> Folk Music > Records > Jean Redpath: Frae My Ain Countrie

Frae My Ain Countrie

Jean Redpath: Frae My Ain Countrie (Folk-Legacy FSS-49)

Frae My Ain Countrie
Jean Redpath

Folk-Legacy Records FSS-49 (LP, USA, 1973)
Folk-Legacy Records CD-49 (CD, USA, 2010)

Jean Redpath: Frae My Ain Countrie (Folk-Legacy CD-49)
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Recorded by Sandy Paten;
Sleeve notes by Jean Redpath and Sandy Paton

Musicians

Jean Redpath, vocals, guitar

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Gairdner and the Plooman (Roud 339) (3.25)
  2. I'll Lay Ye Doon, Love (Roud 3355) (3.01)
  3. The Gairdner Child (Roud 339; Child 219; G/D 4:840) (4.01)
  4. Wars o' High Germanie (Roud 5608) (4.44)
  5. Silver Tassie (2.24)
  6. The Rantin' Dog, The Daddie O't (Roud V5348) (0.50)
  7. Hishie Ba (Roud 5138) (2.35)
  8. My Ain Countrie (2.57)
  1. Matt Hyland (Roud 2880) (4.17)
  2. The London Ba' (2.35)
  3. Kilbogie (Roud 95; G/D 4:851) (2.22)
  4. A' the Week Yer Man's Awa' (2.41)
  5. Johnnie o' Braidesley (Roud 69; Child 114; G/D 2:250) (4.33)
  6. Farewell He (Roud 803; Henry H504) (1.42)
  7. Bonny Gallowa' (RoudBS B2934) (2.29)
  8. Eileen Aroon (Roud V21056) (4.04)

All tracks trad. except
Track 12 Ewan MacColl

> Folk Music > Records > Jean Redpath: Jean Redpath

Jean Redpath

Jean Redpath: Jean Redpath (Philo PH 2015)

Jean Redpath
Jean Redpath

Philo Records PH 2015 (LP, USA, 1975)
Philo Records PH 2015 (CD, USA, 1989)

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Musicians

Jean Redpath, vocals, guitar

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Rambleaway (Roud 171; G/D 7:1485) (3.27)
  2. I Live Not Where I Love (Roud 593) (3.12)
  3. My Lagan Love (Roud 1418) (3.07)
  4. My Faithful Johnny (RoudBS B97438) (3.14)
  5. Captain Wedderburn's Courtship (Roud 36; Child 46; G/D 4:842; Henry H681) (7.22)
  6. The Terror Time (5.17)
  1. Dancing at Whitsun (2.59)
  2. Blackwaterside (Roud 6319) (3.57)
  3. The Grey Silkie (Roud 197; Child 113) (8.07)
  4. Ned of the Hill (Roud 8136) (3.50)
  5. Lady Dysie (Roud 112; Child 269; G/D 6:1224) (4.04)
  6. MacCrimmon's Lament (Roud 5134) (4.20)

All tracks trad. except
Track 6 Ewan MacColl;
Track 7 John Austin Marshall

> Folk Music > Records > Jean Redpath: There Were Minstrels

There Were Minstrels

Jean Redpath: There Were Minstrels (Trailer LER 2106)

There Were Minstrels
Jean Redpath

Trailer Records LER 2106 (LP, UK, 1976)

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Recorded and produced by Bill Leader at Leader Sound;
Sleeve notes by Jean Redpath;
Sleeve design by Janet Kerr

Musicians

Jean Redpath, vocals, guitar

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Dumbarton's Drums (Roud 8669)
  2. Rattlin' Roarin' Willie (Roud 6192; G/D 4:776) / My Love She's But a Lassie Yet (Roud 6166) / Robin Shure in Hairst
  3. West Virginia Mine Disaster
  4. Gilderoy (Roud 1486)
  5. Sheath and Knife (Roud 3960; Child 16)
  1. Yellow Yorlin (Roud 12516)
  2. Rob Roy (Roud 340; Child 225)
  3. No, Sir (Roud 146)
  4. Clerk Colven (Roud 147; Child 42)
  5. Caroline of Edinburgh Town (Roud 398; Laws P27; G/D 6:1151; Henry H148)
  6. Davie and Jeannie

All tracks trad. except
Track 3 Jean Ritchie

> Folk Music > Records > Jean Redpath: Ballad Folk

Ballad Folk

Jean Redpath: Ballad Folk (BBC REC 293)

Ballad Folk
Jean Redpath with guests

BBC Records & Tapes REC 293 (LP, UK, 1977)

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Tracks taken from various sessions recorded during the BBC Television Series;
Produced by Mike Harding and Gordon Menzies;
Sleeve notes by Jean Redpath with Pat Shuldham-Shaw;
Artwork by Mario Moscardini;
Sleeve design by Leslie V. Howard

Musicians

Jean Redpath, vocals, guitar [1, 3, 6, 8-10, 13, 16, 18];
Charlie Murray, vocals [2];
The Gaugers (Peter Hall, Tom Spiers, Arthur Watson) [4];
Lizzie Higgins, vocals [5];
Archie Fisher, vocals [7];
Allan Barty, fiddle [7];
Mirk (Marjorie and Ian Sinclair with Ray Crompton, guitar, mandolin) [9, 14];
Artie and Cilla Trezise, vocals, guitar, fiddle [11];
Jimmy Hutchison, vocals [12];
Gordeanna McCulloch, vocals [15];
Willie Scott, vocals [17]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. [JR] Love Is Teasin' (Roud 1049)
  2. [CM] The Guise o' Tough (Roud 3800; G/D 3:378)
  3. [JR] The Plooman Laddies (Roud 3448)
  4. [G] Grat for Gruel (Roud 935)
  5. [LH] Willie's Fatal Visit (Roud 244; Child 255)
  6. [JR] Ten and Nine
  7. [AF] Fine Flowers in the Valley (Roud 9; Child 20; G/D 2:193)
  8. [JR] Caller Herring (Roud 18353)
  9. [JR, M] Marnie
  1. [JR] The Deadly Wars (Roud 7284)
  2. [ACT] Wheel of Fortune (Roud 1075; G/D 6:1173; Henry H790)
  3. [JH] The Beggarman (Roud 118; Child 279; G/D 2:274)
  4. [JR] The Kirk Swaree
  5. [M] The Forfar Sodger (Roud 2857; G/D 1:69)
  6. [GMcC] Birnie Bouzle (Roud 3343; G/D 4:876)
  7. [JR] The Recruited Collier (Roud 3503)
  8. [WS] The Boys o' Callieburn (Roud 6932)
  9. [JR] Keach in the Creel (Roud 120; Child 281; G/D 2:317; Henry H201)

All tracks trad. except
Track 6 Mary Brooksbank;
Track 8 words Caroline, Baroness of Nairne (1766-1845), air Nathaniel Gow (1766-1831);
Track 9 Jean Ritchie;
Track 14 David Shaw (1786-1856)

> Folk Music > Records > Jean Redpath: The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 1 & 2

The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 1 & 2

Jean Redpath: The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 1 & 2 (Creentrax CDTRAX 114)

The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 1 & 2
Jean Redpath

Volume 1: Philo Records PH 1037 (LP, USA, 1976)
Volume 2: Philo Records PH 1048 (LP, USA, 1986)
Philo Records CD PH 1187 (CD, USA, 19xx)
Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 114 (CD, UK, March 1996)

See also The Songs of Robert Burns: A Discography

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Volume 1Volume 2

Produced, researched and arranged by Serge Hovey;
Recorded by Bill Schubart at The Barn, N. Ferrisburg, VT, 1976;
Notes by Esther Hovey

Researched and arranged by Serge Hovey;
Produced by Drake Mabry;
Recorded by Charles Eller at The Barn, N. Ferrisburg, VT, 1980;
Notes by Esther Hovey

Musicians

Volume 1Volume 2

Jean Redpath, vocals;
Jane Ambrose, flute;
Philip Ambrose, harpsichord;
Peter Brown, cello, double bass;
Anne Dorsam, piano;
Roger Gillim, viola;
Caroline MacDonald, second violin;
David Racusen, French horn;
Evelyn Read, first violin;
Thomas L. Read, first violin, fiddle;
William Storandt, timpani

Jean Redpath, vocals;
Jane Ambrose, flute, piccolo;
Philip Ambrose, harpsichord;
Peter Brown, cello;
Anne Dorsam, piano;
Roger Gillim, viola;
David Gusakov, violin [15]:
Ken LaRoche, alto flute;
Drake Mabry, piano effects;
Elisabeth Metcalfe, piano;
Rick Presson, double bass;
Evelyn Read, violin;
Larry Read, violin;
William Storandt, timpani

Joanne Raymond, Jane Ambrose, Lloyd Goodrow, Gary Moreau, Sally Pollak, David Robinson, chorus

Joanne Raymond, William Bosworth, James Chapman, Diane Daily, Franklin Hier, Charles Hoag, Sally Pollak, Andrea Rogers-Hall, chorus

Tracks

Volume 1Volume 2
  1. Cauld Kail in Aberdeen (Roud 8502) (1.40)
  2. To the Weaver's Gin Ye Go (Roud V22409) (2.15)
  3. Wantonness (Roud V31025) (2.08)
  4. My Tocher's the Jewel (Roud V7885) (3.19)
  5. Charlie He's My Darling (Roud 5510) (2.30)
  6. Lady Mary Ann (Roud 31; Laws O35; G/D 6:1222) (2.40)
  7. Amang the Trees (1.24)
  8. Country Lassie (Roud V9072) (5.02)
  9. The De'il's Awa Wi' th' Exciseman (Roud 16787) (1.30)
  10. Johnie Blunt (Roud 115) (2.38)
  11. The Winter It Is Past (Roud 583; G/D 6:1104) (2.58)
  12. A Red, Red Rose (Roud 12946) (1.46)
  13. Logan Water (Roud V7840) (4.50)
  14. Corn Rigs (Roud 8670) (3.47)
  1. Had I the Wyte (Roud 7253) (2.24)
  2. Nine Inch Will Please a Lady (1.44)
  3. Beware o' Bonnie Ann (Roud V21420) (3.12)
  4. The Cooper o' Cuddy (Roud 8755) (1.58)
  5. Sweetest May (Roud V20107) (1.53)
  6. A Parcel of Rogues in a Nation (Roud 5516) (4.38)
  7. Auld Lang Syne (Roud 13892) (3.40)
  8. Hey How Johnie Lad (Roud 7148; G/D 7:1351) (3.39)
  9. Mary Morison (Roud V18242) (2.51)
  10. The Dusty Miller (Roud 5959) (2.30)
  11. It Was A' for Our Rightfu' King (Roud 5789) (4.05)
  12. Sae Flaxen Were Her Ringlets (Roud V8460) (3.25)

> Folk Music > Records > Jean Redpath: The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 3 & 4

The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 3 & 4

Jean Redpath: The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 3 & 4 (Creentrax CDTRAX 115)

The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 3 & 4
Jean Redpath

Volume 3: Philo Records PH 1071 (LP, USA, 1981)
Volume 4: Philo Records PH 1072 (LP, USA, 1981)
Philo Records CD PH 1188 (CD, USA, 19xx)
Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 115 (CD, UK, March 1996)

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Researched and arranged by Serge Hovey;
Produced by Drake Mabry;
Recorded by Charles Eller at Earth Audio Techniques, N. Ferrisburg, VT, December 1980;
Notes by Esther Hovey

Musicians

Jean Redpath, vocals;
Elizabeth Metcalfe, piano

The Alcott Ensemble:
Elizabeth Clendenning, Louise Griggs, violins;
Marilyn Greenly, viola;
Melissa Brown, cello

Rick Presson, double bass;
Jane Ambrose, flute;
Ken LaRoche, alto flute;
Drake Mabry, pennywhistle, oboe;
Chapin Kaynor, French Horn;
William Storandt, timpani;
Tina Tourin, harp;
Bill Bosworth, tenor vocals;
James Chapman, bass vocals

Tracks

Volume 3Volume 4
  1. The Lass o' Ecclefechan (Roud V31027) (1.11)
  2. The Banks o' Doon (Roud 13889) (2.00)
  3. The Slave's Lament (Roud V29702) (3.39)
  4. O Fare Ye Weel My Auld Wife (1.24)
  5. The Bells of Mauchline (Roud V25071) (3.05)
  6. Duncan Davison (Roud 8689) (2.12)
  7. The Ploughman (Roud 5582) (1.37)
  8. Phillis the Fair (Roud V687) (2.49)
  9. The Deuk's Dang o'er My Daddie (Roud 8948) (1.06)
  10. Will Ye Go to the Indies, My Mary (Roud V16277) (2.34)
  11. Song, Composed in August (Roud 6936) (4.11)
  12. The Reel o' Stumpie (Roud 7252; G/D 7:1398) (2.27)
  13. Green Grow the Rashes, O (Roud 2772; G/D 7:1297) (3.30)
  1. O, Can Ye Labor Lea (2.31)
  2. Wha Is That at My Bower Door? (Roud V7696) (3.12)
  3. Address to the Woodlark (Roud V12463) (1.38)
  4. A Long Winter Night (2.04)
  5. There Grows a Bonie Brier-Bush (Roud 6173) (4.29)
  6. The Taylor Fell Thro' the Bed (Roud 13597; G/D 8:1843) (2.16)
  7. Here's His Health in Water (Roud V13662) (2.53)
  8. Behold, My Love (3.56)
  9. Rattlin' Roarin' Willie (Roud 6192; G/D 4:776) (1.35)
  10. Tam Glen (Roud V5030) (4.33)
  11. Thou Hast Left Me Ever, Jamie (Roud V456) (2.45)
  12. I'll Ay Ca' in By Yon Town (Roud V12526) (3.23)

> Folk Music > Records > Jean Redpath: The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 5 & 6

The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 5 & 6

Jean Redpath: The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 5 & 6 (Creentrax CDTRAX 116)

The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 5 & 6
Jean Redpath

Volume 5: Philo Records PH 1093 (LP, USA, 1985)
Volume 6: Philo Records PH 1114 (LP, USA, 1987)
Philo Records CD PH 1189 (CD, USA, 19xx)
Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 116 (CD, UK, March 1996)

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Volume 5Volume 6

Researched and arranged by Serge Hovey;
Produced by Bob Peskin and Lynn Shevitz;
Recorded by Michael Couture at Resolution Inc., Chace Mill, Burlington in November 1983-January 1984;
Notes by Esther Hovey

Researched and arranged by Serge Hovey;
Produced by Daniel Hovey;
Executive producer Barbara Grigor;
Recorded by Brian Young at CAVA sound Workshops. Glasgow, November 1986;
Notes by Esther Hovey

Musicians

Volume 5Volume 6

Jean Redpath, vocals;
Keith Jarrett, piano;

The Alcott Ensemble:
Elizabeth Clendenning, Louise Griggs, violins;
Marilyn Johnson, viola,
Melissa Brown, cello;

Ken LaRoche, flute, alto flute, piccolo;
Rick Presson, double bass;
Susan Kynkor, French horn;
William Storandt, timpani;
David Brubaker, trumpet;
Tina Tourin, harp;
Bob Peskin, Arp 2600 synthesiser

Chorus:
Susan Bork, soprano;
Deborah Felmeth Calhoun, alto;
Lynn Shevitz, soprano and alto;
Jim Lienau, tenor;
Bob Peskin, bass

Jean Redpath, vocals;
Lawrence Glover, piano;
Daniel Hovey, musical director;

The Paragon Ensemble:
Peter Mointain, Mary MacFarlane, Peter Markham, Hugh Bradley, Lucy Cowan, violins;
Patricia Bloomfield, Michael Beeston, Ian Budd, Lucy Cowan, violas;
Philip Norris, Bill Paterson, cellos;
Ninian Perry, Graham Robb, double basses;
David Davies, flute;
Elizabeth Fyfe, oboe;
Virginia Henson, clarinet,
Kevin Anderson, recorder;
Henryk Sienkiewicz, David Price, Richard Wakeford, Kenneth Blackwood, horns;
Colin Mitchell, synthesiser;
HeatherCorbett, percussion;
Rhona Mackay, harp

Chorus:
Una Buchanan, Linda Ormiston,
Peter Bodenham, Donald Maxwell

Tracks

Volume 5Volume 6
  1. The Lea-Rig (Roud 8516) (3.02)
  2. My Collier Laddie (Roud 3787; G/D 5:991) (3.13)
  3. O, This Is No My Ain Lassie (Roud 6156) (2.08)
  4. My Nanie, O (Roud V4597) (3.52)
  5. Fragment (1.16)
  6. The Posie (Roud V17116) (3.41)
  7. The Mill, Mill O (Roud 8931) (3.54)
  8. O, Were I on Parnassus Hill (Roud V31751) (4.37)
  9. The German Lairdie (Roud 2573) (1.27)
  10. The Battle of Sherra-Moor (Roud V20455) (2.57)
  11. Lament of Mary Queen of Scots (Roud V28725) (7.55)
  12. You're Welcome, Willie Stewart (2.50)
  1. Killiecrankie (Roud 8187) (1.50)
  2. Galloway Tam (Roud V31014) (1.49)
  3. Strathallan's Lament (Roud V12889) (3.00)
  4. The Fornicator (1.56)
  5. Here's to Thy Health (Roud V13669) (4.12)
  6. Last May a Braw Wooer (Roud V5029) (4.22)
  7. Gloomy December (Roud V4373) (2.58)
  8. Jamie Come Try Me (Roud V25882) (3.05)
  9. The White Cockade (Roud 709) (1.19)
  10. The Cardin' O't (3.34)
  11. Sandy and Jockie (Roud 13165) (1.09)
  12. Hey, Ca' Thro' (Roud 8692) (5.51)

> Folk Music > Records > Jean Redpath: The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 7

The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 7

Jean Redpath: The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 7 (Creentrax CDTRAX 029)

The Songs of Robert Burns Volumes 7
Jean Redpath

Philo Records PH 1126 (CD, USA, 1990)
Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 029 (CD, UK, January 1990)

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Researched and arranged by Serge Hovey;
Produced by Daniel Hovey and Abby Newton;
Executive producer Esther Hovey;
Recorded by Scott Petito at NRS Recording Studio, Hurley, New York;
Assistant engineer: Aaron Hurwitz;
Notes by Esther Hovey

Musicians

Jean Redpath, vocals;
Marilyn Crispell, piano;
David Hovey, musical director;
Yuval Waldman, Bob Zubricky, violins;
Stephanie Gelfan, viola,
Abby Newton, cello;
Sue Hall, double bass;
Sarah Plant, flute;
Marcia Gates, flute, piccolo;
Joel Evans, oboe, English horn;
Peter Alexander, clarinet;
Gary Boyd, trumpet;
Roger Wendt, Kathy Eisner, French horns;
Daniel Hovey, synthesiser;
Ken Lovelett, percussion;
Nancy Brennand, harp

Chorus:
Elissa Bowen, Betty Hartman, sopranos;
Karen Deschere, Jan Evers Davies, altos;
Keith Powell, Paul Frazer, baritones;
Ron DeFesi, Alax Bialy, basses

Tracks

  1. The Mauchline Lady (3.08)
  2. O Merry Hae I Been (Roud 9745) (2.31)
  3. The Gallant Weaver (Roud V7499) (2.07)
  4. The Young Highland Rover (Roud V1186) (2.55)
  5. Cauld Is the E'enin Blast (3.46)
  6. My Father Was a Farmer (Roud 3367) (6.43)
  7. My Love She's But a Lassie Yet (Roud 8979) (3.53)
  8. Ode to Spring (2.19)
  9. O, Guid Ale Comes (1.32)
  10. The Bonie Lass of Albanie (4.48)
  11. O, For Ane-And-Twenty, Tam (Roud V20089) (2.34)
  12. Where Are the Joys? (Roud V12805) (3.40)

> Folk Music > Records > Jean Redpath: Summer of My Dreams

Summer of My Dreams

Jean Redpath: Summer of My Dreams (Creentrax CDTRAX 208)

Summer of My Dreams
Jean Redpath

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 208 (CD, UK, December 2000)

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Recorded by Scott Petitio;
Technical production by Scott Kent;
Cover photography by Jean Redpath;
Graphic design by Louise Kursmark

Musicians

Jean Redpath, vocals;
Alasdair Fraser, fiddle;
Abby Newton, cello;
Jacqueline Schwab, piano

Tracks

  1. Summer of My Dreams (4.30)
  2. Come by the Hills (2.47)
  3. Sailor’s Sweetheart (3.43)
  4. Dark Eyed Molly (2.39)
  5. Yellow on the Broom (Roud 22006) (3.26)
  6. Gipsy Lass (2.49)
  7. Bonnie Bessie Logan (Roud 21824) (2.26)
  8. Maggie Lauder (Roud 5625) (2.21)
  9. Parlez-Moi d’Amour (3.38)
  10. Alas! Poor Queen (2.12)
  11. Andy's Gone with Cattle (3.17)
  12. Willie’s Gane to Melville Castle (Roud V14105) / Mally Lee (Roud 6130) (3.04)
  13. Dumbarton’s Drums (Roud 8869) (3.54)
  14. Sweet Thames Flow Softly (3.55)
  15. The Blackbird (4.06)
  16. The Farm Auction (3.20)

Track 1 David Mallet;
Track 2 words W. Gordon Smith, music trad. Irish air Buaschaill on Eirne (Boy from the Erne);
Track 3 poem by Duncan Campbell Scott (1867-1942), music Dave Whyte;
Track 4 Archie Fisher;
Track 5 words Adam McNaughton, music trad. The Female Drummer as sung by Harry Cox;
Track 6 words Violet Jacob (1863-1946), music Dave Whyte;
Track 7, 12ab, 13 trad.;
Track 8 attributed to Francis Semple (c. 1616-1682), written c. 1642 to an existing popular air;
Track 9 Jean Lenoir;
Track 10 Marion Angus (1866-1946);
Track 11 Henry Archibald Lawson (1867-1922);
Track 14 Ewan MacColl;
Track 15 Phyl Lobl;
Track 16 Enoch Kent

> Folk Music > Records > Jean Redpath: Will Ye No Come Back Again?

Will Ye No Come Back Again?

Jean Redpath: Will Ye No Come Back Again? (Creentrax CDTRAX 334)

Will Ye No Come Back Again?
The Songs of Lady Nairne
Jean Redpath with Abby Newton

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 334 (CD, UK, February 2009)

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Recorded by Charles Eller at Earth Audio Techniques, N. Ferrisburg, Vermont, in November 1986;
Executive producers: William H. Schubart, Carol H. Ford;
Notes by Jean Redpath;
Cover photo by Louis DeCarlo;
Painting of Lady Nairne by Sir John Watson Gordon, courtesy of National Galleries of Scotland;
Graphic design by John Slavin

Musicians

Jean Redpath, vocals, guitar;
Abby Newton, cello;
David Gusakov, fiddle

Tracks

  1. The Auld Hoose (3.37)
  2. Strathearn (2.09)
  3. The Lammie (2.49)
  4. Lament of the Covenanter’s Widow (3.30)
  5. Lass of Livingstane (1.47)
  6. Will Ye No Come Back Again? (3.51)
  7. The Lass o’ Gowrie (2.26)
  8. The Rowan Tree (3.42)
  9. Caller Herrin’ (Roud 18353) (3.58)
  10. Charlie’s Landing (2.44)
  11. The Laird o’ Cockpen (2.12)
  12. The Regalia (2.50)
  13. The White Rose of June (2.02)
  14. Land o’ the Leal (Roud 8999) (3.12)