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Singing at the Ship Inn: Alan Lomax's 1953 Blaxhall Recordings

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Singing at the Ship Inn: Alan Lomax's 1953 Blaxhall Recordings

Various Artists

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The Nutting Girl
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Young Man From The Country
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Three Jolly Sportsmen
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Sailor's Hornpipe
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