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Kentigern

Kentigern: Kentigern (Topic 12TS394)

Kentigern
Kentigern

Topic Records 12TS394 (LP, UK, 1979)

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Recorded by Calum Malcolm at Castlesound Studios, Edinburgh;
Produced by Robin Morton;
Lettering by Jimmy McGuire;
Photography by Keith Morris;
Design by Tony Engle

Musicians

Jim Barnes, cittern, guitar, vocals;
Sylvia Barnes, vocals, dulcimer, guitar, bodhrán;
John Gagahan, whistle;
Jimmy McGuire, fiddle, banjo;
Dougie Pincock, pipes, whistle;
Sandy Stanage, cittern, guitar, banjo

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Cullen Bay / Jig o' Slurs / Seagull (4.19)
  2. The Corncrake (Roud 2736; G/D 5:945; Henry H18b) (3.57)
  3. Breton Tunes / Greenwoodside (3.52)
  4. The Weary Farmers (Roud 2181; G/D 3:391) (2.30)
  5. Pipe Major Donald McLean of Lewis / The Weavers of Newly / Kail and Pudding / Loch Roag (3.28)
  6. The Iron Horse (Roud 5843; G/D 2:239) (2.20)
  1. The Last o’ the Tinkler (4.18)
  2. Rathven Market / The Conundrum (3.03)
  3. Gin I Were Shot o’ Her (Roud 8819) (2.08)
  4. Hebridean Air / The Braes of Tulimet / The Braes of Mellinish (3.35)
  5. Wild Roving No More (Roud 1173; G/D 7:1480) (4.30)
  6. Put Me in the Great Chest / The Three Peaks of South Uist / South Uist (2.23)

All tracks trad. arr. Kentigern except
Tracks 1a, 8a Ian Duncan;
Track 1b G.S. MacLennan;
Track 1c Donald MacLeod;
Track 5a C. Williamson;
Track 5d Iain MacDonald;
Track 7 Violet Jacob, Sylvia Barnes;
Track 8b P.R. MacLeod;
Track 12b John Scott

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Scotch Measure

Scotch Measure: Scotch Measure (Topic 12TS436)

Scotch Measure
Scotch Measure

Topic Records 12TS436 (LP, UK, 1985)

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Recorded by Tony Engle at Ideal Sound Recorders, London;
Produced by Tony Engle;
Photo by Suzi Tooks;
Design by Tony Engle

Musicians

Jim Barnes, guitar, cittern, vocals;
Sylvia Barnes, vocals, dulcimer, guitar;
Andy Lavery, keyboards, vocals

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Ythanside (Roud 3783; G/D 5:951) (2.50)
  2. For A’ That (Roud 5536) (3.48)
  3. The Brewer Laddie (Roud 867; G/D 4:916) (3.00)
  4. Wild Rovin' (Roud 1173; G/D 7:1480) (3.54)
  5. The Bonnie Lad That Handles the Plough (Roud 2170; G/D 3:449) / In Praise of Ploughmen (Roud 5579; G/D 3:447) (5.13)
  1. The Swallow (5.17)
  2. The Laird of Dainty Dounby (Roud 864; G/D 7:1488) (3.02)
  3. The Calton Weaver (Roud 883; G/D 3:603; Henry H745) (3.07)
  4. The Handweaver and the Factory Maid (Roud 17771) (2.57)
  5. The Twa Magicians (Roud 1350; Child 44; G/D 2:334) (4.52)

All tracks trad. arr. Scotch Measure except
Track 6 Steve Rothero

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Sylvia Barnes: The Colour of Amber

Sylvia Barnes: The Colour of Amber (Greentrax CDTRAX 314)

The Colour of Amber
Sylvia Barnes

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX 314 (CD, UK, September 2007)

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Produced by Sandy Stanage;
Recorded by Ian McCalman at Kevock Studios, Lasswade;
Mastered at Pier House Studios, Edinburgh;
Cover painting and sleeve design by Billy Grandison

Musicians

Sylvia Barnes, vocals;
Sandy Stanage, guitar;
Jennifer Wrigley, fiddle;
Hazel Wrigley, guitar [5], piano;
Frank McLaughlin, guitar [8], smallpipes, whistle

Tracks

  1. Soo Sewin' Silk (Roud 473; G/D 8:1703) (2.54)
  2. Baltic Street (3.41)
  3. Fair Annie (Roud 42; Child 62; G/D 6:1161; Henry H126) (8.04)
  4. The Turn of the Road (4.12)
  5. Glasgow Lassie (Roud 7144; G/D 7:1320) (4.06)
  6. Lonely Waterloo (Roud 622; Laws N31) (4.54)
  7. The Colour of Amber (Roud 1716) (4.52)
  8. The End O’t (4.40)
  9. Prince Heathen (Roud 3336; Child 104; G/D 7:1497) (7.59)
  10. What Can a Young Lassie Dae Wi’ an Auld Man? (Roud 1295) (3.30)
  11. Todlen Hame (Roud 6493) (5.26)

Tracks 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 trad.;
Track 2 words Violet Jacob, music Carole Prior;
Track 4 Les Barker;
Track 6 words trad., music Dáithi Sproule;
Track 8 words Violet Jacob, music Sandy Stanage;
Track 10 Robert Burns;