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The Blacksmith - Steeleye Span - Please To See The King (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. STEELEYE SPAN Please To See The King ( UK track LP, textured picture sleeve, including The Blacksmith, The Lark In The Morning & Lovely On The Water. The sleeve shows only the lightest signs of shelf wear at the edges whilst the vinyl d isplays barely any evidence of play - .
  2. Every album Steeleye Span released in the 70's was incredible. and Terry Knight. Originally issued on UK B&C and US Big Tree/Ampex, the album starts with a remake of "The Blacksmith" from the first album. This album is more densly electric than most of the later albums yet with no drums. out of 5 stars First time listening to /5(27).
  3. Album Please to See the King. The King Lyrics. Joy, health, love, and peace be all here in this place Please to See the King Steeleye Span. 1. The Blacksmith 2. Cold, Haily, Windy Night.
  4. Jun 13,  · Some of the tracks on Please to See the King would be heard onstage when Steeleye Span were invited to perform in an experimental, touring musical production entitled Corunna. Songs from Corunna would be featured, too, on the band’s third album – the one with the unwieldy title of and Ten Man Mop or Mr. Reservoir Butler Rides Again.
  5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Steeleye Span at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Steeleye Span - Please to See the King [New CD] UK - Import. Condition: Brand New. [LP] by ABBA (Vinyl, Jul, 2 Discs, Universal) (22) $ New.
  6. 2. the blacksmith 3. fisherman’s wife 4. blackleg miner 5. dark-eyed sailor 6. copshawholme fair 7. all things are quite silent 8. the hills of greenmore 9. my johnny was a shoemaker lowlands of holland twa corbies one night as i lay in my bed. disc two please to see the king. 1. the blacksmith 2. cold, haily, windy night 3.
  7. "Please To See The King" was one of albums I played incessantly in the early 70s and like so many of my vinyl albums, got lost, misplaced, worn out or stolen. In the 90s when I began rebuilding my collection of music in the compact disc format, I was reluctant to purchase this album/5(22).
  8. Steeleye Span - Please To See The King: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: The Blacksmith: A2: Cold, Haily, Windy Night: A3: Jigs: Bryan O'Lynn / The Hag With The Money: A4: Prince Charlie Stuart steeleye span please to see the king.
  9. The band came back with this amazing album (with the temporary addition of Martin Carthy) and Terry Knight. Originally issued on UK B&C and US Big Tree/Ampex, the album starts with a remake of "The Blacksmith" from the first album. This album is more densly electric than Reviews:

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