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Crucible: Changeling

Crucible: Changeling (WildGoose WGS315CD)

Changeling
Crucible

WildGoose Studios WGS315CD (CD, UK, 2003)

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Recorded and produced by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios in May 2003;
Cover image by Stephen Carley from “The Long Hot Summer of '76”;
Photography by Bryan Ledgard

Musicians

Jess Arrowsmith, vocals [1, 3-4, 7-8, 13], fiddle [1-2, 4-6, 8-10, 12];
Richard Arrowsmith, vocals [3, 8, 10, 13], melodeon [1-2, 5-6, 9, 11-12], Anglo concertina [10];
Gavin Davenport, vocals [1, 3, 6, 8, 11, 13], guitar [2, 5-6, 9-10, 12];
Helena Reynolds, vocals [3-4, 8, 13], 5-string fiddle [1, 4, 6, 8-10], octave fiddle [5, 12], border pipes [2, 5, 9]

with
Paul Sartin, oboe [8]

Tracks

  1. The Bold Poachers (Roud 1686) (3.46)
  2. From Night 'til Morn (3.45)
  3. Harvest Song (Roud 2471) (1.36)
  4. The Devil and the Farmer's Wife (Roud 160; Child 278; G/D 2:320) (4.32)
  5. The Engagement Set: First Thing in the Morning / Richard's / Jess's (5.17)
  6. Blackbird (Roud 387; Henry H79) / Black Nag (5.23)
  7. Changeling's Lullaby (3.22)
  8. Yield, Yield Ye Mighty to the Lord (Psalm 29) (2.45)
  9. Sherborne Jig / Queen's Delight (4.49)
  10. The Second of August (The Battle of Boulogne) (Roud 3175) (3.19)
  11. Poor Man's Labours (Roud 1572; G/D 7:1291) (3.03)
  12. Thermidor (4.14)
  13. Evening Hymn (3.04)

All tracks trad. arr. Crucible except
Track 4 trad. arr. Helena Reynolds, Jess Arrowsmith;
Tracks 5, 8 Simon Heywood;
Track 7 words Gavin Davenport, music Jess Arrowsmith;
Track 10 words 18th century broadside ballad, music Richard Arrowsmith;
Track 11 trad. arr. Richard Arrowsmith, Jess Arrowsmith;
Track 12 Sue Thomason;
Track 13 words John Leland, music Elisha West

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Hekety: Furze Cat

Hekety: Furze Cat (WildGoose WGS319CD)

Furze Cat
Hekety

WildGoose Studios WGS319CD (CD, UK, 2004)

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Recorded and produced by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, April 2004;
Mixed by Doug Bailey, Gavin Davenport and Richard Arrowsmith;
Photos by Vicky Baker and Jo Veal;
Cover art by Gavin Davenport;
Design by Richard Arrowsmith and Gavin Davenport

Musicians

Jess Arrowsmith, fiddle, viola;
Richard Arrowsmith, melodeons;
Gavin Davenport, cittern, guitar;
Jo Veal, clarinet;
Nigel Holmes, bass guitar;

Tracks

  1. Downhill Dream (6.05)
  2. Rice / The Man Tiger (4.44)
  3. Rambling Sailor (4.41)
  4. Thankyou Letter (3.55)
  5. Elvaston Castle (3.49)
  6. Jake's Jig / Battle Swing (4.04)
  7. The Water Goat March / Scampering Nell (4.39)
  8. Holtwood Reel (3.24)
  9. Panaché de Main / Mûre Sauvage (5.34)
  10. Isabelle / Trip to the Observatory (3.58)
  11. Furze Cat (3.58)
  12. Young Collins / Jamaica (4.47)

Tracks 1, 7, 9 Richard Arrowsmith;
Track 2a Ceri Ashton;
Track 2b, 12b anon. arr. Hekety;
Tracks 3, 10a, 12a trad. arr. Hekety;
Tracks 4, 11 Gavin Davenport;
Tracks 5, 8 Jess Arrowsmith;
Track 6a Gareth Turner;
Track 6b Frederic & Jean-Charles Guichen;
Track 10b Richard Arrowsmith, Gavin Davenport

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Crucible: Crux

Crucible: Crux (WildGoose WGS327CD)

Crux
Crucible

WildGoose Studios WGS327CD (CD, UK, 2005)

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Recorded and produced by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios in February 2005;
Mixed by Doug Bailey, Gavin Davenport and Richard Arrowsmith;
Design and illustration by Gavin Davenport;
Band photography by Gavin Davenport

Musicians

Jess Arrowsmith, vocals, fiddle, viola;
Richard Arrowsmith, vocals, melodeons;
Gavin Davenport, vocals, guitar, cittern;
Helena Reynolds, vocals, 5-string and octave fiddles, border pipes

Tracks

  1. George's Son / Jake's Progress (5.35)
  2. Chemical Worker's Song (2.43)
  3. Bobbing Around / Banks of the Dee / Swaggering Boney (4.51)
  4. Sorry the Day I Was Married (Roud 1561) (5.50)
  5. Within the Shadowed Secrecy (Psalm 91) (2.50)
  6. Fair Maid Walking (No Sir No) (Roud 146) (3.58)
  7. Thieves' Song (3.01)
  8. Pink Gin / Mopping Nelly (4.33)
  9. The 14th of November (Roud 2434) (4.49)
  10. The Hunt / Mrs. Casey / Jack Come Sell Your Fiddle (6.42)
  11. Whipping Cheer (6.08)
  12. Old Horse (Roud 513) (3.55)
  13. The Playford Set: The Red House / Dragoon's March / Nonesuch (6.34)

All tracks trad. arr. Crucible except
Track 1a John Kirkpatrick;
Track 2 Ron Angel;
Track 5 Simon Heywood;
Track 8a Gavin Davenport, Jess Arrowsmith

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Crucible: Love & Money

Crucible: Love & Money (Fellside FECD212)

Love & Money
Crucible

Fellside Recordings FECD212 (CD, UK, 2008)

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Recorded by Robert Hallard, Paul Adams and Richard Adams;
Artwork by Richard Arrowsmith and Gavin Davenport;
Photography by Andy Green and Gavin Davenport

Musicians

Jess Arrowsmith, vocals, fiddle, viola;
Richard Arrowsmith, vocals, melodeons;
Gavin Davenport, vocals, guitar, cittern;
Helena Reynolds, vocals, fiddle, 5-string viola, octave fiddles, English border bagpipes

Tracks

  1. The Captain's Song (1.42)
  2. Roxburgh Castle / Up the Walls of the World (4.30)
  3. Under the Leaves (4.06)
  4. Three Maidens (Roud 26; Child 11) (5.37)
  5. Old Mrs Wilson / Dorsetshire Hornpipe (3.47)
  6. All in French Garlands (Roud 8251) (2.38)
  7. Dancing at Whitsun / The Valentine (6.48)
  8. True Love (2.40)
  9. Collier Lad / Highland Mary (3.53)
  10. Signposts / Trunkles (3.56)
  11. Pilgrimage (3.53)
  12. Walkley Anthem (3.58)

All tracks trad. arr. Crucible except
Track 2b Martin Reese, Paul Thompson;
Track 3 words Gavin Davenport, music Paul Davenport arr. Helena Reynolds;
Track 6 words trad., music Gavin Davenport;
Track 7a words Austin John Marshall, music trad.;
Track 9 words trad., music Jess Arrowsmith;
Track 11 words Jess Arrowsmith, music De Pegrimstuckt, trad. Flemish;
Track 3 words Gavin Davenport, music Helena Reynolds, brass arrangement Jim Moray