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The Best of the Baltimore Consort

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Download links and information about The Best of the Baltimore Consort by Chris Norman, Baltimore Consort, Custer LaRue. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 01:17:20 minutes.

Artist: Chris Norman, Baltimore Consort, Custer LaRue
Release date: 1992
Genre:
Tracks: 27
Duration: 01:17:20
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Joyne Hands 1:28
2. Howells Delight 4:00
3. In a Garden So Green 5:20
4. Christmas Day in da Mornin' (Shetland Islands) 2:33
5. My Heartly Service 4:47
6. Scotch Cap 1:54
7. Cold and Raw 4:02
8. Robin Is to the Greenwood Gone 3:22
9. Come, Let Us Drink, Z. 245 1:24
10. The Mermaid's Song 3:08
11. The Old Maid of the Mill Dust 3:38
12. Jenny, My Blithest Maid 3:32
13. A Trip to Killburn 4:06
14. The Joviall Broome Man 5:35
15. Branle Double 0:49
16. Branle de Montirande 0:54
17. Branle de la torche 1:29
18. J'ai vu le loup 2:02
19. Mignonne, allons voir si la rose 3:39
20. The Fidler's Contemt 1:46
21. The Kerry Star 1:06
22. The Goroum 1:30
23. Truagh (An Triucha) 4:37
24. Well Hall 4:05
25. The Wren Song (Ireland) 1:32
26. Adew Dundee 1:40
27. Crossing to Ireland 3:22

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Splitting its time between the Baltimore Consort and the Merry Companions, as well as their various guest performers, Art of the Bawdy Song is a series of traditional — some even medieval — folk songs covering all the major illicit physical pleasures: smoking, drinking, and, especially, sex. The overall tone of the performances isn't quite as lustily exuberant as one might imagine, but there's still plenty of bawdiness to keep things engaging.