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Jock Tamson's Bairns

Jock Tamson's Bairns (Temple TP 002)

Jock Tamson's Bairns
Jock Tamson's Bairns

Temple Records TP 002 (LP, UK, 1980)

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Recorded and produced by Robin Morton at Temple Records Studios;
Sleeve design by Jack Evans and Norman Chalmers

Musicians

Tony Cuffe, vocals, guitar, whistle, tiplé;
John Croall, vocals, bodhrán;
Rod Paterson, vocals, mandola;
Adam Jack, fiddle, vocals;
Ian Hardie, fiddle, vocals;
Norman Chalmers, concertina, whistle;
Jack Evans, guitar, mandolin, overtone low D whistle, whistle, melodeon, moothie

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Arthur Bignold of Lochrosque / Hugh MacDonald / Sandy Duff (4.05)
  2. The Birken Tree (Roud 5069; G/D 4:802) (2.45)
  3. The Hieland Soldier / Mullindhu (4.20)
  4. The Skyeman's Jig (3.09)
  5. Jenny Dang the Weaver (Roud 2595; G/D 4:911) (2.30)
  6. Brave Lewis Roy / Wantonness (4.52)
  1. Cathkin Braes (2.35)
  2. Clarke Saunders (Roud 3855; Child 69) (4.23)
  3. Miss Grace Hay's / The Shepherdess / In Dispraise of Whisky (3.22)
  4. The Hills of Perth / Mrs MacDougall (4.59)
  5. Sae Will We Yet (Roud 5611; G/D 3:552) (5.10)

All tracks trad. arr. Jock Tamson's Bainrs except
Track 1a John MacColl;
Track 1b John MacKay;
Track 4 trad., parts 3 & 4 Duncan Johnstone;
Track 6b attributed to Robert Burns arr. Jock Tamson's Bainrs;
Track 9c Niel Gow arr. Jock Tamson's Bainrs;
Track 11 words trad., music Tony Cuffe

> Folk Music > Records > Jock Tamson's Bairns: The Lasses Fashion

Jock Tamson's Bairns: The Lasses Fashion

The Lasses Fashion (Topic 12TS424)

The Lasses Fashion
Jock Tamson's Bairns

Topic Records 12TS424 (LP, UK, 1982)

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Recorded at Castlesound Studios, Pencaitland, East Lothian;
Recording engineer Calum Malcolm;
Produced by Jock Tamson's Bairns;
Sleeve design by James Hutcheson;
Back cover photograph by Gus Campbell

Musicians

Ian Hardie, fiddle [1, 4-8, 10], viola [1, 3-5, 9], bass [2, 5, 10], vocals [2, 6];
John Croall, bodhrán [1, 5-7, 10], vocals [2, 9], whistle [4, 6], bones [7, 9];
Jack Evans, guitar [1, 4-7], flute [2], cittern [3, 10], mandolin [5], bass [7], melodeon [9];
Derek Hoy, fiddle [1-10];
Norman Chalmers, concertina [1-5, 7, 10], whistle [1-2, 5-6], piano [9];
Rod Paterson, mandola [1, 5-7, 9], guitar [2-4, 8, 10], vocals [2, 4, 6, 8], cittern [7], trump [9]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Lasses Fashion / Robin / Merry Nicht under the Tummel Brig (3.20)
  2. The Braes o’ Balquhidder (Roud 541; G/D 4:862) (3.08)
  3. Greig’s Strathspey / Miss Wharton Duff (4.20)
  4. When the King Comes O'er the Water (Lady Keith’s Lament) (Roud V42891) (4.55)
  5. The Gates of Edinburgh / O’er Bogie / Mrs Gordon of Uvie (3.00)
  1. Tibbie Fowler (Roud 5504; G/D 8:1691) (3.25)
  2. Strathspey: The Shetland Fiddlers Society / Grant’s Reel / Gladstone’s Reel (3.45)
  3. The Laird o’ Drum (Roud 247; Child 236; G/D 4:835) (5.49)
  4. Kempy Kaye (Roud 32; Child 33; G/D 7:1505) (3.49)
  5. Donald, Willy and His Dog / Peter MacKinnon of Skeabost (3.18)

All tracks trad. arr. Jock Tamson's Bairns except
Track 1b Peter McClements;
Track 5c William Marshall;
Track 7a Ronnie Cooper;
Track 10a Pipe Major Donald Morrison;
Track 10b Dr. John N. MacAskill

> Folk Music > Records > Jock Tamson's Bairns: A' Jock Tamson's Bairns

Jock Tamson's Bairns: A' Jock Tamson's Bairns

 A' Jock Tamson's Bairns (Greentrax CDTRAX 112)

A' Jock Tamson's Bairns
Jock Tamson's Bairns

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 112 (CD, UK, 1996)

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Thisis a compilation of all but one track from the above two albums, Jock Tamson's Bairns and The Lasses Fashion.

Musicians

see the above albums

Tracks

From The Lasses FashionFrom Jock Tamson's Bairns
  1. The Lasses Fashion / Robin / Merry Nicht under the Tummel Brig (3.20)
  2. The Braes o’ Balquhidder (Roud 541; G/D 4:862) (3.08)
  3. Greig’s Strathspey / Miss Wharton Duff (4.20)
  4. When the King Comes O'er the Water (Lady Keith’s Lament) (Roud V42891) (4.55)
  5. The Gates of Edinburgh / O’er Bogie / Mrs Gordon of Uvie (3.00)
  6. Tibbie Fowler (Roud 5504; G/D 8:1691) (3.25)
  7. Strathspey: The Shetland Fiddlers Society / Grant’s Reel / Gladstone’s Reel (3.45)
  8. The Laird o’ Drum (Roud 247; Child 236; G/D 4:835) (5.49)
  9. Kempy Kaye (Roud 32; Child 33; G/D 7:1505) (3.49)
  10. Donald, Willy and His Dog / Peter MacKinnon of Skeabost (3.18)
  1. Arthur Bignold of Lochrosque / Hugh MacDonald / Sandy Duff (4.05)
  2. The Birken Tree (Roud 5069; G/D 4:802) (2.45)
  3. The Hieland Soldier / Mullindhu (4.20)
  4. The Skyeman's Jig (3.09)
  5. Jenny Dang the Weaver (Roud 2595; G/D 4:911) (2.30)
  6. Brave Lewis Roy / Wantonness (4.52)
  7. Cathkin Braes (2.35)
  8. Clarke Saunders (Roud 3855; Child 69) (4.23)
  9. Miss Grace Hay's / The Shepherdess / In Dispraise of Whisky (3.22)
  10. The Hills of Perth / Mrs MacDougall (4.59)

> Folk Music > Records > Jock Tamson's Bairns: May You Never Lack a Scone

Jock Tamson's Bairns: May You Never Lack a Scone

May You Never Lack a Scone (Greentrax CDTRAX 206)

May You Never Lack a Scone
Jock Tamson's Bairns

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 206 (CD, UK, 2001)

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Produced by Jock Tamson's Bairns;
Recorded by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios, Pencaitland, East Lothian;
Photograph by Robin Gillanders;
Cover artwork by Michael McVeigh;
Sleeve design by Mad Design

Musicians

Ian Hardie, vocals [1, 3, 7, 9, 13], fiddle [1-13], baritone fiddle [13], fiddlesticks [13], double bass [8], feet [6];
John Croall, vocals [1, 3, 7, 11, 13], bodhrán [1-2, 4, 6, 10, 12], whistle [3, 5, 8, 10], bones [6, 8], feet [6];
Derek Hoy, fiddle [1-4, 6-13], baritone fiddle [5, 11], feet [6];
Norman Chalmers, baritone concertina [1-2, 4, 11], treble concertina [2, 4, 11], concertina [6, 8-10, 12-13], melodeon [7], whistle [2, 4-5, 7, 12-13], mouth organ [3, 13], bass drum [1], percussion [2], bodhrán [13], feet [6];
Rod Paterson, vocals [1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13], guitar [1-5, 8-13], trump [13], bones [6, 13], feet [6]

Tracks

  1. Gude Claret / Wee Hieland Laddie song and march (3.02)
  2. Prince Charlie's March / Joy Gae Wi' My Love / Ho Mo Chaileagan jigs (4.03)
  3. Braes o’ Gleniffer (Roud V5009) (4.21)
  4. Macgregor of Ruara / The King's House retreat marches (4.59)
  5. Bogie's Bonnie Belle (Roud 2155; G/D 7:1396) (4.43)
  6. The Back of the Change House / Miss Girdle / The Bristly Beard / Barney's Balmoral strathspey and reels (3.21)
  7. Woo'd and Married and A' (Roud 7159; G/D 7:1370) (4.03)
  8. Loch Etive Side / South Uist Golf Club / The Country Girl and the Hungarian Fiddler / Mrs Willie Wastle air, strathspey and reels (6.51)
  9. Dusty Miller (Roud 5959) / Wee Willie Gray (Roud V5050) (3.38)
  10. Duncan McNeill's Farewell to Melfort / Boc Liath Nan Gobhar (The Grey Buck) / The Rock and the Wee Pickle Tow marches (4.20)
  11. Johnny Sangster (Roud 2164; G/D 3:407) (3.40)
  12. The Unreel / Les Trois Grands Luthers airs (5.55)
  13. Donal Don (Roud 13125) / Piper's Cave march (3.47)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1a Allan Ramsay;
Track 3 Robert Tannahill;
Track 7 Alexander Ross;
Track 8b Lachlan MacCormick;
Tracks 8c, 12a Ian Hardie;
Track 9ab Robert Burns;
Track 10a Captain N. A. McNeill;
Track 11 William Scott;
Track 12b James Scott Skinner

> Folk Music > Records > Jock Tamson's Bairns: Rare

Jock Tamson's Bairns: Rare

Rare (Greentrax CDTRAX 266)

Rare
Jock Tamson's Bairns

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 266 (CD, UK, 2005)

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Produced by Jock Tamson's Bairns;
Recorded by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios, Pencaitland, East Lothian;
Photos by Mario Gulisano and Catriona Rioch;
Cover artwork from painting “A9, Night” by Kate Downie;
Layout by John Slavin at DesignFolk

Musicians

Ian Hardie, vocals [1, 5, 8, 10, 12], fiddle [1-12], double bass [2-4, 7, 9-10];
John Croall, lead vocals [3, 8, 10, 12], vocals [1, 5], bodhrán [1-10], whistle [4, 11-12], bones [7];
Derek Hoy, fiddle [2-11], baritone fiddle [1, 4, 9, 12];
Norman Chalmers, jew's harp [1], concertina [2, 4-7, 9, 11], whistle [7-9, 11], low whistle [4], harmonica [10, 12], triangle [10];
Rod Paterson, lead vocals [1, 5, 12], vocals [8, 10], guitar [1-12], jew's harp [2, 10]

Tracks

  1. Blythe, Blythe and Merry Was She (Roud 6123) (3.30)
  2. Scotch Cap (Edinburgh Castle) slow air / The Faerie Boys of Leith march / The New Way to Edinburgh (Women's Work Will Never Done) reel / The Leith Scots Measure (5.38)
  3. Fause Knicht on the Road (Roud 20; Child 3) (3.04)
  4. Coire Mhic Fhearchair (McFarquhar's Corrie) slow air / The Fishertown Jig / The Iona Hop jigs / The Iona Shuffle reel (5.40)
  5. The Bonnie Earl o' Moray (Roud 334; Child 181) (4.55)
  6. The Mull Waltz waltz / Castle Stalker march (4.16)
  7. Da Grocer / Pottinger’s Compliments to Ronnie Cooper / The Marquis of Huntly’s Reel reels (4.12)
  8. Aye Waukin' O (Roud V16870) (4.27)
  9. The Grave of the Unknown Clansman slow air / The Highlands of Banffshire / Trip to Skye strathspeys / Logie Bridge reel (5.44)
  10. The Soor Milk Cairt (Roud 6336; G/D 5:956) (4.08)
  11. Baba Mo Leanabh (Baba My Baby) air (3.25)
  12. The Bogend Hairst (Roud 3090; G/D 3:348) (3.50)

All tracks trad. arr. Jock Tamson's Bairns except
Tracks 4abcd, 9ad Ian Hardie;
Track 7a Tom Anderson;
Track 7b John Pottinger;
Track 7c William Marshall;
Track 8 trad. attr. Robert Burns;
Track 10 Tom Johnston