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Ewan MacColl

James Henry Miller (25 January 1915 – 22 October 1989) who used the stage name Ewan MacColl was a British folk singer, songwriter, socialist, actor, poet, playwright, and record producer. He was married to theatre director Joan Littlewood, and later to American folksinger Peggy Seeger. He collaborated with Littlewood in the theatre and with Seeger in folk music. He was the father of the late singer/songwriter Kirsty MacColl. Ewan sang Sacred Harp with Calum MacColl and Mike Seeger.

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Belle Stewart - Celebrity
... While John Stewart worked on a building site in Hatfield, a friend of Ewan MacColl visited ... The following week Ewan MacColl visited the Stewart family ... A few months later the whole family received invitations to perform at MacColl's "Singers' Club" in London ...
Ewan MacColl - Discography
... Lloyd and Ewan MacColl, accompanied by Steve Benbow Gamblers and Sporting Blades (E.P.) (1962) Collaborations – Ewan MacColl and A.L ... Lloyd, Ewan MacColl, Louis Killen, Ian Campbell, Cyril Tawney, Sam Larner and Harry H ... Lloyd and Ewan MacColl A Hundred Years Ago (EP) (1956) The Coast of Peru (EP) (1956) The Singing Sailor (1956) The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (The Child Ballads) Vol 1 (1956) The English and Scottish ...

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    Dylan is to me the perfect symbol of the anti-artist in our society. He is against everything—the last resort of someone who doesn’t really want to change the world.... Dylan’s songs accept the world as it is.
    —Ewan MacColl (1915–1989)