Note: Harry List introduces himself as a stockman who has kept sheep, bullocks, pheasants all his life. His father was a laborer and a horseman, worked the land all his life but wasn't a singer. List learned his songs from a "Devon chap" named Arthur Kent. (Speed and pitch-corrected 93.89%/-1.092.)
About the session: Ballads sung by Harry List and his nephew Alec Bloomfield. Recorded by Alan Lomax and Peter Kennedy (at too fast a speed).
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