|Category:||World, Folk, Country|
|Other format:||MP3 DXD WAV WMA MP2 FLAC AA|
|A1||Somebody Counts On Me|
|A2||Sound The Pibroch|
|A3||The Lowlands Low|
|A4||The Rose Of York|
|A5||Familiar Night Ride|
|B1||The Family Of Man|
|B2||Come Boat Me O'er Tae Charlie|
|B5||A Man's A Man For A' that|
The Bitter Withy (Roud is an English folk song reflecting an unusual and apocryphal vernacular idea of Jesus Christ. The withy of the title is the Willow and song gives an explanation as to why the willow tree rots from the centre out, rather than the outside in. The song was recorded by artist John Tams on his album 'The Reckoning' (2005; won 2006 the BBC Radio 2 Folk Award for the 'Best Album') and is contained in 'The Definitive Collection' (2007) also
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The song 'The Bitter Withy' by The Watersons has a tempo of 132 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Sound, Sound Your Instruments of Joy'. Top Songs The Watersons. For Pence and Spicy Ale. Grace Darling.
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