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Sinsheen: Lift

Sinsheen: Lift (Liftfire SCG495)

Lift
Sinsheen

Liftfire Recordings SCG495 (CD, UK, 2009)

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Produced by Michael Marra;
Recorded by Bill Hastie at Hastie Retreat Recording Studio, Dundee:
Mixed by Michael Marra and Bill Hastie at Hastie Retreat Recording Studio:
Mastered by Denis Blackham at Skye Mastering, Edinbane, Isle of Skye;
Front cover photo by Andy Hall;
Sinsheen photos by John Sikorski;
Design and artwork by Sinsheen and Mike Garden at Birnam CD

Musicians

Barbara Dymock, vocals, bodhrán [6, 10], bongos [8];
Christine Kydd, vocals, guitar [1, 3, 6, 8, 10];
Michael Marra, piano [1, 10], guitar [5];

Tracks

  1. As I Was A-Wand'ring (Roud B119291) (3.45)
  2. Weary Waiting (Roud 5555; G/D 7:1332) (2.53)
  3. Loch Lomond (Roud 25028) (4.17)
  4. Harriet Tubman (3.35)
  5. Mother Glasgow (2.26)
  6. Dusty Miller Set: The Dusty Miller (Roud 5959) / The Weary Pund o' Tow (Roud 435; G/D 8:1867) / The Tailor Fell Through the Bed (Roud 13597; G/D 8:1843) (4.26)
  7. Canaan’s Land (Roud 16309) / Why Walk When You Can Fly (4.02)
  8. Tibbie Fowler o' the Glen (Roud 5504; G/D 8:1691) (2.49)
  9. Martinmas Time (Roud 2173; G/D 1:161) (3.02)
  10. The Slave's Lament (Roud V29702) (3.37)
  11. The Cooper o’ Cuddy Set: The Cooper o' Cuddy (Roud 8755) / Jumpin' John (Roud 29129) / Torn a' Ma Goon (3.09)
  12. Farewell to Tarwathie (Roud 2562; G/D 1:15) (3.37)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 words Robert Burns, music Barbara Dymock;
Track 4 Walter Robinson;
Track 5 Michael Marra;
Tracks 6ab Robert Burns;
Track 7a William M. Golden (1878-1934);
Track 7b Mary Chapin Carpenter;
Track 12 George Scroggie (1826-1907)

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Barbara Dymock: Hilbert's Hotel

Barbara Dymock: Hilbert's Hotel (Liftfire SCG570)

Hilbert's Hotel
Barbara Dymock

Liftfire Recordings SCG570 (CD, UK, 2011)

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Produced by Michael Marra;
Recorded by Robin Sutherland:
Mixed by Michael Marra and Robin Sutherland:
Mastered by Denis Blackham at Skye Mastering, Edinbane, Isle of Skye;
Artwork, photography and design by Gordon Low

Musicians

Barbara Dymock, vocals, cajon [2];
Martin MacDonald, guitars [1, 3-4, 6-9, 12], 5-string banjo [2], mandolin [2, 7];
Carol Anderson, fiddle [1-4, 6-9];
Kenny Hadden, flute [1, 4, 6, 8-9], whistle [3, 8];
Michael Marra, moothie [2, 11], guitar [11];
Christopher Marra, guitar [11, 15];
Paul Campbell, guitar [12]

Tracks

  1. Bonnie Hieland Laddie (Roud V22384) (2.33)
  2. Edward (Roud 200; Child 13; TYG 35) (3.43)
  3. The Cauld, Cauld Winter’s Gane, Luve (Roud 5587; G/D 3:421) (2.35)
  4. Let Me In This Ae Nicht (Roud 135; G/D 4:778) (4.01)
  5. Billy Taylor (Roud 158; Laws N11; G/D 1:169; Henry H231, H757) (2.52)
  6. Geordie Downie (Roud 3930; G/D 7:1349) (2.40)
  7. When Fortune Turns the Wheel (3.51)
  8. Och Hey Johnny Lad (Roud 7148; G/D 7:1351) / I'm O'er Young to Marry Yet (Roud 6142) / Naebody Comin’ to Marry Me (Roud 846; G/D 7:1385) (2.44)
  9. The Unquiet Grave (Roud 51; Child 78) (2.49)
  10. Muggie Sha’ (2.33)
  11. Farewell Angelina (4.18)
  12. The Beefcan Close (Roud 866) (3.10)
  13. The Gallant Weaver (Roud V7499) / Blythe Was She (Roud 6123) (2.29)
  14. Sto Me e Milo (1.44)
  15. A Place Called Home (3.46)

All tracks trad. except
Track 3 William Train, c. 1840;
Track 7 Mary Brooksbank, from Sidlaw Breezes (1966);
Track 10 Michael Marra;
Track 8a Robert Tannahill;
Tracks 8b, 13ab Robert Burns;
Track 11 Bob Dylan;
Track 14 trad. Macedonian / Bulgarian;
Track 15 Kim Richey

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Barbara Dymock: Leaf an' Thorn

Barbara Dymock: Leaf an' Thorn (Liftfire SCG571)

Leaf an' Thorn
Barbara Dymock

Liftfire Recordings SCG571 (CD, UK, 2016)

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Produced by Christopher Marra;
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Allan McGlone at Inner City Sound:
Photography by Dylan Drummond;
Artwork by Gordon Low

Musicians

Barbara Dymock, vocals, bodhrán;
Christopher Marra, vocals, guitars, mandolin, dobro, melodica, percussion;
Jenny Hanson, fiddle;
Rosie Lindsay, recorders;
Luke Brady, accordion;
Donald Smart, percussion;
Donny Coutts, drums;
Calum McKenzie, bass

Tracks

  1. The Gauger (Roud 2343; G/D 5:1015) (2.12)
  2. Auld Man (Roud 1295) (3.03)
  3. Brockie Lads (3.00)
  4. The Heid Horseman (4.21)
  5. Katy Cruel (Roud 1645; G/D 4:725) (2.55)
  6. The Earl of Errol (Roud 96; Child 231; G/D 7:1366) (3.27)
  7. The Brig (4.14)
  8. Tibbie Fowler (Roud 5504; G/D 8:1691) (3.10)
  9. Lord Yester (3.58)
  10. Dainty Doonby (Roud 864; G/D 7:1488) (2.41)
  11. The Banks of Inverurie (Roud 1415; G/D 6:1263) (4.11)
  12. Usher's Well (Roud 196; Child 79) (6.01)
  13. Helen of Kirkconnel (Roud 8191) (4.44)

Track 1 trad. / Tuny Cuffe;
Tracks 2, 5-6, 8, 10, 13 trad. arr. Barbara Dymock, Christopher Marra;
Track 3 Jez lowe;
Tracks 4, 7 lyrics Violet Javob, music Christopher Marra;
Track 9 words George Weir, music Roy Williamson;
Track 11 trad. arr. Barbara Dymock, Christopher Marra, Egglestone;
Track 12 wirds trad., music Fatoumata Diawara

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