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The Great Conspiracy - Peggy Seeger And Ewan MacColl - Items Of News (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Written-By – Ewan MacColl: A4: Tomorrow Written-By – Peggy Seeger: A5: The Great Conspiracy Written-By – Ewan MacColl: A6: If You Want The Bomb Written-By – Peggy Seeger: A7: Un-Public Public Written-By – Ewan MacColl: A8: Looking For A Job Written-By – Ewan MacColl: B1: Polonium Written-By – Peggy Seeger: B2: Don't Be.
  2. (album or track name) John Ross' list Blackthorne BR Parsley, Sage and Politics: White Wind, Black Tide Blackthorne BSC 2: Peggy Seeger and Ewan MacColl: Items Of News: Blackthorne BR inch LP: Tracks: 1. No More (appears on other albums) 2. The Media (appears on other albums) 3. True Love: 4. Tomorrow: 5. The Great.
  3. An Item Of News by Ewan MacColl & Peggy Seeger, released 04 January 1. No More 2. The Media 3. True Love 4. Tomorrow 5. The Great Conspiracy 6. If You Want The Bomb 7. Un-Public Public 8. Looking For A Job 9. Polonium Don't Be Surprised Only Doing Their Job The Mother An Item Of News The Joy Of Living.
  4. Items Of News. - Blackthorne BR LP; Side One. No More (Peggy Seeger) The Media (Ewan MacColl) True Love (Ewan MacColl) Tomorrow (Peggy Seeger) The Great Conspiracy (Ewan MacColl) If You Want The Bomb (Peggy Seeger) Un-Public Public (Ewan MacColl) Looking For A Job (Ewan MacColl) Side Two. Polonium (Peggy Seeger) Don't Be Surprised.
  5. When asked about the song in a interview, he said that it was "a very good song" and that "it dealt with some of the positive things that Stalin did". In , after his death, Peggy Seeger included it as an annex in her Essential Ewan MacColl Songbook, saying that she had originally planned to exclude the song on the grounds that Ewan would not have wanted it included, but decided to.
  6. Ewan MacColl ( - ) Singer of traditional songs and contemporary political songs. (Originally called James Miller. Married to Peggy Seeger. Step-father of Kirsty MacColl. Brought up in the North of England by Scottish parents. Born in Salford, but sometimes claimed to be born in Scotland) (Ewan also recorded with The Critics Group).
  7. Peggy Seeger's Web site includes a discography that includes the recordings that she and Ewan MacColl made together (along with most of her other records). This discography is organized by country of issue--English releases first, followed by American and Australian labels, and then the rest of the world.
  8. THE FIRST TIME EVER I SAW YOUR FACE (Ewan MacColl) Written for Peggy Seeger in , this song has been covered by many popular singers and was taken to the top of the charts In the U.S.A. by Roberta Flack. Vocal and Guitar: Peggy Seeger Recorded: Pathway Studios, London, Producer: Neill MacColl Engineer: Nick Godwin From: Freeborn Man.
  9. Peggy Seeger's website includes a discography that includes the recordings that she and Ewan MacColl made together (along with most of her other records). This discography is organized by country of issue--English releases first, followed by American and Australian labels, and then the rest of the world.

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