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Folk Rock
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Hal-an-tow, jolly rumbelow We were up long before the day-o To welcome in the summertime To welcome in the May-o For summer is coming in And winter's gone away. What happened to the Spaniards That made so great a boast-o? They shall eat the feathered goose And we shall eat the roast-o. Hal-an-tow, jolly rumbelow We were up long before the day-o To welcome in the summertime To welcome in the May-o For summer is coming in And winter's gone away. God bless Aunt Mary Moses With all her power and might-o Send us peace in England Send peace by day and night-o

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The band gives the tune a decidedly rock beat and tempo, while still preserving the feeling of the traditional tune. The subtle, underlying political message is heightened by this treatment. God bless Aunt Mary Moses, with all her power and might, oh, send us peace in England, send peace by day and night, oh!" Remember that the songs on this album were composed at about the mid-point of Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher's reign as Prime Minister of England. Step Outside" is one of Oyster Band's earliest publishings. The Irish sound is evident, but lead singer John Jones has a teeny weeny scrawny sound to his voice, far from the deep dark and melodious Jones of later recordings with all respect.

Redirected from 25 (Oysterband album)). Oysterband (originally The Oyster Band) is a British folk rock and folk punk band formed in Canterbury in around 1976. The band formed in parallel to Fiddler's Dram, and under the name "Oyster Ceilidh Band" played purely as a dance band at first. The name Oyster comes from the group's early association with the coastal town of Whitstable in East Kent, known for the quality of its oysters.

Take the scorn and wear the horns It was the crest when you were born Your father's father wore it And your father wore it too. Robin Hood and Little John They've both gone to the fair-o Well, we shall to the merry green wood To hunt the buck and hare-o. CHORUS Hal-an-Tow, jolly rumbelow We were up long before the day-o Well, to welcome in the summertime To welcome in the May-o Well, the summer is coming in And winter's gone away. What happened to the Spaniards That made so great a boast-o? Well, they shall eat the feathered goose We shall eat the roast-o

The Oyster Band ‎– Hal-An-Tow. Label: Cooking Vinyl ‎– FRY 001. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Test Pressing.

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Tracklist

Hal-An-Tow
Ashes To Ashes

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FRY 001 The Oyster Band* Hal-An-Tow ‎(7") Cooking Vinyl FRY 001 UK 1986
FRY 001 The Oyster Band* Hal-An-Tow ‎(7", TP) Cooking Vinyl FRY 001 UK 1986