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Wolfe (One Last Time)
Shropshire Bedlams
Albion Heart
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The Written Word
Sway With Me
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Life's Little Ironies
The Dorsetshire Labourer
The Transports
25 Years Later
The Road To Colchester
A Daughter of Albion
Rupert Bear
Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band
Poor Murdered Woman
In Merstham Tunnel
The Murder of Maria Marten
Grace Notes
Blowzabella
They Called Her Babylon
Sweet Themmes Run Softly
The Albion River Hymn
Winter
December
Hark The Village Wait
Hark! The Village Wait: Lyrics and Notes
Endurance
Stories I Have Tried To Write
Swan Arcade
Sound, Sound Your Instruments of Joy
Two Unsolved
John 'Babbacombe' Lee
The Summer Before The War
Meet On The Ledge
Lordenshaws
Mr Fox
A Picture of Britain
Elegy Written In A Country Church Yard
The Duck Race
Morris Off

Mr. Fox were Bob and Carole Pegg with the addition of Alan Eden - drums, Barry Lyons - electric bass, Andrew Massey - cello, and John Myatt - woodwinds

The lyrics of these songs are stories from the Yorkshire Dales and seem to be other worldly, impossibly rural, as shown in  the following:

'Walk in a valley that never saw the sun

step by the stones where the icy waters run

stand in a church where the village choir once sang

and all along the path way where the dead man used to hang'

Taken from the song 'The Hanged Man', about the death reflections of a newly hanged man and his bodily absorption back into nature.

 

1915-2004

Mr Fox 1970

The Gypsy 1971

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