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Northern English mudcat CD's

Guy Wolff 31 Oct 02 - 11:16 AM
Amos 31 Oct 02 - 11:28 AM
greg stephens 31 Oct 02 - 11:49 AM
Micca 31 Oct 02 - 01:32 PM
Malcolm Douglas 31 Oct 02 - 01:46 PM
GUEST 31 Oct 02 - 03:07 PM
Guy Wolff 31 Oct 02 - 03:59 PM
GUEST 31 Oct 02 - 04:25 PM
Guy Wolff 31 Oct 02 - 04:30 PM
GUEST,Mike 31 Oct 02 - 05:09 PM
wysiwyg 31 Oct 02 - 05:13 PM
GUEST 31 Oct 02 - 05:22 PM
greg stephens 31 Oct 02 - 05:49 PM
McGrath of Harlow 31 Oct 02 - 08:20 PM
Guy Wolff 31 Oct 02 - 09:08 PM
wysiwyg 31 Oct 02 - 09:58 PM
Guy Wolff 31 Oct 02 - 10:15 PM
Alice 31 Oct 02 - 10:16 PM
Alice 31 Oct 02 - 10:19 PM
Alice 31 Oct 02 - 10:21 PM
wysiwyg 01 Nov 02 - 12:27 AM
Oaklet 01 Nov 02 - 02:29 AM
Roger the Skiffler 01 Nov 02 - 03:46 AM
Bernard 01 Nov 02 - 03:22 PM
GUEST,KJ 01 Nov 02 - 05:23 PM
Sonnet 01 Nov 02 - 06:39 PM
Guy Wolff 01 Nov 02 - 08:15 PM
John Robinson (aka Cittern) 15 Jul 04 - 10:08 AM
GUEST,HipflaskAndy 15 Jul 04 - 10:37 AM
MudGuard 15 Jul 04 - 11:15 AM
Barb'ry 15 Jul 04 - 12:05 PM
GUEST,John (Cittern) at studio 15 Jul 04 - 03:17 PM
MudGuard 16 Jul 04 - 05:54 AM
Mark Dowding 16 Jul 04 - 06:23 AM
GUEST,Hootenanny 16 Jul 04 - 06:58 AM
GUEST,Woodchip 16 Jul 04 - 07:13 AM
Matthew Edwards 16 Jul 04 - 07:12 PM
Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull 28 Nov 04 - 09:27 AM
Guy Wolff 28 Nov 04 - 10:38 AM
English Jon 28 Nov 04 - 03:46 PM
Guy Wolff 28 Nov 04 - 06:38 PM
wysiwyg 28 Nov 04 - 06:47 PM
GUEST,padgett 29 Nov 04 - 07:40 AM
Guy Wolff 29 Nov 04 - 04:21 PM
Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull 29 Nov 04 - 04:38 PM
Banjo-Flower 29 Nov 04 - 08:01 PM
The Villan 30 Nov 04 - 01:01 AM
GUEST,padgett 30 Nov 04 - 07:33 AM
Sttaw Legend 30 Nov 04 - 08:00 AM
Hand-Pulled Boy 30 Nov 04 - 08:10 AM
Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull 30 Nov 04 - 09:06 AM
Hand-Pulled Boy 30 Nov 04 - 12:14 PM
Guy Wolff 01 Dec 04 - 12:57 PM
greg stephens 03 Mar 06 - 05:53 AM
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Subject: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 11:16 AM

Hello to all here.. I was wondering after my short visit to Yorkshire and the north this mounth , How meny CD's are out by Members in one of Mudcat's most active areas.. Off the top of my head Bill Sables has two werth owning , Sam Pirth has an incredable one with all those great young people.. (I'm glad they could all get permition to get out of class to go to the studio that day ! Just Joking !!)He most have more.!!! THen there's This great CD I just got from Oakley that everyone should own from his band CARA and the Sweet voice of Rosie Clegg who I heard at Greycap's session.in Harrogate . Between Yorkshire LAncashire Sunderland , Northumberland and Cumbria there most be a ton of great music recored.. Any thoughts ???????

THe night after I was at the Knox Arms I found out I missed Johnny Handle at the Middle Of Britton Hotel in HAltwistle by one night.. I wish I could be into places at once that night.. All the best to all here!

I wonder how we can work at getting these CD's out there for us all to BUY and support.. More soon


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Amos
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 11:28 AM

I reckon shipping a dozen of each to Dick Greenhaus would manage it, Guy.

A


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: greg stephens
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 11:49 AM

One very good northern CD by a Mudcatter is called "A Trip to the Lakes"; it is all traditional tunes from Cumbria. I'll check out the liner notes and see who made it ....................just putting me glasses on..........ah here we are, Greg Stephens is the name of the Mudcatter concerned.


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Micca
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 01:32 PM

dont know if Wales Qualifies Guy, but Llanfairs "Songs from Ashdale" is wonderful!! good strong female singer, and nice backing,


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Malcolm Douglas
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 01:46 PM

I think that there might be some quarrels with any attempt to place Wales in the North of England (!), though there is a village of that name in South Yorkshire.


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: GUEST
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 03:07 PM

And how do we get the 'Greg Stevens' CD, Greg?

What sort of stuff is on it? I really like the Jamie Knowles book 'A Northern Lass' Is that the sort of thing?

Mike


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 03:59 PM

Amos , Hello , Yes I think Dick would be a perfect place to start or if some UK member could organize from that side that could work as well.. Great

Greg I did my jouneymanship in part at Wetheriggs pottery outside Penrith so I have great feelings for the lakes..If you would leave an adress here or in my personal I would send some $$$ for your cd.. YAY

Miicca thanks for mentioning this cd.. My aprentiships were in Penbrokeshire and Glamorganshire so we can celabrate Wale and Llanfair for being Wales.. Lets let Wales be Wales by all means.. a beautiful world all onto itself!!!

Oakley How do people get yours??? This cd should not be missed for the frienship and musicianship it shows... !!!!

Any more out there ???? all the best GUY

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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: GUEST
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 04:25 PM

'Time & Tide' by Colin & Karen Thompson is well worth a listen. Strong vocals and excellent guitar.


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 04:30 PM

THanks guest, And how do I look for that one??? ALl the best , GUY,

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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: GUEST,Mike
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 05:09 PM

Apologies for spelling your name wrong, Mr Stephens

Mike


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: wysiwyg
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 05:13 PM

There is a permathread on Mudcatter CDs.

~S~


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: GUEST
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 05:22 PM

Yes, WYSIWYG there is.

However, the content of that thread has very little to do with this one.

Would I be rude if I suggested that you 'shut up' unless you have something relevant and useful to say?

Probably...


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: greg stephens
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 05:49 PM

GUEST called Mike: the stuff on "Trip to the Lakes" is very like what you'll find in jamie Knowles "Northern Lass", because Jamie edited my notebooks for that book; I was the source for 80 of the tunes in it. If you'ld like a copy, PM me(if youre a cookie-less member). otherwise email me at boatband(at)cwctv.net(putting in the at symbol of course, I'm on spam prevention).

Guy Wolff: I played a gig at Wetheriggs Pottery once. great place. I'll PM you with some info in case you want a CD.


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: McGrath of Harlow
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 08:20 PM

It's easy to miss the existence of Mudcat faciities such a the permathread WYSIWYG brought to our attention, and it's a relevant one for anybody reading this thread. I hadn't realised it existed until I read her post.

And finding that permathread isn't that straightforward anyways. (In fact I haven't managed yet.)

If Greg Stephens hadn't overcome his modesty to plug Trip to the Lakes, I would have. (And here's a link to the Boat Band site for other goodies from the same stable, more or less.


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 09:08 PM

Yes my point with this thread was to talk about cd's of members in the north but am very happy to go look at the permathread. It is fun to hear what people have to say about music from friends we have all made from music get togthers. I love Sam Pirth's cd so its fun to talk about it.. The same with Oakley's cd.. I would love to hear more about any out there.. A list is great, people talking about them is even better. All the best to all here..


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: wysiwyg
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 09:58 PM

Among other info in the permathread is info about getting CDs reviewed by the Philly Folksong Society's reviewer, who is a member here.

A link in that thread, back to this one, would be a very good thing.

To find it use the Forum Filter, using the search term:

CD

And you will find it in the list, if no other means come to mind.

~Susan


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 10:15 PM

Susan Thanks, I just went to look at the permathread.. Very interesting.. I hope eveyone here has a copy of Sam Pirt's cd ( THe one with the numbers for a name.. ) it is incredable..I want to get a copy to Chris T over at Green Linnett .. It should get serious air time over here in the US. Thanks for the heads up on the thread .. Guy

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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Alice
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 10:16 PM

link to Mudcatters' CDs Permathread


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Alice
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 10:19 PM

The permathread I linked to in previous post has contact info for Bill Sables and others, including this message

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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: SarahC - PM
Date: 20 Jan 02 - 05:03 AM

I am part of North of England duo called Kinin with Pete Millard and we released a self-titled CD last year. I play fiddle and Pete sings and plays
cittern.

There is a track listing and sound clips on our website at www.kinin.co.uk and pointers to where else it is featured plus some reviews.

Cheers Sarah
==================

Alice


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Alice
Date: 31 Oct 02 - 10:21 PM

Regarding permathreads, look for the pull down menu that says Mudcat FAQ - Newcomers Guide, click on it, and you will find also the permathread index.


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: wysiwyg
Date: 01 Nov 02 - 12:27 AM

You're welcome, Guy. All the best to recording Mudcatters everywhere.

~Susan


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Oaklet
Date: 01 Nov 02 - 02:29 AM

Guy, thanks for your kindness towards "Asleep Behind the Settee" This Cara CD is available by e mail to david.oakley7@btopenworld.com


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 01 Nov 02 - 03:46 AM

Mr Chad says:
"What no Pancho the Hearsay?
RtS


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Bernard
Date: 01 Nov 02 - 03:22 PM

Click here...


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: GUEST,KJ
Date: 01 Nov 02 - 05:23 PM

For Time & Tide, Karen & Colin Thompson's Cd e.mail kcthompson@btinternet.com.


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Sonnet
Date: 01 Nov 02 - 06:39 PM

Rachael McShane (Mudcat name Nightingale) also has a CD available. "Look Beyond", by this young Barnsley singer, is available mail order. Please PM me for further details.

Jay


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 01 Nov 02 - 08:15 PM

THis is great , I will be able to make pots to mudcatter's cd's for hours on end.. I just got two older High Level Ranter cd's that bring back alot for me.. I spent years playing for New England square dances and alot of this music is related.. In feeling at least..

I will work at getting as meny of these CD's as I can.. Thanks to all who have posted here.

.Anyone keeping discriptions going on their cds???I think that would be a great addition to the perma -thread idea.. Also talking about over-veiws of what kind of recording was done.. For instance I think I remember my son Ben telling me SAm Pirt's group sat in a circle under a mike and got that incredable cd straight from just incredable performance.. When I work I add instroment on top of instroment track.. Lots of fun when your working alone... Anyway talking about cd making skills could be alot of fun and helpful for all thinking of doing one.. any thoughts??? All the best GUY

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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: John Robinson (aka Cittern)
Date: 15 Jul 04 - 10:08 AM

Guy - you can have lots of fun recording round one mic. I know someone who recently recorded a punk band around a single mic!

Mind you it was a VERY expensive Soundfield (originally intended for recording orchestral performances I believe).

I've recorded a bluegrass outfit using only ambient mics - but soon reverted to a mix of this and close micing - I guess my instinct as an engineer is to make sure I can get control of the mix later in the process!

As regards Mudcatters CDs, I have recorded tracks on and mastered the new Julie Ellison CD "At Last". You can hear samples at:

http://www.julieellison.co.uk/samples.shtml

All the best
John Robinson
http://www.JulieEllison.co.uk


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: GUEST,HipflaskAndy
Date: 15 Jul 04 - 10:37 AM

This 'permathread' thing seems all very well, but if the example above is anything to go by, may need some updating.
SarahC no longer plays in Kinin - not since about the time that message was posted I reckon! She now plays a mighty fiddle for Howden-Jones - now they're Northern! And pretty fine too.
Surely there are SO many Catters oop North (mesel among 'em) with CDs out that it would take some doing do list 'em all.
I'm not going to attempt it - or even 'single' anyone else out - but all of the northern catters mentioned so far are well worth listening to folks - go get 'em all! HFA


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: MudGuard
Date: 15 Jul 04 - 11:15 AM

Good North English CDs by Mudcatters?

The already mentioned Cara "Asleep behind the settee".
Also by Cara "The notes in the stones".
And of course "fish out of water" by hissyfit (Linda Kelly and Hazel Richings)
The already mentioned "Songs from Ashdale" by Llanfair is also very good.
How far south goes "Northern English"? To Harlow? If so "Marmite and other stuff" by McGrath of Harlow"


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Barb'ry
Date: 15 Jul 04 - 12:05 PM

Don't forget Mark Dowding's 2 CDs - both excellent and definitely Northern!


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: GUEST,John (Cittern) at studio
Date: 15 Jul 04 - 03:17 PM

I've not yet heard Duncan McFarlane's Band CD but if the live performance is anything to go by it will be brill!

Same for the Howden Jones Band ....

Funny that, now I run a label, I no longer have the disposable income to buy CDs !!!!

John
http://www.JulieEllison.co.uk


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: MudGuard
Date: 16 Jul 04 - 05:54 AM

"Bridging the gap" by Bill Sables, Sam Pirt and Ian Stephenson should also be mentioned!


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Mark Dowding
Date: 16 Jul 04 - 06:23 AM

Barb'ry

Don't you mean my 3 CDs?

Details HERE

Cheers
Mark


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: GUEST,Hootenanny
Date: 16 Jul 04 - 06:58 AM

If you guys are looking for very good CD's of Northern performers then you should check out Kyloe Records at Berwick on Tweed, they are on the web. Don't have the address with me but you should be able to find it with a search. Great stuff, singers, fiddlers, Nothumbrian pipers and storytellers.
Many recorded for the first time by well known collector Mike Yates.


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: GUEST,Woodchip
Date: 16 Jul 04 - 07:13 AM

The Duncan McFarlane Band CD 'Woodshed Boys' is INDEED brill John!!!
Get one bought soonest lad!
They're at Saddleworth Fest this Saturday, Harewood House (twice!) and Robin Hood's Bay in August, Walton (Essex) and Otley Fests in September.

A thumbs up and good raps from 'fRoots' - excellent review in USA's latest 'Dirty Linen'
- and a fine report appeared yesterday on Radio Two's Folk & Acoustic Website (news page)
- which pointed out that some of the CD 'appears' on Yorkshire Television's soap 'Emmerdale'.
One track (Can't Go There) is even getting repeated plays on a 'country' station in Montana! (which worries them a bit I understand!)

All of the band live and work tween Ilkley/Otley/Leeds - is that Northern enough?
And Cleckheaton resident Alistair Russell and Maggie Boyle (Keighley resident?) are on it too.
Alistair Hulett's on it as well, but up in Glasgow, that's WAY too North for 'North'!!!
Check out their website http://www.duncanmcfarlane.co.uk


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Matthew Edwards
Date: 16 Jul 04 - 07:12 PM

Hootenanny, it may be stretching things a wee bit to include Kyloe CDs in a "Northern English" category, but they are indeed excellent whether or not there is any actual Mudcatter involvement.

The Borderers CD does have a couple of diva performances that are well worth listening to - see the review by Rod Stradling on the Musical Traditions website.


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 28 Nov 04 - 09:27 AM


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 28 Nov 04 - 10:38 AM

Yes John We should add Cara's new cd to this thread ,. Long forgotten has just come out and is a wonderful cd. Please read related thread. !! I was very happy that Oakley give some background on recording in that thread. Very interesting stuf >>


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: English Jon
Date: 28 Nov 04 - 03:46 PM

Damn.

Guy was in the UK and I missed him.

Damn and blast.
Hope you're well mate - "Out and About" is never far from my CD player!

Cheers,
Jon


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 28 Nov 04 - 06:38 PM

What a very nice thing to say Jon. I havent gotten to Britton in a year or more so dont worry . I will come look you up if I get the chance to get out again !! All the best , guy


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: wysiwyg
Date: 28 Nov 04 - 06:47 PM

To update any permathread, simply post the corrected/updated info in the permathread, with a note saying which of the previous posts it's correcting. Whoever sees to that permathread will usually come along in due course and make the change.

~Susan


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: GUEST,padgett
Date: 29 Nov 04 - 07:40 AM

just seen this thread, there are very many Northern performers, many of whom perform trad song and I know that there are threads which say who they are ~

many like me have made their own Cds of eg Yorkshire Trad songs collected and arranged over very many years and are regular performers at clubs and fringe festival events, and festivals in context


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 29 Nov 04 - 04:21 PM

PAdgett Let us all know how to find your cd . thats part of what this thread is about . I love yorkshire and would love to hear the cd. Cheers Guy Wolff


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 29 Nov 04 - 04:38 PM

Padgett-Wahts your CD called, How much is it? and how can people buy it?, Have you got a website?


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Banjo-Flower
Date: 29 Nov 04 - 08:01 PM

Hi Guy Why do'nt you PM "The Villan "for a copy of the Yellow Belly's CD and help to send a sick child to see Santa in Lapland

Gerry


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: The Villan
Date: 30 Nov 04 - 01:01 AM

Thanks for the plug Gerry

The purpose of the Yellowbellies Cd is to help send very ill children to Lapland to see Father Christmas. Radio lincolnshire are running the Go for Gold appeal for this purpose.
The Cd consists of 16 songs/Tunes from artists based in Lincolnshire, who all very kindly donated their songs/Tunes for free in order to help this worthy cause.

Artiste        Song Title        Composer


Miranda Sykes        Lincolnshire Song        John Sykes
        (Time 4' 42") From the 2004 album 'Don't Look Down' IRR 052

Stitherum        Sixteen Miles For Every Acre        S & M Dewsbury
        (Time 3' 48") From the 2004 album 'Threads' STTUM 002

John Blanks        Annachie Gordon        Traditional
        (Time 5' 03") Recorded by Andrew David, BBC Radio Lincolnshire, July 2004

Cara        Abbeyfeale        David Oakley
        (Time 3' 51") From the 2002 album 'Asleep Behind the Settee'

Bill Whaley and Dave Fletcher        Follow the Drum        Dave Fletcher        
        (Time 3' 37") From the 2003 album 'Less Sprightly' BILDA 003

Winter/Wilson        Being There        Dave Wilson
        (Time 4' 23") Recorded especially for this CD in Kip and Dave's front room, Sleaford, August 2004

Brian Dawson        The Owls and the Mice        Traditional
        (Time 2' 17") Recorded by Nick Wilmshurst, BBC Radio Lincolnshire, July 2004

Akmed's Camel        Donkey and the Cart/ Sorcery        Kim Biggs
        (Time 3' 15") From the 1998 album 'Akmed's Camel' B.T.L. CD 3

Dave and Julie Evardson        Thrown It All Away        Dave Evardson
        (Time 4' 33") From the 2003 album 'A Ramble on the Viking Way' GAA 03/04

Simon Johnson        Senoran Desert Queen        Simon Johnson
        (Time 4' 06") Recorded especially for this album by Simon Johnson

Old Parrot Band        Wise Old Love        P & C Dickenson
        (Time 5' 35") From the 1996 album 'In between the Dances' BEAK 001

Rosie and Lucy Coggle        Spilt Raspberries/        Rosie Coggle
        Julia Delaney's/ The Banshee/ Paddy Fahy's        Traditional
        (Time 4' 46") Recorded Live at the Young Tradition Concert, Assembly Rooms, Derby, February 2004

Colin and Karen Thompson        F223        Roy Jones
        (Time 4' 16") From the 2001 album 'Time and Tide'

Kate Abbot        Sea Change        Mark Addison
        (Time 3'53") Recorded live at the BBC Radio Lincolnshire
        'Write a Lincolnshire Folk Song Competition', Spilsby Theatre , Oct 1993

John Conolly        Fiddlers Green        John Conolly
        (Time 3' 49") From the 2004 album 'Ranter's Wharf' JACD02

Liam Robinson         Plough Jag Song/ Congress at Laceby/        Traditional
        Market Rasen Feast
        (Time 2' 53") Recorded especially for this CD


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: GUEST,padgett
Date: 30 Nov 04 - 07:33 AM

My CD is called 'Stand Up Raymond' Volume One:
[Oh he is!] being slighly short in stature, but not a lot!!

has some 14 tracks I think (at work!) Nobleman and Thresher, Poor Old Weavers Daughter, Edward, (Frank Hinchliffe), McCafferty; Down By dark Arches, Old Brown's Daughter (Norfolk), Rolling on the Grass, Muffin Man (Arthur Howard) Dalesman's Litenay etc

Hope to start volume 2 shortly!
Selling for £5, given one for review to Paul Davenport of English Dance and song ~ like a demo so a bit short on sleeve notes from R.Padgett
68, Longcauseway, Barnsley S71 2JA also copies with Dave Burland, Derek Elliott, Steve Rusby, and upteen others bought or given away


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Sttaw Legend
Date: 30 Nov 04 - 08:00 AM

Hand-Pulled-Boy and mesen alias - "harriWatts band" have a new CD titled "Comin' Out" @ £5 sterling.

Tracks - Its the moon baby - Sun Lady - Comin' out - Angel eyes - This need in me - Poor Billy

It is a six track promotional CD of self-penned material.
Please PM me for details of how to obtain a copy or email harriwattsband@hotmail.com

Thanks folks


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Hand-Pulled Boy
Date: 30 Nov 04 - 08:10 AM

Can I have a copy please? I hear the singer has a very sexy voice wrapped up in some very sensuous violin playing and the songs are both sexy and violent. What a fine recipe for success!


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 30 Nov 04 - 09:06 AM

ive got the harri watts band cd, its really nice.


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Hand-Pulled Boy
Date: 30 Nov 04 - 12:14 PM

It's available somwhere but I've forgot.


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 01 Dec 04 - 12:57 PM

Of the above postings do we have any from the Norumberland Piper's So members?? . ?? I think some NSP and SSP ( boarder music) cd's would be very apropriate to add to this thread.. Anyone that can give us email or websites to go to will help us really GET these cd's . Plaes dont think of posting real information as self serving commercialisum but ,rather culturel exchange !!! All the best , Guy


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: greg stephens
Date: 03 Mar 06 - 05:53 AM

Well, Guy Woolff says it's not self-serving commercialism, it's cultural information   exchange, so here goes.
My own band(the Boat Band) has just had its CD "A Trip to the Lakes" issued on Harbourtown Records, and Rod Stradling has just reviewed it on his Musical Traditions website. Sorry, I can't figure out how to do a link to a specific review, but if you go to the site it should be obvious in the Reviews section.


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: JohnB
Date: 03 Mar 06 - 10:28 AM

It should magically apear here
JohnB


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: closet-folkie
Date: 03 Mar 06 - 12:05 PM

I live in the USA but several of my songs deal with memories and recollections of the Lincolnshire of my youth. Does that count? My website is linked below. Cheers, Steve R.
PS. I'd like to add that Cara are indeed great.
Steve Robinson


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 03 Apr 06 - 09:03 PM

I am so glad to see this thread has a life of its own .. great stuff . All the best , guy


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Fidjit
Date: 04 Apr 06 - 06:49 AM

Stumbled here 'cos I saw Macgrath had something to say. and wysiwyg too. Don't really know how it'sd soposed to work but got to, The Boat Band. And don't they look good. So must be alright. Can anyone expain? Joe, for example?


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Joe Offer
Date: 04 Apr 06 - 04:26 PM

Hi, Fidjit - what needs explaining?
I didn't know about this CD, either. How can I get one?
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Fidjit
Date: 05 Apr 06 - 04:39 AM

Exactly Joe- how does it work


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: greg stephens
Date: 05 Apr 06 - 05:11 AM

Fidjit: there is an enigmatic reference to the Boat Band in your post, about which I could provide more information than you could possibly use in a lifetime. But what exactly is it that needs explaining?


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: Fidjit
Date: 05 Apr 06 - 05:20 AM

Ok. Greg.
I got confused about the, - Mudcat CD perma thread - and this one. But have now sorted it out.

See, Mudcat Cd perma thread for our own cd.

But now This "Boat Band Cd" Looked very interesting. And as Joe also says. How do we get a copy.

Funny, I thought Joe ran this show. Even more confused now.

Chas


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Subject: RE: Northern English mudcat CD's
From: mandotim
Date: 05 Apr 06 - 05:46 AM

Hi all; another Northern CD; Bit on the Side have a CD out called 'Running Through the Heart', and it's available at our gigs or by mail order. A Personal Message on this board will do, or you can go to http://www.myspace.com/bit_on_the_side
where you can hear four tracks (MP3, not CD quality) before you decide. The CD is recorded so that we can reproduce it live, ie no megastar guests or 'wall of sound' overdubs; it sounds like we do if we play a gig at your folk club. A lot of the songs are about work, especially mining, and there is a blend of traditional stuff, contemporary songs and some of our own music. Tracks are;

Black Veins (Rodgers)
Blackleg Miner (Trad)
World Turned Upside Down (Rosselson)
Blind Mary/Planxty Irwin (O'Carolan)
I End Up Drinking Alone (Rodgers)
The Harvest Had Failed (Rodgers)
King of the Faeries/Sally Gardens (Trad)
Keep Your Feet Still Geordie Hinny (Wilson)
Shabby Seaside Towns (Mundy)
Salty Dog Blues (Trad)
I Don't Know Where I'm Going (Rodgers)
Weary Whaling Grounds (Trad)
Buckets of Rain (Dylan)
Willafjord/Pig Ankle Rag (Trad)
Howay the Lads (Rodgers)
Going Home (Rodgers)
Hope to hear from some of you!
Tim from Bit on the Side


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