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The Ian Campbell Folk Group: Contemporary Campbells

The Ian Campbell Folk Group: Contemporary Campbells (Transatlantic TRA 137)

Contemporary Campbells
The Ian Campbell Folk Group

Transatlantic Records TRA 137 (LP, UK, 1966)
Castle Music ESM CD 523 (CD, UK, 1997, together with New Impressions)

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Recorded at Olympic Studios, London, 1965.
Produced by Nathan Joseph.
Sleeve design by Brian Shuel
Photo: John Adams

See also the album's sleeve notes in the Ian Campbell Folk Group discography at Nick Guida's fantastic The Balladeers website.

Musicians

Ian Campbell, vocal [3, 7-8, 11, 13];
Lorna Campbell, vocal [1, 4, 6, 10, 12];
Brian Clark, guitar [1, 3, 5, 7-9, 11, 13-14], vocal [2];
John Dunkerley, banjo [3, 5-11, 13-14], guitar [2], autoharp [1];
Dave Swarbrick, fiddle [3, 5-7, 9, 13], viola [4], mandolin [1-2, 8, 11, 14];
with
John Gillett, Mansell Davies, bass

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Marilyn Monroe (2.53)
  2. Dirty Old Town (2.39)
  3. Thirty Foot Trailer (3.40)
  4. My Donal (2.12)
  5. Battle of the Somme (2.02)
  6. Hard Life on the Cut (2.06)
  7. Net Hauling Song (2.10)
  1. Death Come Easy (2.10)
  2. Rights of Man (Roud 3578) (1.41)
  3. Liverpool Lullaby (2.22)
  4. Four Pounds a Day (2.31)
  5. The Dove (1.47)
  6. Bloody Orkney (Roud 10605) (2.03)
  7. The D-Day Dodgers (Roud 10499) (4.41)

Track 1 words Sydney Carter, music Rory McEwen;
Tracks 2, 3, 7 Ewan MacColl;
Track 4 Owen Hand;
Track 5 Pipe Major Robertson;
Track 6 Ian Campbell;
Track 8 Harvey Andrews;
Tracks 9, 13 trad. arr. Ian Campbell;
Tracks 10, 11 Stan Kelly;
Track 12 trad. arr. Ewan MacColl;
Track 14 words Hamish Henderson, music Norbert Schulze

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The Ian Campbell Folk Group: New Impressions

The Ian Campbell Folk Group: New Impressions (Transatlantic TRA 151)

New Impressions
The Ian Campbell Folk Group

Transatlantic Records TRA 151 (LP, UK, 1967)
Castle Music ESM CD 523 (CD, UK, 1997, together with Contemporary Campbells)

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Recorded and produced by Nathan Joseph at Pye Studios, London, 1966.
Sleeve design and photo by Brian Shuel.

See also the album's sleeve notes in the Ian Campbell Folk Group discography at Nick Guida's fantastic The Balladeers website.

Musicians

Ian Campbell, Lorna Campbell, vocals;
John Dunkerley, banjo, guitar, accordion;
Brian Clark, guitar, vocals;
George Watts, flute, piccolo, clarinet;
with
Ken Ingerfield, Jack Fallon, Brian Brocklehurst, bass

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Lord of the Dance (2.19)
  2. Berwick Brose (Roud 8082) (2.24)
  3. The Snow is Falling (2.42)
  4. The Bold Benjamin (Roud 2632) (3.18)
  5. New York Gals (Roud 486) (2.39)
  6. The Shoemaker (Roud 837; Henry H551) (1.53)
  7. Baron o' Brackley (Roud 4017; Child 203; G/D 2:234) (3.25)
  8. Aye Waukin O (Roud V16870) (3.25)
  1. Lover Let Me In (3.35)
  2. Greensleeves (Roud 13290) (2.53)
  3. Can Ye Sew Cushions (Roud 5527) (2.43)
  4. Farewell to Tarwathy (Roud 2562; G/D 1:15) (3.08)
  5. Gulls o' Invergordon (2.03)
  6. The Laird o' the Windy Wa's (Roud 135; G/D 4:778) (1.34)
  7. The Card Song (Roud 884; G/D 3:571) (2.32)

Track 1 trad. arr. Sydney Carter;
Tracks 2, 6, 7, 11, 13-15 trad. arr. Ian Campbell;
Tracks 3, 9 Ian Campbell, John Dunkerley;
Track 4, 5 trad. arr. Ian Campbell, John Dunkerley;
Track 8 trad. / Robert Burns, arr. Ian Campbell
Track 10 trad. arr. George Watts;
Track 12 trad. / Scroggie, arr. Ian Campbell

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The Ian Campbell Folk Group: Contemporary Campbells / New Impressions

The Ian Campbell Folk Group: Contemporary Campbells (Castle Music ESM CD 523)

Contemporary Campbells / New Impressions
The Ian Campbell Folk Group

Castle Music ESM CD 523 (CD, UK, 1997)

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This is a reissue of The Ian Campbell Folk Group's fourth and fifth LPs on the Transatlantic label.

Musicians

see the albums above

Tracks

From Contemporary Campbells From New Impressions
  1. Marilyn Monroe (2.53)
  2. Dirty Old Town (2.39)
  3. Thirty Foot Trailer (3.40)
  4. My Donal (2.12)
  5. Battle of the Somme (2.02)
  6. Hard Life on the Cut (2.06)
  7. Net Hauling Song (2.10)
  8. Death Come Easy (2.10)
  9. Rights of Man (Roud 3578) (1.41)
  10. Liverpool Lullaby (2.22)
  11. Four Pounds a Day (2.31)
  12. The Dove (1.47)
  13. Bloody Orkney (Roud 10605) (2.03)
  14. The D-Day Dodgers (Roud 10499) (4.41)
  1. Lord of the Dance (2.19)
  2. Berwick Brose (Roud 8082) (2.24)
  3. The Snow is Falling (2.42)
  4. The Bold Benjamin (Roud 2632) (3.18)
  5. New York Gals (Roud 486) (2.39)
  6. The Shoemaker (Roud 837; Henry H551) (1.53)
  7. Baron o' Brackley (Roud 4017; Child 203; G/D 2:234) (3.25)
  8. Aye Waukin O' (Roud 3361; G/D 7:1399) (3.25)
  9. Lover Let Me In (3.35)
  10. Greensleeves (Roud 13290) (2.53)
  11. Can Ye Sew Cushions (Roud 5527) (2.43)
  12. Farewell to Tarwathy (Roud 2562; G/D 1:15) (3.08)
  13. Gulls o' Invergordon (2.03)
  14. The Laird o' the Windy Wa's (Roud 135; G/D 4:778) (1.34)
  15. The Card Song (Roud 884; G/D 3:571) (2.32)

Track 1 words Sydney Carter, music Rory McEwen;
Tracks 2, 3, 7 Ewan MacColl;
Track 4 Owen Hand;
Track 5 Pipe Major Robertson;
Track 6 Ian Campbell;
Track 8 Harvey Andrews;
Tracks 9, 13, 16, 20, 21, 25, 27-29 trad. arr. Ian Campbell;
Tracks 10, 11 Stan Kelly;
Track 12 trad. arr. Ewan MacColl;
Track 14 words Hamish Henderson, music Norbert Schulze;
Track 15 trad. arr. Sydney Carter;
Tracks 17, 23 Ian Campbell, John Dunkerley;
Track 18, 19 trad. arr. Ian Campbell, John Dunkerley;
Track 22 trad. / Robert Burns arr. Ian Campbell;
Track 24 trad. arr. George Watts;
Track 26 trad. / Scroggie arr. Ian Campbell