LB1. Booze, Birds and Ballads

Recorded in The Barmaid's Arms, Toronto, 1971, it sold 1000 copies. It was re-issued with some omissions and additions as BR3101 At The Pub which sold 20,000 copies in Canada and about the same in Australia and is still selling. The original LB1 vinyl album is out of print and a collector's item. The concept title for this album was "In The Barmaid's Arms". The photo was shot by John Boland, the gorgeous barmaid is Mrs. Viga (Heidi) Boland
    Side 1.
  • Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner,
  • The Barrow Boy Song,
  • I've got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts,
  • Knees Up Mother Brown,
  • Daisy Bell,
  • She was a Dear Little Dicky Bird,
  • My Old Man's a Dustman,
  • Sweet Georgia Brown,
  • Oh! You Beautiful Doll,
  • You Made Me Love You,
  • The Spadina Song,
  • Who Killed The Telegram?,
  • The Somerset Folk Song,
  • Vatican Rag.
Side 2
  • Shine on Harvest Moon,
  • For Me and My Gal,
  • By the Light of the Silvery Moon,
  • When you wore a Tulip,
  • Yessir! That's my Baby,
  • Let Me Call You Sweetheart,
  • April Showers,
  • Mammy,
  • Roamin' in the Gloamin',
  • A Wee Deoch and Doris,
  • I Belong to Glasgow,
  • Show Me the Way to go Home,
  • Goodnight Irene,
  • We'll Meet Again,
  • Time Gentlemen Please,
  • CA-NA-DA.

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