Top Steeleye Span Albums
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Wintersmith (feat. Sir Terry Pratchett)
Wintersmith (feat. Sir Terry Pratchett)
[2013]
Now We Are Six Again
Now We Are Six Again
[2011]
Another Parcel of Steeleye Span [Their Second Five Chrysalis Albums 1976-1989] (Their Second Five Chrysalis Albums 1976-1989)
Another Parcel of Steeleye Span [Their Second Five Chrysalis Albums 1976-1989] (Their Second Five Chrysalis Albums 1976-1989)
[2010]
Another Parcel of Steeleye Span (Their Second Five Chrysalis Albums 1976-1989)
Another Parcel of Steeleye Span (Their Second Five Chrysalis Albums 1976-1989)
[2010]
They Called Her Babylon
They Called Her Babylon
[2009]
Live at a Distance
Live at a Distance
[2009]
A Parcel of Steeleye Span [Their First Five Chrysalis Albums 1972-1975] (Their First Five Chrysalis Albums 1972-1975)
A Parcel of Steeleye Span [Their First Five Chrysalis Albums 1972-1975] (Their First Five Chrysalis Albums 1972-1975)
[2009]
The Collection - Steeleye Span in Concert
The Collection - Steeleye Span in Concert
[2009]
Winter
Winter
[2009]
Bloody Men
Bloody Men
[2006]
Ten Man Mop or Mr. Resevoir Butler Rides Again
Ten Man Mop or Mr. Resevoir Butler Rides Again
[2005]
The Lark In Morning - The Early Years
The Lark In Morning - The Early Years
[2003]
Bedlam Born
Bedlam Born
[2000]
The Journey
The Journey
[1999]
Horkstow Grange
Horkstow Grange
[1999]
Time
Time
[1996]
Tonight's the Night...Live
Tonight's the Night...Live
[1992]
Portfolio
Portfolio
[1989]
Back In Line
Back In Line
[1986]
All Around My Hat
All Around My Hat
[1975]
Now We Are Six
Now We Are Six
[1974]
Parcel of Rogues
Parcel of Rogues
[1973]
Below the Salt
Below the Salt
[1972]
Please to See the King
Please to See the King
[1971]
Hark! the Village Wait
Hark! the Village Wait
[1970]
One Misty Moisty Morning lyricsAll Around My Hat lyricsGaudete lyricsFemale Drummer lyricsDemon Lover lyricsCold Haily Windy Night lyricsDrink Down The Moon lyricsBarnet Fair lyricsTo Know Him Is To Love Him lyricsA Calling On Song lyricsBetsy Bell And Mary Gray lyricsThe Wife Of Ushers Well lyricsTwo Magicians lyricsTell Me Why lyricsThe Drunkard lyricsThe Black Freighter lyricsShaking Of The Sheets lyricsTam Lin lyricsBoys Of Bedlam lyricsThe Cruel Mother lyricsThe Prickly Bush lyricsTonight's The Night lyricsThe Water Is Wide lyricsThomas The Rhymer lyricsThe Hills Of Greenmore lyricsThe Parting Glass lyricsThe Wife Of The Soldier lyricsWee Weaver lyricsFalse Knight On The Road lyricsRave On lyricsDance With Me lyricsWhat's The Life Of A Man lyricsSome Rival lyricsUnderneath Her Apron lyricsBonny Black Hare lyricsLongbone lyricsLowlands Of Holland lyricsTreadmill Song lyricsWeary Cutters lyricsTwinkle Twinkle Little Star lyricsThe King lyricsSearching For Lambs lyricsThe Song Will Remain lyricsOne True Love lyricsThe Weaver And The Factory Maid lyricsPrince Charlie Stuart lyricsOne Night As I Lay On My Bed lyricsCam' Ye O'er Frae France lyricsWhite Man lyricsSee Amid The Winter's Snow lyricsSeagull lyricsHark The Herald Angels Sing lyricsToday In Bethlehem lyricsChanticleer lyricsThe Wee Wee Man lyricsLovely On The Water lyricsThe Bold Poachers lyricsHunting The Wren lyricsSomebody's Following Me lyricsGo From My Window lyricsBright Morning Star lyricsDark-eyed Sailor lyricsYou lyricsBonny Moorhen (Remastered) lyricsThree Drunken Maidens lyricsThe Maid And The Palmer lyricsLittle Sir Hugh lyricsBach Goes To Limerick (Remastered) lyricsThe Elf-knight lyricsFisherman's Wife lyricsNow We Are Six (Remastered) lyricsSaucy Sailor lyricsThe Brisk Young Butcher lyricsMarrowbones lyricsDogs And Ferrets lyrics
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Related Information for Steeleye SpanSteeleye Span formed in 1969 from members of Fairport Convention and out of the ashes of Sweeney’s Men creating a distinctive fusion of both British folk with electric rock music. The resulting first version of the band was formed by ex-Fairport bassist Ashley Hutchings and built around two pairs of vocalists, Tim Hart and Maddy Prior and Gay & Terry Woods. Rhythm was to be supplied largely by Hutchings’ bass, and without drums. read more