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Stuart Negus: Feast

Stuart Negus: Feast (Mighty Oak Music MOM001)

Feast
Stuart Negus

Mighty Oak Music MOM001 001 (CD, UK, 2009)

Produced by Nigel Stonier;
Engineered and mixed by Simon Cullwrick at The Motor Museum, Liverpool in 2008/9;
except [11] recorded and produced by Carl Stipetic at In-a-City, Bradford in 2006;
Mastered by Mike Cave at Loft Mastering, Liverpool;
Cover art: Reading Foxes by Julianna Swaney;
Design by Kelly Morgan

Musicians

Stuart Negus, vocals [1-12], acoustic guitar [2-5, 7, 9], harmonica [6];
Nigel Stonier, piano [1-3, 10], acoustic guitar [1-5, 7-10, 12], electric guitar [5-6, 9], bass [2-3, 5-7, 9-10], ukulele [3, 8], dulcimer [4], backing vocals [10];
Michael McGoldrick, flute [1], whistles [4, 12], uilleann pipes vocals [4];
Liz Hanks, cello [1, 3, 5-8];
Mark Creswell, electric guitar [2, 4, 10];
Roy Martin, drums [2-7, 9-10], percussion [7, 10];
John Kirkpatrick, melodeon [2, 10], concertina [8, 12];
Clare ‘Fluff’ Smith, violin [4, 9-10, 12], viola [4, 10, 12];
Thea Gilmore, ‘shadow’ vocals [1], choir of angels [3];
Edwina Hayes, backing vocals [2, 7], choir of angels [3-4];
Sarah Dickson, backing vocals [4-5, 9];
Carl Stipetic, piano [11], keyboard ‘strings’ [11]

Tracks

  1. May I Walk (3.58)
  2. The Only One (3.39)
  3. For Shining Eyes (4.20)
  4. Autumn Girl (4.13)
  5. Not Love Perhaps (3.31)
  6. Two Crows (3.08)
  7. New Beginning (4.05)
  8. A Poison Tree (2.36)
  9. All Is Glory (3.20)
  10. Walls (3.42)
  11. Pretty Legs (3.51)
  12. Over the Hills and Far Away (3.30)

All songs written by Stuart Negus except
Track 1 inspired by a Navajo poem; song translated by Jerome K. Rothenberg;
Track 5 words A.S.J. Tessimond, music Stuart Negus;
Track 8 words William Blake, music Stuart Negus