About: THE PRICE OF COAL. DAVID ALEXANDER
glad i was a minner god bless all minners
God Bless them and god bless there soul
Sixbells colliery Abertillery was another pit with a terrible disaster where 48miners lost their lives my dad worked there at the time.
Don't know why people putting thumbs down to this when parents and grandparents died in the tragic Colliery disasters. I live in Wrexham, every family was affected by gresford and I'm sure it's the same for all. Sad, but if you talk to the fellas down there they miss it. #camaraderie #hardworkingmen
It was all round to get back to you tammy-Lee's off the
This song reminds me of someone so special eveytime i play it. Good nite and gid bless
sadness for my old valleys !!!!!
What a singer! And what a terrible disaster this was. I'm English but I love Wales & I love Welsh people. And it was sad to hear that this wonderful singer David passed away back in 1995 aged 66.
My father was a miner l pround of him and all the ather miner they all done a great job rip dad love you lots
God bless and r.i.p to all that perished for the price of coal especially the little children of aberfan 😪
Great song great voice great loss
We import coal from Russia and Poland now ......South Wales is sat on seams of coal ..... Thatcher was an evil bitch
My father was a miner he die from coal dust and meny more miners died for the same this the n c b didnt wont to pay up the ncb treated the the miner like shit they wonted the coal but didnt wont to help the miners l am proud of my father and proud to say he was a miner
I remember that morning of Aberfan. my baby was only 12 months old. I will never forget that terrible disaster. She is 50 now. so sad.
and the tears flow....... and the tears fall....
Thank you .... for posting this upon youtube....
Fifty one years ago today .. The Price of Coal... in Aberfan .....
Makes me proud to be welsh luv this song... Aberfan never forgotten always in our harts❤...
I'm told my grandfather was there trying to dig them out at Aberfan. I can't imagine what that must have been like. I can't even get through the intro to this without moistened eyes, just knowing that behind those numbers were lives, dreams, family... Lived in the Valleys all my life, driven past the cemetery at Aberfan and it always makes me shut up for a minute and just think. If there's a god listening, God rest them, and God rest their souls, indeed.