The Internationale

~ Release by Billy Bragg (see all versions of this release, 5 available)

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
#TitleRatingLength
A1The Internationale
producer:
Grant Showbiz and Wiggy (member of Riff Raff)
brass:
Christie Tyler Cory Band
piano:
Cara Tivey
vocals:
Billy Bragg and Côr Cochion Caerdydd
conductor:
David Bedford (composer)
arranger:
David Bedford (composer)
recording of:
The Internationale
composer:
Pierre Degeyter (Belgian socialist & composer)
translator:
Billy Bragg (in 1989)
translated version of:
L’Internationale
33:48
A2I Dreamed I Saw Phil Ochs Last Night
producer:
Grant Showbiz and Wiggy (member of Riff Raff)
vocals:
Billy Bragg
recording of:
I Dreamed I Saw Phil Ochs Last Night
lyricist:
Billy Bragg
dedicated to:
Phil Ochs
version of:
I Dreamed I Saw Joe Hill Last Night (Robinson/Hayes)
31:29
A3The Marching Song of the Covert Battalions34:02
B1Blake's Jerusalem
producer:
Grant Showbiz and Wiggy (member of Riff Raff)
piano:
Cara Tivey
vocals:
Billy Bragg and Cara Tivey
recording of:
Jerusalem (anthem by Hubert Parry)
lyricist:
William Blake (English poet, painter, and printmaker)
composer:
Hubert Parry (English composer) (in 1916)
is based on:
Jerusalem (poem by Blake)
42:32
B2Nicaragua Nicaraguita
producer:
Grant Showbiz and Wiggy (member of Riff Raff)
vocals:
Billy Bragg
cover recording of:
Nicaragua, Nicaragüita
lyricist and composer:
Carlos Mejía Godoy
31:09
B3The Red Flag
producer:
Grant Showbiz and Wiggy (member of Riff Raff)
bodhrán and percussion:
Jim Sutherland (UK composer & producer)
electric guitar:
Billy Bragg
tin whistle:
Marc Duff
vocals:
Billy Bragg and Dick Gaughan
recording of:
The Red Flag (tune of The White Cockade)
lyricist:
Jim Connell
is based on:
The Red Flag (the lyrics, not set to a specific tune)
version of:
The White Cockade
43:13
B4My Youngest Son Came Home Today
producer:
Grant Showbiz and Wiggy (member of Riff Raff)
guitar:
Billy Bragg
piano and shakuhachi:
Cara Tivey
sopranino recorder:
Lorraine Bowen
vocals:
Billy Bragg
cover recording of:
My Youngest Son Came Home Today
lyricist and composer:
Eric Bogle
33:03