> Folk Music > Records > Rachel Unthank & The Winterset: Cruel Sister

Rachel Unthank & The Winterset: Cruel Sister

Cruel Sister (RabbleRouser RR005)

Cruel Sister
Rachel Unthank & The Winterset

RabbleRouser Music RR005 (CD, UK, May 11, 2005)

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Produced and recorded by Adrian McNally;
Mixed and mastered at Panda Studios;
Sound engineer: Oliver Knight;
Illustration: Becky Unthank;
Photography: Stephen Redfearn, Adrian McNally

Musicians

Rachel Unthank, vocals [1-4, 6-9, 11-13], cello [11];
Becky Unthank, vocals [1-2, 4-7, 9-13];
Belinda O'Hooley, piano [1, 3, 7, 10];
Jackie Oates, vocals [4, 6, 11, 13], five string viola [4, 7, 11]

with
David Kosky, guitar [2, 4];
Chris Sherburn, concertina [2, 4];
Mike Hockenhull, banjo [2];
Rosie Morton, clarsach [4, 11];
Adrian McNally, guitar [6];
Bryony Griffith, fiddle [9];
Will Hampson, melodeon [9];
Julian Sutton, melodeon [10];
Redcar Sword Dancers (George Unthank, Brian Pearce, Ben Green, Kevin Hall, Colin Mather), vocals [9];
The Keelers, George Unthank, Jim Mageean, Alan Fitzsimmons, Peter Wood, vocals on intro [12];
Pat Unthank, George Unthank, Mat Unthank, June Winton, Gordon Winton, Adrian McNally, Beth Hardy, vocals [13]

Tracks

  1. On a Monday Morning (3.13)
  2. The January Man (3.31)
  3. Fair Rosamund (Roud 3729) (2.57)
  4. Cruel Sister (Roud 8; Child 10; G/D 2:213) (8.41)
  5. Rap Her to Bank (Roud 1786) (1.34)
  6. Raven Girl (2.08)
  7. Twenty Long Weeks (3.20)
  8. The Fair Flower of Northumberland (Roud 25; Child 9; G/D 6:1149) (4.51)
  9. The Greatham Calling-On Song (Roud 610) (5.58)
  10. River Man (5.01)
  11. Bonnie at Morn (Roud 3064) (4.14)
  12. John Dead (3.47)
  13. Troubled Waters (5.06)

All tracks (probably) trad. arr. Rachel Unthank & The Winterset except
Track 1 Cyril Tawney;
Track 2 Dave Goulder;
Track 7 Alex Glasgow;
Track 10 Nick Drake;
Track 13 Matt McGuin

> Folk Music > Records > Rachel Unthank & The Winterset: The Bairns

Rachel Unthank & The Winterset: The Bairns

The Bairns (Real World USCDRW158)

The Bairns
Rachel Unthank & The Winterset

Real World Music USCDRW158 (CD, UK, August 28, 2007)

Rachel Unthank & The Winterset at Hamburg Fabrik
Hamburg: the Can't Stop it Raining tour
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Recorded and produced January-March 2007 by Adrian McNally;
Mastered by Adrian McNally and Denis Blackham at Syke Mastering;
Mixed at Blast Recording, Newcastle upon Tyne, assisted by Darren Hall;
Photography by Karen Melvin;
Design by Steven Wainwright;
Photos taken at Beamish Museum, Co Durham

Musicians

Rachel Unthank, vocals, cello [7, 12], ukulele [11], feet [5, 9];
Becky Unthank, vocals, feet [1];
Belinda O'Hooley, piano, vocals;
Niopha Keegan, fiddle, vocals

with
Neil Harland, double bass [1];
Julian Sutton, melodeon [4, 9];
String section (Iona Brown, Andre Swanepoel, violin; Michael Gerrard, viola; Rosie Biss, cello) [1]

Tracks

  1. Felton Lonnin (Roud 3166) (7.23)
  2. Lull I (1.23)
  3. Blue Bleezing Blind Drunk (Roud 6333) (5.14)
  4. I Wish (Roud 60; Laws P25; G/D 6:1170; Henry H683) (6.24)
  5. Blue's Gaen Oot o'the Fashion: The Wedding O' Blythe / When the Tide Comes in / Blue's Gaen Oot o'the Fashion / The Lad With the Trousers on / The Sailors Are All at the Bar (4.31)
  6. Lull II: My Lad's a Canny Lad (0.23)
  7. Blackbird (2.54)
  8. Lull III: A Minor Place (0.23)
  9. Sea Song (6.19)
  10. Whitethorn (6.04)
  11. Lull IV: Can't Stop It Raining (1.46)
  12. My Donal (8.06)
  13. Ma Bonny Lad (Roud 204) (1.58)
  14. Fareweel Regality (6.20)
  15. Newcastle Lullaby (Roud 2644) (6.23)

All tracks trad. arr. Rachel Unthank & The Winterset except
Track 1 trad. / Johnny Handle arr. Rachel Unthank & The Winterset;
Track 3 trad. / Belle Stewart arr. Rachel Unthank & The Winterset;
Tracks 7, 10 Belinda O'Hooley;
Track 8 Will Oldham;
Track 9 Robert Wyatt;
Track 11 Richard Scott;
Track 12 Owen Hand;
Track 14 Terry Conway

> Folk Music > Records > The Unthanks: Here's the Tender Coming

The Unthanks: Here's the Tender Coming

Here's the Tender Coming (EMI 687 1222)

Here's the Tender Coming
The Unthanks

EMI 687 1222 (CD, UK, September 14, 2009)

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Produced and mixed by Adrian McNally;
Recorded by Adam Sinclair at Blast Studios, Newcastle upon Tyne, April-June 2009;
Mixed by Darren Hall at City Road Studios, Newcastle upon Tyne, June 2009;
Mastered by Denis Blackman and Adrian McNally at Skye Mastering, Isle of Skye, July 2009,
Photography by Alex Telfer;
Design by Helen Thomas and Steven Wainwright

Musicians

Rachel Unthank, lead vocals [2, 4-5, 7-10, 12], backing vocals [1-4, 6, 8-9, 11-12], cello [8], ukulele [12], clogs [12];
Becky Unthank, lead vocals [1-3, 6-9, 11-12], backing vocals [1-6, 8-9, 11-12], feet [2], autoharp [8];
Niopha Keegan, violin [1-2, 6, 8, 12], lead vocals [2], backing vocals [1-5, 11-12], accordion [8, 12], mandolin [12];
Adrian McNally, piano [1-6, 9, 12], dampened and plucked pianos [1, 3, 12], drums [4, 6, 9], marimba [r3], chime bars [1, 3, 6, 8, 12], autoharp [1], Wu-Han tam-tam [3], Chinese temple gongs [3], tubular bells [2, 3], backing vocals [4, 12];
Chris Price, guitar [3-4, 6, 9, 12], bass [2, 4, 9], ukulele [12], dulcitone [3], marimba [3], backing vocals [4, 12]

Tracks

  1. Because He Was a Bonny Lad (Roud 22834) (2.36)
  2. Sad February (4.36)
  3. Annachie Gordon (Roud 102; Child 239; G/D 5:1021) (8.15)
  4. Lucky Gilchrist (4.52)
  5. The Testimony of Patience Kershaw (4.05)
  6. Living by the Water (6.08)
  7. Where've Yer Bin Dick? (0.47)
  8. Nobody Knew She Was There (5.53)
  9. Flowers of the Town (3.06)
  10. Not Much Luck in Our House (0.48)
  11. At First She Starts (3.38)
  12. Here's the Tender Coming (Roud 3174) (5.28)
  13. Betsy Bell (Roud 5211) (4.14)

All tracks trad. arr. The Unthanks except
Track 2 Graeme Miles;
Track 4 Adrian McNally;
Track 5 Frank Higgins / The Unthanks;
Track 6 Anne Briggs;
Track 8 Ewan MacColl;
Track 11 Lal Waterson, Oliver Knight

> Folk Music > Records > The Unthanks: Lucky Gilchrist / Tar Barrel in Dale

The Unthanks: Lucky Gilchrist / Tar Barrel in Dale

Lucky Gilchrist / Tar Barrel in Dale (EMI 608 20020)

Lucky Gilchrist / Tar Barrel in Dale
The Unthanks

EMI 608 20020 (CD single, UK, November 30, 2009)

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Tracks

  1. Lucky Gilchrist (3.32)
    single edit of the song from Here's the Tender Coming
  2. Tar Barrel in Dale (3.53)
    performed live on Radcliffe and Maconie, BBC Radio 2, on December 23, 2008
  3. Sexy Sadie (6.25)
    from MOJO Presents the White Album Recovered No. 0000002

Track 1 Adrian McNally;
Track 2 George Unthank;
Track 3 John Lennon, Paul McCartney

> Folk Music > Records > The Unthanks: Last

The Unthanks: Last

Last (EMI 095 9942)

Last
The Unthanks

EMI 095 9942 (CD, UK, March 14, 2011)

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Produced by Adrian McNally;
Sound engineered by Thom Lewis and Adrian McNally;
Mastered by Denis Blackham

Musicians

Rachel Unthank, vocals, kalimba [3];
Becky Unthank, vocals;
Niopha Keegan, violin, vocals [1, 5, 8];
Adrian McNally, piano, dulcitone, vocals [1, 4-5], drums [3-4, 7];
Chris Price, bass, acoustic and electric guitars, ukulele

String section:
    Niopha Keegan, Ros Stephen, violins;
    Becca Spencer, viola;
    Jo Silverston, cello

Lizzie Jones, trumpet;
Dean Ravera, double bass;
Alex Neilson, drums [1-2, 5];
Julian Sutton, melodeon

Tracks

  1. Gan to the Kye (Roud 3162) (5.39)
  2. The Gallowgate Lad (6.07)
  3. Queen of Hearts (Roud 3195) (4.33)
  4. Last (7.09)
  5. Give Away Your Heart (3.50)
  6. No One Known I'm Gone (2.12)
  7. My Laddie Sits Ower Late Up (Roud 3181) (2.46)
  8. Canny Hobbie Elliott (Roud 8986) (3.28)
  9. Starless (6.00)
  10. Close the Coalhouse Door (7.02)
  11. Last (Reprise) (0.57)

Tracks 1, 3, 7-8 trad. arr. The Unthanks;
Track 2 words Joe Wilson, tune trad. (Sally Grey);
Tracks 4, 11 Adrian McNally;
Track 5 Jon Redfern;
Track 6 Tom Waits, Kathleen Brennan;
Track 9 Cross, Fripp, Wetton, Palmer-James;
Track 10 Alex Glasgow

> Folk Music > Records > The Unthanks: The Songs of Robert Wyatt and Antony & The Johnsons

The Songs of Robert Wyatt and Antony & The Johnsons

The Songs of Robert Wyatt and Antony & The Johnsons (RabbleRouser RRM009)

The Songs of Robert Wyatt and Antony & The Johnsons
Live from The Union Chapel, London
Diversions Vol. 1
The Unthanks

RabbleRouser Music RRM009 (CD, UK, November 28, 2011)

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Recorded live at the Union Chapel, Islington, London on December 8-9, 2010;
Recorded by Paul Hurt at LX3 Recordings;
Mixed and produced by Adrian McNally;
Additional engineering by Thom Lewis;
Mastered by Denis Blackham;
Illustration by Becky Unthank;
Photography by Mark Winpenny;
Design by Steven Wainwright

Musicians

Rachel Unthank, vocals, feet, dulcitone;
Becky Unthank, vocals, feet;
Adrian McNally, piano on Robert Wyatt set, drums on Antony set, harmonium, vocals;
Chris Price, drums on Robert Wyatt set, electric bass on Antony set, vocals;
Niopha Keegan, violin, accordion, vocals;
Ross Stephen, violin, vocals;
Becca Spencer, viola, vocals;
Jo Silverston, cello, vocals;
Lizzie Jones, trumpet, vocals;
Dean Rovera, double bass;
Jonny Kearney, piano on Antony set

Tracks

Songs by Antony & The Johnsons Songs by Robert Wyatt
  1. Bird Gerhl (3.57)
  2. Man Is the Baby (5.43)
  3. You Are My Sister (5.56)
  4. For Today I Am a Boy (4.06)
  5. Paddy's Gone (4.13)
  6. Spiralling (4.41)
  1. Stay Tuned (4.43)
  2. Dondestan (3.18)
  3. Lullaby for Hamza (3.44)
  4. Lisp Service (3.11)
  5. Free Will and Testament (5.03)
  6. Out of the Blue (4.11)
  7. Cuckoo Madame (5.13)
  8. Sea Song (6.59)
  9. Forest (excerpt) (2.51)

> Folk Music > Records > The Unthanks with Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band

The Unthanks with Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band

The Unthanks with Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band (RabbleRouser RRM010)

The Unthanks with Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band
Diversions Vol. 2
The Unthanks with Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band

RabbleRouser Music RRM010 (CD, UK, July 30, 2012)

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[1] recorded live at The Lowry, Salford, for the BBC Folk Awards;
[2, 5-6, 9, 11] recorded live at Leeds Town Hall;
[3-4] recorded live at Derby Assembly Rooms;
[7-8, 10] recorded live at St Georges Hall, Bristol;
Produced by Adrian McNally;
Additional engineering by Thom Lewis, Rob Tomlinson and Darren Hall;
Mixed by Nigel Palmer, Lowland Masters;
Mastered by Denis Blackham;
Cover artwork by Becky Unthank;
Photography by Graham Whitmore, Ken Drew and Jeff Goldberg;
Sleeve design by Steven Wainwright

Musicians

Becky Unthank, lead vocals [1], vocals;
Rachel Unthank, lead vocals [2], vocals;
Niopha Keegan, lead vocals [4], vocals;
Chris Price, lead vocals [5], vocals, drums [7], cymbals [1];
Adrian McNally, piano, vocals, drums [1];
Jack Elliott, vocals [3.ii] (taken from the film Death of a Miner (1968));
Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band, conducted by Sandy Smith

Tracks

  1. The King of Rome (7.38)
  2. Trimdon Grange Explosion (Roud 3189) (6.29)
  3. The Father's Suite
    i) George (3.26)
    ii) Jack Elliott (1.27)
    iii) The Father's Song (5.58)
    iv) George II (4.08)
  4. My Lagan Love (Roud 1418) (4.24)
  5. Queen of Hearts (Roud 3195) (3.56)
  6. Gan to the Kye (Roud 3162) (5.49)
  7. Felton Lonnin (Roud 3166) (7.27)
  8. Blue Bleezing Blind Drunk (Roud 6333) (5.41)
  9. Newcastle Lullaby (Roud 2644) (6.12)
  10. Gresford (The Miners Hymn) (4.30)
  11. Fareweel Regality (6.13)

Track 1 Dave Sudbury;
Track 2 Tommy Armstrong;
Tracks 3ab Adrian McNally;
Tracks 3c Ewan MacColl, Adrian McNally;
Tracks 3d Max McNally, Adrian McNally;
Tracks 4-9 trad.;
Track 10 Robert Saint;
Track 11 Terry Conway

> Folk Music > Records > The Unthanks: Songs from the Shipyards

The Unthanks: Songs from the Shipyards

The Unthanks: Songs from the Shipyards (RabbleRouser RRM011)

Songs from the Shipyards
Diversions Vol. 3
The Unthanks

RabbleRouser Music RRM011 (CD, UK, November 5, 2012)

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Produced and mixed by Adrian McNally;
Recorded at Vale Studios, Worcestershire, Blast Studios, Newcastle and at home in Northumberland;
Engineered by Chris D'Adda and Adrian McNally;
Mastered by Denis Blackham, Skye Mastering;
Sleeve photography by Keith Pattison, from his social documentary series, Haverton Hill, 1972

Musicians

Rachel Unthank, Becky Unthank, vocals;
Niopha Keegan, violin, vocals;
Chris Price, guitar, bass, vocals;
Adrian McNally, piano, harmonium, drums, vocals

with guests
Julian Sutton, melodeon [7];
Keith Hill, vibraphone [7]

Tracks

  1. The Romantic Tees (Prelude) (1.33)
  2. A Great Northern River (3.40)
  3. Black Trade (4.36)
  4. Fairfield Crane (The Shipyard Apprentice) (1.52)
  5. Big Steamers (5.19)
  6. All in a Day (3.24)
  7. The Romantic Tees: (9.43)
    The Romantic Tees /
    The Tyne Slides By /
    The Looking Back Song
  8. Shipbuilding (3.46)
  9. Monkey Dung Man (2.06)
  10. Taking on Men (1.27)
  11. Only Remembered (3.55)

Track 1 Adrian McNally; background sound from the film Launch;
Track 2 Graeme Miles;
Tracks 3, 9-10 Jez Lowe;
Track 4 words Archie Fisher, music Bobby Campbell;
Track 5 words Rudyard Kipling, music Peter Bellamy;
Tracks 6, 7b Alex Glasgow;
Track 7a Adrian McNally, Chris Price; words and voice of Graeme Miles; background sound from the film Launch;
Track 7c Johnny Handle;
Track 8 words Elvis Costello, music Clive Langner;
Track 11 John Tams

> Folk Music > Records > Martin Green, Becky Unthank, Inge Thomson, Niklas Roswall: Crows' Bones

Martin Green, Becky Unthank, Inge Thomson, Niklas Roswall: Crows' Bones

 Martin Green: Crows' Bones (Reveal REVEAL036CDX)

Crows' Bones
Martin Green, Becky Unthank, Inge Thomson, Niklas Roswall

Reveal Records REVEAL036CDX (CD, UK, April 21, 2014)

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Commissioned by Opera North

Produced by Martin Green;
Recorded by Calum Malcolm;
Additional recording by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound;
Mixed by Adrian Utley and Martin Green at Planet245;
Mix engineer TJ Allen;
Mastered at Castlesound Studios;
Photos by David Liddell;
Design by Van Gill Media

Musicians

Martin Green, accordion, piano, toy piano;
Niklas Roswall, nyckelharpa;
Inge Thomson, vocals, log, toys, noises;
Becky Unthank, vocals, music boxes

with
Adrian Utley, guitars, bass, mellotron, percussion;
Andy Sutor, bass drum;
Ayarkhaan (Albina Degtyareva, Alisa Savvinova, Natalia Fedorov), khomus (mouth harp)

Tracks

  1. Mess of Crows (6.48)
  2. Lyke Wake Dirge (Roud 8194) (5.58)
  3. Some Living (2.29)
  4. I Saw the Dead (6.38)
  5. Some Neither (3.13)
  6. One December Morn (5.46)
  7. Three Ravens (Roud 5; Child 26) (7.01)
  8. Maklin's Bridal March / Griesly Bride (7.22)
  9. Some Dead (2.08)

Track 1 words trad. adapted Martin Green, Inge Thomson, music Martin Green;
Tracks 2, 7 trad.;
Track 3 Martin Green, Inge Thomson;
Track 4 Conor O'Brien (of the band Villagers);
Tracks 5, 10 Martin Green, Niklas Roswall, Inge Thomson, Becky Unthank;
Track 6 Sean Cooney (of The Young'uns);
Track 8 words John Manifold, music Tom Campbell

> Folk Music > Records > The Unthanks: Mount the Air

The Unthanks: Mount the Air

The Unthanks: Mount the Air (RabbleRouser RRM013)

Mount the Air
The Unthanks

RabbleRouser Music RRM013 (LP/CD, UK, February 9, 2015)

Mount the Air / Died for Love
The Unthanks

RabbleRouser Music RRM012 (10" single, UK, December 12, 2014)

The Unthanks: Mount the Air (single, RabbleRouser RRM012)
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Recorded and produced by Adrian McNally, August 2012 - October 2012 in the Unthanks' Northumberland studio;
Mastered by Denis Blackham at Skye Mastering;
Artwork by Natalie Rae Reid;
Photography by Sarah Mason;
Sleeve design by Steven Wainwright

Musicians

Rachel Unthank, Becky Unthank, vocals;
Adrian McNally, piano, vocals, celeste, kalimba, Fender Rhodes, chord organ, glock, Indian harmonium, percussion;
Niopha Keegan, Quartet violin, all solo ‘fiddle’ parts, vocals;
Chris Price, electric bass, guitar, piano tinkles [7];
Lizzie Jones, trumpet, flugelhorn;
Becca Spencer, viola;
Martin Douglas, drums, percussion;
Dan Rogers, double bass;
Tom Arthurs, trumpet [1];
Kathleen Ord, James Boyle, violins;
Gabriel Wait, Nick Byrne, cellos;
Eilidh Gillespie, flute;
Esther Swift, harp

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Mount the Air (Roud 578) (10.34)
  2. Madam (Roud 542; G/D 8:1588) (4.55)
  3. Died for Love (Roud 60; Laws P25; G/D 6:1170; Henry H683) (3.49)
  4. Flutter (3.38)
  5. Magpie (5.07)
  6. Foundling (10.52)
  7. Last Lullaby (5.57)
  1. Hawthorn (4.23)
  2. For Dad (4.41)
  3. The Poor Stranger (Roud 414) (4.05)
  4. Waiting (3.00)

Track 1 music Adrian McNally, first verse based on I'll Mount the Air on Swallows Wings, other words Adrian McNally, Becky Unthank;
Tracks 2-3 trad. arr. Adrian McNally;
Track 4 words Becky Unthank, music Becky Unthank, Adrian McNally;
Track 5 David Dodds;
Track 6 Adrian McNally;
Track 7 contains Golden Slumbers (trad.), additional words Rachel Unthank; music trad.;
Track 8 Charles Causley, Becky Unthank, Adrian McNally;
Track 9 Niopha Keegan;
Track 10 trad. arr. Adrian McNally, Rachel Unthank;
Track 11 Chris Price, Adrian McNally

Videos

> Folk Music > Records > The Unthanks: Archive Treasures (2005-2015)

The Unthanks: Archive Treasures (2005-2015)

The Unthanks: Archive Treasures (2005-2015) (RabbleRouser RRM015)

Archive Treasures (2005-2015)
The Unthanks

RabbleRouser Music RRM015 (CD, UK, December 11, 2015)

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Compiled and produced by Adrian McNally, Mastered by Denis Blackham at Skye Mastering;
Front cover illustration by Natalie Rae Reid;
Art direction and design by Cally

Musicians

Rachel Unthank, Becky Unthank, vocals, feet;
Adrian McNally, piano [1, 5-8, 12-13], drums [11, 13], rhodes, celeste, sleigh bells [1], vocals [1];
Niopha Keegan, violin [1, 4-8, 10-11, 13], vocals [2-3, 9, 13], accordion [3], mandolin [10];
Chris Price, electric bass [11, 13], drums [6, 8], guitar [12, 13], vocals [12]

Gabriel Waite, cello [1];
Ed Cross, violin [1];
Chrissie Slater, viola [1];
Stef Connor, piano [2-4, 11];
Becca Spencer, viola [5-6, 8];
Lizzie Jones, trumpet [5-8, 12];
Dean Ravera, double bass [6-8];
Jo Silverston, cello [6, 8], saw [5];
Anna Jenkins, violin [6, 8];
Alex Neilson, drums [7];
Neil Harland, double bass [10];
Julian Sutton, melodeon [10];
Adam Sinclair, drums [10];
Ian McMillan, spoken voice [12];
Annie Whitehead, trombone [12];
George Unthank, vocals [14];
Matthew Unthank, violin [14]

Tracks

  1. 2000 Miles (2.04)
    Christmas single 2015
  2. On a Monday Morning (4.48)
    live from TFF Rudolstadt, Germany 2009
  3. I Wish, I Wish (Roud 60; Laws P25; G/D 6:1170; Henry H683) (6.54)
    live from Melbourne, Australia 2008
  4. Blue Bleezing Blind Drunk (Roud 6333) (5.25)
    live from Holywell Music Room 2008
  5. Close the Coalhouse Door (7.55)
    live from The Tyne Theatre, Newcastle 2011
  6. Alifib/Alifie (9.27)
    live from Brighton Dome 2012
  7. The Gallowgate Lad (5.53)
    live from The Tyne Theatre, Newcastle 2011
  8. Felton Lonnin (Roud 3166) (5.08)
    BBC Radio 1 Rob Da Bank Session
  9. Tar Barrel in Dale (3.53)
    performed live on Radcliffe and Maconie, BBC Radio 2, on December 23, 2008
  10. Queen of Hearts (Roud 3195) (5.27)
    alternative demo 2009
  11. Sexy Sadie (6.27)
    from MOJO Presents the White Album Recovered No. 0000002 (MOJO 179, 2008)
  12. A Dream of a Tree in a Spanish Graveyard (3.02)
    from Harbour of Songs (The Stables CD001, 2012)
  13. Oak, Ash & Thorn (6.18)
    from the Oak Ash Thorn tribute album (Folk Police FPR003, 2011)
  14. The Unthank Family Band (3.59)
    Recorded at Hartlepool Folk Club 2000

Track 1 Chrisse Hynde;
Track 2 Cyril Tawney;
Tracks 3-4, 8, 10 trad.;
Track 5 Alex Glasgow;
Track 6 Robert Wyatt;
Track 7 words Joe Wilson, tune trad. Sally Grey;
Track 9 George Unthank;
Track 11 John Lennon, Paul McCartney;
Track 12 words Ian McMillan, music Adrian McNally;
Track 13 words Rudyard Kipling, music Peter Bellamy

> Folk Music > Records > The Unthanks: The Songs and Poems of Molly Drake

The Unthanks: The Songs and Poems of Molly Drake

The Unthanks: The Songs and Poems of Molly Drake (RabbleRouser RRM016)

The Songs and Poems of Molly Drake
Diversions Vol. 4
The Unthanks

RabbleRouser Music RRM016/RRM016LP (CD/LP, UK, May 26, 2017)

The Songs and Poems of Molly Drake—Extras
Diversions Vol. 4
The Unthanks

RabbleRouser Music RRM017/RRM017EP (CD/10" EP, UK, May 26, 2017)

The Unthanks: The Songs and Poems of Molly Drake—Extras (RabbleRouser RRM017)
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Recorded, produced and mixed by Adrian McNally in Northumberland;
Poetry recorded by Gavin Bush with production from Cally;
Mastered by Denis Blackham, Isle of Skye;
Photos of The Unthanks by Nigel John, Sarah Mason;
Images of Molly Drake © 2ß17 Bryter Music;
Sleeve design by Steven Wainwright

Musicians

Rachel Unthank, Becky Unthank, vocals;
Adrian McNally, piano, vocals;
Chris Price, double bass, guitar, vocals;
Niopha Keegan, violin, viola, vocals

with
Faye McCalman, clarinet, tenor saxophone;
Martin Douglas, cymbals [5]

Gabrielle Drake, spoken word [1, 3, 5, 7];
Rachel Unthank, Becky Unthank, vocals;
Adrian McNally, piano;
Chris Price, double bass, guitar;
Niopha Keegan, violin, viola, vocals

with
Faye McCalman, clarinet

Tracks

Regular CDExtras CD
  1. What Can a Song Do to You? (4.52)
  2. Dream Your Dreams (2.06)
  3. Martha (0.59)
  4. How Wild the Wind Blows (2.50)
  5. Little Weaver Bird (4.16)
  6. Bird In the Blue (3.25)
  7. The Road to the Stars (3.23)
  8. Set Me Free (4.09)
  9. Woods in May (1.59)
  10. I Remember (4.03)
  11. Never Pine for an Old Love (4.32)
  12. The Shell (0.58)
  13. Soft Shelled Crabs (2.44)
  14. Do You Ever Remember? (3.09)
  15. The First Day (7.10)
  1. Dog on the Wheel (0.23)
  2. Happiness (2.31)
  3. Two Worlds (1.51)
  4. Night Is My Friend (2.30)
  5. Primary Colour (0.19)
  6. Poor Mum (1.56)
  7. Well It Is Finished (1.56)
  8. Love Isn't a Right (2.26)

All songs and poems written by Molly Drake

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Other records with The Unthanks

Simon Haworth, Coast to Coast, CD, Fellside FECD136, 1998

Simon Haworth, Taking Routes, CD, Fellside FECD172, 2003

Julian Sutton, Melodeon Crimes, CD, Resilient RES004, 2005

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2008, 3 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK05, 2008

Various Artists, MOJO Presents the White Album Recovered No. 0000002, CD, MOJO 179, 2008

Various Artists, Moonshine Murder Mountains & Mudflats, (Leigh Folk Festival 2008), CD, Thames Delta MUD001CD, 2008

Various Artists, Looking for a New England, CD, fRoots ACE1, w/ magazine 317/318, 2009

Various Artists, Tanz- & Folkfest Rudolstadt 2009, 2 CD+DVD, HeiDeck HD 20092, 2009

Jonny Kearney & Lucy Farrell, The North Farm Sessions, EP, RabbleRouser RRM006, 2010

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2010, 3 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK10, 2010

Various Artists, Folk Against Fascism, 2 CD, Folk Against Fascism FAF1CD, 2010

Jonny Kearney & Lucy Farrell, Kite, CD, RabbleRouser RRM007, 2011

Various Artists, Oak Ash Thorn, CD, Folk Police FPR003, 2011

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2011, 2 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK11, 2011

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2012, 3 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK12, 2012

Various Artists, Harbour of Songs, CD, The Stables CD001, 2012

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2013, 3 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK14, 2013

Various Artists, Cambridge Folk Festival: Celebrating 50 Years, download, Delphonic DELPH100, 2014

Various Artists, Joy of Living: A Tribute to Ewan MacColl, CD, Cooking Vinyl COOKCD624, 2015

Martin Green, Flit, CD, Reveal REVEAL062CDX, 2016

Kathryn Tickell & Friends, Water of Tyne, CD, Magnetic North East MNE001, 2016

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2016, 2 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK17, 2016