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Jackie Oates

Jackie Oates: Jackie Oates (Hands On Music HMCD25)

Jackie Oates
Jackie Oates

Hands On Music HMCD25 (CD, UK, 2006)
Blue Lavender Records (CD, UK, 2011)

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Recorded and produced by Phil Beer at Riverside Studios, Exeter
except [13] recorded live at Dartmoor Folk Festival, August 2005;
Design by Bradley Waters;
Photography by Steph Cheesman, Simon Bishop, Steve and Carmen Hunt;
Photos taken at Exeter University, The Amber Rooms and Minster Lovell Hall

Musicians

Jackie Oates, vocals [1-4, 6-13], five string viola [1, 3, 5-7, 9, 11-12], viola [2], violin [4, 8-9], D/G melodeon [9];
Martin Katey's, D/G melodeon [1, 3];
Matt Norman, violin [2];
Emma Blackie, cello [2];
Jonathan Shoreland, wooden concert flute [4], veuze (Breton bagpipes) [10], B flat pastoral oboe [10], B flat flute [10];
Phil Beer, keyboards [4], guitar [5, 7-8], tenor guitar [5], percussion [10];
Ed Rennie, guitar [6], cittern [7], melodeons [9], harmonicas [9], spoons [9], Dartmoor step dancing [9];
Belinda O'Hooley, electronic piano [12]

Tracks

  1. The Banks of Green Willow (Roud 172; Child 24; G/D 6:1225) (2.57)
  2. The Cruel Ship's Carpenter (Roud 15; Laws P36A; G/D 2:201, 2:202) (4.37)
  3. The Streams of Lovely Nancy (Roud 688; Henry H520) (3.44)
  4. Mormond Braes (Roud 2171; G/D 6:1142) (3.15)
  5. I Wish It Was Last September / Ickbod (3.53)
  6. Lord Abore and Mary Flynn (Roud 55; Child 87) (6.10)
  7. The Flower of Northumberland (Roud 25; Child 9; G/D 6:1149) (4.45)
  8. Lavender's Blue (Roud 3483) / Mazurka (3.16)
  9. The Staffordshire Maid (Roud 289; Laws L3; G/D 2:268) (4.22)
  10. The Mistletoe Bough (Roud 2336) (3.03)
  11. Rambleaway (Roud 171; G/D 7:1485) (2.47)
  12. Broken Town (4.18)
  13. The 14th November (Roud 1915; Laws N1) (3.04)

All tracks trad. arr. Jackie Oates except
Track 5 Jackie Oates;
Track 10 words Thomas Haynes Bayly;
Track 12 Helen Bell

> Folk Music > Records > Jackie Oates: The Violet Hour

Jackie Oates: The Violet Hour

Jackie Oates: The Violet Hour (Chudleigh Roots CR002)

The Violet Hour
Jackie Oates

Chudleigh Roots CR002 (CD, UK, 2008)

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Recorded and produced by Phil Beer
except [13] recorded and produced by Jim Moray,
and [14] recorded live at the Ariel Centre, Totnes;
Design and illustration by Bradley Waters;
Photography by Steph Cheesman and Simon Gilbert;
Photos taken at Poltimore House, Devon

Musicians

Jackie Oates, vocals [1-4, 6-10, 12-13], five string viola [1-2, 5-6, 8, 10-11, 14], octave violin [1, 5, 10], shruti [1], descant, treble, tenor and bass recorders [4];
Steve Turner, accordion [2, 5, 14];
Andy Clarke, guitar [2, 14];
Becky Driscoll, violin [4];
Nick Wyke, violin [4];
Phil Beer, octave violin [4], tenor guitar [9];
Matt Norman, mandolin [5];
Gris Saunderson, nyckelharpa [6];
James Dumbelton, mandolin [5], guitar [7], whistling [7];
Sean O'Shea, vocals [6];
Tim van Eyken, air organs [10], vocals [10];
Nick Cooke, melodeon [9];
Jim Causley, electric and acoustic guitar [8], vocals [8], accordion [12];
Belinda O'Hooley, piano [11];
Jim Moray, acoustic, electric and tenor guitar [13], percussion [13], mellotron [13], sampling [13];
Andy Clarke, Steve Turner, Sean O'Shea, Hugh O'Shea, Jim Causley, Phil Beer, chorus [2];

Tracks

  1. Lark in the Morning (Roud 151) (3.36)
  2. The Bonny Labouring Boy (Roud 1162; Laws M14; Henry H576) (5.15)
  3. Billy Reilley (3.34)
  4. Hampton Lullaby (4.54)
  5. Tobias the Grinder / Our Trip to Croyde (5.25)
  6. Richie's Lady (Roud 97; Child 232; G/D 5:1051) (4.15)
  7. Young Donald (Donal Óg) (Roud 3379) (5.42)
  8. Rob Roy (Roud 340; Child 225) (4.40)
  9. Crockery Ware (Roud 1490) (2.26)
  10. Summer's End (4.51)
  11. Goodbye to Beesands and to Magic (4.16)
  12. My Ship's Lost Its Rigging (2.53)
  13. Wishfulness Waltz (4.50)
  14. 3/8 Bourrées (4.20)

All tracks trad. arr. Jackie Oates except
Track 3 Bonnie Shaljean;
Tracks 5b, 11 Jackie Oates;
Track 10 Jim Causley;
Track 13 Jim Moray;
Track 14 Wistman's Wood / Steve Turner

> Folk Music > Records > Jackie Oates: Hyperboreans

Jackie Oates: Hyperboreans

Jackie Oates: Hyperboreans (Unearthed TPLP1034CD)

Hyperboreans
Jackie Oates

Unearthed / One Little Indian TPLP1034CD (CD, UK, September 7, 2009)

Birthday / Past Caring
Jackie Oates

Unearthed / One Little Indian 1045TP7 (7" single, UK, 2009)

Jackie Oates: Birthday (Unearthed 1045TP7)
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Produced by Jim Moray;
Mastered by Joe Rusby;
Photography by Steve Wheadon;
Sleeve design by Brad Waters

Musicians

Jackie Oates, vocals, five string viola, octave violin, shruti, cello;
Jim Moray, guitar, mandolin, bouzouki, acoustic bass, banjo, tenor guitar, sampling, vocals;
James Dumbelton, guitar [4, 6-7, 10-11];
Alasdair Roberts, guitar [2, 9], vocals [2, 10];
Sille Ilves, open-tuned fiddle [4], bowed lyre [7];
Belinda O'Hooley, piano [11];
The Stringbeans Quartet: Bethany Porter, cello; Emma Hooper, viola; Sue Lord, Emily Travis, violins [8];
Bethany Porter, cello [2]

Tracks

  1. The Miller and His Three Sons (Roud 138; Laws Q21; G/D 3:703) (3.06)
  2. Hyperboreans (3.29)
  3. Locks and Bolts (Roud 406; Laws M13; G/D 5:1012) (2.57)
  4. The Pleasant Month of May (Roud 153; Henry H697) (3.53)
  5. Past Caring (4.24)
  6. The Sheffield Grinder / Mavis (4.03)
  7. Young Leonard (Roud 189; Laws Q33; G/D 2:228; Henry H176) (4.32)
  8. Birthday (3.08)
  9. The Isle of France (Roud 1575) (2.59)
  10. The Butcher's Boy (Roud 263; Laws P35; G/D 2:200) (6.40)
  11. May the Kindness (4.39)

Tracks 1, 3 trad. arr. Jackie Oates, Jim Moray;
Track 2 Alasdair Roberts;
Tracks 4, 7, 10 trad. arr. Jackie Oates, James Dumbelton;
Track 5 words Henry Lawson, music Phyl Lobl;
Track 6a words trad., music and arr. John Scalfe;
Track 6b Jackie Oates;
Track 8 The Sugarcubes;
Tracks 9 trad. arr. Jackie Oates, Alasdair Roberts;
Track 11 Dave Wood

> Folk Music > Records > Jackie Oates: Saturnine

Jackie Oates: Saturnine

Jackie Oates: Saturnine (ECC Records ECC004)

Saturnine
Jackie Oates

ECC Records ECC004 (CD, UK, September 12, 2011)

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Recorded during the winter months of 2010 and early 2011 by Richard Evans;
Produced by Richard Evans;
Mastered by Optimum Mastering;
Sleeve design and installation build by David Owen;
CD cover photograph by Emily Ings

Musicians

Jackie Oates, vocals [1-3, 5-7, 9-12], 5-string viola [1-6, 8], hardanger fiddle [3], shruti box [6], violin [10-12], octave violin [11], cello [];
Mike Cosgrave, piano [1, 7], accordion [3, 5, 8], guitar [3, 5];
Barney Morse-Brown, viola de gamba [1, 11], cello [9], backing vocals [9];
Steve Tyler, hurdy-gurdy [1-2, 5];
Neil Davey, mandolin [2], bouzouki [2, 4];
The Claque (Dave Lowry, Sean O'Shea, Tom Addison, Barry Lister), backing vocals [2, 10];
Tristan Seume, guitar [3, 5, 8];
James Budden, double bass [3, 5, 8];
Karen Tweed, piano accordion [4, 9-10, 12];
Katie Tyler, English border pipes [5];
Josh Clarke, percussion [5];
Jim Moray, backing vocals [6], piano [6], harmonium [6];
Richard Evans, plucked piano strings [6];
Ross and Melanie Henrywood, hand bells [6, 11];
Elizabeth Stewart, Cornish spoken word [7];
Ged Lynch, percussion [8, 10];
Belinda O'Hooley, piano [9];
Miranda Sykes, double bass [10];
Alasdair Roberts,

Tracks

  1. Sweet Nightingale (Roud 371) / Persephone's Arrival in Bovey Tracey (5.01)
  2. Marrowbones (Roud 183; Laws Q2; G/D 2:318; Henry H174) / The Year of Nonesuch (4.28)
  3. Scarborough's Fair Town (Roud 185; Laws K18; G/D 1:20) (5.29)
  4. The Hills of Trencrom / Pedn Olva (4.51)
  5. Young Johnson (Roud 56; Child 88; G/D 8:1929) (5.13)
  6. Poor Murdered Woman (Roud 1064) (5.17)
  7. The Trees They Are So High (Roud 31; Laws O35; G/D 6:1222) / Cornish poem (5.12)
  8. Fin(n)ish(ish): Well Done Nigel / The Humours of Berry Pomeroy / Fin(n)ish(ish) (4.47)
  9. IOU (5.39)
  10. Four Pence a Day (Roud 2586) / The Oyster Girl (Roud 875; Laws Q13; G/D 2:304; Henry H725) / Off She Goes (4.58)
  11. Brigg Fair (Roud 1083) (3.16)
  12. Fortune Turns the Wheel (Roud 3798; G/D 3:667) / The Lovely Remains of My Little Adeline / The Road to Caparby (6.05)

Tracks 1a, 7a trad.arr. Jackie Oates, Mike Cosgrove;
Track 1b Jackie Oates, Mike Cosgrove;
Tracks 2a, 11, 12a trad.arr. Jackie Oates;
Tracks 2b, 12bc Jackie Oates;
Track 3 trad.arr. Jackie Oates, Tristan Seume;
Track 4 Neil Davey;
Track 5 trad.arr. Jackie Oates, Mike Cosgrove, Graham and Eileen Pratt;
Track 6 trad.arr. Jim Moray;
Track 7b Tim Saunders;
Track 8 Mike Cosgrave;
Track 9 Paul Metsers;
Track 10 trad.arr. Jackie Oates, Karen Tweed;

> Folk Music > Records > Jackie Oates: Lullabies

Jackie Oates: Lullabies

Jackie Oates: Lullabies (ECC Records ECC009)

Lullabies
Jackie Oates

ECC Records ECC009 (CD, UK, March 18, 2013)

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Recorded in Bath in October 2012 and in Reykjavik in early November 2012;
Produced by Richard Evans;
Strings recording: Valgeir Sigurðsson at Greenhouse Studios, Reykjavik;
Album illustration: Lizzy Stewart;
Album artwork: Brad Waters;
Photography: Laurence Foster

Musicians

Jackie Oates, vocals, 5 string viola, octave violin, kantele, shruti;
Belinda O'Hooley, piano, vocals, accordion;
Chris Sarjeant, guitar, vocals;
Barney Morse-Brown, cello, guitar, vocals;
Richard Evans, guitar, mandolin, vocals;
Tristan Seume, guitar, dobro, vocals;
Mike Cosgrave, accordion, piano, mandola, vocals;
Bára Grímsdóttir, vocals, kantele;
Chris Foster, langspil;
Albert and Evelyn Hansell, guest vocals;
Hugh Nankivill, guest vocals;
Borgar Magnason, string arrangement [1, 3]

Tracks

  1. Dream Angus (4.36)
  2. Dandling Songs: Dance, Baby / Little Boy Blue (4.22)
  3. Waiting for the Lark (4.17)
  4. Alexander Beetle / Farewell Nell (4.44)
  5. Bi Bi Og Blaka (1.56)
  6. The Posy Rhyme (3.15)
  7. The Worthy Wood Carol (3.58)
  8. Sofuðu Unga ástin Mín / Sofi Sofi Barnið (3.23)
  9. Philomel (Fairy Lullaby from A Midsummernight's Dream) (2.53)
  10. Wexford Lullaby (3.51)
  11. Little Fishes / The Rainy Day Fisherman (3.38)
  12. Junk (3.49)
  13. Thy Cradle Is Green (0.31)
  14. When I Was a Lady (2.36)
  15. Sleepers Awake (3.59)

Promo Video

> Folk Music > Records > Jackie Oates: The Spyglass & the Herringbone

Jackie Oates: The Spyglass & the Herringbone

Jackie Oates: The Spyglass & the Herringbone (ECC Records ECC015)

The Spyglass & the Herringbone
Jackie Oates

ECC Records ECC015 (CD, UK, April 27, 2015)

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Recorded at Crypt Studios, London and Bristol, in June 2014 and at The Labour Exchange, Bath and Ben's Room, London, in December 2014;
Original engineering/production by Ben Walker and Trevor Meadows with additional production by Richard Evans with Simon Emmerson
except tracks 6-7, 12 recorded and produced by Ben Walker;
Mastered by Simon Emmerson and Andy Gangadeen at Super Audio Mastering;
Photography by Darryl Everitt at Brown & Co Photography;
Sleeve design by The 16K Design Works

Musicians

Jackie Oates, vocals, 5 string viola, violin;
Jim Moray, guitar, piano, percussion;
John Parker, double bass;
Jack Rutter, guitar, banjo, backing vocals;
Nick Hart, melodeon, concertina, hammered dulcimer, backing vocals;
Chris Sarjeant, guitar, electric guitar, cittern, Indian harmonium, keyboard, bass drum, backing vocals;
Calum Stewart, wooden flute;
Ben Walker, banjo;
Andy Gangadeen, drums;
Ruari Glasheen, bodhrán;
Tim Chipping, backing vocals;
Henry Webster, violin [2];
Barney Morse-Brown, cello [2];
Jennifer Crook, harp [2]

Tracks

  1. John Blunt (Roud 115; Child 275; G/D 2:321) (2.56)
  2. Can't Be Sure (3.55)
  3. Doffing Mistress (Roud 2133) (3.01)
  4. The Spyglass & the Herringbone (4.14)
  5. Hail! Hail! The First of May (2.37)
  6. Take This Letter to My Mother (3.09)
  7. Robbers' Retreat (Roud 3314) (3.12)
  8. The Yellow Bittern (Roud 5332; Henry H830) (5.35)
  9. The Halsway Carol (4.17)
  10. A Cornish Young Man (Roud 595) (3.01)
  11. The Devil and the Farmer's Wife (Roud 160; Child 278; G/D 2:320) (4.21)
  12. Banks of the Bann (Roud 889; Laws O2; Henry H86) (3.07)

Tracks 1, 3, 7, 10-11 trad. arr. Jackie Oates;
Track 2 David Gavurin, Harriet Wheeler;
Track 4 Chris Sarjeant;
Track 5 Dave Webber;
Track 6 words trad. arr. Jackie Oates, Chris Sarjeant, music Shaun Davey;
Track 8 poem Cathal Buí Mac Giolla Ghunna, Tomas MacDonagh, music trad. arr. Jackie Oates, Chris Sarjeant;
Track 9 Nigel Eaton, Iain Frisk;
Track 11 trad. arr. Jackie Oates, Chris Sarjeant

Video

Jackie Oates sings Can't Be Sure:

> Folk Music > Records > Jackie Oates & Megan Henwood: Wings

Jackie Oates & Megan Henwood: Wings

Jackie Oates & Megan Henwood: Wings (Dharma DHARMACD25)

Wings
Jackie Oates & Megan Henwood

Dharma Records DHARMACD25 (CD EP, UK, August 26, 2016)

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Tracks 1-2, 4-5 recorded, produced and mixed by Pete Brown at Henwood Studios, Oakley Wood, Wallingford;
Track 3 recorded, produced and mixed by Tom Excel at Henwood Studios, Oakley Wood, Wallingford;
Photography by Vicki Evans;
Artwork and sleeve design by David Owen at The Ink Corporation

Musicians

Jackie Oates, vocals, 5 string viola, piano, Indian harmonium;
Megan Henwood, vocals, guitar;
Pete Thomas, double bass

Tracks

  1. Love Vigilantes (3.42)
  2. Bettystown (4.32)
  3. What's the Use of Wings? (4.34)
  4. Setting of the Sun (Roud 166; Laws O36; Henry H114) (5.06)
  5. Ghosts (4.11)

Track 1 Stephen Morris, Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert, Peter Hook;
Track 2 Megan Henwood;
Track 3 Brian Bedford;
Track 4 trad. arr. Jackie Oates;
Track 5 Kris Drever, Adem Ilhan, Aidan O'Rourke, Martin Green

> Folk Music > Records > Jackie Oates: The Joy of Living

Jackie Oates: The Joy of Living

Jackie Oates: The Joy of Living (ECC Records ECC018)

The Joy of Living
Jackie Oates

ECC Records ECC018 (CD, UK, August 14, 2018)

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Produced, recorded and mixed by Simon Richmond;
Recorded at Jackie's House, Wallingford in August 2016–February 2018;
Mixed at Simon Richmond's House, St Leonards-on-Sea;
Mastered by Simon Heyworth, Super Audio Mastering;
Photography by Tom Oldham;
Artwok by Christina Alden;
Design by Amy Halnan

Musicians

Jackie Oates, vocals, 5 string viola, bass violin, piano, recorders, harmonium, kantele;
Jack Rutter, guitar, banjo, bouzouki;
John Parker, double bass;
Barney Morse-Brown, cello;
Mike Cosgrave, piano;
John Spiers, melodeon;
Megan Henwood, backing vocals;
Simon Richmond, percussion, kantele;
Matt Allwright, pedal steel;
Rosie Worth, baby/toddler noises;
Isabel Parker, Mabel Whitehead, Charlotte Hull, Alice Hull, Theo Bissell, Sethie Bissell, Danni King, children's voices

Tracks

  1. Freedom Come-All-Ye (3:39)
  2. Spring Is Coming Soon (2:26)
  3. Mother / Spring Is Coming Soon Reprise (6:14)
  4. Virginny (Roud 1488) (3:12)
  5. Rosy Apple (Roud 6492) (1:27)
  6. The Joy of Living (4:55)
  7. My Shoes Are Made of Spanish (Roud 13171) (2:38)
  8. Unicorns (4:13)
  9. Nay Ivy Nay (2:53)
  10. Catch Me If You Can (Roud 1028) (4:43)
  11. The Bird (2:11)
  12. Hey Ho, to the Greenwood (Roud B221397) (2:22)
  13. Constellations (3:18)
  14. Sweet Farewell (Roud 6916) (4:08)
  15. The Last Trip Home (3:51)
  16. Rolling Home (2:02)

Track 1 Hamish Henderson;
Tracks 2, 3b Jackie Oates;
Track 3a John Lennon;
Tracks 4-5 trad. arr. Jackie Oates, Jack Rutter;
Track 6 Ewan MaColl;
Track 7 trad. arr. Jackie Oates, Jack Rutter, John Spiers;
Track 8 Bill Caddick;
Track 9 words trad., tune Lorraine Irwing;
Tracks 10, 14 trad. arr. Jackie Oates;
Track 11 Lal Waterson;
Track 12 Williym Byrd;
Track 13 Darwin Deez;
Track 15 words Davy Steele, music John McCusker;
Track 16 John Tams

Video

Jackie Oates sings The Joy of Living:

> Folk Music > Records > Jackie Oates

Other records with Jackie Oates

Jim Moray, Sweet England, CD, Niblick NIBL003, 2003

Laurel Swift and Friends, Beam, CD, Necta Arts NECTACD001, 2005

Rachel Unthank & The Winterset, Cruel Sister, CD, RabbleRouser RR005, 2005

Les Barker et al, Twilight of the Dogs, CD, Mrs Ackroyd DOG 019, 2006

Barry Lister, Ghosts & Greasepaint, CD, WildGoose WGS338CD, 2006

Jim Moray, Jim Moray, CD, Niblick NIBL006, 2006

Show of Hands, Witness, CD, Hands On HMCD23, 2006

Wistman's Wood, Wistman's Wood, CD, own label WW001, 2006

Tom Palmer, Tom Palmer, CD, Chudleigh Roots CR001, 2007

Various Artists, Folk Rising, CD, Proper PROPERFOLK04, 2007

Reg Meuross, Dragonfly, CD, Hatsongs HAT001, 2008

Jim Moray, Low Culture, CD, Niblick NIBL007, 2008

Mick Ryan, The Navvy's Wife, 2 CD, WildGoose WGS360CD, 2008

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2008, 3 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK05, 2008

Show of Hands, Arrogance Ignorance and Greed, CD, Hands On Music HMCD29, 2009

Roger Watson, Past and Present, CD, WildGoose WGS367CD, 2009

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2009, 3 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK08, 2009

Various Artists, Looking for a New England, CD, fRoots ACE1, w/ magazine 317/318, 2009

Belshazzar's Feast, Find the Lady, CD, Unearthed / One Little Indian TPLP1080CD, 2010

Corncrow, Sweet Nightingale, EP, own label, CC1, 2010

The Imagined Village, Empire and Love, CD, ECC ECC002, 2010

Ewan McLennan, Rags & Robes, CD, Fellside FECD235, 2010

Jim Moray, In Modern History, CD, Niblick NIBL 10, 2010

O'Hooley & Tidow, Silent June, CD, No Masters NMCD32, 2010

Mick Ryan, Paul Downes, Away in the West, CD, WildGoose WGS375CD, 2010

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2010, 3 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK10, 2010

Various Artists, Horses & Hangings, Homicide & Hellfire, (Leigh Folk Festival 2010), CD, Thames Delta MUD003CD, 2010

Jim Causley, Dumnonia, CD, WildGoose WGS377CD, 2011

Steve Knightley, Jackie Oates et al., Cecil Sharp Project 2011, CD, Shrewsbury Folk Festival SFFCD02, 2011

Tarras, Warn the Waters, CD, Horsefly HFR001, 2011

The Woodbine & Ivy Band, The Woodbine & Ivy Band, CD, Folk Police FPR004, 2011

Various Artists, Fresh Handmade Sound: Validation, CD + DVD, Lush 002, 2011

Various Artists, Fresh Handmade Sound: From Source to Sea, CD + DVD, Lush 003, 2011

Various Artists, Fresh Handmade Sound: The Spell, CD + DVD, Lush 004, 2011

Various Artists, Oak Ash Thorn, CD, Folk Police FPR003, 2011

Various Artists, Short Sharp Shanties Vol. 1, CD, WildGoose WGS381CD, 2011

Various Artists, Short Sharp Shanties Vol. 2, CD, WildGoose WGS382CD, 2011

Various Artists, The Woodworm Project, CD, Songs from the Shed 001, 2011

Caroline Herring, Camilla, CD, Signature SIG 2050, 2012

The Imagined Village, Bending the Dark, CD, ECC ECC006, 2012

Jim Moray, Skulk, CD, Niblick NIBL 13, 2012

O'Hooley & Tidow, The Fragile, CD, No Masters NMCD39, 2012

Chris Sarjeant, Heirlooms, CD, WildGoose WGS386CD, 2012

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2012, 3 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK12, 2012

Various Artists, Short Sharp Shanties Vol. 3, CD, WildGoose WGS388CD, 2012

Paul Downes, The Boatman's Cure, CD, WildGoose WGS396CD, 2013

David Rotheray, Answer Ballads, CD, Navigator NAVIGATOR086, 2013

Show of Hands, Centenary: Words & Music of the Great War, 2 CD, UMTV 3784840, 2014

Megan Henwood, Head Heart Hand, CD, Dharma DHARMACD21, 2015

Various Artists, Shirley Inspired…, 3 LP / 3 CD, Earth EARTHLP003/EARTHCD003, 2015

Jim Causley, Forgotten Kingdom, CD, Hands On Music HMCD41, 2016

Chris Foster, Hadelin, CD, Green Man GMCD008, 2017

Megan Henwood, River, CD, Dharma DHARMACD30, 2017

Magpie Lane, Three Quarter Time, CD, Magpie Lane MLCD09, 2017