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Steve Gardham 06 Oct 17 - 05:46 PM
GUEST,kenny 06 Oct 17 - 04:43 PM
Joe Offer 02 Oct 17 - 10:30 PM
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Janie 10 Feb 10 - 10:39 AM
Joe Offer 09 Feb 10 - 05:01 PM
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Cool Beans 06 Jan 10 - 03:37 PM
Dan Schatz 06 Jan 10 - 11:55 AM
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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Steve Gardham
Date: 06 Oct 17 - 05:46 PM

Spare Hands current albums available at www.sparehands.org

Full transcripts and background on all tracks on these albums at the website.

1) Where the Whalefish Blow. Songs about the Hull whaling industry as commissioned by Hull Maritime Museum. Tracks from the album can be heard in the whaling gallery at the Museum.

2) Spare Hands. Songs about the local fishing industry, including some written by Linda Kelly, Mike Waterson, John Conolly as well as some of our own and traditional songs.

3) A Dead Bod: Songs of the Humber Waterways. includes 3 of Gezz Overington's acclaimed Tom Pudding songs, Humber keels, sloops, billyboys, ferries, tugs, Wilson Line ships, and The Ballad of Dead Bod, a local legend.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: GUEST,kenny
Date: 06 Oct 17 - 04:43 PM

I'm willing to revive this thread, Joe.
Aberdeen singer / songwriter Bob Knight - who posts here occasionally - has a recently-released CD of his own songs. I was delighted to have been asked to contribute some accompaniment on whistles and flute, so have to declare some kind of interest. I honestly can't think of hearing any recording of original songs sung in Scots / Doric of such consistently high quality - ever.
Bob has a "promo" video for the CD on "Youtube" - here :

https://youtu.be/hj-GhV8cS1A


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Joe Offer
Date: 02 Oct 17 - 10:30 PM

Hmmm. Nobody's posted here for a while. If you have recorded CDs, post a message here and tell us about them, and tell us how to obtain them. One message per CD, please - or you can use one message and tell us about multiple CDs, if you like. But if you have one CD to sell, please don't post ten messages.
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: RamblinStu
Date: 21 Jan 11 - 04:16 PM

I have two CD's available from my web site

http://www.stuartpendrill.co.uk/

There are sample tracks and details there as well

Have a look, go on....

Stuart Pendrill


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: bradfordian
Date: 21 Jan 11 - 03:52 PM

Some Mother's Son - Norman Doucette aka Tamarack Jack

Songs of Ironopolis - The Ironopolis Singers (includes 'catter "Hoblander")

Stand Up Raymond - r.padgett


Search threads for further info


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: bradfordian
Date: 02 Jan 11 - 07:39 PM

Well, here's a bunch which I reckon came out in 2010.
I did have all the thread links, but my previous post got lost in the ether and I just can't spend another 2 hrs digging them out again (already past my bed time ;~(
Might have missed a few, anyone spots any, please add.
I'm sure you can find the links yourselves.

Amos:-Beyond The Lighthouse
Charlie Ipcar:- Sailortown Days Sea Songs
Acorn4:- Gobbindownmimobile
Seamus Kennedy:- Sidekicks and Sagebrush
Ray Padgett:- Stand Up Raymond
Nutty:- Sing With Me Now
John MacKenzie:- Halcyon Days
Theresa Tooley:- at Whittlebury song and Ale
Henry Clements:- Shades of the Past/Beacon Fires
Steve Suffet:- Low Rent district
Dan Schatz:- The Song and the Sigh
Ralphie:- Eloise
Waddon Pete:- Many Thousand Miles Behind Us
Alan Day & Will Fly:- La Luna
Chanteyranger & Radriano:- With Shipmates All Around
Dick Miles:- Windy Old Weather
Linda Allen:- Here's To The Women
Alan Morrhouse:- Live in Lennrep
Dan O'Connell:- Originals Plus

Some of the above have donated a song from their CD for the BLUE PLATE SPECIAL 2 project.........If anyone else would like to.....

bradfordian


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: bradfordian
Date: 30 Dec 10 - 07:29 PM

Any more Mudcatter CDs since FEBRUARY?

Oh, and by the way----DO PM me if you would like to donate a track to the BLUE PLATE SPECIAL 2 Mudcat fundraiser project

bradfordian (tongue in cheek)


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Janie
Date: 10 Feb 10 - 10:39 AM

Refresh!


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Joe Offer
Date: 09 Feb 10 - 05:01 PM

Janie started the Attention 'Catters with CD's thread for a specific project. The project is completed, so I closed the thread at her request. Many people posted messages to say that they had recorded CDs. I would like to remind you that we have this PermaThread, and would like anyone who has a CD available for sale, to post a message with details here.
No more than one message per CD, please.
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: henryclem
Date: 18 Jan 10 - 12:07 PM

Reposting from elsewhere -

I have 2 CDs of my own songs available :

"Shades of the Past"
"Beacon Fires"

You can hear some of the songs on Myspace -
http://myspace.com/henryclements



Henry


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Cool Beans
Date: 06 Jan 10 - 03:37 PM

Just released my new CD, THE HAT ALBUM. If you've never heard "Click Clack," "I Want To Go Back to Michigan," "Hang the Key on the Bunkhouse Door" "Cottonwood Shuffle"(OK, I wrote that one), "Let the Ball Roll" or a wistful, solo guitar version of "Give My Regards To Broadway," now's your chance. But wait, there's more, at:
http://cdbaby.com/cd/martykohn2


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Dan Schatz
Date: 06 Jan 10 - 11:55 AM

I've got one solo CD, an old solo tape which is out of print so I won't list it, and a new solo CD expected out this Spring:

Dan Schatz - Bring the Morning Home (2007)
Dan Schatz - with Magpie and others: The Song and the Sigh (Spring 2010)

and I produced and perform on Singing Through the Hard Times - a Tribute to Utah Phillips (2009)

More information on all of the above can be found at www.danschatz.com.

Dan


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Darowyn
Date: 06 Jan 10 - 11:51 AM

I could have sworn I'd posted this three years ago, but apparently I didn't, so I'll add my CD to this list.
"It Was a Dark and Stormy Night..." is a CD of my original songs, available almost everywhere on internet sites thanks to CD Baby, iTunes etc.
I'm currently working on "Legends", but there is a studio to complete before any serious creative input to that. I have made a start on Odysseus & the Sirens (Thanks George P) and "Njal's Saga",and the ideas book is filling up with thoughts about Pandora, Arthur, Roland and all things Persian.
Cheers
Dave


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From: folktheatre
Date: 06 Jan 10 - 10:19 AM

Aloha from Yorkshire.

I have a CD that has been mentioned once or once. It is 9 traditional folk songs from England and the US and 2 original decompositions.

It was a Froots Critical success last year. I mean 2008. And other places liked it too. Like Radio 3's Late Junction's Verity Sharp who played not once, but TWICE. Howzat.

The album is called "My Dearest Dear" and my stage name is Michael Rossiter which coincidentally is my real name since birth.

It is sold out though so I don't know why I'm plugging it.

Well it will be until my label (Me AKA Folk Theatre) has some more to sell which should be soon!

www.myspace.com/michaelrossiter
www.last.fm/music/michael+rossiter

Also on Folk Theatre recording industries and liabilities is David Broad.

www.myspace.com/davidbroad


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From: jiva
Date: 27 Nov 09 - 05:41 AM

Our debut CD 'Best Friends' is now available - it is a mix of self-penned songs and our own versions of carefully chosen songs by some of our favourite writers and performers.

It's available from our website CD page where you can listen to extracts from all tracks and link to lyrics and background information for each song.

Track listing:
01 Two Old Friends (Chris Simpson)
02 Different Dreams (jiva)
03 Some Way Home (jiva)
04 Love At The Five & Dime (Nanci Griffith)
05 Best Friends (jiva)
06 When (jiva)
07 Small Town (jiva)
08 An Acquaintance Of Mine (Anthony John Clarke)
09 Dream On (jiva)
10 Louise (Paul Siebel)
11 Back Home To You (jiva)
12 One More Song (jiva)

Jimmy & Val (jiva)
www.jiva.co.uk


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Subject: RE: Got CD's to Sell? Post Ad Here
From: Mark Ross
Date: 26 Nov 09 - 10:07 PM

My CD, co-produced by the late Utah Phillips, is available in hand made copies from me. PM me if you're interested.

LOOK FOR ME IN BUTTE

1.    My Sweetheart's A Mule In The Mines/Butte Miner's Song
2.    Butte
3.    I Wandered Today To The Hill Maggie
4.    Dad's Dinner Pail
5.    Marcus Daly Enters Heaven
6.    The Butte Newboys Song
7.    Only A Miner
8.    The Steward Mine Disaster/7 Stacks Of The Neversweat
9.    Hey Boys, Let It Ring
10. If We Could But Remeber
11. Goodbye Joe Hill
12. Nevada Jane
13. Letter From A Miners Wife
14. The Situation In Butte
15. The Popular Wobbly
16. Frank Little
17. I Am A Butte Miner
18. The Pigeons They Fly High In Butte, Montana
19. Old Friend
20. Dance Hall Gals
21. Butte
22. Look For Me In Butte

The website with the liner notes is at;
LOOK FOR ME IN BUTTE

Mark Ross


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Subject: RE: Got CD's to Sell? Post Ad Here
From: JHW
Date: 26 Nov 09 - 06:26 PM

I still have copies of my LEAP YEAR CD.   Google Leap Year CD or click Leap Year CD
John Wilson


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From: Tim Leaning
Date: 25 Nov 09 - 11:58 AM

We got a few left of our CD "Thank You"
£5 each fifteen original tracks.
Featuring Rockhen on harmony vocals,accordion and (Gasp!) Piano.
Jen on vocals and Whistles and me shouting.


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From: michaelr
Date: 25 Nov 09 - 11:03 AM

New Greenhouse CD "Dreams and High Hopes" available through CDBaby. Mudcatter "olddude" said it is just wonderful.
Guest artists include Todd Denman (uilleann pipes), Michael Capella (Dobro), Patti Rametta (lap harp) and Chris Carney (banjo, mandolin and fiddle). The track list is as follows:

1.   MacPherson's Rant    5:03
2.   The Winter Is Past    5:35
3.   Dreams and High Hopes   6:41
4.   Michael's Matches/The Mouseskin Shoe   6:24
5.   The Maid on the Shore   4:03
6.   The Gardener   2:37
7.   The Flower of Magherally   4:22
8.   The Thingama Jigs   3:26
9.   The Broom o'er the Cowdenknowes   4:25
10. The Snows They Melt the Soonest   3:11
11. The Tipsy Set   6:52
12. Lone Shanakyle   5:45

Many of these tracks can be heard on our MySpace page.


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From: GUEST,John from "Elsie`s Band"
Date: 25 Nov 09 - 10:16 AM

Now, up and running and available from Tony on 01737 248708 or David on 01732 862862, our CD, "Little Mike". A seventeen track album of songs from and about southern England containing favourites such as "Following the Old `Oss", "Heligan" and "Young in Kent". Already reviewed in Folk in Kent and the London folk magazine.


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From: Maryrrf
Date: 25 Nov 09 - 09:29 AM

Might as well put in a plug for my CD, especially now that individual downloads are availale: Mary's CD - "Of Rogues and Lovers" . Nine of the tracks are traditional ballads. This CD was a joy to make - my son helped me with the arrangements and did the guitar picking (much better at it than I am), and friends in Ireland added a few other backing instrumentals.


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From: agingcynic
Date: 25 Nov 09 - 08:08 AM

I have songs from three CDs and an EP at the same place, all for free download

Floor Creak: Time Goes Rushing By
Karma Farmers: Songs for Aging Cynics
Karma Farmers EP: Quartet
Dave Shiflett & Friends: Afternooon Lamentations

http://www.daveshiflett.com


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From: skarpi
Date: 25 Nov 09 - 07:20 AM

well we have our song book !! so why dont we make our cd´ book
all information in it .
who,or what band , what year it came out , what songs , what songs
and so on . ?

then we just have to go to the top and click ( cd book )

and look :>þ very simble and easy .

all the best Skarpi Iceland .


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From: BobKnight
Date: 25 Nov 09 - 06:45 AM

My CD is available from my website at www.knightfolk.com
Tracks are:

1. Walker Dam
2. The Banks O' The Dee
3. The Bold Philanderer
4. I Hae A Bonnie Lassie
5. As We Merch On
6. Bitter Winds
7. The Ballad O' Indian Peter
8. Down By The Harbour
9. Returned From The Sea
10.Doon By The Watterside

All written by myself in Scottish traditional style.


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From: Barbara Shaw
Date: 02 Jun 09 - 11:47 AM

Our band ShoreGrass now has 3 CDs, all available at CDBaby ShoreGrass CDs.

The latest one "GOING HOME" is mostly originals, with 2 classics. It has grammy winning Dobroist Stacy Phillips on most tracks, playing either Dobro or fiddle, and old-time fiddler Bud Morrisroe joins us for two songs. The biggest kick for me, however, is having our son Jonathan holding down the bass. He's a great musician and it was a thrill to have our kid join us for this project.


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From: Waddon Pete
Date: 02 Jun 09 - 08:54 AM

My own humble offering can be found here.

Best wishes,

Peter


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From: DebC
Date: 30 May 09 - 10:29 AM

Debra Cowan's newest CD "Fond Desire Farewell". To get purchase information, you can go to my website

This CD was arranged and produced by Dave Mattacks, known for his work with the English folk-rock band Fairport Convention. Fond Desire Farewell contains contemporary songs written by Richard Thompson, Bill Caddick, Nic Jones, Steve Tilston, and Ralph Stanley. Ray Davies's "Alcohol" has become a favorite among listeners as has Chris Moore's "Wall of Stone". The traditional songs in this recording reflect Debra's extensive research of North American and British Isles ballad collections.

Exploring the theme "transformation through devastation", Debra Cowan's newest recording, "Fond Desire Farewell", is being hailed as her greatest work so far. Cowan and Mattacks have taken contemporary and time-honored traditional songs and put them in a modern setting. Dedicated to her late brother, Michael Strassman who passed away suddenly during the project, Debra says that "...this recording project was a large part of my healing."

Debra Cowan started performing in California 35 years ago and began touring in 1998, with frequent stops in the US and UK, from folk clubs to festivals like the New Bedford Summerfest and the Dunbar Folk Festival in Scotland. That led her to where she is now, a full-time singer who bridges the old and new with a refreshing stage presence.

Dave Mattacks is arguably the world's greatest "folk rock" drummer, having held down the beat in the seminal UK band, "Fairport Convention" from 1969 to 1997. Mattacks has toured and recorded with the likes of Jethro Tull, Paul McCartney, Elton John, XTC, and George Harrison -- among many others -- and is one of the most sought-after drummers in the United Kingdom and America. He can be seen behind the kit with artists as unique and talented as Rosanne Cash, Judith Owen, and Grey Delisle.

Praise and Comments:

Ranked #29 for the Top Albums for April 2009 on the US-based Folk DJ-l discussion list

"Debra has a voice which beautifully combines Celtic and Appalachian sensibilities. She and Dave Mattacks have created a deeply satisfying, lyrical and musically elegant record." -Roseanne Cash, singer and songwriter

"...a wonderful voice and the production is great - unobtrusive and yet full...." -Mike Harding, host, Folk and Acoustic BBC Radio 2

"...this is my kind of record. Beautifully sung and superbly produced." - Linda Thompson, singer

Named "CD of the Week" and one of "Rich's Picks" by Rich Warren, host, Midnight Special, WFMT, Chicago, IL

"Well done to all concerned, it's a lovely album indeed with a great choice of material, and excellent notes" - Len Holton, host From Albion and Beyond, KUAR, Little Rock, AR

Debra Cowan

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From: Barry Finn
Date: 30 May 09 - 12:32 AM

From Barry Finn & Neil Downey of Finn & Haddie come's their CD "Fathom This" available at my web site (above) or through CDBaby

tracks
1. Roller Bowler (Trad)
2. Yangtse River Shanty (Words,Hamish Maclaren/Music,Charlie Ipcar)
3. Heavy Cruiser (Neil Downey)
4. Schooner Industry (words-Trad, chorus & music Neil Downey)
5. Ida Lewis (Music Trad, words Barry Finn)
6. Fine Time O Day (Trad, BWI)
7. London Julie (trad)
8. Hard Times in Ol Virginia (Trad, Georgia Sea Islands)
9. Main Royal Yard (Neil Downey)
10.One More Day (Trad)
11.Hell of a Wedding (Trad, BWI)
12.Good Ol Brig (Trad)
13.Bowline (Trad, Barbadian)
14.Ranzo Rae (Trad)
15.Coal Black Rosie (Trad)
16.Good-Bye My Lover Good-Bye (Trad)
17.Feeny Brown (Trad)
18.Good-Bye My Riley-O (Trad, Georgia Sea Islands)
19.Albertina (Trad)
20.Priests & Nuns (trad)
21.Georgie, Me Neck A Broke (Trad, BWI)
22.Saltpeter Shanty (Trad)
23.St.Peter Down at Courland Bay (Trad, BWI)

Barry


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From: sharyn
Date: 29 May 09 - 11:15 PM

I released my CD, "Paris," in late February 2009. So far it is available at Down Home Music in El Cerrito, CA, at Mabel Dodge Luhan House in Taos, New Mexico and from me by mail ($18) or in person ($15). PM me if you want one or want more information, please. It comes with a full-color booklet with all of the words to all of the songs, plus an original painting of every song.

Track List:

Paris (Sharyn Dimmick -- that's me)
Vandy, Vandy (Trad)
No More Fish, No Fishermen (Sheldon Posen)
Big Yellow Taxi (Joni Mitchell)
Morning Shanty (Dimmick)
Little Sadie (Trad)
When You and I Were Young, Maggie
Barbara Allen (Trad)
Hard Times (Stephen Foster)
The Wallflower Waltz (Dimmick)
The Hallelujah Trilogy
We Sing Hallelujah (Richard Thompson)
The Battle Hymn of the Republic
Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen)
Bringing in the Sheaves

I also have a 1998 cassette tape, which I could give away now, called "I Am Your Winter Lover."

That one has a really fetching cover photo of me in my youth and a couple of songs I did not record on the CD.

Track List"

Morning Shanty (Dimmick)
Bonnie Susie Clelland (Trad)
This Love Was on Landfill (Dimmick)
Loving Hannah (Trad)
I Am Your Winter Lover (Dimmick)
Wallflower Waltz (Dimmick)
Finger Ring (Trad)
An Early Valentine (Dimmick)
Sheath and Knife (Trad)
Spirit of the Fire (Dimmick)
I Bid You Goodnight (Trad)

Thanks, Joe, for reviving this thread.

Sharyn


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From: katlaughing
Date: 29 May 09 - 09:41 PM

Great idea, *sexing* this up, Joe!

I am really enjoying the samples of those with whom I was not familiar. Brendan, LOVE your songs and sound...just listening now. Thanks for the link.

Acorn4, I am looking forward to listening to you, tonight, too. Jon, you, too.

I can highly recommend those of Kendall Morse and Guy Wolfe as well as olddude. All GREAT music and talents!


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From: Guy Wolff
Date: 29 May 09 - 08:14 PM

Hello to old friends and new . The two cd I have at the moment are for sale via guywolff.com or email wolffpottery@optonline.net   You can also have a listen at my youtube page

http://www.youtube.com/user/guywolff

All the best Guy <><<><><


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From: kendall
Date: 29 May 09 - 07:19 PM

Most of my stuff is available on my web site. www.captainkendallmorse.com


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From: RTim
Date: 29 May 09 - 07:11 PM

See the first review of my new CD - George Blake's Legacy, on Musical Traditions:
http://www.mustrad.org.uk/reviews/r_index.htm

Tim Radford


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From: Acorn4
Date: 29 May 09 - 07:06 PM

Ok so here we go with the Acorn4 discography. I don't actually release CDs, they sort of escape through an open window and are let down using a knotted sheet.

They sell at £10.00 each inc p and p

2 for £15

The 3 for £20.00

Available from:-

Dave Taylor
5 Percival Way
Groby
Leicester
LE6 0AU

0116 2871895
0771 1996210
Dave@acorn4.demon.co.uk
http://www.acorn4.demon.co.uk/
http://www.myspace.com/davetaylor4

"Under the Baseball Cap"

1. Clever People
2. Family Holidays
3. Mary
4. Songs of Praise
5. Oddsock Blues
6. Song for Desmond
7. Under the Baseball Cap
8. Cool and In Control
9. Fifty Miles of Stormy Water
10 Service with a Smile
11 The Devonshyre Plonkere
12 Amber
13 Kerreh
14 No Place Like Rome.

"The Melodeons are Coming!"

1. Support Your Neighbourhood Fanatic.
2. Weary Old Folk Tune.
3. (Sailing on my) Morning Cloud.
4. Not a Morning Person.
5. Company Man.
6. BSA Bantam, 1963.
7. Easter Leaver.
8. The Melodeons are Coming.
9. Eridge Valley Cowboy.
10.A Truer Shade of Blue.
11.Jehovah's Windows.
12.The Worst Irish Band in the World.
13.Honky Tonk Heart.
14. Heaven's Gate.

Bonus track on separate CD: "The Ballad of Norman Thorne".


"Gobbindownmimobile"

1. Wedon'tgiveatoss!
2. The Barmaid.
3. Wheels of Change.
4. Reality TV.
5. Music to Twitch To.
6. Titanic(the True Story).
7. The Circle Game.
8. Gobbindownmimobile.
9. Daddy, Don't Become a Morris Dancer.
10.Harry's War.
11.In the Gateau.
12.Monty.
13.Faraway Gone.
14.Little Wooden Self.

Bonus track: "Saturday Night Farter".

Next CD "But is it Folk, Miranda?" hopefully by the end of 2009.


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Subject: RE: Got CD's to Sell? Post Ad Here
From: The Sandman
Date: 29 May 09 - 05:59 PM

http://www.dickmiles.com several cds available,traditional material and modern songs written in traditional style


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Subject: RE: Got CD's to Sell? Post Ad Here
From: Deskjet
Date: 29 May 09 - 02:07 PM

Original Acoustic Songs with a folk feelfrom award-winning singer/songwriter.

http://cdbaby.com/cd/bdevereux

http://cdbaby.com/cd/bdevereux2


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Subject: RE: Got CD's to Sell? Post Ad Here
From: olddude
Date: 29 May 09 - 01:35 PM

My CD "South Bound Train"    $10.00
clips can be found on http://www.soundclick.com/danoconnell

10 original songs ... All proceeds and I mean all proceeds go to a family with an autistic child and a child with Cerebral Palsy ...
just email me at dano4734@gmail.com

Thank you
Dan O'Connell


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Subject: RE: Got CD's to Sell? Post Ad Here
From: Jon Bartlett
Date: 29 May 09 - 03:09 AM

Below are track listings for several of our CDs. Each CD is $15 post free to Mudcatters. The CD-ROM is $20.

Jon Bartlett
Box 2451
Princeton, BC Canada
V0X 1W0
website: www3.telus.net/jonbartlett-rikaruebsaat

Our Singing Tradition: The Green Fields of Canada
        The Red River Valley (words, Chris Dafoe)
        The Grand Hotel/The Peekaboo Waltz/Buck's Camp Down at Monroe (trad.)
        It Was Way Out West in Alberta (Bill "Bud" Baldwin)
        The Hard Rock Miner (trad.)
        Far From Home (tune, Phil Thomas)
        Saskatchewan (words, William W. Smith)
        The Doryman (tune, Phil Thomas)
        The Homesick Trapper (words, Harold Smith; tune Stanley G. Triggs)
        La Famille Latour (trad.)
        The Wreck of the Mary Somers (trad.)
        Hard, Hard Times (trad.)
        The Green Fields of Canada (trad.)
        Les Raftsmen (trad.)
        The Wild Goose (Wade Hemsworth)
        The Black Fly Song (Wade Hemsworth)

Our Singing Tradition: Come to Me in Canada
        The Logdriver's Waltz (Wade Hemsworth)
        Nous sommes trois frères (trad.)
        Willie Drowned in Ero (trad. Child 215)
        Peter Amberley (John Calhoun)
        Dondaine la ridaine (trad.)
        The Lumberman's Alphabet (trad) listen to mp3
        The Kangaroo (trad.)
        The Ballad of Springhill Disaster (Peggy Seeger)
        'Twas Out in Alberta (anon.)
        Dans la prison de Londres (trad.)
        Henry Hudson (Chris Rawlings)
        Mussels in the Corner (trad.)
        The Unquiet Grave (trad. Child 78)
        Come to Me in Canada (anon.)
        Le sirop d'érable (tune: Ward Allen, words: Jean Pierre LaChance)

Our Singing Tradition: The Young Man from Canada
        Young British Rancher
        The Truckdriver's Song (M.K. Papov)
        Taku Miners
        Stormalong
        Song of the Sockeye (Cumbers & Thomas)
        I'm a Young Man from Canada
        Old Faro
        Know Ye the Land?
        Teaming up the Cariboo Road
        Klondike!
        Way Up the Ucletaw listen to mp3
        The Greenhorn Song (Pollard)
        The Oda G. (Stanley G. Triggs)
        Drill Ye Tarriers Drill!
        The Kettle Valley Line (Ean Hay)
        The PGE Song (Keith Crowe)

Now It's Called Princeton: Songs and Poems from BC's Upper Similkameen
      The Hard Rock Miner
      I'm Only a Broken-down Mucker
      A Miner's Candlestick
      The Hangup Stick
      Splitting the Core (John Henry)
      The Copper Mountain Raise (Paddy Graber)
      Haywire Outfit
      The Greenchain Song (tune: Lyn McGown)
      Wanted, a Railroad
      Wait Till the Railroad's Finished
      Jerry Go Ile the Car
      The Kettle Valley Line (Ean Hay)
      That Reminds Me/Come all You Coal Miners
      In My Dreams
      The Banks of the Similkameen
      There's Gold in the Tulameen
      Dead Horse Upon the Tulameen
      The Blakeburn Song
      A Plea for Single Men
      A Midwinter Night's Dream
      That Towel
      Princeton Friendship
      This Coalmont's a Wonderful Sight
      The Hope Slide (Paddy Graber)
      Flying Up the Nickel Plate Road (John Henry)
      A Song of BC
      Now It's Called Princeton (Zeke Hoskin)

Blow the Man Down! Tall Ships in the Fraser
          Blow the Man Down
          Roll the Woodpile Down
          The Mermaid
          One More Day
          Sailors Alphabet
           Tom's Gone to Hilo
           Haul Away, Joe
           Ceux qui ont nommé les Bancs
           John Kanaka
           Amelia, Where You Bound To?
           Lady Franklin's Lament
           Leave Her, Johnny, Leave Her
           The Wreck of the Mary Somers
           Tire va donc sur les avirons
           My Johnny         
           The Amphitrite
           Stormalong
           Willie Taylor
           A Yankee Ship
           The Wild Goose Shanty
           Hieland Laddie
           Strike the Bell
           Juliana
           Sur les bancs de Terre-Neuve
           South Australia
           Lowlands Away
           The Flash Packet

Songs and Stories of Canada
This CD-ROM contains 16 half-hour shows (originally CBC radio) made for schools broadcasts (Grades 5-9)in Western Canada in c. 1980. Each thematic show contains dramatic presentations on the theme, five or six songs, sound effects, etc. Accompanying the shows is a 120 pp Guide Book in .pdf format containing some 50 songs from the series. Some of the songs were re-mastered and are on the three Our Singing Tradition CDs.
Moving West – early exploration of the west during the fur trade, building the CPR and subsequent settlement of the Prairies.
Saltchuck and Asphalt – transportation past and present, mainly in British Columbia — truckdriving, freight wagons and teams of horses on the Cariboo Road, railways and tugboats.
The Homesteaders – lives of settlers on the prairies in the early years of the twentieth century—living in sod homes, fighting off mosquitoes, grasshoppers, gophers, duststorms, hailstorms, drought and loneliness.
The Parish Hall Dance – gives examples of the role of folk music – particularly singing – in social situations from Newfoundland to British Columbia.
The Immigrants – a collection of immigrant songs in English and French. The groups covered are the Scottish (Cape Breton), French (Quebec), British (British Columbia) and Irish.
Fishing East and West – fishing for cod off the Grand Banks of Newfoundland, whaling off Greenland and fishing for salmon and halibut off the BC coast.
The Rush for Gold – the three major gold rushes of western Canada—the Fraser River gold rush of 1858, the Cariboo gold rush of the early 1860's, and the Klondike gold rush of 1898.
Songs of the Deep Sea Sailors – the lives of sailors who worked on the tall sailing ships of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
The Lumbering Woods – the way of life of the loggers who worked in the lumber camps of eastern Canada.
Logging in the West – the way of life of the loggers who worked in the lumber camps of British Columbia.
Songs of the Miners – the miners who worked in the hard rock mines of British Columbia and the coal mines of Cape Breton.
Folk Instruments – some of the instruments used in traditional Canadian folk music over the past 150 years—especially the button accordion, the fiddle and the concertina.
The Kangaroos of Nova Scotia – how songs are passed on and the changes they undergo in the process.
The Atlantic Provinces – draws together in song common themes in the Atlantic provinces—lumbering, fishing, Acadian songs in French and songs from the descendants of Scottish immigrants in Nova Scotia.
Songs and Stories of Quebec – the life and history of Quebec—the fur trade, logging, farming, fiddle-playing and story-telling.
Songs of the Land – the struggle for survival in "the North".


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Subject: RE: Got CD's to Sell? Post Ad Here
From: Joe Offer
Date: 29 May 09 - 01:20 AM

Many Mudcatters have recorded or produced CD's, and I know it's hard for them to get people to buy them. I was going to start a new thread, but then I decided to just sex up the "Mudcatter CD's" PermaThread and see if we could get some recordings sold.
If you have recording something you'd like to sell, post a message here and tell us what's on the CD and how to get it.

-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: early
Date: 17 May 07 - 07:34 PM

Hi, my first solo CD looking Back comprising 10 origional songs is now available from myself at gigs or from Kidney research UK
kidney research site
Review :-
Teesside-born Mark has been a familiar face on the Wharfedale folk scene for more than a dozen years, being involved in running the Pannal (Millfolk) club and sessions and as a regular performer at Otley Folk Club, both solo and with folk-bluegrass trio Northern Lights. His trademark rich, deep voice (with its overtones of Johnny Cash!), together with his easygoing guitar style, makes him an ideal performer of country music, but on this release the clue lies more in its title, for Looking Back is what Mark is doing here with a collection of ten of his own songs written over the past ten years. Around two-thirds of these can be placed firmly in the "tradition" of contemporary industrial/vocational balladry, the remainder being affecting songs of lost love.

Mark's family made their living in the Staithes area, from the sea and mining (and his father eventually got his own boat), so many of Mark's own songs are well steeped in the sea and the fishing, compassionately and intensely expressing, in simple and direct language, the contradictory emotions, the sense of resignation and inevitable tragedy set against the deep lure of the sea and the straightforward justification for the employment. Natural nostalgia for the work and its happier times is always tinged with infinite regret at the lives lost.

There are some outstanding songs in this category here that deserve a permanent place in the modern tradition – Waiting On The Shore, Gone To Sea, Mists Of Time and Lifeboat Song especially come to mind – and they stand the test of time well, being memorable both for their deeply-felt and thoughtful sentiments and their strong melodic content. The non-fishing songs provide a contrast, for they're couched in a different musical idiom, that of contemporary country singer/songwriter; 42 And Counting, Do You Think That I'm Crazy and Crimson Skies are attractive compositions evidently much inspired by the Hugh Moffatt/Kate Wolf repertoire which Mark performs live with Northern Lights, whereas Lost At Sea is more reflective, its catchy use of refrain reminiscent of Ewan Carruthers or vintage Allan Taylor.

Finally a word of praise for Mark's decision to resist any temptation to over-arrange the songs, preferring instead to keep the accompaniment simple and unpretentious (just his own guitar, with well-judged contributions from John Savage (fiddle) and Steve Fairholme (melodeon) and fellow-Northern Lights members Anne Jackson and Chris Rawnsley; the production too is admirably unfussy, allowing the listener to concentrate on the songs. Congratulations to Mark on finally getting it together in the studio to set down these fine songs for posterity.
D. Kidman


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: hesperis
Date: 17 May 07 - 04:22 PM

Joe or JoeClone, please edit my information in this thread as the old albums are now available for totally free! Thank you muchly.

http://www.archive.org/bookmarks/chagallmusic


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Bernard
Date: 16 Jan 07 - 12:29 PM

Two tracks from Hissyfit's new album are included in Ali O'Brien's 'Sounds of Folk' on Radio Britfolk for a week from January 29th!


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Deskjet
Date: 16 Jan 07 - 12:26 PM

While we're at it
My CD is called "Songs From A Yellow Chair"
It's all original acoustic songs
http://cdbaby.com/cd/bdevereux
There's a link on this page to my first album also.
Brendan Devereux.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Pistachio
Date: 16 Jan 07 - 12:13 PM

Hissyfit!

Our new CD is now available - recorded by Nick Stubbs at Seaside Studios, 19 Seaside Road , Aldborough HU11 4RX

'Sweet Minerva' named after the first track, contains 17 tracks; our own work, some borrowed from kind friends and from the folk tradition.

1. Sweet Minerva
2. Here's the Tender/Pity poor me - Traditional + Linda Kelly
3. Lament
4. War Song
5. Channels - Words by Micca Patterson
6. Greenland Ghost
7. Don't Look Back
8. Blue Remembered Hills
9. Oh Mary/Shallow Brown    - Traditional
10. Whitby Fisherman - Bill Sables
11. Leather Cinderella
12. Find me an Island - Lesley Hale
13. Didn't leave nobody but the baby - Traditional
14. Lord Franklin            - Traditional
15. Poor Wayfaring Stranger - Traditional
16. Parting Glass            - Traditional
17. Raise a glass
Bonus track - after receiving a live recording of Luckiest Sailor
we added it on to the Minerva CD. Thanks to Dave Illingworth at 'The Burn'

PM Linda Kelly for sales and
www.ljkelly.karoo.net for website.
Thanks.
Hazel.


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Subject: Mary Humphreys and Anahata : Fenlandia
From: treewind
Date: 10 Jan 07 - 08:12 PM

Mary Humphreys and Anahata's new CD "Fenlandia" is out and available for purchase online.

Full details on our web site
or Wild Goose site which includes all the booklet notes on the songs.

It features previously unheard and unrecorded (in these versions) songs collected from Cottenham in Cambridgeshire.

Here's a track list:

1 Nutting Song
2 The Cuckoo and the Nightingale
3 Sheringham Breakdown / Yarmouth Breakdown
4 Elwina of Waterloo
5 Lowlands of Germany
6 The Hungry Army
7 Lucy Wan
8 Dennington Bell / March of the Men of Devon
9 Lord Thomas & Fair Eleanor
10 Sun Assembly
11 Hey down derry
12 Polly Vaughan
13 Tafarn y Wheatsheaf / Rasus Doncaster
14 We'll be all smiles tonight

---------
Anahata


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Subject: Mudcatter CD: Home from Home - Tim Radford
From: RTim
Date: 14 Sep 06 - 03:39 PM

I have a CD that was released last year to add to the Perma Thread
Please see details below - thanks - Tim R

Home from Home - Tim Radford

with Guests:
Ian Robb, Finest Kind, James Stephens, Chris Leslie, John Roberts, Jeff McClintock and Brian Sanderson.

On Fallen Angle Records - FAM08
Available via www.ianrobb.com or see www.timradford.com

Tim Radford, an English singer now living on Cape Cod, has recorded again after a period of near thirty years, his singing inactivity being due to decades of concentration on Morris dancing in the villages of Adderbury and Kirtlington, Oxfordshire.

Now back to his first love, this recording contains songs old and new with 10 accompanied and 7 unaccompanied tracks. It includes a range of material from chorus songs to ballads, mainly traditional material but with a scattering of composed songs, some written by old friends.
There is a strong commitment to songs collected in the south of England, particularly from Hampshire and Dorset, a part of the country where Tim was born and raised.

The seventeen tracks on the recording are:

  1. Come, Come my Friends
  2. John Barleycorn
  3. The Bird in the Bush
  4. The Three Ravens
  5. Fair Maid of Australia
  6. Winter Man (Chris Leslie)
  7. New Year (Jehanne Mehta)
  8. The Month of January
  9. Cupid's Garden
  10. The Brokendown Gentleman
  11. Love in June
  12. Lymington Round & Round (Rick Keeling)
  13. The Spotted Cow
  14. Washing Day
  15. George Collins
  16. The Rolling of The Stones
  17. Here is My Home (Si Kahn)


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Barbara Shaw
Date: 10 Jun 06 - 07:28 PM

I finally got around to doing the graphics in Photoshop for our first (debut) cd, so then I was able to put it up on cdbaby.com. For anyone who might be interested, the ShoreGrass cd "In Connecticut" is now available at: http://cdbaby.com/cd/shoregrass2. This one has traditional bluegrass, folk and gospel plus a few originals.

Our 2nd cd "Songs of the Civil War Era" is also available on cdbaby.com at: http://cdbaby.com/cd/shoregrass.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Barbara Shaw
Date: 11 Apr 06 - 07:33 AM

We have "Man in the Middle" on our ShoreGrass cd, and I got in touch with Harley Campbell about permission. He told me that the owner of the publishing to that song is:

Paul Craft
Paul Craft Music
401 Bowling Avenue #62
Nashville, TN 37205
(615) 292-9788

After contacting them, I was referred to heath.hartzog@copyright.net for licensing contracts. This all happened in 2001, so I don't know if any of the addresses are still valid.

Harley, by the way, was very nice, and lived at the time in Trumansburg, NY. In fact, he found me, after hearing that I had been asking around about how to contact him! Network, network, network...

Good luck. It's a great song!


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Peace
Date: 10 Apr 06 - 11:37 PM

Above info for GUEST, Brian.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's PermaThread
From: Peace
Date: 10 Apr 06 - 11:36 PM

Campbell & Davies, LLC
201 Dey Street
Suite 211
Ithaca, NY 14850
(607) 216-0036
EMail    information@campbelldaviesllc.com


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