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Airs and Graces

June Tabor: Airs and Graces (12TS298)

Airs and Graces
June Tabor

Topic Records 12TS298 (LP, UK, 1976)
Antilles AN 7043 (LP, USA, 1976)
Shanachie (LP/CD, USA, 1991)
Topic Records TSCD298 (CD, UK, November 1989)
Topic Records TTSCD004 (CD w/ bonus tracks, UK, 26 April 2019)

June Tabor: Airs and Graces (TSCD298) June Tabor: Airs and Graces (TTCD004)

Produced by Paul Brown for Roberton Brown Associates Ltd;
Rrecorded at Sound Techniques Studios, engineer Victor Gamm;
Photography by John Bruce;
Notes by June Tabor;
Design by Tony Engle

Musicians

June Tabor, vocals;
Nic Jones, acoustic guitar, fiddle;
Tony Hall, melodeon;
Jon Gillaspie, piano, organ, roxichord, bassoon, sopranino

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. While Gamekeepers Lie Sleeping (Roud 363) (1.44)
  2. Plains of Waterloo (Roud 960; Laws N32) (4.38)
  3. Bonny May (Roud 92; Child 217; G/D 4:838) (4.53)
  4. Reynardine (Roud 397; Laws P15; G/D 2:333) (2.54)
  5. And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda (6.19)
  1. Young Waters (Roud 2860; Child 94) (5.07)
  2. Waly Waly (Roud 87; Child 204) (4.58)
  3. The Merchant's Son (Roud 2153; G/D 2:303; TYG 65) (2.36)
  4. Queen Among the Heather (Roud 375; G/D 5:962; Henry H177) (3.49)
  5. Pull Down Lads (2.55)
2019 CD bonus tracks, all from Always
  1. The Week Before Easter (Roud 154; G/D 6:1198) (4.12)
    recorded in Edinburgh by Andrew Cronshaw, September 1971
  2. The Fair Maid of Wallington (Roud 59; Child 91) (4.27)
    from The First Folk Review Record, 1974
  3. Four Loom Weaver (Roud 937) (2.26)
    recorded in Walthamstow by Alan White, July 1972
  4. The Royal Oak (Roud 951; G/D 1:40) (2.38)
    recorded by Tony Engle at Shackleford Social Centre, March 26, 1972
    out-take from Stagfolk Live, 1972

All tracks trad. arr. June Tabor pub Roberton Brown Associates except
Track 5 Eric Bogle;
Track 10 John Tams