on a pris les trois p'tits sont condamnés à mourir le plus vieux les reconsole ne pleurez pas mes frères petits nous avons encore un frère à la cour du roi louis s'il savait de nos nouvelles il serait bientôt ici il mettrait l' feu dans pontoise ferait mourir leur bailli le geôlier à la fenêtre il . Albums de Gabriel Yacoub (ex- Malicorne) Pierre de Grenoble () Elementary Level of Faith () modifier Trad. Arr. est le tout premier album studio en solo de Gabriel Yacoub publié sous son nom propre. Ce disque est sorti en mai alors que Gabriel faisait toujours partie du groupe Malicorne. Sommaire 1 historique 2 Liste des titres 3 Crédits 4 Personnel 5 Notes et références 6 Genre: Chanson, folk. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Gabriel Yacoub - Trad. Arr. at Discogs. Complete your Gabriel Yacoub collection/5(15).
Don't know if it's been mentioned don't have time to sort through whole threadbut my favorite murder ballad is: Country Death Song -- The Violent Femmes "I gave her a push, I gave her a shove.
I pushed with all my might, I pushed with all my love. I pushed my darlin' into a bottomless pit. She screamed as she fell, but I never heard her hit. Aw, man. You're a day late, but I didn't even think of it. A haunting tune, and probably the longest title I've seen. He plays an extended version of the song accompanied by an oud!!! Also good, but I think the earlier version is the classic one.
Wind and Rain is a version of the Two Sister's I think. Jerry Garcia did a version of Sweet Ellender that has two murders and a suicide. Colleen Malone died. We don't know, could have been murdered. How about MacPherson's Lament. He was hung for sheep stealing. That's murder ain't it? Just one of many by this great, and extremely intense group! OK, I'm actaully kind of bugged by some of these tunes. I mean when you listen to a song like "Little Girl And The Dreadful Snake" I have to wonder why someone would write a tune and like, why someone else would want to play it, and why anyone would want to hear it.
Why do the Les Trois Petits Frères De Pontoise - Gabriel Yacoub - TRAD. ARR. (CD in these bluegrass tunes kill their girlfriends and throw them in the river? That said, here are two more death tunes Red Headed Stranger by Willie Nelson The whole death theme gives me the creeps. Great thread. I'm with Grimm "I'm more than guilty of loving murder ballads, I could be accused of playing little else Tragedy, dark and creepy, has worked really well for balladeers, and songwriters through the ages.
I don't what that says about the human condition and I'm biased, being a Cormac McCarthy fan. I have always been attracted to murder ballads too. If you read about a real event of this type, it's just horrible, but in song it seems like an allegory of the stupid way we all or a lot of us destroy what we love the most. Funny how rap music gets all the press about being violent! Moving back a few posts to McPherson's Lament aka McPherson's FarewellI thing McPherson was actually hung for being a half-gypsy, which was a capital offense at the time in scotland.
Fine tune regardless. I guess that would make that a double murder ballad? Has anyone mentioned Deliah's Gone? Especially the verse that says: Deliah, Deliah, How could it be You loved all them rounders, but you never really did love me?
Deliah's gone, one more round, Deliah's gone, one more round, Deliah's gone, one more round, Deliah's gone. Arlene, by the Handsome Family excerpt : that night I decided that I was gonna marry you my knife went through your screen door and I went away with you you were singing "please let me go" all the way down to Miller's Cave when I picked a stick up off the ground you cried "I ain't ready for my grave.
How about NGR's "Colly Davis", with one of my favorite mandolin intros of all time, with time honored revenge as its subject, Blue Highway's "Cry of the Whipporwill", and a one of my all-time favorites, LRB's "Carolyn, the Teenage Queen", with his plans to kill her thwarted by an auto accident, and the great line, "I looked at her face so deathly white, she cheated me once again. Fantastic thread. I'm not a folklorist or historian, Les Trois Petits Frères De Pontoise - Gabriel Yacoub - TRAD.
ARR. (CD, but I guess that these songs have their roots in illiterate pre-literate? Forbidden fruit and death, that is a very strong "archetype" since the dawn of time. She was a New England regionalist writer who often wrote about the darker side of human character.
Her short story "Old Woman Magoun" would be great fodder for a murder ballad, in case anybody is looking to write one. Lily's good-for-nothing father has gambled and lost the little girl to another gambler, in a cardgame.
Old Woman Magoun kills Lily by allowing her to eat nightshade berries, to save her from that fate. Great read that would make a terrific ballad. Even the names are made for it. Porter Wagoner, the one and only. Has anyone listed Two Sisters?
Someone early on listed a bunch of Tom Waits songs -- he does a great version of this. I think he calls it by some other title. I wrote one after a dream I had. You can check it out a lot of spots on the web. Tom Waits does great stuff. Interesting that this thread has been "resurrected". I find myself drawn to murder ballads, as well. I actually have two playlists saved on my PC of murder- or death-related songs, Album).
Ruination Day, Pt. In the hea-ea-ea-ea-ea-ead, took a bullet in the back of the head Steeleye Span had a bunch; what I can think of this sec is the ballad of the three poachers -- they shot two keepers on the way out of the wood "Exile and transportation two brothers they were taken and the other one hung as a token, may God forgive their crimes.
We used to get letters occasionally from him from prison. O'er his white bones as they lie bare the wind will blow forever more I think it's a pretty old song.
Frankenpine recorded a bunch of songs about death on their debut album, "The Crooked Mountain. The third is "Over Your Bones," which is more a lament for the loss of the past, but also for those who have been killed Indians?
I'm not sure, but as an archaeology student who just spent a lot of time excavating burials in Turkey, the song has special meaning for me.
Oh, and lest we forget "John Barleycorne Must Die. Wah, more come to mind: "Good Corn Liquor" by the Steeldrivers Daddy has to run 'shine to pay for Mom's medicine, the sheriff shoots him down cold. The Dead version of the song Stagger Lee is a great update of that story. Robert Hunter did a great job with the lyrics, and Garcia wrote a fine chord progression and melody. F C Bb F Do you know what he shot him for?
Bb a a g What do you make of that? He's twice as big as me. Well don't ask me to go downtown, I won't come back alive [no more]. Not only is that mother big he packs a. Bayou, Delia said, just give me a gun He shot my Billy dead now I'm gonna see him hung.
The song that woman sung was "Look Out Stagger Lee". I would not advise a young woman to date a man named Willy. Sorry Willy, but I am just sayin : I used to have to review automobile accident reports as part of my job, and I recomended that folks not drive vehicle 2.
And if you do happen to be driving vehicle 2, and see a fellow named Willie in a vehicle nearby, go ahead and start praying! What about "Black Jack Davey"? Does anybody die in that one? She would not "take a little walk. Found your "Mr. Fox" here. Thanks for the list, now I've got around songs to listen to and work through many of them I already know a version of. Likewise "Butcher Boy" suicide, not murder from the same album. In a youtube clip from Pete Seeger's show they mention it's called Tarrytown in the version on this side of the pond.
Bob Dylan's Ballad of Hollis Brown has been in rotation recently. The Neville Bros. Nice old thread. One of my all time favorites! What about "Frankie and Johnny"? And as long as we're going pop, "Bad Bad Leroy Brown. I think The Red Headed Stranger by Willie Nelson deserves at least a second mention in this thread, it being a murder ballad concept album. Acoustic Dwight Yoakum " Buenos Noches From a Lonely Room" I searched til I found them, then I cursed at the sight Of their sleeping shadows in the cold neon light In the dark morning silence I placed the gun to her head She wore red dresses, but now she lay dead Doesnt get any more murderish than that.
Another I like, altho murder is the back story, is " Billy Austin" by Steve Earle, about a death row inmate moments from execution This one has been fun to research because there are so many versions easily available, between youtube and itunes and spotify and general internet searches, I think I have around 20 distinctly different versions that I've listened to. I've always found the transformations and adaptation of music as it travels around fascinating.
The Boy that Burned in the Berryville Jail - robber jailed, jail catches on fire, jailer ignores his cries The afore-mentioned "Weela Waile" both a gruesome murder ballad AND a children's song in Dublin and, my personal favourite, "The Maid Of Cabra West" he gave out many an oath and curse 'til he was dead I'm sure, then I lifted up the manhole lid and I dropped him down the sewer.
Give me a murder ballad over "moon, june, croon" any day of the week. The afore-mentioned "Weela Waile" both a gruesome murder ballad AND a children's song in Dublin Imagine, if you will, a little American girl going to half-day kindergarten and singing her favorite song for the teacher, who was appalled. It didn't even get a note home, the teacher marched the two blocks from the school to my house to confront my mother for playing such disreputable music to a child.
Dan Fogelburg had a good one in the early 80s called Tucson Az. A little slow as he recorded it but I think it would Bluegrass nice and tells a good ie terrible story.
Cruel Brother - robber comes upon three sisters, will you marry me or die by my pen knife? My understanding was that a knight innocently came courting, looked over all three three sisters, picked the third one. During the ceremony the brother kills his sister. While the motive is never discussed, but its far more depraved than robbery.
At work, so no time to re-read the whole thing, but Clay Hess's Rock Castle County is pretty chilling As a dad of a daughter, gives Les Trois Petits Frères De Pontoise - Gabriel Yacoub - TRAD. ARR. (CD a shiver every time Sorry if it's been mentioned Les Trois Petits Frères De Pontoise - Gabriel Yacoub - TRAD.
ARR. (CD. Claude Dallas by Ian Tyson and its a true story Tom Oops!! This one always leaves me confused. The two lovers are talking, "Ask your Mom, if she says Yes we'll get married, if she says no we'll run away.
So instead of running away seemed like a reasonable plan they both kill themselves. I imagine the parents waking up and wondering what the heck happened? They never even said "No". Maybe of these songs mystify me I think the context is lost over the years.
Don't get me wrong, though, I think they're all great. My favorites are Two Sisters and Caleb Meyer. Yeah I love this Rock n Roll.
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9 les trois p'tits frères de pontoise *[8'18"] 10 la tricotée [2'48"] g y: vocals, acoustic guitar, mandocello marie yacoub: vocals michel hindenoch: vocals bernard blanc: bagpipes, vielle à roue barry dransfield: violin jean blanchard: bagpipes, diatonic accordion hughes decourson: harmonium. Tous titres (© , , , , , ou ) écrits et composés par Gabriel Yacoub excepté: Le galant noyé & Les trois petits frères de Pontoise (© ) (Trad. / Adapt. Gabriel Yacoub / Gabriel Yacoub) Bon an mal an (© ) (Gabriel Yacoub / Arr. René Werneer).
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