- Performer:Brian McNeill / Ed Miller
- Title:Many's the Fine Tale: Songs of Scotland
- Date of release:July 13, 2002
- Recording date:April, 2002
- Recording location:Shining Castle Studios, Austin, TX
- Size FLAC version1389 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1277 megabytes
- Size WMA version1310 megabytes
- Formats:VOX AUD AA ASF WAV WMA
The Miller's Tale" (Middle English: The Milleres Tale) is the second of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (1380s–1390s), told by the drunken miller Robin to "quite" (a Middle English term meaning requite or pay back, in both good and negative ways) "The Knight's Tale". The Miller's Prologue is the first "quite" that occurs in the tales (to "quite" someone is to repay them for a service, the service here being the telling of stories).
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Ed Miller is a Scottish folk singer. He has worked with Brian McNeill, John Taylor, Scooter Muse, and Jil Chambless, and is a frequent performer at folk music festivals in the United States.
Many's The Fine Tale is a 2002 album by Ed Miller. Gie the Fiddler a Dram" (Brian McNeill/Ed Miller) - 4:54. The Last Trip Home" (Davy Steele) - 3:46. The Lads o' the Fair" (Brian McNeill) - 3:40. The Band o' Shearers" (trad. Arr. Miller & Brotherton) - 3:32. Jock Stewart" (traditional)- 3:08. The Wide Rio Grande" (Brian McNeill) - 4:33. All We Can Call Oor Ain" (Brian McNeill) - 7:18. Spring Song" (Alan Bell) - 3:33
Many's The Fine Tale (CD, Album).
This tale is the funniest Chaucer ever wrote and has been popular with readers of humorous literature throughout the ages. Chaucer used no known source for The Miller's Tale, but in general outline, it is one of the most common earthy folk tales, or fabliaux. The story of the rich old man married to a voluptuous young girl has been and still is the source of much of the bawdy humor throughout Western literature. In Chaucer's treatment, the story is elevated to great literary heights through Chaucer's masterful use of comic incongruity and characterization, and by the incredible. The neatness of the tale goes far beyond the comic inevitability of its plot. In the medieval view, Noah's flood came about because men had become carnal; they fell into promiscuity and perversion. The same sins bring on the comic catastrophe in The Miller's Tale.
All 34 songs featured in The Handmaid's Tale Season 1, listed by episode with scene descriptions. Browse Season 1 Songs by Episode. S1 · E2 · Birth Day. 26 Apr 2017 more.
McNeill satchels stand out not only because of their quality and fashionable designs, but also because they possess that certain something. Flashing lights and double flashers, depending on the design, appear on a key hanger or on the satchel cover, where they bring the motif to life depending on the viewing angle. Show all. McNeill School Satchels. McNeill satchels stand out not only because of their quality and fashionable designs, but also because they possess that certain something.
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CreditsAlbert Alfonso - Bodhran, Percussion
Alan Bell - Composer
Brotherton - Arranger
Kathy Brotherton - Accordion, Pump Organ
Rich Brotherton - Editing, Guitar, Mandola, Mixing, National Steel Guitar, Producer
Jack Foley - Composer
Nancy Groce - Photography
Pipo Hernandez - Charango
Andy Irvine - Composer
Mary LeJohnson - Photography
Ken Liechti - Bagpipes
Bob Livingston - Harmonica
Mike Maddux - Accordion
Brian McNeill - Composer, Editing, Fiddle, Guitar, Lyricist, Mandola, Mixing, Primary Artist, Producer, Viola
Ed Miller - Composer, Guitar, Photography, Primary Artist, Vocals, Whistle
Larry Rone - Whistle
Davy Steele - Composer
John Taylor - Fiddle
Jake Thorne - Engineer
Traditional - Composer
Geoff Union - Engineer
John Watt - Composer
Janet Weatherson - Photography
|1||Gie the Fiddler a Dram Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||4:55|
|2||The Last Trip Home Davy Steele||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||3:47|
|3||The Lads O' the Fair Brian McNeill||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||3:41|
|4||The Band O' Shearers Traditional||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||3:33|
|5||Jock Stewart Traditional||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||3:09|
|6||The Wide Rio Grande Brian McNeill||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||4:34|
|7||All We Can Call Oor Ain Brian McNeill||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||7:19|
|8||Spring Song Alan Bell||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||3:34|
|9||Never Tire of the Road Andy Irvine||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||5:16|
|10||Bunclody Traditional||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||3:20|
|11||Lassie O' the Morning Jack Foley||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||4:26|
|12||The Wild West Show John Watt||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||4:54|
|13||My Love is Like a Red Red Rose Traditional||Brian McNeill / Ed Miller||3:14|