A Collection (Anne Briggs album)

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A Collection
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Compilation album by Anne Briggs
Released 1999
Recorded 1963-1971
Genre Folk
Length 76:35
Label Topic
Producer Tony Engle
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 5/5 stars[1]

A Collection is a compilation album by Anne Briggs, released by Topic Records in 1999.

The recordings are drawn from The Iron Muse (1963), Edinburgh Folk Festival (1963), Edinburgh Folk Festival Vol. 2 (1964), The Hazards of Love (1964), The Bird In The Bush (Traditional Erotic Songs) (1966) and Anne Briggs (1971)[2]

Track listing[edit]

Source: Amazon[3]

No. Title Original album and date Length
1. "The Recruited Collier" The Iron Muse – 1963 2:42
2. "The Doffing Mistress" The Iron Muse – 1963 1:26
3. "She Moves Through the Fair" Edinburgh Folk Festival – 1963 2:19
4. "Let No Man Steal Your Thyme" Edinburgh Folk Festival Vol. 2 – 1964 1:49
5. "Lowlands" The Hazards of Love – 1964 3:15
6. "My Bonny Boy" The Hazards of Love – 1964 2:52
7. "Polly Vaughan" The Hazards of Love – 1964 4:25
8. "Rosemary Lane" The Hazards of Love – 1964 2:43
9. "Gathering Rushes in the Month of May" The Bird In The Bush – 1966 4:51
10. "The Whirly Whorl" The Bird In The Bush – 1966 1:17
11. "The Stonecutter Boy" The Bird In The Bush – 1966 1:57
12. "Martinmas Time" The Bird In The Bush – 1966 4:56
13. "Blackwater Side" Anne Briggs – 1971 3:54
14. "The Snow it Melts The Soonest" Anne Briggs – 1971 2:23
15. "Willie o Winsbury" Anne Briggs – 1971 5:33
16. "Go Your Way" Anne Briggs – 1971 4:13
17. "Thorneymoor Woods" Anne Briggs – 1971 3:36
18. "The Cuckoo" Anne Briggs – 1971 3:11
19. "Reynardine" Anne Briggs – 1971 2:59
20. "Young Tambing" Anne Briggs – 1971 10:44
21. "Living By The Water" Anne Briggs – 1971 3:55
22. "Maa Bonny Lad" Anne Briggs – 1971 1:18

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Discography at Informatik Records". Retrieved 22 March 2011. 
  3. ^ "Track Listing at Amazon". Retrieved 22 March 2011.