Nick & Mally Dow English Folk Music Collection
Mrs Beth Bond interview, part 06
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English folk songs and music (Lancashire)
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Nick and Mally Dow Collection
Fleetwood, Lancashire, England, UK
Bond, Beth, Mrs 1911- (speaker, female), Bond, John (speaker, male)
Dow, Mally, 1944- (speaker, female), Dow, Nick (speaker, male)
General conversation about people performing 'There's a little green eyed Idol to the north of Kathmandu' ['The green eye of the little yellow God' - by J. Milton Hayes]. Mother used to play in the Blackpool mandolin band, learnt the instrument at school, the headmaster formed the band. Looking at the texts of songs collected from Bill House.
Item notes: Two internal edits. Interviewee notes: Singer from Fleetwood near Blackpool, Lancashire and her son, Scottish ancestry. Recording notes: Noticeable tape hiss. Slight static interference.