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Virginia Traditions: Ballads from British Tradition

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Old Ireland
Artist: Polly Johnson
2:38
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The Three Maids
Artist: Polly Johnson
3:41
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The Farmer's Curst Wife
Artist: Joe Hubbard
0:53
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As I Walked Over London's Bridge
Artist: S.F. Russel
3:55
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Little Massie Grove
Artist: Ruby Bowman Plemmons
4:31
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Wild Hog in the Woods
Artist: Eunice Yeatts McAlexander
2:30
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Barbara Allen
Artist: Dan Tate
2:52
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Wind and Rain
Artist: Dan Tate
1:58
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Devil's Nine Questions
Artist: Texas Gladden
2:32
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The Bad Girl
Artist: Texas Gladden
3:23
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The Turkish Rebelee
Artist: Horton Barker
3:45
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House Carpenter
Artist: Dorothy Rorick
2:38
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Oh Death
Artist: Dock Boggs
3:20
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The Three Babes
Artist: Spence Moore
2:58
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Queen Sally
Artist: Kate Peters Sturgill
2:33
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Froggie Went a'Courtin'
Artist: Robert Russel
1:41
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Raging Sea, How It Roars
Artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and the Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers
3:22
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The Jealous Lover
Artist: Stanley Brothers
2:17
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The Butcher's Boy
Artist: Kelly Harrell
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