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Robert Cinnamond: You Rambling Boys of Pleasure

Robert Cinnamond: You Rambling Boys of Pleasure (Topic 12T269)

You Rambling Boys of Pleasure
Traditional Ballads and Songs from Ulster
Robert Cinnamond (1884-1968)

Topic Records 12T269 (LP, UK, 1975)

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Tracks [1, 4, 14-15] recorded by Diane Hamilton, probably in Co. Antrim, probably in 1961;
Tracks [2, 5-13] recorded by Sean O'Boyle, probably in Co. Antrim, in August 1955;
Track [3] recorded by Proinsias Ó Conluain in 1966, courtesy of Radio Telefis Eireann;
Produced for Topic by A.L. Lloyd and Tony Engle;
Notes by Proinsias Ó Conluain;
Sleeve design by Tony Engle;
Photograph by P.H. Emerson, “Snipe Shooting” supplied by the Central Library, Norwich

Musicians

Robert Cinnamond, vocals

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. You Rambling Boys of Pleasure (Roud 386) (3.45)
  2. Van Diemen’s Land (Roud 519; Laws L18; G/D 2:252) (4.55)
  3. You Ribbonmen of Ireland (Roud 3081) (1.00)
  4. The Rich Shipowner’s Daughter (Roud 64; Child 100; G/D 5:999; Henry H221) (5.20)
  5. Napoleon Bonaparte (Roud 3084) (3.40)
  6. The Weaver (Roud 3085) (0.40)
  7. Youghal Harbour (Roud 2734; Henry H503) (2.30)
  1. The Beggarman (Roud 3080) (4.05)
  2. Fly Up, My Cock (Roud 179; Child 248; Henry H699) (2.05)
  3. I’m a Rambling Youth (Roud 3083) (3.15)
  4. The Aghalee Heroes (Roud 6546) (2.30)
  5. 'Twas Early Early All in the Spring (Roud 152; Laws M1; G/D 1:51) (4.40)
  6. Young Willie Reilly (Roud 714; Laws N38; G/D 5:1033; Henry H76) (2.20)
  7. Drowsy Maggie lilted reel (0.37)
  8. The Old Man Rocking the Cradle (Roud 357) (3.43)

All tracks trad.

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Roisín White: 'Tis Pretty to Be in Ballinderry

Roisín White: 'Tis Pretty to Be in Ballinderry (Belfast Traditional Music and Dance Society IRB32)

Roisín White:
'Tis Pretty to Be in Ballinderry
Robert Cinnamond 1884-1968

Belfast Traditional Music and Dance Society IRB 32 (2 CD, Ireland, 8 March 2019)

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This booklet with two CDs is a tribute to Robert Cinnamond on the 50th anniversary of his death. The first CD is a reissue of his Topic LP You Rambling Boys of Pleasure. The second CD features songs from Cinnamond's repertoire sung by Northern Irish singers.

Tracks [1, 4, 14-15] recorded by Diane Hamilton, probably in Co. Antrim, probably in 1961;
Tracks [2, 5-13] recorded by Sean O'Boyle, probably in Co. Antrim, in August 1955;
Track [3] recorded by Proinsias Ó Conluain in 1966, courtesy of Radio Telefis Eireann;
Track 16 recorded at Empty Sea Studios, Seattle, USA, in 2012;
Tracks 17-30 recorded, mixed and mastered at RedboxStudio, Belfast, in 2018

Musicians

Robert Cinnamond, vocals [1-15];
Len Graham, vocals [16, 23];
Brian O hAirt, vocals [16];
Roisín White, vocals [17, 21, 25, 30];
Méabh Meir, vocals [18, 24];
Maurice Leyden, vocals [19, 26, 28];
Jennifer Orr, vocals [20, 27];
Jane Cassidy, vocals [22, 29]

Tracks

CD 1: You Rambling Boys of PleasureCD 2: 'Tis Pretty to Be in Ballinderry
  1. You Rambling Boys of Pleasure (Roud 386) (3.45)
  2. Van Diemen’s Land (Roud 519; Laws L18; G/D 2:252) (4.55)
  3. You Ribbonmen of Ireland (Roud 3081) (1.00)
  4. The Rich Shipowner’s Daughter (Roud 64; Child 100; G/D 5:999; Henry H221) (5.20)
  5. Napoleon Bonaparte (Roud 3084) (3.40)
  6. The Weaver (Roud 3085) (0.40)
  7. Youghal Harbour (Roud 2734; Henry H503) (2.30)
  8. The Beggarman (Roud 3080) (4.05)
  9. Fly Up, My Cock (Roud 179; Child 248; Henry H699) (2.05)
  10. I’m a Rambling Youth (Roud 3083) (3.15)
  11. The Aghalee Heroes (Roud 6546) (2.30)
  12. 'Twas Early Early All in the Spring (Roud 152; Laws M1; G/D 1:51) (4.40)
  13. Young Willie Reilly (Roud 714; Laws N38; G/D 5:1033; Henry H76) (2.20)
  14. Drowsy Maggie lilted reel (0.37)
  15. The Old Man Rocking the Cradle (Roud 357) (3.43)
  1. [LG, BOh] Blow ye Winds (Roud 1778; G/D 6:1102) (3.36)
  2. [RW] Sea Apprentice (Roud 1671; Henry H739) (3.46)
  3. [MM] Reilly the Fisherman (Roud 270; Laws M8; G/D 1:22; Henry H468) (4.47)
  4. [ML] The Irish Privateer (Roud 6997) (5.16)
  5. [JO] 'Tis Pretty to Be in Ballinderry (Roud 2983; Henry H80) (4.38)
  6. [RW] Brennan on the Moor (Roud 476; Laws L7; G/D 2:258) (2.45)
  7. [JC] Siúil a ghrá (Roud 911) (3.01)
  8. [LG] Young Willie O Reilly (Roud 714; Laws N38; G/D 5:1033; Henry H76) (4.08)
  9. [MM] Gathering Mushrooms (Roud 7001) (2.11)
  10. [RW] Canadee-I-O (Roud 309; Henry H162) (3.29)
  11. [ML] The New Tramway (Roud 6988) (3.20)
  12. [JO] Maid of Seventeen (Roud 2958; Henry H144) (3.32)
  13. [ML] Green Grows the Laurel (Roud 279; G/D 6:1138; Henry H165ab, H624) (3.03)
  14. [JC] If I Was a Blackbird (Roud 387; Henry H79) (4.06)
  15. [RW] The Rich Ship-Owner’s Daughter (Roud 64; Child 100; G/D 5:999; Henry H221) (4.20)

All tracks trad. except
Track 16 Joseph Bryan Geoghegan;
Track 27 Hugh McWlliams (c.1783-1831

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Other records with Robert Cinnamond

Various Artists, Sailormen and Servingmaids (The Folk Songs of Britain Vol. 6), LP, Caedmon TC1162, 1961; Topic 12T194, 1970

Various Artists, Fair Game and Foul (The Folk Songs of Britain Vol. 7), LP, Caedmon TC1163, 1961; Topic 12T195, 1970

Various Artists, A Soldier's Life for Me (The Folk Songs of Britain Vol. 8), LP, Caedmon TC1164, 1961; Topic 12T196, 1970

Various Artists, A Story I'm Just About to Tell (The Voice of the People Vol. 8), CD, Topic TSCD658, 1998

Various Artists, As Me and My Love Sat Courting (The Voice of the People Vol. 15), CD, Topic TSCD665, 1998

Various Artists, It Fell on a Day, a Bonny Summer Day (The Voice of the People Vol. 17), CD, Topic TSCD667, 1998