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Hamish Henderson et al: A' the Bairns o Adam

Hamish Henderson: A' the Bairns o Adam (Greentrax CDTRAX244)

A' the Bairns o Adam
A Hamish Henderson Tribute Album
Hamish Henderson et al

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX244 (CD, UK, September 2003)

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Produced by Dr. Fred Freeman;
Tracks 1-4, 6-9, 13, 15 recorded at Pier House Studios, Edinburgh, in November/December 2002;
Design by John Slavin

Tracks

  1. Rod Paterson: Ballad of the D-Day Dodgers (4.39)
  2. Fred Freeman: So Long poem (1.01)
  3. Alison McMorland: The Flyting o' Life and Daith (4.21)
  4. Adam McNaughtan: Victory Hoedown (1.12)
  5. The Corrie Folk Trio: Rivonia (3.03)
  6. Jim Reid: The Freedom Come-All-Ye (3.53)
  7. Margaret Bennett: Ninth Elegy poem / Thug Oirinn Oro (3.41)
  8. Geordie McIntyre: The Ballad of the Men of Knoydart (3.03)
  9. Gordeanna McCulloch: The Speaking Heart (2.36)
  10. Dick Gaughan: The Song of the Gillie More (3.22)
  11. Hamish Henderson: The 51st Highland Division's Farewell to Sicily (2.34)
  12. The Laggan: The John MacLean March (4.25)
  13. Allan MacDonald: Pipe Tunes: Lament for the Son / Latha Dhan Fhinn Am Beinn Loghnaidh / Taladh Dhomhnaill Ghuirm / Fred Freeman: Lament for the Son poem (4.25)
  14. Hamish Henderson: Mouth Music (1.47)
  15. Eurydice Choir with Gordeanna McCulloch: Auld Reekie's Roses (3.50)
  16. Jeannie Robertson: My Son David (Roud 200; Child 13; TYG 35) (5.56)

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Hamish Henderson Collects

Hamish Henderson Collects (Kyloe 107)

Hamish Henderson Collects
Songs, ballads and a story from the School of Scottish Studies Archives
Various Artists

Kyloe Records Kyloe 107 (CD, UK, 2005)

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Issued in association with the School of Scottish Studies Archives, University of Edinburgh;
Cover picture: Hamish Henderson recording Gaelic story-teller Ali Dall (Blind Alec Stewart), Sutherland, 1958

Tracks

  1. Willie Mathieson: The Nonsense Song (SA 1952/2 (A16 & B9); Roud 1036; G/D 8:1699) (2.31)
  2. Jean Elvin: Willie Cumming (SA 1952/13 (B11a & 11b; Roud 9691) (3.46)
  3. John Strachan: It Wisnae My Fortune to Get Her (SA 1952/24 (A7); Roud 154; G/D 6:1198) (3.30)
  4.  — : Fair Rosie Ann (SA 1952/25 (A11); Roud 39; Child 52; G/D 7:1395) / Bonny Baby Livingston (SA 1952/27 (B17); Roud 100; Child 222; G/D 6:1264) (2.15)
  5. Jimmy Young: The Picket Hoose at E'en (SA 1953/192 (A4); Roud 7217; G/D 7:1329) (2.25)
  6.  — : As I Went Oot Ae Marry Mae Morn (SA 1953/192 (A9); Roud 870; G/D 7:1367) (2.23)
  7. Finlay Maclean: A Mhàiri Bhàn Òg (SA 1953/194 (A9)) (3.35)
  8. Blin' Robin Hutchison: Auld Jock Bruce o' the Fornet (SA 1953/194 (B3); Roud 3937; G/D 3:372) (2.33)
  9.  — : The Braes o' Strathblane (SA 1953/194 (B1 & B2); Roud 1096; G/D 6:1132) (3.24)
  10. Jeannie Robertson: The Lassies in the Coogate (SA 1954/105 (A14); Roud 8158) / Maggie A-Milking (SA 1954/104 (A9); Roud 7157) / The Gallant Forty Twa (SA 1954/104 (A10a); Roud 1877; G/D 1:70) (3.08)
  11. Geordie Robertson: The Tinker (SA 1954/91 (A6); Roud 8496) (5.48)
  12. Bella Higgins: The Lowlands of Holland (SA 1954/102 (B1); Roud 484; G/D 6:1116; Henry H180) (5.06)
  13.  — : The Douglas Tragedy (SA 1954/102 (B3); Roud 23; Child 7; G/D 2:220, 5:1026) (2.23)
  14.  — : Peggy and the Soldier (SA 1954/102 (B8); Roud 162; Child 299; G/D 7:1470) (3.46)
  15. Kathleen Behan: My Bonny Brown Boy (SF 1956/1 (A1); Roud 10; Child 12; G/D 2:209; Henry H814) (3.39)
  16. Roderick Campbell: 'S na hì, a hù Chalamain / Mo Nigh 'n Donn ò gù (SA 1958/7 (A1)) (5.17)
  17. Jock McShannon: A Pity I Forgot Me Fiddle (SA 1958/7 (A11 & B1)) (1.30)
  18. Andrew Stewart: Three Good Advices (SA 1955/150 (B5)) (9.48)

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Hamish Henderson Collects Volume 2

Hamish Henderson Collects Volume 2 (Kyloe 110)

Hamish Henderson Collects Volume 2
Songs, ballads and a story from the School of Scottish Studies Archives
Various Artists

Kyloe Records Kyloe 110 (CD, UK, 2006)

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Issued in association with the School of Scottish Studies Archives, University of Edinburgh;
Cover picture: Hamish Henderson recording Gaelic story-teller Ali Dall (Blind Alec Stewart), Sutherland, 1958

Tracks

  1. Willie Mitchell: Nancy's Whisky (SA 1956/171 (B4); Roud 883; G/D 3:603; Henry H745) (3.40)
  2. John Whyte: The Swan Swims So Bonnie, O (SA 1956/199 (A1); Roud 8; Child 10; G/D 2:213) (8.08)
  3. Annie Arnott: Hùbhihàbhi / Iain Mór Fada Gobhlach (SA 1956/235 (A1 & A2)) (3.01)
  4. Donald MacMartin: The Gardener's Bride (SA 1965/159 (B15); Roud 6303; G/D 6:1262) (2.19)
  5. ‘Chattie’: Hey Barra Manishee (SA 1953/236 (B10); Roud 6330) (1.03)
  6. Willie Mitchell: Glen Breakerie (SA 1956/171 (A3); Roud 7008) (3.40)
  7. Rab Morrison: The Starlaw Disaster (SA 1962/16 (A6); Roud 19812) (2.25)
  8.  — : O My Love Is But a Miner (SA 1962/16 (A7); Roud 921; Henry H110) (1.40)
  9. Margaret Birnie: Heather Jock (SA 1953/235 (B27); Roud 2339; G/D 2:255; Henry H39) (3.14)
  10. Donald MacMartin: Fareweel tae Glasgow Green (SA 1965/159 (A25); Roud 3326; G/D 1:98) (2.29)
  11. Ali Dall: Am Bròn Binn (SA 1957/38 (A1)) (3.36)
  12. John MacDonald: Jimmy Rose (SA 1953/235 (B17); Roud 19972) (1.23)
  13. Martha Stewart: Child Norris (SA 1956/126 (A4); Roud 53; Child 83; G/D 2:214) (1.24)
  14. Annie Arnott: Iomaraibh Eutrom (SA 1952/235 (A9)) (2.22)
  15. Andrew Stewart: The Daemon Lover (SA 1953/263 (B7); Roud 14; Child 243; G/D 2:332) (1.29)
  16. Willie Mitchell: Donal MacLean's Coo (SA 1956/171 (A2); Roud 6939) (3.06)
  17. Martha Reid: Falkirk Fair (SA 1956/185 (A10); Roud 10368) (2.17)
  18. John MacDonald: Blervie Mains (SA 1953/235 (B14); Roud 19971) (1.05)
  19. William Sharp Lonie: The Laird o' the Drum (SA 1962/67 (A1 & A2); Roud 247; Child 236; G/D 4:835) (4.37)
  20. Donald MacMartin: Feeing for a Maid (SA 1965/159 (B9); Roud 6933) (2.12)
  21. Hamish Henderson: The Rambling Beauty (SA 1953/199 (14); Roud 563; Laws P12; G/D 6:1213) (1.17)
  22. Willie Johnston: The White Milk Deer (SA 1956/170 (B2)) (15.361)

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Hamish Henderson et al: Ballad of the Banffies

Hamish Henderson: Ballad of the Banffies (Greentrax CDTRAX410)

Ballad of the Banffies
Hamish Henderson Tribute Volume 2
Hamish Henderson et al

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX410 (CD, UK, 1 October 2021)

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Produced by Dr. Fred Freeman;
Recorded at B & B Studios, Edinburgh;
Assistant sound engineer: Lewis McLaughlin;
Mixed by Fred Freeman and Richard Werner

Artists

Cameron Nixon: vocals [1, 7, 14], backing vocals [11];
Euan McLaughlin: fiddle [1, 10], banjo [1-2], bouzouki [7];
Frank McLaughlin: guitar [1, 6-7];
Fred Freeman: backing vocals [1-2], vocals [16b];
Fiona Hunter: vocals [2, 6, 8, 15];
Angus Lyon: keyboard [2, 8], box [5, 7, 15];
John Moran: vocals [3, 5, 9, 11], gouzouki [3, 5], bouzouki [9], guitar [11];
Marc Duff: whistle [3, 5];
Hamish Henderson: vocals [4, 16a];
Atte (South African group) [17]

Tracks

  1. Cameron Nixon: Ballad of the Banffies (4.15)
  2. Fiona Hunter: Here’s to the Maiden (2.55)
  3. John Morran: Banks of Sicily (5,22)
  4. Hamish Henderson introduces Tail Toddle (1.03)
  5. John Morran, Marc Duff: Tail Toddle / Instrumental Solo (3.53)
  6. Fiona Hunter: The Presence (2.47)
  7. Cameron Nixon: The Roads to Rome (3.09)
  8. Fiona Hunter: Soo Sewin Silk (Roud 473; G/D 8:1703) (2.18)
  9. John Morran: The Speaking Heart (5.01)
  10. Euan McLaughlin: Kätzel Henderson fiddle tune / Fred Freeman: En Marche poem (3.01)
  11. John Morran: Nou Jeannie Dear (2.42)
  12. Hamish Henderson: Sodge Ye the Cotton Spinners (2.39)
  13. Stuart MacGregor: Brief discussion on Blossom in the Spring (1.20)
  14. Cameron Nixon: Blossom in the Spring (3.50)
  15. Fiona Hunter: Göttingen Nicht (2.28)
  16. Hamish Henderson: Aunty Mary / Wee O’Hara /
    Fred Freeman: Hamish’s Mad Version of El Alamein (4.18)
  17. Atte: Rivonia (4.43)

Track 1 words Hamish Henderson, additional words Fred Freeman, music Kätzel Henderson Fred Freeman, The Gallant Forty Twa trad. arr. Fred Freeman;
Track 2 words Hamish Henderson, additional words Fred Freeman, music The Earl o Errol trad. arr. Fred Freeman;
Track 3 words Hamish Henderson, music Farewell to the Creeks P.M. James Robertson;
Track 5 song Tail Toddle trad. arr. Fred Freeman, John Morran, Marc Duff, Angus Lyon, music Sweeney's Buttermilk Brendan McGlinchey;
Track 6 words Stuart MacGregor, music Archie Fisher;
Track 7 words Hamish Henderson, music John MacMillan of Barra trad. arr. Fred Freeman;
Track 8 trad., additional words Andy Hunter, Fred Freeman, arr. Fred Freeman, Angus Lyon;
Track 9, 12 words and music Hamish Henderson,
Track 10a music Fred Freeman;
Track 10b words Hamish Henderson,
Track 11 words Hamish Henderson, additional words Fred Freeman, music Brochan Lom trad. arr. Fred Freeman;
Track 14 words and music Stuart MacGregor;
Tracks 15, 16 words Hamish Henderson, music O Tannenbaum trad. arr. Fred Freeman;
Tracks 16ab trad. arr. Hamish Henderson

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Other records with Hamish Henderson

“What a Lovely War!” (Veteran VT121CD) Various Artists, “What a Lovely War!” , cass., Veteran VT121, ca. 1990; CD, Veteran VT121CD, 2014

Various Artists: Scotland's Voices (Greentrax CDTRAX400) Various Artists, Scotland's Voices, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX400, 2018