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Giles Farnaby's Dream Band

Giles Farnaby's Dream Band (Argo ZDA 158)

Giles Farnaby's Dream Band
Giles Farnaby's Dream Band

Argo ZDA 158 (LP, UK, 1973)
Walhalla WH 90324 (CD, UK, 2004)

Giles Farnaby's Dream Band (Walhalla WH 90324)
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Giles Farnaby's Dream Band make an entirely new medieval-electric sound, formed by linking the medieval St George’s Canzona with the folk trio Trevor Crozier's Broken Consort. Most of the titles on this album are taken from John Playford's The English Dancing Master.

Produced by Kevin Daly;
Recorded by Iain Churches

Musicians

St George’s Canzona:
Frank Grubb, rebec, recorder;
John Grubb, lute, harpsichord;
Derek Harrison, rebec;
John Lawes, crumhorn, recorder;
Mike Oxenham, crumhorn, clarinet, curtal, recorders;
John Sothcott, citole, crumhorn, rebec, recorders, whistle;
Leila Ward, crumhorn, recorders

Trevor Crozier’s Broken Consort:
Trevor Crozier, vocals [8], banjo, cittern, guitar, harmonica, mandolin;
Annie Crozier, concertina, bowed psaltery;
Vic Gammon, concertina, guitar

The Druids (Judi Longden, Keith Kendrick, John Adams, Mick Hennessy), vocals [4, 11]:

plus
Jeff Clyne, bass guitar;
Dave MacRae, electric piano;
Trevor Tomkins, drums, percussion

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Hare's Maggot (2.45)
  2. Rufty Tufty / Beau Stratagem / Appley House (1.45)
  3. The Hole in the Wall / The Chirping of the Nightingale (1.50)
  4. Pastime With Good Comany (2.55)
  5. Daphne / Nonsuch / Jack's Maggot / Childgrove (4.47)
  6. Shrewbury Lasses (2.36)
  7. Newcastle Brown (2.54)
  8. Helston Furry Dance / Picking of Sticks / The Butterfly (2.02)
  1. The Indian Queen (2.39)
  2. The Happy Clown (1.44)
  3. Ratcliffe Highway (Roud 493; G/D 1:83) (2.42)
  4. The Twenty Ninth of May (2.01)
  5. The Black Nag / Poor Robin's Maggot / Greensleeves (1.59)
  6. Portabella (2.37)
  7. The Draper's Maggot / Tower Hill (3.14)
  8. Mr. Beveridge's Maggot / The British Toper / London's Glory (4.10)

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

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Trevor Crozier: Trouble over Bridgwater

Trevor Crozier and Friends: Trouble over Bridgwater (EMI One-Up OU 2185)

Trouble over Bridgwater
Trevor Crozier and Friends

EMI One-Up OU 2185 (LP, UK, 1977)

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Recorded ‘live’ at Poynton Folk Club (Cheshire);
Location engineers: Graham Kirkby and Mike Jarrett;
Produced by Bob Barratt;
Cover photography by Perter Vernon;
Cover design by Feref

Musicians

Trevor Crozier, vocals, jew's harp;
Barry Dransfield, fiddle;

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Lamorna
  2. Dead Dog Scrumpy
  3. If the Piddlethentride Jug Band Hits the Charts
  4. Tavistock Goosey Fayre (Roud 10683)
  5. First Medley of Breton Tunes
  6. I Like Bananas
  1. The Humours of Earl's Court
  2. The Mendip Mazurka
  3. Trouble Over Bridgwater
  4. A Pub with No Beards
  5. Don't Tell I, Tell 'Ee
  6. Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
  7. Teeth

Track 1 trad. arr. Trevor Crozier;
Tracks 2-3, 7, 10-11 Trevor Crozier, Kevin Sheldon;
Track 4 C. John Trythall;
Track 5 trad. arr. Orhon;
Track 6 Chris Yacich;
Track 8 Trevor Crozier, Chris Joe Beard;
Track 9 Chris Joe Beard;
Track 12 Hank Williams;
Track 13 Bill Oddie

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Cyril Tawney, Cyril Tawney Sings Children’s Songs from Devon and Cornwall, LP, Argo ZFB 4, 1970

Shirley Collins and the Albion Country Band, No Roses, LP, Pegasus PEG 7, 1971

Dave Goulder, Requiem for Steam, LP, Big Ben BB 00.04, 1971

Various Artists, The Painful Plough, LP, Impact IMP-A 103, 1972

Various Artists, The World of Folk Vol. 2, LP, Argo SPA-A 307, 1973

Various Artists, The World of the Countryside, LP, Argo SPA 304, 1974