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Between The Wars - Billy Bragg - Back To Basics

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  1. Zulkizahn says:
    Tracks B2 to D2 originally released as "Brewing Up With Billy Bragg" LP (). Tracks D3 to D5 originally released as "Between The Wars" EP (). Barcode and Other Identifiers/5(9).
  2. Vijin says:
    Billy Bragg's earliest releases suggest a no-frills Cockney version of Bob Dylan with electric guitar substituted for acoustic. This particular platter combines his first and third albums into one release, side one repeating Life's a Riot With Spy heavymetal.morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo and the flip side reprising the EP Between the heavymetal.morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo there are some topically critical songs on the opening side such as "To Have and to 9/
  3. Maktilar says:
    Between the Wars Lyrics: I was a miner / I was a docker / I was a railway man / Between the wars / I raised a family / In time of austerity / With sweat at the foundry / Between the wars / I paid.
  4. Brajora says:
    After Elektra signed Billy Bragg to his first major-label deal and released Talking with the Taxman About Poetry in , the label decided to do a clean-up job on his back catalog and compiled Back to Basics, which combined the material from Bragg's first three records -- Life's a Riot with Spy vs Spy, Brewing Up with Billy Bragg, and Between the Wars -- into one two-record set (now available Released on:
  5. Doucage says:
    Sep 19,  · "Back to Basics", a compilation of Bragg's first two albums ("Life's A Riot With Spy VS Spy" and "Brewing Up With Billy Bragg") and the "Between The Wars" EP is the one Billy Bragg CD I find myself listening to the most/5(15).
  6. JoJokree says:
    Back to Basics was reissued in Brewing Up with Billy Bragg was reissued on its own in In , as part of a planned series of reissues of albums in his back catalogue, Brewing Up with Billy Bragg was remastered and reissued for the first time on CD with a number of bonus tracks. These tracks included covers of "Back to the Old House" by The Smiths (with Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr playing Genre: Indie, singer-songwriter, anti-folk.
  7. Meramar says:
    Between the wars. Call up the craftsmen Bring me the draftsmen Build me a path from cradle to grave And I’ll give my consent To any government That does not deny a man a living wage. Go find the young men never to fight again Bring up the banners from the days gone by Sweet moderation Heart of this nation Desert us not, we are Between the wars.
  8. Mikarg says:
    Back to Basics is a collection of Billy Bragg's first three releases: The albums Life's A Riot With Spy Vs. Spy and Brewing Up with Billy Bragg and the EP Between The Wars. This collection did not contain any new material, but did document Billy Bragg's early "one man and his guitar" heavymetal.morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo: Folk, indie rock, folk punk.

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