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Chumbawamba - English Rebel Songs 1381-1914

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Chumbawamba - English Rebel Songs 1381-1914

Chumbawamba - English Rebel Songs 1381-1914
In the Name of all the poor oppressed in the Land of ENGLAND.

EAC/Flac+Log-no Cue | 161 MB | Full Scans 300 dpi | Rs.com
Folk/Rock | One Little Indian Records #840 906 2 | 1994


Tracks
01. The Cutty Wren (0:52)
02. The Diggers Song (3:29)
03. Colliers' March (2:31)
04. The Triumph of General Ludd (3:00)
05. Chartist Anthem (1:48)
06. Song on the Times (3:00)
07. Smashing of the Van (2:25)
08. World Turned Upside Down (1:20)
09. Poverty Knock (3:13)
10. Idris Strike Song (2:50)
11. Hanging on the Old Barbed Wire (2:07)
12. The Cutty Wren II (0:49)

Total time: 27m 28s

Recorded Woodlands Studio, April 1988
Engineered by Neil Ferguson
Songs arranged and sung by Chumbawamba

Chumbawamba on this recording are:
Harry
Simon Commonknowledge
Lou
Boff
Mavis Dillon
Cobie Laan
Danbert Nobacon

Alice Nutter was otherwise engaged
Dunst was reading football fanzines

Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 4 from 23. January 2008

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Chumbawamba / English Rebel Songs 1381-1914

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History is boring. Loads of half—truths strung together by academics. Everything you learnt at school, all the Kings, Queens, Laws, Wars and Battles, you forgot straight away. Which means that real history — the lives of ordinary people, their struggles and their victories, not the glorified lives of the rich — is lost under the mountains of knighthoods and life peerages.
The real history of England is full of riots, revolutions, rebellions and insurrections. It's a history of perpetual class war, waged by the poor, against the state, the clergy and the landlords. And unlike the history we learn in school, the history of rebellion is something we can learn from. And it's a sight more interesting.
Throughout England's history, whilst peasants and workers were marching, striking and fighting, there have been radical ballads and songs. Written to publicise and to inspire. Written so that some particular piece of history can be passed on from generation to generation. The Folk music of struggle, written by and for the common "folk".

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The words are sung, with a couple of exceptions, exactly how we found them written. To start chopping and changing them all to fit in with modern language and ideas would have destroyed the reason why we wanted to do them like this. (Which isn't to say that folk music isn't to be changed, edited and modernised.) Consequently the language and meaning seem a bit peculiar at times.


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