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Tom Shepley's Band: How Do You Do?

Tom Shepley's Band: How Do You Do? (Traditional Sound TSR 031)

How Do You Do?
Tom Shepley's Band

Traditional Sound Recordings TSR 031 (LP, UK, 1978)
Epona Records EPO 014 (CD, UK, 2015)

Tom Shepley's Band: How Do You Do? (Epona EPO 014)
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Musical direction by Brian McNeill;
Recorded by Brian Horsfall;
Original sleeve design by Frank Hicklin;
Digital transfer and remastering by John Constantine;
CD bonus track recorded and produced by Dave Howard, remastered by Martin Hadden;
CD booklet design by Mike Billington

Musicians

Pat Knowles, electric piano [1-2, 4, 8-10, 12], harmonium [1-8, 10-12], lead vocals [3, 6-7, 9, 11];
Jamie Knowles, fiddle [1, 3, 5-6, 8-10, 12-13], mandola [4, 12], cittern [2, 7, 11], vocals [6];
Nan Trench, flute [1-2, 5, 8, 10-12], concertina [3-4, 6-9, 12], vocals [6];
Martin Colledge, tenor banjo [1, 6, 8, 10], cittern [1, 4, 7-8, 11-12], guitar [6, 9], mandolin [10], mandola [2], whistle [3, 5, 8, 12], bodhrán [10, 12], vocals [6];

with
Ian Stewart, side drum [5];
Nick Denneley, recorder [10];
Gill McKay, keyboard, vocals [13];
Sam McGrady, fiddle [13]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Richard Dwyer's / The Perthshire Volunteers / Oh, She's Coming (3.16)
  2. The White Joak / The Wakefield Jigg (3.04)
  3. The Collier Lass (Roud V7863) (5.23)
  4. The Stockport Hornpipe (The Quay Side) / Remember Me (3.05)
  5. Not a Swan on the Lake (3.58)
  6. Gee Cross Fair / How Do You Do? (2.16)
  1. The Mottram Bellringers (2.29)
  2. The First New Dutch Skippar / Black Mary's Hornpipe (4.25)
  3. Mottram Wakes (3.20)
  4. The Lilting Fisherman / The Priest in His Boots / Father Kelly's No. 1 (3.48)
  5. The Dundee Lassie (2.12)
  6. Drummond's Favourite / The Arran Boat / The Earl of Lauderdale (4.32)
CD Bonus Track
  1. Factory Doll (3.38)

All tracks trad. except
Track 6a words anon., tune Bob. Bethsworth;
Track 7 words anon., tune Jamie Knowles;
Track 9 words Samuel Cottrill, tune Jamie Knowles;
Track 11 words Mary Brooksbank, tune trad.

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Pat Knowles: Standard Settings

Pat Knowles: Standard Settings (Fellside FE024)

Standard Settings
Pat Knowles

Fellside Recordings FE024 (LP, UK, 1980)
New Ways Records DiB 1701 (LP, Germany, 198x)

Pat Knowles: Standard Settings (New Ways DiB 1701)
Pat Knowles: Standard Settings (Epona EPO 015)

Epona Records EPO 015 (CD, UK, 2015)

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Recorded at Cargo Studios, Rochdale by Colin Richardson and John Brierley;
Produced by Brian McNeill;
Production master by Paul Adams;
Illustration by Edmund Blood;
Artwork by Mary Blood

Musicians

Pat Knowles, acoustic and electric pianos, pedal organ, Crumer performer, Godwin organ, Jen synthtone;
Jamie Knowles, fiddle, mandolin;
Nan Trench, concertina, flute;
Martin Colledge, banjo, electric guitar;
Brian MacNeill, mandolin, bouzouki;
Gary Walsh, flute, whitle, vocals;
Ian Stewart, snare drum, bodhrán, lagerphone, spoons

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Glafis (1.35)
  2. O'Connel's Welcome / Bob & Joan / Is Meath Le Nora (3.15)
  3. Spring Gardens / Aire / Old Noll's Jig (3.19)
  4. Planxty Dillon / Captain O'Kane (4.10)
  5. Mary (2.41)
  6. Slap & Kiss / Daniel Wright's (4.39)
  1. The Northern Lass / Dusty Miller (3.13)
  2. The French Revolution (2.10)
  3. Mary Young & Fair / Logan Water (3.09)
  4. The Rattler (2.43)
  5. In Praise of Red Hair (2.42)
  6. Loch Earn / Tullymet Hall / Marry Me Now (3.06)
  7. Love Me Little, Love Me Long (1.44)

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 4ab Turlough O'Carolan;
Track 5 Pat Knowles;
Track 11 Brian McNeill