Complete your John Goodluck collection. John Goodluck – Monday's Childe. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. TSR 028. John Goodluck. Monday's Childe (LP, Album). Tradition (8). UK. 1977. Monday's Childe (CD, Album, RE).
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Childe Rowland is a fairy tale, the most popular version written by Joseph Jacobs in his English Fairy Tales, published in 1890, based on an earlier version published in 1814 by Robert Jamieson. Jamieson's was repeating a "Scottish ballad", which he had heard from a tailor. Joseph Jacobs called the King of Elfland's palace "the Dark Tower" in his version, an addition he made that was not part of the original ballad
Monday's Child" is one of many fortune-telling songs, popular as nursery rhymes for children. It is supposed to tell a child's character or future based on the day of birth and to help young children remember the seven days of the week. As with all nursery rhymes, there are many versions. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 19526. Common modern versions include: Monday's child is fair of face. Tuesday's child is full of grace. Wednesday's child is full of woe.
Monday’s child is fair of face Tuesday’s child is full of grace Wednesday’s child is full of woe Thursday’s child has far to go Friday’s child is loving and giving Saturday’s child works hard for his living And the child that is born on the Sabbath day Is bonny and blithe, and good and gay. Monday’s Child poem is an old English nursery rhyme poem first recorded in 1838 Traditions of Devonshire
John Goodluck first turned professional in March 1971 after having founded & run the Ipswich Traditional Folk Music Club for many years. This led to his successful solo career in Folk Clubs, Theatre, Radio & . and Recording Studios. He went on to form the popular ceilidh band ‘Trunkles’ which toured the UK & Europe.
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|TSR 028||John Goodluck||Monday's Childe (LP, Album)||Tradition||TSR 028||UK||1977|
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