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Spencer The Rover

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  • Kara
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    Reissued on CD almost 30 years after its original LP release, Spencer the Rover Is Alive and Well will be welcomed heartily by all lovers of traditional English song. The selections come from a variety of traditions: the title track was learned from the singing of the Copper Family, whose practice of harmony singing significantly predates the 9/
  • Mikazil
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    the bright young folk review. Joined by Fay Hield on vocals, the Woodbine & Ivy Band turn their attention to the traditional homecoming tale Spencer the Rover, this December.. The first single from their newly released self-titled album, the single seamlessly marries the traditional tale with the American Deep South - with some classic country rock guitar riffs and brass solos.
  • Jujind
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    Lyrics to 'Spencer The Rover' by Cara Dillon. This tune was composed by Spencer the Rover / As valliant a man had ever left home / Well he had been much reduced and caused great confusion.
  • Aradal
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    This tune was composed by Spencer the Rover. As valiant a man as ever left home. And he had been much reduced. And caused great confusion. And that was the reason he started to roam. Submit lyrics correction →. 55k. Like.
  • Tojall
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    Spencer The Rover. Orealis. From the Album Musique Celtique Listen Now Buy song $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to kekandustlisormavoburlitodeerow.coinfo (US). Fix in Music Library Close 1.
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  • Bagar
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    This tune was composed by Spencer the Rover. As valiant a man as ever left home. And he had been much reduced. And caused great confusion. And that was the reason he started to roam.
  • Malagis
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    Spencer the Rover. [ Roud ; TYG 3 ; Ballad Index K ; Bodleian Roud ; Wiltshire , ; trad.] Spencer the Rover is one of the best-known songs in the repertoire of the Copper Family. Bob Copper collected it in about from Jim Barrett, at the Fox in North Waltham, Hants, and printed this version in his book Songs and Southern Breezes.
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