Traditional music in England
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1CDR0009329 (copy of C1009/6)
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Steve Gardham Collection
Pidd's Rest Home, Beverley Road, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK
Unidentified, 1882- (singer, male)
Item notes: First verse: "Freddie Archer's dead and gone, all the races that he won, there was no one could say they were his master". Followed by conversation. Possibly a broadside. Performer notes: Unidentified singer was a butcher. Recording notes: Recording one generation from original
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