1966 : Songs from ABC Television’s “Hallelujah”

Various Artists

Side One:

01 : Jug of Punch
Martin Carthy and chorus
02 :
Business Goes on As Usual
Nadia Cattouse
03 :
Young Sailor Cut Down in His Prime
Martin Carthy
04 :
Two Brothers
Isla Cameron
05 :
Wayfaring Stranger
Martin Carthy
06 :
Wife of the Soldier
Isla Cameron
07 :
Mister Barber, Will You Cut My Hair?
Sydney Carter
08 :
Glass of Water
Nadia Cattouse
09 :
Teach Me, My God and King
Martin Carthy
10 :
Goodman, Schwerner and Chaney
Isla Cameron
11 :
Like the Snow
Martin Carthy
12 :
A Fine Romance
Nadia Cattouse
13 :
My Last Cigarette
Sydney Carter
14 :
Cigarettes, Whiskey, and Wild, Wild Women
Martin Carthy, Sydney Carter & chorus

Side Two:

01 : Shalom
All
02 :
I Want to Have a Little Bomb Like You
Nadia Cattouse
03 :
Gift to Be Simple
Isla Cameron
04 :
Half the World
Nadia Cattouse
05 :
Mixed Up Old Man
Sydney Carter & chorus
06 :
Whistle Daughter Whistle
Isla Cameron
07 :
John Barleycorn
Martin Carthy
08 :
Gallow’s Pole
Nadia Cattouse
09 :
Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier
Isla Cameron
10 :
Rivers of Babylon
Martin Carthy
11 :
When Were You Really Living
Nadia Cattouse
12 :
To My Heart
Sydney Carter
13 :
Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream
All

First released in the UK 1966 by Fontana Records TL5356

Personnel
Isla Cameron, Nadia Cattouse, Sydney Carter: vocals
Martin Carthy: guitar, vocals
Johnny Scott Trio:
Johnny Scott: flute, Arthur Watts: double bass, Barry Morgan: drums

Additional information
“Hallelujah!” was a 1965 Sunday evening TV series devised by Sydney Carter and featuring Carter, Isla Cameron, Nadia Cattouse, the Johnny Scott Trio and Carthy. Each programme took a theme around which various relevant songs would be performed by individual artists or the entire group. This album includes a selection of songs from various programmes.

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