GRIEF AND GLORY — Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor
Signature tune by Peter Firth, about the two sides of man's experience, his mastery of nature — and yet his uncertainty.
BACK BUCHANAN STREET — Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor
By Harry and Gordon Dison of Liverpool. Many people are being rehoused. But do they all enjoy being uprooted ? This song answers "No!"
TREAD LIGHTLY — Nadia Cattouse
By Ruth Roberts of Alsager, Cheshire. A love song — with a modern plea for not too much involvement.
TALKIN' TROUBLE — MONDAY BLUES — Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor
By Philip Hills of Crowborough, Sussex. Getting down to brass tacks — everyday life in the suburbs.
THE THRESHOLD — Nadia Cattouse
By Susan Tuck of Cirencester. A young girl — her feelings on the threshold of adulthood.
THERE MUST BE SOMETHING WONDERFUL ABOUT FIGHTING — Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor
By Tommy Gardner and Gary White-head of Exeter. An ironic comment on the fact of man's perpetual aggressiveness.
KELSTON ROUND HILL — Nadia Cattouse
By Christopher Rowe of Kingston-upon-Hull. A ballad of life — joy, war, and grief, against the background of nature's rhythm.
THE FOLK SINGER — Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor
By Neil McGowan of Derry, N.I. A protest about professional protesters.
IF THAT IS WHAT YOU WANT — Nadia Cattouse
By Andrew Rainbow of London. About the many choices open to man. Beware! You may get what you want!
PIGS CAN SEE THE WIND — Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor
By Dave Goulder of Achnashellach, Ross Shire. On the foolishness of man.
PEOPLE LIKE PEOPLE LIKE THEMSELVES — Nadia Cattouse
By Jeanette Stanley of London. A satirical comment on human nature and the way to success.
FOLK NATIVITY — Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor
By Jane Laxton of Colwyn Bay. A Christmas song by a schoolgirl.
THE MAN FOR ALL COLOURS — Nadia Cattouse
By Nick Parry Jones of London. A ballad on the splendour of true love.
IRONY ROAD — Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor
By Dafydd Idris Edwards of Carmarthen. Where will we be when the chips are down ? Ferocious reminder of human badness.