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England

Ewan MacColl

Ewan MacColl: Discography
78s, EPs & 45s


78 RPMs: 1950-1957

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  • 1950: Topic TRC.39 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. Four Pence a Day (Teesdale lead miner's song)
      2. Barnyards of Delgatie (Aberdeenshire bothy song)
      3. The Asphalter's Song
      4. I'm Champion at Keeping 'em Rolling
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals

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  • 1950: Topic TRC.40 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. McKaffery (A soldier's song of Liverpool Irish origins)
      2. The Four Loom Weaver
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals

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  • 1951: Topic TRC.46 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. As I Went Out One May Morning (Traditional Irish folk song)
      2. Keach in the Creel (Traditional East-coast Scots Ballad)
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals

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  • 1951 - Topic TRC.48 [10"] — w/Al Jeffery
    • Tracks
      1. Collier Laddie (Scottish Folk Song)
      2. Johnny Lad (Traditional Children's Song)
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Al Jeffery: Banjo

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  • 1951 - Topic TRC.49 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. The Ballad Of Stalin (Ewan McColl)
      2. The Brewer Laddie
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Al Jeffery: Guitar & Banjo

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  • 1951 - Topic TRC.50 [10"] — w/Al Jeffery
    • Tracks
      1. Poor Paddy Works on the Railway — Ewan MacColl
      2. Cannily, Cannily (Traditional Lullaby) — Isla Cameron
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Isla Cameron: Vocals
    • Al Jeffery: Guitar

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  • 1951 - Topic TRC.51 [10"] — w/Al Jeffery
    • Tracks
      1. Moses of the Mail (19th Century railway song) — Ewan MacColl
      2. The Fireman's not for Me (Words by Ewan MacCool, Tune Trad.) — Isla Cameron
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Isla Cameron: Vocals
    • Al Jeffery: Guitar & Banjo

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  • 1951 - Topic TRC.54 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. The Ballad of Stalin (Ewan McColl) — Ewan MacColl
      2. Sovietland (Land Of Freedom) — Mark Raizen
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals (Track: a)
    • Al Jeffery: Guitar (Track: a)
    • Mark Raizen: Vocals — w/The Soviet State Choir and Orchestra (Track: b)
  • Note
    • "The Ballad of Stalin" appears to be a reissue of TRC.49.

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  • 1951 - Topic TRC.55 [10"] — w/Al Jeffery
    • Tracks
      1. The Coalowner and the Pitman's Wife (Tyneside coalmining song — Traditional)
      2. Jamie Foyers (Scottish traditional melody with words by Ewan MacColl)
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Al Jeffery: Banjo

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  • 1952: His Master's Voice B 10259 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. Van Dieman's Land (Traditional)
      2. Lord Randall (Traditional)
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
  • Credits
    • Recorded in London, Friday, January 4th, 1952
    • Recorded under the auspices of the Englush Folk Dance and Somg Society

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  • 1952: His Master's Voice B 10260 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. Sir Patrick Spens (Traditional)
      2. Eppie Morrie (Traditional)
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
  • Credits
    • Recorded in London, Friday, January 4th, 1952
    • Recorded under the auspices of the Englush Folk Dance and Somg Society

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  • 1952: Topic TRC.56 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. Dirty Old Town (Ewan MacColl)
      2. Sheffield Apprentice (A "come all ye" ballad)
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Al Jeffery: Guitar

image  The Song Of The Fire Bridages Union: 1952: Topic TRC.57 [10"]

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  • 1952: Topic TRC.57 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. The Song Of The Fire Bridages Union (Ewan MacColl)
      2. Browned Off
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Al Jeffery: Guitar

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  • 1953: Topic TRC.71 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. Ballad of New Poland (Ewan MacColl)
      2. Trafford Road Ballad (Adapated from a traditional air)
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Brian Daly: Guitar

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  • 1953: Topic TRC.75 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. Girl at Stzalinvaros (Ewan MacColl)
      2. It's Only Propaganda (Ewan MacColl)
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Brian Daly: Guitar

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  • 1954: Topic TRC.77 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. Johnny Breadisley (Traditional Scottish Ballad)
      2. Henry Martin (Traditional Brittish Ballad)
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Brian Daly: Guitar

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  • 1954: Topic TRC.78 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. Johnny Todd (Traditional English Ballad)
      2. Cosher Bailey's Engine (Welsh Industrial Song)
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Brian Daly: Guitar

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  • 1954: Topic TRC.79 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. Wull Cayrd
      2. The Swan-Necked Valve
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Brian Daly: Guitar

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  • 1956: Topic TRC.93 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. The Iron Horse (Scottish Railway Ballad)
      2. Four Pence a Day (Ballad from Teasdale lead mines)
      3. Wark O' the Weavers (Scottish 18th Century Ballad)
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Brian Daly: Guitar

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  • 1956: Topic TRC.97 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. Sixteen Tons (American Work Song) [Merle Travis]
      2. The Swan-Necked Valve (British Foundry Workers’ song) [Words:Alex Russell; Tune: Scots Trad.]
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Brian Daly: Guitar

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  • 1956: Topic TRC.102 [10"]
    • Tracks
      1. The Banks of Sweet Dundee (Scottish Folk Song)
      2. Fitba' Crazy (Scottish Street Song)
      3. The Wee Cooper O' Fife
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • Alf Edwards: Concertina
    • Brian Daly: Guitar

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  • 1957: Wattle A-9/A-10 [10"] — Australia
    • Tracks
      1. Jim Jones at Botany Bay (Folk Song) — Ewan MacColl
      2. Euabalong Ball (Folk Song) — A.L. Lloyd
  • Musicians
    • Ewan MacColl: Vocals
    • A.L. Lloyd: Vocals
    • Peggy Seeger: Guitar
    • John Cole: Mouth Organ

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