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Are Ye Sleeping Maggie

The Tannahill Weavers: Are Ye Sleeping Maggie (Hedera HRCD 101)

Are Ye Sleeping Maggie
The Tannahill Weavers

Plant Life Records PLR 001 (LP, UK, 1976)
Hedera Records HRCD 101 (CD, UK, 1993)

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Produced by Nigel Pegrum;
Recorded by Colin Bateman at Acorn Studios, Stonesfield, Oxford;
Cover design and artwork by Peter Wagstaff design, Stevenage;
Digitally remastered by Phil Smillie at Pier House Studios, Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1991, engineer Peter Haigh

Musicians

Roy Gullane: guitar, tenor banjo, mandolin, vocals;
Hudson Swan: bouzouki, vocals, fiddle, glockenspiel, mandolin;
Dougie MacLean: fiddle, mandolin, vocals, guitar, tenor banjo;
Phil Smillie: flute, whistle, vocals, bodhrán

Tracks

Side 1

  1. Are Ye Sleeping Maggie (Roud 4897) (4.50)
  2. Ferrickside (Roud 4010; Child 183) (2.20)
  3. Galley of Lorne (3.30)
  4. Birnie Bouzle (Roud 3343; G/D 4:876) (2.35)
  5. Cam Ye By Athol (Bonnie Prince Charlie) (Roud 24348) (8.00)

Side 2

  1. Hugaibh Oirbh (4.40)
  2. The Gypsy Laddie (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278; Henry H124) (3.10)
  3. My Love’s in Germanie (Roud V39245) (6.50)
  4. The Overgate (Roud 866) (2.00)
  5. Ca’ the Yowes (Roud 857; G/D 5:1014; Henry H175) (4.45)

All tracks trad. arr. Tannahill Weavers except
Track 1 Robert Tannahill arr. Tannahill Weavers;
Track 10 Robert Burns arr. Tannahill Weavers

> Folk Music > Records > The Tannahill Weavers: The Old Woman’s Dance

The Old Woman’s Dance

The Tannahill Weavers: The Old Woman’s Dance (Hedera HRCD 102)

The Old Woman’s Dance
The Tannahill Weavers

Plant Life Records PLR 010 (LP, UK, 1978)
Hedera Records HRCD 102 (CD, UK, 1993)

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Produced by Nigel Pegrum;
Recorded by Ashley Brigdale and Ron Eve at Free Range Studios, London;
Cover design and artwork by Peter Wagstaff design, Stevenage;
Remixed and digitally remastered by Phil Smillie at Pier House Studios, Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1991, engineer Peter Haigh

Musicians

Roy Gullane: guitar, tenor banjo, vocals;
Hudson Swan: bouzouki, glockenspiel, harmonium, foot bass, vocals;
Phil Smillie: whistles, flutes, bodhrán, vocals;
Mike Ward: fiddle, guitar, vocals;
Alan MacLeod: bagpipes, whistles, flutes, bodhrán, assorted chanters

Tracks

LP Side 1

  1. The Deil’s Awa’ Wi’ th’ Exciseman (Roud 16787) (2.55)
  2. Cam Ye O’er Frae France (Roud 5814; G/D 1:120) (2.26)
  3. Cameron McFadgen / The Humors of Cork / The Skyman’s Jig (4.45)
  4. Gloomy Winter’s Noo Awa’ (Roud V703) (4.29)
  5. Wha’ll Dance Wi’ Wattie / Traditional / Pipe Major George Allan (3.35)

LP Side 2

  1. The McGregors (5.02)
  2. Bonnie Was Yon Rosie Briar (6.03)
  3. The Laird o’ Cockpen (Roud 2859) (2.58)
  4. The Irish Washerwoman / The Cook in the Kitchen / Miss Girdle (4.04)

All tracks trad. arr. Tannahill Weavers except
Tracks 1, 7 Robert Burns arr. Tannahill Weavers;
Track 4 Robert Tannahill arr. Tannahill Weavers;
Track 6 words Alexander Wardrop, music Hamish Imlach

Hedera CD (different track order)

  1. Cameron McFadgen / The Humors of Cork / The Skyman’s Jig (4.37)
  2. The Deil’s Awa’ Wi’ th’ Exciseman (Roud 16787) (2.45)
  3. Bonnie Was Yon Rosie Briar (5.52)
  4. Cam Ye O’er Frae France (Roud 5814; G/D 1:120) (2.14)
  5. Wha’ll Dance Wi’ Wattie / Traditional / Pipe Major George Allan (3.26)
  6. The Laird o’ Cockpen (Roud 2859) (2.49)
  7. The Irish Washerwoman / The Cook in the Kitchen / Miss Girdle (3.59)
  8. Gloomy Winter’s Noo Awa’ (Roud V703) (4.24)
  9. The McGregors (5.00)

> Folk Music > Records > The Tannahill Weavers: The Tannahill Weavers

The Tannahill Weavers

The Tannahill Weavers: The Tannahill Weavers (Plant Life PLR 017)

The Tannahill Weavers
The Tannahill Weavers

Plant Life Records PLR 017 (LP, UK, 1979)
Green Linnet SIF 3101 (LP, USA, 1982)
Hedera Records HRCD 103 (CD, UK, 1993)

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Produced by Nigel Pegrum and the Tannahill Weavers;
Recorded by Mike Pela at Millstream Studios, and by Doug Bowie at REL, Edinburgh;
Mixed by Nigel Pegrum at Millstream Studios, engineer John Acock. Digitally remastered and tracks 2, 4-6 and 9 remixed 1991 by Phil Smillie at Pier House Studios, Edinburgh, engineer: Peter Haigh;
Sleeve concept by Bryan Grant;
Silver buckle design Norman MacLeod

Musicians

Roy Gullane: guitar, tenor banjo, vocals;
Hudson Swan: bouzouki, glockenspiel, harmonium, foot bass, vocals;
Phil Smillie: whistles, flutes, bodhrán, vocals;
Mike Ward: fiddle, guitar, vocals;
Alan MacLeod: bagpipes, whistles, flutes, bodhrán, assorted chanters

Tracks

Side 1

  1. The Geese in the Bog / The Jig of Slurs (2.59)
  2. Jock Stewart (Roud 975) (3.52)
  3. Tae the Weavers Gin Ye Gang (Roud V22409) / The Blackberry Bush (3.22)
  4. Farewell to Fiunary (Roud 2317) / Heather Island (6.12)

Side 2

  1. Willie Cummings / The Red Speckled Hen / Dalena McKay (4.34)
  2. The Merchant’s Son (Roud 2153; G/D 2:303; TYG 65) / Dr. Ross’s 50th Welcome the Argyllshire (3.39)
  3. Ned of the Hills (3.55)
  4. The Gypsy Laddie (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278; Henry H124) (2.45)
  5. Lady Mary Anne (Roud 31; Laws O35; G/D 6:1222) (4.21)

All tracks trad. arr. Tannahill Weavers except
Track 4 Norman MacLeod arr. Tannahill Weavers;
Track 9 Robert Burns arr. Tannahill Weavers

> Folk Music > Records > The Tannahill Weavers: Tannahill Weavers IV

Tannahill Weavers IV

The Tannahill Weavers: Tannahill Weavers IV (Plant Life PLR 028)

Tannahill Weavers IV
The Tannahill Weavers

Plant Life Records PLR 028 (LP, UK, 1981)
Green Linnet SIF 3102 (LP, USA, 1982)
Hedera Records HRCD 104 (CD, UK, 1993)

The Tannahill Weavers: Tannahill Weavers IV (Hedera HRCD 104)
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Produced by Nigel Pegrum;
Recorded by Dave Cook at Quest Studios, Luton, in 1980 and 1981;
Remixed and digitally remastered by Phil Smillie at Pier House Studios, Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1991, engineer Peter Haigh;
Photography by Dougie Nicolson

Musicians

Roy Gullane: guitar, tenor banjo, vocals;
Phil Smillie: whistles, flutes, bodhrán, glockenspiel, harp, vocals;
Alan MacLeod: Highland bagpipes, whistles, mandola, organ, vocals;
Les Wilson: bouzouki, mandolin, guitar, bass pedals, vocals

Tracks

Side 1

  1. Johnny Cope (Roud 2315; G/D 1:125) / The Athol Highlanders (3.43)
  2. The Trooper and the Maid (Roud 162; Child 299; G/D 7:1470) / The Sound of Sleat (3.14)
  3. I Once Loved a Lass (Roud 154; G/D 6:1198) (3.52)
  4. Paddy O’Rafferty / Sandy Duff (2.40)
  5. Auld Lang Syne (Roud 13892) (3.17)

Side 2

  1. Captain Carswell / Susan Macleod / The Cabar Feidh (4.26)
  2. The Gaberlunzie Man (Roud 212; Child 279 Appendix; Henry H810) / Mrs. Macleod of Rassey (3.10)
  3. The Terror Time (4.54)
  4. The Birken Tree (Roud 5069; G/D 4:802) (2.07)
  5. Lieutenant Maguire / Donal Maclean (3.53)

All tracks trad. arr. Tannahill Weavers except
Track 5 Robert Burns arr. Tannahill Weavers;
Track 8 Ewan MacColl

> Folk Music > Records > The Tannahill Weavers: Passage

Passage

The Tannahill Weavers: Passage (Stoof MU 7490)

Passage
The Tannahill Weavers

Stoof Records MU 7490 (LP, Netherlands, 1983)
Green Linnet SIF/GLCD 3031 (LP/CD, USA, 1984)

The Tannahill Weavers: Passage (Green Linnet GLCD 3031)
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Produced by The Tannahill Weavers;
Stoof LP and Green Linnet tracks 3, 5, 7, 9-10 recorded by Wil Hesen at Farmsound Studio, Hesum, Holland;
Other Green Linnet tracks recorded by Steve Gronback at TGS Studios, Chapel Hill, North Carolina;
Photography by Mark Edward Atkinson;
Green Linnet front cover design by Ken Mitchell, back cover by Carla Frey

Musicians

Phil Smillie: vocals, flute, whistle, bodhrán, keyboards;
Bill Bourne: vocals, bouzouki, acoustic and electric guitars, fiddle, keyboards, bass pedals;
Alan MacLeod: bagpipes, mandolin, whistle, bodhrán;
Roy Gullane: vocals, acoustic guitars, tenor banjo, mandolin

with
Hans Hollestelle: electric lead guitar [Stoof 1];
Zan MacLeod: electric lead guitar [Green Linnet 8], bass guitar [Green Linnet 6, 8]

Tracks

Stoof LP

Side 1

  1. The Coach House Reel / Marie Christine / The Coach House Reel (3.51)
  2. Lady Dysie (Roud 112; Child 269; G/D 6:1224) (4.05)
  3. Harris and the Mare (5.37)
  4. Phuktiphanno / John McKenzie’s Fancy (2.58)
  5. The Highland Laddie (Roud 2330) (4.43)

Side 2

  1. At the End of a Pointed Gun (4.53)
  2. The Flowers of Bermuda (3.27)
  3. Summer in America / Biddy From Sligo (4.13)
  4. Drink a Round (4.29)

All tracks trad. arr. Tannahill Weavers except
Tracks 1ac Alan MacLeod;
Track 1b Gordon Lightfood;
Tracks 3, 7 Stan Rogers;
Track 6 words William Laskin, music trad.;
Track 9 Bill Bourne

Green Linnet album with some new tracks

Side 1

  1. Roddie MacDonald’s Favourite (2.45)
  2. Jamie Raeburn’s Farewell (Roud 600; G/D 8:1535; Henry H151) (4.41)
  3. Harris and the Mare (5.47)
  4. Duntroon / Trip to Alaska (4.11)
  5. The Highland Laddie (Roud 2330) (4.43)

Side 2

  1. At the End of a Pointed Gun (5.11)
  2. Lady Dysie (Roud 112; Child 269; G/D 6:1224) (4.05)
  3. The Coach House Reel / Marie Christine / The Coach House Reel (3.54)
  4. Phuktiphanno / John MacKenzie’s Fancy (2.58)
  5. Drink a Round (4.29)

All tracks trad. arr. Tannahill Weavers except
Tracks 4b, 8ac Alan MacLeod;
Tracks 3 Stan Rogers;
Track 6 words William Laskin, music trad.;
Track 8b Gordon Lightfood;
Track 10 Bill Bourne

> Folk Music > Records > The Tannahill Weavers: The Mermaid’s Song

The Mermaid’s Song

The Tannahill Weavers: The Mermaid’s Song (Green Linnet GLCD 1121)

The Mermaid’s Song
The Tannahill Weavers

Green Linnet GLCD 1121 (CD, USA, 1992)

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Produced by The Tannahill Weavers;
Recorded by Peter Haigh at Pier House Studios, Edinburgh;
Mixed by Peter Haigh and Phil Smillie;
Illustration by Donald Sanders;
Photos by D. Nicolson

Musicians

Kenny Forsyth: Highland bagpipes, Scottish small pipes, whistles;
Roy Gullane: vocals, guitar;
John Martin:: vocals, fiddle, viola;
Phil Smillie: vocals, flute, whistles, bodhrán;
Les Wilson: vocals, bouzouki, keyboards

Tracks

  1. Greenwood Side / The Highland Laddie (Roud 2330) / Pattie (3.10)
  2. Logie o’ Buchan (Roud 1994; G/D 4:828) (3.58)
  3. Elspeth Campbell march / Kenny Gilles of Portnalong, Skye / Malcolm Johnstone / Thornton Jig jigs (4.43)
  4. The Cuillins of Rhum (3.38)
  5. The Mermaid’s Song air The Herra Boys / Captain Horn strathspeys / The Fourth Floor reel (6.11)
  6. Are Ye Sleepin’, Maggie? (Roud 4897) / The Noose and the Ghillie (3.04)
  7. A Bruxa waltz / Unknown jig (3.41)
  8. Come Under My Plaidie (Roud 8694) (3.44)
  9. Welcome Royal Cherlie (Roud 5817; G/D 1:136) / Campbell’s Farewell to Redcastle (2.39)
  10. Flashmarket Close / MacArther / Colonel Fraser / The Swallow’s Tale reels (4.17)
  11. The Ass in the Graveyard waltz (2.31)

All tracks trad. arr. Tannahill Weavers except
Track 1c Neil Dickie;
Track 3a Theodore Douglas;
Track 3b Peter MacFarquar;
Track 3c R. Campbell;
Track 4 trad., lyrics Gordon Bok;
Track 5b Patrick Shuldham-Shaw;
Track 5d Gordon Duncan;
Track 6a Robert Tannahill;
Track 6b P. Gautier;
Track 7a Anton Seoane;
Track 11 Terry Tully

> Folk Music > Records > The Tannahill Weavers: Leaving St. Kilda

Leaving St. Kilda

The Tannahill Weavers: Leaving St. Kilda (Green Linnet GLCD 1176)

Leaving St. Kilda
The Tannahill Weavers

Green Linnet GLCD 1176 (CD, USA, 1996)

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Produced by the Tannahill Weavers;
Production work done by Phil Smillie and Nik kinloch at Pier House Studios, Edinburgh;
Recorded by Terry Adams at REL Studios, Edinburgh, Scotland;
Sleeve notes compiled and edited by Maggie Smillie;
Band photographs by Norman Chalmers;
Studio photographs by John Martin and Phil Smillie;
Cover artwork by Donald Sanders

Musicians

Roy Gullane: guitar, vocals;
Phil Smillie: flute, whistles, vocals;
John Martin: fiddle, viola, cello, mandolin, vocals;
Les Wilson: bouzouki, guitar, keyboards, vocals;
Duncan J. Nicholson: Highland bagpipes, Scottish smsllpipes, whistles

Tracks

  1. Good Drying Set: Good Drying / The MacFarlanes / The Whistlebinkies Reel / Mulhaire’s Reel / The Christmas Carousel / Miss Monaghan (4.59)
  2. Hieland Harry: Hieland Harry (Roud 3809; G/D 1:134) / The Wee Highland Laddie (2nd part) / Lieutenant Colonel D.J.S. Murray (3.48)
  3. The Rigs o’ Rye (Roud 985; Laws O11; G/D 5:1054) (4.56)
  4. The Athol Gathering: The Arthol Gathering / Donald MacLeod Reel (4.08)
  5. St. Kilda Set: Leaving St. Kilda / Major W. Knox, M.C. / The Highland Brigade at Magersfontein (5.48)
  6. The Shearin’s No for You (Roud 4845; G/D 7:1486) (4.19)
  7. The Three Healths (1.23)
  8. Crann Tara Set: Angus G. MacLeod / Crann Tara / Fiona MacLeod (4.18)
  9. The Wars o’ Germany (Roud 5608) (4.12)
  10. Islay Charms Set: Donald MacLeod / Islay Charms / Alena MacAskill / Donnie MacGregor (4.03)
  11. Last May a Braw Wooer (Roud V5029) (4.07)
  12. Farewell You Silver Darlin’s (5.14)

All tracks trad. arr. Tannahill Weavers except
Track 1a R.S. MacDonald;
Tracks 1b, 2b, 8ac Pipe Major Donald MacLeod;
Track 1c Robert Wallace;
Tracks 2a, 11 Robert Burns;
Track 2c Lieutenant J. Allan;
Track 4b Pipe Major P. MacLeod Sr.;
Track 5a Pipe Major William Ross;
Track 5b G. MacDonald;
Track 5c Pipe Major John McLellan D.C.M.;
Track 8d Allan MacDonald;
Track 9 lyrics William Motherwell, tune trad.;
Track 10a J.A. Barrie;
Track 10b Ian C. Cameron;
Track 10c Dr. John McAskill;
Track 10d Donald MacPherson;
Track 12 Roy Gullane

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Other records with The Tannahill Weavers

Nyon Folk Festival 1979 (Cat 81004/5) Various Artists, Nyon Folk Festival 1979, 2 LP, Cat 81004/81005, 1979

The 1980 Vancouver Folk Music Festival Album (Aural Tradition ATR 102) Various Artists, The 1980 Vancouver Folk Music Festival Album, LP, Aural Tradition ATR 102, 1980

Troubadours of British Folk Vol. 3 (Rhino R2 72162) Various Artists, Troubadours of British Folk Vol. 3, CD, Rhino R2 72162, 1995

The Rough Guide to Scottish Music (World Music RGNET 1004 CD) Various Artists, The Rough Guide to Scottish Music, CD, World Music RGNET 1004 CD, 1996

Huntingdon Folk 2 (SVL 06CD) Various Artists, Huntingdon Folk 2, CD, Speaking Volumes SVL 06CD, 1998

The Rough Guide to Scottish Folk (World Music RGNET 1038 CD) Various Artists, The Rough Guide to Scottish Folk (First Edition), CD, World Music RGNET 1038 CD, 2002