Note: Tom Thomas recalls the six-month strike of 1898 when miners would go from village to village singing ballads for shillings, and discusses his involvement in wage strikes before there was a union. He tells a joke about a miner looking for work from a farmer.
About the session: Interviews with and songs sung by former miners at the Miner's Club in Treorchy.
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