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A Kentish Garland

Tundra: A Kentish Garland (Sweet Folk All SFA 078)

A Kentish Garland
Tundra

Sweet Folk All Recordings SFA 078 (LP, UK, 1978)

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Recorded at Mid-Wales Sound Studios, Castle Caereinion;
Engineered by Alan Green;
Produced by Joe Stead;
Mastered at the Master Room, London;
Front cover design by Geoff Barnard

Musicians

Doug Hudson, vocals [1-9, 11-12], guitar [2-3, 5, 7, 9, 11-12];
Sue Hudson, vocals [1-5, 7-12], English concertina [2, 6, 9], dulcimer [7];

with:
Ian Telfer, fiddle [1, 5, 8-9, 11], bowed psaltery [3], English concertina [7];
Alan Prosser, fiddle [1, 5], bells [1], guitar [3, 8, 12], vocals [7], bass guitar [7], mandola [9, 11], harmonium [10];
Chris Taylor, harmonica [1], bouzouki [2, 7], bodhrán [8, 11], dulcimer [9];
Damien Richardson, bodhrán [4]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Jovial Man of Kent (3.30)
  2. Hopping Down in Kent (Roud 1715) (2.08)
  3. The Lady of Rochester Castle (2.10)
  4. Captain Ward and the Rainbow (Roud 224; Child 287; G/D 1:39) (2.17)
  5. Jezreels (1.42)
  6. Petition of the Pigs in Kent (3.26)
  1. Come on the Fleet (1.59)
  2. John Appleby (Roud 1292) (1.59)
  3. The Pear Tree (Roud 1713) (3.35)
  4. Tarry Trowsers (Roud 427) (2.56)
  5. The Chathamites (1.56)
  6. Medway Flows Softly (3.48)

All tracks trad. arr. Tundra except
Tracks 3, 5, 7 Doug Hudson;
Track 6 Copyright Control;
Track 12 George Gilbert

> Folk Music > Records > Tundra: The Kentish Songster

The Kentish Songster

Tundra: The Kentish Songster (Greenwich Village GVR 208)

The Kentish Songster
Tundra

Greenwich Village Records GVR 208 (LP, UK, 1980)

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Recorded at Mid-Wales Sound Studios, Castle Caereinion, in April 1980;
Engineered by Joe Stead;
Produced by Doug and Sue Hudson;
Mastered by Tony Bridge;
Illustrations by Geoff Barnard;
Sleeve design by Mike Walsh

Musicians

Doug Hudson, vocals [1-6, 8-11], guitar [1, 3, 5, 9], 12-string guitar [6];
Sue Hudson, vocals [1-4, 6-11], English concertina [1, 3, 5, 9]

with:
Alan Prosser, guitar [1, 3, 5-9, 11], bones [1];
Ian Telfer, fiddle [1, 3, 5-6, 9, 11], viola [5];
Chris Taylor, harmonica [], Will Ward, bassoon [4];
John Jones, vocals [4], melodeon [10];

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Jolly Jack of Dover / The Herne Bay Dance (4.08)
  2. The Dutchmen (2.19)
  3. Sweet Orange Pippin (2.58)
  4. The Yeoman of Kent (4.18)
  5. Cells (4.52)
  1. The Lullingstone Hunt (3.55)
  2. Pretty Maids of Greenwich (Roud 8120) (2.23)
  3. The Kentish Frolick (3.35)
  4. Hops (2.58)
  5. The Old Man and His Wife (Roud 281; Laws Q1; Henry H702) (2.06)
  6. The Hop Supper (2.06)

All tracks trad. arr. Doug & Sue Hudson except
Tracks 2 words Rudyard Kipling, tune The Farmer's Boy;
Track 3 Bob Kenward;
Track 4 Thomas D'Urfey;
Tracks 5 words Rudyard Kipling, tune Martin Windsor

> Folk Music > Records > Tundra: Songs from Greenwich

Songs from Greenwich

Tundra: Songs from Greenwich (Greenwich Village GVR 208)

Songs from Greenwich
Tundra

Greenwich Village Records GVR 218 (LP, UK, 1981)

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Recorded at Leader Studios, Greetland, Halifax, in May 1981;
Engineered by Bill Leader;
Produced by Doug and Sue Hudson;
Mastered by Tony Bridge at Pye Studios, London;
Sleeve design by Mike Walsh;
Pictures and sketches supplied by courtesy of the Greenwich Local History Library

Musicians

Doug Hudson, vocals, guitar;
Sue Hudson, vocals, English concertina

with:
Alan Prosser, fiddle, guitar, synthesiser

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Greenwich Park (1.30)
  2. Pretty Maids of Greenwich (Roud 8120) (2.25)
  3. The Rambling Sailor (Roud 518; G/D 7:1477) (2.15)
  4. Rebellion of Wat Tyler (2.57)
  5. Admiral Benbow (Roud 227) (2.50)
  6. The Greenwich Lovers' Garland (4.41)
  1. Homeward Bound (Roud 927 or 18905) (2.04)
  2. The Blackheath Burglar (2.46)
  3. The Jolly Sailor, or, The Lady of Greenwich (Roud 952) (2.38)
  4. So Handy (Roud 814) (1.03)
  5. Jack at Greenwich (3.42)
  6. I'm Going to Leave Her / Shallow Brown (Roud 2621) (3.08)

All tracks trad. arr. Sue Hudson except
Track 11 Charles Dibdin