> Folk Music > Records > Cross o' the Hands: Handmade

Cross o' the Hands: Handmade

Cross o' the Hands: Handmade (Coth COTHCD001)

Handmade
Cross o' the Hands

Coth Records COTH001 (UK, 1996)
Coth Records COTHCD001 (CD, UK, 1999)

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Produced by Jon Sword and Cross o' the Hands;
Recorded by Jim Rolley-Parnell;
Remixed at The Track Station, Burton-upon-Trent, in early 1999 for release on CD;
Photography by Jim Rolley-Parnell and Phil Upton;
Sleeve design by John Adams and Sarah Matthews

Musicians

Sarah Matthews: fiddle, vocals, mandolin, mandola;
Doug Eunson: melodeon, vocals;
Michelle Short: bodhrán, percussion, vocals;
John Adams: guitar, mandolin, vocals

Tracks

  1. Lord Marlborough (Roud 233) (3.12)
  2. Young Collins / The Princess Royal (3.39)
  3. The Lorry Ride (3.22)
  4. The Duchess / Trip to York / Donkey Riding (3.39)
  5. Flatbush Waltz (3.18)
  6. Flandyke Shore (Roud 2636) (3.18)
  7. The Lazy Farmer (Roud 438; Laws H13) (2.10)
  8. Good Times (5.09)
  9. The Holywell Hornpipe (2.55)
  10. Smiddybum: What Ye Wha I Met on the Screen / Ribbons of the Red Headed Girll (3.00)
  11. Hampton Caught (1.47)
  12. The Squawking Dwarf / The Camels Are Coming / Lizzie Lichine (4.07)
  13. Just Good Friends (3.09)
  14. Alan Muir: Kenmuir Off An' Awa' / The Blackthorn Stick / The Rakes of Kildare (4.24)

Tracks 1, 2ab, 4ac, 6, 9, 10ab, 11abc, 14abc trad.;
Track 3 trad., words Lisa Tubbs;
Track 4b Doug Eunson;
Track 5 Andy Statman;
Track 7 trad., Chris Wood;
Track 8, 13 John Adams;
Track 11 Sarah Matthews;
Tracks 12abc Doug Einson / Ian Wilson

> Folk Music > Records > Cross o' the Hands: Maidens Prayer

Cross o' the Hands: Maidens Prayer

Cross o' the Hands: Maidens Prayer (Coth COTHCD002)

Maidens Prayer
Cross o' the Hands

Coth Records COTHCD002 (CD, UK, 1999)

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Produced by Jon Sword and Cross o' the Hands;
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Ken MacPherson and Jon Sword at The Track Station, Burton-upon-Trent;
Photography by Phil Upton and Jim Rolley-Parnell;
Reprographics by Dean Richards;
Original artwork by Peete Wooley;
Booklet design and layout by Sarah Matthews

Musicians

Sarah Matthews: fiddle, vocals, mandola;
Doug Eunson: melodeon, vocals;
Michelle Short: bodhrán, percussion, vocals, whistle;
John Adams: guitar, guitouki, mandolin, vocals

Tracks

  1. Danby Wiske / Drops of Brandy (4.27)
  2. Borrowed Time (5.41)
  3. Journey's End / Bourée à Droite (5.02)
  4. Moth (6.54)
  5. Orange in Bloom (4.39)
  6. Waters Deep (7.50)
  7. Coal Not Dole (2.29)
  8. Good Old Land (4.30)
  9. Caught Short (3.54)
  10. Cry for Home (5.32)
  11. Maidens Prayer (7.07)

Track 1a Sarah Matthews;
Tracks 1b, 3b, 5 trad.;
Track 2 Sarah Matthews, Doug Eunson, John Adams;
Track 3a John Adams, Sarah Matthews;
Track 4 Anne Lister;
Tracks 6, 8, 10 Michelle Short, John Adams;
Track 7 Kay Sutcliffe;
Track 9 Sarah Matthews, Doug Eunson;
Track 11 Doug Eunson

> Folk Music > Records > Cross o' the Hands: Saint Monday

Cross o' the Hands: Saint Monday

Cross o' the Hands: Saint Monday (Coth COTHCD003)

Saint Monday
Cross o' the Hands

Coth Records COTHCD003 (CD, UK, 2003)

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Produced by Cross o' the Hands;
Recorded, mixed and mastered by John Adams at Chevin Studio, Derbyshire;
Mastered at Sight & Sound Music Workshop, Bolton on Dearne

Musicians

Doug Eunson: melodeon, vocals;
Michelle Short: bodhrán, djembe, vocals;
Sarah Matthews: fiddle, vocals, octave violin;
John Adams: guitar, guitouki, vocals

Tracks

  1. The Nailer's Song (7.23)
  2. Bonny Cate (6.34)
  3. All Things Are Quite Silent (Roud 2532) (7.15)
  4. The Great Derby Foot Race (4.00)
  5. The Beggin' (Roud 286; G/D 3:488) (8.20)
  6. Fill Every Glass / Les Vingerons (7.00)
  7. The Derby Miller (Roud 138; Laws Q21; G/D 3:703) (6.50)
  8. Seeing Red / The Bull Run (5.33)
  9. Derrière les Carreaux / Moninette (5.25)
  10. Fourpence a Day (Roud 2586; TYG 107) (3.25)

Track 1 Jim Boyes;
Tracks 2-3, 5, 6b, 9b trad.;
Track 4 words trad., music Colin Carter;
Track 6a John Gay, from “The Beggars's Opera”, new verse Doug Eunson;
Track 7 trad., rewritten and tune Sarah Matthews;
Tracks 8ab Sarah Matthews;
Track 9a Frederic Paris;
Track 10 trad., tune Sarah Matthews

> Folk Music > Records > Gill Redmond and Sarah Matthews: Personally Speaking

Gill Redmond and Sarah Matthews: Personally Speaking

Gill Redmond and Sarah Matthews: Personally Speaking (Coth COTHCD004)

Personally Speaking
Gill Redmond and Sarah Matthews

Coth Records COTHCD004 (CD, UK, 2006)

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Produced by John Adams, Gill Redmond and Sarah Matthews;
Recorded and mixed by John Adams at Chevin Studio, Derbyshire;
Mastered at Sight and Sound Music Workshop, Bolton on Dearne;
Photos by Pete Gritton

Musicians

Gill Redmond: cello, vocals;
Sarah Matthews: fiddle, viola, vocals

Tracks

  1. Hunt the Squirrel / Spirit of the Dance (3.13)
  2. Glwysen (The Fairest One) (5.00)
  3. Chokela och bullar (Chocolate and Buns) (5.04)
  4. Great Tom Is Cast / Christchurch (3.37)
  5. Korsbarsbiten (Cherry Tune) (4.54)
  6. The Attingham Waltz (6.03)
  7. The Derby Miller (Roud 138; Laws Q21; G/D 3:703) / The Dusty Miller (5.06)
  8. Hornipe in A / Piddellipom (4.36)
  9. The Summer's Maggot (3.06)
  10. The Motorway Mazurka (3.22)
  11. Coleg y Bifysgol Abertawe (University College Swansea) (3.46)

Tracks 1, 3-4, 7ab trad.;
Track 2 Edward James;
Track 5 Louise Schultz;
Track 6 Helena Torpy;
Track 8a Gill Redmond;
Track 8b Carina Normansson;
Track 9 Sarah Matthews;
Track 10 Jon Swayne;
Track 11 Pat Shaw

> Folk Music > Records > Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews: Proper Swell

Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews: Proper Swell

Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews: Proper Swell (Coth COTHCD005)

Proper Swell
Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews

Coth Records COTHCD005 (CD, UK, 2006)

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Arranged, engineered and produced by Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews;
Recorded at Old Hall Farm Studios, Derby;
Mastered at Sight and Sound Music Workshop, Bolton on Dearne

Musicians

Doug Eunson: melodeon, vocals;
Sarah Matthews: fiddle, viola, vocals

Tracks

  1. Belltower / New Hornpipe (5.16)
  2. Six Jolly Miners (Roud 877; TYG 61) (3.40)
  3. Mazurka de St Pierre (4.47)
  4. Will Ye Come to Flanders? (Roud 8544) (5.01)
  5. Fourpence a Day (Roud 2586; TYG 107) (6.06)
  6. La Petite Jaune (4.57)
  7. Shuffling Jack (4.08)
  8. Bending the Ferret / The Spirit of the Dance (4.30)
  9. Tha Lewks a Proper Swell Lass (4.47)
  10. French Assembly / One Sack (5.01)
  11. The Parting Glass (Roud 3004; G/D 8:1531; Henry H769) (3.14)

Track 1a Simon Care;
Track 1b Dave Shepherd;
Tracks 2, 11 trad., Sarah Matthews;
Tracks 3 Sarah Matthews;
Tracks 4, 6, 8b, 10a trad.;
Track 5 Thomas Raine, Sarah Matthews;
Track 7 Lester Simpson;
Track 8a Doug Eunson;
Track 9 Lal Wood, Richard Scollins;
Track 10 Frank Vickers

> Folk Music > Records > Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews: On Shining Wings

Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews: On Shining Wings

Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews: On Shining Wings (Coth COTHCD006)

On Shining Wings
Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews

Coth Records COTHCD006 (CD, UK, 2007)

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Arranged, engineered and produced by Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews;
Recorded at Hamblin Studios, Derby, except [3] recorded at Chevin Studios, Derbyshire;
Mixed by John Adams;
Mastered at Sight and Sound Music Workshop, Bolton on Dearne

Musicians

Doug Eunson: melodeon, vocals;
Sarah Matthews: fiddle, viola, vocals

Tracks

  1. The Ashbourne Shrovetide Football Anthem (2.24)
  2. The Roman Reel / Country Gardens (5.43)
  3. So Smile in Your Sleep (Hush) (3.25)
  4. Smugglers (RoudBS B52670) (5.37)
  5. The King of Rome (4.10)
  6. Glorious 13th / Schottische de Leon (6.33)
  7. Borneo (Song for Vic / The Blind Sailor) (3.56)
  8. The Boar's Head Carol (Roud 22229) (3.10)
  9. Borombondo / Parsou (5.45)
  10. The Derbyshire Miller (Roud 1050) (4.20)
  11. Jean / She Sleeps (5.30)

Track 1 anon., D. Atkinson;
Tracks 2ab, 8, 9ab trad.;
Track 3 J. McLean, melody trad. (The Mist Covered Mountain);
Track 4 words trad., music Ian McCalman;
Track 5 Dave Sudbury;
Track 6a Jon Swanye;
Track 6b Maxou Heintzen;
Track 7 Ken Cockrell;
Track 10 Pete Castle, trad.;
Track 11a Sarah Matthews;
Track 11b Steve Ellis

> Folk Music > Records > Cupola: Ivy

Cupola: Ivy

Cupola: Ivy (Coth COTHCD007)

Ivy
Cupola

Coth Records COTHCD007 (CD, UK, 2011)

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Produced by Oli Matthews, Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews;
Recorded and mixed by Doug Eunson at Old Hall Farm Studio, Derby;
Mastered at Sight and Sound Music Workshop, Bolton on Dearne;
Band photos by Elly Lucas;
Album artwork by Sarah Matthews

Musicians

Oli Matthews: soprano saxophone, clarinet, melodeon, cajon, vocals;
Sarah Matthews: fiddle, viola, vocals;
Doug Eunson: melodeon, hurdy-gurdy, vocals

Tracks

  1. Sing Ivy (Roud 21093; TYG 23) / Davy Lowston tune (3.36)
  2. Nue Pnues / Sunshine (5.35)
  3. Mad March / Wembury Break (5.31)
  4. Spencer the Rover (Roud 1115; TYG 3) / Roros Pulse polska (5.03)
  5. 354 (The Hungry Badger's Delight) (5.22)
  6. The Homeless Wassail (3.59)
  7. Polska Set (5.17)
  8. John Barleycorn (Roud 2141) / The Cuckoo's Nest morris dance (5.27)
  9. Kennington Jig / Mariposa (4.37)
  10. Malpas Wassail (Roud 209) (4.51)

Tracks 1, 4, 7, 8b, 10 trad.;
Track 2a Andy Cutting;
Track 2b Gregory Jolivet;
Track 3a Sarah Matthews;
Track 3b Oli Matthews;
Track 5 John Spiers;
Track 6 Ian Robb;
Track 8a words trad., music Sarah Matthews;
Track 9a John Dipper;
Track 9b Nightingale

> Folk Music > Records > DanceCupola

DanceCupola

DanceCupola (Coth)

DanceCupola
DanceCupola

Coth Records, no number (EP, UK, ca. 2012)

DanceCupola (Coth)
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Musicians

Oli Matthews: saxophones, cajon, melodeon;
Ian Wilson: mandola;
Sarah Matthews: fiddle;
Doug Eunson: melodeon;
Andy Cooper: bass guitar

Tracks

  1. Five O'Clock at the Swan / Jack Robinson (3.48)
  2. The LongWalk Home / Doodleyoudo (3.14)
  3. Old Man of the Woods / The Hall of the Mountain King (4.00)

Tracks 1a, 3a Sarah Matthews;
Track 1b trad.;
Track 2a Oli Matthews;
Track 2b W. Claeys;
Track 3b Edvard Grieg

> Folk Music > Records > Cupola:Ward: Four

Cupola:Ward: Four

Cupola:Ward: Four (Coth, no number)

Four
Cupola:Ward

Coth Records, no number (EP, UK, 2012)

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Musicians

Doug Eunson: melodeon, hurdy-gurdy, vocals;
Sarah Matthews: fiddle, viola, vocals;
Oli Matthews: saxophone, clarinet, melodeon, cajun, vocals;
Lucy Ward: vocals, concertina, guitar, percussion

Tracks

  1. Cotton Mills of Cromford (4.07)
  2. The Bone Lace Weaver (4.13)
  3. When God Dips His Pen of Love in My Heart (4.36)
  4. King of Rome (4.25)

Track 1 trad.;
Track 2 Leonard Wheatcroft, Roy Harris;
Track 3 Alison Krauss;
Track 4 Dave Sudbury

> Folk Music > Records > Sarah Matthews: As I Was Walking

Sarah Matthews: As I Was Walking

Sarah Matthews: As I Was Walking (Coth COTHCD008)

As I Was Walking
Sarah Matthews

Coth Records COTHCD008 (CD, UK, November 2012)

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Album notes

Produced by Sarah Matthews and Doug Eunson;
Recorded and mixed by Doug Eunson at Old Hall Farm Studios, Derby;
Photography by Graham Whitmore;
Sleeve artwork and design by Elly Lucas

Musicians

Sarah Matthews: vocals, violin, viola, Bridge Octave violin, cello, tenor guitar, bodhrán, light percussion

Tracks

  1. Abroad As I Was Walking (Roud 578) (4.51)
  2. The Year Turns Round Again (1.52)
  3. Stone Monkey Rapper Sword Dance Set DERT 2011: Amber’s Great Adventure / The Lizard at the Bar / Sweetness in the Cheeks (4.28)
  4. April Song (3.50)
  5. My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose (Roud 12946) (4.26)
  6. The Ballad of John Bright (4.49)
  7. Oh How That Valley Did Change (4.11)
  8. Cathy Shaw (2.10)
  9. Chelsea Morning (3.02)
  10. La Bandeau Perdu (2.04)
  11. T'Owd Brahn 'En (6.40)
  12. Julie's Chance (6.12)
  13. The Fiddle and the Drum (6.12)

Track 1 trad. arr. Sarah Matthews;
Track 2 John Tams;
Tracks 3, 6, 10, 12 Sarah Matthews;
Track 4 poem Ted Robinson, tune Jim James;
Track 5 Robert Burns arr. Nick Cutts, Sarah Matthews;
Track 7 Sarah Matthews, Mills and Chimneys, Sinfonia Viva, Jack Ross;
Track 8 Roger Watson;
Tracks 9, 13 Joni Mitchell;
Track 11 Gerald Short;

> Folk Music > Records > Cupola: Roam

Cupola: Roam

Cupola: Roam (Coth COTHCD009)

Roam
Cupola

Coth Records COTHCD009 (CD, UK, May 2015)

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Produced by Oli Matthews, Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews;
Recorded and mixed by Doug Eunson at Old Hall Farm Studio, Derby;
Sleeve design by Sarah Matthews

Musicians

Oli Matthews: clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophoen, tenox saxophone, melodeon, vocals, percussion, whistle;
Sarah Matthews: fiddle, viola, bridge Octave violin, vocals, tambour;
Doug Eunson: melodeon, hurdy-gurdy, vocals

Tracks

  1. John Appleby (Roud 1292) (3.50)
  2. Following the Old 'Oss (5.29)
  3. Dusty Keys / Tregajorran Furry / Dancing Derby Dragon (5.07)
  4. Smile in Your Sleep (Hush) / The Dream (3.44)
  5. Kissing Tree Lane / Apple Tree Games (5.44)
  6. The Ballad of John Bright (5.55)
  7. Sellinger's Round (2.45)
  8. Barrack Street (Roud 1902; Laws K42) (3.57)
  9. Ye Mariners All (Roud 1191) (1.48)
  10. Down Dale Road / Chasing the Bus (6.49)
  11. Gathering Round (4.06)
  12. A Yorkshire Pudding / The Dark Knight / Bending the Ferret (4.54)
  13. Another Christmas Song (3.31)

Tracks 1, 7-9 trad.;
Track 2 Tony Deane;
Tracks 3a, 10ab Oli Matthews;
Track 3b Neil Davey;
Tracks 3c, 5b, 6, 11 Sarah Matthews;
Track 4a Jim McLean;
Track 4b Cliff Stapleton;
Track 5a Rob Harbron;
Tracks 12abc Doug Eunson;
Track 13 Ian Anderson

> Folk Music > Records > Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews: Song and Laughter

Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews: Song and Laughter

Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews: Song and Laughter (Coth COTHCD010)

Song and Laughter
Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews

Coth Records COTHCD010 (CD, UK, 2015)

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Arranged, recorded and mixed by Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews at Old Hall Farm Studios;
Engineered and produced by Doug Eunson;
Sleeve design by Sarah Matthews

Musicians

Doug Eunson: melodeon, vocals;
Sarah Matthews: fiddle, viola, vocals, percussion

Tracks

  1. In Praise of Alcohol (2.41)
  2. Songbirds in June mazurka (4.31)
  3. The Grey Goose and the Gander (Roud 1094) (2.46)
  4. High Flyers (4.41)
  5. The Ordeal of Andrew Rose (Roud 623; G/D 1:6) (4.27)
  6. Good Ale for My Money (RoudBS B132995) (4.09)
  7. Lily Gilders (3.44)
  8. The Dutch in the Medway (2.37)
  9. Windmill at Heage (4.10)
  10. Tom Coulter’s Waltz / Treasure Trove waltzes (4.41)
  11. The Ant and the Grasshopper (3.18)
  12. Apple Tree Wassail (Roud 209) (4.24)

Track 1 words Robert W. Service, Later Collected Verse, music David Parry;
Tracks 2, 4 Sarah Matthews;
Track 3 trad. / Doug Eunson;
Tracks 5, 12 trad.;
Track 6 L. Price;
Track 7 John Tams, from the 2006 Radio Ballad Swings and Roundabouts;
Track 8 words Rudyard Kipling, music Peter Bellamy;
Track 9 words Shelley Posen, music and chorus Sarah Matthews;
Track 10a Lester Simpson;
Track 10b Steve Butler;
Track 11 Leon Rosselson

> Folk Music > Records > Maria Whatton and Sarah Matthews: The Lunar Men

Maria Whatton and Sarah Matthews: The Lunar Men

Maria Whatton and Sarah Matthews: The Lunar Men (Coth COTHCD011)

The Lunar Men
Maria Whatton and Sarah Matthews

Coth Records COTHCD011 (CD, UK, 2015)

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The Lunar Men is a collaborative and interactive performance piece centred around the extraordinary characters o f the Lunar Society, a group of dynamic inventors, experimenters, and philosophers of the Eighteenth Century. Their story is interwoven with exquisite and comic folk tales, combining Maria Whatton's rich and eloquent storytelling and Sarah Matthews' responsive musicianship and singing. Joseph Wright's paintings are brought vividly to life in the audience's imagination. Alongside Maria's skilful evocation of other worlds, Sarah brings the voice of the viola to enhance the linguistic landscape. Percussive sounds and tones create a soundscape, improvised to suit every moment. This is a celebration of friendship, collaboration, art, science, and wonder.

Musicians

Maria Whatton: storytelling;
Sarah Matthews: fiddle, viola, percussion, tenor guitar

Tracks

  1. I can see you, Sir! (1.01)
  2. Let there be Light (1.22)
  3. An Unblinking White Eye (2.27)
  4. The Cathedral Close - Anna Seward (3.59)
  5. Peter Garrick (1.06)
  6. Joseph Wright (3.18)
  7. Erasmus Darwin poetry (1.34)
  8. The Speaking Machine (1.37)
  9. The Lunar Society - The Moon Story (8.17)
  10. Welcome my Friends (1.26)
  11. Josiah Wedgewood (2.05)
  12. The Parlour - Food and Discourse (6.58)
  13. Joseph Wright Observing (1.13)
  14. The Moon Story Conclusion (1.18)
  15. That Light took hold (1.20)
  16. The Glass Vitrine (0.34)
  17. On Ropes we went (2.49)
  18. Creek of Rope (3.36)
  19. The Devil's Story (5.51)
  20. Hill of Human Bones (0.55)
  21. Dining with the Devil (0.32)
  22. The Devil's Welcome (1.16)
  23. An Agreeable Journey (1.46)
  24. Cheese and Pie (3.04)
  25. Bones and Stones (1.43)
  26. Joseph Wright Painting (1.40)
  27. Josiah Wedgewood and Robert Darwin (1.59)
  28. Time to Walk (2.25)

> Folk Music > Records > Cupola:Ward: Bluebell

Cupola:Ward: Bluebell

Cupola:Ward: Bluebell (Betty Beetroot BETTY02)

Bluebell
Cupola:Ward

Betty Beetroot Records BETTY02 (CD, UK, 18 June 2016)

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Recorded and produced by Doug Eunson at Hall Farm Studios;
Photography and artwork by Betty Beetroot Productions

Musicians

Doug Eunson: vocas, melodeon, hurdy-gurdy;
Sarah Matthews: vocals, fiddle, viola;
Oli Matthews: vocals, soprano saxophone, clarinet, cajun, alto G whistle;
Lucy Ward: vocals, guitar, harmonium

Tracks

  1. Crane Driver (2.39)
  2. Taoist Tale / Blew Bell Hornpipe (5.02)
  3. Jacob's Well (Roud 17703) (3.29)
  4. Sprig of Thyme (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180) / Playing for Thyme (4.09)
  5. Yonder Old Oak (Roud 371) (3.51)
  6. Damped in His Groove (4.43)
  7. Nowhere Man / Cotillion (4.01)
  8. Willie's Lady (Roud 220; Child 6; G/D 2:346) (5.41)
  9. Heather Down the Moor (Roud 375; G/D 5:962; Henry H177) (3.30)
  10. Squire of Tamworth (Roud 141; Laws N20; G/D 1:166; Henry H524) (4.23)
  11. Gower Wassail (Roud 209) (3.13)
  12. Normandy Orchards (6.02)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 Julie Matthews;
Track 2a Tucker Zimmerman;
Track 4b Doug Eunson;
Track 6 Geoff Convery;
Track 7a John Lennon, Paul McCartney;
Track 12 Keith Marsden

> Folk Music > Records > Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews: Chimes

Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews: Chimes

Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews: Chimes (Coth COTHCD012)

Chimes
Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews

Coth Records COTHCD012 (CD, UK, mid-November 2019)

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Arranged, recorded and mixed by Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews at Old Hall Farm Studios;
Engineered and produced by Doug Eunson;
Sleeve design and photos by Sarah Matthews

Musicians

Doug Eunson: melodeon, vocals;
Sarah Matthews: fiddle, viola, octave violin, vocals

Tracks

  1. A Song for Christmas / Midwinter Mazurka (4.28)
  2. Jacob's Well (Roud 17703) (4.50)
  3. Gaudete (2.42)
  4. The King (Roud 19109) / Majesty (4.04)
  5. Derwent Wassail (Roud 209; TYG 22) (4.20)
  6. Down in Yon Forest (Roud 1523) (4.18)
  7. Gower Wassail (Roud 209) (3.03)
  8. Boar's Head Carol (Roud 22229) (3.10)
  9. Apple Tree Wassail (Roud 209) (5.08)
  10. Another Christmas Song (3.31)
  11. Bud and Blossom (Roud 209; TYG 22) (2.51)
  12. I Saw Three Ships (Roud 700) (2.03)
  13. Sing a Song of Christmas (3.55)
  14. Sweet Chiming Bells [Nahum Tate] (Roud 936) (3.19)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 Sarah Matthews;
Tracks 4b, 13 Doug Eunson;
Track 5 words trad., tune Keith Kendrick;
Track 10 Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull);
Track 12 words trad., tune Ian Carter;
Track 14 Nahum Tate

> Folk Music > Records > Intarsia: Sistere

Intarsia: Sistere

Intarsia: Sistere (Coth COTHCD013)

Sistere
Intarsia

Coth Records COTHCD013 (CD, UK, 2 October 2020)

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Arranged, recorded and mixed by Doug Eunson and Sarah Matthews at Old Hall Farm Studios;
Additional engineering on track 15 by Dave Sturt and Sarah Matthews;
Photography by Mel Biggs;
Sleeve design by Sarah Matthews

Musicians

Jo May, balafon, tan tan, cajon, conga, pandeiro, spoons, sansola, bodhrán, bass drum, Renaissance drum, assorted foot pedals and hand-held percussion instruments;
Sarah Matthews: vocals, fiddle, viola, octave violin, tenor guitar

with
Frances Watt: flute [8]

Tracks

  1. Mam Tor (4.14)
  2. Les Doigts De Carmen / Round the Corner (4.02)
  3. I Once Had a Sprig of Thyme (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180) / Playing for Thyme (4.05)
  4. See No Evil / Hear No Evil / Speak No Evil (3.40)
  5. Double Figures (4.19)
  6. The Barmaid's Song (3.08)
  7. The Silk Mill Jig / From Shuttle to Clog (4.17)
  8. Always a Smile (4.45)
  9. Wooden Boat (4.21)
  10. Le Bandeau Perdu / Time For Tea (4.35)
  11. Lost At Dusk (3.09)
  12. Running Through Tall Grass (4.47)
  13. Amber's Great Adventure / The Lizard at the Bar / Sweetness in the Cheeks (3.44)
  14. Somewhere in Between (4.36)
  15. Sol Sistere (5.35)

Tracks 1, 5, 8, 11, 14 Jo May;
Track 2a Evelyne Girardon;
Track 2b Andy Cutting;
Track 3a trad.;
Track 3b Doug Eunson;
Tracks 4abc, 7ab, 10ab, 13abc, 15 Sarah Matthews;
Track 6 Bill Caddick;
Track 9 Take That, Billy Mann;
Track 12 Jaime RT;

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Other records with Doug Eunson and/or Sarah Matthews

Jo Freya's Lal Waterson Project (No Masters NMCD27) Jo Freya's Lal Waterson Project, Lal, CD, No Masters NMCD27, 2007

The Ram Company, Waltzers & Wonders, CD, Ada ADA112CD, 2008

Mills and Chimneys, Songs of Derbyshire, digital download, Fleet Arts, 2010

Brian Peters, Gritstone Serenade, CD, Pugwash UG CD 008, 2010

David Gibb, There Are Birds in My Garden, CD, Hairpin HAIRPIN001, 2011

Pecsaetan, At One With the Bells, CD, Seville House SEVCD02, 2011

David Gibb, Letters Through Your Door, CD, Hairpin HAIRPIN005, 2014

Mills and Chimneys, The Common Thread, CD, Hairpin, 2015

Moirai, Sideways, CD, WildGoose WGS410CD, 2015

Various, The Tale of Ale—Revisited, CD, Free Reed FRRR 19, 2015

Moirai, Here & Now, CD, WildGoose WGS421, 2017

Moirai: Framed: The Alice Wheeldon Story (WildGoose WGS433CD) Moirai, Framed: The Alice Wheeldon Story, CD, WildGoose WGS433CD, 8 November 2019