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Dave Swarbrick & Simon Nicol: In the Club

Dave Swarbrick & Simon Nicol: In the Club (Atrax RECS 004)

In the Club
Dave Swarbrick & Simon Nicol

private issue, SN 821 (cassette, UK, 1982)
Atrax Records ATRAX RECS 004 (CD, UK, 2001)

Dave Swarbrick & Simon Nicol: In the Club (Talking Elephant TECD160)

Talking Elephant TECD160 (CD, UK, May 31, 2010)
Talking Elephant TECD355 (CD, UK, September 23, 2016)

Dave Swarbrick & Simon Nicol: In the Club (Talking Elephant TECD355)

The original cassette is a limited issue cassette sold at club gigs from 1982;
Recorded 1981 at Woodworm Studios, Barford St Michael, Oxfordshire.;
Compilation, CD editing, mastering and artwork by Alex Lyons;
Thanks to Trevor Sharples for the initial CD transfer and to Swarb for his enthusiasm;
Sleeve notes by Simon Nicol

Musicians

Dave Swarbrick, fiddle, vocals;
Simon Nicol, guitar, vocals

Tracks

Original Cassette In the Club

  1. 79th's Farewell / Atholl Highlanders / De'il in the Kitchen (4.03)
  2. Three Drunken Maidens (Roud 252) (2.51)
  3. The Young Black Cow / Lord Inchiquin (4.41)
  4. The Widow of Westmorland's Daughter (Roud 228; G/D 7:1439) (3.33)
  5. Si Bheag Si Mhor (6.00)
  6. The Humours of Cappa / Swallowtail Reel (2.29)
  7. After the Thrill (4.10)
  8. Friar's Britches / Lark in the Morning / Gravel Path / Leighton Buzzard Shuffle (4.17)
  9. Pittengardener's Rant / The Floggin' (2.30)
  10. Planxty Morgan / Long Odds (3.02)
  11. Lord Haddo's Favourite / Lady Mary Hayes' Scotch Measure (3.57)

CD Bonus Tracks

  1. Flitter Dance / Peter O'Tavy / Mona's Delight / Hunt the Wren (8.44)
  2. The Hen's March / The Four Poster Bed (4.10)
    both from Richard Digance & Friends, Capital Radio, April 19, 1981.
  3. Over the Lancashire Hills (5.03)
    recorded live at the Stratford Festival, July 1984 by BRMB Radio.
  4. Merry Boys of Greenland / Olifjord Jack / Willafjord (7.11)
  5. O'Carolan's Farewell to Music (5.03)
    both recorded live at Farningham Folk Club, Kent, March 15, 1983, and broadcast on BBC “Folk on Two”

All tracks trad. arr. Dave Swarbrick / Simon Nicol, except
Track 7 Don Henley / Glenn Frey
Track 14 Stuart Marson