> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: No More Forever

No More Forever

Dick Gaughan: No More Forever (Trailer LER CD 2072)

No More Forever
Dick Gaughan

Trailer Records LER 2072 (LP, UK, 1972)
Trailer Records LER CD 2072 (CD-R, UK, 200x)

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Recorded and produced by Bill Leader;
Production master by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios;
Sleeve by Janet Kerr

Musicians

Dick Gaughan, vocals, guitar, mandolin;
Aly Bain, fiddle

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Rattlin' Roarin' Willie (Roud 6192; G/D 4:776) / The Friar's Britches (2.17)
  2. MacCrimmon’s Lament (Roud 5134) / Mistress Jamieson's Favourite (5.27)
  3. Jock o' Hazeldean (Roud 250; Child 293; G/D 5:1029) (4.13)
  4. Cam' Ye Ower Frae France (Roud 5814; G/D 1:120) (1.59)
  5. The Bonnie Banks of Fordie (Roud 27; Child 14; G/D 2:199) (7.17)
  1. The Thatchers o' Glenrae (Roud 13358; Henry H186) (1.59)
  2. The Fair Flower of Northumberland (Roud 25; Child 9; G/D 6:1149) (5.26)
  3. The Teetotaller / Da Tushker (2.24)
  4. The Three Healths (2.30)
  5. The John MacLean March (2.33)
  6. The Green Linnet (Roud 1619) (7.40)

All tracks trad. arr. Dick Gaughan except
Track 8b Ronnie Cooper;
Track 10 Hamish Henderson

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: Kist o' Gold

Kist o' Gold

Dick Gaughan: Kist o' Gold (Trailer LER 2103)

Kist o' Gold
Dick Gaughan

Highway/Trailer Records LER 2103 (LP, UK, 1977)

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Recorded and produced at Leader Sound by Bill Leader;
Sleeve by Janet Kerr

Musicians

Dick Gaughan, vocals, guitar, mandolin

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Earl of Errol (Roud 96; Child 231; G/D 7:1366)
  2. The Granemore Hare (Roud 2883)
  3. Rigs o' Rye (Roud 985; Laws O11; G/D 5:1054)
  4. The Gipsy Laddies (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278; Henry H124)
  5. Lord Randal (Roud 10; Child 12; G/D 2:209; Henry H814)
  6. Maggie Lauder (Roud 5625) /
    Cathaoir an Iarla (The Earl's Chair)
  1. Banks of Green Willow (Roud 172; Child 24; G/D 6:1225)
  2. 51st (Highland) Division's Farewell to Sicily (Roud 10501)
  3. The City of Savannah hornpipe /
    Ril Gan Ainm reel
  4. Raglan Road
  5. Johnny Miner
  6. The Ballad of Accounting

All tracks trad. arr. Dick Gaughan except
Track 8 words Hamish Henderson, music Farewell to the Creeks, Pipe Major James Robertson, Gordon Highlanders;
Track 10 Patrick Kavanagh;
Track 11 Ed Pickford;
Track 12 Ewan MacColl

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: Coppers and Brass

Coppers and Brass

Dick Gaughan: Coppers and Brass (Topic TSDL315)

Coppers and Brass
Scots and Irish Dance Music on Guitar
Dick Gaughan

Topic Records 12TS315 (LP, UK, 1977)
Topic Records TSDL315 (digital download, UK, August 2009)

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Recorded and produced by Tony Engle in London 1976;
Notes by Dick Gaughan;
Photographs and sleeve design by Tony Engle

Musicians

Dick Gaughan, guitar;
Tom Hickland, piano [all tracks except 3a, 5, 9ac]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Coppers and Brass / The Gander in the Pratie Hole jigs (2.45)
  2. O'Keefe's / The Foxhunter's reels (2.49)
  3. The Flowing Tide / The Fairies' Hornpipe hornpipes (3.54)
  4. The Oak Tree / The Music in the Glen reels (3.05)
  5. Planxty Johnson planxty (2.39)
  6. Gurty's Frolics slip jig (3.15)
  7. The Spey in Spate / The Hurricane reels (2.23)
  1. Alan MacPherson of Mosspark / The Jig of Slurs 6/8 marches (3.52)
  2. The Thrush in the Storm / The Flogging Reel reels (3.00)
  3. Ask My Father / Lads of Laoise / The Connaught Heifers 12/8 jig and reels (3.47)
  4. The Bird in the Bush / The Boy in the Gap / MacMahon's (3.37)
  5. Strike the Gay Harp / Shores of Lough Gowna jigs (2.42)
  6. Jack Broke the Prison Door / Donald Blue / Wha'll Dance wi' Wattie? Shetland reels (1.57)

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: Gaughan

Gaughan

Dick Gaughan: Gaughan (Topic 12TS384)

Gaughan
Dick Gaughan

Topic Records 12TS384 (LP, UK, 1978)
Topic Records TSCD384 (CD, UK, 1991)

Dick Gaughan: Gaughan (Topic TSCD384)
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Recorded by John Gill at Riverside Studios in March 1978;
Produced by Tony Engle;
Photography and sleeve design by Tony Engle;
Notes by Dick Gaughan

Musicians

Dick Gaughan, vocals, guitar;
Barry Lyons, bass guitar [LP 3, CD 4];
Alistair Anderson, English concertina [CD 6];
Tom Hickland, piano [CD 9, 11, 14]

Tracks

LP Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Bonnie Jeannie o' Bethelnie (Roud 101; Child 238; G/D 5:973) (5.22)
  2. Bonnie Lass Amang the Heather (Roud 375; G/D 5:962; Henry H177) (3.21)
  3. Crooked Jack (5.09)
  4. The Recruited Collier (Roud 3503) (3.07)
  5. The Pound a Week Rise (2.29)
  1. My Donal (3.34)
  2. Willie o' Winsbury (Roud 64; Child 100; G/D 5:999; Henry H221) (8.38)
  3. Such a Parcel o' Rogues in a Nation (Roud 5516) (8.38)
  4. Gillie Mor (Roud 21759) (3.21)

CD Tracks

  1. Bonnie Jeannie o' Bethelnie (Roud 101; Child 238; G/D 5:973) (5.22)
  2. Bonnie Lass Amang the Heather (Roud 375; G/D 5:962; Henry H177) (3.21)
  3. Alan Macpherson of Mosspark / The Jig of Slurs 6/8 marches (3.48)
  4. Crooked Jack (5.09)
  5. The Recruited Collier (Roud 3503) (3.07)
  6. The Augengeich Disaster (2.10)
  7. Bonny Woodha' (Roud 3778; G/D 5:947; Henry H476) (3.27)
  8. The Pound a Week Rise (2.29)
  9. Ask My Father / Lads of Laoise /The Connaught Heifers 12/8 jig and reels (3.44)
  10. My Donal (3.34)
  11. Strike the Gay Harp / Shores of Lough Gowna jigs (2.39)
  12. Willie o' Winsbury (Roud 64; Child 100; G/D 5:999; Henry H221) (8.38)
  13. Such a Parcel o' Rogues in a Nation (Roud 5516) (8.38)
  14. Jack Broke the Prison Door / Donald Blue / Wha'll Dance wi' Wattie? Shetland reels (1.48)
  15. Gillie Mor (Roud 21759) (3.21)

Tracks 1-2, 5, 12-13 trad. arr. Dick Gaughan;
Track 4 Dominic Behan;
Track 8 Ed Pickford;
Track 10 Owen Hand;
Track 15 Hamish Henderson

CD tracks 6-7 are from The Bonny Pit Laddie (12TS271/2, 1975);
CD tracks 3, 9, 11, 14 are from Coppers and Brass (12TS315, 1977)

> Folk Music > Records > Dave Burland, Tony Capstick, Dick Gaughan: Songs of Ewan MacColl

Songs of Ewan MacColl

Dave Burland, Tony Capstick, Dick Gaughan: Songs of Ewan MacColl (Rubber RUB 027)

Songs of Ewan MacColl
Dave Burland, Tony Capstick, Dick Gaughan

Rubber Records RUB 027 (LP, UK, 1978)
Black Crow Records CRO215/CROCD215 (LP/CD, UK, 1996)

Dave Burland, Tony Capstick, Dick Gaughan: Songs of Ewan MacColl (Black Crow CROCD215)
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Produced by Geoff Heslop;
Engineered by Mickey Sweeny;
Recorded at Impulse Studios, Wallsend, in January 1978;
Front cover painting: “Colliers—End of Shift” by Joe Scarborough

Musicians

Dave Burland, vocals [2, 5, 9-11], guitar [2, 5, 10-11], chorus vocals [1, 7], harmony vocals [3];
Tony Capstick, vocals [1, 4, 8, 11], guitar [8], chorus vocals [2, 5, 7];
Dick Gaughan, vocals [3, 6-7, 11], guitar [3, 5, 7-8, 10-11], chorus vocals [1-2]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Ballad of Accounting (2.53)
  2. The Moving On Song (3.37)
  3. Jamie Foyers (Roud 1941; G/D 1:106) (2.58)
  4. Freeborn Man (3.02)
  5. The Manchester Rambler (4.38)
  6. Schooldays End (1.46)
  1. Thirty Foot Trailer (4.39)
  2. The Big Hewer (5.03)
  3. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (1.42)
  4. Sweet Thames Flow Softly (4.40)
  5. Shoals of Herring (Roud 13642) (4.46)

All tracks written by Ewan MacColl

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: Handful of Earth

Handful of Earth

Dick Gaughan: Handful of Earth (Topic 12TS419)

Handful of Earth
Dick Gaughan

Topic Records 12TS419 (LP, UK, 1981)
Topic Records TSCD419 (CD, UK, 1989)
Three Black Feathers TBFLP003 (UK, 2010)

Dick Gaughan: Handful of Earth (Topic TSCD419)
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Recorded by Robin Moron at Temple Studios near Edinburgh;
Front photograph by Mick Campbell;
Design by Tony Russell

Musicians

Dick Gaughan, vocals, guitar, Telecaster [10];
Brian McNeill, fiddle [1, 7], acoustic bass [7];
Phil Cunningham, whistle [1], keyboards [10];
Stewart Isbister, electric bass [10]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Erin-Go-Bragh (Roud 1627; Laws Q20; G/D 2:236) (4.24)
  2. Now Westlin Winds (Roud 6936) (4.29)
  3. Craigie Hill (Roud 5165) (6.09)
  4. World Turned Upside Down (2.45)
  5. The Snows They Melt the Soonest (Roud 3154) (4.11)
  1. Lough Erne / First Kiss at Parting (5.45)
  2. Scojun Waltz / Randers Hopsa (4.05)
  3. Song for Ireland (4.59)
  4. Workers' Song (2.59)
  5. Both Sides the Tweed (Roud 8913) (3.35)

All tracks trad. arr. Dick Gaughan except
Track 4 Leon Rosselson;
Tracks 6b, 7a Dick Gaughan;
Track 8 Phil & June Colclough;
Track 9 Ed Pickford;
Track 10 words trad., Dick Gaughan, music Dick Gaughan

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan & Andy Irvine: Parallel Lines

Dick Gaughan & Andy Irvine: Parallel Lines

Dick Gaughan & Andy Irvine: Parallel Lines (Folk Freak FF 4007)

Parallel Lines
Dick Gaughan & Andy Irvine

Folk Freak FF 4007 (LP, Germany, 1982)
Wundertüte Tüt CD 72.4007 (CD, Germany, 1988)
Green Linnet SIF 3201 (LP, USA, 1983)

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Produced by Dick Gaughan, Andy Irvine and Carsten Linde;
Engineer Guther Pauler

Musicians

Dick Gaughan, vocals [2, 4, 8], guitar;
Andy Irvine, vocals [1, 3, 5-7], bouzouki;
Nollaig Casey, fiddle;
Martin Buschmann, saxophone;
Judith Jaenicke, flute;
Bob Lenox, Fender Rhodes piano

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Creggan White Hare (Roud 9633) (4.45)
  2. Lads o the Fair / Leith Dock (3.45)
  3. At Twenty-One (Roud 4714; Henry H33, H611) (3.57)
  4. My Back Pages / Afterthoughts (5.25)
  1. The Dodgers Song (Roud 3758) (2.58)
  2. Captain Thunderbolt (4.06)
  3. Captain Colston (Roud 1695; Henry H562) (5.34)
  4. Flouers o the Forest (Roud 3812) (7.36)

Tracks 1, 3, 5-8 trad.;
Track 2a Brian McNeill;
Track 4a Bob Dylan;
Tracks 2b, 4b Dick Gaughan

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: True and Bold

True and Bold

Dick Gaughan: True and Bold (STUC 2)

True and Bold
Songs of the Scottish Miners
Dick Gaughan

Scotland's Trade Union Centre STUC 2 (LP, UK, 1986)

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Recorded and mixed at Sirocco Studios, Kilmarnock;
Engineer Clarke Sorley;
Produced by Dick Gaughan and Clarke Sorley

Musicians

Dick Gaughan, vocals, guitars;
Jim Sutherland, percussion;
Clarke Sorley, bass, keyboards;
William Jackson, uilleann pipes, whistle

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Miner's Life Is Like a Sailor's (Roud 3510)
  2. Schooldays End
  3. Farewell to 'Cotia
  4. Auchengeich Disaster
  5. Pound a Week Rise
  6. Collier Laddie (Roud 3787; G/D 5:991)
  1. Which Side Are You On?
  2. Drunken Rent Collector
  3. Blantyre Explosion (Roud 1014; Laws Q35)
  4. One Miner's Life
  5. Ballad of '84

Tracks 1, 6, 8-9 trad. arr. Dick Gaughan except
Track 2 Ewan MacColl;
Track 3 Jock Purdon;
Track 4 Norman Buchan;
Tracks 5, 10 Ed Pickford

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: Sail On

Sail On

Dick Gaughan: Sail On (Greentrax CDTRAX 109)

Sail On
Dick Gaughan

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 109 (CD, UK, March 1996)

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Recorded and mixed at Hart Street Studios, Edinburgh;
Engineered by Roy Ashby;
Produced by Dick Gaughan;
Cover painting by Bobby Eaglesham;
Sleeve design by John Haxby;
Photo of Dick Gaughan by David Harrold

Musicians

Dick Gaughan, vocals, guitar [1-11], keyboard [3, 6];
Mary Macmaster, clarsach [1, 3, 6, 8, 11], backing vocals [5, 8, 10];
Patsy Seddon, clarsach [10-11], backing vocals [5, 8, 10];
Stuart Smith, bass [1-2];
Mike Travis, drums [1-2, 8];
Rab Handleigh, piano [5, 10], keyboard [8];
Alan Thomas, bass [5, 10];
John Henderson, drums [5, 10];
Fred Morrison, pipes [11];
Kathy Stewart, backing vocals [1-2, 5, 8, 10];
Tich Frier, backing vocals [1, 5, 8, 10];
Bobby Eaglesham, backing vocals [1];
Davy Steele, backing vocals [2, 5, 10]

Tracks

  1. Land of the North Wind (3.03)
  2. Son of Man (3.56)
  3. Ruby Tuesday (4.27)
  4. Waist Deep in the Big Muddy (4.50)
  5. No Cause for Alarm (2.58)
  6. The 51st (Highland) Division's Farewell to Sicily (11.41)
  7. No Gods & Precious Few Heroes (3.55)
  8. Geronimo's Cadillac (3.17)
  9. 1952 Vincent Black Lightning (4.17)
  10. Sail On (5.13)
  11. The Freedom Come-All-Ye (5.14)

Track 1 Allan Taylor;
Tracks 2, 5, 10 Dick Gaughan;
Track 3 Mick Jagger, Keith Richard;
Track 4 Pete Seeger;
Track 6 words Hamish Henderson, music Farewell to the Creeks, Pipe Major James Robertson, Gordon Highlanders;
Track 7 Brian McNeill & Hamish Henderson;
Track 8 Michael J. Murphy, Charles Quattro;
Track 9 Richard Thompson;
Track 11 words Hamish Henderson, music The Bloody Fields of Flanders

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: Redwood Cathedral

Redwood Cathedral

Dick Gaughan: Redwood Cathedral (Greentrax CDTRAX 158)

Redwood Cathedral
Dick Gaughan

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 158 (CD, UK, April 1998)

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Recorded and mastered at Hart St Studios, Edinburgh;
Produced by Dick Gaughan;
Engineered by Roy Ashby;
Cover montage by Jay Hayes-Light;
Photo of Dick Gaughan by Genia Ainswirth

Musicians

Dick Gaughan, vocals, acoustic and electric guitars;
Rab Handleigh, piano and keyboard;
Davie Paton, bass;
Steve Green, drums

Tracks

  1. Muir and the Master Builder (6.50)
  2. Gone, Gonna Rise Again (3.41)
  3. Reconciliation (5.23)
  4. Why Old Men Cry (5.54)
  5. Thomas Muir of Huntershill (4.02)
  6. October Song (5.12)
  7. Ewen and the Gold (6.33)
  8. Let It Be Me (3.06)
  9. All the King's Horses (3.56)
  10. Pancho and Lefty (5.53)
  11. Turn, Turn, Turn (To Everything There Is a Season) (3.53)
  12. Fine Horseman (5.58)

Tracks 1, 7 Brian McNeill;
Track 2 Si Kahn;
Track 3 Ron Kavana;
Tracks 4, 9 Dick Gaughan;
Track 5 Adam McNaughtan;
Track 6 Robin Williamson;
Track 8 Gilbert Bécaud, Mann Curtis, Pierre Delanoë;
Track 10 Townes Van Zandt;
Track 11 Pete Seeger;
Track 12 Lal Waterson

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: Outlaws and Dreamers

Outlaws and Dreamers

Dick Gaughan: Outlaws and Dreamers (Greentrax CDTRAX 222)

Outlaws and Dreamers
Dick Gaughan

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 222 (CD, UK, October 2001)

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Produced by Dick Gaughan;
Recorded by Oliver Knight at Panda Sound, Robin Hodd's Bay, England, in July 2001;
Front cover by Jay Hayes-Light;
Sleeve design by MAD Design

Musicians

Dick Gaughan, vocals, guitar [1-2, 4-11], keyboard drone [3];
Brian McNeill fiddle [7, 11], concertina [7]

Tracks

  1. The Yew Tree (5.08)
  2. Florence in Florence (2.31)
  3. Dowie Dens o Yarrow (Roud 13; Child 214; G/D 2:215) (5.57)
  4. Tom Joad (5.38)
  5. Outlaws and Dreamers (4.18)
  6. When I’m Gone (3.43)
  7. John Harrison’s Hands (5.14)
  8. What You Do With What You’ve Got (3.18)
  9. Tom Paine's Bones (3.45)
  10. Strong Women Rule Us All (6.38)
  11. Wild Roses (4.01)

Tracks 1, 10 Brian McNeill;
Tracks 2, 5 Dick Gaughan;
Track 3 trad. arr. Dick Gaughan;
Track 4 Woody Guthrie;
Track 6 Phil Ochs;
Track 7 Brian McNeill, Dick Gaughan;
Track 8 Si Kahn;
Track 9 Graham Moore;
Track 11 Kimmie Rhodes

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: Prentice Piece

Prentice Piece

Dick Gaughan: Prentice Piece (Greentrax CDTRAX 236D)

Prentice Piece
Dick Gaughan

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 236D (2 CD, UK, September 2002)

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Produced by Dick Gaughan;
Executive producer Ian Green;
Edited and mastered by Peter Haigh at Pier House Studios, Edinburgh;
Cover and booklet artwork by Jay Hayes-Light;
Sleeve layout by John Slavin

Tracks

CD 1CD 2
  1. Sail On (5.15)
  2. Florence in Florence (2.30)
  3. The Auchengeich Disaster (2.17)
  4. Land of the North Wind (3.05)
  5. The Wind That Shakes the Barley (Roud 2994) (6.10)
  6. Games People Play (4.51)
  7. Strike the Gay Harp / Shores of Lough Gowna (2.39)
  8. Willie o' Winsbury (Roud 64; Child 100; G/D 5:999; Henry H221) (8.38)
  9. Both Sides the Tweed (Roud 8913) (3.39)
  10. The Father’s Song (3.41)
  11. Muir and the Master Builder (6.51)
  1. The Cruel Brother (Roud 26; Child 11) (5.37)
  2. October Song (5.18)
  3. Lassie, Lie Near Me (Roud V39584) (4.38)
  4. The Pound a Week Rise (2.26)
  5. Why Old Men Cry (5.53)
  6. The Yew Tree (5.08)
  7. The 51st (Highland) Division’s Farewell to Sicily (11.44)
  8. Scojun Waltz / Randers Hopsa (4.07)
  9. Flouers o the Forest (Roud 3812) (7.36)
  10. Outlaws and Dreamers (4.19)

Tracks 1-2, 16, 19a, 21 Dick Gaughan;
Track 3 words Norman Buchan, music trad.;
Track 4 Allan Taylor;
Tracks 5, 7-8, 12, 14, 19b, 20 trad. arr. Dick Gaughan;
Track 6 Joe South;
Track 9 words trad., arr. Dick Gaughan, music Dick Gaughan;
Track 10 Ewan MacColl;
Tracks 11, 17 Brian McNeill;
Track 13 Robin Williamson;
Track 15 Ed Pickford;
Track 18 words Hamish Henderson, music Farewell to the Creeks, Pipe Major James Robertson, Gordon Highlanders

Track 3 is from The High Level Ranters: The Bonny Pit Laddie (12TS271/2, 1975);
Track 7 is from Coppers and Brass (12TS315, 1977);
Track 12 is from Sandy Bell's Ceilidh (CDTRAX 015, 1977);
Tracks 8, 15 are from Gaughan (12TS384, 1978);
Tracks 9, 19 are from Handful of Earth (12TS419, 1981);
Tracks 14 is from Folk Friends 2 (Wundertüte Tüt72.150, 1981);
Tracks 6, 10 are from Different Kind of Love Song (Wundertüte Tüt72.178, 1983);
Track 20 is from Parallel Lines (Folk Freak FF 4007, 1982);
Tracks 1, 4, 18 are from Sail On (CDTRAX 109, 1996);
Tracks 5 is from Spirit of Ireland (Wundertüte Tüt72.7497, 1997);
Tracks 11, 13, 16 are from Redwood Cathedral (CDTRAX 158, 1998);
Tracks 2, 17, 21 are from Outlaws and Dreamers (CDTRAX 222, 2001)

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: The Definitive Collection

The Definitive Collection

Dick Gaughan: The Definitive Collection (Highpoint HPO6014)

The Definitive Collection
Dick Gaughan

Highpoint Recordings HPO6014 (CD, UK, February 2006)

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Tracks

  1. Now Westlin Winds (Roud 6936) (4.32)
  2. The Recruited Collier (Roud 3503) (3.05)
  3. The Freedom Come-All-Ye (5.14)
  4. Dowie Dens o' Yarrow (Roud 13; Child 214; G/D 2:215) (3.05)
  5. Reconciliation (5.23)
  6. Lough Erne / First Kiss at Parting (4.32)
  7. Young Henry Martin (Roud 104; Child 250) (4.1o)
  8. Fine Horseman (5.58)
  9. Bonny Woodha' (Roud 3778; G/D 5:947; Henry H476) (3.24)
  10. Scarecrow (5.41)
  11. Coppers and Brass / The Gander at the Pratie Hole (2.40)
  12. Both Sides the Tweed (Roud 8913) (3.40)

Tracks 1-2, 4, 6, 9, 11 trad. arr. Dick Gaughan;
Track 3 Hamish Henderson;
Track 5 Ron Kavana;
Track 7 Ashley Hutchings;
Tracks 8, 10 Lal Waterson;
Track 12 words trad., Dick Gaughan, music Dick Gaughan

Track 9 is from The High Level Ranters: The Bonny Pit Laddie (12TS271/2, 1975);
Track 11 is from Coppers and Brass (12TS315, 1977);
Tracks 2-3 are from Gaughan (12TS384, 1978);
Tracks 1, 6, 12 are from Handful of Earth (12TS419, 1981);
Tracks 5, 8 are from Redwood Cathedral (CDTRAX 158, 1998);
Track 4 is from Outlaws and Dreamers (CDTRAX 222, 2001);
Track 7 is from Ashley Hutchings: Street Cries (TSCD535, 2001);
Track 10 is from Shining Bright: The Songs of Lal & Mike Waterson (TSCD519, 2002)

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: Lucky for Some

Lucky for Some

Dick Gaughan: Lucky for Some (Greentrax CDTRAX 290)

Lucky for Some
Dick Gaughan

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 290 (CD, UK, April 2006)

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Recorded, mixed and mastered by Ian McCalman and Dick Gaughan at Kevock Digital and the Vegas Suite;
Produced by Dick Gaughan;
Cover artwork by Jay Hayes-Light;
Layout by John Slavin

Musicians

Dick Gaughan, vocals, acoustic and electric guitars;
Mary Macmaster, clarsach [9], backing vocals [2, 8];
Brian McNeill, cellofiddle [3], fiddle [10];
Stephen Quigg, backing vocals [8-10];
Ian McCalman, backing vocals [8-9]

Tracks

  1. Whatever Happened? (6.35)
  2. Lucky for Some (5.05)
  3. Anna Mae (7.48)
  4. The Devil and Pastor Jack (2.46)
  5. The Hunter Dunne (7.22)
  6. Dancing with Eagles (4.13)
  7. Bleacher Lassie of Kelvinhaugh (Roud 3325; G/D 5:1041) (6.33)
  8. Come Gi'e a Sang (6.37)
  9. Different Drum (5.37)
  10. We Got the Rock'n'Roll (3.32)

All tracks Dick Gaughan except
Track 3 Jim Page;
Track 7 trad. arr. Dick Gaughan

> Folk Music > Records > Dick Gaughan: Live! at the Trades Club

Live! at the Trades Club

Dick Gaughan: Live! at the Trades Club (Greentrax CDTRAX 322)

Live! at the Trades Club
Dick Gaughan

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 322 (CD, UK, April 2008)

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Recorded by Ian MacHarg at the Trades Club, Hebden Bridge, W. Yorkshire, on December 8, 2007;
Mixed and produced by Dick Gaughan;
Mastered by Stuart Duncan at Red Barn Studios, Dundee;
Cover artwork by Jay Hayes-Light;
Painting of Dick Gaughan by Jay Hayes-Light based on a photography by Sally Greenberg;
Booklet layout by John Slavin

Musicians

Dick Gaughan, vocals, guitar;
Pete Lazenby, compere

Tracks

  1. What You Do With What You’ve Got (4.10)
  2. No Gods and Precious Few Heroes (4.16)
  3. Hornpipes Set: The Accrington McBrides / Mulvihill's Hornpipe / The Wwxford Assembly (4.56)
  4. Erin-Go-Bragh (Roud 1627; Laws Q20; G/D 2:236) (4.06)
  5. Thomas Muir of Huntershill (3.56)
  6. Outlaws and Dreamers (5.43)
  7. Tom Paine's Bones (4.06)
  8. Whatever Happened? (8.03)
  9. Now Westlin Winds (Roud 6936) (5.02)
  10. The Hunter Dunne (5.04)
  11. Air & Jigs Set: Caoineadh Eoghain Rua / Bunnafolly Jig / The Tolbooth (6.55)
  12. Geronimo’s Cadillac (4.17)
  13. Both Sides the Tweed (Roud 8913) (4.48)

Track 1 Si Kahn;
Track 2 Brian McNeill;
Tracks 3ac, 6, 8, 10, 11bcd Dick Gaughan;
Tracks 3b, 4, 9, 11a trad. arr. Dick Gaughan;
Track 5 Adam McNaughton;
Track 7 Graham Moore;
Track 12 Michael J. Murphy, Charles Quattro;
Track 13 words trad., Dick Gaughan, music Dick Gaughan

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An Introduction to Dick Gaughan

An Introduction to Dick Gaughan (Topic TICD010)

An Introduction to
Dick Gaughan

Topic Records TICD010 (CD, UK, June 29, 2018)

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This is a compilation of Dick Gaughan's Topic albums. For musicians and credits see the individual album descriptions.

Tracks

  1. Both Sides the Tweed (Roud 8913) (3.35)
  2. The Pound a Week Rise (2.29)
  3. Bonny Woodha' (Roud 3778; G/D 5:947; Henry H476) (3.27)
  4. Coppers and Brass / The Gander in the Pratie Hole jigs (2.45)
  5. Crooked Jack (5.09)
  6. Gillie Mor (Roud 21759) (3.21)
  7. The Flowing Tide / The Fairies' Hornpipe hornpipes (3.54)
  8. World Turned Upside Down (2.45)
  9. Song for Ireland (4.59)
  10. Workers' Song (2.59)
  11. Planxty Johnson planxty (2.39)
  12. The Snows They Melt the Soonest (Roud 3154) (4.11)
  13. Scarecrow (5.41)
  14. Willie o' Winsbury (Roud 64; Child 100; G/D 5:999; Henry H221) (8.38)

Track 3 is from The High Level Ranters: The Bonny Pit Laddie (12TS271/2, 1975);
Track 4, 7, 11 are from Coppers and Brass (12TS315, 1977);
Tracks 2, 5-6, 14 are from Gaughan (12TS384, 1978);
Tracks 1, 8-10, 12 are from Handful of Earth (12TS419, 1981);
Track 13 is from Shining Bright: The Songs of Lal & Mike Waterson (TSCD519, 2002)

> Folk Music > Records > Other records with Dick Gaughan

Boys of the Lough, The Boys of the Lough, LP, Trailer LER 2086, 1973

Various Artists, Kertalg 74, LP, Barclay BAR 90 011, 1974

High Level Ranters, The Bonny Pit Laddie, 2 LP, Topic 12TS271/2, 1975

Various Artists, The Second Folk Review Record, LP, Folksound FS107, 1976

Various Artists, Songs for Peace, LP, FolkFreak FF 4010, 1984

Clan Alba, Clan Alba, 2 CD, Clan Alba CLANCD001, 1995

Various Artists, Where Have All the Flowers Gone? The Songs of Pete Seeger, 2 CD, Appleseed 1024, 1998

Ashley Hutchings, Street Cries, CD, Topic TSCD535, 2001

Various Artists, Shining Bright: The Songs of Lal & Mike Waterson, CD, Topic TSCD519, 2002

Brian McNeill, The Baltic tae Byzantium, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX 341, 2009

Martin Simpson, Purpose and Grace, CD, Topic TSCD584, 2011

Davy Steele, Steele the Show, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX 358, 2011

Kate Rusby, 20, 2 CD, Island 3717612, 2012

Various Artists, Songs from Inspire!, download EP, Scots Music Group, 2013

Various Artists, Joy of Living: A Tribute to Ewan MacColl, CD, Cooking Vinyl COOKCD624, 2015

> Folk Music > Records > Compilations with Dick Gaughan

Various Artists, Our Folk Music Heritage, LP, Trailer LETSAM 2087, 1975

Various Artists, Folk Vol. 1: Musik aus England, Irland und Schottland, LP, Anvil ANV001, 1979

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

Various Artists, 3.06: A Roots Album for Liverpool, LP, Hillsborough Disaster Fund HILL 306, 1989

Various Artists, The Iron Muse: A Panorama of Industrial Folk Music, CD, Topic TSCD465, 1993

Various Artists, The Folk Collection, CD, Topic TSCD470, 1993

Various Artists, Troubadours of British Folk Vol. 3: An Evolving Tradition, CD, Rhino R2 72162, 1995

Various Artists, New Electric Muse: The Story of Folk into Rock, 3 CD, Castle Music ESB CD 416, 1996

Various Artists, The Rough Guide to Scottish Music, CD, World Music RGNET 1004 CD, 1996

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

Various Artists, The Voice of Folk, CD, Topic TSCD705, 1996

Chumbawamba, Readymades, CD, Mutt CD001, 2002

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

Hamish Handerson et al, A' the Bairns o Adam, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX 244, 2003

Various Artists, The Definitive Folk Collection, CD, Highpoint HPO6002, 2003

Various Artists, Folk Awards 2005, CD, Proper PROPERFOLK01, 2005

Various Artists, Never the Same: Leave-Taking from the British Folk Revival 1970-1977, CD, Honest Jon HJRCD19, 2005

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

Various Artists, The Scottish Diaspora, 2 CD, Greentrax CDTRAX 380, 2014

Various Artists, Voice and Vision: Songs of Resistance, Democracy and Peace, 2 CD, Topic TSCD774D, 2014

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

Wilson & Swarbrick, Kailyard Tales, CD, Wheel WR010, 2018