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Cut and Dry Dolly

Cut and Dry Dolly (Topic 12T278)

Cut and Dry Dolly
Northumberland Small Pipes
Alistair Anderson, Anthony and Carole Robb, Colin Ross, Jim Hall

Topic Records 12T278 (LP, UK, 1976)

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Recorded by Tony Engle in Newcastle in October/November 1975;
Produced by Colin Ross, Alistair Anderson and Tony Engle;
Sleeve design and photograph by Tony Engle

Musicians

Alistair Anderson, English concertina [2, 4-5, 7, 9-11], small pipes [1];
Anthony Robb, small pipes [1-2, 4-5, 7-9, 11-14];
Carole Robb, small pipes [1-7, 10, 12, 14], flute [9, 11];
Colin Ross, small pipes [1, 9, 14], fiddle [2, 4-5, 7-9, 11];
Jim Hall, small pipes [1]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Sunderland Lasses / The Lads of Alnwick (2.42)
  2. All the Night I Lay With Jockey / The Peacock Followed the Hen (2.46)
  3. Jack Layton (3.00)
  4. Green Breckons / Bob and Jone / Kiss Her Under the Coverlet (2.10)
  5. Cuckold Came Out of the Amrey (2.25)
  6. Cuddly Claw'd Her (3.00)
  7. Holme's Fancy / Stagshaw Bank Fair / Lasses Pass the Brandy (3.15)
  1. Cut and Dry Dolly (2.48)
  2. John Fenwick's a Flower Among Them All (5.10)
  3. Over the Border (2.07)
  4. Pheasant's Dance / Rusty Gully (3.17)
  5. Keelman Over the Land (2.22)
  6. I Saw My Love Come Passing By Me (2.55)
  7. My Laddie Sits O'er Late Up / Shew's the Way to Wallington / Drops of Brandy (3.15)

All tracks trad.

Tracks 1, 9, 14 were reissued on The Northumberland Small Pipes (TSCD487, 1996);
All other racks were reissued on The Wind in the Reeds (TSCD529, 2001)

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Cut and Dry #2

Cut and Dry #2 (Topic 12T413)

Cut and Dry #2
Northumberland Small Pipes
Alistair Anderson, Anthony and Carole Robb, Colin Ross, Jim Hall

Topic Records 12T413 (LP, UK, 1980)

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Recorded by Alistair Anderson;
Produced by Colin Ross;
Remastered by Tony Engle at Ideal Sound Studio;
Notes by Colin Ross;
Sleeve design by Tony Engle

Musicians

Alistair Anderson, English concertina [1-2, 7, 9, 13-14], small pipes [10];
Anthony Robb, small pipes [1, 4, 7, 9, 11-14];
Carole Robb, small pipes [6-7, 11, 13], flute [1, 4, 9, 14];
Colin Ross, small pipes [8], fiddle [1, 5, 7, 9, 13-14], viola [2];
Jim Hall, small pipes [2-3, 5, 7, 9, 13-14], piano [1]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Barrington Hornpipe / The Glen Aln (3.40)
  2. The Wild Hills o' Wannie / The Swallow's Tail (2.48)
  3. Jim Hall's Fancy (2.49)
  4. Breamish / Random Jig (2.24)
  5. Archie's Fancy / Little Hennie (2.57)
  6. The Lea Rigges (4.35)
  7. Sir Sidney Smith's March (3.02)
  1. Mrs Elder (2.12)
  2. Dr Whittaker's Hornpipe / Nancy (4.17)
  3. Nae Gud Luck Aboot the Hoose (4.11)
  4. Oh Dear What Can the Matter Be? (3.36)
  5. The East Neuk of Fife (2.40)
  6. The Locomotive / The South Shore (3.04)
  7. Bonny Woodside / Coffee Bridge (4.20)

All tracks trad.

Tracks 9, 14 were reissued on The Northumberland Small Pipes (TSCD487, 1996);
All other racks were reissued on The Wind in the Reeds (TSCD529, 2001)

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The Wind in the Reeds

The Wind in the Reeds (Topic TSCD529)

The Wind in the Reeds
The Northumbrian Small Pipes
Alistair Anderson, Anthony and Carole Robb, Colin Ross, Jim Hall

Topic Records TSCD529 (CD, UK, 2001)

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Musicians

Alistair Anderson, English concertina, small pipes;
Anthony Robb, small pipes;
Carole Robb, small pipes, flute;
Colin Ross, small pipes, fiddle, viola;
Jim Hall, small pipes, piano

Tracks

  1. All the Night I Lay With Jockey / The Peacock Followed the Hen (2.46)
  2. Jack Layton (3.00)
  3. Green Breckons / Bob and Jone / Kiss Her Under the Coverlet (2.10)
  4. Cuckold Came Out of the Amrey (2.25)
  5. Cuddly Claw'd Her (3.00)
  6. Holme's Fancy / Stagshaw Bank Fair / Lasses Pass the Brandy (3.15)
  7. Cut and Dry Dolly (2.48)
  8. Over the Border (2.07)
  9. Pheasant's Dance / Rusty Gully (3.17)
  10. Keelman Over the Land (2.22)
  11. I Saw My Love Come Passing By Me (2.55)
  12. The Barrington Hornpipe / The Glen Aln (3.40)
  13. The Wild Hills o' Wannie / The Swallow's Tail (2.48)
  14. Jim Hall's Fancy (2.49)
  15. Breamish / Random Jig (2.24)
  16. Archie's Fancy / Little Hennie (2.57)
  17. The Lea Rigges (4.35)
  18. Sir Sidney Smith's March (3.02)
  19. Mrs Elder (2.12)
  20. Nae Gud Luck Aboot the Hoose (4.11)
  21. Oh Dear What Can the Matter Be? (3.36)
  22. The East Neuk of Fife (2.40)
  23. The Locomotive / The South Shore (3.04)

Tracks 1-11 are from Cut and Dry Dolly (12TS278, 1976);
Tracks 12-23 are from Cut and Dry #2 (12TS413, 1980)