1. The Furey's (Finbar And George) And Bob Stewart (4) The Furey's (Finbar And George) And Bob Stewart (4) - Tomorrow We Part ‎ (LP, Album) Broadside.
  2. The Unique Sound of the Psaltery, an Album by Bob Stewart. Released in on Argo (catalog no. ZDA ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Folk, Psychedelic Folk. Featured peformers: Bob Stewart (psaltery, guitar, cittern, flageolet), Alistair Anderson (English concertina), Janet James (synthesizer), Lee James (synthesizer), Kevin Daly (producer, recording engineer), Chris Hazell (producer.
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  4. The Weavers were an American folk music quartet based out of the Greenwich Village area in New York City. They sang traditional folk songs from around the wo.
  5. Buchan points out its early 20th century place in Ford’s Vagabond Songs and Ballads ( ), where another verse is given: “The ploughman lads they mock us, and speak aye about’s, And say we are thin-faced, bleach’d-like clouts; But yet for a’ their mockery they canna do withoot’s – Na, they canna want the honourable weavers.”.
  6. The album doesn't have much diversity in style, so if they were really trying to do songs from "around the world" they failed preserve the distinctive character of the songs or they just had a really narrow idea of "the world". The first song is cute because it has little excerpts of different songs as a kind of intro for the album.
  7. Album Review. I Concentrate On You by Michael P. Gladstone The 4 Most/Bob Stewart by Michael P. Gladstone Love Songs by Jack Bowers Take Two by Dave Nathan Then .
  8. Get all the lyrics to songs by The Weavers and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.

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