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Ewan MacColl, Charles Parker and Peggy Seeger
The Ballad Of John Axon
TSCD 801
1. John Axon Was A Railway Man...
2. It Was 4a.m. That Saturday...
3. Iron Road Road Is A Hard Road...
4. It Doesn't Matter Where You Come From...
5. Rain Was Gently Falling...
6. Come All You British Loco Men...
7. Repair Was Done...
8. I May Be a Wage Slave On Monday...
9. Come All You Young Maidens...
10. Steam Train Steam Train...
11. Under The Large Injector Steam-Valve...
12. Engine Had Reached The Distant Signal...
13. On The Third Of May 1957...
Singers: Isla Cameron, Fitzroy Coleman, Colin Dunn, Stan Kelly, Dick Loveless, A.L. Lloyd, Ewan MacColl, Charles Mayo
Jim Bray: double bass
Terry Brown: trumpet
Bob Clark: fiddle
John Cole: harmonica
Fitzroy Coleman: guitar
Brian Daly: guitar
Alf Edwards: English concertina
Billy Loch: drums
Bob Mickleburgh: trombone
Peggy Seeger: guitar, mandolin, 5-string banjo
Bruce Turner: clarinet

A radio-ballad (no.1) about the railwaymen of England
Related recordings:
Song Of A Road (Topic TSCD 802)
Singing The Fishing (Topic TSCD 803)
The Big Hewer (Topic TSCD 804)
The Body Blow (Topic TSCD 805)
On The Edge (Topic TSCD 806)
The Fight Game (Topic TSCD 807)
The Travelling People (Topic TSCD 808)
The Ballad Of John Axon (Argo DA 139)
Available from Topic Records