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Extraordinary Lord Randall rendition

 
 
Nick H
 
Reply Wed 15 Jul, 2015 06:40 am
Several years ago I heard on, I think, BBC3's World Music programme , late at night, an extraordinary rendition of Lord Randall. Unaccompanied, in a (male) screeching sort of voice. Think Ewan McColl's version, turn up thespeed, treble and distortion, as it were. Electrifying. Now It has come back to haunt me, and I haven't yet tracked it down. Any suggestions, anyone?

Cheers, Nick H
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Lordyaswas
 
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Reply Wed 15 Jul, 2015 06:45 am
@Nick H,



If it's not the right one, there are many more versions on youtube.

Just search "bbc lord randall ewan"
Nick H
 
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Reply Thu 16 Jul, 2015 02:43 am
@Lordyaswas,
Thank you Lordyaswas. I mentioned the Ewan McColl because it it a fine rendition, as are many I have come across in this search. Plus it is unaccompanied, like the one I am looking for. The search you recommended hasn't actually got me that much further. Trouble is, I can't find (maybe doesn't exist) a simple list of all versions of the song. The one I heard was so different, so 'extreme' one could say. You wouldn't forget it. I will keep trying.
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