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He Came from the Mountains

Bob and Carole Pegg: He Came from the Mountains (Trailer LER 3016)

He Came from the Mountains
Bob and Carole Pegg

Trailer Records LER 3016 (LP, UK, 1971)

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Produced by Bill Leader;
Recorded by Nic Kinsey at Livingston Studios;
Cover painting by Jonn Hodkinson;
Back of sleeve by Clancy Pegg

Musicians

Bob Pegg, vocals, melodeon, whistle, guitar;
Carole Pegg, vocals, fiddle;
Mike Lavelle, cello, flute;
Nick Strutt, guitar, mandolin;
Barry Lyons, bass guitar;
Pete Wagstaff, drums;
John Myarr, flute [1];
Andrew Massey, cello [1];
Alan Eden, drums [1];
Roger Knowles, guitar [7]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Rise Up Jock (4.05)
  2. The Scorpion Departs But Never Returns
  3. Lord of the Dance
  4. He Came from the Mountains
  1. Love Song Number 2
  2. Jimmy's Letters
  3. Angeline
  4. Susan's Song

All tracks written by Pegg except
Track 2 Ochs;
Track 3 Sydney Carter

> Folk Music > Records > Bob and Carole Pegg with Sydney Carter: And Now It Is So Early

And Now It Is So Early

Bob and Carole Pegg with Sydney Carter: And Now It Is So Early (Galliard GAL 4017)

And Now It Is So Early
Songs of Sydney Carter
Bob and Carole Pegg with Sydney Carter

Galliard GAL 4017 (LP, UK, 1972)
JASKCD 177 (CD, UK, 20xx)

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Recorded by Nic Kinsey at Livingston Studios

The white horse on the album cover is from Uffington in Berkshire. Dug into the turf and chalk, and almost certainly pre-English and pre-Christian.

Musicians

Bob Pegg, vocals, guitars, recorders, whistles, melodeon, percussion;
Carole Pegg, vocals, fiddle, percussion;
Sydney Carter, vocals

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Come, Love, Carolling (2.17)
  2. Run the Film Backwards (2.12)
  3. Glass of Water (2.09)
  4. Last Exit to Brooklyn (0.39)
  5. Up at the House of Cecil Sharp (3.59)
  6. Port Mahon (3.06)
  1. Shake and Shiver (1.40)
  2. The Holy Horses (2.37)
  3. Judas and Mary (2.26)
  4. Friday Morning (3.26)
  5. Doctor Spock (1.51)
  6. The Candlelight (1.02)
  7. George Fox (2.37)

All tracks written by Sydney Carter

> Folk Music > Records > Bob Pegg: The Last Wolf

Bob Pegg: The Last Wolf

Bob Pegg: The Last Wolf (Rhiannon RHYD5009)

The Last Wolf
Bob Pegg

Rhiannon Records RHYD5009 (CD, UK, 1996)
Talking Elephant TECD401 (CD, UK, June 29, 2018)

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Produced and recorded by Bob Pegg except
Track 1 recorded by John Adams;
Cover illustration and graphics by John Hodkinson;
Layout and design by Helios Graphics

Musicians

Bob Pegg, vocals, guitar, recorders, whistles, oboe, melodeon, MIDI wind controller, percussion, mouthie, trump, string drum;
Chris Coe, vocals [2];
Angus Cullen, percussion [5, 11];
Jim Gaitens, guitar [1, 5];
Graham Lynch, piano, arrangement [7];
Mairi MacArthur, vocals, translation into Gaelic [9];
Christine McLenaghan, vocals [10], accompanying vocals [1, 8];
Olivia Ross, vocals [1], accompanying vocals [7];
Eddie Ross, spoons, bodhrán [6];
Debbie Swanson, fiddle [1, 12];
Bill Taylor, wire-strung clarsach [1, 6], bray harp [6], clarsach solo [9];
Abigail Walker, Hannah Clifford, accompanying vocals [11]

Tracks

Rhiannon CDTalking Elephant bonus tracks: Live in Dingwall
  1. A Dram for the Singer (4.30)

The Calderdale Cycle

  1. Lament of the Farmer's Young Wife (2.52)
  2. The Man from Luddenden (2.27)
  3. Instructions to a Young Lark Man (3.57)
  4. The Stone Head (3.52)
  5. The Last Dance (5.48)
  1. The Priest, the Dancer and the Drummer (5.39)
  2. Adam and Evie (6.11)
  3. The Wildwood Song (5.57)
  4. The Mermaid (3.53)
  5. The Last Wolf (3.27)
  6. Fiddler's Cross (7.44)
  1. A Dram for the Singer
  2. The Last Wolf
  3. The Wildwood
  4. The Priest, the Dancer and the Drummer

All tracks written by Bob Pegg except
Track 9 words Bob Pegg, tune trad. arr. Bob Pegg;