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Earthed in Cloud Valley

Andrew Cronshaw: Earthed in Cloud Valley (Trailer LER 2104)

Earthed in Cloud Valley
Andrew Cronshaw

Trailer LER 2104 (LP, UK, 1977)

Cloud Valley
Andrew Cronshaw

Trailer LREP 1 (EP, UK, June 1977)

Andrew Cronshaw: Cloud Valley (Trailer LREP 1)
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Produced and recorded by Bill Leader at Leader Sound;
Sleeve front by John Griffin

Musicians

Andrew Cronshaw, zither [1-2, 4-5, 7-9, 11-14], English concertina [1, 3, 6, 12], flute [1-2], fife [8], whistle [9], hammered dulcimer [10];
Holly Tannen, Appalachian dulcimer [1, 3, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14];
Martin Simpson, guitar, [1, 3, 6, 12], bottleneck guitar, [13], dobro [11];
Rick Kemp, bass guitar [1, 3-6]

Tracks

LP Side 1LP Side 2
  1. Murdo Mackenzie of Torridon (4.02)
  2. Eleanor Plunkett (4.29)
  3. Prince William (2.58)
  4. Fanny Power / A Stor a Stor a Ghra (1.52)
  5. The Bellringing (1.52)
  6. Elsie Marley (1.34)

Track 1 Bobby Macleod;
Tracks 2, 4a Turlough O'Carolan arr. Andrew Cronshaw;
Tracks 3, 4b, 5-8, 10-12, 14 trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw;
Tracks 9 Andrew Cronshaw;
Track 13 Rab Noakes

  1. Go from My Window / The Green Mossy Banks of the Lea (2.35)
  2. Christmas Day in the Morning (2.12)
  3. Glen Cottage (1.33)
  4. The Dhu Hill (1.24)
  5. Midnight on the Water (2.13)
  6. Pandeirada de Entrimo (1.32)
  7. Somewhere to Stay (1.30)
  8. The Cutty Wren (4.04)
EP Side 1EP Side 2
  1. Murdo Mackenzie of Torridon (4.05)
  2. Glen Cottage (2.19)
  1. The Cutty Wren (4.21)
  2. Elsie Marley (1.38)

> Folk Music > Records > Andrew Cronshaw: Wade in the Flood

Wade in the Flood

Andrew Cronshaw: Wade in the Flood (Transatlantic LTRA 508)

Wade in the Flood
Andrew Cronshaw

Transatlantic The Leader Tradition LTRA 508 (LP, UK, 1978)

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Produced by Andrew Cronshaw and Bill Leader;
Recorded by Bill Leader at Leader Sound in March 1978;
Sleeve front picture by Bill Fulton;
Design by Andrew Cronshaw

Musicians

Andrew Cronshaw, electric zithers, concertina, whistle [all tracks];
Martin Simpson, acoustic & electric guitars, dobro, banjo [1-2, 4, 6-8, 10-12];
Ric Sanders, electric violin [1-2, 4, 6-12];
Jon Gillaspie, polyphonic synthesiser, piano, bassoon [1-5, 8, 12];
Holly Tannen, Appalachian dulcimer [11-12];
Rick Kemp, bass guitar [4-6, 8, 11-12]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Bell Isle (2.22)
  2. The Abbots Bromley Horn Dance Tune (2.48)
  3. Leaving Rhu Vaternish (4.02)
  4. The Eastern Townships' Waltz (3.05)
  5. The Lament for Rory Mór MacLeod (2.13)
  6. The Marquis of Huntly's Strathspey (2.17)
  7. Brave Wolfe (1.28)
  1. La Valse Du Grand Bois (2.26)
  2. The Downfall of Paris (1.56)
  3. Malcolm McPherson's Lullaby (0.00)
  4. Table Mountain Road (4.11)
  5. The Lark on the Strand (1.51)
  6. The Lament for Anach Cuain (4.36)

> Folk Music > Records > Andrew Cronshaw: The Great Dark Water

The Great Dark Water

Andrew Cronshaw: The Great Dark Water (Waterfront WF 009)

The Great Dark Water
Andrew Cronshaw

Waterfront WF 009 (LP/cass., UK, 1982)

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All tracks later appeared on The Andrew Cronshaw CD.

Musicians

Andrew Cronshaw, electric zither, concertina, hackbrett, monophonic synth, whistle, electric flute [all tracks except 8];
Ric Sanders, violin [1-7, 9-11];
Martin Simpson, guitars, dobro, banjo [3, 6, 9, 11];
Dave Bristow, piano, polysynth [5-6, 10-11];
June Tabor, vocals [9];
Rick Kemp, bass guitar [5, 8];
Fred Thelonious Baker, bass guitar [3, 8];
Jonathan Davie, bass guitar [6, 9];
Micky Barker, drums [5, 7];
Vo Fletcher, guitar [4];
Rachel Perry, oboe [4]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Voice of Silence (1.21)
  2. The Wexford Carol (Roud 22086) (3.18)
  3. Andro and His Cutty Gun (3.19)
  4. A Galician Processional (2.25)
  5. Harry Bloodgood's Famous Jig / The American Boot Dance (4.37)
  6. The Blacksmith (3.03)
  7. Fingal's Cave (2.05)
  1. A Yowe Came to Our Door (3.42)
  2. The Ship in Distress: The St Kilda Rowing Song / Go to Sea No More / Pandeirada de Entrimo / The Ship in Distress (7.58)
  3. Gentle Dark-Eyed Mary (4.05)
  4. Empty Places (3.37)

> Folk Music > Records > Andrew Cronshaw: Till the Beasts' Returning

Till the Beasts' Returning

Andrew Cronshaw: Till the Beasts' Returning (Topic 12TS447)

Till the Beasts' Returning
Andrew Cronshaw

Topic Records 12TS447 (LP, UK, 1988)
Topic Records TSDL447 (digital download, UK, March 2010)

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Produced and engineered by Andrew Cronshaw at Ideal Sound Recorders, London
Sleeve designed by Andrew Cronshaw and Tony Engle
Sleeve front photo by Laurie Campbell

All tracks except tracks 5 & 8 later appeared on The Andrew Cronshaw CD.

Musicians

Andrew Cronshaw, zither, Chinese flute, clavichord, whistle, shawm, steelpans, cimbalom, English concertina [all tracks except 8];
Ric Sanders, violins [2, 4-7, 10-11];
Martin Simpson, electric guitar, lap steel [3, 9];
Ian Blake, bass guitar, piano, clarinet [3, 5, 9-10];
Rick Kemp, bass guitar [5, 6];
Rory McLeod, harmonica [7, 10];
June Tabor, vocals [8];
Dave Clewlow, trumpets, flügelhorn [3, 11];
Steve Newman, guitar [5];
Rosie Cross, hammered dulcimer, tambourine [3, 9];
Lev Liberman, sax [3];
Laurie Harper, violin, mandolin [3, 9, 11];
Mark Emerson, violin [3, 9-11];
B.J.Cole, pedal steel [9]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Dark-Haired Youth / Taladh ar Slanair (3.56)
  2. Freumh as Craobh Taigh Challadair (The Hawthorn Tree of Cawdor) (2.12)
  3. Wasps in the Woodpile (3.35)
  4. Turning the Tide (2.20)
  5. Alala de Castro / Ronda de Cuestacáon (6.29)
  6. Seana Mheallan (3.49)
  1. Giullan Nam Bo (The Cow Boy) (4.19)
  2. Our Captain Cried All Hands (602) (2.24)
  3. Ho Ho Nighean Donn (Ho Ho, Brown Maid) / The First of May / The Prince of Wales' Jig (6.59)
  4. The Saratoga Hornpipe (2.31)
  5. An Old Highland Air (4.25)

Tracks 1, 5, 9-10 trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw;
Tracks 2, 6 trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw, Ric Sanders;
Track 3 trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw, Ian Blake, Rosie Cross, Dave Clewlow, Mark Emerson, Laurie Harper, Martin Simpson;
Track 4 Andrew Cronshaw;
Tracks 7 trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw, Ric Sanders, Rory McLeod;
Tracks 8 trad. arr. June Tabor;
Track 11 trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw, Ric Sanders, Dave Clewlow, Laurie Harper, Mark Emerson

> Folk Music > Records > Andrew Cronshaw: The Andrew Cronshaw CD

The Andrew Cronshaw CD

Andrew Cronshaw: The Andrew Cronshaw CD (Topic TSCD447)

The Andrew Cronshaw CD
Andrew Cronshaw

Topic Records TSCD447 (CD, UK, 1989)

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This compilation comprises all of The Great Dark Water and all except tracks 5 & 8 of Till the Beasts' Returning. See these album's entries for those for details.

Tracks

  1. The Voice of Silence (1.17)
  2. The Wexford Carol (Roud 22086) (3.15)
  3. Andro and His Cutty Gun (3.17)
  4. A Galician Processional (2.24)
  5. Harry Bloodgood's Famous Jig / The American Boot Dance (4.35)
  6. The Blacksmith (3.02)
  7. Fingal's Cave (2.05)
  8. A Yowe Came to Our Door (3.42)
  9. The Ship in Distress: The St Kilda Rowing Song / Go to Sea No More / Pandeirada de Entrimo / The Ship in Distress (7.55)
  10. Gentle Dark-Eyed Mary (4.00)
  11. Empty Places (3.35)
  12. The Dark-Haired Youth / Taladh ar Slanair (4.01)
  13. Freumh as Craobh Taigh Challadair (The Hawthorn Tree of Cawdor) (2.18)
  14. Wasps in the Woodpile (3.43)
  15. Turning the Tide (2.24)
  16. Seana Mheallan (3.48)
  17. Giullan Nam Bo (The Cow Boy) (4.24)
  18. Ho Ho Nighean Donn (Ho Ho, Brown Maid) / The First of May / The Prince of Wales' Jig (7.06)
  19. The Saratoga Hornpipe (2.37)
  20. An Old Highland Air (4.34)

> Folk Music > Records > Andrew Cronshaw: The Language of Snakes

The Language of Snakes

Andrew Cronshaw: The Language of Snakes (Special Delivery SPDCD 1050)

The Language of Snakes
Andrew Cronshaw

Special Delivery (Topic Records) SPDCD 1050 (CD, UK, 1993);
Lyricon 21046 (CD, Spain, 19xx)
Topic Records TSDL1050 (digital download, UK, January 2010)

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Musicians

Andrew Cronshaw, electric zither [2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 14], ba-wu [1, 14], flutes [3, 8], clavichord [5-6], concertina [6, 11], whistle [7-8, 10, 12, 14], shawm [8], drum [8], 5-string kantele [11], gu-cheng [13], gong [14];
Bernard O'Neill, double bass [1, 8, 11], cello [1];
Arto Järvelä, nyckelharpa [3];
Ian Blake, bass clarinet [4, 6, 10-11], soprano saxophone [6], clarinet [9];
Chris Haigh, fiddle [4, 6, 10-11];
Neti Vaandrager, fiddle [6, 10-11];
B.J. Cole, pedal steel [4];
Brendan Power, harmonica [4, 9];
Ric Sanders, violin [7-8], zeta violin [7];
Minna Raskinen, concert kantele [12];
Sanna Kurki-Suonio, vocals and lyrics [14]

Tracks

  1. Through Moorfields (Roud 605; G/D 6:1079) (1.34)
  2. Kindness for Ever More (2.46)
  3. MacDonnell's March / Kilcoy's March (1.49)
  4. Baile de Procesión (3.53)
  5. Cronnan na callaich a bhan sa bhein bhreic (The Old Woman's Lullaby) (1.49)
  6. Marcha Procesional do S. Benito / Do chrochaidh a thoill thu (You Ought to Be Hanged) (4.27)
  7. Apple Pratties (2.31)
  8. Ailean Duinn (Brown-Haired Allan) (3.15)
  9. A Maruxa (3.39)
  10. The Waterford Waltz (3.04)
  11. Tuu, tuu, tupakkarulla + Tuuti hussaa ja lullaa / The Other Boot Dance (4.19)
  12. Hithil ùil agus ò, hithil o hòrino (5.26)
  13. Tha mi sgìth 'm ònaran (I am Tired in Solitude) (2.02)
  14. An gille donn (The Brown-Haired Boy) / Vaskilinnun Vaikerrus (3.47)

All tracks trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw except
Track 4 trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw, Ian Blake, B.J. Cole, Brendan Power;
Track 6a trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw, Ian Blake, Chris Haigh, Neti Vaandrager;
Track 6b trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw, Ian Blake, Chris Haigh;
Tracks 7-8 trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw, Ric Sanders;
Track 10 O'Farrell arr. Andrew Cronshaw, Ian Blake, Chris Haigh;
Track 11a trad. + Haapasolo, arr. Andrew Cronshaw, Ian Blake, Chris Haigh, Neti Vaandrager;
Track 11b trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw, Chris Haigh;
Track 14b words Sanna Kurki-Suonio, tune trad. arr. Andrew Cronshaw, Sanna Kurki-Suonio