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8 thoughts on “ Boys Of Bedlam - Steeleye Span - Please To See The King (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. "Please To See The King" was one of albums I played incessantly in the early 70s and like so many of my vinyl albums, got lost, misplaced, worn out or stolen. In the 90s when I began rebuilding my collection of music in the compact disc format, I was reluctant to purchase this album/5(22).
  2. Boys Of Bedlam: B1: False Knight On The Road: B2: The Lark In The Morning: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. No Vinyl+CDR Listed For Sale: steeleye span please to see the king.
  3. Feb 16,  · The last Steeleye Span album I have is Back in Line which is acceptable. Please to See The King is a close second in my book, new band members, but still in that sureally sublime British folk-rock rarified strata The amazing Lovely on the Water was mentioned, but also the mad, haunting, Boys of Bedlam a great follow up to Hark.
  4. Please to See the King, an Album by Steeleye Span. Released in March on B&C (catalog no. CAS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: British Folk Rock, English Folk Music. Featured peformers: Maddy Prior (vocals, spoons, tabor, tambourine, bells), Martin Carthy (vocals, guitar, banjo, organ, bells), Tim Hart (vocals, guitar, dulcimer, bells), Ashley Hutchings (vocals, aka_text {bass guitar} role_id /5(20).
  5. please to see the king Steeleye Span Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 27 ratings. See all 30 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music The Boys Of Bedlam 6. False Knight On The Road 7. The Lark In The Morning 8. Female Drummer 9. The King Every album Steeleye Span released in the 70's was /5(27).
  6. still i sing bonnie boys bonnie madboys, bedlam boys are bonnie. for they all go bare and they live by the air and they want no drink nor money. for to see mad tom of bedlam ten thousand years i'd travel. mad maudlin goes on dirty toes for to save her shoes from gravel. still i sing bonnie boys bonnie madboys, bedlam boys are bonnie.
  7. More challenging than Hark!The Village Wait, Please To See The King was nonetheless an enthralling effort that retained Maddy Prior's amazing vocal talents from the debut. The idiosyncratic "Boys Of Bedlam" stands as far more challenging than anything on Hark!The Village Wait, and takes a lot of listening to owing to the slow drum rhythm that gives way to a characteristic acoustic guitar in.

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