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TRIP TO HARROGATE with Bob Diehl fiddle, Phil Bartlett fiddlem English concertina, mandolin and harmonium, Gerry Murphy on English concertina and small pipes and whistles, Dave Hillery English concertina and vocalsm Dave Howes whistle, melodeon and vocals, Steve Turner banjo and mandolin and Bob Morton guitar. Original release on LP 1977. This CD released 1999. [MORE]
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This collection of songs has been compiled using the same criteria as its predecessor, Voices. The songs have to be English, traditional and unaccompanied. This time with the added dimension that they ahve to be sung in harmony. 25 tracks [MORE]
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Linda Adams, Frankie Armstrong, Peter Bellamy Dave Swarbrick, Martin Carthy, Cockersdale, Buz Collins, John Conolly Pete Sumner, Terry Docherty, Bobby Eaglesham, Grace Notes, Sara Grey Ellie Ellis, 422, Bob Fox Benny Graham, Gerry Hallom Roy Harris, Simon Haworth, Jolly Jack, Hughie Jones, Nic Jones, Rick Kemp, Nancy Kerr James Fagan, Sandra Kerr, John Kirkpatrick , Jez Lowe, Lucky Bags, Mad Pudding, ... [MORE]
FRANKIE ARMSTRONG was born in Cumbernauld but brought up in the south. She is one of the most admired singers of the folk song revival and can sing to pull down the stars. The first 13 tracks on this CD come from her first LP, compiled and remastered in 2000. [MORE]
JOHN CONOLLY guitar, melodeon, vocals
PETE SUMNER cittern, mandolines, guitar, banjo, piano
Maggie Boyle flute, whistle, badhran, backing vocals
Keith Kirkpatrick concertina, backing vocals
Paul Bellamy fiddle, backing vocals
Susan and Linda Adams backing vocals [MORE]
GORDEANNA MCCULLOCH sings traditional ballads and songs from Scotland. Erland Voy, fiddle and concertina, Callum Allan fiddle, Jimmy Anderson Scottish lowland pipes, Ronnie Alexander guitar. [MORE]
THE BORDER COUNTRY DANCE BAND featuring Geoff Purvis on fiddle with Alan Coulsdon accordian, Robin Wilson drums and Terry Docherty guitar [MORE]
It could be argued that The Kingston Trio, even more than Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger and Rambling Jack Elliott, paved the way for the whole massive folk music movement of the early 'Sixties which brought major international stardom to Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and the rest. Nearly half a century since 'Tom Dooley' rocketed to the top of the charts, the Kingston Trio is still out on the road for 30 weeks of the year, bringing back all the old memories and ... [MORE]