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Feast of Fiddles: Live '01

Feast of Fiddles: Live '01 (Feast of Fiddles CDFOF001/002)

Live '01
Feast of Fiddles

Feast of Fiddles CDFOF001/002 (2 CD, UK, 2002)

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Musicians

Phil Beer, fiddle, mandolin, vocals;
Ian Cutler, Bridge Aquila and octave violins;
Peter Knight, fiddle, Bridge octave violin;
Tom Leary, fiddle, Bridge Aquila violin;
Chris Leslie, fiddle, vocals;
Brian McNeill, fiddle, bouzouki, vocals;
Hugh Crabtree, melodeon, vocals;
Dave Harding, bass;
Dave Mattacks, drums, cymbals;
John Underwood, rhythm guitar;
Martin Vincent, lead guitar, vocals

Tracks

Live '01 (CDFOF001)

  1. Feast of Fiddles: Haste to the Wedding / Lanagan's Ball (3.59)
  2. Chris Leslie: Once I Loved a Maiden Fair / The Hole in the Wall (4.19)
  3. Feast of Fiddles: My Love She's But a Lassie Yet / Jimmy Allen / Atholl Highlanders / High Road to Linton (5.33)
  4. Ian Cutler: Orange Blossom Special (6.34)
  5. Brian McNeill: The Devil's Only Daughter / Hamish Henderson's Refusal / The Three Chimneys / Bessie MacKintyre (6.55)
  6. Feast of Fiddles: The Jig of Slurs / Irish Washerwoman (4.21)
  7. Phil Beer: The Blind Fiddler (3.15)
  8. Feast of Fiddles: Morrison's Jig / Unidentified Kerry Polka / O'Neil's March (3.09)
  9. Tom Leary: Solway Dawn (6.11)
  10. Peter Knight: With Ivy in Mind (8.32)
  11. Feast of Fiddles: Peat Fire Flame / Go and Enlist to Be a Sailor / Drunken Sailor (5.15)

Track 2 recorded at St. George's Hall, Exeter, March 23, 2001;
Tracks 3, 11 recorded at Corn Exchange, Maidstone, March 24, 2001;
Tracks 5-6, 8 recorded at The Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury, March 25, 2001;
Tracks 1, 4, 7, 9-10 recorded at Folk Club, Nettlebed, March 26, 2001

Bonus CD (CDFOF002)

  1. Feast of Fiddles: Horses's Brawl (7.39)
  2. Feast of Fiddles: Sally Free and Easy (10.11)
  3. Feast of Fiddles: Lark in the Morning / Foxhunter's Jig / Swallow Tail (5.54)
  4. Feast of Fiddles: Gone at Last (4.50)

Tracks 1-4 recorded at Folk Club, Nettlebed, March 26, 2001

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Feast of Fiddles: Nicely Wrong

Feast of Fiddles: Nicely Wrong (Feast of Fiddles CDFOF003)

Nicely Wrong
Feast of Fiddles

Feast of Fiddles CDFOF003 (CD, UK, 2004)

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Musicians

Phil Beer, violin, guitar, vocals;
Joe Broughton, violin;
Hugh Crabtree, melodeon, vocals;
Ian Cutler, violin;
Dave Harding, bass;
Peter Knight, violin;
Tom Leary, violin;
Chris Leslie, violin;
Dave Mattacks, drums, cymbals;
Brian McNeill, violin, bouzouki, vocals;
John Underwood, rhythm guitar;
Martin Vincent, lead guitar

Tracks

  1. Feast of Fiddles: Out on the Ocean / Haste to the Wedding / Lanagan's Ball (6.16)
  2. Ian Cutler plus band: Azerie (3.20)
  3. Brian McNeill: A Wee Dram on the Side (2.55)
  4. Peter Knight plus band: Too Late for Shadows (5.41)
  5. Joe Broughton: East Neuk o' Fife (6.18)
  6. Feast of Fiddles: Sir Roger de Coverley (5.09)
  7. Chris Leslie: Oath for Independence / Tune for Land of Snows / Nuns of Drachi Prison (5.57)
  8. Feast of Fiddles: Battle of the Somme (4.03)
  9. Brian McNeill: Scott Skinner's Compliments to Doctor MacDonald / The Boy's Lament for His Dragon / The Gothenburg Reel / Lift Your Glass to the Landlady / The Boys of Malin (6.09)
  10. Peter Knight plus band: The Water Is Wide (Roud 87; Child 204) (7.23)
  11. Phil Beer and Dave Mattacks: Varsovianna (2.50)
  12. Tom Leary plus band: Anne of Winster (4.38)
  13. Feast of Fiddles: Dashing White Sergeant / Mason's Apron Mississippi Sawyer (7.30)

All tracks recorded at The Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury, March 12, 2003

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Feast of Fiddles: Still Live

Feast of Fiddles: Still Live (Feast of Fiddles CDFOF004)

Still Live
Feast of Fiddles

Feast of Fiddles CDFOF004 (CD, UK, 2007)

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Musicians

Phil Beer, violin, guitar, vocals;
Joe Broughton, violin;
Hugh Crabtree, melodeon, vocals;
Ian Cutler, violin;
Dave Harding, bass;
Peter Knight, violin;
Tom Leary, violin;
Chris Leslie, violin, vocals;
Dave Mattacks, drums, percussion, keyboards;
Brian McNeill, violin, concertina, vocals;
John Underwood, rhythm guitar;
Martin Vincent, lead guitar

Tracks

  1. Feast of Fiddles: Trumpet Hornpipe / Keel Row / In Paddy McGinty's Navy / Greensleeves (3.56)
  2. Feast of Fiddles: Princess Royal / Battle of the Somme (7.41)
  3. Chris Leslie plus acoustic band: Brookside (4.54)
  4. Joe Broughton plus backline: Dark Eyes (6.04)
  5. Feast of Fiddles: Sharpe Goes Walkabout (7.11)
  6. Phil Beer plus acoustic band: Acadian Driftwood (8.04)
  7. Brian McNeill: Farewell to Tarwathie / Bill Malley's Schottische / Kitchen Girl (8.26)
  8. Feast of Fiddles: Pretty Nancy of Yarmouth (3.16)
  9. Peter Knight plus backline: Autumn Leaves (5.48)
  10. Feast of Fiddles: Upton-upon-Severn Stick Dance / Shave the Donkey / Jockey to the Fair (6.32)
  11. Hugh Crabtree plus acoustic band: We May or Might Never All Meet Here Again (4.59)

Track 7 recorded at Huntingdon Hall, Worcester, March 31, 2006;
Tracks 1-2, 5, 8, 10 recorded at The Pacific Road Arts Centre, Birkenhead, April 6, 2006;
Tracks 3, 6, 11 recorded at Nettlebed Village Hall, April 10, 2006;
Track 4 recorded at Robin 2, Bilston, April 12, 2006;
Track 9 recorded at Ferneham Hall, Fareham, April 13, 2006