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Cayo Evans - Marching Songs Of The Free Wales Army download mp3 album
Performer:
Cayo Evans
Album:
Marching Songs Of The Free Wales Army
Style:
Marches
Released:
2008
FLAC vers. size:
1986 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1794 mb
WMA vers. size:
1328 mb
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Marching Songs of the Free Wales Army 2008. Marching Songs of the Free Wales Army 2008. Rosin the Bow. Cayo Meets Jeb Loy Uptown (Remix).

William Edward Julian Cayo-Evans (22 April 1937–28 March 1995), was a Welsh political activist and one time leader of the Free Wales Army. Born at 'Glandenys', Silian, near Lampeter, where he also died, Cayo-Evans was educated at the independent, co-educational Millfield School in the village of Street in Somerset, England. His father was John Cayo Evans, a professor of Mathematics at St David's College, Lampeter and High Sheriff of Cardiganshire in the year 1941–42

Best known as a leader of the Free Wales Army, Cayo-Evans seems to have become radicalised during the early 1960s, especially during the building of the Tryweryn reservoir. He was subsequently sentenced to fifteen months imprisonment (. The album is titled "Marching songs of the Free Wales Army". Entry in Culturenet Cymru "100 Welsh Heroes". Notes and References.

William Edward Julian Cayo-Evans (22 April 1937 – 28 March 1995) was a Welsh political activist and one time leader of the Free Wales Army. Welsh Army of Workers. William Edward Julian Cayo-Evans (22 April 1937 – 28 March 1995) was a Welsh political activist and one time leader of the Free Wales Army.

Explorations is an album by jazz pianist Bill Evans that was originally released on Riverside label in 1961. The album won the Billboard Jazz Critics Best Piano LP poll for 1961. Explorations was the second album Evans recorded with his trio of Scott LaFaro on bass and Paul Motian on drums.

Coslett and Cayo Evans also offered their services to the stricken villagers of Aberfan near Merthyr Tydfil where, in October 1966, a coaltip slid into the valley, killing 116 schoolchildren; it is not clear what they did, but Coslett considered the gold watch with which he was presented as his most treasured possession. Exasperated by Plaid Cymru's steadfast refusal to take a tougher line on such issues as Tryweryn, the investiture and Aberfan, he sought other means of promoting the nationalist cause.

Cayo-Evans, deputy Dennis Coslett and four other members were convicted. They had done no acts of violence or sabotage.

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1 The March Of The Free Wales Army
2 Men Of Harlech
3 Rhyfel Capten Morgan
4 Tramp Tramp Tramp The Boys Are Marching
5 Cwm Rhondda
6 Roisin The Bow
7 Boulevogue
8 Leaving The Membres
9 Wild Colonial Boy
10 The Bluebell Polka
11 La Russe
12 La Russe (Part Two)
13 Swedish Rhapsody
14 Sally Gardens
15 The Belle Of The Ball
16 St Malo
17 Barren Rocks Of Aden
18 Farewell To Bamff
19 Milgi Milgi / Elen O Elen / Amazing Grace
20 Cayo Meets Jeb Loy Uptown (Remix)
Mixed By – Jeb Loy Nichols

Credits

  • Artwork By – Jeb Loy Nichols
  • Mastered By – Ronnie Stone

Notes

Recorded at Glandenys 1981