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Hen Party: “Nobody Here But Us…”

Hen Party: “Nobody Here But Us…” (WildGoose WGS289CD)

“Nobody Here But Us…”
Hen Party

WildGoose Studios WGS289CD (CD, UK, 1998)

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Produced by Paul Sartin;
Recorded by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherewell, Hampshire;
Cover design by Davis Watson;
Cover artwork by John Rushton

Musicians

Alison Muir, Heather Bradford, Sarah Morgan, vocals

Tracks

  1. The Wind and the Rain (Roud 8; Child 10; G/D 2:213) (2.02)
  2. Cape Breton Lullaby (3.23)
  3. The Shores of Jordan (3.03)
  4. The L&N Don't Stop Here Anymore (2.41)
  5. Hushabye My Laddie (3.09)
  6. If I Was a Blackbird (Roud 387; Henry H79) (4.42)
  7. Sea Invocation / Tarry Trousers (Roud 427) (5.05)
  8. Flanders Tommy (3.25)
  9. Normandy Orchards (5.05)
  10. The Wife of the Soldier (2.09)
  11. Bonnie Susie Cleland (Roud 45; Child 65) (5.57)
  12. Till the Spring Comes on the River (2.55)

Tracks 1, 6, 7ab, 11 trad. arr. Sarah Morgan, Heather Bradford, Alison Muir;
Track 2 Kenneth Leslie;
Track 3 Iris Dement;
Track 4 Jean Ritchie;
Track 5 Peggy Seeger;
Track 7a translation from Manx Gaelic by Mona Douglas;
Track 8 Mick Ryan;
Track 9 Keith Marsden;
Track 10 Bertolt Brecht, Patrick John O'Hara Scott;
Track 12 John Tams

> Folk Music > Records > Hen Party: The Heart Gallery

Hen Party: The Heart Gallery

Hen Party: The Heart Gallery (WildGoose WGS311CD)

The Heart Gallery
Hen Party

WildGoose Studios WGS311CD (CD, UK, 2002)

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Produced by Paul Sartin;
Recorded by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherewell, Hampshire;
Inside photos by Stella Taylor;
Cover photos by Bob Naylor (Harris Naylor Asociates);
Cover artwork by Jenny Muncaster (The Colour Factory)

Musicians

Heather Bradford, Sarah Morgan, Alison Muir, vocals

Tracks

  1. Come From the Heart (1.58)
  2. All Things Are Quite Silent (Roud 2532) (2.21)
  3. Railway Widow's Blues (3.01)
  4. Down the Long Road (2.58)
  5. William Taylor (Roud 158; Laws N11; G/D 1:169; Henry H231, H757) (2.46)
  6. Blanche Comme la Neige (4.00)
  7. Greenwood Laddie (Roud 2123) (3.25)
  8. Love Is the Sweetest Thing (2.51)
  9. Somewhere Along the Road (3.13)
  10. How Do I Look? (2.28)
  11. The Blacksmith (Roud 816) (3.23)
  12. Chocolate Song (3.31)
  13. Harriet Tubman (3.05)
  14. Now I 'as to Call 'im Father (3.06)
  15. Keep You in Peace (3.22)
  16. Waltzing's for Dreamers (3.45)

Track 1 Susanna Clark, Richard Leigh;
Tracks 2, 5-7, 11 trad.;
Track 3 John Warner;
Track 4 Bob Davenport;
Track 8 Ray Noble;
Track 9 Rick Kemp;
Track 10 Claire Chapman;
Track 12 Marcus Turner;
Track 13 Walter Robinson;
Track 14 Ada Jones;
Track 15 Sarah Morgan;
Track 16 Richard Thompson

> Folk Music > Records > Craig Morgan Robson: Peppers & Tomatoes

Craig Morgan Robson: Peppers & Tomatoes

Craig Morgan Robson: Peppers & Tomatoes (Reiver RVRCD06)

Peppers & Tomatoes
Craig Morgan Robson

Reiver RVRCD06 (CD, UK, May 2005)

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Produced by Paul Sartin;
Recorded by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherewell, Hampshire;
Inside photos by Stella Taylor;
Cover photos by Bob Naylor (Harris Naylor Asociates);
Cover artwork by Jenny Muncaster (The Colour Factory)

Musicians

Moira Craig, Carolyn Robson, vocals;
Sarah Morgan, vocals, concertina

with
Anna Tabbush, fiddle;
Andy Johnson, piano

Tracks

  1. Bannero (Roud 397; Laws P15; G/D 2:333) (3.41)
  2. Peppers and Tomoatoes (4.35)
  3. When the Snows of Winter Fall (6.02)
  4. Minnie of Shirva's Cradle Song (2.45)
  5. The Besom Maker (Roud 910) (3.33)
  6. Kilkerran Shepherd (2.46)
  7. The Laily Worm (Roud 3968; Child 36) (4.56)
  8. Fare Thee Well, My Dearest Dear (Roud 1035) (4.04)
  9. Low Down in the Broom (Roud 1644) (4.08)
  10. Farewell He (Roud 1034, 803; Henry H504) (2.41)
  11. Keep You in Peace (3.54)
  12. Blow the Wind Southerly (Roud 2619) (3.41)
  13. The Leaves of Life (Roud 127) (3.10)
  14. Rob 'Em All (2.58)
  15. Only Remembered (Roud 7557) (4.52)

All tracks trad. except
Track 2 Ralph McTell;
Track 3 Graeme Miles;
Track 6 words Bernard Fergusson, from Lowland Soldier, music Sarah Morgan;
Track 11 Sarah Morgan

> Folk Music > Records > The Askew Sisters & Craig Morgan Robson: The Axford Five

The Askew Sisters & Craig Morgan Robson: The Axford Five

The Askew Sisters & Craig Morgan Robson: The Axford Five (WildGoose WGS364CD)

The Axford Five
Songs collected from five Hampshire women
The Askew Sisters & Craig Morgan Robson

WildGoose Studios WGS364CD (CD, UK, 2009)

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Traditional English songs collected by George Gardiner from five woman singers in Axford, Hampshire

Produced and recorded by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, Wherwell, Hampshire

The Original Singers

Emma Jane Hopkins (aged 28 in 1907) [1, 7, 12];
Marty Munday (aged 55 in 1907) [2, 4-5, 10];
Sarah Goodyear (aged 72 in 1907) [3, 6, 8-9, 15];
Charlotte Hall (aged 71 in 1907) [11, 14];
Elizabeth Randall (aged 50 in 1907) [13]

CD Musicians

Emily Askew, vocals [1], fiddle [1-4, 6-7, 9-11, 14-15];
Hazel Askew, vocals [1, 4, 7, 10-11, 14], chorus vocals [15], melodeon [1-2, 4, 6-7, 9, 15], harp [14];
Moira Craig, vocals [1, 3, 5, 8, 12, 15];
Sarah Morgan, vocals [5-6, 8, 11-13], chorus vocals [15];
Carolyn Robson, vocals [1-2, 5, 8-9, 12], chorus vocals [15]

Tracks

  1. The Gypsy Laddie (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278; Henry H124) (2.45)
  2. He Was Under My Window (Roud 2463) (2.44)
  3. Long Lankie (Roud 6; Child 93; G/D 2:187; Henry H735) (3.08)
  4. Down in Fleet Street (Roud 218; Laws P30; G/D 2:210) (2.52)
  5. Bold William Taylor (Roud 158; Laws N11; G/D 1:169; Henry H231, H757) (2.41)
  6. Lord Derwentwater (Roud 89; Child 208) (3.26)
  7. An Old Man Came Courting Me (Roud 210) (2.39)
  8. The Lowlands of Holland (Roud 484; G/D 6:1116; Henry H180) (3.08)
  9. Abroad As I Was Walking (Roud 564; Laws P18; G/D 6:1188) (4.48)
  10. Beautiful Nancy (Roud 18525) (3.40)
  11. Tarry Trousers (Roud 427) (2.31)
  12. Down the Lane (Roud 607) (3.06)
  13. A Famous Farmer (Roud 18; Laws M32) (4.18)
  14. Sweet Lovely Joan (Roud 592) (2.36)
  15. The Trooper's Horse (Roud 1613) (2.57)

All tracks trad.

> Folk Music > Records > Sarah Morgan and Jeff Gillett: The Flowers and the Wine

Sarah Morgan and Jeff Gillett: The Flowers and the Wine

Sarah Morgan and Jeff Gillett: The Flowers and the Wine (Forest Tracks FTM CD1)

The Flowers and the Wine
Sarah Morgan (1948-2013) and Jeff Gillett

Forest Tracks FTM CD1 (CD-R, UK, 2012)

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Recorded live in front of an invited audience at The White Lion, Wherwell, Hampshire, in February 2012;
Recording, mastering and artwork by Paul Marsh

Musicians

Sarah Morgan, vocals [1-4, 6-9], concertina [5];
Jeff Gillett, vocals [5], guitar

Tracks

  1. The Broomfield Wager (Roud 34; Child 43; G/D 2:322; Henry H135) (3.52)
  2. William Taylor (Roud 158; Laws N11; G/D 1:169; Henry H231, H757) (2.51)
  3. The Flowers and the Wine (3.31)
  4. The Golden Willow Tree (Roud 122; Child 286; G/D 1:37)
  5. Jimmy and Nancy (Roud 551; Laws N8; G/D 1:63; Henry H561) (3.31)
  6. Seven Summers (3.00)
  7. The Grey Mare (Roud 680; Laws P8; G/D 4:761) (2.38)
  8. Lord Bateman (Roud 40; Child 53L; G/D 5:1023; Henry H470) (6.36)
  9. All My Sailors (3.29)

All racks trad. arr. Sarah Morgan, Jeff Gillett except
Track 3 Pete Atkin, Clive James;
Track 6 Dave Goulder;
Track 9 Gordon Bok

> Folk Music > Records > Sarah Morgan: Only Remembered

Sarah Morgan: Only Remembered

Sarah Morgan: Only Remembered (WildGoose WGS402CD)

Only Remembered
Sarah Morgan (1948-2013)

WildGoose Studios WGS402CD (CD, UK, 2013)

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Produced by Paul Sartin;
Recorded by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherewell, Hampshire;
Inside photos by Stella Taylor;
Cover photos by Bob Naylor (Harris Naylor Asociates);
Cover artwork by Jenny Muncaster (The Colour Factory)

Tracks

  1. Through the Groves (Roud 1046) (4.57)
  2. Seven Summers (3.05)
  3. The Wind and the Rain (Roud 8; Child 10; G/D 2:213) (2.09)
  4. Farm Dog (3.10)
  5. Keep You in Peace (3.23)
  6. The Lonely Lemming (3.16)
  7. Home Lads Home (3.39)
  8. View the Land (2.51)
  9. Sprig o' Thyme (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180) (4.03)
  10. In the Wild Wood (3.39)
  11. Low Down in the Broom (Roud 1644) (4.11)
  12. The Guist Ploughman (3.00)
  13. Lord Bateman (Roud 40; Child 53L; G/D 5:1023; Henry H470) (6.44)
  14. Cottage Garden Trees (3.56)
  15. Lord Derwentwater (Roud 89; Child 208) (3.26)
  16. Night Visit Song (3.54)
  17. The Flowers and the Wine (3.38)
  18. Only Remembered (5.10)
  19. Somewhere Along the Road (3.22)

Tracks 1, 3, 9, 11, 13, 15-16, 18 trad.;
Track 2 Dave Goulder;
Track 4 Frank Mansall, Sarah Morgan;
Tracks 5, 8, 14 Sarah Morgan;
Track 6 Les Barker, Julie Astin;
Track 7 Cicely Fox-Smith, Sarah Morgan;
Track 10 Graham Moore;
Track 12 Mike Barber;
Track 18 Pete Atkin, Clive James;
Track 19 Rick Kemp

Tracks 1, 4, 6 are from New Wood (with Mary Eagle, Neil Stanford, Keith Marsden, Helen Hockenhull);
Tracks 2, 17 are from Sarah Morgan and Jeff Gillett: The Flowers and the Wine (Forest Tracks FTM CD1, 2012);
Track 3 is from Hen Party: Nobody Here But Us (WildGoose WGS289CD, 1998);
Track 5 is from Hen Party: The Heart Gallery (WildGoose WGS311CD, 2002);
Track 7 recorded for the show A Day's Work (1995);
Track 8 is from Bread and Roses: Mr Fox's Garden Dragon);
Tracks 9, 19 are home demos;
Tracks 10, 14 recorded at WildGoose for a friend but never released;
Tracks 11, 18 are from Craig Morgan Robson: Peppers and Tomatoes (Reiver RVRCD06, 2005);
Track 12-13 are from Craig Morgan Robson: Hummingbird's Feather (Reiver RVRCD10);
Track 15 is from The Askew Sistes & Craig Morgan Robson: The Axford Five (WildGoose WGS364CD, 2009);
Track 16 is from Craig Morgan Robson: Stranded (Reiver RVRCD08, 2006);