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This Label Is Not Removable

This Label Is Not Removable (Free Reed FRTCD 25)

This Label Is Not Removable
A celebration of 25 years of Free Reed
Various Artists

Free Reed Records FRTCD 25 (3 CD, UK, 2002)

Compiled and researched by Nigel Schofield;
Production and coordination by Neil Wayne

Tracks

CD 1

  1. Peter Bellamy: Cells (4.38)
    from Barrack-Room Ballads (FRR 014, 1977)
  2. Barrie Roberts: Mandalay (5.25)
    live at the Fitter's Arms, Walsall, 1974; previously unreleased
  3. Tommy Williams: Springtime in Battersea (3.18)
    from Springtime in Battersea (FRR 008, 1976)
  4. Eddie Butcher: Let Them Come to Ireland (3.13)
    from Once I Was a Daysman (FRR 003, 1976)
  5. Séamus Ennis: Salamanca / Duke Gordon (4.08)
    from Forty Years of Irish Piping (FRR(D) 001/2, 1976)
  6. Joe Holmes and Len Graham: Tumbling Through the Hay (2.42)
    from Chaste Muses, Bards & Sages (FRR 007, 1976)
  7. Nellie Power: Silver Wedding March (3.39)
    previously unreleased field recording
  8. Micho Russell: Divide the Cally Fair reel (2.01)
    from Traditional Country Music of County Clare (FRR 004, 1976)
  9. Tommy Williams: Woodland Flowers (2.35)
    from Springtime in Battersea (FRR 008, 1976)
  10. Gordon Cutty: Woodland Flowers (2.11)
    from A Grand Old Fashioned Dance (FRR 006, 1976)
  11. The Old Swan Band: Woodland Flowers / Oscar Wood's Jig (3.18)
    previously unreleased
  12. Joe Holmes and Len Graham: Molly Branigan (1.23)
    from Chaste Muses, Bards & Sages (FRR 007, 1976)
  13. Tufty Swift with Sue Harris and Alan Harris: Lady of the Lake / Buffalo Girls (3.09)
    from How to Make a Bakewell Tart (FRR 017, 1977)
  14. Colonel Sanderson's Memorial Concertina Band: The Leaving of Liverpool (Roud 9435) (1.20)
    previously unreleased
  15. Robin and Barry Dransfield: I Sowed Some Seeds (2.24)
    from Popular to Contrary Belief (FRR 018, 1977)
  16. Eddie Butcher: The Hiring Fair (2.54)
    from Once I Was a Daysman (FRR 003, 1976)
  17. Fairport Convention: The Hiring Fair (7.39)
    previously unreleased live recording from February 16, 1992
  18. Tony Hall: Trumpet Hornpipe (2.23)
    from Fieldvole Music (FRR 012, 1977)
  19. The Spinners with Neil Wayne and members of the Ocean Youth Club: Paddy Lay Back (2.49)
    from Songs of the Tall Ships (NTS 154, 1978)
  20. Tony Hall with Keith Pearshouse and Ian McCoy: Shallow Brown (5.09)
    from Fieldvole Music (FRR 012, 1977)
  21. Peter Bellamy with Sharon and the Students: Thorkild's Song (2.20)
    previously unreleased radio session

CD 2

  1. John Kirkpatrick: The Gas Almost Works (2.39)
    from Going Spare (FRR 030, 1978)
  2. Flowers and Frolics with Bob Davenport: Grandfather's Tune / He Played His Ukulele As the Ship Went Down / Mickey Mouse's Son and Daughter (3.13)
    from Bees on Horseback (FRR 016, 1977)
  3. Tony Hall with Nic Jones: Just As the Tide Was Flowing (Roud 1105) (6.13)
    from Fieldvole Music (FRR 012, 1977)
  4. Eddie Upton: There's Comfort in a Drop of Gin (2.54)
    from The Tale of Ale (FRRD 023/024, 1976)
  5. Michael Hebbert: Dambusters March (2.57)
    from The Rampin' Cat (FRR 009, 1977)
  6. Sue Harris: McCaffery (5.16)
    from Hammers and Tongues (FRR 020, 1978)
  7. Peter Bellamy with Tony Hall and Chris Birch: Mandalay (5.41)
    from Barrack-Room Ballads (FRR 014, 1977)
  8. Eddie Butcher: Down the Moor (3.14)
    from Once I Was a Daysman (FRR 003, 1976)
  9. Old Swan Band: The King of the Gypsies (2.55)
    from Old Swan Brand (FRR 028, 1978)
  10. Robin and Barry Dransfield: Cold Blow and a Rainy Night (1.41)
    from Popular to Contrary Belief (FRR 018, 1977)
  11. Michael Hebbert: Star of the County Down / The American Boot-Dance / Jenny Lind Polka (5.51)
    from The Rampin' Cat (FRR 009, 1977)
  12. Sue Harris: Put on Your Tat-Ta, Little Girl (3.12)
    from Hammers and Tongues (FRR 020, 1978)
  13. Flowers and Frolics with June Tabor: Two Little Girls in Blue (2.37)
    from Bees on Horseback (FRR 016, 1977)
  14. John Kirkpatrick: Monk's March / Fieldtown Processional (4.59)
    from Plain Capers (FRR 010, 1976)
  15. Trotto: Abbots Bromley Horn Dance (1.38)
    from Trotto (FRR 005, 1976)
  16. Old Swan Band: Winster Gallop / Four Hand Reel / The Dark Girl Dressed in Blue (4.20)
    from No Reels (FRR 011, 1976)
  17. Peter Wood: The Pleasant Ballad of John Barleycorn (7.26)
    from The Tale of Ale (FRRD 023/024, 1976)
  18. Tufty Swift: Tip-Top Polka (3.03)
    from How to Make a Bakewell Tart (FRR 017, 1977)
  19. Liverpool Concertina Band: My Ding a Ling / Lily the Pink (2.19)
    previously unreleased
  20. Flowers and Frolics: Huntsman's Chorus / John Ryan's / Broom's Reel (3.53)
    from Bees on Horseback (FRR 016, 1977)
  21. Bernard Wrigley: Nellie the Elephant (2.11)
    previously unreleased

CD 3

  1. Bernie Parry with Bob Fox and John Kirkpatrick: Davy (6.21)
    from Sailing to the Moon (FRR 026, 1977)
  2. A.L. Lloyd: The Robber's Song (2.53)
    from The Transports (FRRD 021/022, 1977)
  3. Vin Garbutt: Vincent (2.55)
    from Les Barker: Mrs Ackroyd Superstar (FRR 015, 1977)
  4. Bernie Parry with Bob Fox: Man of the Earth (5.17)
    from Sailing to the Moon (FRR 026, 1977)
  5. Tony Hall: Ten Thousand Miles Away (5.52)
    Fieldvole Music (FRR 012, 1977) out-take
  6. Gordon Cutty: Golden Tango (1.38)
    from A Grand Old Fashioned Dance (FRR 006, 1976)
  7. Noel Murphy: Candlelight and Wine (4.35)
    from Les Barker: Mrs Ackroyd Superstar (FRR 015, 1977)
  8. John Kirkpatrick: Jogging Along with My Reindeer (4.05)
    from Going Spare (FRR 030, 1978)
  9. Roaring Jelly: Family Christmas (4.27)
    from Golden Grates (FRR 013, 1977)
  10. Robin and Barry Dransfield: Morris Ponk the Ticker Fixer (2.50)
    from Popular to Contrary Belief (FRR 018, 1977)
  11. Old Swan Band: Curley Headed Ploughboy / The Quaker / Three Around Three (4.12)
    from No Reels (FRR 011, 1976)
  12. Les Barker: Holland's Meat Pies (3.06)
    from Mrs Ackroyd Superstar (FRR 015, 1977)
  13. Marie Robson: My Bonny Lad (1.10)
    previously unreleased
  14. Mike Waterson: The Black and Bitter Night (7.11)
  15. Nic Jones: Us Poor Fellows (5.18)
    both from The Transports (FRRD 021/022, 1977)
  16. Micho Russell: The Titanic (3.47)
    from Traditional Country Music of County Clare (FRR 004, 1976)
  17. Tony Barrand with John Roberts, Dave Webber, Louis Killen, Ian Robb: Mandalay (6.11)
    Old Songs Festival, Altamont, New York, 2000; previously unreleased
  18. Bernie Parry and Tony Taffinder: If Stories Were Made of Gold (6.04)
    especially recorded for this album
  19. Les Barker: Mr Wheatstone's Lap-Top (0.45)
    especially written and recorded for this album