Barbara Allen" (Child 84, Roud 54) is a traditional Scottish ballad; it later travelled to America both orally and in print, where it became a popular folk song.
Barbara Allen (stanzas 1 & 2). Recorded By – Alan Lomax, Elizabeth LomaxVocals, Fiddle – Monroe Gevedon. A5. Barbara Allen (stanzas 3 & 4). Recorded By – Wyatt InskoVocals – Kitty Ritchie Singleton. A6. Barbara Allen (stanzas 1 & 2). Recorded By – Sidney Robertson CowellVocals – May Kennedy McCord. A7. Barbara Allen (complete). Recorded By – Herbert HalpertVocals – Mrs. Mary Franklin Farmer.
Barbry Ellen (Barbara Allen). Released by SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS RECORDINGS Oct 2002. Listen to Jean Ritchie Barbry Ellen (Barbara Allen) MP3 song. Barbry Ellen (Barbara Allen) song from the album Classic Mountain Songs From Smithsonian Folkways is released on Oct 2002. The duration of song is 05:04. This song is sung by Jean Ritchie.
The Everly Brothers - Barbara Allen. album: Lakeshore Town. Allen Jacobsen, Barbara Dennerlein, Joerg Reiter, Russ Spiegel, Sebastian Merk, Thomas Stabenow - Giant Steps. album: Famous & Forgotten Recordings from Virginians, Volume 1. Harry & Jeanie West - Barbara Allen.
The Pilgrims is the name for the early settlers of the Plymouth Colony, which is now Plymouth, Massachusetts. These people referred to themselves as Separatists. Most of them were either Methodists or Puritans. In 1620 they traveled from England on a ship called the Mayflower. There were 102 people on the ship including crew members.