Monday, May 26, 2008

Robin Williamson

"Five Humorous Tales of Scotland and Ireland" 1984
















01. The Kintail Witches
02. The Piper's Revenge
03. The Rights of Man (harp tune)
04. Wee Jack
05. The Downfall of Paris (harp tune)
06. The Man who Never Dreamed at All
07. Eleanor Plunkett (harp tune)
08. The Lad with the Goatskin

DL


"Five Legendary Tales Of Britain" 1985
















01. Gogmagog & the Early Kings
02. The Three Plagues of Britain
03. Vortigern's Tower
04. Arthur, the Early Legend
05. The Sory of Gododdin

DL

14 Comments:

Blogger C.Keegan said...

Thank you so much for these! I have two very old, very stretched-out cassettes that I've been trying to replace with a CD for years.

26 May, 2008 23:29  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A thousand thanks! Any chance for his other spoken word albums of stories?

27 May, 2008 15:51  
Blogger ge said...

hilarious!!-- RW is the gifted storyteller, dialects to die for

27 May, 2008 20:11  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fantastic =)

Cant get enough of his voice, in any format lol

27 May, 2008 23:12  
Anonymous Richard said...

Pure genius...

So good to hear the bardic arts reaching an online audience - thanks for a great share. :-)

28 May, 2008 03:11  
Blogger ge said...

+ he plays a beautiful, 'rustic' harp! what a gifted guy, learned that thing in midlife.
a sagittarian-- like twain, beethoven, k richards, jimi, schwaller de lubicz, scarlett johannson and woody allen, dan hicks [see the humour thread?] to name a few

28 May, 2008 08:39  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brilliant post! Thank you so much for sharing this most entertaining selection. More please ...

29 May, 2008 02:57  
Blogger schlep said...

"The Lad with the Goatskin" made me weep hot salty tears of laughter when last I saw RW in concert, great to be able to hear it again!

30 May, 2008 01:20  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't get in touch with the Robin Williamson files. Could you repost them with rapidshare maybe.
I like this man and have a lot of his official material. Thanks

25 January, 2009 18:40  
Blogger John said...

These are hilarious, especially the different voices he does for each character. Even my twelve year old daughter likes these.

15 February, 2009 00:40  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks very much for the re-up. my cassettes of these stories gave up the ghost long ago.

15 February, 2009 03:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah, thanks for these fabulous tales, told by a genius... I've been searching for them for years!

03 March, 2010 14:05  
Blogger WWE said...

I am all set up in my studio to convert cassette to digital. If there are any old Robin Williamson story tapes, be glad to. Let me know.

Bill

23 September, 2010 03:34  
Blogger Laura said...

Hi, I have been searching sporadically for these for years but it looks like I found this too late. Rapidshare is no longer and these stories can't be downloaded anymore. Is there any chance you could put them somewhere where I could get them, or send them to me?

10 April, 2016 04:05  

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