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The First Folk Review Record

The First Folk Review Record (Folksound FS 100)

The First Folk Review Record
Various Artists

Folksound FS 100 (LP, UK, 1974)

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Recorded by Bernard Whitty in the Music Room of Schallenge House, Bromyard, Austin House, Nantwich, and the Folksound Studios, Halsall, in September and October 1974;
Produced by Fred Woods of Folk Review;
Sleeve design by Peter Bellamy

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Dave Burland: The Duke of Gordon's Daughter (Roud 342; Child 237; G/D 6:1099)
  2. June Tabor: Bushes and Briars (Roud 1027)
  3. Nic Jones: The Bonny Banks o' Fordie (Roud 27; Child 14; G/D 2:199)
    included in 1997 on the Fellside anthology Ballads
  4. Peter Bellamy: Peggy Bawn (Roud 661)
    included in 1999 on Wake the Vaulted Echoes and in 2001 on Mr Bellamy, Mr Kipling & the Tradition
  5. English Tapestry: Valentine Chant (Roud 1142)
  6. Vin Garbutt: Boulavogue (Roud 2356)
  7. Rosemary Hardman: Latin Lady
  1. Nic Jones: The Warlike Lads of Russia
    included in 1986 on the anthology Flash Company
  2. Peter Bellamy: The Whale Catchers (Roud 3291)
    included in 2001 on Mr Bellamy, Mr Kipling & the Tradition
  3. Dave Burland: George Collins (Roud 147; Child 85)
  4. English Tapestry: Whitsuntide Carol (Roud 3186)
  5. June Tabor: The Fair Maid of Wallington (Roud 59; Child 91)
    included in 2005 on her anthology Always
  6. Vin Garbutt: Maguire's Jig / O'Rourke's Reel
  7. Rosemary Hardman: Spare Rib Rag

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 7, 14 Rosemary Hardman;

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The Second Folk Review Record

The Second Folk Review Record (Folksound FS 107)

The Second Folk Review Record
Various Artists

Folksound FS 107 (LP, UK, 1976)

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Issued as a fundraiser for the Folk Review magazine featuring exclusive tracks from some very collectable artists.

Recorded by Bill Leader at Leader Sound Studios in February 1976;
Produced by Fred Woods of Folk Review;
Sleeve design by Peter Bellamy

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Tony Rose: Thornaby Woods (Roud 222)
  2. Sean Cannon: The Waterford Boys
  3. Martyn Wyndham-Read: The Mower (Roud 833)
  4. Dick Gaughan: Arthur McBride (Roud 2355; G/D 1:78)
  5. Tim Laycock: Just As the Tide Was A-Flowing (Roud 1105)
  6. Miriam Backhouse: The Recruited Collier (Roud 3503)
  7. Archie Fisher: Jock Stewart (Roud 975)
  8. Louis and Sally Killen: April Morning (Roud 1546)
  1. Tony Rose: The Streams of Lovely Nancy (Roud 688; Henry H520)
  2. Archie Fisher: The Corncrake (Roud 2736; G/D 5:945; Henry H18b)
  3. Sean Cannon: O South Wind
  4. Martyn Wyndham-Read: The Lawyer’s Wife (Roud 922)
  5. Miriam Backhouse: Cuckoo's Nest (Roud 1506)
  6. Tim Laycock: Fakenham Fair
  7. Louis and Sally Killen: Willie Drowned in Ero (Roud 206; Child 215; G/D 6:1227)
  8. Dick Gaughan: The Rashy Moor (Roud 6261; G/D 6:1215)