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Recital / Kathleen Ferrier - BR 5032

£6.99

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Recital - Kathleen Ferrier
Decca Records - BR 3052

A1: Ye banks and braes
A2: Now sleeps the crimson petal
A3: Drink to me only with thine eyes
A4: O waly, waly
A5: I know where I'm going
A6: I will walk with my love
B1: Blow the wind southerly
B2: Have you seen but a whyte lillie grow?
B3: The lover's curse
B4: Willow, willow
B5: Down by the Sally
B6: Ma bonny lad

Vinyl is in very good condition, with few light scratches, mostly on B side. VG
Sleeve is in good condition. Minor scuffing across all edges. Several small tears, some of which have been repaired with clear tape. Front side has some creasing. White areas have suffered moderate yellowing, otherwise colours are clear and vibrant, and all text is easily legible. G

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Kathleen Ferrier
Catalogue number:
BR 5032
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Folk
Label:
Decca Records
Sleeve condition:
Good
Tracks:
12

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About this item

Recital - Kathleen Ferrier
Decca Records - BR 3052

A1: Ye banks and braes
A2: Now sleeps the crimson petal
A3: Drink to me only with thine eyes
A4: O waly, waly
A5: I know where I'm going
A6: I will walk with my love
B1: Blow the wind southerly
B2: Have you seen but a whyte lillie grow?
B3: The lover's curse
B4: Willow, willow
B5: Down by the Sally
B6: Ma bonny lad

Vinyl is in very good condition, with few light scratches, mostly on B side. VG
Sleeve is in good condition. Minor scuffing across all edges. Several small tears, some of which have been repaired with clear tape. Front side has some creasing. White areas have suffered moderate yellowing, otherwise colours are clear and vibrant, and all text is easily legible. G

Band/artist(s):
Kathleen Ferrier
Catalogue number:
BR 5032
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Folk
Label:
Decca Records
Sleeve condition:
Good
Tracks:
12

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