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Root & Branch 1: A New World

Root & Branch 1: A New World (EFDSS / Impress RB01)

Root & Branch 1: A New World
Various Artists

EFDSS / Impress RB01 (CD, UK, 1999)

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Tracks

  1. Cara Dillon: Van Diemen's Land (Roud 519; Laws L18; G/D 2:252) (4.24)
    recorded by Colm O'Rourke at the University of Westminster, September 1999
  2. Enoch Kent: Van Diemen's Land (Roud 519; Laws L18; G/D 2:252) (4.09)
    from The Exiles: Freedom Come All Ye (Topic 12T143, 1966)
  3. A.L. Lloyd: Jim Jones at Botany Bay (Roud 5478) (3.09)
    from The Great Australian Legend (Topic 12T203, 1971)
  4. Fred Whiting: The Wild Colonial Boy (Roud 677; Laws L20; Henry H750) (3.27)
    from Songs Sung in Suffolk Vol. 2 (Veteran VT102, ca. 1987)
  5. Fred Whiting, fiddle: Harkie's Polka (1.50)
    from The Earl Soham Slog (Topic 12TS384, 1978)
  6. Johnny Doughty: The Streets of Port Arthur (Roud 2; Laws Q26; G/D 7:1404; Henry H680) (2.37)
    from Round Rye Bay for More (Topic 12TS324, 1977)
  7. Almeda Riddle: Tom Sherman's Barroom (Roud 23650; Laws B1) (3.23)
    recording courtesy of Minstrel Records / Jerry Epstein, 1977
  8. Doc Watson: St. James's Hospital (Roud 2; Laws Q26/B1; G/D 7:1404; Henry H680) (3.32)
    music supervised by Ralph Rinzler, 1964; recording courtesy of Vanguard Records
  9. Melcena Smith and Elias Fazer: The Butcher Boy (Roud 409; Laws P24) (4.20)
    recorded by Stephen Storm Roberts, 1982; recording courtesy of Original Music
  10. I.D. Beck and congregation of the Mt. Oliver Old Regular Baptist Church, Blackey, Kentucky: Poor Pilgrim of Sorrow (Roud 5425) (4.59)
    recorded by Alan Lomax and Shirley Collins, 1959; from Southern Journey 4: Brethren We Meet Again (Rounder CD 1704)
  11. Evelyn Ramsey: Little Margaret (Roud 253; Child 74; G/D 2:337) (2.46)
    recorded by Mike Yates, August 1980; recording courtesy of Mike Yates
  12. Doug Wallin: Tom Dula (Roud 4192) (2.42)
    recorded by Mike Yates, May 1983; recording courtesy of Mike Yates
  13. Cathal McConnell: The Shores of Lough Bran (Roud 9658) (2.46)
    recorded by Mike Couture, 1974; recording courtesy of Boys of the Lough
  14. Paul Brady: The Green Fields of Canada (Roud 2290) (6.00)
    recorded by Hugh Murphy at Birdland, Bucks, 1985; recording courtesy of Abirgreen Ltd.
  15. Walter Pardon: Won't You Come to Me in Canada? (Roud 13634) (2.42)
    recorded by Mike Yates, August 1978; recording courtesy of Mike Yates
  16. Carl Bruce: I Been a Swede from North Dakota (Roud 9845) (1.46)
    recorded by Märta Ramsten and Uno Myggan Ericsson; recording courtesy of Caprice Records
  17. Frank Hinchliffe: The Pear Tree (Roud 1713) (2.11)
  18.  — : Edward (Roud 200; Child 13) (2.44)
  19.  — : Wild and Wicked Youths (Roud 221) (4.09)
    all three from In Sheffield Park (Topic 12T143, 1966)
  20. Helen Chadwick: Who Am I? [Robert Graves, Helen Chadwick] (2.39)
    recorded by Jon Wilkinson at The Steam Rooms, 1997

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Root & Branch 2: Everybody Swings

Root & Branch 2: Everybody Swings (EFDSS / Impress RB02)

Root & Branch 2: Everybody Swings
Various Artists

EFDSS / Impress RB02 (CD, UK, 2000)

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Tracks

  1. George Webb's Dixielanders: The Soldier's Lament (2.38)
    private studio, London 1947; courtesy of Lake Records
  2. Margaret Barry: She Moved Through the Fair (Roud 861; Henry H141) (4.58)
    The Bedford Arms, Camden Town, London, 1957 or 1958; recorded by Bill Leader; recording courtesy of Topic Records
  3. Lord Kitchener: London Is the Place for Me (Roud V27723) (0.50)
    Empire Windrush, London, c. June 21, 1948; recording courtesy of British Pathé plc.
  4. Lord Kitchener, acc. by Rupert Nurse and his Trinidad Troubadours: Sweet Jamaica (2.42)
    London, late 1948; recording courtesy of National Sound Archive
  5. Soundbite: Wizz Jones (0.23)
    recorded by Judith Gregory, February 2000
  6. Chicago Bill (Big Bill Broonzy): Five Foot Seven (3.04)
    London, September 24, 1951
  7. Michael Gorman and Willie Clancy: The Rambling Pitchfork / Fasten the Legging (3.13)
    recorded by Ewan MacColl, Croydon 1955; from Her Mantle So Green (Topic TSCD474, 1994)
  8. Ken Colyer Skiffle Group: The Midnight Special (4.08)
    Düseldorf, 1959; recording courtesy of Mike Dine and 505 Records
  9. Soundbite: Ted Poole (0.30)
    recorded by Judith Gregory, January 2000
  10. Scan Tester and Rabbity Baxter: Jenny Lind (2.03)
    recorded by Ken Stubbs, Balcombe, Sussex, 1962; from Rig-a-jig-jig (The Voice of the People Volume 9, Topic TSCD695, 1998)
  11. Ewan MacColl: Go Down Ye Murderers (3.27)
    recorded by Bill Leader, London 1959; from Chorus from the Gallows (Topic 12T16, 1960)
  12. Sing Christmas and the Turn of the Year (edited) (5.35)
    recorded on December 25, 1957; from Sing Christmas and the Turn of the Year (Rounder 11661-1850-2, 2000)
  13. Cyril Poacher: Australia (Roud 1488) (2.19)
    recorded by Tony Engle, Blaxhall 1974; from The Broomfield Wager (Topic 12T252, 1975)
  14. Bobby Casey: The College Grove / Colonel Frazer reels (3.55)
    recorded by Bill Leader and Reg Hall, Camden Town, November 29, 1967
  15. Soundbite: Marjorie Fennessy (0.27)
    recorded by Doc Rowe, February 2000
  16. Square Dance Band of the EFDSS: Roxburgh Castle / The Durham Rangers (3.15)
    recorded for HMV, London, 1949, under the auspices of the EFDSS
  17. Soundbite: Tony Foxworthy (0.16)
    recorded by Doc Rowe, September 1999
  18. The Haymakers Square Dance Band: The Ring Dance: Gilderoy / Dorsetshire Hornpipe (3.04)
    recorded by HMV, 1952, under the auspices of the EFDSS
  19. Jimmy Shand and his Band: Bonnie Dundee / Rock and Wee Pickle Tow / Atholl Gathering (3.26)
    recorded for Parlophone, Glasgow, 1947
  20. Jane Turriff: Rigs of Rye (Roud 985; Laws O11; G/D 5:1054) (3.55)
    recorded by Allan Palmer, West Church Hall, Kinross, 1979
  21.  — : Dowie Dens o' Yarrow (Roud 13; Child 214; G/D 2:215) (6.27)
    recorded by Peter Cooke and Akiko Takamatsu, Mintlaw, 1979; both from Singin Is Ma Life (Springthyme SPRCD 1038, 1996)
  22.  — : Away Out on the Mountain (Roud 15887) (4.11)
    recorded by Linda Headlee and Alison McMorland in Fetterangus, Aberdeenshire, 1975; courtesy of Tom McKean
  23. Walter and Daisy Bulwe, Billy Cooper, Reg Hall, Mervyn Plunkett and Russell Wortley: Bluebell Polka (3.04)
    recorded by Bill Leader, Shipdham, Norfolk, 1962; from English Country Music (Topic 12T296, 1976)