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Shirley Collins
An Introduction To

With her long-awaited return to the stage and to recorded music still fresh in the mind, what better time to get An Introduction To the English folk legend Shirley Collins into circulation? Shirley’s career has been long and varied, so it is extremely helpful to have these fifteen tracks plucked f...view item »

Shirley & Dolly Collins
Anthems In Eden

Here is a re-issue of Shirley and Dolly Collins 1969 album 'Anthems in Eden' but it's not quite as clear cut as that. In 1976 six new songs were recorded with members of the Albion Band as a new version of the album was released. This re-issue combines all the tracks including a 28 minute 'song story' which open...view item »

Shirley Collins
Shirley Sings Irish

Shirley Collins is credited with the English Folk Revival of the 1960's and 70's, and rightly so. She has released many great records that even listeners who might not be too loving of folk (especially English folk) occasionally pop on one of her records. Shirley Sings Irish is a remastered and limited edition 7" with some rare photographs inclu...view item »

Shirley Collins
Lodestar

Well I had no idea.  I had no idea that Shirley Collins gave up performing music in 1978 after a messy divorce and a hideous sounding diagnosis of dysphonia which rendered her unable to sing. Yet coaxed back by David Tibet of Current 93, Collins has now recorded her first new work since 1978. Whether...view item »

Shirley Collins
English Songs Volume 2

Back in her early days English folk singer Shirley Collins released a series of 7"s for the Collector Records label. These rare artefacts are now being re-issued and this Volume 2 is (confusingly) the third of the EPs. Shirley this will be most sought after things this Record Store Day (ok..ok..look, please don't judge me, I'm trying my best). &...view item »

Shirley Collins
The Bonny Cuckoo

Fledg’ling Records series of Shirley Collins reissues continues with The Bonny Cuckoo 7” EP. The recordings were captured by Alan Lomax in London in October 1957. The EP contains two versions of Bonny Cuckoo and Bonny Labouring Boy. One version of each is acapella and one v...view item »