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Thief’s Delight
New lyrics to the tune of an old American folk song The Fox.

The Blacksmith’s Ghost
A common legend of a ghostly murderer condemned to walk the earth as eternal penance for his crime.

Raven Headed Lass
A tale of forbidden love and elopement to the Americas.

Cursed Cornelius
True account of the 17th Century rebel rising by the Fenland Tigers against Dutch engineers.

Shores of New South Wales
Story of Will Stretton the Lincoln pick-pocket transported in 1817.

Passage of Time
A recruiting song with a modern twist.

Post To Pillar
A new take on the rambling life.

A Farmer’s Son
Like father like son on foreign shores.

Albion The Grand
A merchant sailor recalling his seafaring past.

Yarmouth Town
A traditional song of sailors and the landlord’s daughter.

The Machine Breaker
A salute to The Swing Riots of 1830-31 the rural equivalent to the Luddites.

Goodbye Cockaigne
An everyman’s dream of Utopia.

All Songs Written by McHugh / Neal except: Yarmouth Town (trad)
Thief’s Delight (lyrics McHugh, tune trad)

Martin Neal
12 String acoustic guitars, harmony vocals, bass guitar

Paul McHugh
Lead and harmony vocals

Lisa Banks
Lead vocals, harmony vocals, melodeon

Simon Faulks
Banjo and mandolin

Dan Fowler
Drums and percussion

Dawson Smith
Acoustic and bass guitar, backing vocals

Matthew Williams

Recorded at The Paddocks Studio, Wartnaby, Leicestershire
Recorded and engineered by Ross Hillard and Dan Fowler
Produced by Dawson Smith


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Maggie May

Preacher and the Slave

She moved through the Fair

Blaydon Races

Cursed Cornelius

Sun Arise

Over the Hills and Far Away

Wolds Maidens Lament

The Islander

Whip Jamboree

Drunken Sailor

Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore

and others


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