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9 thoughts on “ Black Jack Davy - Steeleye Span - All Around My Hat (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. "Blackjack Davey" All Around My Hat: Steeleye Span: "Black Jack Davy" Also on On Tour and Gone to Australia (live albums) and Present - The Very Best of Steeleye Span () For Pence and Spicy Ale: Mike Waterson: "Seven Yellow Gypsies" Are Ye Sleeping Maggie: The Tannahill Weavers: "The Gypsy Laddie" Traditional Ballads of.
  2. Jan 26,  · All Around My Hat is a mid 70's album by electric folk band Steeleye Span. I feel that their previous album (Commoners Crown) is one of the best albums they made. Are they able to follow it with an album as impressive? Almost! "Black Jack Davy" has a somewhat standard folk/slow moving vocal melody that goes from Maddy Prior during the verse.
  3. Besides Gaudete, All Around My Hat is Steeleye Span's only hit single (originally with the B-side Black Jack Davy), which reached No. 3 in the British charts in December This contagious song became so popular that it was the subject of a lampoon in folk circles (“I'm going to drown my cat”, etc.).
  4. To go with the Black Jack Davey. He rode up hills and he rode down dales Over many a wild high mountain And they did say that saw him go Black Jack Davey he is hunting. What care I for your goose feather bed With the sheets turned down so bravely Well I may sleep on the cold hard ground Along with the Black Jack Davey. Then I'll kick off my.
  5. All Around My Hat is a album by Steeleye Span, their eighth and highest-charting, reaching number 7 on the UK charts, and staying on the charts for 6 months. It briefly made the band a household name in the UK. In the United States it became the band's first album to chart, reaching number
  6. The actual CD track list is (1) Sir James the Rose (2) Black Jack Davy (3) All Around My Hat (4) The Wife of Ushers Well (5) Fighting for Strangers (6) Thomas the Rhymer (7) Seven Hundred Elves (8) Long Lankin (9) Elf Call (Disc Two)(1) Cam Ye O'Er Frae France (2) Bonny Morhen (3) Alison Gross (4) The Mooncoin Jig (5) Drink Down the Moon (6 /5(13).
  7. To go with the Black Jack Davey Oh, he rode up hills and he rode down dales Over many a wild high mountain And they did say that saw him go Black Jack Davey, he is hunting The sheets turned down so bravely Well, I may sleep on the cold hard ground Along with the Black Jack Davey Then I'll kick off my high healed shoes Made of Spanish leather.
  8. STEELEYE SPAN LP All round my hat Chrysalis(Usa green chr ) Vinyl VG++ Cover with Insert VG+.
  9. All Around My Hat is a album by Steeleye Span, their eighth and highest-charting, reaching number 7 on the UK Albums Chart, and staying on the charts for six months. It was produced by Mike Batt, who also produced their follow-up album, "Rocket Cottage". It Genre: British folk rock.

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