Leon Rosselson - Turning Silence Into Song flac album
Title: Turning Silence Into Song
Style: Political, Folk
MP3 album: 1824 mb
FLAC album: 1855 mb
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Genre: Folk / World music
The songs in this collection range over 40 years, from around 1963 to 2004.
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Turning Silence Into Song. Turning Silence Into Song. Leon Rosselson (born 1934) is a well-respected English songwriter and writer of children's books. Launching his career in the early '60s, he was a member of folk revivalist group The Galliards. Later, in 1962, he was a founding member of The Three City Four. He came to prominence, singing his own satirical songs, in the BBC's topical TV programme of the early 1960s, That Was The Week That Was. For much of his career Rosselson has toured Britain and abroad, singing mainly his own songs and accompanying himself with complex arrangements for acoustic guitar. Listen to Leon Rosselson now. Listen to Leon Rosselson in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 2010 Leon Rosselson/Robb Johnson/PM Press/Trade Root Music Group.
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Leon Rosselson (born 22 June 1934, Harrow, Middlesex) is an English songwriter and writer of children's books. After his early involvement in the folk music revival in Britain, he came to prominence, singing his own satirical songs, in the BBC's topical TV programme of the early 1960s, That Was The Week That Was. He toured Britain and abroad, singing mainly his own songs and accompanying himself with acoustic guitar. Bringing the News from Nowhere (125 selected songs) (1993). Turning Silence into Song (2003). British Film Institute: Cast of 'That Was The Week That Was'. The Guardian, 4 June 2009, 'A very modest provocateur'. Songs of Life from a Dying British Empire Album Details at Smithsonian Folkways. Detailed discography.
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|1||Jumbo The Elephant||4:44|
|2||Song Of The Free Press||5:57|
|3||The Wall That Stands Between||6:47|
|5||General Lockjaw Briefs The Troops||2:02|
|7||Dead Man Never Die||3:42|
|8||The Enemy's Poised To Attack||5:58|
|9||I Don't Want Your Red Red Roses||2:31|
|10||Strange, The Things We Don't Remember||3:01|
|11||Brass Band Music||3:21|
|12||Song Of The Olive Tree||4:09|
|14||My Father's Jewish World||5:54|
- Bass – Bill Amatneek (tracks: 9)
- Bass [ Bowed ] – Miranda Sykes (tracks: 10)
- Cello – Camilla Saunders (tracks: 4)
- Guitar – Martin Carthy (tracks: 5, 7, 11), Robb Johnson (tracks: 4, 6, )
- Guitar, Fiddle, Mandolin – Jody Stecher (tracks: 9)
- Keyboards – Fiz Shapur (tracks: 2, 12)
- Vocals – Frankie Armstrong (tracks: 9)
- Vocals, Guitar – Leon Rosselson
NotesThe songs in this collection range over 40 years, from around 1963 to 2004
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- Barcode: 5029424000927