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Barry Lister: Ghosts & Greasepaint

Barry Lister: Ghosts & Greasepaint (WildGoose WGS338CD)

Ghosts & Greasepaint
Barry Lister

WildGoose Studios WGS338CD (CD, UK, 2006)

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Produced and recorded by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studio

Musicians

Barry Lister: vocals;
Tom Addison: additional vocals [3, 5bd, 10];
Dave Lowry: additional vocals [3, 10, 12];
Sean O’Shea: additional vocals [3, 8, 10];
Ed Rennie: guitar [7], melodeon [2];
Jackie Oates: violin [2], viola [7, 13]

Tracks

  1. Edwin in the Lowlands (Roud 182; Laws M34; G/D 2:189; Henry H113) (5.21)
  2. The Trim Rigged Doxy (Roud 1901; Laws K41) (3.01)
  3. Hunting the Hare (Roud 1041) (2.20)
  4. George Collins (Roud 147; Child 42/85) (5.16)
  5. The Factory Set (The Handloom Weaver and the Factory Maid (Roud 17771) / The Factory Girl (Roud 1659) / The Doffing Mistress (Roud 2133) / On a Monday Morning) (7.59)
  6. St James’s Hospital (Roud 2; Laws Q26; G/D 7:1404; Henry H680) (2.46)
  7. Sir Richard’s Song (7.19)
  8. Limadie (Roud 193) (3.33)
  9. The Bonny Bunch of Roses (Roud 664; Laws J5; G/D 1:155) (6.01)
  10. Come to My Window (Roud 966) (1.55)
  11. Long Lankin (Roud 6; Child 93; G/D 2:187; Henry H735) (4.52)
  12. Admiral Benbow (Roud 3141) (3.06)
  13. Jack Orion (Roud 145; Child 67) (3.59)

All tracks trad. except
Track 5b Mick Jagger, Keith Richards;
Track 5d Cyril Tawney;
Track 7 words Rudyard Kipling, music Peter Bellamy

> Folk Music > Records > The Claque: Sounding Now

The Claque: Sounding Now

The Claque: Sounding Now (WildGoose WGS354CD)

Sounding Now
The Claque

WildGoose Studios WGS354CD (CD, UK, 2008)

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Recorded and produced by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios;
Photography by Tom Addison;
Design by Rockford Graphics

Musicians

Dave Lowry, Sean O’Shea, Tom Addison, Barry Lister: vocals

Tracks

  1. The Devil’s Questions (Roud 161; Child 1) (2.42)
  2. Devoran Smugglers (Roud 3305) (2.00)
  3. The Mountains Adieu (Roud 1719) (2.16)
  4. I Went Down to London (Roud 469; G/D 8:1696; Henry H732; TYG 58) (2.13)
  5. My Faithful Johnnie (RoudBS B97438) (3.18)
  6. The Goose and the Common (2.59)
  7. Farewell, Farewell (Roud 23810) (3.24)
  8. The Trumpeter (RoudBS B115645) (4.06)
  9. The Soldiers Return From the Wars (Roud V44398) (2.47)
  10. Drink, Puppy Drink (Roud 1862) (3.46)
  11. Once a Farmer (Roud 16831) (1.37)
  12. Tom of Bedlam (Roud V16366) (6.19)
  13. Joyful May (Roud 305) (2.31)
  14. Salt Horse (Roud 18904) (2.50)
  15. The Miller and His Three Sons (Roud 138; Laws Q21; G/D 3:703) (3.07)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 words trad., tune Sean O’Shea;
Track 6 words trad., adapted and tune Martin Bloomer;
Track 8 J. Airlie Dix;
Track 9 Thomas d’Urfey;
Track 10 George J. Whyte-Melville

> Folk Music > Records > Dave Lowry: Songs of a Devon Man

Dave Lowry: Songs of a Devon Man

Dave Lowry: Songs of a Devon Man (WildGoose WGS443CD)

Songs of a Devon Man
Dave Lowry

WildGoose Studios WGS443CD (CD, UK, 5 January 2024)

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Produced by Tom Brown, S&A Projects;
Recorded by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios in March 2019 except
Tracks 12, 17, 26 recorded by Phil Beer;
Tracks 13, 20 from Barry Lister: Ghosts & Greasepaint (2006)

Musicians

Dave Lowry, vocals, guitar, melodeon;
Barry Lister, vocals [13, 20];
The Claque (Dave Lowry, Sean O’Shea, Tom Addison, Barry Lister): vocals [2, 25, 27]

Tracks

  1. Three Jovial Welshmen (Roud 283; G/D 2:283) (4.32)
  2. The Claque: Drink, Puppy Drink (Roud 1862) (3.48)
  3. The Crafty Farmer’s Son (Roud 2637; Laws L1; G/D 2:266; Henry H51; TYG 78) (2.45)
  4. The Egloshayle Ringers (Roud 1163) (2.13)
  5. The Cheerful Horn (Roud 217; G/D 4:727) (2.16)
  6. Caledonia (2.32)
  7. Jan Knucky (2.57)
  8. London Man o’ War (Roud 690; G/D 1:41; Henry H560) (2.46)
  9. Old Farmer Buck (Roud 30346) (1.23)
  10. Parson Hogg (Roud 1861; Henry H222) (2.22)
  11. Maggie May (Roud 5383) (2.14)
  12. Jan’s Courtship (Roud 575; G/D 4:760; Henry H820) (2.10)
  13. Admiral Benbow (Roud 3141) (3.06)
  14. A Week’s Work Well Done (Roud 433; Laws Q6) (2.09)
  15. The Warson Hunt (Roud 23095) (3.00)
  16. Cottage Well Thatched with Straw (Roud 1270) (3.32)
  17. Prussia Cove (2.28)
  18. Farewell to Kingsbridge (Roud 596, Laws J13) (2.13)
  19. The Old Man Can’t Keep His Wife at Home (SBG/1/3/62) (2.10)
  20. Come to My Window (Roud 966) (1.54)
  21. The Marigold (Roud 951; G/D 1:40) (1.50)
  22. Tom Bawcock’s Eve (1.56)
  23. Wreck Off Scilly (Roud 388; Laws K8) (2.20)
  24. Arscott of Tetcott (Roud 6902) (4.00)
  25. The Claque: Hunting the Hare (Roud 1041) (2.15)
  26. Spanish Ladies (Roud 687) (4.22)
  27. The Claque: Devoran Smugglers (Roud 3305) (2.04)

All tracks trad. except
Track 6 Tony Goode;
Track 11 words G.W. Moore, music C.W. Blamphin;
Track 17 Ralph Dunstan, Mr. Tregarthen;
Track 22 words Robert Morton Nancs, music trad. arr. Ralph Dunstan

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Other records with The Claque

Jackie Oates: Saturnine (ECC Records ECC004) Jackie Oates, Saturnine, CD, ECC ECC004, 2011

Jim Causley: Forgotten Kingdom (Hands On Music HMCD41) Jim Causley, Forgotten Kingdom, CD, Hands On Music HMCD41, 2016

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Other records with Barry Lister

Tom & Barbara Brown: Tide of Change (WildGoose WGS332CD) Tom & Barbara Brown, Tide of Change, CD, WildGoose WGS332, 2005

Jim Causley: Forgotten Kingdom (Hands On Music HMCD41) Jim Causley, Forgotten Kingdom, CD, Hands On Music HMCD41, 2016