David Keith Jones | Old Time Jubilee

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Old Time Jubilee

by David Keith Jones

Celebrate with an old time folk jubilee from England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales. Some are rebel songs. Band tracks are included which stand alone or can serve as backing.
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. The Candlelight Fisherman
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2. The Leaving of Liverpool
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3. Maa Bonny Lad
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2:04 $0.39
4. Ould John Braddlum
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3:42 $0.39
5. Sally in Our Alley
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6. The Water of Tyne
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7. What Shall We Do With the Drunken Sailor?
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8. Windy Old Weather
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9. The Wraggle Taggle Gypsies
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10. The Mermaid
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11. Sosban Fach
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12. Cwm Rhondda
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13. Rachie: I Bob Un Sydd Ffyddlon
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14. Saylon Dola
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15. Avenging and Bright
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16. The Wearing of the Green
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17. Little Mary Cassidy
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18. Wi' a Hundred Pipers
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19. Bonnie Dundee
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20. The Banks of Allan Water
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21. Sosban Fach (Instrumental or Backing)
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22. Cwm Rhondda (Instrumental or Backing)
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23. Rachie: I Bob Un Sydd Ffyddlon (Instrumental or Backing)
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24. Saylon Dola (Instrumental or Backing)
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25. Avenging and Bright (Piano or Backing)
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26. The Wearing of the Green (Instrumental or Backing)
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27. Little Mary Cassidy (Instrumental or Backing)
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28. Wi' a Hundred Pipers (Instrumental or Backing)
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29. Bonnie Dundee (Instrumental or Backing)
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30. The Banks of Allan Water (Instrumental or Backing)
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31. Guide Me O Thou Great Redeemer
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32. The Fair Maid of Perth: Act 1: Serenade (Instrumental or Backing)
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33. The Fair Maid of Perth: Act 1: Serenade
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34. Si hei lwli 'mabi (Instrumental or Backing)
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35. Si Hei Lwli 'mabi: Hush My Darling
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Singer David Keith Jones creates backing tracks for his vocals which helped gain a million hits for his videos on You Tube by 2011. He ranges from opera and lieder to traditional, popular and jazz. David began as a chorister in Wales then played in a band. After voice training at university in England he later resumed musical study and was coached by Gerald Davies, former principal tenor at Sadlers Wells. An early stage role for David was as Jack Worthing in Oscar Wilde's 'The Importance of being Earnest'. After further study and experience he founded an opera group in St Albans. Guest roles with diverse companies included Don Jose, Rodolfo & Alfredo, also in oratorio as Elgar's Gerontius and Aykbourn's play as Gosforth. David has an Irish mother, a Welsh father, an English grandmother and has visited many parts of the British Isles including Shetlands and the Western Isles. He lives in Milton Keynes with his wife, the artist Jean Tatton Jones. To see his wide range of albums, browse CDBaby. For links and other information, Google: David Keith Jones


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