LET NO MAN STEAL YOUR THYME

Latest update on 09/11/2020

Artist: Joseph Taylor
Author: traditional
Label: wax cylinder
Year: 1908

As Sprig Of Thyme. British-Irish traditional with roots in the 17th century. The first song Cecil Sharp ever collected.

Covers:

1955:

George Maynard [as The Seeds Of Love; Peter Kennedy recording]

1957:

Ewan MacColl, Charles Parker & Peggy Seeger [as Come All You Young Maidens]

1960:

Isla Cameron [with Ewan MacColl]

1960:

Billy Bartle

1963:

Anne Briggs [at the Edinburgh Festival]

1966:

Sandy Denny [just the first verse]

1967:

Trevor Lucas [in film Far From The Madding Crowd]

1968:

Pentangle

1969:

Dave Van Ronk [and in '71 as The Bush Of Thyme]

1970:

Shelagh McDonald

1977:

Robin & Barry Dransfield [as Seeds Of Love]

1982:

Foster & Allen [as Bunch Of Thyme]

1989:

David Bromberg [as Come All You Fair And Tender Maidens]

1992:

June Tabor

1994:

Taliesin

1995:

Robbie O'Connell & The Clancy Brothers

1998:

Coope, Boyes & Simpson [as The Sprig Of Thyme]

1998:

Percy Grainger

1998:

June Tabor

2004:

Loreena McKennitt [as Seeds Of Love]

2010:

Eliza Carthy & Norma Waterson [as Bunch Of Thyme]

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