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Lynch the Box: … and More

Lynch the Box: … and More (Verlag der Spielleute CD 9809)

… and More
Lynch the Box

Verlag der Spielleute CD 9809 (CD, Germany, 1998)

Produced by Johannes Mayr;
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jürgen Treyz at artes-Studio, Esslingen in October 1998;
Photographs by Martin Fandler, Langenbaum Ww;
Graphics and layout by Johannes Mayr and Michael Hofmann

Musicians

Johannes Mayr, piano accordion [1-7, 9-11, 13], electro-acoustic hurdy-gurdy [3, 11-12], French bagpipes [5, 11], keyboards [6, 9, 12], piano [8], background vocals [5, 8, 10];
Matthias Rülke, vocals [2, 5, 8, 10-11], bouzouki [1-7, 9-13], banjo [4, 11, 13], harp [12], tin whistle [6],

with
Tom Aeby, uilleann pipes [4, 8-9, 13], flute [11-12];
Ralf Gottschald, frame drum [4], percussion [6-7, 9, 11, 13], cajon [10], drums [10];
Claus Kessler, concertina [4, 11, 13];
Jørgen W. Lang, low whistle [5, 7], guitar [6, 10, 13], background vocals [5];
Jürgen Treyz, bass guitars [4, 6-7, 9-10, 13], electric guitar [10];
Gudrun Walther, fiddle [2, 4, 8-9, 11, 13], electric violin [9]

Tracks

  1. Cliffe Hornpipe (3.00)
  2. Mary and the Soldier (Roud 2496; G/D 1:91; Henry H782) / Humours of Mosenberg (5.13)
  3. In These Circumstances (3.42)
  4. Hamiltan's / Lark in the Morning / Munster Jig jigs (5.25)
  5. Napoleon Bonaparte (Bonny Light Horseman) (Roud 1185; G/D 8:1584; Henry H122a) (5.20)
  6. Siobhán Ní Dhuibhir air / The Sock in the Studio / Whelan's / Legacy Jig jigs (4.59)
  7. Tom Doherty's / Mouth of the Tobique (4.38)
  8. Easy and Slow (6.01)
  9. Ormond Sound / More Than Ever (5.14)
  10. The Dalesman's Litany (4.57)
  11. Jack Haggerty (Roud 642; Laws C25) / Eglantine (5.28)
  12. Eleonor Plunkett (3.39)
  13. Sruthan a Chait / Hidden Love / The Pullet / Wheels of the World reels (4.57)

All tracks trad. except
Track 2b, 9b Johannes Mayr;
Track 3 Matthias Rülke;
Track 6b Jens Kommnick;
Track 10 F.W. Moorman / Dave Keddie;
Track 11b Cliff Stapleton;
Track 12 Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738);