The Argo Folk Catalogue, 1970-79

Click on highlighted entries for track listing and (sometimes) notes.

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1970
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garretsingers

Various Artists – Music From Czechoslovakia

The Critics Group – As we were a-sailing

The Garret Singers – The Garret Singers

Cyril Tawney – A Mayflower Garland

Peter Bellamy – Oak, Ash & Thorn

burntofferingThe Honeydew – The Honeydew

The Yetties – Keep A’Runnin’, It’s The Yetties!</strong>

Various Artists – This Is Man’s World

The Druids – Burnt Offering

Gothic Horizon – The Jason Lodge Poetry Book

Dave Goulder & Liz Dyer – January Man

worldofem&psvol1Ewan MacColl & Peggy Seeger – World of Ewan McColl & Peggy Seeger

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1971
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The Tinkers – Spring Rain

The Critics Group – Ye Mariners All

theworldoffolk[1]Various Artists – World of Folk

O’Dalaigh’s Ceili Band – The World of Irish Dancing

Ian Campbell Folk Group – The Sun Is Burning

The Clutha – Scotia!

Marie Little – Factory Girl

Rick Jones – Twixt You and Me

zfb30Jon and Mike Raven and Jean Ward – Kate of Coalbrookdale

Dave Goulder & Liz Dyer – The Raven And The Crow

The Songwainers – The Songwainers

The Yetties – Our friends the Yetties

Talisman – Primrose Dreams

Various Artists – Music from Iran

Various Artists – Music from Israel

Various Artists – The World of the Very Young
songwainers
Various Artists – The Living Tradition, Songs of Krishna

Various Artists – The Living Tradition, Music from Yugoslavia

Various Artists – Religions of the Middle East: Christian, Jewish, Islamic

Various Artists  – Religions of India
newdeal1
New Deal String Band – Down in the Willow

David Munrow and the Early Music Consort of London – Songs of Love and War, music of the Crusades

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1972
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Martyn Wyndham Read, The Druids, Band of The Scots Guards – Songs and music of the Redcoats
gothictomorrow
Gothic Horizon – Tomorrow Is Another Day

Rick Jones – Hiya Maya

Giles Farnaby’s Dream Band – Giles Farnaby’s Dream Band

Sam Parry – If Sadness Could Sing

Ewan MacColl – Solo Flight

Ewan MacColl & Peggy Seeger – World of Ewan MacColl & Peggy Seeger Vol 2

Wally Whyton – The World Of Wally Whyton
gilesfarnaby
Bob Arnold (with the Yetties) – Mornin’ All

Cyril Tawney – In Port

Peter Bellamy (with Louis Killen) – Won’t You Go My Way?

The Yetties – Dorset is beautiful

The Druids – Pastime With Good Company

Various Artists – The Living Tradition, The Syrian Maqams

Various Artists – The Living Tradition, Music from Bangladesh

Various Artists – The Living Tradition, Two Centruries of Bengali Songs

Bonnie Dobson – Bonnie Dobson

merlinsisleofgramarye[1]Peter Bellamy – Merlin’s Isle of Gramarye

The Barrow Poets – The Magic Egg

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1973
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Trevor Crozier’s Broken Consort – A Parcel of Old Crams

Martyn Wyndham Read – Harry the Hawker is Dead
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The Yetties – All at sea

Cyril Tawney – I will give my love

Various Artists – The World Of Folk Vol 2

Cooperation – One More Mountain To Climb

Talisman – Stepping Stones

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theworldoffolk2[1]1974
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Various Artists – The World of The Countryside

The Yetties with The Sherborne Town Band – Up In Arms

Various Artists – The Living Tradition, Songs and Dances from Nepal

Roger Nicholson – The Gentle Sound of the Dulcimer
martinbestwarwickshire
The Martin Best Consort – The Warwickshire Lad

Various Artists – The Living Tradition, Dervish Ceremonial Music

Various Artists – The Living Tradition, Songs of the Santal Aborigines

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1975
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psalteryThe Yetties – The Yetties of Yetminster

The Martin Best Consort – Fine Old English Tory Times

The Yetties – Let’s have a party

Bob Stewart (with Alistair Anderson) – The Unique Sound Of The Psaltery

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1976
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The Yetties – The world of the Yetties

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1978
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Benjamin Luxon, David Willison – Break The News to Mother (Victorian and Edwardian Ballads)

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1979
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Susan Baker – Susan Baker’s Fiddles and Follies

~ by folkcatalogue on May 7, 2009.

One Response to “The Argo Folk Catalogue, 1970-79”

  1. I savor, lead to I found just what I was looking for. You’ve ended my 4 day long hunt! God Bless you man. Have a nice day. Bye

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