> Folk Music > Records > The High Level Ranters: Northumberland For Ever

The High Level Ranters: Northumberland For Ever

The High Level Ranters: Northumberland For Ever (Topic 12T186)

Northumberland For Ever
Dance and Song from the North-East
The High Level Ranters

Topic Records 12T186 (mono LP, UK, 1968)
Topic Records 12TS186 (stereo LP, UK, 197x)

The High Level Ranters: Northumberland For Ever (Topic 12TS186)
The High Level Ranters: Northumberland Forever (Topic TSCD483)

Northumberland Forever
Traditional Dance and Song from the North East
The High Level Ranters

Topic Records TSCD483 (CD, UK, 1997)

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Recorded by Bill Leader in Newcastle, 1968;
Notes by Tom Gilfellon and A.L. Lloyd;
Cover design by Ken Lees;
Front cover photograph by Barnaby Picture Library;
Back cover photograph by John Harrison

Musicians

Tom Gilfellon, vocals [7, 10, 14], guitar;
Forster Charlton, fiddle, Northumbrian pipes;
Colin Ross, fiddle, whistle, Northumbrian pipes, jew's harp;
Johnny Handle, vocals [2, 4, 16], accordion, guitar, piano;
Alistair Anderson, English concertina

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Shew’s the Way to Wallington / The Peacock Followed the Hen (2.22)
  2. The Sandgate Girl’s Lament (Roud 3170) / Elsie Marley (2.46)
  3. Bellingham Boat / Lambskinnet (2.12)
  4. Adam Buckham (1.19)
  5. Maggy’s Foot (1.47)
  6. The Lads of North Tyne / Redesdale Hornpipe (3.34)
  7. The Hexhamshire Lass (Roud 3182) (2.43)
  8. The Breakdown / The Blanchland Races (2.15)
  1. The Lads of Alnwick / Lamshaw’s Fancy (2.40)
  2. Byker Hill (Roud 3488) (1.20)
  3. Whinham’s Reel / Nancy (2.20)
  4. Because He Was a Bonny Lad / Salmon Tails up the Water / Sweet Hesleyside (2.36)
  5. Dance to Your Daddy (1.40)
  6. Billy Boy (Roud 326) (2.28)
  7. Nae Guid Luck About the House (2.37)
  8. Mi' Laddie Sits Ower Late Up (1.20)
  9. The Keel Row / Kafoozalum / The Washing Day (3.04)

> Folk Music > Records > The High Level Ranters: The Lads of Northumbria

The High Level Ranters: The Lads of Northumbria

The High Level Ranters: The Lads of Northumbria (Trailer LER 2007)

The Lads of Northumbria
The High Level Ranters

Trailer Records LER 2007 (LP, UK, 1969)

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Recorded and produced by Bill Leader in Newcastle;
Front photograph by Bill Leader;
Back woodcut of Mr Kinloch's Ball by Thomas Bewich

Musicians

Tom Gilfellon, vocals [5, 12], guitar;
Colin Ross, fiddle, flute, [4], Northumbrian pipes [9];
Johnny Handle, vocals [3, 10], guitar [4], acordion;
Alistair Anderson, English concertina, concertina solo [2]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Drops of Brandy / The Foxhunter's Jig / The Rocky Road to Dublin
  2. The Spey in Spate
  3. The College Valley
  4. Sir John Fenwick's the Flower Among Them A'
  5. Byby Lie Easy
  6. Dingle Regatta / Father Kelly's Jig
  1. The Wedding of Blyth / Andrew Carr
  2. The Golden Eagle / The Sunshine
  3. Johnny Armstrong / Derwentwater's Farewell / Ned of the Hill
  4. Buy Broom Besoms (Roud 1623)
  5. The Underhill / Da Scallowa' Lassies / De'il Stick the Minister
  6. Hares on the Mountain (Roud 329)
  7. The Trumpet Hornpipe / Cadom Wood

All tracks trad. except
Track 3 Johnny Handle

> Folk Music > Records > The High Level Ranters: Keep Your Feet Still Geordie Hinnie

The High Level Ranters: Keep Your Feet Still Geordie Hinnie

The High Level Ranters: Keep Your Feet Still Geordie Hinnie (Trailer LER 2020)

Keep Your Feet Still Geordie Hinnie
The Very Best of Tyneside Songs
The High Level Ranters

Trailer Records LER 2020 (LP, UK, 1970)

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Recorded at Balmbaras Music Hall and produced by Bill Leader;
Production master by Nic Kinsey,
Front photograph by Bill Leader;
Sleeve design Ed Berry

Musicians

Johnny Handle, Tom Gilfellon, vocals

accompanied by The High Level Ranters Orchestra:
Colin Ross, Foster Charlton, fiddles;
Alistair Anderson, English concertina;
Colin Beal, clarinet, saxophone;
Clem Avery, trumpet;
Ronald McLean, trombone;
Albert Gelson, percussion;
Tom Waugh, bass;
Johnny Handle, piano

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Keep Your Feet Still
  2. The Pawnshop Bleezin'
  3. The Lambton Worm
  4. Come Geordie Ha'd the Bairn
  5. Geordie Black
  6. Adam Buckham
  1. Cushie Butterfield
  2. The Neighbours Doon Belaa
  3. Nannie's a Maizor
  4. The Weshin' Day
  5. Last Neet
  6. The Blaydon Races

Tracks 1, 4 Joe Wilson;
Track 2 J.P. Robson;
Track 3 C.M. Leumaine;
Track 5 Rowlan Harrison;
Tracks 6, 11 trad.;
Tracks 7, 12 George Ridley;
Track 8 James Weams;
Track 9 Thomas Armstrong;
Track 10 Thomas Wilson

> Folk Music > Records > The High Level Ranters: High Level

The High Level Ranters: High Level

The High Level Ranters: High Level (Trailer LER 2030)

High Level
The High Level Ranters

Trailer Records LER 2030 (LP, UK, 1971)

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Recorded by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios;
Produced by Bill Leader;
Sleeve design by Janet Kerr

Musicians

Tom Gilfellon, vocals, guitar;
Johnny Handle, vocals, accordion, Northumbrian pipes, banjo;
Alistair Anderson, English concertina;
Colin Ross, fiddle, flute, Northumbrian pipes

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Felton Lonnin (Roud 3166)
  2. Till the Tide Comes In (Roud 8726) / Stay a Wee Bit Bonnie Lad (Roud 8756)
  3. The Plains of Waterloo (Roud 960; Laws N32)
  4. The Hens March / The Broken Legged Chicken / The Black Cock of Whickham
  5. Trepanner Song
  6. The Jolly Beggar (Roud 118; Child 279)
  1. Papa Stour
  2. On a Monday Morning
  3. Through the Fields / Tarbolton Lodge reels
  4. I Drew My Ship (Roud 402; Laws M4)
  5. Hartigan's Fancy / Tobin's Favourite
  6. The High Level Bridge Hornpipe

All tracks trad. arr. High Level Ranters except
Track 5 Johnny Handle;
Track 8 Cyril Tawney;
Track 12 James Hill arr. High Level Ranters

> Folk Music > Records > The High Level Ranters: A Mile to Ride

The High Level Ranters: A Mile to Ride

The High Level Ranters: A Mile to Ride (Trailer LER 2037)

A Mile to Ride
The High Level Ranters

Trailer Records LER 2037 (LP, UK, 1973)

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Recorded and produced by Bill Leader;
Sleeve design by Colin Ross;
Photographs by Alistair and Liz Anderson;
Front cover: The top road to Elsdon;
Back cover: The gibbet at Elsdon

Musicians

Alistair Anderson, English concertina;
Tom Gilfellon, vocals, guitar;
Johnny Handle, vocals, accordion, piano, guitar;
Colin Ross, Northumbrian small pipes, fiddle, tin whistle

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Nae Gud Luck / Charlie Hunter jigs (2.15)
  2. Cold and Raw (Roud 3007) (2.33)
  3. The Beeswing hornpipe / Archie Menzies reel (5.00)
  4. The Border Widow's Lament (Roud 199; Child 106) (5.29)
  5. A Mile to Ride / Jockey Lay up in the Hayloft slip jigs (3.08)
  6. Shoemaker (2.54)
  1. The Shepherd's Life (Roud 5124) (4.30)
  2. A U Me Hinny Bird (Roud 235) (3.22)
  3. Newcastle / Gateshead hornpipes (2.58)
  4. Long Lankin (Roud 6; Child 93) (3.22)
  5. Gillan the Drover / Niel Gow's Wife slow airs (2.33)
  6. The Dark Island slow air / The Laird of Drumblair strathspey / Angus Campbell reel (4.07)

> Folk Music > Records > Johnny Handle: The Collier Lad

Johnny Handle: The Collier Lad

Johnny Handle: The Collier Lad (Topic 2-12TS270)

The Collier Lad
Johnny Handle

Topic Records 12TS270 (LP, UK, 1975)
Topic Records TSDL270 (digtal download, UK, February 2013)

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Recorded by Tony Engle in Newcastle in April 1975;
Produced by Tony Engle;
Notes by Johnny Handle;
Sleeve design by Tony Engle;
Photographs by Tom Gilfellon

Musicians

Johnny Handle, vocals, guitar, accordion, piano;
Alistair Anderson, English concertina [1, 7, 14], chorus vocals [11];
Tommy Gilfellon, guitar [1, 7, 14];
Colin Ross, fiddle [1, 7, 14]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Collier Lad
  2. Dust
  3. The Durham Big Meetin' Day
  4. The Old Man of the Village
  5. The New Spotlight
  6. Farewell to the Monty
  7. Stottin' Doon the Waal
  1. The Day We Went to the Coast
  2. Schooldays
  3. Is There Owt Secure?
  4. The Old Pubs
  5. Decorating
  6. The Fearless Mariner
  7. Danny's

All tracks written by Johnny Handle in 1958-74

> Folk Music > Records > The Bonnie Pit Laddie

The Bonnie Pit Laddie

The High Level Ranters with Harry Boardman and Dick Gaughan: The Bonnie Pit Laddie (Topic 2-12TS271/2)

The Bonnie Pit Laddie
A Miner's Life in Music and Song
The High Level Ranters with Harry Boardman and Dick Gaughan

Topic Records 2-12TS271/2 (2 LP, UK, 1975)
Topic Records TSCD486 (CD, UK, 1997)

The High Level Ranters with Harry Boardman and Dick Gaughan: The Bonnie Pit Laddie (Topic TSCD486)
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Recorded by Tony Engle in Newcastle in April 1975;
Produced by Tony Engle and the High Level Ranters

Musicians

The High Level Ranters:
Alistair Anderson, English concertina [1, 5-8, 13-17, 19, 24-25], chorus [1, 9, 11];
Johnny Handle, vocals [2, 6-8, 10, 16, 20, 23, 25], chorus [1, 9, 11, 13], melodeon [1, 4], guitar [10, 20, 23], accordion [13-14, 16, 19];
Tom Gilfellon, vocals [1, 3-4, 9, 11-12, 14-15, 17, 19, 21], chorus [13], guitar [14, 25];
Colin Ross, fiddle [1, 13-14, 17, 19], whistle [4, 7-8, 11, 16, 23], jew's harp [6], mouth organ [10, 25], Northumbrian small pipes [15, 17, 24]

with
Harry Boardman, vocals [13, 18], Anglo concertina [18];
Dick Gaughan, vocals [5, 22]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. [TG] The Hewer (2.50)
  2. [JH] Doon the Waggon Way (Roud 3480) (1.23)
  3. [TG] A Miner's Life (Roud 3501) (3.41)
  4. [TG] I Wish Pay Friday Wad Come (3.22)
  5. [DG] The Auchengeich Disaster (2.16)
  6. [JH] The Collier's Rant (Roud 1366) (2.24)
  7. [JH] Farewell to the Monty (1.58)
  1. [JH] The Putter (2.53)
  2. [TG] Little Chance (3.02)
  3. [JH] My Gaffer's Bait (2.22)
  4. [TG] The Coal Owner and the Pitman's Wife (3.28)
  5. [TG] The Blackleg Miners (Roud 3193) (1.19)
  6. [HB] The Miners' Lockout (3.03)
  7. [TG] The South Medomsley Strike (3.34)
Side 3Side 4
  1. [TG] The Durham Lockout (6.21)
  2. [JH] Aa'm Glad the Strike's Done (3.05)
  3. [TG] The Collier's Pay Week (poem with instrumental selection): Cut and Dry Dolly / Success to the Coal Trade / My Lad Is O'er Bonny for the Coal Trade (5.44)
  4. [HB] I'll Have a Collier (2.00)
  5. Instrumental selection: I'll Make Her Fain to Follow Me / The Joyful Days are Coming / Get Her Bro (4.00; not on CD)
  1. [JH] The Stoneman's Song (1.25)
  2. [TG] The Hartley Calamity (4.38)
  3. [DG] Bonny Woodha' (Roud 3778) (3.25)
  4. [JH] The Banks of the Dee (Roud 3484) (4.55)
  5. The Bonnie Pit Laddie (Roud 3478) (4.13)
  6. [JH] The Bonnie Pit Laddie (Roud 3478) (1.52)

All tracks trad. arr. High Level Ranters except
Tracks 1, 8 Barras;
Track 3 Ed Pickford;
Track 6 Hamilton;
Tracks 7, 10, 20 Johnny Handle;
Track 11 Hornsby;
Track 14 Tommy Armstrong;
Track 17 Jack Robson

> Folk Music > Records > The High Level Ranters: Ranting Lads

The High Level Ranters: Ranting Lads

The High Level Ranters: Ranting Lads (Topic 12TS297)

Ranting Lads
The High Level Ranters

Topic Records 12TS297 (LP, UK, 1976)
Topic Records TSDL297 (digital download, UK, February 2010)

The High Level Ranters: Dance to Your Daddy (Topic STOP7003)

Dance to Your Daddy / The Lass Doon on the Quay
The High Level Ranters

Topic STOP7003 (single, UK, 1976)

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Recorded in Stanley and Newcastle, December 1975 and March-April 1976;
Recorded and produced by Tony Engle;
Notes by The High Level Ranters;
Sleeve design by Tony Engle;
Front sleeve: reproduction of W.B. Scott, “Wallington—Industry on the Tyne”,by courtesy of The National Trust

Musicians

Tom Gilfellon, vocals [3, 6, 9, 11], chorus [4, 8]; cittern [1, 7-8], guitar [2, 5, 8, 10, 12];
Colin Ross, fiddle [1, 3, 5-6, 8-9, 12], Hardanger fiddle [2], Northumbrian pipes [1, 6-7, 9-10], gew-gaw [2], whistle [11], chorus [4, 8];
Johnny Handle, vocals [2, 4, 8], chorus [3, 9, 11]; accordion [1-2, 5-6, 8-9, 10, 12], piano [3, 11], Northumbrian pipes [7];
Alistair Anderson, English concertina [1-2, 5-12], chorus [4]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Fairly Shot of Her / A Wife of My Own (3.14)
  2. [JH] Dance to Yer Daddy (Roud 2439) (4.00)
  3. [TG] The Lass Doon on the Quay (2.16)
  4. [JH] The Kielder Hunt (Roud 5126) (5.26)
  5. Alston Flower Show / Jane of Biddlestone hornpipes (2.58)
  6. [TG] Fortune Turns the Wheel (Roud 3798) (4.14)
  1. Fenwick o' Bywell (2.42)
  2. [JH] Elsie Marley (Roud 3065) / Hoop Her and Gird Her (2.54)
  3. [TG] Captain Bover (Roud 3147) / Here's the Tender Comin' (Roud 3174) / Success to the Fleet (3.30)
  4. Proudlock's Hornpipe / The Hesleyside Reel (2.47)
  5. [TG] Stanley Market (Roud 3490) (3.23)
  6. The Marquis of Waterfoed / Bottle Bank / The Hawk hornpipes (3.31)

All tracks trad. arr. High Level Ranters except
Track 4 William Armstrong / trad.;
Track 5b Bily Pigg;
Track 11 Tommy Armstrong;
Track 12c Hill

Tracks 7 and 10 were included in 1996 on the compilation CD The Northumbrian Small Pipes;
Tracks 2-4, 8 and 11 were included in 1998 on the compilation CD Along the Coaly Tyne (which also reused the LP's cover picture).

> Martyn Wyndham-Read > Records > English Sporting Ballads

English Sporting Ballads

The High Level Ranters, Martyn Wyndham-Read: English Sporting Ballads (Broadside BRO 128)

English Sporting Ballads
The High Level Ranters, Martyn Wyndham-Read

Broadside Records BRO 128 (LP, UK, 1977)

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Musicians

The High Level Ranters [1-2, 5, 8-9, 11]:
Alistair Anderson, English concertina,
Tom Gilfellon, vocals [1, 9, 11], guitar,
Johnny Handle, vocals [2, 5, 8], accordion,
Colin Ross, Northumbrian small-pipes, fiddle, whistle, mouth organ, jew's harp;
Martyn Wyndham-Read, vocals, guitar [3-4, 6-7, 10, 12]
with Nic Jones, fiddle, guitar, mouth organ, dulcimer

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. [HLR] Eccles Wakes (2.06)
  2. [HLR] Bonny Beeswing (4.02)
  3. [MW-R] The Ballad of Trubshaw and Green (2.32)
  4. [MW-R] The Great Foot Race (4.16)
  5. [HLR] Newcastle Wakes (2.57)
  6. [MW-R] The Charcoal Black and the Bonny Grey (Roud 211) (3.06)
  1. [MW-R] Sayers' and Heenan's Great Fight (Roud 2148; Laws H20) (3.07)
  2. [HLR] The Boat Race (2.06)
  3. [HLR] The White Hare of Howden (Roud 1110) (2.32)
  4. [MW-R] The Noble Fox Hunting (Dido Bendigo) (Roud 584) (3.15)
  5. [HLR] Alnwick Football Song (4.55)
  6. [MW-R] The Bullard's Song (2.26)

> Folk Music > Records > The High Level Ranters: Four in a Bar

The High Level Ranters: Four in a Bar

The High Level Ranters: Four in a Bar (Topic 12TS388)

Four in a Bar
The High Level Ranters

Topic Records 12TS388 (LP, UK, 1979)
Topic Records TSDL388 (digital download, UK, March 2010)

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Recorded by Mickey Sweeney at Impulse Studios in July 1978;
Production and design by Tony Engle;
Photography by Terry Harvey;
Notes by Colin Ross

Musicians

Colin Ross, fiddle [1-3, 6-7, 9, 11-12], pipes [1, 4, 9];
Alistair Anderson, concertina [1, 3, 6-9, 11-12], pipes [4];
Johnny Handle, accordion [1, 3, 6-7, 9-10], piano [2, 4, 8, 11], 4-string guitar [5, 12];
Tom Gilfellon, guitar [1, 3-7, 9-11], cittern [12]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Whinham’s Jig / Billy’s Jig jigs (3.18)
  2. Chips and Shavings / Jack’s Alive / Dear Tobacco reels (2.03)
  3. Town Green Polka / Jenny Bell Polka polkas (4.03)
  4. The Biddlestone Hornpipe hornpipe / The Last of the Twins reel (2.58)
  5. The Ruby / The Quarrelsome Piper hornpipes (2.33)
  6. Rowly Burn / Coates's Hornpipe hornpipes (3.51)
  1. La Russe / The Whinshield’s Hornpipe / Jane’s Fancy / Da Road to Houll rants (4.45)
  2. Blinkin’ Tibbie hornpipe / The Pear Tree reel (2.50)
  3. Swalwell Lasses / South Shields Lasses hornpipes (3.42)
  4. Moonshine Polka polka (1.34)
  5. The Quayside hornpipe / Miss Ward’s Reel reel (3.05)
  6. The Butterclout / Such a Wife As Willie Had / Willy Is a Bonny Lad four-bar reels (3.07)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1a Robert Whinham;
Tracks 4a, 6b Billy Pigg;
Track 6a Forster Charlton;
Track 10 Johnny Handle

> Folk Music > Records > The New High Level Ranters

The New High Level Ranters

The New High Level Ranters: The New High Level Ranters (Topic 12TS425)

The New High Level Ranters
The High Level Ranters

Topic Records 12TS425 (LP, UK, 1982)

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Recorded by Keith Nichol at Impulse Studios, Newcastle;
Produced by Tony Engle;
Design by Tony Engle

Musicians

Colin Ross, fiddle [1-4, 6-12];
Johnny Handle, vocals [2, 5], accordion [1-5, 8-12], piano [6-7];
Jim Hall, Northumbrian small pipes [1-4, 6-12];
Peter Wood, vocals [4, 6, 8, 11], concertina [1, 7, 9, 12], guitar [3]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Fisherman's Friend / Black and Grey (2.43)
  2. Ca' Hawkie (2.06)
  3. The Old Drove Road / Kennedy North (2.40)
  4. Jim Jones (Roud 5478) (4.15)
  5. The Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade (4.01)
  6. John Peel (Roud 1239) (4.58)
  1. Durham Regatta / Little Jenny (3.39)
  2. The Snows They Melt the Soonest (Roud 3154) (3.32)
  3. Yellow Haired Laddie / The Glen Coe March (4.42)
  4. New Song of the Coal (2.26)
  5. Skipper's Wedding (Roud 2620) (5.00)
  6. Duke of Fife / Maggie Lauder (3.10)

All tracks trad. arr. except
Tracks 3a, 7b Billy Pigg;
Track 3b Tom Clough;
Tracks 5, 10 Johnny Handle;
Track 9 D. MacDonald;
Track 12a James Scott Skinner

> Folk Music > Records > The High Level Ranters: Border Spirit

The High Level Ranters: Border Spirit

The High Level Ranters: Border Spirit (Topic 12TS434)

Border Spirit
The High Level Ranters

Topic Records 12TS434 (LP, UK, 1983)

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Recorded and produced by Tony Engle at Ideal Sound Recorders, London;
Photography by Ken Henderson;
Design by Tony Engle

Musicians

Colin Ross, fiddle, whistle;
Johnny Handle, vocals, accordion, piano;
Jim Hall, Northumbrian small pipes

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Billy's Jig / Kielder Fells (2.13)
  2. Gan te the Kye (3.22)
  3. Border Spirit (3.35)
  4. Felton Lonnin (Roud 3166) (4.15)
  5. Wallington Hall / Billy's Reel (4.20)
  6. Foxhunters / Bilsmoor (2.53)
  1. King's Hall / John of Carrick (3.03)
  2. The Bellingham Show (4.58)
  3. Collisfield House / Thom's March (4.46)
  4. The Canny Shepherd Laddies (5.02)
  5. The Surprise (2.16)

All tracks by Northumbrian piper Billy Pigg except
Tracks 2, 4 trad. arr. High Level Ranters;
Tracks 8, 10 Johnny Handle;
Track 9a Nathaniel Gow

Tracks 1, 7, 9, 11 were included in 1996 on the compilation CD The Northumbrian Small Pipes

> Folk Music > Records > The High Level Ranters: Gateshead Revisited

The High Level Ranters: Gateshead Revisited

Gateshead Revisited
The High Level Ranters

Common Ground Records CGR/CGRCD 005 (LP/CD, UK, 1987)

> Folk Music > Records > The High Level Ranters

Other records with The High Level Ranters or their members

Louis Killen, Johnny Handle, Colin Ross, The Colliers' Rant, EP, TOP74, 1962

Louis Killen, Colin Ross, Johnny Handle, Northumbrian Garland, EP, TOP75, 1962

Johnny Handle, Stottin' Doon the Waall, EP, TOP78, 1962

Louis Killen, Tom Gilfellon, Johnny Handle, Maureen Craik, Colin Ross, Tommy Armstrong of Tyneside, LP, 12T122, 1965

Louis Killen, Johnny Handle, Colin Ross, Along the Coaly Tyne, LP, 12T189, 1968

Various Artists, The Folk Trailer, LP, Trailer LER 2019, 1970

Various, Rosin the Bow: An Introduction to the World of Fiddle Music, LP, Transatlantic XTRA 1171, 1971

Alistair Anderson, Alistair Anderson Plays English Concertina, LP, Trailer LER 2074, 1972

Tom Gilfellon, Loving Mad Tom, LP, Trailer LER 2079, 1972

Various Artists, English Garland, Topic Sampler No 8, LP, TPSS221, 1972

Various Artists, Welcome to Caffe Lena, LP, Biograph BLP-12046, 1972

Various Artists, Our Folk Music Heritage, LP, Trailer LETSAM 2087, 1974

Alistair Anderson, Concertina Workshop, LP, Topic 12TFRS501, 1975

Alistair Anderson, Anthony and Carole Robb, Colin Ross, Jim Hall, Cut and Dry Dolly: Northumberland Small Pipes, LP, Topic 12TS278, 1976

Tom Gilfellon, In the Middle of the Tune, LP, Topic 12TS282, 1976

Alistair Anderson, Steel Skies, LP, 12TS427, 1982

Various Artists, The Iron Muse: A Panorama of Industrial Folk Music, CD, TSCD465, 1993

Various Artists, The Northumbrian Smallpipes, CD, TSCD487, 1996

Louis Killen, Tom Gilfellon, Johnny Handle, Maureen Craik, Colin Ross, Tommy Armstrong of Tyneside, CD, TSCD484, 1997

Louis Killen, Johnny Handle, Colin Ross, Along the Coaly Tyne, CD, TSCD498, 1998

Various Artists, And We'll All Have Tea, 2 CD, TSCD707/8, 1999

Various Artists, The Folk Collection, 2 CD, TSCD707/8, 1999

Various Artists, Northumberland Rant, CD, Smithsonian Folkways SFW 40473, 2000

Various Artists, The Wind in the Reeds: The Northumbrian Small Pipes, CD, TSCD529, 2001

Various Artists, Three Score and Ten: 70 Years of Topic Records, 7 CD, Topic TOPIC70, 2009