> Folk Music > Records > Bob Davenport: Geordie Songs

Bob Davenport: Geordie Songs

Bob Davenport: Geordie Songs (Collector JEB4)

Geordie Songs
Bob Davenport

Collector Records JEB4 (EP, UK, 1959)

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Recorded in London in August 1959;
Engineered by Bernard Mattimore;
Supervised by Paul Carter;
Notes by Reg Hall

Musicians

Bob Davenport, vocals;
accompanied by The Rakes:
  Michael Plunkett, fiddle;
  Reg Hall, melodeon

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Cushie Butterfields (Roud 3504)
  2. The Harrin's Heed (Roud 128)
  1. My Love Has 'Listed (Roud 191)
  2. Blow the Winds Southernly
  3. Hey You, Hinny Burd (Roud 235)

All tracks trad. except;
Track 1 George Ridley

Review

This review by Charles Fox is from Gramophone, June 1960:

On Collector JEB4, Bob Davenport sings five Geordie Songs to the accompaniment of a fiddle and melodeon. Two of the songs— My Love Has 'Listed and Blow the Winds Southerly—are really intended for performance by women, but the high quality of the latter, sung here unaccompanied, always makes it worth hearing. Cushie Butterfield, a gloriously anti-romantic love-song, is well-treated by Mr. Davenport, a singer whose voice is often harsh, whose phrasing is sometimes clumsy, but who communicates plenty of atmosphere.

> Folk Music > Records > Bob Davenport: Wor Geordie

Bob Davenport: Wor Geordie

Bob Davenport: Wor Geordie (Topic TOP83)

Wor Geordie
Bob Davenport

Topic Records TOP83 (EP, UK, 1962)

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Recorded by Bill Leader;
Notes by Reg Hall

Musicians

Bob Davenport, vocals;
accompanied by The Rakes:
  Michael Plunkett, fiddle, whistle;
  Paul Gross, fiddle;
  Reg Hall, melodeon

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Hot Asphalt (Roud 2134) (2.01)
  2. The Bog Down in the Valley (Roud 129; G/D 8:1668)
  1. Tramps and Hawkers (Roud 1874; G/D 3:487) (2.57)
  2. Wor Geordie's Wife

All tracks trad.

> Folk Music > Records > Northumbrian Minstrelsy

Northumbrian Minstrelsy

Isla Cameron, Bob Davenport, Jack Armstrong, The Rakes: Northumbrian Minstrelsy (Concert Hall AM 2339)

Northumbrian Minstrelsy
Isla Cameron, Bob Davenport, Jack Armstrong, The Rakes

Concert Hall AM 2339 (LP, UK, 1964)

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Recorded by Peter Kennedy;
Notes by Reg Hall

Musicians

Isla Cameron, vocals [1, 4, 6, 9, 12, 17];
Bob Davenport, vocals [1-2, 5-6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 19];
Jack Armstrong, Northumbrian small pipes [1, 3, 5, 9, 11, 13-14, 16, 18-19], fiddle [2, 15];
The Rakes [2, 6, 8, 10, 15]:
  Michael Plunkett, fiddle, whistle;
  Paul Gross, fiddle;
  Reg Hall, button key accordion

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. [IC, BD] My Bonny Lad (Roud 204)
  2. [BD] Cushie Butterfield (Roud 3504)
  3. Bonny at Morn (Roud 3064)
  4. [IC] Three Ravens (Roud 5; Child 26)
  5. [BD] Buy Broom Besoms (Roud 1623; G/D 3:489)
  6. [IC, BD] The Harrin's Heids (Roud 128)
  7. Salmon Tails
  8. [BD] Keep Your Feet Still, Geordie, Hinny (Roud 6862)
  9. [IC] Dame Get Up and Bake Your Pies (Roud 497) / Lavender's Blue (Roud 3483) / Bonny Shaftoe (Roud 1359)
  1. [BD] The Bonnie Lass of Benwell
  2. Redesdale Hornpipe
  3. [IC] Willie's Rare (Roud 206; Child 215; G/D 6:1227)
  4. [BD] Chevy Chase (Roud 223; Child 162)
  5. The Wild Hills o' Wannies
  6. [BD] Durham Gaol (Roud 822)
  7. Whittingham Green Lane / Ward's Brae
  8. [IC] O Can Ye Sew Cushions (Roud 5527)
  9. Lads of Alnwick / Johnnie Armstrong (Roud 76; Child 169)
  10. [BD] The Border Widow's Lament (Roud 199; Child 106; G/D 1:163)

All tracks trad.

> Folk Music > Records > Bob Davenport and the Rakes

Bob Davenport and the Rakes

Bob Davenport and the Rakes (Columbia 33SX 1786)

Bob Davenport and the Rakes
Bob Davenport and the Rakes

Columbia Records 33SX 1786 (LP, UK, 1965)

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Produced by Eden-Stephens for Eve Folk Recordings;
Sleeve photographs by Brian Shuel and Richard Watson;
Sleeve design by Michael Plunkett

Musicians

Bob Davenport, vocals;
The Rakes:
    Michael Plunkett, fiddle, tin whistle;
    Paul Gross, fiddle, piano;
    Reg Hall, melodeon, spoons;
    Soo Patterson, spoons [14];
Chorus sung by friends from The Fox, Islington

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. William Brown
  2. The Foggy Dew (Roud 558 ; Laws O3 ; G/D 7:1496)
  3. Reel
  4. My Bonny Lad (Roud 204)
  5. Wake Up, My Love
  6. New York Gals (Roud 486)
  7. The Soldier and His True Love (Roud 660; Laws O30)
  1. Rap Her to Bank (Roud 1786)
  2. Sandgate Girl's Lament (Roud 3170)
  3. The Hexhamshire Lass
  4. Jig
  5. Old Johnny Booker (Roud 19111)
  6. Gateshead Town
  7. Down the Glen

All tracks trad. arr. Bob Davenport except
Track 2 trad. arr. Harry Cox;
Tracks 3, 11, 14 trad. arr. The Rakes;
Track 5 Ned Booth;
Tracks 7, 12 trad. arr. Jack Elliott

> Folk Music > Records > Bob Davenport and the Marsden Rattlers

Bob Davenport and the Marsden Rattlers

Bob Davenport and the Marsden Rattlers (Trailer LER 3008)

Bob Davenport and the Marsden Rattlers
Bob Davenport and the Marsden Rattlers

Trailer Records LER 3008 (LP, UK, 1971)

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Recorded in Newcastle, South Shields and London by Bill Leader;
Production master by Seumas Ewens;
Sleeve photographs by Bob Davenport;
Sleeve design by Janet Kerr

Musicians

Bob Davenport, vocals;
The Marsden Rattlers:
    Susan Bainbridge, piano;
    Jim Bainbridge, melodeon;
    Jim Boyles, accordion;
    Jim Irvine, John Lincoln, Tom Montgomery, fiddles;
    Derek Proctor, piano, accordion;
    Trevor Sheridan, banjo

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Granny's Old Armchair (Roud 1195)
  2. Gipsy Girl (Roud 229; Laws O4)
  3. Early, Early in the Spring (Roud 152; Laws M1; G/D 1:51)
  4. The Old Miner (Roud 1136)
  5. I Wish I Was Single Again (Roud 437)
  6. Nell
  7. The Mucking of Geordie's Byre (Roud 2137; G/D 7:1303) / Cock of the North (Roud 3554)
  1. Hey! Canny Man (Roud 8274)
  2. I Wish They'd Do It Now (Roud 1401)
  3. The Bonny Bunch of Roses (Roud 664; Laws J5; G/D 1:155)
  4. The 1930s
  5. The Jarrow Shipbuilder / The Trimdon Grange Disaster (Roud 3189)
  6. Champion He Was a Dandy (Roud 12934)
  7. Geordieland '68

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 John Reid;
Track 4 Jim Ellwood;
Track 5 Batchelor;
Track 6 Billy Bennett;
Tracks 11, 14 Bob Davenport;
Track 12b Tommy Armstrong

> Folk Music > Records > The Rakes

The Rakes

Bob Davenport: The Rakes (Leader LED 2071)

The Rakes
The Rakes

Leader Records LED 2071 (LP, UK, 1975)

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[1-2] recorded by Seumas Ewens at a public dance in Wimbledon Town Hall, London on December 19, 1970;
[3] recorded by Reg Hall and Steve Pennells at Bob and Daisy Knightley's house, Croydon, London on March 14, 1964;
[4-6] recorded by Bill Leader at The Albany, Deptford, London on December 11, 1969;
[7-11] recorded by Bill Leader at The Swan and Sugar Loaf, Croydon, London on August 5, 1971;
[12] recorded by Bill Leader at a public dance in the Parish Hsll, Lydiard Millicent, Wiltshire on September 20, 1969;
Produced by Bill Leader;
Front cover picture of The Rakes by John Harrison, 1974;
Back cover picture of The Rakes of Gravesend, 1964;
Sleeve design by Janet Kerr

Musicians

Lucy Farr, fiddle [1-2, 4, 6-8];
Michael Plunkett, concert flute [1, 7], fiddle [2-6, 8-12];
Reg Hall, melodeon [1-5, 7-10, 12], piano [6, 11];
Paul Gross, piano [1, 4-5, 8], fiddle [2-3, 6-7, 9-12];
Ron Somers, drums [1-2, 7-11]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Babes in the Wood / All the Way to Galway polkas
  2. The Dashing White Sergeant / The Bottom of the Punch Bowl Scottish reels
  3. Greensleeves / Harry Cox's / Carry Me down to Carlow schottische
  4. The Geese in the Bog / The Butcher's March jigs
  5. Jimmy Garson's march
  6. Lucy Farr's No 1 / Lucy Farr's No 2 single jigs
  1. The Carraroe / The Mug of Brown Ale jigs
  2. The Honeysuckle / Pound Hill hornpipes
  3. Bold Reynolds / Gaelic Waltz waltzes
  4. Maggie Pickens / Ma McNulty's schottisches
  5. Lucy Farr's No 1 / Lucy Farr's No 2 polkas
  6. Molly in the Wood / Tralee Gaol / Maggie in the Wood polkas

> Folk Music > Records > Bob Davenport: Pal of My Cradle Days

Bob Davenport: Pal of My Cradle Days

Bob Davenport: Pal of My Cradle Days (Trailer LER 2088)

Pal of My Cradle Days
Bob Davenport, The Rakes, The Boldon Banjoes

Trailer Records LER 2088 (LP, UK, 1973)

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The Boldon Banjoes recorded at Leader Sound Studios, Cecil Sharp House, London, March 31 and April 1, 1973;
Bob Davenport and The Rakes recorded at the Swan and Sugar Loaf, Croydon, June 12, 1973;
Bob Davenport solo recorded at Bob and Daisy Keightley's house, Croydon, July 26, 1973;
Recorded and produced by Bill Leader;
Photograph on the front: Bob's great aunt, Mrs Eliza Irving of Gatedhead, Co Durham;
Sleeve design by Janet Kerr

Musicians

Bob Davenport, vocals, [1-2, 5, 7, 9-10, 12-13, 15];
The Rakes: Michael Plunkett, Paul Gross, Reg Hall [1-2, 4, 9-10, 12, 15];
Reg Hall, piano [13];
The Boldon Banjoes: Tom Ford, Norman Reid, Albert Glenwright, Bob Kane [1, 3-4, 6, 8, 11-12, 14-15];

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Moving Day (2.18)
  2. Twelve Stone Two (1.48)
  3. Around the World (1.47)
  4. Alexander's Ragtime Band (1.26)
  5. The Durham Clockmaker (3.05)
  6. Delilah (2.09)
  7. The Road and the Miles to Dundee (2.53)
  8. Robert E Lee / California Here I Come (1.59)
  9. Wheel the Perambulator (Roud 1496) (1.54)
  1. Do You Want Your Old Lobby Washed Down? (2.32)
  2. If You Knew Susie / Yes Sir, That's My Baby / How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm (3.42)
  3. William Brown (2.27)
  4. He's Only an Old Village Postman / I Don't Work For a Living (2.14)
  5. Dream (1.58)
  6. The Kentucky Waltz / Pal of My Cradle Days (3.27)

All tracks trad. except
Track 3 Young;
Track 6 Reed, Mason;
Track 8a Muir;
Track 8b Jolson, De Sylva, Meyer;
Track 11a De Sylva;
Track 11b Donaldson, Kahn;
Track 11c Donaldson;
Track 13b Lee, Mullan;
Track 14 Mercer;
Track 15a Munroe;
Track 15b Montgomery, Piantodosi

> Folk Music > Records > Bob Davenport: Down the Long Road

Bob Davenport: Down the Long Road

Bob Davenport: Down the Long Road (Topic 12TS274)

Down the Long Road
Bob Davenport

Topic Records 12TS274 (LP, UK, 1975)
Topic Records TSDL274 (digital download, UK, February 2010)

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Recorded and produced by Tony Engle in London in April and May 1975;
Sleeve design by Tony Engle

Musicians

Bob Davenport, vocals;
The Leeds Band [7, 17]: Martin Clarke, Don Mackay, melodeons; Jackie Wright, mandolin-banjo; Jim Wright, banjo;
The Rakes [14]: Reg Hall, melodeon; Michael Plunkett, Paul Gross, fiddles;
Webb's Wonders [4, 11]: Tony Engle, Anglo concertina; Peta Webb, fiddle; Alan Ward, cello; Ken Lees, banjo;
Lucy Farr, Paul Gross, Jimmy Power, fiddles;
Frances Geraghty, Johnny Gorman, flutes;
Tommy Sheridan, uilleann pipes;
Reg Hall, piano;
Jim Bainbridge, melodeon

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Navvy Boots (Roud 516; G/D 4:787) (1.52)
  2. Down the Long Road (2.36)
  3. The Rambling Man (1.34)
  4. Louis James' Quadrile / The Dancing Dustman barn dances (2.40)
  5. When I Was Single (Roud 436/7) (2.08)
  6. I'm a Poor Unhappy Married Man (2.07)
  7. When There Isn't a Girl About / Peggy Wood / Looking for a Partner jigs (2.10)
  8. Wild Wild Whiskey (3.32)
  9. Whiskey in the Jar (Roud 533; Laws L13A; Henry H792) (2.26)
  10. The Steam Packet / The Sligo Maid reels (2.01)
  1. Herbert Smith's Polka (1.55)
  2. One Day While in the North Country (1.30)
  3. A-Begging I Will Go (Roud 286; G/D 3:488) (1.42)
  4. The Wealthy Squire (Roud 262; Laws P1; G/D 5:1059; Henry H188) (2.43)
  5. By Tyne's Bonny Banks (1.58)
  6. Once I Had an Old Hen (2.12)
  7. Jenny Lind / J B Milne / The Girl with the Blue Dress On polkas (3.55)
  8. Bogie's Bonnie Belle (Roud 2155; G/D 7:1396) (2.36)
  9. Irish Molly (Roud 2168) barn dance (2.02)
  10. Toast (0.26)
    The Blarney Stone (Roud 4800) (2.08)

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 2, 8, 12 Bob Davenport;
Track 4 Felix Burns;
Track 7 Wilson, Braidwood;
Track 17b Fitchett

> Folk Music > Records > Bob Davenport: Postcards Home

Bob Davenport: Postcards Home

Bob Davenport: Postcards Home (Topic 12TS318)

Postcards Home
Bob Davenport

Topic Records 12TS318 (LP, UK, 1977)
Topic Records TSDL318 (digital download, UK, January 2010)

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Recorded and produced by Tony Engle in London in 1976;
Track 8 recorded in The Bozzadrome Picture Hall, Widnes, Lancashire, spring 1932,
Sleeve design by Tony Engle

Musicians

Bob Davenport, vocals, Anglo concertina;
Widnes Star Novelty Band, about 40 mouth-organs, banjo, several side drums, bass drum, 12 sets of clappers [8]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Byker Hill (Roud 3488) / Blackleg Miners (Roud 3193) (2.33)
  2. Durham Gaol Selection: The Gypsy Poacher / Durham Gaol (Roud 822) / The First Time I Saw Durham City / Ball of Yarn (Roud 1404) / Breaking Sticks (8.03)
  3. Wait Till the Work Comes Round (2.24)
  4. The Winter Time is Coming In / The Old Changing Ways (4.03)
  5. When a Man Looks Pale / There’s Nae Much Luck About the House (0.36)
  6. We Plough and Sow / Get Up, Stand Up (3.38)
  1. Once I Had a True Love (Roud 170) / Lowlands (Roud 681; Henry H469) / My Bonnie Lad (Roud 204) (5.24)
  2. Great Little Army March (2.52)
  3. Unemployed Men Stand on the Corner / McCafferty / I Don’t Want to Join the Army (4.30)
  4. War Poem Medley: The House is Crammed / Good Morning, Good Morning / Our Soldiers Went to War / If I Was Fierce / If You Want to Find the Colonel / They Didn’t Believe Me (6.11)
  5. Have You Forgotten Yet / When This Bloody War is Over (2.02)

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 2a, 4a, 6a, 9a Bob Davenport;
Track 3 Gus Ellen;
Track 4b Richard Thompson;
Track 5a William Blake;
Track 6b Bob Marley;
Track 8 Kenneth J. Alford;
Track 10 Siegfried Sassoon

> Folk Music > Records > Bob Davenport and The Rakes: 1977

Bob Davenport and The Rakes: 1977

Bob Davenport: 1977 (Topic 12TS350)

1977
Bob Davenport and The Rakes

Topic Records 12TS350 (LP, UK, 1977)
Topic Records TSDL350 (digital download, UK, November 2009)

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Recorded and produced by Tony Engle;
Photographs by John Harrison and Tony Engle;
Sleeve design by Tony Engle

Musicians

Bob Davenport, vocals;
The Rakes [1, 3-4, 6, 10, 12, 14]:
    Michael Plunkett, fiddle,
    Paul Gross, fiddle,
    Reg Hall, melodeon;
Kid Sheik Jazz Band [8]:
    Kid Sheik, trumpet,
    Eric Webster, banjo,
    Alan Mears, bass,
    Norman Emberson, drums

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. With My Love on the Road / Wild Colonial Boy waltzes (4.24)
  2. The Ploughboy Lad (Roud 3448) (2.54)
  3. Patsy Geary's / The Peeler and the Goat single jigs (2.07)
  4. Princess Royal set dance (fiddle duet) (2.16)
  5. The Lakes of Coolfin (Roud 189; Laws Q33; G/D 2:228; Henry H176) (3.26)
  6. The Man in the Moon waltz (7.13)
  7. The Jealous Sailor / Jealous Heart (5.15)
  1. Keep Your Feet Still Geordie Hinnie (Roud 6862) (5.04)
  2. Three Men Went A-Hunting (Roud 283; G/D 2:283) (2.12)
  3. Three Around Three country dance (2.18)
  4. The Dowie Dens of Yarrow (Roud 13; Child 214; G/D 2:215) (3.20)
  5. McCusker’s No. 1 / McCusker’s No. 2 / Jenny Lind polkas (3.22)
  6. Slieve Gallon Braes (Roud 1420) (2.00)
  7. The Star of the County Down (Roud 4801) (1.58)
  8. Old Green River (0.41)

All tracks trad. except
Track 7a Bob Davenport;
Track 7b Jenny Lou Carson, Fred Rose;
Track 15 Edwards, Bratten

> Folk Music > Records > Bob Davenport and The Rakes: The Red Haired Lad

Bob Davenport and The Rakes: The Red Haired Lad

Bob Davenport: The Red Haired Lad (Fellside FECD122)

The Red Haired Lad
Bob Davenport and The Rakes

Fellside Records FECD122 (CD, UK, 1997)

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Recorded at The Barn, Dent, Cumbria, Easter 1997;
Produced by Mike Harding;
Cover photo and design by Mike Harding;
Production master by Paul Adams

Musicians

Bob Davenport, vocals, Anglo concertina;
The Rakes:
    Michael Plunkett, fiddle,
    Paul Gross, fiddle,
    Reg Hall, melodeon

Tracks

  1. The Blarney Stone (Roud 4800) (2.51)
  2. I Am a Rambling Man (1.41)
  3. Durham City (1.49)
  4. Greenwick Park / The Red Haired Lad (3.12)
  5. Come All Ye Tramps and Hawkers (Roud 1874; G/D 3:487) (2.32)
  6. A-Begging I Will Go (Roud 286; G/D 3:488) (1.26)
  7. Hallelujah I’m a Bum (1.46)
  8. The Star of the County Down (Roud 4801) (2.17)
  9. Bonny at Morn (Roud 3064) / My Bonny Lad (Roud 204) (1.31)
  10. The Close of an Irish Day / Wild Hills of Wannies (2.26)
  11. The Bells of Rhymney / Johnny Miner (2.37)
  12. Moving Day (2.15)
  13. Kerry Polka / I Have a Bonnet Trimmed With Blue (2.11)
  14. I’ll Make My Way to Liverpool (3.45)
  15. Gan Nae Mair A-Roving (1.35)
  16. Doran’s Ass / The Glenside No. 2 (2.14)
  17. Wild Wild Whiskey (2.59)
  18. The Wealthy Squire (Roud 262; Laws P1; G/D 5:1059; Henry H188) (3.15)
  19. An Coleen Deas / Down the Glen (2.14)
  20. The Green Banks of Yarrow (Roud 172; Child 24; G/D 6:1225) (2.27)
  21. Three Around Three / Flowers of Edinburgh (3.03)
  22. A Young Man Came to My Daddy’s Door (1.40)
  23. The Stone Outside Dan Murphy’s Door (2.58)
  24. Goodbye Mick (3.33)
  25. I Wish They’d Do It Now (0.21)

All tunes trad. arr. The Rakes, all songs trad. arr. Bob Davenport except
Track 11a Idris Davies / trad.;
Track 11b Ed Pickford;
Track 12 Harry von Tilzer;
Track 17 Bob Davenport;
Track 23 Dane

> Folk Music > Records > Bob Davenport: The Common Stone

Bob Davenport: The Common Stone

Bob Davenport: The Common Stone (Topic TSCD552)

The Common Stone
Bob Davenport

Topic Records TSCD552 (CD, UK, October 2004)

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Recorded at Panda Sound, Robin Hood's Bay and Woodman Recording Studio, Halifax - engineered by Oliver Knight;
and at The Bench, Derbyshire - engineered by John Tams;
Produced by Jim Boyes;
Executive producer Tony Engle;
Photography and design by John Haxby, Art Surgery.

Musicians

Bob Davenport with
Chumbawamba Acoustic [2, 4, 13, 21];
Martin Carthy, guitar [5, 15, 24];
Mike Waterson [2, 4, 18-19, 21, 25];
Norma Waterson [6, 24];
Barry Coope [9, 22];
Jim Boyes [2, 4, 9, 18-19, 21-22, 25], uke banjo (after John Tams) [9];
Lester Simpson [9, 18-19, 22, 25];
Richard Thompson guitar [1, 26];
Linda Thompson [7, 19], lead vocal [11];
John Tams [9, 22];
Fi Fraser [22]

Tracks

  1. Davenport's Cakewalk (1.32)
  2. Song of the Other Ranks (1.58)
  3. Those Men We See (1.53)
  4. Jerusalem (1.16)
  5. Jockey to the Fair (Roud 3344) (3.29)
  6. The Wealthy Squire (Roud 262; Laws P1; G/D 5:1059; Henry H188) (2.09)
  7. Bottle Bank (0.28)
  8. She Moved Through the Fair (Roud 861; Henry H141) (1.57)
  9. You Are My Sunshine (2.48)
  10. The Cuckoo (Roud 413; G/D 6:1157; Henry H479) (1.34)
  11. Trust No Man (0.54)
  12. Heart Like a Wheel (1.58)
  13. Song of a German Mother (1.51)
  14. The Drum (0.50)
  15. The Dawning of the Day (Roud 370; Laws P16; G/D 7:1312) (1.17)
  16. Down by the Glenside (Roud 9266) (2.06)
  17. Police Patrol (1.45)
  18. The Sergeant's Returned / Kiss Me Goodnight Sergeant Major (1.40)
  19. You Came Back Down That Long Road (1.54)
  20. The Colour (1.27)
  21. Wild, Wild Whiskey (3.02)
  22. Alabama Song (4.05)
  23. Wild Rover (Roud 1173; G/D 7:1480) (1.54)
  24. I Am a Rover (Roud 1112) (4.25)
  25. I Wish You Were Here Again (1.47)
  26. Davenport's Retreat (1.32)

Tracks 1, 26 Richard Thompson
Track 2 Ernest Jones, Bob Davenport
Tracks 3, 17, 18a, 19, 21 Bob Davenport
Track 4 William Blake arr. Bob Davenport
Tracks 5, 15 trad. arr. Martin Carthy
Track 6 trad. arr. Bob Davenport, Norma Waterson
Track 7 Bob Davenport; trad. arr. Bob Davenport
Track 8 trad. arr. Padraic Colum
Track 9 Jimmie Davis
Tracks 10, 16, 23 trad. arr. Bob Davenport
Track 11 anonymous
Track 12 Anna McGarrigle
Track 13 Bertolt Brecht
Track 14 arr. Bob Davenport
Track 18b Art Noel, Don Polesi
Track 20 Thomas Hardy arr. Bob Davenport
Track 22 Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill
Track 24 trad. arr. Martin Carthy, Bob Davenport, Norma Waterson
Track 25 Harry Lauder

> Folk Music > Records > Bob Davenport

Other records with Bob Davenport

Various Artists, Hootenanny in London, LP, Decca LK 4545, 1963

Louis Killen, Bob Davenport, Redd Sullivan, Sea Shanties: From a London Hootenanny, EP, Decca DFE 8541, 1963

Various Artists, The Iron Muse: A Panorama of Industrial Folk Music, CD, Topic 12t86, 1963

Various Artists, Farewell Nancy: Sea Songs and Shanties, LP, Topic 12T110, 1964

Various Artists, Newport Broadside: Topical Songs at the Newport Folk Festival 1963, LP, Vanguard VSD 79144, 1964

Various Artists, Folksound of Britain, LP, HMV CLP 1910, 1965

Various Artists, The Folksound of Britain: Northumbria / West Country, EP, HMV 7EG 8911, 1965

Various Artists, Men at Work (Topic Sampler No. 3), LP, Topic TPS166, 1966

Various Artists, BBC's Folk on 2 presents Northumbrian Folk LP, BBC REC 118S, 1971

Mike and Lal Waterson, Bright Phoebus, LP, Trailer LES 2076, 1972

Flowers & Frolics, Bees on Horseback, LP, Free Reed FRR 016, 1977

Various Artists, The Good Old Way, LP, Topic TPSS412, 1980

Various Artists, Chants de Marins IV: Ballads, Complaintes et Shanties des Matelots Anglais, 2 LP, Le Chasse-Marée SCM 005, 1984

The Holme Valley Tradition, Will's Barn: An Evening Out With the Holme Valley Tradition and Their Guests, cass., EFDSS VWML 002, 1987

Various Artists, Blow the Man Down: A Collection of Sea Songs and Shanties, CD, Topic TSCD464, 1993

Various Artists, The Iron Muse, CD, Topic TSCD465, 1993

Flowers and Frolics, Reformed Characters, CD, Hebe HEBECD002, 2000

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

Various Artists, This Label is Not Removable, 3 CD, Free Reed FRTCD 25, 2002

Various Artists, The English Collection, CD, Highpoint HPO6010, 2004

Various Artists, Anglo International! Anglo Concertina Playing from Around the World, 3 CD, Folksound FSCD70, 2005

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

Various Artists, The Passing Moment, CD, Hoppits HOP009CD, 2014

Various Artists, Destination: The End of an Era for a Leading Folk Music Label, 3 CD, Fellside FECD282, June 29, 2018