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Bawdy Ballads of Old England
The City Waites present a mix of entertaining, late 17th century/early 18th century bawdy songs, ballads and dance music of the tavern and theatre of Purcell’s England and the Restoration period. All song texts printed and good inlay notes.
The Kind Country Lovers
There was a lass of Islington
The Jovial Lass (a.k.a. "Dol and Roger")
Lady of Pleasure
The Old Wife
Blue Petticoats or Green Garters
The Gelding of the Devil
The Maid's Complaint for Want of a Dil Doul
As Oyster Nan stood near her tub
The Husband who Met His Match
Jamaica (a.k.a. "The Slow Men of London" and "The Jovial Broom Man")