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Ballads of the Revolution 1767-1781: Sung by Wallace House with Guitar

Ballads of the Revolution 1767-1781: Sung by Wallace House with Guitar

British-born folklorist Wallace House selected these 20 ballads for their historical significance and arranged them on this collection chronologically. The recording opens with a song from 1767 describing attempts to reconcile England with the colonies, and ends with a song about the defeat of the British Army at Saratoga from 1781.

Illustrated liner notes set the scene for the music and describe the background to events featured in the songs.

Track Listing

101
The World Turned Upside Down Wallace House 1:53
102
The Liberty Song Wallace House 3:02
103
Free America Wallace House 1:40
104
Maryland Resolves Wallace House 1:10
105
What a Court Hath Old England Wallace House 1:33
106
Banks of the Dee (Original) Wallace House 2:14
107
Banks of the Dee (American Parody) Wallace House 1:52
201
The Pennsylvania Song Wallace House 1:37
202
Yankee Doodle, or The Yankee's Return From Camp Wallace House 2:23
203
How Happy the Soldier Wallace House 1:12
204
The Death of Warren Wallace House 4:10
205
Bunker Hill Wallace House 2:16
301
The Dying Sergeant Wallace House 2:57
302
The British Light Infantry Wallace House 1:26
303
Chester Wallace House 1:52
304
The Toast Wallace House 2:08
401
The Yankee Man of War or The Stately Southerner or Paul Jones Privateer or The Ranger Wallace House 2:33
402
Mad Anthony Wayne Wallace House 2:13
403
Sergeant Champe Wallace House 2:21
404
Cornwallis Burgoyned Wallace House 3:01

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