Recorded live at the Walthamstow Folk Club at the Plough Inn. London, England. May 9, 2010.
Peak in sub-genre #13
Written by Jean Ritchie. Performed live at the Walthamstow Folk Club in London on May 9, 2010.
Peak in sub-genre #14
Traditional Scottish ballad.
Peak in sub-genre #7
Traditional song in French. Condensed translation: 'The wool of the sheep. It is we who shear it, wash it, card it, spin it, sell it, and sing about it.' Duet with the late Marilyn Maltzer.
Peak position #97
Traditional country and western song of lost love. Great for geography quizzes. Back-up vocals by Evy Mayer on choruses.
Peak position #92
Classic western style song written by James Grafton Rogers and John H. Gower in 1911. Original copyright lapsed in 1967. Modern arrangement by Anne Price.
Peak in sub-genre #17
A positive message for women of my age -- middle age -- and older.
Peak in sub-genre #15
Traditional song about the Erie Canal in upstate New York.
Peak in sub-genre #26