> Folk Music > Records > Ray and Archie Fisher: Far Over the Forth

Ray and Archie Fisher: Far Over the Forth

Ray and Archie Fisher: Far Over the Forth (Topic TOP67)

Far Over the Forth
Ray and Archie Fisher

Topic Records TOP67 (7" EP, UK, 1961)

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Recorded in 1960 in Hampstead, St. Pancras and Edinburgh.

All tracks were included in 1965 on the compilation LP Bonny Lass Come O'er the Burn (Topic 12T128).

Musicians

Ray Fisher, vocals [1-4];
Archie Fisher,vocals [1, 4], guitar [1, 3-4]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Night Visiting Song (Roud 22568; G/D 4:783) (2.58)
  2. Far Over the Forth (Roud 3360) (3.48)
  1. The Twa Corbies (Roud 5; Child 26) (2.09)
  2. Kilbogie (Roud 95; G/D 4:851) (3.05)

All tracks trad.

All tracks were reissued in 1965 on the LP Bonny Lass Come O'er the Burn

> Folk Music > Records > The Fisher Family: Traditional & New Songs from Scotland

The Fisher Family: Traditional & New Songs from Scotland

The Fisher Family: Traditional & New Songs from Scotland (Topic 12T137)

Traditional & New Songs from Scotland
The Fisher Family

Topic Records 12T137 (LP, UK, 1966)
Topic Records TSDL137 (digital download, UK, December 2009)

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Recorded by Bill Leader at the Fisher Family's home in Monkseaton, Northumbria in 1965;
Notes by Norman Buchan;
Photograph by Joe Boyd

Musicians

Archie, Ray, Cindy, Joyce, Audrey and Priscilla Fisher, vocals;
Archie Fisher, guitar accompaniment

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Come All Ye Fisher Lassies (Roud 12504) (1.51)
    The Family led by Ray
  2. Schooldays Over (Roud 16146) (1.27)
    Ray & Archie acc. guitar
  3. Te Rogs o' Rye (Roud 985) (3.25)
    Archie acc. guitar
  4. Donal Ogue (Young Dan) (Roud 3379) (2.53)
    Joyce acc. guitar
  5. For Our Lang Biding Here (Roud 8561) (1.45)
    Archie acc. guitar
  6. Joy of My Heart (1.55)
    The Family lead by Ray & Archie acc. guitar
  1. Hey Ca' Through (1.08)
    Ray, Joyce, Audray and Priscilla
  2. What's Poor Mary Weeping For (Roud 2118; G/D 8:1606) / Bonny Lassie O (Roud 4845; G/D 7:1486) (1.57)
    Ray & Archie acc. guitar
  3. I Am a Miller tae My Trade (Roud 888; G/D 7:1489) (2.43)
    Cindy & Joyce
  4. I Am a Freeborn Man (2.05)
    Archie acc. guitar
  5. The Birken Tree (Roud 5069; G/D 4:802) (2.12)
    Joyce & Cindy
  6. Aince Upon a Time (Roud 3361; G/D 7:1399) (1.29)
    Ray & Archie acc. guitar

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 1-2, 10 Ewan MacColl;
Track 6 Hugh S. Roberton;
Track 7 Robert Burns;

> Folk Music > Records > Archie Fisher

Archie Fisher

Archie Fisher: Archie Fisher (Transatlantic XTRA 1070)

Archie Fisher
Archie Fisher

Transatlantic Records XTRA 1070 (LP, UK, 1968)
Celtic Music CM 007/CMCD 007 (LP / CD, UK, 1982)
Gonzo Multimedia CTVPCD017 (CD, UK, 2017)

Archie Fisher: Archie Fisher (Celtic CMCD 007)
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Recorded at Craighall Studios, Edinburgh, and Livingstone Studios, Barnet, 1968;
Produced by Bill Leader;
Design and photography: Sovereign Studios, Leeds

Musicians

Archie Fisher, vocals, guitar, dulcimer, concertina, sitar;
John MacKinnon, violin, mandolin;
John Doonan, piccolo, whistle

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Open the Door Softly (1.57)
  2. Reynardine (Roud 397; Laws P15; G/D 2:333) (2.39)
  3. The Terror Time (2.39)
  4. The Three Gypsies (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278; Henry H124) (2.57)
  5. The Kielder Hunt (Roud 5126) (2.40)
  6. The Trooper and the Maid (Roud 162; Child 299; G/D 7:1470) (1.54)
  1. The Child on the Road (Roud 20; Child 3) (2.22)
  2. The Beggar Wench (Roud 2153; G/D 2:303) (2.20)
  3. Bogie's Bonnie Belle (Roud 2155; G/D 7:1396) (2.51)
  4. Matt Highland (Roud 2880) (4.38)
  5. Farewell She (Roud 803; Henry H504) (2.38)
  6. The Snows They Melt the Soonest (Roud 3154) (2.18)

All tracks trad. except
Track 3 Ewan MacColl

> Folk Music > Records > Archie Fisher, Barbara Dickson, John MacKinnon: The Fate o' Charlie

The Fate o' Charlie

Archie Fisher, Barbara Dickson, John MacKinnon: The Fate o' Charlie (Trailer LER3002)

The Fate o' Charlie
Songs of the Jacobite Rebellions
Archie Fisher, Barbara Dickson, John MacKinnon

Trailer Records LER3002 (LP, UK, 1969)
Trailer/Highway Records LER3002 (LP, UK, 1979)

The Fate o' Charlie (Highway LER3002, 1979)
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Recorded in Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire by Bill Leader;
Produced by Bill Leader
Cover picture: The Field of Prestonpans, September 21, 1745, after Sir W. Allen, Radio Times Hulton Picture Library

See also Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger's album The Jacobite Rebellions. It has the same cover picture and was recorded by Bill Leader too.

Musicians

Archie Fisher, vocals [1-3, 8a, 13], guitar, concertina, dulcimer, mandolin;
Barbara Dickson, vocals [2, 4, 6, 9, 11, 15], guitar, bodhrán;
John MacKinnon, vocals [2, 5, 12], violin, mandolin

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. [AF] Cam Ye o'er Frae France (Roud 5814; G/D 1:120)
  2. [AF, BD, JM] The Three Healths
  3. [AF] Wha Wadna Fight for Charlie
  4. [BD] The White Cockade (Roud 191)
  5. [JM] My Bonny Hieland Laddie
  6. [BD] The Hieland Widow's Lament
  7. Prestonpans
  8. [AF] The Battle of Prestonpans / Killicrankie
  1. [BD] O'er the Water to Charlie (Roud 729; G/D 1:135)
  2. Prince Charlie
  3. [BD] Highland Harry (Roud 3809; G/D 1:134)
  4. [JM] The Fate o' Charlie
  5. [AF] The Highlander's Lament
  6. O'er the Water
  7. [BD] The Flowers o' the Forest (Roud 3812)

Tracks 1, 3, 7-8, 13-14 trad arr. Archie Fisher;
Tracks 2, 10 trad arr. Archie Fisher, Barbara Dickson, John MacKinnon;
Tracks 4, 6, 9, 11, 15 trad arr. Barbara Dickson;
Tracks 5, 12 trad arr. John MacKinnon

> Folk Music > Records > Archie Fisher & Barbara Dickson: Thro' the Recent Years

Archie Fisher & Barbara Dickson: Thro' the Recent Years

Archie Fisher & Barbara Dickson: Thro' the Recent Years (Decca SKL 5041)

Thro' the Recent Years
The folk experience of
Archie Fisher & Barbara Dickson

Decca LK 5041/SKL 5041 (LP, UK, 1970)
Celtic Music CM 031 (LP, UK, 1986)
Gonzo Multimedia CTVP016CD (CD, UK, December 16, 2016)

Archie Fisher & Barbara Dickson: Thro' the Recent Years (Gonzo CTVP016CD)
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Produced by Ray Horricks;
Engineered by Robert Sibbald on 4-track in Edinburgh and by Terry Johnson and David Grinsted on 8-track in London;
Cover photo by Ian McCalman

Musicians

Archie Fisher, vocals [1, 3, 5-8, 11-14], guitar;
Barbara Dickson, vocals [2, 4, 6, 8-14];
Des Haldane, Rab Noakes, backing vocals, guitar;
Ronnie Reay, bass;
Bill Kemp, drums;
Roger Coulam, organ;
Jack Ellory, flute;
Alex Sutherland, trombone, piano

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The January Man (2.34)
  2. You Like the Sun (3.04)
  3. Morning (2.02)
  4. Tears of Rage (4.16)
  5. Friends and Lovers (2.06)
  6. Somebody Counts on Me (3.26)
  7. The Frolicsome Alcoholic Mermaid (1.40)
  1. If I'd Stayed Around (4.34)
  2. Lullaby for Father (2.37)
  3. I Am the Great Sun (1.56)
  4. First of the Few (3.03)
  5. Fiddler's Green (4.02)
  6. Together Forever (2.34)
  7. Thro' the Recent Years (2.52)

Track 1 Dave Goulder;
Track 2 Andrew Lothian;
Tracks 3, 5, 9, 11, 14 Archie Fisher;
Track 4 Bob Dylan, Richard Manuel;
Tracks 6, 8, 13 Rab Noakes;
Track 10 Charles Causley, Archie Fisher;
Track 12 John Conolly

> Folk Music > Records > Archie Fisher: Orfeo

Archie Fisher: Orfeo

Archie Fisher: Orfeo (Decca SKL 5057)

Orfeo
Archie Fisher

Decca SKL 5057 (LP, UK, 1970)
Celtic Music CM 028 (LP/CD, UK, 1985)
Phonograph Folk PHFCD 1002 (CD, UK, 2002)
Gonzo Multimedia CTVPCD015 (CD, UK, December 16, 2016)

Archie Fisher: Orfeo (Phonograph PHFCD 1002)
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Recorded in Edinburgh on 4 track, engineer Robert Sibbald, and in London on 8 track, engineer David Grinsted;
Produced by Ray Horricks;
Photograph: Ian McCalman

Musicians

Archie Fisher, vocals, lead guitar;
Barbara Dickson, backing vocals;
Daryl Ronswick, bass, bass guitar;
Rab Noakes, backing vocals, rhythm guitar;
Bill Kemp, drums;
Alex Sutherland, piano, attangements, string group conductor;

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Orfeo (Roud 136; Child 19) (8.46)
  2. To Joan Eardley (1.52)
  3. Silver Tassie (2.30)
  4. The Mountain Rain (3.24)
  5. Just in Passing (2.34)
  1. From a City Balcony (3.24)
  2. The Norway Maid (Roud 197; Child 113) (4.36)
  3. Tak' the Road (Roud 4599; G/D 4:875; Henry H18a) (1.46)
  4. Sadness Salesman (2.55)
  5. The Last Time I Saw Esau Shaw (3.16)
  6. Whatever Happened to Me? (2.43)

Tracks 1, 7-8, trad arr. Archie Fisher;
Tracks 2, 6 Archie Fisher, Edward Morgan;
Track 3 words Robert Burns, music Archie Fisher;
Tracks 4-5, 9, 11 Archie Fisher;
Track 10 Archie Fisher, Rab Noakes

> Folk Music > Records > Archie Fisher: The Man With a Rhyme

Archie Fisher: The Man With a Rhyme

Archie Fisher: The Man With a Rhyme (Folk-Legacy FSS-61)

The Man with a Rhyme
Archie Fisher

Folk-Legacy Records FSS-61 (LP, USA, 1976)
Folk-Legacy Records CD-61 (CD, USA, 1997)

Archie Fisher: The Man With a Rhyme (Folk-Legacy CD-61)
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Recorded and edited by Sandy Paton;
Notes by Archie Fisher;
Photograph by David Gahr

Musicians

Archie Fisher, vocals, guitar;
Wendy Grossman, concertina, banjo, dulcimer;
Kathy Westra, cello;
Lani Herrmann, fiddle;
Annie Mayo Muir, flute;
Lorraine Lee, magic dulcimer [6, 15]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Twa Bonnie Maidens (Roud 3772) (3.23)
  2. Welcome Royal Charlie (Roud 5817) (3.03)
  3. Dark Eyed Molly (2.59)
  4. Queen Among the Heather (Roud 375; G/D 5:962; Henry H177) (3.49)
  5. Jock Stewart (Roud 975) (2.57)
  6. The Witch of the West-mer-lands (4.38)
  7. The Echo Mocks the Corncrake (Roud 2736; G/D 5:945; Henry H18b) (2.42)
  1. Western Island (2.01)
  2. Upstairs, Downstairs (Roud 19923) (1.58)
  3. Mount and Go (Roud 3860; G/D 7:1361) (3.13)
  4. The Wounded Whale (Roud 2004) (4.09)
  5. The Cruel Brother (Roud 26; Child 11) (5.45)
  6. Helen of Kirkconnell Lea (Roud 8191) (3.29) [CD only]
  7. Coshieville (3.04)
  8. South Wind (3.19)

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 3, 6, 8 Archie Fisher;
Track 14 Stewart MacGregor;
Track 15 Donal O'Sullivan

> Folk Music > Records > Archie Fisher: Will Ye Gang, Love

Archie Fisher: Will Ye Gang, Love

Archie Fisher: Will Ye Gang, Love (Topic 12TS277)

Will Ye Gang, Love
Archie Fisher

Topic Records 12TS277 (LP, UK, 1976)
Topic Records TSDL277 (digital download, UK, December 2009)

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Recorded by Tony Engle at Riverside Studios, Barnes;
Produced by Tony Engle and Tony Russell;
Notes by Arthur Argo;
Sleeve design by Tony Engle;
Photograph by courtesy of Jill Curnick

Musicians

Archie Fisher, vocals, guitar;
Allan Barty, fiddle [1, 3-4, 10, 12, 14], mandola [5, 7, 9];
John Tams, melodeon [1, 4, 10, 12, 14]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. O Charlie, O Charlie (Roud 2584; G/D 3:401) (2.07)
  2. Lindsay (Roud 94; Child 226; G/D 4:854) (2.32)
  3. The Broom o' the Cowdenknowes (Roud 92; Child 217; G/D 4:838) (3.41)
  4. Mally Lee (Roud 6130) (2.33)
  5. Will Ye Gang, Love (Roud 60; Laws P25; G/D 6:1170; Henry H683) (3.54)
  6. The Flower of France and England, O (Roud 5532) (3.50)
  1. The Laird o' Windy Wa's (Roud 135; G/D 4:778) (2.13)
  2. Men o' Worth (2.51)
  3. Looly, Looly (2.50)
  4. Dreg Song (Roud 8628) (1.38)
  5. Adam Cameron (Roud 5528) (4.19)
  6. Blackbirds and Thrushes (Roud 329) (2.26)
  7. The Gallant Ninety Two (Roud 1877; G/D 1:70) (1.20)
  8. The Rovin' Ploughboy (Roud 2138) (1.53)

All tracks trad. except
Track 8 Archie Fisher

> Folk Music > Records > Archie Fisher and Garnet Rogers: Off the Map

Archie Fisher and Garnet Rogers: Off the Map

Archie Fisher and Garnet Rogers: Off the Map (Snow Goose SGSCD 1112)

Off the Map
Archie Fisher and Garnet Rogers

Snow Goose Songs SGS 1112 (LP, Canada, 1986)
Snow Goose Songs SGSCD 1112 (CD, Canada, 2003)
Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX270 (CD, UK, October 2004)

Archie Fisher and Garnet Rogers: Off the Map (Greentrax CDTRAX 270)
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Recorded during Archie Fisher's summer tour of Canada and the USA in 1985 by Digitracks Mobile Recording, Scarborough, Ontario;
Arranged and produced by Archie Fisher and Garnet Rogers;
Engineered by Greg Roberts;
Mixed by Garnet Rogers and Greg Roberts at George Axon Studios, Toronto;
Front cover photo: Garnet Rogers;
Back cover photos and inside sleeve: Martin Franklin

Musicians

Archie Fisher, vocals, guitar;
Garnet Rogers, fiddle

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Borderland (3.29)
  2. The Mosstrooper's Lament (3.00)
  3. The Long and Lonely Winter (2.28)
  4. The Winter It Is Past (Roud 583; G/D 6:1104) (2.23)
  5. The Laird of Udny (Roud 135; G/D 4:778) (4.24)
  6. Lassie o' the Morning (4.59)
  7. Joy of My Heart (3.10)
  1. Ettrick (2.28)
  2. Mallie Leigh (2.30)
  3. The Final Trawl (3.53)
  4. The Boatie Rows (Roud 3095) (3.00)
  5. The Last Leviathan (5.12)
  6. Rolling Home (Roud 4766) (7.41)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 words Roger Quinn, music Archie Fisher;
Track 3 Dave Goulder;
Track 4 Robert Burns / trad.;
Track 6 Jack Foley;
Track 7 Hugh S. Roberton;
Track 8 words Lady Mary Scott, music Archie Fisher;
Track 10 Archie Fisher;
Track 12 Andy Barnes;

> Folk Music > Records > Archie Fisher: Sunsets I've Galloped Into…

Archie Fisher: Sunsets I've Galloped Into…

Archie Fisher: Sunsets I've Galloped Into… (Snow Goose SGS 1114)

Sunsets I've Galloped Into…
Archie Fisher

Snow Goose Songs SGS 1114 (LP, USA, 1988)
Greentrax Recordings TRAX020 (LP, UK, 1988)
Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX020 (CD, UK, 1992)
Red House Records RHR-DP-82 (CD, USA, February 20, 1996)

Archie Fisher: Sunsets I've Galloped Into… (Greentrax CDTRAX020)
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Recorded by Greg Rogers at Grant Avenue Studio, Hamilton, Ontario in September 1987 and February 1988;
Produced by Garnet Rogers;
Executive producer Valerie Rogers;
Mastered at McClear Place,Toronto, Ontario

Musicians

Archie Fisher, vocals [1-14], acoustic guitar [1-12, 14], guitar synthesiser [2a];
Garnet Rogers, violin [2a, 5, 12], electric guitar [7-8], synthesiser [8], flute [9];
David Woodland, piano [1, 2b], fretless bass [3, 7-8, 10, 14]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Ashfields and Brine (2.40)
  2. Yonder Banks / The Shipyard Apprentice (4.00)
  3. The Cuillins of Home (2.30)
  4. Southside Blues (3.05)
  5. Silver Coin (2.36)
  6. The Presence (2.06)
  7. Gunsmoke and Whisky (3.00)
  1. Bill Hosie (3.30)
  2. I Wandered By a Brookside (3.36)
  3. Merry England (3.00)
  4. The Great North Road (2.10)
  5. Eastfield (3.16)
  6. The Black Horse (1.10)
  7. All That You Ask Me (3.16)

Tracks 1, 7-8, 10-13 Archie Fisher;
Track 2a Graeme Miles;
Track 2b words Archie Fisher, music Bobby Campbell;
Tracks 3, 9 trad. arr. Archie Fisher;
Track 4 Stewart MacGregor;
Track 5 Terry Hiscock;
Track 6 words Stewart MacGregor, music Archie Fisher;
Track 14 Keiran Hoss

> Folk Music > Records > Archie Fisher: Windward Away

Archie Fisher: Windward Away

Archie Fisher: Windward Away (Greentrax CDTRAX329)

Windward Away
Archie Fisher

Red House Records RHR-CD-124 (CD, USA, July 22, 2008)
Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX329 (CD, UK, July 2008)

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Recorded, mixed and pre-mastered in Hart Street Studios, Edinburgh;
Engineered by Roy Ashby;
Mastered by Airshow Mastering, Boudler, Colorado, USA;
Sketch by Robert Bateman;
Photography by Stephanie Tristam;
Layout by John Slavin

Musicians

Archie Fisher, vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin;
David Paton, fretless electric 5 string bass

Archie Fisher, vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin;
Allan Barty, fiddle, mandolin;
Lucy Cowan, fiddle, viola, keyboards;
Francis Cowan, cello, bass;
Christina Cowan, fiddle;
Mike Whelland, percussion

Tracks

Windward AwayThe Missing Master
  1. Borderland (3.10)
  2. Ontario Dust (4.43)
  3. Bonnie Border Lass (3.23)
  4. Windward Away (3.33)
  5. Surge of the Sea (2.36)
  6. River and the Road (3.56)
  7. Shepherd on the Hill (5.12)
  8. Every Man's Heart (3.29)
  9. Ride Through the Rainbow (3.38)
  10. Speak Your Name (4.10)
  11. Before Eternity (4.30)
  1. The Final Trawl (3.29)
  2. The Winter It Is Past (Roud 583; G/D 6:1104) (2.38)
  3. Silver Coin (2.44)
  4. Star of the Belle Isle (3.29)
  5. Ashfields and Brine (2.24)
  6. Eire Lingers (3.16)
  7. Cuillins of Home (2.30)
  8. Joy of My Heart (3.00)

Track 1 poem Roger Quin, music Archie Fisher;
Tracks 2-4, 6-12, 16-17 Archie Fisher;
Track 5 D. MacVicar;
Track 13 Robert Burns;
Track 14 Mike Hipkiss;
Track 18 Gordon Bok;
Track 19 trad. Hugh Robertson

Tracks 12-19 were recorded in the 1970's for an album for Tommy Makem and Liam Clacy's Blackbird label which never saw the light of day. The original tapes were subsequently discovered some 27 years later and so Archie included some of these tracks on this CD.

> Folk Music > Records > Archie Fisher: A Silent Song

Archie Fisher: A Silent Song

Archie Fisher: A Silent Song (Greentrax CDTRAX388)

A Silent Song
Archie Fisher

Red House Records RHR-CD-235 (CD, USA, September 18, 2015)
Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX388 (CD, UK, October 1, 2015)

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Produced by Archie Fisher;
Recorded by Matthew Zimmerman at Wild Sound, Minneapolis, Minnesota,
with additional recording by Sean Boyd at Artfarm, Accord, New York;
Mixed by Chris Frymire, assisted by Steve Kaul, at Wild Sound;
Mastered by Chris Frymire at Modern Minstrel Mixxing, Minneapolis;
Front and back cover photographs by Joy C. Bennett;
Interior photograph by Chris Koldewey;
Layout and design by Eric Peltoniemi

Musicians

Archie Fisher, vocals, guitar;
Luna Skye, cello [2, 4];
Linda Richards, vocals [4, 8];
Phillip Mazure, guitar [9];
Isaac Alderson, flute [12];
Joel Sayles, bass [12]

Tracks

  1. Waltz into Winter (3.29)
  2. Bonnie Annie Laurie (Roud 8179) (3.18)
  3. Half the World Away (3.12)
  4. Lass from the Low Country (3.56)
  5. Lord of the May (2.57)
  6. Mary Ann (Roud 4438) (3.23)
  7. No Way to Treat a Friend (3.28)
  8. A River Like You (3.25)
  9. Song for a Friend (3.36)
  10. The Gifts (3.51)
  11. You Took the Day (3.30)
  12. The Parting Glass (2.48)

Tracks 1, 3, 9, 11 Archie Fisher;
Track 2 poem by William Douglas, music Alicia Scott (1834);
Track 4 words trad. adapted John Jacob Niles, music John Jacob Niles;
Track 5 words trad., music Archie Fisher;
Track 6 trad.;
Track 7 Kirsty McGee;
Track 8 Ian Davison;
Track 10 Richard Berman;
Track 12 Judy B. Goodenough, middle verse by Archie Fisher

> Folk Music > Records > Archie Fisher

Other records with Archie Fisher

Various Artists, Edinburgh Folk Festival Vol. 1, LP, Decca LK 4546, 1963

Various Artists, Edinburgh Folk Festival Vol. 2, LP, Decca LK 4563, 1964

Various Artists, The Hoot'nanny Show Vol. 1, LP, Waverley ZLP 2025, 1964

Various Artists, The Hoot'nanny Show Vol. 2, LP, Waverley ZLP 2032, 1964

Various Artists, Folk Festival, LP, Waverley ZLP 2033, 1964

Ray and Archie Fisher, Dolina MacLennan, Enoch Kent, Robin Gray, Bonny Lass Come O'er the Burn, LP, Topic 12T128, 1965

Various Artists, Folk Songs: An Anthology (Topic Sampler No 2), LP, Topic TPS145, 1966

Various Artists, A Prospect of Scotland (Topic Sampler No 5), LP, Topic TPS169, 1966

Various Artists, The Folk Trailer, LP, Trailer LER 2019, 1970

Barbara Dickson, From the Beggar's Mantle… Fringed With Gold, LP, Decca SKL 5116, 1971

Various Artists, The Electric Muse: The Story of Folk into Rock, 4 LP, Island/Transatlantic Folk 1001, 1975

Various Artists, Folk Festival, 2 LP, Transatlantic TRA(D) 324, 1976

Various Artists, The Second Folk View Record, LP, Folksound FS 107, 1976

Jean Readpath with guests, Ballad Folk, LP, BBC REC 293, 1977

Various Artists, Fylde Acoustic, LP, Trailer LER 2105, 1977

Various Artists, Troubadours of British Folk Vol. 1, CD, Rhino R2 72160, 1995

Various Artists, Scottish Voices, CD, Topic TSCD703, 1996

Various Artists, The Acoustic Folk Box, 4 CD, Topic TSFCD4001, 2002

Various Artists, Transatlantic Folk Box Set, 3 CD, Sanctuary SMEDT137, 2004

Various Artists, Anthems in Eden: An Anthology of British & Irish Folk 1955-1978, 4 CD, Castle Music CMXBX1030, 2006

Various Artists, Three Score and Ten: 70 Years of Topic Records, 7 CD, Topic TOPIC70, 2009