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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;

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Cilla Fisher and Artie Trezise

Cilla Fisher and Artie Trezise (Autogram ALLP-206)

Cilla Fisher and Artie Trezise
Cilla Fisher and Artie Trezise

Autogram ALLP-206 (LP, Germany, 1976)

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Musicians

Cilla Fisher, vocals, guitar;
Artie Trezise, vocals, guitar

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Hieland Whisky (2.04)
  2. When I Wis Noo But Sweet Sixteen (Roud 5138) (2.21)
  3. The Gaugers (Roud 2343; G/D 5:1015) (2.30)
  4. Hirslin' Kate (1.23)
  5. Baron o' Brackley (Roud 4017; Child 203; G/D 2:234) (4.40)
  6. Guise o' Tough (Roud 3800; G/D 3:378) (4.05)
  7. Bunch o' Thyme (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180) (3.55)
  1. The Wark o' the Weavers (Roud 374) (2.55)
  2. Birnie Bouzle (Roud 3343; G/D 4:876) (1.52)
  3. Tae the Beggin' (Roud 286; G/D 3:488) (2.49)
  4. Jamie Raeburn (Roud 600; G/D 8:1535; Henry H151) (4.11)
  5. Maid Gaed tae the Mill (Roud 2575; G/D 7:1436) (2.44)
  6. The Good-Lookin' Widow (2.50)
  7. The Keech in the Creel (Roud 120; Child 281; G/D 2:317; Henry H201) (3.05)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 Willie Scott;
Track 12 L. Cheyne

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Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: Balcanquhal

Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: Balcanquhal (Trailer LER 2100)

Balcanquhal
Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise

Trailer LER 2100 (LP, UK, 1976)

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Recorded by Bill Leader and John Gill at Leader Sound;
Sleeve design by Janet Kerr;
Photography by John Trezise

Musicians

Cilla Fisher, vocals, guitar [7];
Artie Trezise, guitar;
Archie Fisher, guitar [2, 10];
Allan Barty, fiddle, mandola;
Pete Shepheard, melodeon

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Hash o' Benagoak (Roud 1527)
  2. Leaboy's Lassie (Roud 1645; G/D 4:725)
  3. Wheel of Fortune (Roud 1075; G/D 6:1173; Henry H790)
  4. Miller o' Dron (Roud 7155)
  5. Nancy Bell (Roud 5289)
  6. Jock Stewart (Roud 975)
  1. Love and Freedom
  2. Magdalene Green (Roud 2893)
  3. Spinner's Wedding
  4. Rares Hill (Roud 6847; G/D 6:1133)
  5. Aikey Brae (Roud 2500)

Tracks 1-2, 11 trad. arr. Artie Trezise;
Tracks 3-5, 8, 10 trad.;
Track 6 trad. arr. P. Trezise;
Tracks 7, 9 Mary Brooksbank

> Folk Music > Records > Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: For Foul Day and Fair

Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: For Foul Day and Fair

Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: For Foul Day and Fair (Kettle KAC-1)

For Foul Day and Fair
Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise

Kettle Records KAC-1 (LP, UK, 1979)
Folk-Legacy Records FSS-69 (LP, USA, 1979)
Folk-Legacy Records CD-69 (CD, USA, 2003)

Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: For Foul Day and Fair (Folk-Legacy CD-69)
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Recorded by Sandy Paton at Sharon, Connecticut, USA in March 1978;
Photograph by Murray Johnson

Musicians

Cilla Fisher, vocals, guitar;
Artie Trezise, guitar

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Sodger Laddie (Roud 4404) (3.30)
  2. Rhynie (Roud 3090; G/D 3:348) (2.04)
  3. Feein' Time (Roud 2516; G/D 4:883) (4.07)
  4. The Bothy Lads (Roud 5138) (2.12)
  5. The Jolly Beggar (Roud 118; Child 279; G/D 2:274) (3.37)
  6. Billy Taylor (Roud 158; Laws N11; G/D 1:169; Henry H231, H757) (4.16)
  7. Laird o' the Dainty Doonby (Roud 864; G/D 7:1488) (2.54)
  1. The First Time (2.27)
  2. The Shepherd Lad (Roud 11; Child 112; G/D 2:301) (3.04)
  3. Twa Recruitin' Sergeants (Roud 3356; G/D 1:77) (3.28)
  4. False Lover Won Back (Roud 201; Child 218; G/D 5:974) (4.38)
  5. The Miller (Roud 5656) (2.24)
  6. The Maid Gaed tae the Mill (Roud 2575; G/D 7:1436) (2.26)
  7. The Final Trawl (4.13)

All tracks trad. arr. Artie Trezise except
Tracks 8, 14 Archie Fisher;

> Folk Music > Records > Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: Cilla & Artie

Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: Cilla & Artie

Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: Cilla & Artie (Topic 12TS405)

Cilla & Artie
Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise

Topic Records 12TS405 (LP, UK, 1979)
Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 9050 (CD, UK, 1998)
Topic Records TSDL405 (digital download, UK, September 2009)

Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: Cilla & Artie (Greentrax CDTRAX 9050)
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Recorded at Temple Studio, Midlothian, May-July 1979
except [4, 10] recorded at Perfect Crime, Boston, Mass., April 1979,
[7] recorded at Pan Audio, Edinburgh, April 1979;
Produced by Robin Morton;
Sleeve design by Tony Russell;
Photography by Keith Morris

Musicians

Cilla Fisher, vocals, guitar [11];
Artie Trezise, vocals [2, 4-7, 10], guitar [1, 5-6, 8], lap organ [7];
Phil Cunningham, accordion [1, 5, 11], whistle [1], bass synthesiser [5-6, 11];
Johnny Cunningham, fiddle [1, 6];
Brian McNeill, fiddle [3], viola [8];
Rick Lee, piano [4, 10], electric piano [4];
Bob Zentz, autoharp [5];
Jim Houston, mouth organ [6];
Grey Larsen, concertina [7];
Malcolm Douglas, hammered dulcimer [7];
Brian Miller, guitar [8], mandolin [10];
Alistair Anderson, Northumbrian pipes [11]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Norland Wind (3.38)
  2. The Beggar Man (Roud 118; Child 279; G/D 2:274) (3.28)
  3. What Can a Young Lassie? (Roud 1295) (3.33)
  4. Fisher Lassies (Roud 12504) (2.27)
  5. Generations of Change (4.08)
  6. Fair Maid of London Town (Roud 168) (2.20)
  1. The Wicked Wife (Roud 183; Laws Q2; G/D 2:318; Henry H174) (3.05)
  2. The Gypsy Laddies (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278; Henry H124) (6.25)
  3. Blue Bleezin' Blind Drunk (Roud 6333) (3.12)
  4. John Grumlie (Roud 281; Laws Q1; Henry H702) (3.28)
  5. The Jeannie C (5.15)

All tracks trad. arr. Artie Trezise except
Track 1 Violet Jacob, Jim Reid;
Track 4 Ewan MacColl;
Track 5 Matt Armour;
Track 7 Eck Harley;
Track 11 Stan Rogers

> Folk Music > Records > Cilla Fisher: Songs of the Fishing

Cilla Fisher: Songs of the Fishing

Cilla Fisher: Songs of the Fishing (Kettle KOP-11)

Songs of the Fishing
Cilla Fisher

Kettle Records KOP-11 (LP, UK, 1983)

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Recorded by Robin Moron at Temple Studios;
Produced by Artie Trezise;
Photograph copyright Scottish Tourist Board;
Front sleeve by by Two-Up, Edinburgh

Musicians

Cilla Fisher, vocals, guitar;
Rod Paterson, guitar, mandola;
Jack Evans, guitar, mandolin;
Norman Chalmers, concertina, whistle;
Jim Sutherland, cittern;
Carol Jamieson, piano;
Archie Fisher, guitar [6];
Duncan MacGillivray, harmonica;
Alan Reid, synthesiser;
Derek Hoy, fiddle;
Davie Tulloch, Shetland fiddle;
Neil Hay, bass

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Fisherman's Wife / The East Neuk o' Fife
  2. Whaur Will We Gang
  3. Tatties and Herrin' (Roud 16927)
  4. The Eyemouth Disaster
  5. Shetland Tunes: Sail Her Ower Da Raftrees / Square Da Mizzen / New Rigged Ship
  6. Hush-a-ba Ma Bairnie
  7. The Prosperity / The Sailor's Hornpipe
  1. The Boatie Rows (Roud 3095)
  2. The Isle of May
  3. Dreg Song (Roud 17288)
  4. Fisher Row (Roud 8702)
  5. Dance tae Yer Daddie (Roud 2439; G/D 8:1562) / The Fisherman's Wife / Finnan Haddies
  6. Caller Herrin' (Roud 18353)
  7. The Final Trawl

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 2, 7 Andy Mitchell;
Track 4 John Watt;
Track 9 Matt Armour;
Track 12c Carl Volti;
Track 13 words Lady Nairne, tune Niel Gow;
Track 14 Archie Fisher

> Folk Music > Records > Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: Reaching Out

Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: Reaching Out

Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise: Reaching Out (Kettle KOP-17)

Reaching Out
Cilla Fisher & Artie Trezise

Kettle Records KOP-17 (LP, UK, 1986)

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Recorded by Robin Moron at Temple Studios;
Produced by Artie Trezise and Robin Morton;
Sleeve by John Duncan

Musicians

Cilla Fisher, vocals;
Artie Trezise, vocals, guitar;
Gary Coupland, keyboards;
Brian Miller, guitar;
Stuart Anderson, accordion;
Archie Fisher, guitar;
Brian McNeill, concertina, fiddle, viola;
Cathal MacConnell, whistle;
Hamish Moore, Scottish small pipes;
Ron Shaw, cello

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Tinkerman's Daughter
  2. The Old Simplicity
  3. Yellow on the Broom (Music of the Spey)
  4. A Miner's Lullaby (Coorie Doon)
  5. Some Hae Meat
  1. John Anderson My Jo (Roud 16967)
  2. The Fisher Lass
  3. Tale of '81 (Land of Hope and Glory)
  4. Hunted on the Hillside
  5. Logie o' Buchan (Roud 1994)

Track 1 Michael MacConnell;
Track 2 Kieran Halpin;
Track 3 Adam McNaughtan;
Track 4 Matt McGinn;
Track 5 Ian Walker;
Track 6 Robert Burns;
Track 7 Matt Armour;
Track 8 Andy Victor;
Track 9 Brian Tulloch;
Track 10 trad.

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Other records with Cilla Fisher

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

Various Artists, The Derby Tup Presents: A Feast of Local and National Folk Music, cass., BBC Radio Derby DTP-01, 1988

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

Various Artists, A Woman's Voice, CD, Topic TSCD521, 2001

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

Various Artists, Scots Women: Live from Celtic Connections 2001, 2 CD, Greentrax CDTRAX 213D, 2002

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

Various Artists, Topic Records: The Real Sound of Folk Music, 2 CD, Topic TICD001, 2017