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The Druids: Burnt Offering

The Druids: Burnt Offering (Argo ZFB 22)

Burnt Offering
The Druids

Argo ZFB 22 (LP, UK, 1971)
Talking Elephant TECD259 (CD, UK, August 11, 2014)

The Druids: Burnt Offering (Talking Elephant TECD259)
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Produced by Kevin Daly;
Recorded by Ade Martins;
Sleeve notes by The Druids, Roger Watson and John Tams

Musicians

Keith Kendrick, vocals, guitar, banjo;
John Adams, vocals, mandolin, bass;
Mick Hennessy, vocals, bass;
Dave Broughton, fiddle, accordion;
Judi Longden, vocals

with
John Tams: whistle [12], chorus

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Thursday Night / Brian Borouhme / Frost is All Over (2.02)
  2. The Trooper and His Horse (Roud 1613) (2.36)
  3. A Sailor's Life (Roud 273; Laws K12; G/D 6:1245) (1.53)
  4. General Taylor (Roud 216) (2.50)
  5. Salvation Band (3.00)
  6. Hunting the Hare / Exile’s Jig (1.23)
  7. The Castle of Dramore (2.43)
  8. Our Captain Cried All Hands (Roud 602) (2.17)
  9. Fare Thee Well, Enniskillen (Roud 6890) (3.03)
  1. The Cuckoo's Nest (Roud 1506) (2.02)
  2. The Boar's Head Carol (Roud 22229) (2.42)
  3. The Christmas Hare (2.12)
  4. A Brisk Young Widow (Roud 2438) (1.44)
  5. The Prickly Bush (Roud 144; Child 95; G/D 2:248) (5.20)
  6. Madame Bonaparte / Roxburgh Castle (1.36)
  7. The Farmer’s Three Sons (Roud 130; G/D 3:704) (1.54)
  8. Gabriel John (0.52)
  9. The Butcher and the Parson (Roud 17188) (4.15)

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 5, 12 Roger Watson;
Track 17 words trad., music Roger Watson

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The Druids: Pastime With Good Company

The Druids: Pastime With Good Company (Argo ZFB 39)

Pastime With Good Company
The Druids

Argo ZFB 39 (LP, UK, 1972)
Talking Elephant TECD307 (CD, UK, January 29, 2016)

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Produced by Kevin Daly;
Recorded by Iain Churches and Peter van Biene at Paramount Organ Works, Bolton, on March 4-5, 1972

Musicians

Keith Kendrick, English concertina, guitar, vocals;
John Adams, accordion, fiddle, bells, vocals;
Judi Longden, drum, guitar, recorder, vocals;
Mick Hennessy, bass, vocals;
Dave Broughton, fiddle, chorus vocals

with
Derek Hale, concertina;
Derek Pearce, mandolin

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. To Drive the Cold Winter Away / Father Kelly’s Jig / The Rollicking Irishman (3.39)
  2. Congleton Bear (3.13)
  3. Three Merry Men of Kent (1.46)
  4. All’s Dear But Poor Men’s Labour (Roud V8906) (3.48)
  5. Marquis of Lorne / Locomotive Hornpipe (1.45)
  6. The Diggers' Song (1.30)
  7. The Leaves of Life (The Seven Virgins) (Roud 127) (2.47)
  1. Oddjob’s Polka / Sally Gardens (2.18)
  2. Three Jolly Sportsmen (Roud 17; Laws L4; G/D 2:186; Henry H185) (3.27)
  3. The Pick and the Maltshovel (3.23)
  4. The Irish Girl (Roud 308; G/D 5:946; Henry H711) (3.48)
  5. The White Cockade (Roud 191) (2.25)
  6. Marrowbones (Roud 183; Laws Q2; G/D 2:318; Henry H174) (1.48)
  7. Flowers of Edinburgh / Come Let Us Dance and Sing / Kate Dalrymple (2.52)

All tracks trad. except
Track 2 John Tams;
Tracks 4, 11 words trad., music The Druids;
Track 10 Roger Watson