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Laurel Swift and Friends: Beam

Laurel Swift and Friends: Beam (Necta Arts NECTACD001)

Beam
Laurel Swift and Friends

Necta Arts NECTACD001 (CD, UK, 2005)

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Recorded by Matt Nelson of Nelsound Music;
Mixed and produced by Robert Harbron;
Sleeve design by Wayne Davies

Musicians

Laurel Swift, fiddle, vocals

with
John Dipper, fiddle [2, 4-5, 9];
Miranda Rutter, fiddle, viola [1, 4-5];
Jackie Oates, fiddle, vocals [1, 5];
Saul Rose, melodeons [6];
Nic Hurst, tuba [1, 4];
Jon Brenner, trombone [1, 4];
Chantal Nappen, trumpet [1, 4];
Glyn Hawke, clarinet [1, 4];
Lauren McCormick, vocals [1];
Fiona Taylor, fiddle [1]

The Gloworms [3, 7, 10-11] are:
Jon Brenner, piano accordion;
Colin Cotter, banjo;
Laurel Swift, fiddle, vocals

Vocals on [8] :
Laurel Swift, Miranda Rutter, Jackie Oates, Judy Hardman, Mal Ricketts, soprano;
Lauren McCormick, Chantal Nappen, Fiona Taylor, alto;
Frances Watt, Sue Swift, tenor;
Robert Harbron, Jon Brenner, Glyn Hawke, bass

Tracks

  1. Willie of Winsbury (Roud 64; Child 100; G/D 5:999; Henry H221) (2.57)
  2. [John Dipper & Laurel Swift] Return of the Bourree / The Bourree Strikes Back / Bourree a Boscatel (4.37)
  3. [The Gloworms] Barham Down / The Yellow Joak (3.44)
  4. The Meeting of Minds (3.15)
  5. [Quartet] An Awhesyth / An Dufunyans (3.53)
  6. [Laurel Swift & Saul Rose] Glorishears / All the World / The Willow Tree / Banks of the Dee (6.10)
  7. [The Gloworms] Reilly the Fisherman (Roud 270; Laws M8; G/D 1:22; Henry H468) (3.44)
  8. Midsummer Carol (4.45)
  9. [John Dipper & Laurel Swift] Old Minehead Hobby Horse Tune / French Tune / Sweet Jenny Jones (3.16)
  10. [The Gloworms] The Bold Fisherman (Roud 291; Laws O24; G/D 4:834) (4.22)
  11. [The Gloworms] Battered Hake / Jon O'Groats (4.22)

All tracks trad. except
Track 8 Laurel Swift;
Track 11a Colin Cotter;
Track 11b Jon Brenner

> Folk Music > Records > The Gloworms: Running Joak

The Gloworms: Running Joak

Running Joak (EFDSS CD14)

Running Joak
The Gloworms

EFDSS CD14 (CD, UK, 2007)

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Recorded by Matt Nelson of Nelsound Music;
Mixed and produced by Matt Nelson and The Gloworms;
Sleeve design by Wayne Davies

Musicians

Jon Brenner, piano accordion;
Colin Cotter, banjo, stompbox;
Laurel Swift, fiddle, vocals, clogs

Tracks

  1. The Battered Hake Polka / Jon O'Grouts 32-bar polka (5.10)
  2. The Tank / Mr Cosgill's Delight 16-bar stephop (4.41)
  3. Kit White's I / Kit White's II 32-bar polka (3.53)
  4. Don Juan One / William Taylor's Tabletop Hornpipe 32-bar rantstep (4.54)
  5. Serpentiner och Konfetti 32-bar stephop (3.39)
  6. Barham Down / The Yellow Joak / The Go! of London City 3/2 double hornpipes (5.31)
  7. Horses Never Smile 32-bar jig (3.45)
  8. Cuddly House 32-bar waltz (4.13)
  9. Llama Riding / Dr Faustus's Tumbler 32-bar polka (4.57)
  10. Trip to Nobody's / Herbert the Sherbet 32-bar jig (3.59)
  11. Julian and Sandy Are Bronze / The Battery Hornpipe 32-bar stephop (7.34)

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 1a, 4a, 6c, 9a, 10a, 11a Colin Cotter;
Track 4b Dave Shepherd;
Track 5 Mats Edén;
Track 7 Jackie Oates;
Track 8 Jon Brenner;
Track 10b Martin Ellison;
Track 11b Laurel Swift

> Folk Music > Records > Gadarene: Gadarene

Gadarene: Gadarene

Gadarene W30353)

Gadarene
Gadarene

Gadarene W30353 (CD EP, UK, 2009)

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Performed, recorded and produced by Gadarene;
Mixed by Nick Wyke;
Mastered by Matt Bernard

Musicians

Nick Wyke, fiddle;
Matt Norman, mandolin;
Laurel Swift, double bass;
Si Paull, drums

Tracks

  1. The Beast (A Trip to Namptwich) (5.00)
    200 Favourite Country Dances, 1730
  2. Tom Mellins (4.12)
    Original Lancashire Hornpipes, 1705
  3. Trip to Cartmel (4.56)
    Browne Family Manuscript, 1800
  4. HA187 (4.56)
    Henry Atkinson Manuscript, 1694
  5. Handsome Ploughboy (4.52)
    O'Neill's Music of Ireland, 1850, put into A minor by Graham Jenkins

> Folk Music > Records > Gadarene: Volume One: 1694-2011

Gadarene: Volume One: 1694-2011

Gadarene: Volume One: 1694-2011 (Gadarene XC1527)

Volume One: 1694-2011
Gadarene

Gadarene XC1527 (CD EP, UK, 2011)

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Performed and produced by Gadarene;
Recorded by Nick Marshall at Brightsound Studios in August 2011;
Mixed by Nick Wyke;
Mastered by Jay Auborn at ABS;
Photography by Paul Brierley

Musicians

Nick Wyke, fiddle;
Matt Norman, mandolin;
Jon Dyer, flute;
Laurel Swift, double bass;
Si Paull, drums

Tracks

  1. Alister (4.36)
  2. Barley Raking (3.57)
    James Winder Manuscript, 1834-1842
  3. The Triumph (3.14)
    John Old Manuscript, 1808
  4. Tom Mellins (4.08)
  5. Ffather Be the Welcomer (5.12)
  6. Charles (5.02)

> Folk Music > Records > Ben Moss & Laurel Swift

Ben Moss & Laurel Swift

Ben Moss & Laurel Swift (Ben Moss & Laurel Swift A73041)

Ben Moss & Laurel Swift
Ben Moss & Laurel Swift

Ben Moss & Laurel Swift A73041 (CD EP, UK, July 2014)

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Recorded and produced [1, 3] by Stephen MacLachlan at 27thlettermusic;
Design by Matt Brassington;
Photos by Sue Swift

Musicians

Ben Modd, fiddle, melodeon, vocals;
Laurel Swift, fiddle, vocals

Tracks

  1. No Money (Roud 16897) (5.43)
  2. Northern Nancy (3.42)
  3. Highwayman Bold (Roud 2637; Laws L1; G/D 2:266; Henry H51) (5.41)
  4. Happy Daze (4.00)
  5. Indiana (3.42)

Tracks 1-3 trad. arr Ben Moss, Laurel Swift;
Track 4 Laurel Swift;
Track 5 Andy Mitchell

> Folk Music > Records > Gadarene: Volume Two: Live in 2016

Gadarene: Volume Two: Live in 2016

Gadarene: Volume Two: Live in 2016 (Gadarene C41128)

Volume Two: Live in 2016
Gadarene

Gadarene C41128 (CD, UK, October 25, 2016)

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Performed and produced by Gadarene;
Recorded live at The David Hall, South Petherton, Somerset;
Engineered by Jamie Pryke and Puxley Audio;
Mixed by Nick Wyke;
Mastered by Super Audio Mastering;
Live photos by James Findlay;
David Hall photos by Polly Meyrick

Musicians

Nick Wyke, fiddle;
Matt Norman, mandolin;
Jon Dyer, flute, melodica;
Laurel Swift, double bass;
Si Paull, drums

Tracks

  1. An Italian Rant (5.43)
    Playford, 1657
  2. The King's Head Hornpipe (4.12)
    Humphrey Senhouse Manuscript, 1748
  3. Trip to Cartmel (4.09)
    Browne Family Manuscript, 1800
  4. Barley Raking (3.39)
    James Winder Manuscript, 1834-1842
  5. Dubstep – Lord Kelly's Reel (3.02)
    William Winter Manuscript, 1848
  6. HA187 (4.56)
    Henry Atkinson Manuscript, 1694
  7. Oyster Wife's Rant (6.03)
    A Favourite Collection of Tunes with Variations Adapted for Northumberland Small Pipes, John Peacock, 1800-1810
  8. Pretty Miss's Fancy (5.13)
    Twenty Four Country Dances for the Year 1748, by T. Davis
  9. The Triumph (3.12)
    John Old Manuscript, 1808
  10. The Folly of Youth (5.59)
    Two Hundred Favourite Country Dances, Volume 8, by John Jonson 1758