The Albion River Hymn: prelude

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The Albion River Hymn: prelude
The Albion River Hymn
Sweet Themmes Run Softly
Three Men in a Boat
Down The Stream The Swans All Glide.
Swan-Upping Song
The Sheep Shearing Song
The Building of Our Bridge
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Still On The Wild Side of Town
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Life on the River
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John Moore (1907-1967)
Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey
Gilbert White (1720-1793)

from Albion River Hymn (1981):
June Tabor, vocals; Carolyn Moody, spoken word; Howard Goorney, spoken word; Phil Pickett, woodwinds and cittern; Pete Bullock, keyboards and clarinet; Simon Nicol, vocals and guitar; Ashley Hutchings, vocals and bass guitar; Michael Gregory, drums.

Sweet Themmes Run Softly (0:14)

Poor Old Horse (2:03)

Howard reads from Jerome K. Jerome's Three Men in a Boat (2:39)

Simon Nicol (as a swan) reciting a poem by Spike Milligan (0:30)

Swan-Upping Song (2:46)

Down The Stream The Swans All Glide.

Down the stream the swans all glide;
It's quite the cheapest way to ride.
Their legs get wet,
Their tummies wetter:
I think after all
The bus is better.

Spike Milligan

The Albion River Hymn

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