Yes, Steeleye Span is available in the US. Shanachie (Box 208, Newton, NJ
Below the Salt (79039)
Parcel of Rogues (79045)
Ten Man Mop or Mr. Reservoir Butler Rides Again (79049)
Hark, The Village Wait (79052)
All Around My Hat (79059)
Now We Are Six (79060)
Back in Line (79063
Tempted and Tried (64020)
On Thu, 5 May 1994, Dupont Stephen wrote:
> Deiz mad,
> I do have a tape by Steeleye Span where they sing the song and will try
> and unearth it from my K7 treasury chest.
> What I would like to know is if any of their material is available on CD?
> And I support a previous message linking "cuckoo" and "cuckhold" in
> popular and not so popular french. There is even a "folksong", pretendedly
> for children, about hearing the cuckoo singing in the far away forest, in
> answer to the old owl. BUT, it is also a good omen to hear the first
> cuckoo singing the return of spring and it was said to bring luck for the
> whole year. So ...
> Since we are on bizarre bird songs, one from my own culture (Breiz,or
> Britanny) is about the white swan from over the seas." An alac'h tra mor"
> was taken as a symbol of our king who had had to flee to Greater Britain
> in order to survive the french (already hein!)
> Kenavo dit, Stephen