Thursday 9 July Friday 11 September Ewan MacColl 25 January - 22 October was a British folk singer, songwriter, socialist, actor, poet, playwright, and record producer. Thank you for listening and supporting Celtic Music Radio! The High Level Ranters "Bonnie Pit Laddie" Topic, Coal mining is a subject that holds a continuing fascination for UK folkies, both as folklore and as a topic fit for all upstanding class-conscious lefties. Dick Gaughan "Prentice Piece" Greentrax, A nice collection of Gaughan's work, with some unfortunate omissions, and maybe a bit too much of the poppish later work. A Different Kind of Love Song.
Revolution 3. The common thread running through all his work is Dick's passion in social justice and telling it like it is. The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 16 September Track Listing. During this period Gaughan also became actively involved in Usenet. My Donal 3.
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The Cruel Brother Roud 26; Child 11 5. In the early s Gaughan turned his hand to larger-scale composition and received two orchestral commissions from the Celtic Connections festival. He gave his reason for leaving the group as fear of flying, which was incompatible with the group's travelling commitments. Tracks Both Sides the Tweed Roud 3.
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Description: Wikimedia Commons. Shetland reels 1. Gaughan's first album, No More Forever , was recorded in Archived from the original on 26 July According to The Rough Guide to World Music "[his] passionate artistry towers like a colossus above three decades";  while another reviewer has commented that "in live performance he generates the sort of voodoo intensity you expect from the rawest blues, but hardly from the cosily insular world of British folk".