Note: A song written (and translated into English) by the bard Alasdair Mac Mhaighstir (McMaster) Alasdair. MacColl learned the song from a fisherman in Argyllshire, the great-grandson of a bard named Sandy Grant.
About the session: Ballads, work songs, and diddling songs performed by Ewan MacColl in London.
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