembroke unique ensemble / Soldiers Three

  28. Trad., arr. Wood, Bellamy, Wood, Cecil Sharpe coll.
  29. John Barleycorn

  30. Anon.:
  31. The Agincourt carol

Playing time: 38' 02" app.

[1]-[2], [6], [10]-[11], [17] The Young Tradition [Royston Wood, Peter Bellamy and Heather Wood]
[3], [18] The Young Tradition [Royston Wood, Peter Bellamy, Heather Wood] & Early Music Consort [David Munrow (shawm), Christopher Hogwood (percussion), Roddy Skeaping (viol), Adam Skeaping (viol)]
[4], [13] Heather Wood
[5], [9] Peter Bellamy
[7] Royston Wood, Peter Bellamy
[8] Royston Wood, Heather Wood
[12] ??
[14] Peter Bellamy and Heather Wood
[15] Royston Wood
[16] Dave Swarbrick (fiddle, mandolin), Sandy Denny (piano)

Essential Records ESMCD 461 [CD] The Young Tradition - Galleries & Royston Wood / Heather Wood - No Relation

Recording site and date:
Livingston Studio, U.K. [1968].

Information from owned CD compilation & Gianpaolo Banelli.
According to Gianpaolo Banelli, a set comprising "John Barleycorn/Wondrous Love/Banks of the Nile/3 trad. airs/5 cuts jig/En Vrai Amour/Bright Morning Star/The Rolling of the Stones/What If A Day" was recorded on 29 Jan 69 at BBC and broadcasted on 12 Feb 69 by Young Tradition, Munrow and Hogwood

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Pierre-F. Roberge