CTRAX031 Lucy Stewart   Traditional singer from Aberdeenshire   Originally a Folkways release
The Battle o' Harlaw, Two Pretty Boys, Tifty's Annie, The Laird o' Drum, Doon by the Greenwood Side O, The Beggar King, The Bonnie Hoose o' Airlie, Barbary Allen, The Swan Swims so Bonnie O.
CDTRAX105 Leaving Lerwick Harbour   Willie Hunter and Violet Tullough   Review
The Miller; Glencoe; Lament for Lowrie o' da Lea; Leaving Glenurquhart; Lady Walpole; Love o' da Isles' Master McDermott's Reel; The Jubilee; Cape Bretton Visit to Shetland; Da Guizer's March; and four more tracks.
CDTRAX108 I Sang that Sweet Refrain   Kevin Mitchell   (1996)   Review
Paddy in Glasgow; The Maid of Ballydoo; Granuaile; The Banks of Brandywine; The Red-Haired Man's Wife; Inishfree; The Rangy Ribs I Bought from Micky Doo; The Blue Tar Road; Paudeen Roe; False Lover John; The Fanad Mare; The Mantle so Green; The Flower of Corby's Mill; Gosforth's Fair Demesne; The Granemore Hare; Johnnie Gallagher.
CDTRAX157 Tàland nam Bàrd   Gaelic songs from Nova Scotia   Margo Carruthers   (1999)
Oran Bhroad Cove; Eilean mo Ghaoil; Dean Cadalan Samhàch; Laithean Sona m'Oige;Do'n Cheud Smeòraich; Piurt-a-beul; Aoibhneas Mòire Mhin; An Ceitean Orgheal; Gur Mis'Tha Brònach; Dh'Fhalbh mo Rùn; Oran Dha'n Mhira.
CDTRAX183 Mither o' the Sea   Jennifer and Hazel Wrigley   (1999)   Review
Swelkie / The Teran, Brae o' Scorne / J F Dickie, Mrs Violet Eunson, Shapinsay Polka / Jimmy o' the Bu's Polka / Scapa Flow, Compliments to the Orkney Norway Frendship Association / The Mester Ship, Running the Lee / The Flotta Dash, Adelaide / The Phantom Flight, The Trip to Orkney Waltz, Whal's Rost / Tommy Mainland's March, Way Oot West / Bessie Millies Sixpence, The Duchess of Gordon / Scotification, R Aim's Compliments to J Craigie/ The Holm Band Tune.
CDTRAX186 Willie's Last Session   The Cullivoe Band with Willie Hunter   (1999)   Review
Shetland Reels, Norwegian Waltz, 4/4 Marches, Shetland Waltzes, Reels, Slow Waltz, Boston Two-Step, Reels, Slow Air, Two Step, Canadian Reel, Canadian Waltz, Jigs, 2/4 Marches, Canadian Reels.
CDTRAX203 The Judique Flyer   Buddy MacMaster   (2000)   Review
Dan R's Favourite / Willie Fraser's / Francis Beaton's reel / Derrick Beaton's reel; Alex MacDonnell's Favourite / Queensville Jig / The Green Tree / Gordon Graham's Jig; Captain O'Kane / Miss Hutton / O'Dowd's Favourite; St Elmo Clog / Snowflake / Gladstone Reel; Memories of Father Charles MacDonald / Peter and Doreen Chiasson / Willie Kennedy / Homeward Bound; Paulette Bissonnette / A Taste of Gaelic / John MacDougall; The Little Pickle / Compliments to the Boys of the Lough / The Canadian Club / The Champion Jig; Trip To Mabou Ridge / Dan L Cameron / Snow Plough / Miss Smith of Methvins; The Golden Keyboard / Swallowtail Jig / Two Mile Bridge / Champion Jig / Father John Angus Rankin /Trip to Dublin / Harry Bradshaw's Reel / Cape Breton Fiddler's Welcome to the Shetlands; Mrs Feguson of Reaths / Lord Donne's Strathspey / Pigeon on the Gate / Miss Johnson Pitworth; The Second Star Hornpipe / Tom Marsh's Hornpipe / Compliments to Doug MacPhee; The Lockerbie Lament / The Sands of Burrafirth / MacKenzie Fraser; Duncan Johnstone / Roderick MacDonald / Memories of Hughena Ratchford / Wesley Gillis.
CDTRAX 9001 Scottish Tradition 1: Bothy Ballads Music from the North-East   Jimmy MacBeath, John MacDonald, Charlie Murray, Jamie Taylor and others.  (1993)
The Mucking o' Geordie's Byre; The Stool of Repentance; As I Came Ower the Muir o' Ord; The Bold Princess Royal; The Shepherd Lad of Rhynie; My Last Farewell to Stirling; Whistle Ower the Lave O't; Stumpie / The Masons Apron / ... ; Airlin's Fine Braes; Mrs Grieg; The Hairst o' Rettie; The Smith's a Gallant Fireman; The Haill Week o' the Fair; The Old Horned Sheep / ... ; Medley.
CDTRAX 9002 Scottish Tradition 2: Music from the Western Isles   choral work songs, mouth music, canntaireachd and other Gaelic songs.  (1992)
He Mandu; Dheanainn Sugradh Ris An Nighean Dubh; Oran Do Bhean Mhic Fhraing; Fiollaigean; Puirt A Beul; Suidhidh Sinn A Bhain Go Socair; waulking songs from Barra; and five more tracks.
CDTRAX 9003 Scottish Tradition 3: Waulking Songs from Barra   (1993)
Roth Thu 'Sa 'Bheinn? / Mo Run Ailein; Ho Phi Hug O Hug O; Latha Siubha/ Beinne Dhomh; Pipe Reels; A Bhean Ad Thall a Rinn An Gaire; An Fhideag Airid; Is Moch An Diugh A Rinn Mi Gluasad.
CDTRAX 9004 Scottish Tradition 4: Shetland Fiddle Music   Willy Henderson & Bobby Jamieson, Tom Anderson, Bobby Peterson, Jimmy Johnston with Pat Sutherland, Willie Hunter, Ronald Cooper, and the Cullivoe Traditional Fiddle Band.  (1994)
Soldier's joy / Deil among the tailors; Walking ower da river / Grieg's pipes; Black Jock / an unnamed reel / Ladies' breast-knots; More grog coming / The lass that made the bed for me; Da teif upon da lum; Auld swarra; The Shaalds o'Foula / Tilley Plump; Da flooers o' Edinburgh / Soldier's joy; The East Neuk of Fife; The Fairy Reel (or Loddie); Wullafjord / Kail and knockit corn / MacDonald's reel; Cabister Head; Auchdon House; Put hame da borraed claes / Jeannie choke da bairn / Oot b'aist da Vong; Sillocks and tatties / Sleep sond in da morning; Leaving Lerwick harbour; The left-handed tushkar; Miss Susan Cooper; Da heids o' Vigon / Oot an' in da harbour; Sleep sound in da morning / Speed da plough / Square da mizzen.
CDTRAX 9005 Scottish Tradition 5: The Muckle Sangs Classic Scots ballads   Jeannie Robertson, Lizzie Higgins, Betsy Whyte, Jane Turriff, John Strachan, Jimmy MacBeath and more!   (1992)
Glenlogie; The Gypsy Laddies / The Roving Ploughboy; The False Knight Upon the Road; The Bonnie Banks o' Fordie; The Twa Brothers; Tam Lin; The Knight and the Shepherd's Daughter; The Bold Peddlar; The Twa Sisters; The Jolly Beggar; Lord Thomas and Fair Ellen; Young Johnston; Young Beicham; The Keach in the Creel; Clyde's Water; Sir Hugh and the Jew's Daughter; Tile Broom o' the Cowdenknowes; Jamie Telfer o' the Fair Dodhead; Andrew Lammie.
CDTRAX 9006 Scottish Tradition 6: Gaelic Psalms from Lewis   (1994)
Martyrdom; Coleshill; Stroudwater; Oundee; London New; Martyrs.
CTRAX 9007 Scottish Tradition 7: Calum Ruadh Bard of Skye, with Roy Williamson, flute and John MacKinnon, violin.  (1993)
Calum Ruadh; The old home; Crofter and landlord; Eviction; It is all gone; The ruination of the Highlands; The church and the bard; The sabbath ferry; Lament for Archie.  Composition: The Fairy visitation; Variant 1; Variant 2; Variant 3; Variant 4; The process of composing; Song to the children; Reciting, chanting, singing; The series of variants concluded; The message and the audience.  Exposition: The bard and the Edinburgh folk scene; Lament for Arnhem; Reel: Prince Charlie.
CTRAX 9008 Scottish Tradition 8: James Campbell of Kintail Gaelic songs   (1994)
18 Tracks including: Iseabail NicSoidh; Ho So Gum B'eibbinn Liom; Tlta; Mi Tinn, Tinn, Tinn; Dean Cadalan Sam Dach A Chiulein Mo Ruin; Taladh Choinnich Oig; Cumha Mhic An Toisich; Cumba Chailein Ghlinn lubhair.
CDTRAX 9009 Scottish Tradition 9: The Fiddler and his Art   Hugh Inkster, Pat Shearer, Andrew Poleson, Donald MacDonell, and Hector MacAndrew   (1993)
Donald MacDonell: Lady Madelina Sinclair, strathspey / Sandy Cameron, reel; Mackintosh's Lament, pibroch air; The Atholl Highlander's March to Loch Katrine / The Inverness Gathering, march / Corriemonie's Rant, strathspey / Alexander Duff, reel; Gabhaidh sine an rathad mor, march.  Hugh Inkster: Renfrewshire Militia, march; Inganess, march.  Pat Shearer with David Linklater (piano): The Stronsay Waltz; Jock Halerow, waltz; The Headlands / The Caledonian March / The Standing Stones of Stenness, marches.  John Reid snr & John Reid jnr (piano): The Braes of Tullymet, strathspey / J F Dickie, reel.  Andrew Poleson with William Williamson (voice): Jenny Nettles; Cam you here to coort and clap; Mither put me to the well; The High Road to Linton.  Albert Stewart: Niel Gow's Lamentfor Whisky, slow air.  Hector MacAndrew & Sandie Edmondson (piano): Mills Hills, slow strathspey / Pipe Major J Stewart, march / The Lodge of Glentana, slow air / Gavin MacMillan, reel; James F Dickie's Delight: slow air / J F Dickie, reel; My Heart is broke since thy departure, slow air; Mrs Major Stewart of the island of Java, slow air / Madame Frederick, slow strathspey / Earl Grey, strathspey / Waverley Ball, reel.
CTRAX 9010 Scottish Tradition 10: Pibroch Pipe Major William MacLean   (1995)
Interview; The Finger Lock; Donald of Laggan; Lament for the Laird of Annapool; The Desperate Battle; Catherine's Lament; The Old Woman's Lullaby (canniaireachd); The Old Woman's Lullaby (pipes); MacLeod's Salute; The King's Taxes;Lament for Donald Dougal MacKay; Cill Chriosd; MacLeod of Raasay's Salute; The Battle of Vaternish; The Gatherlng of Clan Chattan; The Earl of Seaforth's Salute; Duntroon's Salute; The Unjust Incarceration; Lament for Patrick Og MacCrimmon; Too Long in this Condition.
CTRAX 9011 Scottish Tradition 11: Pibroch Pipe Major Robert Brown   (1995)
The Massacre of Glencoe; Discussion; The Battle of Park; Cill Chriosd; The Bicker; Lament for Donald Ban MacCrimmon; The Blue Ribbon; The Glen is Mine; Siubhal Sheumais; Discussion on Siubhal Sheumais; The MacFarlanes' Gathering; The Earl of Seaforth's Salute; Lament for Colin Roy Mackenzie; Lament for the Union; Lament for Patrick Og MacCrimmon.
CTRAX 9012 Scottish Tradition 12: Pibroch Pipe Major Robert Nicol   (1995)
The Unjust Incarceration; Discussion with Canntaireachd; Cill Chriosd; The Desperate Battle; Marion's Wailing; The MacLeods' Salute; The King's Taxes; Lament for Donald Dougal MacKay; The End of the Great Bridge; MacLeod of Raasay's Salute; The Little Spree.
CTRAX 9013 Scottish Tradition 13: Calum and Annie Johnston   (1995)
Na faighinn gille ri cheannach; Faigh a-nuas dhuinn am botul; Mo cheud iomguin gach nì chluinn mi; Gràdh geal mo chridh; Chaidh moill air mo léirsinn; Calum beag o Thìr a' Mhurain; Ruidhleadh cailleach sheatadh cailleach; Faca sibh Màiri nighean Alasdair?; Chaidh an dileag ud 'nam cheann; Mo rùn a' mhaigdeann; Clò nan gillean; 'S mithich dhuinn éirigh mo nighean donn; Latha dhomh 's mi 'm Beinn a' Cheathaich; Di-Sathuirne ghabh mi mulad; Nighean bàillidh a Loch Bhraon; March, strathspey and reel; Fàilte Dhruim Fionn; Fhir a' chinn duibh; Is fhada tha mi an cul Beinn Eadarra; Pilliù pillililileoghain; Cha till mi tuilleadh: pipe-tune; Port na h-eala air an tràigh; Luran; 'S olc an obair do theachdairean cadal; Sealgair a' choilich bhuidhe; Sgeulachd a' choire; Hè o hó a Ràghnaill ud thall; Oran do'n mhusg; Fhir nan gormshùilean meallach.
CTRAX 9014 Scottish Tradition 14: Gaelic Stories told by Peter Morrison   (1993)
6 Tracks including: A Dream of a Drowned Woman; A Ghost Tells of Hidden Treasure; A Child Stolen by the Fairies; The Tailor and the Fishing Wives.
CTRAX 9015 Scottish Tradition 15: George Moss Pibroch   (1995)
War or Peace; The MacGregors' Gathering; Pibroch of Donald Dhu; The End of the Little Bridge; In Praise of Morag; The Blue Ribbon; The Desperate Battle / Port Mairi; John Garve MacLeod's Lament / The Lament for Mary MacLeod; Chisholm's Salute; The Rout of Glenfruin; Glengarry's Lament; The Little Spree; The Company's Lament; Corrienessan; Clan Chattan's Gathering; Catherine's Lament; The Lament for MacDonald of Kialochmoidart; The Big Spree.
CTRAX 9016D Scottish Tradition 16: Williams Matheson Gaelic bards and minstrels   Double cassette   (1993)
Iorram: Thriall ur bunadh gu Pharao; An Làir Dhonn; Deock-Slàint' an Iarla Thuathaich sin; Och a Mhuire mo dhunaidh; An deicheamh là de thùs a' Mhàirt; Mo bheud 's mo chràdh; Bhliadhna leumadh dhar milleadh; An talla bu ghnàth le MacLeòid; Moch 's mi 'g éirigh sa mhadainn; An naidheachtd seo 'n-dé; Mo chràdlghal bochd; A bhean leasaich an stòp dhuinn; Rifitaim an taibh; Cha sùrd cadail; Moch sa mhadainn 's mi 'g éirigh; 'S tim dltotnh dùsgadh o m'shuain; 'S goirt leam gaoir nam ban Muileach.
Amhran: 'S i seo 'n aimsir an dearbhar; Mile marbhphaisg air an t-saoghal; Mo rùn geal òg; Thèid mi le m'dheòin; Feasgar Lltain; Oran an t-Samhraidh; O Iain Ghlinn Cuaich; A Bhliadhna gus an aimsir seo; Oran Coire Cheathaich; Moch sa mhadainn Didòmhnaich; Moladh air piob-mhor MhicCruimein; Creach na Ciadaoin; Allt an t-Siùcair; Tri fichead bliadhna 's a tri; Oran mor MhicLeòid; Nis on tha mi 'm ònaran; Dòmhnall nan Dòmhnall; Ged is socrach mo leaba.
CTRAX 9018 Scottish Tradition 18: Clo Dubh Clo Donn   (1998)
18 Tracks including: Ghuidhinn Stan Don Ribbinn; Cha Teid Mi Do Dh'Fhear Gun Bhata; I Ri to d So Leannain; Am Maistreadh A Bh'aig Moire; Chuirinn Mo Ghiollan; Ho Ro Na Cuir Cul Rium; O 'S Mis' Tha Cianail Faillinneach; Ci 'N Fhidheall; Griogal Cridhe; Anna NicLeoid; Mhic Larla Nam Bratach Bana; Ceann Traigh Ghruinneard; Gaol An t-Seoladair.
Originally a Topic release
CDTRAX 9019 Scottish Tradition 19: Seonag NicCoinnich   (1999)
Ceud soildh soindh bhuam, Bhon dh'fhàg thu mi 's mulad orm, Ged is griamach am latha, Chuir m'athair mise dhan taigh charraideach, Agus hó Mhòrag, O cò thogas dhìom am fhadachd?, Bothan àirigh am Bràigh Raineach, Oran Chaluim Sgàire, Tha sinn a' falbh, 'S e gillean mo rùin, O 's tù 's gura tù th'air m'aire, Puirt, Ailein Dumn ò hì, Iain Shomaltaich, An till mise chaoidh, A nighean nan geug, Tha mo dhuìl, Hion dail-a horo hì, Hò bha mi hè bha mi, Thèid mi dhachaigh, An till mi tuilleadh a Leòdhas?
CDTRAX 9051 The Caldonian Companion   Instrumental music from Scotland   Various artists   (1998)
Lady Madeline Sinclair / High Road to Linton / White Cockade / Neil Gow's Farewell to Whiskey / Miss Jean Milligan / Muckin' o' Geordie's Byre / Kinnegad Slashers / Bugle Horn / Brig o' Perth / Reel of Tulloch / Forbes Morrison / Ten Pound Fiddle / Smith's a Gallant Fireman / Jenny Dang the Weaver / Bonnie Dundee / Hot Punch / Kenmore's Up and Awa' / J.B. Milne / Lovat Scouts / Breakdown / Caddam Woods / Polka / Smith's a Gallant Fireman / Soldier's Joy / Kirrie Debbuck / Sir David Davidson of Cantray / Tam Bain's Lum / Blue Bonnets O'er the Border / Far Frae Scotia's Shore / Alley Crocker / Orange and Blue / Mrs MacLeod of Raasay / Highland Wedding / Dr MacDonald / Lady Charlotte Campbell / Mason's Apron / Timour the Tartar.
Originally a Topic release
CDTRAX 9052 Davie Stewart   Davie Stewart   (1998)   Review
MacPherson's Rant / Jolly Beggar / Cantering: the 74th Highlander's Farewell to Edinburgh / Piper's Bonnet / Mrs MacLeod of Raasay / I'm Often Drunk and I'm Seldom Sober / Taghter Jack Walsh / Connaught Man's Rambles / Overgate / Merchant's Son / Daft Piper / Boolavogue / Harvest Home / Dowie Dens of Yarrow.
Originally a Topic release.  This was by Davy Stewart according to the Topic list.
CDTRAX 9053 The Singing Molecatcher of Morayshire   John MacDonald   (1998)
Sleepytoon / Mains O' Fogieloon / Lord Ronald / Burns Waltz / Dewy Dens O' Yarrow / Bonnie Hoose O' Airlie / Majuba Hill / Braes O' Balquhidder / Ploughin' Match at Duffus / Haughs O' Cromdale / Jacobite Waltz / Farewell Tomintoul / Bonnie Lassie Will Ye Gang / My Auntie Jean / Bonnie Udny / Cairgorn Barn Dance / Wandering Shepherd Laddie / Banks of Allan / Ball of Kerrymuir.
Originally a Topic release
CDTRAX 9054 The Shepherd's Song   Willie Scott   (1998)
Shepherd's Song / Piper MacNeil / Kielder Hunt / Jamie Reaburn / Bonnie Wee Trampin' Lass / Bloody Waterloo / Jock Geddes / Dowie Dens of Yarrow / Herd Laddie o' the Glen / Lads that were Reared Among the Heather.
Originally a Topic release
CDTRAX 9055 Queen among the Heather   Belle Stewart   (1998)   Review
Queen among the Heather / Here's a Health to all True Lovers / Betsy Belle / Berryfields o' Blair / Soft Country Chief (The Toon o' Dairy) / Whistlin' at the Plough / Bonnie Wee Lassie frae Gourock / Overgate / Blooming Caroline o' Edinburgh / Busk, Busk, Bonnie Lassie / Late Last Night / Twa Brothers / Leezie Lindsay.
Originally a Topic release


HNCD 1439 The Bartók Album   Muzsikás
Dunátúil friss csárdások (Transdanubian fast csárdás), Jocul bárbátesc, Hegedúduó, Máramosi táncok (Maramaros Dances), Máramosi táncok (Maramaros Dances), Porondos víz martián (on the river bank), Kanásztáncok két hegedú (swineherd’s dance), Dunánúli ugrósok (Transdanubian ugros), Pásztornóták hosszúfurulyán (Shepherd’s flute song), Forgácsúti legényes (Forgácsúti lad’s dance), Pejparipám rézpatkója (My horse’s shoe), Hegedúduó Bánkódás, Bonchidai lassú magyar (Slow lad’s dance from Bonchida), Magyarbecei öreges csárdások (Magyarbecei csardas), Pe Loc, Botos Tánc (Bota Dance), Torontáli Táncok (Torontál dances), Ardeleana, Hegedúduó, Erdélyi tánc, Füzesi ritka Mgyar (Lad’s dance from Fuzes), A temetó kapu (The churchyard gate), Mérai lassúcsárdas és szarpora (Kalotaszeg dances), Elindultam a hazámbói (I left my homeland).

Hebe Music

HEBECD001 Wild Boys   Will Duke & Dan Quinn   (1996)
Monkey Hornpipe / Stepdance; I've Been a Wild Boy; Stone Steps Hornpipe / Mickey Callaghan's; The Lakes of Coalflin; Mr Rew's Waltz / 21 Years on Dartmoor; Hares on the Old Plantation; The New Moon / The French Dance; Mary on the Wild Moor; The Orphan Girl; Hunt the Squirrel / Four Handed Reel; The Maiden's Prayer; Skibbereen / The Stone Outside Dan Murphy's Door / Moonlight in Mayo; Green Grow the Laurels; Foul Weather Call / From Night 'til Morn.
HEBECD002 Reformed Characters   Flowers and Frolics   (2000)
Two Little Girls in Blue, Sunny Afternoon, After You've Gone, Martin, The Shore of Botany Bay, Shepton Mallet Hornpipe, Grandfather's Tune.
HEBECD003 Scanned   Will Duke & Dan Quinn   (2001)
Here We Are, Scan Tester's Polkas, Coleraine Town, A Rakish Young Fellow, The Hungry Army, The Little Drummer, Scan Tester's Marches, Long A-Growing, Mrs Kenney / Waltzing Over the Water / Waltz for Christine (Duke), The True Lover's Farewell, Brook Street Polka / Nine Buckets, The Old Miser, Ball of Yarn, Died for Love, Scan Tester's Schottisches, The Clock Striking Nine / Scan Tester's Waltz, Father Had a Knife.


HT CD 14 Fado de Lisboa 1928-1936   Various artists
Armandinho: Ciganita; Variacoes Em La Menor; Fado Do Cuime. Maria do Carmo: Os Beijos Sao Como As Rosas; Desgarrada. Alfredo Duarte: Olhos Fatais; Cabelo Branco. Maria Emelia Ferreira: Fado Frankelin; Fado Corrido; Fado Da Mouraria, Fado Do Aljube. Madalena de Melo: Quem Mais Jura. Jose Porfirio: Consagracao Ao Fado; Fado Vitoria. Maria Silva: Fado Da Paixao; Fado Dos Dois Tons; Fado Britinho: Fado Antigo; Fado Fadista. Maria do Carmo Torres: O Sonho; Maria Da Graca. Ermalinda Vitoria: Fado Da Minha Almeida; O Meu Portugal.
HT CD 15 Fado de Coimbra 1926-1930   Various artists
Dr Antonso Batouque: Fado De Coimbra. Dr Edmundo De Bettancourt: Fado De Santa Cruz; Cancao Da Beira Baixa; Menina E Moea; Mar Alto; Crucificado; Samaratina; Fado Da Sugestao; Cancao Do Alentejo; Senhora Do Almotao; Saudadinha. Jose Joachim Cavalheiro: Ramaldeira; Fado Maior. Dr Lucas Junot: Fado Sepulveda; Fado Dos Passarinhos; Fado De Coimbra; Fado De Santa Clara. Jose Paradela D'Oliveira: Fado De Santa Cruz; Fado De Se Velha. Artur Paredes: Bailados Do Minho; Variacoes Em Re Menor.
HT CD 16 West African Instrumental Quintet 1929   WAIQ
Insu Shi Wu; Ontsi Bro Fu; Bea Tsin No 1; Bea Tsin No 2; Con Ko Bey; Ye Na Ako Fia; Kara So; Awu Raba; Som Mi Mu; On Yer Whi; Ser Akul Per; Pa Pa Bi; Tin Ka Tin Ka; Mi Wi Wi; Ader Su-No 1; Ader Su-No 2; Alma Bou; Swe Ter; Mia Nko; Bra Sil.
HT CD 17 Roots of Highlife   George Williams Aingo   (1927)
Tôtô; Ohye Atar Gyen; Odo Ye Wu; Suantsi; Tarkwa Na Abosu; Rosina; Abawa Musum Mumura; Ahyiko Mansah; Da-Da Woye; Odanu Na Muboto; Afra N'si Onnkeye Adwuma; Na Mapa Nu Kyew; Akuku Nu Bonto; Kokobu Na Akuko; Prako Ntwer; Mpanyin Ako Sa; Ako-Twi-Aba-Busufu; Aguao; Womu; Koko Ahataw Kur.
HT CD 18 Roots of Juju   Domingo Justus   (1928)
Bandele; Agbamurere; Eni Ba Dami; Oluronhi; Omo Nke; Egbe Wa Ki Npe Bajo; Adeoti Ori Wara Ori Wara; Eyi Mowi Re; Bi Ina La Ku Fi Eru Boju; Koju Gbagpe; Ori La Ba Bo; Iya Matu; Awalo De, Ore Bi Ole Jo Ma Mi; Tourn; Bi Mo Bi Omo Ti Oku Maron L() Lewe; Oniya Awa Lolare; Igba Lahu; Adabi Baba Spe; Ele Shihe Wa.
HT CD 19 Caluza's Double Quartet 1930   (Zulu Harmony Vocals)
Ubungca (Oxford Bags); Ingoduso; Influenza (1918); Sa Ni Bona; Ixegwana; Vul 'Indhlela, Mnta Ka Dube; Umteto We Land Act; Bayete; Umtshado (Kuhle Kwetu); Zebras (Amadube); Iculo La Setafamasi; Uhiki Nomana; Ngi Tshele, Dudu, Si Xotshwa Emsebenzini; Kwati Be Lele; M Lete Jimi; Wa Q'Um Udalimede; Amanigel Coons; Idipu E Tekwani; Ba Bulawa Ini Abakiti.
HT CD 20 I Dialetto Sardo   Sardinian music 1930-1932   Various artists   Review
Antioco Marras, vocal & Lazzaro Zedda, guitar: Canzoni Sarda; Canzoni D'Amori; Canzoni A Ritornello-parte I & II; Canzoni Sardi; Goccius Campidanesu; Laudas A S Francesco; Cantidus A Trallellera. Pietro Testoni, vocal & Bachisio Senes, harp-guitar: Sa Tempesta In "Re" parte I & II. Gavino de Lunas, vocal & Nicolina Cabitza, guitar: Ballo Centrale Cantato; Serenata Amorosa parte I & II; A Cisella Mia; Sincero Amore; A Sa Cumpagna Morte; Tempus Passadu; Ballo Settentrionale; A Diana Mia; Pritte, Ses Troppu Bella.
HT CD 21 The Ace & Deuce of Pipering   A World Bagpipe Anthology 1906-1947   Various artists
Dick Spottswood-programmed CD featuring many different bagpipes from British Isles, France, Spain, Italy, Central & Eastern Europe, Greece Sardinia, North Africa, India ...
HT CD 22 Kumasi Trio 1928   West African vocals in Fanti with two guitars & rhythm.
Amponsah Pts 1 & 2; Atsin; Mam Bebi Minda; Opuhim Wuara; So Wu Bam; Kasi Ken Ken; Odu Yewu Ayem, Ye Man Mbobo; Akodaa Wisua; Womma Onye Bi; Mu Wu A Mbeda Dzii, Pen Pen Sin Pen; Adjuah Adadziwah Pts 1 & 2; Araban Tekuah Kesi; Yaw Donkor; Penpensarku; Akoful; Banasko Na Kwesi Ayaw; Se Minga Biara A.
HT CD 24 Lisbon Fados Vol 3 1928-1931   Various artists
Madalena De Melo: Fado Estoril; Divinisado; Cantares; Fado Da Meia Noite; Fado Armandinho; Fado Em Re Menor. Celestina Luiza: Amor Abencoado; As Minhas Saudades. Maria Silva: Fado Da Mouraria; Fado Tango; Fado Corrido; Fado Alice; Fado Franklin; Fado Da Moda. Adelina Fernandes: Ser Fadista; Fado Penim; Quem Canta; Miserias; Dois Veus. Dina Tereza: Novo Fado Da Severa.
HT CD 25 Armandinho 19281929
Fado Em La Maior; Fado Peniche; Variacoes Em La Menor; Variacoes Em Re Menor; Variacoes Em Re Maior; Variacoes Em Mi Menor; Fado Em Mi Menor; Fado Fernandinha; Fado Alexandrinho; Variacoes Em La Maior: Fado Das Berlengas; Fados Do Estoril: Fado Do Bacalhau; MaXpoli; Fado Armandinho; Marcha Em Re Maior; Fado Conde Da Anaida; Fado De Sintra; Fado Fontalvo; Olhos Bonitas.
HT CD 28 Kumasi Trio 1928 Volume 2
Prempah Waba Pts 1 and 2; Akyimfu Draiba Panyi; Se Minya Owu a Muwura Draiba; Kwaku Anansi Pt 1; Kwaki Anansi Pt 2; Nsa, NsaX Ye, Bonun Nsa; Wie Wie Wie Mi Ye; Essie Kutah; Ababaa Wa; Wombu; Ahinliyaw Sen; Ma Asu Awar; Se Ye Mi Ye Na W'Anye Yle A; Gyampusa Mara; Nana E Guah Ni Tamar Ya; Wie Nyanku Birebu Ya Asem A; Ayen Nyi Wu; Adjuah Yankah Pts 1 and 2.
HT CD 29 Harmonizing Four
I Found The Lord; Come Over Here; Amazing Grace, Joy In The Beulah Land; I Started In Jesus; This Wicked Race; Mother's Prayer; Give My Heart To Jesus; Beyond The Sunset; I'll Go Lord Send Me; King Jesus Will Roll The Clouds Away; I Trust In God; Lord I~m Coming Home; Say A Word; Will There Be Any Stars In My Crown; Where He Leads Me; Jesus Is A Friend To Everyone; Let God Abide; I Shall Not Be Moved; Protect My Loved Ones; Keep Me All The Way; Working For The Lord; Stand By Me; Lift Every Voice And Sing.
HT CD 32 Ercilla Costa with Armandinho I930
O Meu Filho; Fado Tango; Negros Traços; Desilusao; Fado Corrido; Um Desgosto; Fado Lisboa; A Minha Vilda; Fado Dois Tons; Fado Sem Pernas; Fado Da Mouraria; Meu Tormento; Saudades Que Matam; O Filho Ceguinho; Duas Glórias; Soldado Desconhedico; Pobreza Envergonhada; Pesar Profundo; A Desgarrada.
HT CD 37 Slovak Csardas:   Dance Tunes from the Pennsylvania Coal Mines 1928-1930   Various artists   Review
Michael Tokarick: Ritki Zito; Horska; Michal aj Stefan V Kafehauze Pt 2; Hraj Abo Zadatok Daj; Sanok; Janko Lajdak Ma Trubel Z Atomobilom Pt l & 2; Galizia; Janko V Pittsburgu; Janko Wraca Sie Domu S Policmenom; Kaska. Pachac A Juskanic: A Pod Lesom Zimna Voda; Za Vodov Salata; Maloruska Kolomejka; Dievky Na Valale; Vojensky Cardas. Michail Lapeak: Jak Som Isol Prez Les; Pod Buckom Zelena Trava; Sedliacky Zabavny Cardas; Stefanova Solo Magya; Ked Ten Vala Horal. Michael Stiber: Skoci Krak; A Ti Cigan Dobre Hraj; Gadowski; Kacaca; Ritka Buza.
HT CD 38 Voice of Spain   Various artists   Review
Andalucia Flamenco: Guajiras; Seguidillas; Peteneras; Fandanguillos; Saetas. Andalucia Cuadro Gitano: La Mosca; Bulerias Gitanas; La Tana; La Cachucha. Asturias: Pase El Puerto De Payares; Vaqueiras; Canciones. La Santander: Un Pasiego Pira Y Bota; Sayadoras-Las De Benito; A La Mar Salen Los Rios. Aragon: Las Mujeres Son Muy Malas; Si Es Enero O Febrero / La Jota Es Bella Y Braviav. Catalonia: Les Fulles Seques; El Toc De L'Oracio.
HT CD 40 Albanian Village Music 1930   Various artists   Review
Ali Pashe Tepelena; Hunde E Bukur; Mu Ne Bace Tande Njezet; As Arman Or Syri Zi!; Dyzet Kollonata Bera; Valle Berace; Me Pike O Bandill Me Pike; Karajfili Kuq Si Gjaku; Nje Lule E Bukur Dolli Nga Xheneti; Vome Kaba; Zogie Ku Me Qenke Ritur; Mos Me Kjani More Shoke; Edhe Guret E Sokakut Per Ty Bejne Shiqaat; Hazazi I Dy Motrave; Zgjate, Zgjate Doren; E Qjare E Selim Laze Permetit; Vikturi Tu Befete Neneja; Kenge E Dhjimtraqit; Elif Allah; Rezonet Bilbili Nga Mali.

Hill & Dale

HD 006 Merry Mountain Child   Arthur Howard   (1981)
Rolling on the Grass; Merry Mountain Child; Old Jepson Brown; I Bought Three Pigs at Marsden Fair; Water Rattle; Nutting Girl; Powder Monkey; Muffin Man; Farmer's Dog; Sucking Pig; The Death of Poor Bill Brown; It was Night and the Moon Illuminated the Sky; Pace-Egging Song; Christmas Goose.
HD 851 Bright Rosy Morning   The Holme Valley Tradition   (1985)
Holmwoods; White House; Friezland Ale; Drink Puppy Drink; The Hound-Pup and Me; German Clockmender; Joe the Carrier Lad; Bright Rosy Morning; With Bowman let's Go; Renshaw's Mule; Master Smith Says to John; I Mind the Day; Nancy Miles; Pratty Flowers.

Home Made Music

LP001 Appalachia - The Old Traditions Vol 1   Blue Ridge Mountain music from Virginia and North Carolina   (1982)
Morris Norton: Oh, Come See Me When You Can. Pug Allen: McKinley; Nigger Trader Boatman; Christmas Holiday. Cas Wallin: Little Soldier; Derby Ram; Jerusalem Mourn. Dellie Norton: Oh, Lord, Ellie; Silk Merchant's Daughter; Black Is the Colour. Ed Weaver & Pug Allen: Cluck Old Hen. Dan Tate: Bugerboo; Once I Lived in Old Virginia; Cindy; Little Fisherman. Sam Connor & Dent Wimmer: Don't Get Trouble in Mind. Eunice Yeatts McAlexander: Three Little Babes. Sam Connor: Massa Run Away. Charlie Woods: Cripple Creek & Shooting Creek. William Marshall & Howard Hall: Pretty Little Girl. Rob Tate: Old Corn Liquor. Ted Floyd: Sally Gooden. Sherman Wimmer: Hounds in the Horn. Evelyn Ramsey: Lily of the West. Dent Wimmer: Half Shaved Nigger. Walt Davis & Jay C McCool: Russian Roulette; Banjo Clog; White Oak Stomp. Walt Davis: Graveyard Blues.
LP002 Appalachia - The Old Traditions Vol 2   Blue Ridge Mountain music from Virginia and North Carolina   (1983)
Pug Allen: Up Jumped the Devil . Dellie Norton: Little Sparrow; Little Honey. Ed Weaver & Pug Allen: My Man Will Be Home Some Old Day. Stanley Hicks: Here Goes a Bluebird; Down the Road; Riddles and Where's the Ox At?. Mitchel Hopson: Snowbird on the Ashbank. Dan Tate: Muck on my Heel / Molly Van. Tommy Jarrell: Roundtown Gals; Train on the Island. Garrett & Nora Arwood: Poison in a Glass of Wine; Shady Grove. Benton Flippen: Gary Dawson's Tune. Sam Connor: Dance All Night With the Fiddler's Gal. Robert Sykes & the Surry County Boys: Paddy on the Turnpike; Black-Eyed Susie. Doug Wallin: The Time Draws Near. John Hobson & the Glen Ayre ramblers: Brown's Dream. William Marshall: Back-Step Cindy. Virgie Wallin: The Worrysome Woman. Dent Wimmer: Baby-O. Cas Wimmer: We'll Camp a Little While in the Wilderness. Benton Flippen & the Smokey Vallet Boys: Cotton-Eyed Joe.
LP301 Bright Golden Store   Walter Pardon   (1983)
Caroline and Her Young Sailor Bold; Blow the Winds-I-O; Naughty Jemima Brown; Old Joe the Boat is Going Over; Come Little Leaves; The Parson and the Clerk; Bright Golden Store; Two Jolly Butchers; Thornaby Woods; Rakish Young Fellow; Uncle Walter's March; Poor Smuggler's Boy; Hold the Fort; Rosin-a-Beau.
LP302 Who Owns the Game   Traditional Songs and Melodeon Tunes from Central Suffolk.   Dolly Curtis, Roy Last, Cecil Pearl, Charlie Stringer, Fred Whiting, Cyril Barber.  (1983?)
Dick Iris's Hornpipe; Kibosh the Cobbler; Walter Read's Hornpipe; Poison Beer; Sonny's Tune; Peter the Paynter; Peachey's Polkas; Woodland Flowers; Little Cock Sparrow; Speed the Plough; The Costermonger's Song; Hornpipes; Alf Peachey's March / Marlborough's March; William Rufas; Stepdance Tune; Tommy Doddler; Jig (Larry O'Gaff); One and Twenty; Hornpipes; Who Owns the Game / Botany Bay; Polkas; John Barleycorn / La Russe / Dennington Bell / On the Waggon.


HBCD 0014 1798 The First Year of Liberty Frank Harte with Donal Lunny   (1998)   Review
Henry Joy; General Munro; Dunlavin Green; By Memory Inspired; Shan Van Vocht; Father Murphy; Croppies Lie Down; Croppy Boy; Ballyshannon Lane; Wind that Shakes the Barley; Roddy McCorley; Bagnal Harvey's Farvrell; Bold Belfast Shoemaker; Wheels of the World; Henry Joy McCracken; Bodenstown Churchyard; Rights of Man.
HBCD 0027 My Name is Napoleon Bonaparte Frank Harte with Donal Lunny   (2001)
Disc 1 - Isle of Saint Helena, The Nightingale, Bonny Light Horseman, Sweet Laurel Hill, My Son Tim, Napoleon's Farewell to Paris, King's Shilling, Bonny Bunch of Roses, Eighteenth of June, Grand Conversation on Napoleon, Lonely Waterloo, Green Linnet, Wounded Hussar.
Disc 2 - Mantle of Green, The Love Token, My Love at Waterloo, Armagh Volunteer, Plains of Waterloo, Deartháirín O Mo Chroí, Napoleon's Lamentation, Welcome Napoleon to Erin, Granuaile, You Sons of Old Ireland, Napoleon Bonaparte, Whiskey in the Jar, Saxon's Shilling.

Inishowen Traditional Singers Circle

ITSC001 The Flower of Dunaff Hill   Traditional songs from Inishowen   Various Artists   (1990)
Paddy Doherty: Another Man's Wedding; Corney McDid: As I Roved Out; Bridie Doherty: Ballintown Brae; Maggie McGee: The Bonnie Green Tree; Paddy Hegarty: The Flower of Corby's Mill; Charlie McGonigle: General Owen Roe; Owen Kelly: Father Tom O'Neill; Mary A. Canny: The Flower of Dunaff Hill; Mack Devlin: November Keady Fair; Jimmy Grant: How Paddy Stole the Rope; Jim McGonigle: Jimmy Leeburn; Denis McDaid: The Shamrock Shore; Jimmy Houten: A Lady Fair; Dan McGonigle: Erin's Lovely Home.
ITSC002 An Hour of Song   Dan McGonigle, Maggie McGee
Maggie McGee: The Red Woolen Hankie; The Old Grey Man; Emmet's Farewell; The Ghost of Willie O; Sunny Tennessee; The Faithful Sailor Boy; Katie from Baltimore; Once I Loved.  Dan McGonigle: Bloomin' Maid of Galway Town; The Good Ship Cambria; The Rose of Ardee; The Urris Drowning Tragedy; Mary Hamilton; The Banks of the Nile; Nancy Bell.

Kelero Records

Kelero 001 The Rowsome Tradition   Five generations of Uilleann piping   Kevin Rowsome   (1999)
Reels: The Limestone Rock / The Five Mile Chase; The Broken Pledge / The College Groves.  Hornpipes: The Woods of Kilkenny / Young Roger was a Ploughboy; The Wexford Hornpipe / Murphy's; Kilcooley Woods / The First of May.  Jigs: The Woodcock / Put on Your Clothes; Up and About in the Morning / Old Man Dillon; Killy's Rambles / Frahers; Trip to Bantry / The Coming of Spring.  Reel and Highland: The Dublin Lasses / John Doherty's.  Airs: Blind Mary; Staker Wallace.  Archive Recordings: (Leo and Leon Rowesome - recorded 1957) O'Donnell Abu / The Boys of Wexford (Marches:); The Liverpool Hornpipe; The Irish Rover (set piece); Freedom for Ireland Polka set.  (Liam Rowsome - fiddle - recorded 1969): An raibh tú ag an gCarraig (air); The Coolin (air).


KM9510 We Won't Come Home 'Til Morning   Breanndán Ó Beaglaoich (Brendan Begley)   (1997)
Hornpipes: An Droichead / Green Grow The Rushes / The California Girls.  Polkas: An Puncán / We Won't Go Home 'Til Morning / Nelly; The Roundabout / Denis Doody's / Johnny O'Leary's.  Song: Cailín na Gruaige Doinne; Dónal Óg.  Reels: Con McGinley's / Biddy from Muckross; Johnny McIljohns / President Garfield's.  Slides: The Bicycle / An Bóthar Ó Thuaidh.  Hornpipes: The Scent of the Bog / An Gasúr Mór; The Plains of Boyle / Callaghan's / Rafferty's.  Jigs: Dálaigh / An Rógaire Dubh / Sean Coughlan's.


Kyloe 100 Travellers' Tales - Volume 1   Stanley Robertson, Duncan Williamson, William Williamson
Johnny You're a Rover; Story: The White Butterfly; The Lady and the Blacksmith; Down in Yonder Bushes; Bonny George Campbell; Tifty's Annie; Conversation on Jack Tales; Story: Jack Goes Back to School; Story: Hump-Back Jack; Hind Horn; The Dowie Dens o Yarrow
Kyloe 101 Travellers' Tales - Volume 2   Gabrielle Ijdo, Stanley Robertson, Duncan Williamson
Medley of Children's Songs; Queen Jane; The Trees They Are High; The Butcher Boy; Those Men of the Forest; Johnny o the Brine; Story: Jack & the Three Jewels; Fortune Turns the Wheel; John Barleycorn; Story: The Silkie's Revenge; The Golden Vanity; Closing Our Camping Ground Down; Young Emslie.


Both our Traditional and Topic record discographies have been significantly updated since initial publication, principally with the aid of Alistair Banfield.  I was unaware of it, but it appears that Alistair did much of the work on the original Topic discography which we published here.  He was not credited for this work (except that he is the 'AB' mentioned where the existence of a disc is referred to), so I should here and now like to offer him my - our - thanks for all this useful information.  Thanks to Alistair, the Leader list is now in order.

Thanks also to Chris Wildridge, who has now completed the missing portions of the list and included track listings in the sequence on the record, label colours, production details and additional performers. All additional information comes from copies seen.  The first digit of the catalogue number was just a pricing code, so if you ignore the initial 2, 3, or 4, the catalogue numbers make an almost seamless list (interspersed with the Trailer numbers) in approximately chronological, as well as in numerical order.  To make it easier to read, I have displayed this price code digit in white - you may just be able to see it against the background, but it will appear if you select the text concerned.

LEA 4001 Jack Elliott Jack Elliott of Birtley  [With booklet] [Leader: orange label; white label] (1969) [Grateful thanks to John Alexander, Mr and Mrs Cecil Gill, Dr and Mrs Scott Iglis, Peter Knowles, A L Lloyd, Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger, Mrs Gwen Marchant-Polworth and Charles Parker from whose tapes these recordings were selected. The North East Federation of Folk Clubs will donate all income from the sale of this record to the North of England Council of the British Empire Cancer Campaign for Research. Produced by Bill Leader for the North East Federation of Folk Clubs. Photographs by Douglas Baton.]
Little chance; Brokken tanner [Jews' harp); Jack's choice [Jews' harp]; Unlucky duck; Broom's reel [mouth organ]; Rakes of Mallow [mouth organ]; Lassie would ye lo'e me?; Silent budgie [story]; Golden slippers [banjo; Poor black Joe [banjo]; Blind fool; Man with no watch [story]; Harrin's Head; Rap her to bank; Jowl, jowl and listen; Farewell to the 'Cotia; Rowan tree [mouth organ]; Banks of the Dee; Parable of the lost shekels; Irish washerwoman [mouth organ]; Father O'Flynn [mouth organ]; Old man; On yon Bottle Bank; Just before the battle mother; My old man; Stanley Market; Paddy McGinty's goat [mouth organ]; Highland whisky [mouth organ]; De'il among the tailors [mouth organ]; Preacher and the atheist [story]; In the bar room [Jew's harp].
LER 3002 Archie Fisher; Barbara Dickson; John MacKinnon  Fate o' Charlie [Archie Fisher: guitar, concertina, dulcimer, mandolin, voice; Barbara Dickson: guitar, bodhran, voice; John MacKinnon: violin, mandolin, voice] [Trailer: white label] (1969) [Recorded in Kirkaldy, Fifeshire and produced by Bill Leader.]
Cam ye o'er frae France [Archie Fisher]; Three healths; Wha wadna fight for Charlie [Archie Fisher]; White cockade [Barbara Dickson]; My bonny Highland laddie [John MacKinnon]; Highland widow's lament [Barbara Dickson]; Prestonpans; Battle of Prestonpans [Archie Fisher]; Killicrankie; O'er the water to Charlie [Barbara Dickson]; Prince Charlie; Highland Harry [Barbara Dickson]; Fate o' Charlie [John MacKinnon]; Highlander's lament [Archie Fisher]; O'er the water; Flowers o' the forest [Barvara Dickson].
LEA 2003 Seamus Ennis  Seamus Ennis [Masters of Irish Music Series] [Leader: turquoise label] (1969) [Produced and recorded by Bill Leader. Photographs by Rod Stradling.]
Pinch of snuff [Uillean pipes]; Fairie's hornpipe [Uillean pipes]; Gold ring [Uillean pipes]; Fairy straying [Uillean pipes]; False hearted lover [Song]; Ditherum doodah [whistle]; Bird's chorus [Whistle]; Lark in the morning [Uillean pipes]; Lark's march [Uillean pipes].
LEA 2004 Martin Byrnes   Martin Byrnes [Masters of Irish Music series] [Reg Hall: piano] [Leader: dark blue label, no track listing; turquoise label] (1969) [Produced and recorded by Bill Leader. Sleeve photographs of Martin Byrnes by John Harrison]
Duke of Leinster reel; Duke of Leinster's wife reel; Paddy Fahey's jig; Cliffs of Moher jig; Tarbolton reel; Longford Collector reel; Sailor's bonnet reel; Banty Bay hornpipe; Stack of barley hornpipe; Farewell to Ireland reel; Irish Molly reel; Ashplant reel; Liffey Banks reel; Shaskeen reel; Hitler's downfall jig; Battle of Aughrim polka; Humours of Lissadel reel; Blackbird; Rodney's glory; Collier's reel; Bucks of Oranmore reel.
LEA 2005 Seamus Tansey   Seamus Tansey [Masters of Irish Music series] [Performers: Seamus Tansey: flute, tin whistle, tambourine; Eddie Corcoran: tin whistle, tambourine; Reg Hall: piano; Paul Gross: piano] (1970)
Reels: Jackie Coleman's No 1 / No 2; The Morning Dew; Boys of Laoise; Miss Monaghan; Colonel Frazer / Miss McLeod's; O'Rourke's / The Wild Irishman; The Bloom of Youth / Lord MacDonald's; The Steam Packet / The Limestone Rock; Pigeon on the Gate / The Reel of Mullinavat.  Jigs: Tansey's Favourite / The Bride's Favourite; The Maid of St Kisco / Tom Ward's Downfall; Farewell to Gurteen / Kid on the Mountain; The Cliffs of Moher / Paddy Fahy's; The Battering Ram; Corcoran's Fancy.  Hornpipes: Birmingham / Leitrim Fancy.
LEA 4006 Billy Pigg Border Minstrel [grey gatefold with integral 8 page booklet] [Leader: orange label; turquoise label] (1971) [Captured on tape during informal sessions and public performances over the years by Forster Charlton. Master at EMI by John Wadley. Cover photograph by Bill Leader. Designed by Janet Kerr.]
High Level hornpipe; Biddleston hornpipe; Carrick hornpipe; I'll get wedded in my auld claes hornpipe; Gentle maiden; Lark in the clear air; Father O'Flynn [with Foster Charlton: fiddle; John Doonan: piccolo, recorded at an Alnwick gathering]; Skye crofters; Dr McLeod of Alnwick; Swallow's tail reel; Mallorca; Madame Bonaparte; Last of the twins; King of the pipers; Crookit bawbee; Bill Charlton's fancy [recorded at City Hall, Newcastle]; Exhibition hornpipe; Billy Pigg's hornpipe; Random jig; Wild hills of Wannies; J R Pigg; Dargai; Happy hours [recorded at an Alnwick gathering]; There's nae guid luck about the house (variations); Holey Happenny.
LER 2007 High Level Ranters  Lads Of Northumbria [High Level Ranters: Alistair Anderson, Tom Gilfllon, Johnny Handle, Colin Ross] [Trailer: red label; white label] (1969) [Recorded in Newcastle and produced by Bill Leader. Photograph by Bill Leader.]
Drops of brandy; Foxhunter's jig; Rocky road to Dublin; Spey in spate; Tusca; College Valley Hunt [Johnny Handle]; Sir John Fenwick's The flower among them all; Baby lie easy [Tom Gilfellon]; Dingle Regatta; Father Kelly's jig; Wedding of Blyth; Andrew Carr; Golden eagle; Sunshine; Johnny Armstrong [Colin Ross]; Derwentwater's farewell [Colin Ross]; Ned of the hill [Colin Ross]; Buy broom besoms [Johnny Handle]; Underhill; Scallowa' lassies; De'il stick the minister; Hares on the mountain [Tom Gilfellon]; Trumpet hornpipe; Cadum Wood.
LER 3008 Bob Davenport: Marsden Rattlers  Bob Davenport and the Marsden Rattlers [Marsden Rattlers: Jim Bainbridge, Susan Bainbridge, Jim Boyles, Jim Irvine, John Lincoln, Tom Montgomery, Derek Proctor, Trevor Sheridan] [Trailer: red label; yellow label] (1971) [Recorded in Newcastle, South Shields and London by Bill Leader. Produced by Seamus Ewens. Mastered and pressed by EMI. Sleeve photographs by Bob Davenport. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Granny's old armchair; Gipsy girl; Early, early in the spring; Old miner; I wish I was single again; Nell; Mucking of Geordie's byre; Cock of the North; Hey! Canny man; I wish they'd do it now; Bonny bunch of roses; Nineteen thirties; Jarrow shipbuilder; Trimdon Grange disaster; Champion he was a dandy; Geordieland 68.
LER 2009 Martyn Wyndham-Read  Ned Kelly and that gang [Performers: Martyn Wyndham-Read, guitar; Dave Bland, banjo and concertina; Tony Wynne, lagerphone; Terry Potter, mouth organ and on Stringybark Creek, guitar] [Trailer: red label; white label] (1970) [Produced and recorded by Bill Leader. Sleeve design by John Hodkinson.]
Ned Kelly; Ben Hall's gang; Streets of Forbes; Convict maid; You sons of Australia; Moreton Bay; Wild colonial boy; Jim Jones; Lament for Ben Hall; Cypress brig; Death of Ben Hall; Stringybark Creek; Farewell to Greta; Ned Kelly.
LER 3010 Lea Nicholson  Horsemusic [Performers: Johnny Butler; Packie Byrne, tin whistle; Brian Cooper, virginal; Robin Dransfield, guitar; Stan Ellison, guitar; Jacqueline Emmett; Tim Hart, Chris Nicholson, percussion; Jean Nicholson; Bob Pegg; Maddy Prior, Barry Ruffell, guitar, harmonium; Kevin Sheldon; Gay Woods, Terry Woods] [Trailer: red label] (1971) [Recorded by Bill Leader and Nic Kinsey. Produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Nic Kinsey. Photographs by Bill Leader. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Here we come a-wassailing; Glory of the North; Greenland bound; Lea Rigs variation; I live not where I love; I'm the urban spaceman [Innes]; Bach, Johannes Sebastian - Trio sonata in C for two manuals and pedal - allegro; Along the Rossendale; Coast of Peru; False knight on the road; Kopya; All through the beer.
LER 2011 Robin Dransfield, Barry Dransfield  Rout of the Blues [Trailer: red label] (1970) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Photographs by Bill Leader.]
Rout of the Blues; Scarborough Fair; St Clemet's jig; Huntsmen's chorus; Nancy; Waters of Tyne; Earl of Totnes; Tapestry; Trees they do grow high; Week before Easter; Fair maid walking all in her garden; Who's the fool now?
LEA 4012 Various artists Blue Ridge Mountain Field Trip - various artists at the Galax Fiddler's Convention [With 8 page booklet giving singers' biographies] [Leader: buff label]  (1970) [Recorded and produced by Janet Kerr. Edited by Seumas Ewens. Photographs by Janet Kerr. Sleeve and booklet design by Janet Kerr.]
Ox bow quadrille [Hubert Caldwell]; Constitution hornpipe [Hubert Caldwell]; Staten Island hornpipe [Hubert Caldwell]; Old Virginia waltz [Hubert Caldwell]; Peeler Creek waltz [Sue Draheim, Buddy Pendleton, Mac Benford]; Liberty; Rutland's reel [Carl Lemming, Buddy Pendleton]; Soldier's joy [Gray Craig, Doug Rorrer, Janet Kerr]; Richmond [Gray Craig, North Carolina Ramblers]; Sweet sunny south [John Hilt]; Sugar in the gourd [John Hilt]; Silver threads among the gold [Tex Isley]; Reidsville blues [Tex Isley]; Buck [Tex Isley]; Live and let live [Tex Isley]; Nobody's business [Tex Isley]; Devil's dream [John Hilt, Roger Sprung, Joan Sprung]; Medley [John Hilt]; Under the double eagle [Gray Craig, Doug Rorrer].
LER 2013 Tony Rose  Young Hunting [Trailer: red label] (1970) [Additional accompaniaments by Robin Dransfield and Barry Dransfield. Choruses sung by several of Tony Rose's distinguished singing friends.] [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Photograph by Bill Leader.]
Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford; Bellringing; Young Hunting; Golden Vanitee; Up to the rigs; Three butchers; Royal Oak; Blackwaterside; Parson and the clerk; Tavistock Goosey Fair.
LER 2014 Nic Jones  Ballads and songs [Trailer: red label; yellow label] (1970) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve picture and design by Janet Kerr.]
Sir Patrick Spens; Butcher and the tailor's wife; Duke of Marlborough; Annan Water; Noble Lord Hawkins; Don't you be foolish pray; Outlandish knight; Reynard the fox; Little Musgrave.
LER 3015 Leon Rosselson  Word is hugga mugga chugga lugga humbugga boom chit [Trailer: red label] (1971) [All songs written and sung by Leon Rosselson. Guitar accompaniments by Martin Carthy and Leon Rosselson except 'I don't want to die' which is sung by Martin Carthy and Roy Bailey] [Recorded by Colin Sanders. Produced by Roy Bailey. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Hugga mugga chugga lugga humbugga boom chit; Garden of stone; Invisible man; Never mind the slugs; Word market; Do you remember?; William; I don't want to die; Remembrance Day; Coming home to you; Kangaroos like to hop; Topside down party.
LER 3016 Bob Pegg, Carole Pegg  He came from the mountains [Performers: Bob Pegg: vocals, melodeon, whistles, guitar; Carole Pegg: vocals, fiddle; Mike Lavelle: cello, flute; Nick Strutt: guitar, mandoline; Barry Lyons: bass guitar; Pete Wagstaff: drums; John Myatt: flutes; Andrew Massey: cello; Alan Eden: drums; Roger Knowles: guitar] [Trailer: red label] (1971) [Recorded by Nic Kinsey at Livingstone Studios. Produced by Bill Leader. Cover painting by John Hodkinson. Back of sleeve by Clancy Pegg. Sleeve co-ordinator, Ed Berry.]
Rise up Jock; Scorpion departs but never returns [Ochs]; Lord of the dance [Carter]; He came from the mountains; Love song number 2; Jimmy's letters; Angeline; Susan's song.
LER 2017 Dave Arthur, Toni Arthur  Hearken to the witches rune [Performers: Kevin Burke: fiddle; Packie Byrne: tin whistle; Nic Jones: fiddle.] [Trailer: yellow label] (1971) [Recorded by Bill Leader and Nic Kinsey. Produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve photographs by Bill Leader. Sleeve co-ordinator, Ed Berry]
Alison Gross; Tam Lin; Fairy tale [KB]; Fairy child [PB]; Broomfield Hill [NJ]; Standing stones; Cruel mother; Alice Brand.
LER 3018 Rosemary Hardman: Bob Axford  Second season came [Trailer: red label] (1971) [Recorded and produced by Seamus Ewens. String arrangements by Janet Kerr and Terry Tucker. Sleeve photographs by Bill Leader. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Lady for today; Will Taylor; Andrew; For Midge and the rest; Strangely moved; Oto's rag; There had to be some changes made; Mosaic; Lord Huntley; This man; Butterfly; Out on the bridge.
LER 2019 Various artists Folk Trailer: introduced by Jim Lloyd [Trailer: red label] (1970) [Produced by Bill Leader and Jim Lloyd. Recorded by Bill Leader except Seamus Ewens: Strangely moved; Nic Kinsey: Love song No. 2; and Sean Davis: Bright morning star]zzz
Rout of the Blues [Robin Dransfield, Barry Dransfield - LER 2011]; Bellringing [Tony Rose - LER 2013]; Lazlo Feher [Dave Arthur, Toni Arthur - single LED 2112]; Jack broke the prison door [Aly Bain, Mike Whellans - LER 2022]; Donald Blue [Aly Bain, Mike Whellans - LER 2022]; Wha'll dance wi' Willie Wattie [Aly Bain, Mike Whellans - LER 2022]; Strangely moved [Rosemary Hardman, Bob Axford LER 3018]; Love song number 2 [Bob Pegg, Carole Pegg - LER 3016]; Wild colonial boy [Martyn Wyndham-Read - LER 2009]; Bonny at morn [Ray Fisher, Colin Ross - LER 2038]; Cam ye o'er frae France [Archie Fisher - LER 3002]; Reynard the fox [Nic Jones - LER 2014] Drops of brandy [High Level Ranters - LER 2007]; Foxhunter's jig [High Level Ranters - LER 2007]; Rocky road to Dublin [High Level Ranters - LER 2007]; Bright morning star [Young Tradition - previously unreleased onn Trailer / Leader. Released on Peter Bellamy: Wake the vaulted echoes Free Reed FRTCD 14, 1999].
LER 2020 High Level Ranters  Keep your feet still Geordie hinnie [High Level Ranters Orchestra: Alistair Anderson, Clem Avery, Colin Beal, Foster Charlton, Albert Gelson, Tom Gilfllon, Johnny Handle, Ronald McLean, Colin Ross, Tom Waugh] [Trailer: red label] (1970) [Recorded at Balmbaras Music Hall and produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Nic Kinsey. Sleeve photography by Bill Leader. Sleeve co-ordinator, Ed Berry.]
Keep your feet still Geordie hinny; Pawnshop bleezin; Lambton worm; Come Geordie, ha'd the bairn; Geordie Black; Adam Buckham; Cushie Butterfield; Neighbours doon belaa; Nannie's a maizor; Weshin day; Last neet; Blaydon Races.
LER 3021 Roy Bailey  Roy Bailey [Performers: Martin Carthy: dulcimer, guitar; John Kirkpatrick: accordion, concertina, Jew's harp; Peter Knight: fiddle, mandolin; Leon Rosselson: guitar] [Trailer: red label] (1971) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Nic Kensey, Livingston Studios. Sleeve by Janet Kerr]
Three butchers; Bitter withy; Dust to dust; Thornaby Woods; How should I your true love know?; Fair maid walking; Poverty knock; Clerk Saunders; No sir no; Dalesman's litany; Palaces of gold.
LER 2022 Aly Bain: Mike Whellans  Aly Bain - Mike Whellans [Trailer: red label] (1971) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios. Sleeve photography by Bill Leader. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Jack broke the door; Donald Blue; Wha'll dance wi' Wattie; Jimmy Clay; Maple sugar; Whistlin' through the pines; Buckin' mule; Sweet Georgia Brown; Lucky can du link ony; Da Foostra; Aandowin' at the bow; Fiddler's Green; Willie MacIntosh; Cooley's reel; Neil Gow's lament for his second wife; Steppin' out.
LER 2023 Derek Elliott: Dorothy Elliott  Derek and Dorothy Elliott [Trailer: red label; yellow label] (1972) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Nic Kinsey, Livington Studios. Disc mastered by John Wadley, EMI Studios. Sleeve photography and design by Janet Kerr.]
May dew; Jack the sailor; Tally ho the hounds; Wassail song; Bring us a barrel; Adieu to judges and juries; John Barleycorn; Maria Marten; He that will not merry, merry be; Cornstalk; Robber bridegroom; Lady Maisry.
LER 2024 Tony Rose  Under the greenwood tree [Performers: Dolly Collins: flute organ; Jenny Hampshire: chorus vocal; John Kirkpatrick: button accordion; Peter Knight: fiddle; Bill Leader: Morris bells; Tony Rose: recorder, concertina, guitar, vocals; Pete Shutler: bowed psaltery, drum] [Trailer: yellow label] (1971) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Pruduction master by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios. Disc mastered by John Wadley, EMI Studios. Sleeve designed by Janet Kerr]
Jockie to the fair; Bridgewater Fair; Just as the tide was flowing; Lark in the morning; Searching for lambs; Basket of eggs; John Blunt; True lovers; Grand conversation on Napoleon; Sheath and knife; Limbo; Trees they do grow high.
LER 2025 Pisces  Pisces [Pisces: Richard Digance: six and twelve string guitars; Tim Greenwood: bass, six and twelve string guitars; John O'Connor: six string guitar, bass guitar. Also Alan Eden: Percussion] [Trailer: red label] (1971) [Recorded and production mastering by Nic Kensey. Produced by Seumas Ewens. Sleeve by Janet Kerr.]
Bright new morning; Ballad of Benjamin Bratt; After the night; Jack O'Legs; If I sing you a song; Midsummer symphony; Sam the one eyed snail; Poker Joe.
LER 2026 Robin Dransfield: Barry Dransfield  Lord of all I behold [Trailer: red label] (1971) [Recording and production master by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios. Produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve designed by Janet Kerr.]
Faithful Johnny; Bold Nelson's favourite; Who liveth so merry; Adam and the beasts; Lord of all I behold; Paddy Ryan's dream; Still he sings; Bold William Taylor; Just as the tide was flowing; Wild rover.
LER 2027 Nic Jones  Nic Jones [Trailer: red label] (1971) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve designed by Janet Kerr.]
Lass of London city; Napoleon's lamentation; Bonny bunch of roses; Edward; Outlandish knight; William and Nancy's parting; Lord Bateman; Dance to your daddy; Two brothers; Banks of green willow.
LER 2028 Martyn Wyndham-Read  Martyn Wyndham-Read [Trailer: red label; yellow label]. (1971) [Recorded and produced by Seamus Ewens. Photographs by Ian Mason Hill. Sleeve designed by Janet Kerr.]
Green bushes; Gentle Annie; Banks of Claudy; Jamie Raeburn; Johnny Sands; Maid from Buncloudy; Ryebuck shearer; Garten mother's lullaby; Overlander; Wee one; Lost sailor; Oh for me grog.
LER 2029 Dave Burland  Dalesman's litany [Trailer: yellow label] (1971) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Back of sleeve photograph by D Spedding. Sleeve designed by Janet Kerr.]
Here's the tender coming; Black cook; Lord Lovel; Blacksmith; Dalesman's litany; Beggar; William Taylor; Brisk young widow; Bleacher lassie o' Kelvinhaugh; Rosie Anderson.
LER 2030 High Level Ranters  High Level [High Level Ranters: Alistair Anderson, Tom Gilfllon, Johnny Handle, Colin Ross] [Trailer: red label, yellow label] (1971) [Recorded by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios. Produced by Bill Leader. Disc mastered by John Wadley, EMI. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Felton Lonnin; Till the tide comes in; Stay a wee bit bonnie lad; Plains of Waterloo; Hens march; Broken legged chicken; Black cock of Whickham; Trepanner song; Jolly beggar; Papa Stour slip jig; Monday morning [Tawney]; Through the fields reel; Tarbolton Lodge reel; I drew my ship; Hartigan's fancy jig; Tobin's favourite jig; High Level Bridge hornpipe.
LER 3031 Keith Roberts  Pier of the realm [Performers: Barry Halpin: whistle, banjo; Barrie Parkinson: mandolin] [Trailer: red label] (1972) [Recorded in Lancashire and produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios. Back sleeve photograph by courtesy of the Wigan Observer. Front sleeve photograph by Mike Harding. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Blackpool blues; Cage; Pit yard accident; Cobbled streets; Eawt on t' rooks; Maypole disaster; White leg miner; Gooin' off ter Aundi schoo'; Mighty River Douglas; World out of coal; Lament for Albert; Goo an' cleyn thi clogs; Closing of the doss house; Last days of steam.
LER 2032 Swan Arcade  Swan Arcade [Swan Arcade: Dave Brady, Heather Brady, Jim Boyes] [Trailer: yellow label] (1973) [Recorded at Haworth, Yorkshire and Leader Sound Studios, London by Bill Leader. Produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve photograph by Denis Flatt. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Bright shining morning; Anti-Gallician Privateer; Battle of Sowerby Bridge; Admiral Benbow; Roll, Alabama, roll; Last Valentine's Day; Lord Willoughby; Hunt is up; Peat bog soldiers; All the good times.
LER 2033 John Kirkpatrick  Jump at the sun [Performers: Sue Harris: descant recorder, oboe, vocal; Tony Rose: treble recorder, concertina, vocal] [Trailer: red label] (1972) [Recorded by Seamus Ewens, Nic Kinsey and Bill Leader. Produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios. Sleeve photographs by Janet Kerr. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Devil among the tailors; Roving journeyman; Jolly ploughboys; Alle Psallite; Rambling comber; Arrangement of Morris tunes including: [Morris call, I'll go and enlist for a sailor, Cuckoo's nest [three versions], Old woman tossed up in a blanket, Rose, Black joke, Maid of the mill [two versions], Bonny green garters]; Widow of Westmorland's daughter; Princess Royal; Mattheson, Johann: Gigue No. 4; Once I loved a maiden fair; Hole in the wall; Dust to dust; Puddlegum's misery hornpipe; Accordianism jig; Jump at the sun jig.
LER 3034 Roger Nicholson  Nonesuch for dulcimer [with Robert Johnson] [Trailer: red label; yellow label] (1972) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Production master by D A Pickett, EMI. Master disc cut by John Wadley, EMI. Photographs by Tony Barrett. Sleeve design and art work by Peter Wisbey.]
Nonesuch; Medieval garden; In good King Arthur's day; Rakes of Mallow; Bach, Johann Sebastian: Suite for cello No. 6 - gavotte in D; Newlyn Town; Howie's tune; God rest ye merry, gentlemen; Bonny lass o Fyvvio; MacPherson's rant; O'er the river Charlie; Fugue for dulcimer; Laily worm and the mackerel of the sea; Spring season: requiem for Richard Farina; Appalachian two step; Sheep stealer; Shady grove variations.
LER 3035 Moore, Christy  Prosperous
LER 3036 Tim Lyons   Green Linnet   [Trailer: red label] (1972) [Recorded and produced by Dave Bland. Production master by Seamus Ewens, Leader Sound. Photographs by Bill Leader. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
You rambling boys of pleasure; Lake of Coolfin; Skillet pot; Green fields of Canada; Green linnet; Limerick rake; Van Dieman's Land, Stick to the crater; An Bunan Buide (Yellow Bittern); An Droimin Don Dilis (Sweet brown cow).
LER 2037 High Level Ranters  Mile to ride: music and song from Northuberland and the borders [High Level Ranters: Alistair Anderson, Tom Gilfllon, Johnny Handle, Colin Ross] [Trailer: red label; yellow label] (1972) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Photographs by Alistair and Liz Anderson. Sleeve design by Colin Ross.]
Nae gud luck jig; Charlie Hunter jig; Cold and raw; Beeswing hornpipe; Archie Menzies reel; Border widow's lament; Mile to ride slip jig; Jockey lay up in the hayloft slip jig; Shoemaker; Shepherd's life; A U me hinny bird; Newcastle hornpipe; Gateshead hornpipe; Long Lankin; Gillan the drover; Niel Gow's wife; Dark island; Laird of Drumblair strathspey; Angus Campbell reel.
LER 2038 Ray Fisher  Bonnie birdy [Performers: Alistair Anderson; Bobby Campbell; Martin Carthy; Tim Hart; Ashley Hutchings; Peter Knight; Colin Ross; Liz Sobell; Stefan Sobell] [Trailer: yellow label] (1972) [Recorded by Bill Leader and Seamus Ewens. Produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Johnny Sangster; Mill o' Tifty's Annie; Bonny at morn; Forfar sodger; Pride of Glencoe; Silkie of Sul Skerry; Shipyard apprentice; Bonny birdy.
LER 2039 Mike Harding  Lancashire lad [Performers: Mike Harding: banjo, mandolin, guitar and tenor concertina; Bernard Wrigley: piano, bass concertina, tenor concertina] [Trailer: red label; yellow label] (1972) [Recorded live at the Ring of Bells, Middleton; Manchester Sports Guild; Wood Street Social Club, Middleton; Crumpsall Cocoa Temperence Rooms; Old Bluebell, Warrington. Produced by Bill Leader. Photography by Dick Gaughan. Sleeve design by Humphrey Weightman.]
German clockwinder; Walls of Jericho; Lancashire lads; Three ha'pence a foot; Hand weaver and the factory maid; Keyhole in the door; Number eighty one bus; Cock and the ass; Sodom and Gomorrah; July wakes; Hattersley lament.
LEA 4040 Grey Craig: New North Carolina Ramblers: Islay, Tex North Carolina Boys  .  [Grey gatefold with integral 8 page booklet] [Leader: dark blue label; orange label; turquoise label] (1972) [Recorded and produced by Janet Kerr. Production master by Seamus Ewens, Leader Sound. Cover photograph by Mrs Olive Dame Campbell. Album designed by Janet Kerr.]
Run boy, run!; Redwing; Shanty Town; Dark Town Strutters' Ball; Letter edged in black; Fly around my pretty little miss; Polecat blues; Old Joe Clark; Walking in my sleep; Greenfields; Silver Bells; North Carolina Boys; Flop-eared mule; Fourteen days in Georgia; Precious memories; Will you be true?
LEA 4041 Charlie Wills   Charlie Wills [Grey gatefold with integral 16 page booklet] [Leader: dark blue label, silver text; orange label].  (1972) [Recorded by Bill Leader. Produced by Dave Bland and Bill Leader. Cover photograph by Bill Leader. Album designed by Janet Kerr.]
Derby ram; Barbara Allen; Banks of sweet Dundee; Germany clockmaker; Game of cards; Up to the rigs of London town; Corduroy; Brennan on the moor; Ruth Butcher; Household remedies; Our goodman; Go and leave me; Oak and the ash.
LEE 4042 George Dunn  George Dunn [Grey gatefold with integral 8 page booklet] [Leader: turquoise label] (1973) [Recorded 4th and 5th December, 1971 by Bill Leader, Produced by Roy Palmer and Dave Bland. Notes by Roy Palmer. Additional bibliographic and discographic information by Mike Yates and Bob Thompson. Cover photograph by Janet Kerr. Album designed by Janet Kerr.]
Oyster girl; Cold blows the wind; Edward; Miller's song; Nottingham poacher; Young sailor bold; Here we come a-wazlin'; Nelson's death; John Riley; Henry my son; Oh, it was my cruel parents; Gallant poachers; All fours.
LEA 2043 John Doonan Flute for the Feis [Leader: turquoise label, yellow label] (1972) [Recorded at Hebburn, County Durham by Bill Leader. Produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Nic Kinsey, Livington Studios. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Sean Maguire's reel; McMahon's reel; Hunt; Smash the windows jig; Off she goes jig; Bonaparte's retreat; Sport of the chase slip jig; Flowers of Antrim hornpipe; Quarrelsome piper hornpipe; An Coolin; Fermoy lassies reel; Sporting Paddy reel; Dawn reel; Ace and deuce of pipering; Saddle the pony slow jig; Shandon bells slow jig; Little heathy hill; King of the fairies; Eileen Aroon; Bonny Kate reel; Jenny's chickens reel.
LEA 2044 Coleman Country Traditional Society Music from the Coleman Country   [Coleman Country Traditional Society: Andrew Davey, Jim Donaghue, Seamus Donaghue, Bernie Finn, Fred Finn, Oliver Killoran, John Joe Mooney, John O'Gara, Peter Horan, Seamus Tansey, Tommy Toolan] [Leader: turquoise label] (1972) [Recorded 15th and 16th March, 1971 at Gurteen, County Sligo and produced by Reg Hall and Michael Plunkett. Production master by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios. Photographs by Janet Kerr. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
O'Rourke's reel; Wild Irishman reel; Laurel tree reel; Blackthorn stick reel; Willie Coleman's jig; Brendan Tone Rowe's jig No. 2; Musical priest reel; Trim the velvet reel; Cuckoo hornpipe; Boys at the lough reel; Devils of Dublin reel; Wise maid reel; Strike the gay harp jig; Lough Gowna jig; Lord Gordon's reel; Fox chase reel; Killavil jig; Lilting banshee jig; Kid on the mountain jig; Miss McLeod's reel; Michael Rilly's reel; Martin Wynne's reel No. 2; Anachuin; Morning dew reel; Woman of the house reel; Rakish Paddy reel.
LEE 4045 Lonnie Austin: Norman Woodlieff  Lonnie Austin and Norman Woodlieff [Grey gatefold with integral eight page booklet] [Leader: turquoise label] [Performers: Emery Higginbottom and Janet Kerr] (1972) [Recorded and produced by Janet Kerr. Production master by Bill Leader, Riverside Studios. Album designed by Janet Kerr.]
Heffinger's fox chase [LA]; Dan Carter waltz [LA]; Streets of Glory [NW]; Under the Double Eagle [LA, EH]; Mississippi Sawyer [LA]; Pickin' my way to Georgia [NW]; Golden slippers [LA]; Richmond [LA, JK]; Little brown jug [LA]; Flop eared mule [LA]; Flying clouds [LA, JK]; Silly Bill [LA]; He went in like a lion [NW]; Rustic dance [LA]; Sally Gooden [LA]; Forked deer [LA]; Rickett's hornpipe [LA, JK]
LEAB 404 Copper Family Song for Every Season - the singing tradition of the Copper Family of Rottingdean, Sussex  [Boxed set of 4 records with 16 page booklet]  (1971) [Thanks to: EFDSS; Lance Thirkell; Tony Wales and Frances Collison; Peter Bellamy; Sussex Archaeological Society - all for permissions; Leslie Shepherd for help with the bibliography; Mike Yates for help with the discography.] [Recording made at the home of Bob Copper, Peacehaven, Sussex by Bill Leader. Recording edited by Dave Bland. Produced by Dave Bland and Bill Leader. Discs mastered by John Wadley, EMI. Booklet designed by Janet Kerr and edited by Dave Bland. Front cover of box set designed by Mike Dempsey.]
    LEA 4046 - Tater Beer Night [Leader: orange label]
    Dame Durdon; By the green grove; Spencer the rover; Charming Molly; Sweep chimney sweep; Rose of Allandale; Pleasant month of May; When spring comes on; Spotted cow; Wop She 'ad it-io; Week before Easter; Brisk and lively lad.
    LEA 4047 - Black Ram [Leader: orange label]
    Sheep shearing song; Adieu sweet lovely Nancy; Claudy Banks; Sweet lemeney, Corduroy; Come all bold Britons; No John no; Shepherd's song; Thousands or more; Shepherd of the Downs; As I walked out.
    LEA 4048 - Hollerin' Pot [Leader: orange label]
    Seamen bold; When Adam was first created; Lawyer bold; Gentlemen of high renown; My love has gone; Battle of Alma; Warlike seamen; Brisk and bonny lad; Sportsmen arouse; Admiral Benbow; Wind across the moor; Oh good ale.
    LEA 4049 - Turn o' the Year  [Leader: orange label]
    Shepherds arise; Softly the night; Christmas song; Babes in the wood; Dying soldier; Brisk young ploughboy; Heigh ho sing ivy; Jolly good song; Two young brethren; Ploughshare; Come write me down.
LEA 4050 Various artists Unto Brigg Fair  [Grey gatefold with integral with 20 page booklet] [Leader: turquoise label].   (1972) [Recorded by Percy Grainger. Gramophone Company recordings made on 9th and 11th July, 1908. Other cylinders recorded in Brigg, Lincolshire, 25th May, 1908 and 27th May, 1908 . Produced by Bob Thompson, Bill Leader and Dave Bland. Disc transfers by Bill Leader and A F R Lawrence. Cylinder transfers by the Library of Congress. Special filtering and equalisation by Nic Kinsey, Livington Studios and D A Pickett, EMI Studios. Disc master cut by John Wadley, EMI Studios. Sleeve and booklet designed by Janet Kerr. Notes by Bob Thompson.]
Sprig o' thyme [Joseph Taylor]; Died for love [Joseph Taylor]; Brigg Fair [Joseph Taylor]; White hare [Joseph Taylor]; Lord Bateman [Joseph Taylor]; Rufford Park poachers [Joseph Taylor]; Gipsy's wedding day [Joseph Taylor]; Worcester City [Joseph Taylor]; Creeping Jane [Joseph Taylor]; Murder of Maria Martin [Joseph Taylor]; Sprig o' thyme [Joseph Taylor]; Bold William Taylor[Joseph Taylor]; Lord Bateman [Mr Thompson]; Green bushes [Joseph Leaning]; Sheffield apprentice [Joseph Leaning] Horkstow Grange [George Gouldthorpe] Landlord and tenant [Joseph Taylor]; Bold Nevison [Joseph Taylor]; Lord Melbourne [George Wray]; Bold Robin Hood [Dean Robinson]; T'owd yowe wi' one horn [Dean Robinson].
LED 2051 Various artists Irish Music from The Favourite   [Performers: Jimmy Power, fiddle; Tony Ledwith, accordeon; Tom Power, guitar; Paul Gross, piano; Reg Hall, piano] [Leader: turquoise label].   (1975) [Recorded 20 May, 1971, Sugawn Kitchen by Bill Leader and Seamus Ewens; 29 June, 1971 at Sugawn Kitchen by Bill Leader; 26 July, 1973 at Bob and Daisy Keightley's, Croydon by Bill Leader. Produced by Reg Hall and Bill Leader. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Statia Donnelly's jig; Mick Gorman's fancy jig; Last night's fun reel; Martin Wynne's reel; Princess Royal; Woman of the house reel; Morning dew reel; Willie Clancy's jig; Mag Long's jig; Donegal reel; Mooncoin reel; Sean Ryan's fancy hornpipe; Toss the feathers reel; Cooley's reel; Earl's chair reel; Lanigan's Ball jig; Gallagher's frolics jig; Paddy Malynn's reel; Green groves reel; Kitty's gone a-milking reel; Miss Thornton reel; Hornpipe selction; Tempest reel; Colonel Rodney reel; John Morrison reel; Bonny Ann reel; Miss Johnson reel; Kesh jig; Mistress reel; St Anne's reel; Copperplate reel; Kilmaley reel; Pigeon on the gate reel; Maid of Castlebar reel.
LED 2052 Various artists Shetland Fiddlers [Performers: Da Forty Fiddlers, accompanied by Marjorie Smith, piano; Cullivoe Traditional Players; Bobby Jamieson and Willie Barclay Henderson; Willie Barclay Henderson and JohnHenderson; Tom Anderson and Aly Bain] [Leader: turquoise label]  (1973) [Da Forty Fiddlers recorded by Bill Leader at Lerwick Town Hall, Shetland, 18th August, 1971; Cullivoe Traditional Players recorded by Bill Leader at Cullivoe, Yell, 19th August, 1971; Tom Anderson and Aly Bain recorded by Bill Leader at Lerwick, 17th August, 1971. Produced by Bill Leader. Photograph by Homer Sykes. Sleeve designed by Janet Kerr.]
Galley watch [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Kail and knockit corn [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Burn o' Weinadalittle [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Fashion o' da Delting lassies [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Oliver Jack [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Willafjord [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Shaalds o' Foula [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Garster's dream [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Brig [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Faeroe rum [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Aandowin' at da bow [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Forfeit o' da ship [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Come agen ye're welcome [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Black hat [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Faery reel [Cullinvoe Traditional Players]; De'il amang the tailors reel [Cullinvoe Traditional Players]; Spence's reel [Cullinvoe Traditional Players]; Lay de at dee [Cullinvoe Traditional Players]; Oot and in da harbour [Cullinvoe Traditional Players]; High road to Linton [Cullinvoe Traditional Players]; Yellow haired lassie [Bobby Jamieson, Willie Barclay Henderson]; Sleep soond ida mornin' [Bobby Jamieson, Willie Barclay Henderson]; Crab and da capstan [Willie Barclay Henderson, John Henderson]; Haad da thing ta Gibbie [Willie Barclay Henderson, John Henderson]; Wynadelba [Tom Anderson, Aly Bain]; Soldier's joy [Tom Anderson, Aly Bain]; Craw dang pussy [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Whattle o't [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Gordon's favourite [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Laird o' Gulberwick [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Auld hill grind [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Fram ipon him [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Jack broke da prison door [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Donal' Blue [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Sail 'er ower da raftrees [Da Forty Fiddlers]; De'il stick da minister [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Taste da green [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Harlock's reel [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Robertson's reel [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Hamefarers [Da Forty Fiddlers]; Sixareen [Da Forty Fiddlers].
LED 2053 Various artists Virgina Reel: fiddle and banjo tunes recorded in Galax, Virginia. [Leader: turquoise label] (1974) [Recorded and produced by Janet Kerr. Production master by Bill Leader, Leader Sound Studios. Photogrpahs and sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Kyle Creed, Bobby Patterson, Parley Grey, Roy Russell, Katie Goulding: Dance all night. Kyle Creed, Bobby Patterson: Roustabout. Kyle Creed, Bobby Patterson, Parley Grey, Roy Russell, Katie Goulding: Redwing. Kyle Creed, Bobby Patterson, Parley Grey, Roy Russell, Katie Goulding: Old country church. Kyle Creed, Bobby Patterson, Parley Grey, Roy Russell: John Hardy. Parley Gray, Bobby Patterson: Weeping Willow. Kyle Creed, Bobby Patterson, Parley Grey, Roy Russell, Katie Goulding: Pig in the pen. Kyle Creed, Bobby Patterson, Parley Grey, Roy Russell, Katie Goulding: Cacklin' hen; Kyle Creed, Bobby Patterson, Parley Grey, Roy Russell: Lost Indian. Parley Gray, Bobby Patterson, Roy Russell, Katie Goulding: Sunny side of the mountain. Parley Grey, Bobby Patterson: Sweet sunny South. Parley Grey, Bobby Patterson: Coleman Ridge backstep. Kyle Creed, Bobby Patterson, Parley Grey, Roy Russell: Soldier's joy. Kyle Creed, Bobby Patterson, Parley Grey, Roy Russell, Katie Goulding: I don't love nobody.
LEE 4054 Cecilia Costello  Cecilia Costello: recording from the sound archives of the BBC [grey gatefold with integral 8 page booklet] [Leader: turquoise label] (1975) [Recorded by Marie Slocombe and Pat Shuldam-Shaw for the BBC on 30th November, 1951 in Birmingham, and by Marie Slocombe on 16th January, 1954. Disc transfers by Willie Bionwick, BBC. Notes by Roy Palmer. Cover photograph by Bob Etheridge. Album design by Janet Kerr.]
Cruel mother; I wish, I wish; There was a squire in Edinboro' lived; Wexford murder; Handsome cabin boy; My Johnny; Frog and the mouse; Betsy of Ballantown Brae; Jew's garden; I am a maid that's deep in love; Wedding song; Shule agra; Lover's ghost.
LEA 4055 Various artists Old British ballads of Donegal and Derry - Traditional singers collected by Hugh Shields.  With booklet.  (1975)
John Ban: The Dark Eyed Gypsy; Little Sir Hugh.  Joe McCafferty: John Barbour (Willie o' Wynsbury).  Willy Duggan: Baile Leo (Two Sisters).  Susie Phaidi Oig: The Weary Gallows.  Mr X: Willy O.  John Flemming: The Hillman (Our Goodman).  Eddie Butcher: The Bride Stolen by Fairies (Tam Lin); The Widow's Daughter.  Alec Foster: Stock and Wall; The Creel.  Charlie Somers: Barbro Allen.  Mrs Tilly Quigley: The Dark-Eyed Gypsy.
LEE 4056 Holme Valley Beagles   Fine hunting day: songs of the Holme Valley Beagles [Grey gatefold with integral 12 page booklet] [Leader: orange label] (1975) [Recorded and produced by Dave Bland. Notes by Dave Bland. Album design by Janet Kerr.]
On a fine hunting morn; Castle Hill anthem; Old Snowball; Scent was good; Brown hare of Whitebrook; Gossip John; Hounds are out; Joe the carrier's lad; Some gentlemen take great delight; Doctor Mack; Holmfirth Anthem.
LEE 4057 Various artists   Far Canadian Fields: companion to the Penguin Book of Canadian Folk Songs.  [Grey gatefold with integral 8 page booklet] [Leader: turquoise label] (1975) [Recorded by Edith Fowke. Produced by Dave Bland. Notes by Edith Fowke. Album designed by Janet Kerr.]
Loss of the Ellen Munn [Mr and Mrs Albert Simms]; H'Emmer Jane [Clyde Gilmour]; When the shantyboy come down [Jim Docherty]; Lake of the Caogama [Lennox Gavan]; Young Spanish lass [Mr and Mrs Albert Simms]; Lonesome scenes of winter [John Leahy]; Jolly raftsman o [Mrs Arlington Fraser]; By the hush, me boys [O J Abbott]; Life in the prairie shack [Captain Charles Cates]; Young MacDonald [Mrs Arlington Fraser]; Willie drowned in Ero [Mrs Eva Bigrow]; Plains of Waterloo [O J Abbott]; Bonny bunch of roses o [O J Abbott]; Seven gypsies on yon hill [Robert J Campbell]; Weaver [O J Abbott]; Footboy [Emerson Woodcock].
058 Not issued
059 Not issued
LED 2060 John J Kimmel Early recordings of Irish traditional dance music   (1977)
Reels: Cuckoo's Nest / Mason's Apron; Jigs: Rakes of Kildare /Devlin's Favourite; Reels: Bonnie Kate / Swallow's Tail / Star of Munster; Medley of Clogs; Jigs: Haste to the Wedding/ Larry O'Gaff / Colairne; Irish Boy March; Jigs: Haley's Favorite; Hornpipes: Rights of Man / Liverpool / Sailor's; Reels: Floggan Reel / Cup of Tea; Jigs: Three Little Drummers / Connaughtman's Ramble / To the Ladies / Devlin's Favourite; Hornpipes: Bryant's Favourite / Birds in the Tree; Jigs: Contentment is Wealth / Untitled; Reels: Salmango / Off Key; Reels: Stack of Barley / Blackberry Blossoms / Green Fields of America; Jig: The Trip to the Cottage.
061 Not issued
LEE 4062 John Maguire Come day, Go day, God send Sunday [Grey gatefold with integral 8 page booklet] [Leader: turquoise label] (1973) [Recorded by Robin Morton in 1972. Produced by Robin Morton and Dave Bland. Production master by Bill Leader, Leader Sound Studios. Notes and cover photograph by Robin Morton. Bibliography and discography by John Moulden. Album design by Janet Kerr.]
Molly Bawn Lowry; Marrowbones; Bonny Irish boy; Thousands are sailing to Amerikay; Bonny wee lassie that never said no; My charming Mary; Constant farmer's son; Joe Higgins; Handsome collier lad; Dick Mooney's daughter; In praise of John Magee; Lovely Jane from Enniskea.
LED 2063 Walter Pardon Proper Sort   [Coloured gatefold with song lyrics] [Leader: yellow label]   (1975) [Recorded by Bill Leader, 12th July, 1975 in Walter Pardon's house, Knapton, Norfolk. Produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve notes by Peter Bellamy. Album designed by Janet Kerr.]
Poacher's fate; Let the wind blow high or low; Old Brown's daughter; Rambling blade; Van Dieman's land; Dark eyed sailor; Trees they do grow high; Ship to England came; Miller and his sons; British man-of-war; Jack Tar ashore.
064 Not issued
LEE 4065 Various artists   People's Carol: a Christmas singing tradition recorded in South Yorkshire pubs. [Grey gatefold with integral 8 page booklet] [Leader: orange label] (1975) [Recorded by Bill Leader and Dave Bland. Produced by Ian Russell and Bill Leader. Notes by Ian Russell. Album design by Janet Kerr.]
Hark, hark what news [Black Bull, Ecclesfield]; While shepherds (Liverpool) [Fountain, Ingbirchworth]; Jacob's Well [White Hart, Oughtibridge]; Christmas tree [Royal Hotel, Dungworth]; Arise, arise good Christians [Royal Hotel, Dungworth]; Hail! Smiling morn [Fountain, Ingbirchworth]; Star of Bethlehem [White Hart, Oughtibridge]; While shepherds (Foster) [Fountain, Oughtibridge]; Ring out ye bells [Black Bull, Ecclesfield]; Six jolly miners [Black Bull, Ecclesfield]; Merry Christmas [Royal Hotel, Dungworth].
066 Not issued
LED 2067 Copper Family Song For Every Season: the Copper Family of Rottingdean, Sussex   [Tracks from the 4LP set] [Leader: yellow label] (1971) [Recorded at the home of Bob Copper, Peacehaven, Sussex by Bill Leader. Produced by Dave Bland and Bill Leader. Sleeve painting by Mike Dempsey. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Pleasant month of May; Sheep shearing song; When Adam was first created; Adieu sweet lovely Nancy; Wop she 'ad it-io; Wind across the moor; Claudy banks; Shepherds arise; You gentlemen of high renown; My love has gone; Come write me down; Spencer the rover; Thousands or more.
LED 2068 Stephen Baldwin English Village Fiddler: Recorded by Peter Kennedy, 13 October 1952 for the BBC archives. [Leader: orange label] (1976) [Recorded by Russell Wortley, Upton Bishop, Herefordshire, 22 June, 1954. Production master by Bill Leader, Leader Sound. Sleeve notes compiled from information supplied by Russell Wortley, Rollo Woods, David Bland and Reg Hall. Sleeve photograph by George Felton. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Gloucester hornpipe [called Liverpool hornpipe on BBC recordings]; Greensleeves; Haste to the wedding; Flanagan's ball; Girl I left behind me; Irish washerwoman; Liverpool Hornpipe [not the tune generallyknown by this title. Called Swansea hornpipe on BBC recordings]; Napoleon's march; Cottage hornpipe [Fisher's hornpipe]; Untitled hornpipe [Liverpool hornpipe. See 1 [GH] and 7 [LH] above]; Off she goes; Pop goes the weasel; Coleford jig; Ted Smith's hornpipe; Untitled polka; Cock o' the north; Soldier's joy; College hornpipe [Not the tuine generally known by this title. Called Gipsy hornpipe and Gloucester hornpipe on BBC recordings]; Irish jig [Rory O'More]; Old fashioned waltz; Untitled schottische 1; Untitled schottische 2; Heel and toe polka; Varsoviana [Not the tune usually known by this title. The usual appears on thr BBC recordings]; Untitled hornpipe 2 [Morpth rant]; Cabbages and onions [Phillebelulah, Cumberland reel, King of the Cannibal Isle. Called Double dee doubt, Double lead out on the BBC recordings]; Pretty little dear [Triumph, Step and fetch her, Shave the donkey]; Just as the tide was flowing; Anywhere does for me [song].
LEA 2069 Beresford Band Yorkshire Dales Dance Night   [Beresford Band: Peter Beresford: electronic accordion; Mary Beresford: drums: John Wallbank: fiddle] [Leader: orange label] (1977) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Friendly waltz; Maxina; Eva three step; Waltz Marie; Military two step; Doris waltz; Royal empress tango; Breakaway blues; St Bernard's waltz.
LED 2070 Eddie Butcher Shamrock, Rose and Thistle [Coloured gatefold with song lyrics] [Leader: orange label] (1976) [Recorded on location and at Avondale Studios, Dublin. Produced by Dave Bland. Notes and transcriptions by Hugh Shields. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Mountain streams where the moorcock crows; Daysman; Man, woman and mouse; David's flowery vale; Tossing the hay; Conversation; Creel of peats; Killyclare; Fan; Don't come again; Farmer's daughter; Youghal harbour; Ship's carpenters wife; Another man's wedding.
LED 2071 Rakes   Rakes [Rakes: Paul Gross, Reg Hall, Michael Plunkett] [Leader: turquoise label] (1975) [Recorded on different dates and locations by Seamus Ewens, Reg H all and Steve Pennells and Bill Leader. Produced by Bill Leader. Front cover photograph by John Harrison. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Babes in the wood polka; All the way to Galway polka; Dashing white sergeant reel; Bottom of the punch bowl reel; Greensleeves schottische; Harry Cox's schottische; Carry me down to Carlow schottische; Geese in the bog jig; Butcher's march jig; Jimmy Garson's march; Lucy Farr's jig No. 1; Lucy Farr's jig No. 2; Carraroe jig; Mug of brown ale jig; Honeysuckle hornpipe; Pound Hill hornpipe; Bold Reynolds waltz; Gaelic waltz; Maggie Pickens schottische; Ma McNulty's schottische; Lucy Farr's polka No. 1; Lucy Farr's polka No. 2; Molly in the wood polka; Tralee Gaol polka; Maggie in the wood polka.
LER 2072 Dick Gaughan  No more forever [Trailer: red label, yellow label] (1972) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Rattlin', roarin' Willie; Friar's britches; MacCrimmon's lament; Mistress Jamieson's favourite; Jock o' Hazeldean; Cam' ye ower frae France: Bonnie banks o' Fordie; Thatchers o' Glenrae; Fair flower of Northumberland; Teetotaller; Tushker; Three healths; John MacLean march; Green linnet.
LER 2073 Al O'Donnell  Al O'Donnell [Trailer - Red label] (1972) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios. Sleeve photographs by Tommy Holton. Sleeve design by Al O'Donnell.]
Avondale; Streets of Derry; Lord Inchiquin; Larry; Maid on the mountain; Green linnet; Matt Hyland; Crooked Jack; Cuilin; Me tune; James Connelly; Ned of the hill.\cf2 \cf1
LER 2074 Alistair Anderson  Alistair Anderson plays English concertina [Trailer: yellow label] (1972) [Recorded and produced by Seamus Ewens. Bach polonaise recorded by Nic Kinsey. Production master by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios. Sleeve photograph by Liz Anderson. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Noble Squire Dacre; Dookin' for apples reel; Doon reel; New policeman reel; Music in the glen reel; Kid on the mountain slip jig; Bach, Johann Sebastian: Sonata No. 6 in E - Minuets 1 and 2, Bouree; Entertainer; Hill o' Finnigirt reel; Black hat reel; Madame Bonaparte; Bach, Johann Sebastian: Suite in B minor - polonaise; City of Savannah hornpipe; Poppy leaf hornpipe; Another jig will do slip jig; To Limerick we go slip jig; Hunt the hare slip jig; Dorrington lads jig; Hawk reel; Left handed sailor reel.
LER 2075 Rosemary Hardman  Firebird [Performers: Bob Axford: guitar and vocal; Howard Bond: vocal; Sue Draheim: fiddle; Barry Dransfield: electric fiddle; Robin Dransfield: vocal; Alan Eden: drums; Chris George: vocal; Terry Hiscock: vocal; Carole Pegg: vocal; Linda Peters: vocal; June Tabor: vocal; Chris Thompson: guitar; Roger Trevitt: electric bass; Martin Winsor: vocal; Clive Wolff: guitar, vocal] [Trailer: red label] (1972) [Recorded by Seamus Ewens and Bill Leader. Produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Bill Leader, Leader Sound Studios. Sleeve designed by Rosemary Harman and Janet Kerr.]
Firebird; I can find you anywhere [Clive's song]; Way it is; Mistress of my time; Who shall count for thee?; Song to the evening sky; Horses of the sea; King William's bequests; Fiddler man; Rondeau.
LES 2076 Watersons  Bright Phoebus [Coloured gatefold with song lyrics] [Performers: Martin Carthy, Bob Davenport, Clare Deniz, Dennis Field, Richard Gold, Gordon Graham, Tim Hart, Ashley Hutchings, Sue Kirkpatrick, Bill Leader, Dave Mattacks, Keith Nichols, Maddy Prior, Sammy Rimmington, Richard Thompson, Bernie Vickers] [Trailer: red label] (1972) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Production master by Nic Kinsey, Liingston Studios. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Rubber band; Scarecrow; Fine horseman; Winifer Odd; Danny Rose; Child among the weeds; Magical man; Never the same; To make you stay; Shady lady; Red wine and promises; Bright Phoebus.
LER 2077 Pete Coe, Chris Coe  Open the door and let us in [Trailer: red label] (1972) [Recorded and produced by Seamus Ewens. Cover illustration by John Crane. Sleeve photograph by Janet Kerr. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Acting song; Banks of the red roses; Cheshire May Day carol; Lady Diamond; False knight; Joseph Baker; Wizard of Alderley Edge; Wife of Usher's Well; Egloshayle Ringers; Plains of Waterloo; Hugh of Lincoln; Gay fusilier.
LER 2078 Vin Garbutt  Valley of Tees [Trailer: red label] (1972) [Recorded by Seamus Ewens and Bill Leader. Produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve designed by Janet Kerr.]
Danny Danielle; Johnny Hart; Glens of sweet Mayo; Gallagher's frolics jig; Sally garden's reel; High reel; Valley of Tees; Barney Brallaghan's courtship; Tim le Blanc; Pat O'Donnell; White hart; Garbutt's favourite; Streets of Staithes; Mr Gunman.
LER 2079 Tom Gilfellon  Loving mad Tom [Performers: Andy Seagroatt: mandolin] [Trailer: red label] (1972) [Recorded and produced by Seamus Ewens. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Mad Tom of Bedlam; Outlandish knight; American stranger; George Collins; Cruel mother; Dust song; Keech i' the creel; We had not been a-sailing; Garratt Barry's favourite; Frieze britches; Free and easy; Foggy, foggy dew; October song.
LER 2080 Taverners  Blowing sands [[Taverners: Alan Bell, Pete Rodger, Brian Osborne, Stuart Robinson] [Trailer: red label] (1973) [Recorded and produced by Seamus Ewens. Photograph by Peter T Blacow. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Lark in the morning; Ladies dance at Whitsun; Blowing sands; Young and single sailor; Rape of Glencoe; I'm looking for a job; Sir Thomas Tylesley; Windmills; La Pique; Sambo's song; Lord Middleton; Dark island.
LER 2081 Vin Garbutt  Young tin whistle pest [Trailer: red label: yellow label] (1975) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Multi-tracking by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Coolie's reel; My love's in Germany; Black horse; Black Lion maggot; Howard Green; Cuckoo hornpipe; Sean sa ceoigh; Slaggy Island farewell; Chemical worker's song; Dunphy's hornpipe; Rattigan's reel; Lover's ghost.
082 Not issued
LER 2083 Jon Raven: Noc Jones: Tony Rose  Songs of a changing world [with booklet] [Trailer: red label, yellow label] (1973) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Cover photograph by Bill Leader. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Rosemary; Wedgefield Wakes; Travelling people; Bad squire; Lancashire lads; Wife for sale; Poverty knock; Grinders; Hold the fort; Nailmaker's strike; Jolly Joe the collier's son; You won't get me down in your mine; Blantyre Explosion.
LER 2084 Marie Little  Marie Little [Performers: Dave Bland: concertina; Smiley Bowker: dobro; Barry Dransfield: fiddle; Doug Sherriff: melodeon; Dave Bland, concertina] [Trailer: red label] (1973) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Shearing; For free; Clayton Analine; Highwayman; Waiting for my pay day; Dark Island; Alice White; Enlisted collier; Cock-pecked wife; Cotton mills; Hello! Hans; John Anderson my Jo.
LER 2085 Muckram Wakes  Map of Derbyshire [Muckram Wakes: John Tams, Helen Watson, Roger Watson] [Trailer: yellow label] (1973) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Spencer the rover; Winster processional theme; Cruise of the Sun Glory; Cathy Shaw; Poor old horse; Watercress-o; Mrs Merry's Ball; Winster gallop polka; Cow i' th' gate; Squire of Tamworth; Fifty years ago; Gilliver; Bone lace weaver; Mallard; Dumper; Pulling down song.
LER 2086 Boys of the Lough  Boys of the Lough [Boys of the Lough: Aly Bain, Dick Gaughan, Cathal McConnell, Robin Morton] [Trailer: red label; turquoise label] (1973) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Painting on cover by Sandy Cheyne. Cover designed by Janet Kerr.]
Boys of the Lough reel; Slanty Gart reel; In praise of John Magee; Wedding march from Unst; Bride's a bonny thing march; Sleep soond i' da morning march; Farewell to whiskey; Old Joe's jig; Last night's joy reel; Granny in the corner reel; Old oak tree; Caoineadh Eoghain Rua lament; Nine points of roguery; Doherty's reel; Flowing tide hornpipe; Andrew Lammie; Sheebeg and Sheemore; Boy in the gap; McMahon's reel; Jackson and Jane; Shaalds o' Foulla; Garster's dream; Brig.
LETSAM 2087 Various artists Our Folk Music Heritage [Trailer: yellow label] (1975) [Marketed and distributed by Transatlantic Records]
Three butchers [Roy Bailey: LER 3021]]; Docherty's reel [High Level Ranters: LER 2086]; Flowing tide [High Level Ranters: LER 2086]; Ower the water [Barbara Dickson: LER 3002]; Dorrington lads [Alistair Anderson: LER 2074]; Fiddler's Green [Aly Bain, Mike Whellans: LER 2022]; Skillet pot [Tim Lyons: LER 3036]; Shoemaker [High Level Ranters: LER 2037]; Rattling, roaring Willie [Dick Gaughan: LER 2072]; Friar's britches [Dick Gaughan: LER 2072]; Little Musgrave [Nic Jones: LER 2014]; Johnny Armstrong [Colin Ross: LER 2007]; Derwentwater's farewell [Colin Ross: LER 2007]; Ned of the hill [Colin Ross: LER 2007]; Valley of Tees [Vin Garbutt: LER 2078]; Bony birdie [Ray Fisher: LER 2038].
LER 2088 Bob Davenport: Rakes: Boldon Banjos Pal of My Cradle Days   [Rakes: Michael Plunkett, Paul Gross, Reg Hall; Boldon Banjos: Tom Ford, Norman Reid, Albert Glenwright, Bob Kane] [Trailer: yellow label] (1974) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve designed by Janet Kerr.]
Moving day; Twelve stone two; Around the world; Alexander's ragtime band; Durham clockmaker; Delilah; Road and the miles to Dundee; Robert E Lee; California here I come; Wheel the perambulator; Do you want your old lobby washed down?; If you knew Susie; Yes sir, that's my baby; How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm; William Brown; He's only an old village postman; I don't work for a living; Dream; Kentucky waltz; Pal of my cradle days.
LER 2089 Peter Bellamy  Tell it like it was [Trailer: red label] (1975) [Recorded by Jake Commander, Nest Studios, Birmingham. Produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve photograph by Janet Kerr. Sleeve designed by Peter Bellamy.]
Rambling Robin; All in a day; Parson's peaches; Ballad of Judas; Farewell to the land; Nostradamus; On board a '98; Ward the pirate; Courting too slow; Burning; Bold privateer; Fiddler's hill; Goodbye.
LER 2090 Boys of the Lough Second album   [Boys of the Lough: Aly Bain, Cathal McConnell, Robin Morton, Dave Richardson] [Trailer: yellow label] (1974) [Tracks A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, B3 and B4 recorded by Henry Miller and Walter Koehli, Aquarious Sound, New York. All others recorded by Bill Leader at Pan Audio, Edinburgh. Sleeve drawing by Alison Kinnaird. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Lerwick lasses reel [A1]; Scalloway lasses reel [A1]; Underhill reel [A1]; Galley watch reel [A1]; An goirtin eornan (Little stack of barley) [A2]; Sally Munroe [A3]; Patsy Campbell reel [A4]; Gravel walk reel [A5]; Lough Erne; Gold ring jig; Halting march; Lovely Nancy; Merrily kiss the Quaker's wife slide [B3]; Padraic O'Keefe's slide [B3]; Yow cam ta wir door yarmin' [B4]; Christmas Day ida mornin' [B4]; Lass with the bonny brown hair; Lowrie Tarrell reel; Mason's apron reel.
LER 2091 Nic Jones  Noah's ark trap [Performers: Dave Burland: vocals on Indian lass; Chris Coe: bodhran on Miles Weatherhill; Bill Leader: triangle on Jackie Tar; Helen Watson: harmonium on Indian lass] [Trailer: yellow label] (1977) [Recorded by John Gill and Bill Leader at Leader Sound. Produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Wanton seed; Jackie Tar; Ten thousand miles; Golden glove; Indian lass; Miles Weatherhill; Isle of France; Crockery ware; Annachie Gordon.
LER 2092 Martyn Wyndham-Read  Maypoles to mistletoe [with Geoff and Pennie Harris and Arky's Toast] [Trailer: yellow label] (1975) [Thanks to Mr and Mrs Hyatt for letting us record this album at their splendid home.] [Recorded by Bill Leader. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Wait's carol [All]; Candlemas Eve [MW-R G and PH]; April song [AT]; Birds in the spring [MW-R]; Jack in the green [G and PH]; Furry Day carol [All]; Whitsun dance [GH]; Moon to the sun [AT]; Oats and beans [MW-R G and PH]; Arky's toast [AT]; Hare hunting [G and PH]; Jolly fellows who follow the plough [MW-R]; Pescod time [MW-R, G and PH]; Guy Fawkes [AT]; York Waites [G and PH]; Seven joys of Mary [MW-R, G and PH]; Rose of Sharon [All].
LER 2093 Muckram Wakes  Muckram Wakes [Muckram Wakes: John Adams, Suzie Adams; Helen Watson, Roger Watson] [Trailer: yellow label] (1976) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader at Leader Sound. Photograph by Chris Coe. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Muckram Wakes; Duchess of Hamilton's rant; Bitter withy; William Taylor; T'owd brahn 'en; Two sisters; Black boy jig; Farmer's arms; Winster Wakes; Derby ram; Twenty pins; Cromford Mills; Stockinger; Meynell Pack; Peg of Derby; Hugh Stenson the deserter; Owd Joe Biggin.
LER 2094 Roger Nicholson: Jake Walton: Andrew Cronshaw  Times and traditions for dulcimer [Trailer: yellow label] (1976) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader, Leader SOund. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Mistress Winter's jumpe; Dowland's midnight; Mrs Whyte's nothyng; Rolling of the stones; Planxty Power; O'Carolan's concerto; Follow the plough; Mr Sharp's fancy; Gypsy's wedding; Haste to the wedding; Almaine; Bogie's bonny Bell; Devil among the tailors; Donal Og; Si Bheag, Si Mor; Song of wandering Aengus; Nonesuch [revisited].
LER 2095 Cyril Tawney Down Among the Barley Straw - seduction songs from the Baring-Gould manuscripts   [Leader: yellow label] (1976) [Recorded by Tony Taverner, Marquee Studios, 8 July, 1971. Produced by Fred Woods. Sleeve photograph by Janet Kerr. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Down among the barley straw; Young Rambleaway; Ragged beggarman; Squire and the fair maid; Hostess's daughter; A-nutting we will go; Blackbird in the bush; Strawberry fair; Cottage on the hill; Bold dragoon; Bold trooper; Miraculous hen; Barley rakings.
LER 2096 Tommy Dempsey: John Swift  Green grow the laurel [Trailer: yellow label; white label, handwritten tracks] (1976) [Recorded by Tony Taverner. Produced by Fred Woods. Sleeve photographs by Mick Bramich. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Little beggarman; Walking in the dew; Dumb, dumb, dumb; Recruiting sergeant; Enniskillen Dragoon; Cunla dear; She moved through the fair; Green grow the laurel; Follow me down to Carlow; Blackwaterside; As I roved out; Paddy and the whale; Tri-coloured ribbon; Limerick rake.
LER 2097 Bill Caddick  Sunny memories [Trailer: yellow label] (1977) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader at Leader Sound and on location. Sleeve designed by Janet Kerr.]
Sunny memories; Father's little black box; Military man; P-tarmigan and groaty Dick; Gibson girl; Sitting all alone; Cinderella; Tango Bleriot; Diabolo rag; All the King's ladies; Writing of Tipperary; It's a long way to Tipperary.
LER 2098 Pete Coe, Chris Coe  Out of season out of rhyme [Performers: John Adams: trombone; Dave Burland: bass guitar; Mel Dean: anglo concertina; Lyn Dobson, alto sax, flute, chorus; John Gill: fiddle, chorus; Janet Kerr, banjo; Bill Leader: triangle, razor blades, help, advice; Helen Leader: teapot; Riley Lucas: bones; Tony Rose: chorus; Terry Tucker: piano, chorus] [Trailer: yellow label] (1976) [Recorded by John Gill and Bill Leader at Leader Sound. Produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve photographs by Janet Kerr. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
King's song; Young Benjie; Gilsland hornpipe; Linhope lope; Farewell to the brine; Bold Reynard waltz; Cunning old traitor; Bishop of Chester's jig; Two sisters; P and O polka; Proud Lady Margaret; When this old hat was new; Welcome cold November.
LER 2099 Martin Simpson  Golden Vanity [Performers: Al Schmidt: harmonicas; Peter Thompson: bass guitar] [Trailer: yellow label] (1976) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader, Leader Sound. Sleeve designed by Al Schmidt and Janet Kerr.]
Beaulampkin; Snowdrop; Bitter withy; Cindy; Golden Vanity; Soldier's joy; Pretty Polly; Love minus zero / no limit; George Campbell; Gotta little home to go to; Louisiana, 1927.
LER 2100 Cilla Fisher: Artie Trezise Balcanquhal [Performers: Allan Barty: fiddle and mandola; Pete Shepheard: melodeon] [Trailer: yellow label] (1976) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader and John Gill, Leader Sound. Photographs by John Trezise. Sleeve designed by Janet Kerr.]
Hash o' Benagoak; Leaboy's lassie; Wheel of fortune; Miller o' Dron; Nancy Bell; Jock Stewart; Love and freedom [Mary Brooksbank]; Magdalene Green; Spinner's wedding [Mary Brooksbank]; Rares Hill; Aikey Brae.
LER 2101 Tony Rose  On banks of green willow [Perfomers: Dave Burland: bass guitar; Peter Coe: melodeon; Chris Coe: bodhran - on Fourteenth of July] [Trailer: yellow label] (1976) [Recorded by Bill Leader and John Gill, Leader Sound. Produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve designed by Janet Kerr.]
Twas on one April morning; Bold Archer; Fanny Blair; Polly Vaughan; Murdered servantman; Poor man's sorrows; Banks of green willow; Lord Rendal; Bonny hind; Sir William Gower; Fourteenth of July.
LER 2102 Vin Garbutt  King Gooden [Trailer: yellow label] (1976) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve designed by Janet Kerr.]
Road to Youghal; Paddy row back; Pretty Meggy Morrissey; Green mossy banks of the Lea; O'Dwyer's hornpipe; Parkin Raine; King Gooden; Bantry girl's lament; Ballad of Cissy Lee; Hermit of Eskdaleside; Unknown reel; Imelda Rowland's reel; Doon reel; We may and might never meet here again.
LER 2103 Dick Gaughan  Kist o' gold [Trailer: yellow label] (1977) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Earl of Errol; Granemore hare; Rigs o' Rye; Gipsy laddies; Lord Randal; Maggie Lauder; Cathaoir an Iarla; Banks of green willow; 51st Highland Division's farewell to Sicily; City of Savannah; Ril gan ainm; Raglan Road; Johnny miner; Balld of accounting.
LER 2104 Andrew Cronshaw  Earthed In Cloud Valley [Performers: Martin Simpson, Holly Tannen, Rick Kemp] [Trailer: yellow label] (1977) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve front by John Griffin.]
Murdo MacKenzie of Torridon; Eleanor Plunkett; Prince William; Fanny Power; Stor a stor a ghra; Bellringing; Elsie Marley; Go from my window; Green mossy banks of the Lea; Christmas day in the morning; Glen Cottage; Dhu Hill; Midnight on the water; Pandeirada de Entrimo; Somewhere to stay; Cutty wren.
LER 2105 Various artists Fylde Acoustic [Trailer: yellow label] (1977) [Recorded by Bill Leader, Leader Sound except B3 recorded at Upminster, Essex, B5 recorded at Sound Associates, London and B6 recorded at Fairview Music Studio, Hull. Produced by Roger Bucknall. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Toye [John James]; Corranto [John James]; For Wendy - a nice buzz [Pete Berryman]; Mr Hitler, Mr Lanigan, Mr Tobin, sandancers extroidinaire [Mike Harding]; Ned of the hill [Sam Bracken]; Green fields of America [Martin Simpson]; Ninth of January [Martin SImpson]; Heights of Alma [Nic Jones, Chris Coe, Pete Coe; Sweeney's polka [Martin Carthy]; Georgie [Chris Foster]; Bainish Sineidin [B3][Vin Garbutt]; Black Jock [Archie Fisher, Lucy Cowan]; Mr Southcote's pavan [B5] [John Renbourn, Gordon Giltrap]; Mr Southcote's galliard [B5] [John Renbourn, Gordon Giltrap]; English music [B6] [Michael Chapman].\b \b0
LER 2106 Jean Redpath  There were minstrels [Trailer: yellow label] (1977) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader, Leader Sound. Sleeve design by Janet Kerr.]
Dumbarton's drums; Rattlin' roarin' Willie; My love she's but a lassie yet; Robin Shure in Hairst; West Virginia mine disaster; Gilderoy; Sheath and knife; Yellow Yorlin; Rob Roy; No, sir; Clerk Colven; Caroline of Edinburgh town; Davie and Jeannie.
107 Not issued
LER 2108 Peter Bond  Its all right for some [Trailer: yellow label] (1977) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Sleeve designby Janet Kerr.]
Baron and the busker; Africa '65; Category D; Some you win, some you lose; Letter from Sunderland; Birthday cake city; Ne coals off; Lark across the vapour trail; Let it be me on your mind; It's all right for some; Joe Peel; Joker.
109 Not issued
110 Not issued
LED 2111 Walter Pardon Our Side of the Baulk  [Coloured gatefold with song lyrics] [Leader: orange label] (1977) [Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Album designed by Janet Kerr. Thanks to Peter Bellamy for making the project possible. Special thanks to Hubert and Lucy Dixon of Knapton, Norfolk, for their generous hospitality during our visits to their village.]
Pretty ploughboy; Up to the rigs; I'll beat the drum again; Down by the dark arches; Grace Darling; Generals all; I'll hang my harp on a willow tree; Wreck of the Ramillies; Jones' ale; Old miser; Balaclava.
LED 2112 Toni Arthur Lazlo Feher / Bushes and briars  [7" single - Side A - also issued on Folk Trailer LER - 2019; Side B - possibly previously unreleased]
Lazlo Feher; Bushes and briars.
LREP1 2113 Andrew Cronshaw Cloud Valley  [7" EP] [Performers: Martin Simpson, Holly Tannen, Rick Kemp] [Trailer: yellow label] (1977) [Four tracks from the LP Earthed in Cloud Valley LER 2104]
Murdo MacKenzie of Torridon; Glen Cottage; Cutty wren; Elsie Marley.


LOUGH 001CD Welcoming Paddy Home   Boys of the Lough   (1994)
Jig, Highland, Reels: When Sick is it Tea you Want? / Donegal Highland / Johnny McIljohns No 1 / Johnny McIljohns No 2.  The Irish Washerwoman / Haste to the Wedding.  Reels: Cape Breton Wedding Reel No 1 / Cape Breton Wedding Reel No 2 / Cape Breton Wedding Reel No 3; The Antrim Rose / Miss McGuiness / Brereton's.  March, Jig: The Teelin March / Father O'Flynn.  Song: Welcoming Paddy Home; The Rose of Ardee.  Air: Miss Rowan Davies.  Hornpipes: Eugene Station / The Constitution / President Garfield's; Alexander's / The Green Cockade.  Waltz, March: The Tombigee Waltz / The Ennis March.
LOUGH 005CD The Fair Hills of Ireland   Boys of the Lough   (1992)
The Bonnie Labouring Boy; Mickey Doherty's Highland / The Banks of the Allan / Maurice O'Keefe's Polka; Ban Chnoic Erin O; The Wandering Minstrel / Fasten the Leg in Her / Coleman's Cross; Ook Pick Waltz; The Midsummer's Night / The Tinker's Daughter / Over the Moor to Maggie; Father Brian MacDermott Roe; The Boys of the Lough / Lucky in Love / Sleep Sound in the Morning / The Pinch of Snuff; Erin Gra Mo Chroi; The Ross Memorial Hospital; The Lancers / Petronella / Ger The Rigger; The Wind that Shakes the Barley; The Hunt.
LOUGH 006CD The Day Dawn   Boys of the Lough   (1994)
Da Cold Nights o' Winter / Da Blue Yow / Da Spirit o' Whisky; That Night In Bethlehem; A Midwinter Waltz; The Greenland Man's Tune / Da Forfit o' Da Ship / Green Grow Da Rushes; The Christ Child's Lullaby; Wren Polka No. 1 / Wren Polka No. 2 / The Wren Chase / The Wren's Escape; The Wexford Carol; Da Fields o' Foula / Garster's Dream / Da Brig; Da Trowie Burn; The Hare's Lament; Da Day Dawn / The Papa Stour Sword Dance / The Cross Reel; Sankt Staffan han Rider / Christmas day in the Morning / Trettondagsmarschen; The Dying Year.
LOUGH 007CD The West of Ireland   Boys of the Lough   (1999)
The West of Ireland, Stella's Trip to Kamloops / Farewell to the Dean / Tich's Reel / Fred's Tune, The Steamboat / The Sheffield Hornpipe, The Maid with the Bonny Brown Hair, The Green Linnet / John Ward's jig / Mama's Pet, Sharon Eubanks' Waltz, My Bonnie Blue-Eyed Lassie / The Boys of Twenty-Five / The Strokestown, The Rocks of Bawn, Small Coals and Little Money / The Lisheen Reel, Beauty Deas an Oileain, The Old Torn Petticoat / The Humours of Ballinahinch / The Longford Reel, Dark is the Colour, Glin Cottage Polka No 1 / Glin Cottage Polka No 2 / Julia's Polka.


MMC CD 51 The Wind among the Reeds   Tommy Keane and Jacqueline McCarthy   with Alex Finn   (1995)
Reels: The Repeal of the Union / My Sweetheart Jane; Old Cuffe Street / Eileen Curran; Swinging on a Gate / The Corner House; Mike Rafferty's / The Snow on the Hills; Tory Island / Peggy on the Settle; The Swallow's Tail / The Copperplate; The West Cork Reel / Paddy Fahy's.  Jigs: The Maid at the Well / The Gallowglass / Anthoby Frawley's; The Black Rogue / I Will if I Can; John Henry's / Fasten the Leg in Her; The Cúil Aodha Jig / Tatter Jack Walsh; Banish Misfortune / When the Cock Crows, it is Day; The Rollicking Boys around Tandragee / An Buachaill Dreoite / Pull the Knife and Stick it Again.  Hornpipe: The Ebb Tide;   Air:An Caisdeach Bán;   Slip Jigs: The Promenade / The Rocky Road to Dublin.
MMC CD52 Sporting Nell   Tommy McCarthy   (1997)   Review
Reels: Molly Brannigan / Sporting Nell; The New Policeman / The Ravelled Hank of Yarn; Martin Wynne's No 1 / Paddy Taylor's; The Limestone Rock / The Road to Lisdoonvarna; Jenny Picking Cockles / The Floating Crowbar; The Pigeon on the Gate; The First Month of Summer / The Blackberry Blossom; The Mountain Top / The Flower of the Flock.  Slip Jigs: Na Ceannabháin Bhána / Will You Come Down to Limerick.  Jigs: The Maid in the Meadow / Sweet Biddy Daly; Scatter the Stud / Mulqueeny's; The Leg of the Duck / Ard an Bhóthair; Cherish the Ladies.  Air: The Dear Irish Boy; Anach Chuain.  Planxty Browne.  Fling: John Rockets Favourite.  Hornpipes: Chief O'Neill's Favourite / Byrne's.
MMC CD53 The Hidden Note   Jacqueline McCarthy   (1999)   Review
The Old Torn Petticoat / Farewell to Milltown; Mrs Ellen O'Dwyer's Fancy; The Connacht Heifers / Gilbert Claney's; The Blackbird; Cheer Up Old Hag / Walsh's Favourite / The Yellow Wattle; Thomas Burke; Gerdy Commane's / The Heather Breeze; Poll Halpenny / An tSean Bhean Bhocht; The Trip We Took Over the Mountains; Hardiman the Fiddler / The Humours of Derrykissane; The Ravelled Hank of Yarn / Trim the Velvet; The Old Bush / Nellie Donovan; Paddy Taylor's No 1 / Paddy Taylor's No 2; Sporting Paddy / The Beauty Spot; John Dwyer's An Bóithrín Cam; Kitty's Gone a' Milking / Sarah Hobb's.


JM CD 001 Josephine Marsh  Josephine Marsh   (1995)
Reels: The Durrow / The Cocktail; John Naughton's / Camden Town; Lad O'Brien's / Phyllis' Birthday; Raitin Island / Michael Joe Kennedy's.  O'Carolan Piece: O'Carolan's Receipt.  Jigs: Cape Breton / The Dancing Master; Bold Doherty / Northern Jig; Carolan's Fancy / East of Glendart; Wallop the Cat from under the Table / Onions and Bunions / The Split Second.  Hornpipes: Tony Dalton's / Tay in a Bucket; Bainis / Michael Joe Kennedy's.  Slow Air: The Shepherd.  Polkas: Paddy's Polkas.  Waltz: Matthew's.

Mercier recordings

IRL 1 Songs and Music of Cork and Kerry  James N Healy
IRL 3 Ballads from the Pubs of Ireland  James N Healy, Denis McCarthy and Fergus Cahill
IRL 9 An Ghaoth Aniar - The West Wind  Na Fili
IRL 10 Irish Jubilee  Robin Morton & Cathal McConnell
IRL 11 Folksongs sung in Ulster vol 1  Various
IRL 12 Folksongs sung in Ulster vol 2  Various

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