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Graham Metcalfe: Songs from Yorkshire and Other Civilisations

Graham Metcalfe: Songs from Yorkshire and Other Civilisations (WildGoose WGS279CD

Songs from Yorkshire and Other Civilisations
Graham Metcalfe

WildGoose Studios WGS279CD (CD, UK, 1996)

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Produced and recorded by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherwell, Hampshire.

Musicians

Graham Metcalfe, vocals

with
Ian Giles, Moira Craig, vocals

Tracks

  1. Dalesman's Litany (3.54)
  2. Sweet Primroses (Roud 586; G/D 8:1841) (2.34)
  3. Cawd Stringy Pie (Roud 1408) (2.34)
  4. The Immigrant (Roud 1081; G/D 7:1469) (3.48)
  5. Forty Miles (Roud 608; G/D 5:983) (1.17)
  6. Howden Town (Roud 1110) (1.53)
  7. Allandale (Roud 1218) (3.56)
  8. Scarborough Sands (Roud 21098) (2.21)
  9. The Trees Grow High (Roud 31; Laws O35; G/D 6:1222) (3.01)
  10. Bill Brown (Roud 609) (2.23)
  11. Faithful Johnny (RoudBS B97438) (2.55)
  12. Home Made Remedies (Roud 1440) (2.07)
  13. Wensleydale Lad (Roud 21176) (2.48)
  14. Nellie o' Bobs of Crowtrees (2.29)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 words F.W. Moorman, tune Dave Keddy;
Track 7 words Charles Jefferys, music Sidney Nelson;
Track 8 tune Dave Hillery;
Track 14 words John Hartley, tune Dave Hillery

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Ian Giles: The Amber Triangle

Ian Giles: The Amber Triangle (WildGoose WGS287CD

The Amber Triangle
Ian Giles

WildGoose Studios WGS287CD (CD, UK, 1997)

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Produced by Paul Sartin;
Recorded by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherwell, Hampshire

Musicians

Ian Giles, lead vocals, side and bass drums, bodhrán;
Steve Tilston, guitar [1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 14];
Chris Leslie, violin [1-3, 6, 9, 13];
Paul Sartin, oboe, violin, vocals [2-4, 7, 11-14];
Dan Plews, mandolin, vocals [7, 11-13];
Tom Bower, acoustic bass guitar [1, 5, 7];
Moira Craig, vocals [3, 10, 14];
James Fagan, Nancy Kerr, Sandra Kerr, vocals [5, 11];
Graham Metcalfe, vocals [4, 10, 12, 14]

Tracks

  1. I Wish I Were Where Ellen Lies (Roud 8191) (2.52)
  2. Thornaby Woods (Roud 222) (4.21)
  3. Ay Waukin, O (Roud V16870) (4.02)
  4. John Cherokee (Roud 4693) (2.02)
  5. Broom of the Cowdenknowes (Roud 92; Child 217; G/D 4:838) (4.04)
  6. The Streets of Forbes (The Death of Ben Hall) (Roud 20764) (3.18)
  7. High Germany (Roud 904; G/D 1:96) / Ratcliffe Highway (Roud 493; G/D 1:83) (5.15)
  8. Banks of the Dee (Roud 3484) (2.22)
  9. Polly on the Shore (Roud 811) (3.23)
  10. Admiral Cole (Roud 2632) (3.37)
  11. Yarmouth Town (1.40)
  12. By the Hush (Paddy's Lamentation) (Roud 2314) (3.32)
  13. The Great Silkie (Roud 197; Child 113) (5.08)
  14. Singing Bird (Roud 2946; Henry H34b, H27a) (4.08)

Tracks 1, 5, 7, 9, 14 trad. arr. Ian Giles, Steve Tilston, Paul Sartin;
Tracks 2a, 6 trad. arr. Ian Giles, Chris Leslie, Paul Sartin;
Track 2b Paul Sartin;
Track 3 Robert Burns arr. Ian Giles, Steve Tilston, Paul Sartin;
Track 4 trad. arr. Ian Giles, Graham Metcalfe, Paul Sartin;
Track 8, 12 trad. arr. Ian Giles;
Track 10 trad. arr. Ian Giles, Moira Craig, Graham Metcalfe;
Tracks 11 ,13 trad. arr. Ian Giles, Dan Plews, Paul Sartin;

> Folk Music > Records > Folly Bridge: All in the Same Tune / Unabridged

Folly Bridge: All in the Same Tune / Unabridged

Folly Bridge: All in the Same Tune / Unabridged (WildGoose WGS352CDR

All in the Same Tune / Unabridged
Folly Bridge

WildGoose Studios WGS352CDR (CD-R, UK, 2007)
WildGoose Studios (digital download, UK, 2015)

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This CD-R is a remastered reissue of Folly Bridge's two original cassettes, All in the Same Tune (WildGoose WGS252MC, 1991) and Unabridged (1992). Since it wasn't available anymore for a long time, Claire Lloyd uploaded all songs to a Youtube playlist in Summer 2014. Thank you very much, Claire! In 2015, WildGoose re-released this as a digital download album.

Produced and recorded by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherwell, Hampshire.

Musicians

Ian Giles, Graham Metcalfe, Claire Giles (now Claire Lloyd), vocals

Tracks

UnabridgedAll in the Same Tune
  1. The Cropper Lads (2.21)
  2. Pony-Driving Song (2.17)
  3. Go from My Window (Roud 966) (2.05)
  4. Old Molly Metcalfe (1.21)
  5. Lowlands (Roud 681; Henry H469) (3.46)
  6. Young Simon John (4.00)
  7. Come Me Lads (Roud 1238) (3.48)
  8. General Taylor (Roud 216) (3.16)
  9. The Herring (Roud 128) (3.09)
  10. Bedlam City (Roud 968) (2.36)
  11. Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy (Roud 165) (2.47)
  12. Watercress-O (2.57)
  13. Bay of Fundy (2.49)
  14. Carrion Crow (Roud 891) (2.30)
  1. April Morning (Roud 1546) (4.02)
  2. Drink Puppy Drink (Roud 1862) (2.31)
  3. The Sheepstealer (Roud 1667) (2.53)
  4. My Bonny Lad (Roud 204) (1.27)
  5. Twa Corbies (Roud 5; Child 26) (2.22)
  6. Adieu to Old England (Roud 1703) (3.59)
  7. I Like to Rise (Roud 1752) (2.17)
  8. Two Brethren (Roud 202) (2.40)
  9. Bonny at Morn (Roud 3064) (3.49)
  10. The Farmer's Toast (Roud 1603) (4.48)
  11. The Bay of Biscay (Roud 22567) (2.54)
  12. Happy Sam (3.33)
  13. The Grey Goose and the Gander (Roud 1094) (2.26)

All tracks trad. except
Track 4 Jake Thackray;
Track 6 Tom Daniel;
Track 12 Roger Watson;
Track 13 Gordon Bok;
Track 16 George J. Whyte-Melville;
Track 26 words John Hartley, tune Dave Hillery

Links

See also the Mudcat Café thread Review: Folly Bridge - Remastered Tapes!