The Bird in the Bush (Traditional Erotic Songs)
|The Bird In The Bush (Traditional Erotic Songs)|
|Studio album by A. L. Lloyd, Anne Briggs and Frankie Armstrong|
|Anne Briggs chronology|
The Bird in the Bush (Traditional Erotic Songs) is a folk album by A. L. Lloyd, Anne Briggs and Frankie Armstrong, released by Topic Records in 1966. The album is a collection of traditional erotic British folk songs, although the album's content is in the form of euphemism and metaphor, like "sport and play". The album was re-released in 1996 by Topic on CD with 5 additional tracks taken from other Topic folk albums of the same period.
All songs are traditional.
- "The Two Magicians"
- "The Old Man From Over the Sea"
- "The Wanton Seed"
- "Gathering Rushes in the Month of May"
- "The Banks of Sweet Primroses"
- The Maids On The Shore
- "The Bonny Black Hare"
- "The Whirly Whorl"
- "Pretty Polly"
- "The Night Visiting Song"
- "The Old Bachelor"
- "The Cock"
- "The Stonecutter Boy"
- "The Mower"
- "The Bird in the Bush"
- "The Pegging Awl"
- "One May Morning"
- "Martinmas Time"
- "The Widow of Westmoreland's Daughter"
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