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Bedlam: Four Play

Bedlam: Four Play (Selwyn SYNMCD0003)

Four Play
Bedlam

Selwyn Music SYNMCD0003 (CD, UK, 1997)

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Recorded at Tube Studios, Leeds;
Engineered by Jon Strong;
Produced by Bedlam and Jon Strong;
Cover design and illustrations by Bryan Brown

Musicians

Bryony Griffith: fiddle, recorder, crumhorn;
Will Hampson: melodeon, mandolin, bones;
Drew McKinlay: guitar, didgeridoo, spoons;
Ross McKinlay: percussion

with
Jon Strong: dulcimer, keyboards;
Duncan Waller: bass guitar

Tracks

  1. Villapourçon (4.30)
  2. Silver Spire (3.19)
  3. Les Mains de Bananas (3.40)
  4. Doctor Foster's Tumblers / Morning Star (4.33)
  5. MacPherson's Lament (4.11)
  6. Cowboy's Dream (1.08)
  7. Michael's Eye (4.42)
  8. Gyln Owen / Planxty Burke (4.17)
  9. Cuatro Tocan (2.55)
  10. The Mooncoin Jig / The Goose's Sporan (4.24)
  11. Contortionist (3.25)
  12. Joanne Schofield (2.15)

Tracks 1-2, 4, 6, 9a trad.;
Tracks 3, 7, 8a, 10-11 Will Hampson;
Track 5 James MacPherson;
Track 8b O'Carolan ;
Tracks 9b Will Hampson, Bryony Griffith;
Track 12 Adrian Schofield;
All tracks arranged by Bedlam

> Folk Music > Records > Bedlam: Evolution of the Lazy Tongue

Bedlam: Evolution of the Lazy Tongue

Bedlam: Evolution of the Lazy Tongue (Selwyn SYNMCD0004)

Evolution of the Lazy Tongue
Bedlam

Selwyn Music SYNMCD0004 (CD, UK, 2000)

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Recorded at High Melton for Badge Productions;
Engineered by Keith Angel;
Assistant engineer Dylan Davies;
Produced by Simon Care and Bedlam;
Mastered and compiled by Andy Seward;
Design and layout by Emily Smith

Musicians

Bryony Griffith: fiddle, recorder, vocals;
Ross McKinlay: drum kit, djembe;
Drew McKinlay: guitar, vocals;
Will Hampson: melodeon, bass guitar

with
Chris Dalrymple: bodhrán;
Simon Care: cabasa

Tracks

  1. Whirly Pit / She's Potty (3.39)
  2. Kendal Ghyll / Spotted Borders (4.56)
  3. Sunday Success / Cheviot Blast (3.17)
  4. Adrian's Tune / The Stream at the Bottom of the Garden (5.21)
  5. Dtune (4.32)
  6. Godesses / Nonesuch / Trip to Hull (3.32)
  7. Bonjour, Petit Bonhomme (4.08)
  8. Romanian Tune / Breton Tunes (3.43)
  9. The Dogrose Processional / Whelan's Jig (3.57)
  10. Breeches Full of Stitches / Mairi's Wedding (4.40)
  11. Black Dick's Jig / The Cruise Missile (4.03)
  12. The Iron Man / Gallaton (4.28)

Track 1a Will Hampson;
Track 1b Jonty Davies;
Tracks 2, 6ab, 7-8, 9b, 10 trad.;
Tracks 3a, 5 Bryony Griffith, Drew McKinlay;
Track 3b Ian Hardie;
Track 4 Nick Barber;
Tracks 6c Bryony Griffith, Kate Watson;
Track 9a Bryony Griffith;
Track 11 Will Hampson, Bryony Griffith;
Track 12 James Scott Skinner;
All tracks arranged by Bedlam

> Folk Music > Records > Bryony Griffith and Will Hampson: Lady Diamond

Bryony Griffith and Will Hampson: Lady Diamond

Bryony Griffith and Will Hampson: Lady Diamond (Selwyn SYNMCD0007)

Lady Diamond
Bryony Griffith and Will Hampson

Selwyn Music SYNMCD0007 (CD, UK, 24 July 2011)

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Recorded at Quayside Studios, Newcastle upon Tyne in February 2011;
Recorded and mixed by Andy Stephenson;
Produced by Bryony Griffith and Will Hampson;
Assistant producer Andy Stephenson;
Cover illustration by Natalie Reid;
Photography by Nikki Hampson;
Artwork by Will Hampson

Musicians

Bryony Griffith: vocals, fiddle, viola, piano;
Will Hampson: D/G, B/C and C/F melodeons

Tracks

  1. Martinmas Time (Roud 2173; G/D 1:161) (5.18)
  2. Arise, Arise (The Drowsy Sleeper) (Roud 22620; Laws M4) / The Rowling Hornpipe (5.54)
  3. Lady Diamond (Roud 112; Child 269; G/D 6:1224) / Iron Legs (6.20)
  4. Laudnum Bunches / The Miller of Mansfield (4.00)
  5. The Lady of York (Roud 9; Child 20; G/D 2:193; TYG 73) / (4.18)
  6. The Murdered Servantman (Roud 18; Laws M32) (4.51)
  7. The Heysham Peace-Egging Song (Roud 614; TYG 53) (3.12)
  8. William Gower (Roud 478; Laws K22; G/D 2:191) / The Tankard of Ale (6.08)
  9. The Constant Lovers (Roud 466; Laws K17; G/D 6:1244) (5.36)
  10. Come Up the Stairs With Me / Miss Lambert's Delight / Untitled Air (4.15)
  11. The Ringers of Egloshayle (Roud 1163) / The Rose Hill (5.03)
  12. Faithful Johnny (RoudBS B97438) (3.54)

All tracks trad. arr. Bryony Griffith and Will Hampson

> Folk Music > Records > Bryony Griffith: Nightshade

Bryony Griffith: Nightshade

Bryony Griffith: Nightshade (Selwyn SYNMCD0008)

Nightshade
Bryony Griffith

Selwyn Music SYNMCD0008 (CD, UK, 20 July 2014)

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Recorded by Ben Griffith at Botany Lane, Lepton, Easter 2014;
Mixed and mastered by Ian Stephenson;
Photograph by Will Hampson;
Artwork by Natalie Reid;
Graphic design by Design by If

Musicians

Bryony Griffith: fiddle, vocals, viola, piano, cello;
Jack Rutter: guitar

Tracks

  1. Stybarrow Crag / The Sheffield Hornpipe / Miss Nicholson’s Favourite (5.22)
  2. Old Molly Oxford / Sherborne Jig (5.27)
  3. The Wild, Wild Berry (Roud 24845) (3.38)
  4. St John's Day, or Parson Darral's Fancy / Paganini's 2nd (3.39)
  5. Flame / Edinburgh Zoo / Lawrenson’s Spurtle (4.26)
  6. The Cropper Lads (TYG 62) (3.13)
  7. Taboo for Two / The Whitby Waltz / Stilli's Waltz (4.46)
  8. The Sham Doctor / Carey's Maggot (3.46)
  9. Kemp Owen (Roud 3912; Child 34) (8.12)
  10. Ponker Lane (3.45)
  11. The Queen of the May (Roud 594) (5.03)

Tracks 1, 8-9, 11 trad. arr. Bryony Griffith, Jack Rutter;
Tracks 2-4, 6 trad. arr. Bryony Griffith;
Tracks 5, 7, 10 Bryony Griffith

> Folk Music > Records > Bryony Griffith: Hover

Bryony Griffith: Hover

Bryony Griffith: Hover (Selwyn SYNMCD0009)

Hover
Bryony Griffith

Selwyn Music SYNMCD0009 (CD, UK, 11 May 2018)

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Recorded by Ben Griffith at Botany Lane, Lepton, Easter 2014;
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Ian Stephenson at Simpson Street Studios, Northumberland, September 2017 and Mach 2018;
Cover photo by Kristen Goodall;
Inside photo by Ian Stephenson;
Layout and design by Will Hampson

Musicians

Bryony Griffith: fiddle;
Ian Stephenson: guitar, double bass

Tracks

  1. Ladies' Pleasure / Constant Billy (3.24)
  2. The Recovery / The Red House (5.06)
  3. Oranges in Bloom / The Castle Minuet (4.15)
  4. The Gaubeo / The Ladds of Dance / Oaks Assembly (4.25)
  5. Slingby’s Allemand / The Spanish Spy (3.30)
  6. Radstock / Wednesday Night (3.16)
  7. Sadler’s Wells Hornpipe / The Cook Hornpipe (3.54)
  8. Queen’s Delight / Bonnets So Blue (4.47)
  9. New Hornpipe / Hodgson Square (4.51)
  10. The Butcher’s Hornpipes (3.53)
  11. Staines Morris / Lancers No. 2 (3.25)
  12. Burnett’s Jig (2.54)

All tracks trad. arr. Bryony Griffith

> Folk Music > Records > Bryony Griffith & Alice Jones: A Year Too Late and a Month Too Soon

Bryony Griffith & Alice Jones: A Year Too Late and a Month Too Soon

Bryony Griffith & Alice Jones: A Year Too Late and a Month Too Soon (Splid SPLIDCD29)

A Year Too Late and a Month Too Soon
Songs from Yorkshire
Bryony Griffith & Alice Jones

Splid Records SPLIDCD29 (CD, UK, 6 May 2022)

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Produced by Joe Rusby;
Recorded by Joe Rusby at Vibrations Studios, Lockwood, Huddersfield, in June 2021;
Mixed by Joe Rusby at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool;
Mastered by Nick Cooke at Nick Cooke Mastering;
Photography by Joanne Crawford, taken on Norland Moor, West Yorkshire;
Design by Tom Pitts at Hand Drawn Pixels

Folk Radio UK review by Dave McNally

Musicians

Bryony Griffith: lead vocals [3, 6, 8, 10-11], vocals, fiddle;
Alice Jones: lead vocals [2, 4-5, 7, 9], vocals, harmonium, tenor guitar, body percussion

Tracks

  1. Wanton Lasses Pity Her (Roud 37666) (2.45)
  2. The Grey Mare (Roud 680; Laws P8; G/D 4:761; Henry H90) (3.45)
  3. What Is That Blood on Thy Shirt Sleeve? (Roud 200; Child 13; TYG 35) (3.39)
  4. The Girl Who Was Poorly Clad (Roud 2; Laws Q26) (3.57)
  5. Nellie o' Bob's o' t' Crowtrees (5.46)
  6. The Grey Goose and Gander (Roud 1094) (3.19)
  7. The Hunslet and Holbeck Moor Cockfight (Roud 211; TYG 81) (2.42)
  8. Strawberry Tower (Roud 185; Laws K18; G/D 1:20; TYG 7) (4.21)
  9. My Johnny Was a Shoemaker (Roud 1388; G/D 8:1848) (2.51)
  10. Willy Went to Westerdale (Roud 2792; TYG 1) (3.19)
  11. A Collier Lad (Roud 16148) (0.47)

All tracks trad. arr. Bryony Griffith and Alice Jones except
Track 5 words John Hartley, tune Dave Hillery

Video

Bryony Griffith and Alice Jones sing Wanton Lasses Pity Her:

> Folk Music > Records > Bryony Griffith and Will Hampson

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The Witches of Elswick: Out of Bed (Fellside FECD180) The Witches of Elswick, Out of Bed, CD, Fellside FECD180, 2003

Roots & Wings (Holmfirth Festival HFRCD25) Various Artists, Roots & Wings: Holmfirth Festival 25 Years Anniversary, CD, Holmfirth Festival HFRCD25, 2 CD, 2003

Ashley Hutchings et al: Great Grandson of Morris On (Talking Elephant TECD062) Ashley Hutchings et al, Great Grandson of Morris On, CD, Talking Elephant TECD062, 2004

The Demon Barbers: Waxed (DJC Records DJC026) The Demon Barbers, Uncut, CD, DJC DJC026, 2005

Cruel Sister (RabbleRouser RR005) Rachel Unthank & The Winterset, Cruel Sister, CD, RabbleRouser RR005, 2005

The Witches of Elswick: Hell's Belles (Selwyn SYNMCD0006) The Witches of Elswick, Hell's Belles, CD, Selwyn SYNMCD0006, 2005

The Demon Barbers: +24db (Demon Barber Sound DBS001) The Demon Barbers, +24db, CD, Demon Barber Sound DBS001, 2008

The Demon Barbers: The Adventures of Captain Ward (Demon Barber Sound DBS003) The Demon Barbers, The Adventures of Captain Ward, CD, Demon Barber Sound DBS003, 2010

The Demon Barbers: Disco at the Tavern (Demon Barber Sound DBS006) The Demon Barbers,Disco at the Tavern, CD, Demon Barber Sound DBS005, 2015

From Here: English Folk Field Recordings Volume 2 (From Here SITW011CD) Stick in the Wheel present: From Here: English Folk Field Recordings Volume 2, CD/LP, From Here SITW011CD/SITW011LP, 2019