The Young Tradition - Galleries (1968) Vanguard/VSD-79295 - Original US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

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The Young Tradition - Galleries (1968) Vanguard/VSD-79295 - Original US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

The Young Tradition - Galleries
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Label: Vanguard/VSD-79295 | Released: 1968 | Genre: Progressive-Folk

A1a Indtroduction – Ducita 3:14
A1bThe Barley Straw
A2 What If A Day 2:13
A3 The Loyal Lover 1:41
A4 Entr’act – Stones In My Passway 1:00
A5 Idumea 2:09
A6 The Husbandman And The Serving Man 4:14
A7 The Rolling Of The Stones 0:56
A8 The Bitter Withy 2:19
A9 The Banks Of The Nile 2:09

B1 Wondrous Love 2:46
B2 Medieval Mystery Tour 2:13
B3 Divertissement – Upon The Bough 0:30
B4 Ratcliff Highway 1:58
B5 Thew Brisk Young Widow 1:47
B6 Interlude – The Pembroke Unique Ensemble 1:11
B7 John Barleycorn 2:27
B8 The Agincourt Carol 4:39


Credits
Arranged By – The Young Tradition (tracks: A1b, A3, A6 to A9, B4, B5, B7)
Artwork By [Cover] – William Watters
Fiddle, Mandolin – Dave Swarbrick
Organ [Portative], Arranged By [Agumented Arrangements] – Dolly Collins
Percussion – Chris Hogwood*
Producer – Bill Leader
Shawm – David Munrow
Viol – Adam Skeaping, Roddy Skeaping*
Vocals, Percussion [Tambour], Tambourine – Royston Wood
Vocals, Whistle – Heather Wood
Vocals, Whistle, Guitar, Concertina – Pete Bellamy*
Written-By – Anonymous (tracks: A1a, B2, B3, B8), Traditional (tracks: A1b, A3, A6 to A9, B4, B5, B7)


The Young Tradition - Galleries (1968) Vanguard/VSD-79295 - Original US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

The Young Tradition - Galleries (1968) Vanguard/VSD-79295 - Original US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

The Young Tradition - Galleries (1968) Vanguard/VSD-79295 - Original US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz



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The Young Tradition was formed on 18 April 1965 by Peter Bellamy (8 September 1944 – 19 September 1991), Royston Wood (born 1935 died 8 April 1990) and Heather Wood (born Arielle Heather Wood, 31 March 1945, Attercliffe, Sheffield, Yorkshire) (who was unrelated to Royston Wood). Most of their repertoire was traditional British folk music, sung without instrumental accompaniment, and was drawn especially from the music of the Copper Family from Sussex, who had a strong oral musical tradition. They augmented the pure folk music with some composed songs which were strongly rooted in the English folk tradition, such as sea shanties written by Cyril Tawney, of which “Chicken on a Raft” was the most notable.

In the late 1960s, London became the centre of the English folk music revival and The Young Tradition moved there, sharing a house with John Renbourn, Bert Jansch and Anne Briggs.

They recorded three albums and an EP, on the Transatlantic Records label. They also collaborated with Shirley Collins on an album recorded in 1969 called The Holly Bears the Crown. A single of the Boar’s Head Carol was released from these sessions in 1974 (by Argo Records), but owing in part to the band’s 1969 break up, the full album was not released until 1995 (by Fledg’ling Records). Transatlantic also released a compilation record in 1969: The Young Tradition Sampler.

Their later work became more influenced by mediaeval music. “Galleries”, their last album released during the life of the band, was musically augmented by Dolly Collins, Dave Swarbrick, David Munrow and The Early Music Consort. It included a version of Agincourt Carol.

In 1969, the group split up on account of their different musical preferences, with Bellamy wanting to pursue pure traditional music. Their final concert was at Cecil Sharp House, home of the English Folk Dance and Song Society, in October 1969.

Royston and Heather Wood continued to work together after the split with Peter Bellamy in 1969, but they didn’t record again until 1977 when they released No Relation, an album which included Peter Bellamy as guest singer on three tracks and also appearances by guitarists Pete Kirtley and Simon Nicol and bass guitarist Ashley Hutchings.

Royston Wood sang briefly with Swan Arcade and died after a car accident in 1990, and Peter Bellamy committed suicide in 1991. Heather Wood has lived in New York City since 1977
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