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Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts

Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts: Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts (Pure PRCD01)

Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts
Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts

Pure Records PRCD01 (CD, UK, 1995)

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Recorded at Temple Studio, Temple, Edinburgh;
Engineered by Moray Munro;
Produced by John McCuster;
Sleeve design and photography by Bryan Ledgard

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals [1-8, 10], guitar [1, 3, 6, 10], piano [5, 7];
Kathryn Roberts, vocals [1-4, 6-10], piano [1-2, 4, 6, 9-10], flute [3-4], clarinet [7], soprano saxophone [9];
John McCusker, violin [2, 4-5, 8], cittern [6, 10];
Alison Kinnaird, cello [4];
Robin Morton, bodhrán [8]

Tracks

  1. The Recruited Collier (Roud 3503) (3.21)
  2. Ned on the Hill (Roud 8136) (4.11)
  3. The Lorry Ride (3.39)
  4. The Queen and the Soldier (5.15)
  5. Courting Is a Pleasure (Roud 454; G/D 6:1192) (5.46)
  6. The Constant Lovers (Roud 993; Laws O41; G/D 6:1093) (3.52)
  7. Dark-Eyed Sailor (Roud 265; Laws N35; G/D 5:1037) (6.38)
  8. Hunting the Hare (Roud 1181) (2.58)
  9. Plains of Waterloo (Roud 960; Laws N32) (4.51)
  10. Exile (4.07)

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 3 trad. / Lisa Tubb;
Tracks 4 Suzanne Vega;
Track 10 Steve Knightley

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: Hourglass

Kate Rusby: Hourglass

Kate Rusby: Hourglass (Pure PRCD02)

Hourglass
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD02 (CD, UK, March 1, 1997)

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Recorded at Temple Records Studio, Midlothian, Scotland;
Engineered by Moray Munro;
Mastered by Andy Seward;
Produced by John McCuster;
Design and photography by Bryan Ledgard

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, piano, guitar [3, 6, 9];
Ian Carr, guitar [1, 5, 7, 10];
Andy Cutting, diatonic accordion;
Donald Hay, percussion;
Conrad Ivitsky, double bass;
Alison Kinnaird, cello;
John McCusker, fiddles;
Michael McGoldrick, flute, whistles;
Tony McManus, guitar [2, 8];
Alan Reid, harmony vocals [4];
Eric Rigler, uilleann pipes;
Davy Steele, harmony vocals [3 ,11]

Tracks

  1. Sir Eglamore (Roud 29; Child 18) (4.14)
  2. As I Roved Out (Roud 3479; G/D 4:791) (3.46)
  3. Jolly Ploughboys (Roud 346; G/D 3:418) (4.10)
  4. Annan Waters (Roud 6562) (5.29)
  5. Stananivy / Jack & Jill (3.09)
  6. A Rose in April (5.45)
  7. Radio Sweethearts (3.36)
  8. I Am Stretched on Your Grave ((Táim sinte ar do Thuama) (3.06)
  9. Old Man Time (3.51)
  10. Drowned Lovers (Roud 91; Child 216; G/D 6:1231) (5.10)
  11. Bold Riley (4.32)

Tracks 1-4, 10-11 trad.;
Tracks 5-6, 9 Kate Rusby;
Track 7 words John Miller, tune John McCusker;
Track 8 words trad. Irish, translated by Frank O'Connor, music Kate Rusby

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: Cow Song

Kate Rusby: Cow Song

Kate Rusby: Cow Song (Pure PRCD04)

Cow Song
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD04 (CD EP, UK, 1998)

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[1-2] recorded at Temple Records Studio, Midlothian, Scotland;
Engineered by Moray Munro;
[3] recorded live at The Lawns Centre, Lincoln, in October 1997;
Front cover photo of Kate by Alan Williamson;
Design by Dan at Ledgard Jepson

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar [3];
Andy Cutting, diatonic accordion;
John McCusker, diddley dee [1], fiddles [2-3];
Ian Carr, guitar [1-2];
Conrad Ivitsky, double bass [1-2];
James Macintosh, drums [1];
Michael McGoldrick, whistles [1];
Davy Steele, vocals [2]

Tracks

  1. Cow Song (Roud 29; Child 18) (4.41)
  2. Botany Bay (Roud 3267) (4.13)
  3. Wild Goose (Roud 328) (live recording) (4.21)

Track 1 Kate Rusby, tune For All the Cows by John McCusker;
Tracks 2-3 trad. / Kate Rusby

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: Sleepless

Kate Rusby: Sleepless

Kate Rusby: Sleepless (Pure PRCD06)

Sleepless
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD06 (CD, UK, May 10, 1999)

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Recorded at Pure Records Studio, Mortimer Heights, Yorkshire;
except [7] recorded at Temple Records Studio, Midlothian;
Produced by John McCuster;
Engineered by Andy Seward;
Mastered by Tony Bonner

BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2000: Best album

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, piano and guitar [2, 3, 7-8, 10];
Ian Carr, guitar [1, 3, 6, 9];
Conrad Ivitsky, double bass [1, 6, 9];
Roger Wilson, guitar [11], vocals [11];
Andy Seward, double bass [3, 7, 10];
Darrell Scott, guitar [7, 10];
Tim O'Brien, mandolin [7, 10], vocals [7];
Dave Burland, vocals [8];
John McCusker, fiddles, banjo;
Michael McGoldrick, whistles, flute;
Andy Cutting, diatonic accordion;
Donald Hay, percussion [5];
Francis Macdonald, percussion [6]

Tracks

  1. The Cobbler's Daughter (2.38)
  2. I Wonder What Is Keeping My True Love This Night (Roud 858; G/D 6:1139) (4.40)
  3. The Fairest of All Yarrow (2.58)
  4. The Unquiet Grave (Roud 51; Child 78) (4.38)
  5. Sho Heen (4.02)
  6. Sweet Bride (3.38)
  7. All God's Angels (4.12)
  8. The Wild Goose (Roud 328) (4.22)
  9. The Duke and the Tinker (3.42)
  10. Our Town (4.43)
  11. The Sleepless Sailor (3.46)

Tracks 1, 3-4, 9 trad., Kate Rusby;
Tracks 2, 8 trad.;
Tracks 5-7, 11 Kate Rusby;
Track 10 Iris Dement

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: Little Lights

Kate Rusby: Little Lights

Kate Rusby: Little Lights (Pure PRCD07)

Little Lights
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD07 (CD, UK, 2001)

Withered and Died
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD08 (CD EP, UK, 2001)

Kate Rusby: Withered and Died (Pure PRCD08)
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Recorded at Pure Records Studio, Mortimer Heights, Yorkshire;
Produced by John McCuster;
Engineered and mixed by Andy Seward and Joe Rusby;
Mastered by Chris Thorpe;
Photography by Adam nash;
Sleeve design by Dan Bedford;
Artwork by Bryan Ledgard

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar [7, 9];
Andy Cutting, diatonic accordion;
Michael McGoldrick, whistles, tenor banjo;
John McCusker, fiddles, cittern, whistle [10];
Ian Carr, guitar [1-2, 4, 6];
Ewen Vernal, double bass [1-2, 4, 6];
John Doyle, guitar [3, 5, 8, 10];
Andy Seward, double bass [3, 5, 8, 10];
Darrell Scott, guitar and harmony vocals [9];
Tim O'Brien, guitar and harmony vocals [9];
Danny Thompson, double bass [9];
Mairtin O'Connor, accordion [9];
Malcolm Stitt, bouzouki;
Alison Brown, five string banjo [4];
Keith Angel, percussion, marimba;
Eddi Reader, harmony vocals [3, 6, 10];
John Jones, harmony vocals [6]

Brass:
Alan Morrison, Richard Marshall, cornet;
Sandy Smith, Eb horn;
Nick Hudson, trombone;
Shaun Crowther, tuba

Tracks

Little LightsWithered and Died
  1. Playing of Ball (Roud 1913; Laws M35) (3.31)
  2. I Courted a Sailor (3.58)
  3. Withered and Died (3.58)
  4. Merry Green Broom (Roud 34; Child 34) (3.22)
  5. Let the Cold Wind Blow (5.48)
  6. Canaan's Land (3.50)
  7. Some Tyrant (Roud 587) (5.09)
  8. William and Davy (4.03)
  9. Who Will Sing Me Lullabies (5.20)
  10. Matt Hyland (Roud 2880) (4.59)
  11. My Young Man (4.05)
  1. Withered and Died (4.02)
  2. I Courted a Sailor (3.59)
  3. Playing of Ball (Roud 1913; Laws M35) (3.34)

Tracks 1, 10 words trad.; music Kate Rusby;
Tracks 2, 5, 8-9, 11 Kate Rusby;
Track 3 Richard Thompson;
Track 4 words trad. / Kate Rusby; music Kate Rusby;
Tracks 6-7 trad. arr. Kate Rusby, John McCusker;

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: 10

Kate Rusby: 10

Kate Rusby: 10 (Pure PRCD10)

10
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD10 (CD, UK, 2002)

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Recorded by Joe Rusby and Andy Seward at Pure Records Studio, Mortimer Heights, Yorkshire;
except [12, 15] recorded and mixed by Moray Munro at Temple Records Studio, Midlothian
and [10, 14] recorded live by Keith Angel;
Produced by John McCuster;
Photography and design by Adam Nash;
Artwork by Bryan Ledgard

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar [1, 3-6, 9, 13];
Ian Carr, guitar [1-2, 5, 7, 10, 12, 14];
John McCusker, fiddle [4, 9-13], viola [8], banjo [7], cittern [2, 5], piano [3], whistle [11, 14];
Andy Cutting, accordion [1, 3-6, 8-15];
Ewen Vernal, double bass [1-3, 5];
Alison Brown, banjo [2];
Francis Macdonald, snare drum [2, 7];
John Doyle, guitar [3];
Andy Seward, banjo [3], double bass [10, 13-14];
James Mackintosh, percussion [3, 12];
Michael McGoldrick, flute [4, 10], whistle [6, 12, 14];
Conrad Ivitsky, double bass [7], bass [12];
Neil Yates, brass [8];
Lester Simpson, guest vocals [8-9, 13];
Malcolm Stitt, guitar [11];
Jacke Wells, cello [11];
Davy Steele, guest vocals [15]

Tracks

  1. The Recruited Collier (Roud 3503) (4.04)
  2. I Wish (Roud 60; Laws P25; G/D 6:1170) (4.05)
  3. Over You Now (4.46)
  4. The Sleepless Sailor (4.38)
  5. The Fairest of All Yarrow (3.32)
  6. I Wonder What Is Keeping My True Love This Night (Roud 858; G/D 6:1139) (4.48)
  7. Sweet Bride (3.40)
    from Sleepless
  8. The Maid of Llanwellyn (Roud V11915) (4.19)
  9. The Wild Goose (Roud 328) (4.24)
  10. Sir Eglamore (Roud 29; Child 18) (3.57)
  11. The Night Visiting Song (Roud 22568; G/D 4:783) (4.58)
    from John McCusker: Yella Hoose
  12. Cowsong (4.37)
  13. Botany Bay (5.30)
    both from the EP Cowsong
  14. Drowned Lovers (Roud 91; Child 216; G/D 6:1231) (5.28)
  15. Bold Riley (4.29)

Tracks 1, 6, 14-15 trad. arr. Kate Rusby, John McCusker;
Track 2 words trad., Kate Rusby; music Kate Rusby, John McCusker;
Tracks 3-4, 7, 12 Kate Rusby;
Track 5 words Kate Rusby, trad; tune Kate Rusby;
Track 8 words Joanna Baillie, Kate Rusby; tune Kate Rusby;
Track 9 trad., Kate Rusby;
Track 10 words trad; tune Kate Rusby;
Track 11 words trad., Kate Rusby; music John McCusker;
Track 13 words Kate Rusby, trad; tune trad.

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby & John McCusker: Heartlands

Kate Rusby & John McCusker: Heartlands

Kate Rusby & John McCusker: Heartlands (Pure PRCD11)

Heartlands
Kate Rusby & John McCusker

Pure Records PRCD11 (CD, UK, 2003)

Music from the motion picture Heartlands

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Produced by John McCuster;
Recorded by Joe Rusby and Andy Seward at Pure Records Studio, Mortimer Heights, Yorkshire;
Mixed by Joe Rusby, Andy Seward and John McCusker at Pure Records Studio, Mortimer Heights, Yorkshire;
Mastered by Paul McGeechan at Paw Paw;
Artwork by Bryan Ledgard

Musicians

John McCusker, fiddle, viola, whistles, cittern, thumb piano, banjo, piano;
Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar;
guitar [1, 3-6, 9, 13];
Michael McGoldrick, flute whistle;
Ian Carr, guitar;
Conrad Ivitsky, double bass [4, 12, 115];
Andy Cutting, diatonic accordion;
Tim O'Brien, mandolin, yodelling;
John Doyle, guitar [3, 6-7, 12];
Neil Yates, brass;
Francis Macdonald, percussion [2];
James Mackintosh, percussion [15-16];
Lester Simpson, backing vocals [9];
Andy Seward, banjo [15];
Damien O'Donnell, double bass [9b]

Tracks

  1. Colin's Farewell (4.32)
  2. Sweet Bride (3.40)
  3. Weeping Crisps (3.47)
  4. The Fairest of All Yarrow (3.32)
  5. I Wonder What Is Keeping My True Love (4.48)
  6. Leafy Moped (2.51)
  7. William and Day Instrumental (1.30)
  8. Drowned Lovers (5.06)
  9. The Wild Goose / Frances & Michael (4.24)
  10. Beer Garden (0.39)
  11. I Saw That Sandra (2.19)
  12. Let the Cold Wind Blow (5.20)
  13. Yodelling Song (2.00)
  14. The Brownies (4.06)
  15. Over You Know (3.38)
  16. Round the Next Corner (2.27)
  17. The Sleepless Sailor (4.38)

Tracks 1, 3, 6, 10-11, 14, 16 John McCusker;
Tracks 2, 4, 7, 12, 15, 17 Kate Rusby;
Track 5 trad. arr. Kate Rusby, John McCusker;
Track 8 trad. arr. Kate Rusby;
Track 9a trad. / Kate Rusby;
Track 9b John McCusker, Kate Rusby, Damoen O'Donnell;
Track 13 Tim O'Brien;
Track 16 John McCusker, Tim O'Brien

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: Underneath the Stars

Kate Rusby: Underneath the Stars

Kate Rusby: Underneath the Stars (Pure PRCD012)

Underneath the Stars
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD012 (CD, UK, August 18, 2003)

Let Me Be
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD013 (CD EP, UK, 2003)

Kate Rusby: Underneath the Stars (Pure PRCD013)
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Produced by John McCuster;
Recorded by Joe Rusby and Andy Seward at Pure Records Studio, Mortimer Heights, Yorkshire;
Mastered by Bunt Stafford-Clark at Ton House Studios, London;
Photography and design by Adam Nash;
Digital artwork by Bryan Ledgard

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar [3-4, 8, 10-12];
Ian Carr, guitar [1, 3-11], mandolin [2];
John McCusker, fiddle [7-8, 10-11], viola [8], cittern [1-2, 4, 6], banjo [3], mandolin [9], ukulele [12], whistle [2];
Andy Cutting, diatonic accordion [1-8, 10-11];
Neil Yates, trumpet [1], flugelhorn [1];
Ewen Vernal, double bass [1-8, 11];
James Mackintosh, percussion [1, 5, 7], wee bells [8];
Andy Seward, banjo [2];
Eddie Reader, guest vocals [3, 7];
Joe Rusby, guest vocals [3];
Francis Macdonald, snare drum [3];
Paul Burch, low chords guitar [3];
Simon Fowler, guest vocals [4];
Michael McGoldrick, whistles [5, 10], flute [7, 9, 11];
Olov Johannson, nyckelharpa [9];
Richard Marshall, cornet [9, 12];
Jim Fletcher, Eb horn [9, 12];
James Hartley, tuba [9, 12];
Robert Shires, flugelhorn [9, 12];
Michael Dodd, euphonium [9, 12]

Tracks

Underneath the StarsLet Me Be
  1. The Good Man (Roud 114; Child 274; G/D 7:1460) (4.31)
  2. The Daughter of Megan (3.53)
  3. Let Me Be (3.55)
  4. Cruel (4.32)
  5. The Blind Harper (Roud 85; Child 192; G/D 2:270) (4.07)
  6. The White Cockade (Roud 191) (4.42)
  7. Young James (4.49)
  8. Falling (4.37)
  9. Bring Me a Boat (5.29)
  10. Polly (4.06)
  11. Sweet William's Ghost (Roud 50; Child 77) (5.34)
  12. Underneath the Stars (3.20)
  1. Let Me Be (3.55)
  2. Underneath the Stars (3.20)
  3. The Good Man (Roud 114; Child 274; G/D 7:1460) (4.31)

Tracks 1, 3-4, 11 words trad., Kate Rusby, music Kate Rusby;
Track 2 words John Freeman Milward Dovaston, music Kate Rusby;
Track 5 words trad., music Nic Jones;
Track 6 trad. arr. Kate Rusby, John McCusker;
Tracks 7-8, 10, 12 Kate Rusby;
Track 9 words Kate Rusby, music Phil Cunningham

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: Live from Leeds

Kate Rusby: Live from Leeds

Kate Rusby: Live from Leeds (Pure PRDVD15)

Live from Leeds
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRDVD15 (DVD, UK, June 29, 2004)

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Recorded at Leeds City Varieties Music Hall in September 2002;
Director: Janet Fraser Crook;
Producer: Mike Kaufman;
Executiver producer: John Leonard;
Music producer: John McCusker

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar;
Ian Carr, guitar;
Andy Cutting, diatonic accordion,
John McCusker, fiddles, cittern;
Michael McGoldrick, whistles, flute;
Ewen Vernal, double bass

Tracks

Leeds City Varieties ConcertDVD Extras
  1. The Fairest of All Yarrow (5.50)
  2. Polly (6.15)
  3. Cruel (5.08)
  4. I Courted a Sailor (7.32)
  5. The Yorkshire Couple (3.39)
  6. The White Cockade (Roud 191) (5.16)
  7. Tunes: Ann Maguiere's Silver Wedding / Waiting for Janet / Shake a Leg (8.31)
  8. The Goodman (Roud 114; Child 274; G/D 7:1460) (5.02)
  9. Who Will Sing Me Lullabies (5.26)
  10. The Cobbler's Daughter (3.56)
  11. Let Me Be (4.42)
  12. Withered and Died (5.03)
  13. Sir Eglamore (Roud 29; Child 18) (5.07)
  14. Canaan's Land (Roud 16309) (4.45)
  15. William & Davy (4.42)
  16. Underneath the Stars (4.33)

Sessions

  1. The Jolly Ploughboys (Roud 346; G/D 3:418) (4.24)
  2. I am Sad (3.59)
  3. The Wild Goose (Roud 328) (4.28)

Interview with Andy Kershaw

  1. The Wild Goose (Roud 328)
  2. Songwriting

Tracks 1, 3, 8, 11, 13 words trad. / Kate Rusby, music Kate Rusby;
Tracks 2, 4, 9-10, 15-16 Kate Rusby;
Track 5 Jim Mackie;
Tracks 6, 17, 19 trad. arr. Kate Rusby;
Tracks 7ac John McCusker;
Track 7b Andy Cutting;
Track 12 Richard Thompson;
Track 14 trad. arr. Kate Rusby, John McCusker;
Track 18 words trad., music Kate Rusby

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: The Girl Who Couldn't Fly

Kate Rusby: The Girl Who Couldn't Fly

Kate Rusby: The Girl Who Couldn't Fly (Pure PRCD17)

The Girl Who Couldn't Fly
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD17 (CD, UK, October 11, 2005)

Kate Rusby: No Names (Pure PRCD18)

No Names
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD18 (CD single, UK, 2005)

Little Jack Frost
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD20 (CD single, UK, 2005)

Kate Rusby: Little Jack Frost (Pure PRCD20)
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Recorded by Joe Rusby and Andy Seward at Pure Records Studio, Mortimer Heights, Yorkshire;
Produced by John McCuster;
Mastered by Bunt Stafford-Clark at Town House, London;
Illustrations by Graham Coxon;
Graphics by Bryan Ledgard;
Photography by Andy Snaith

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar [2-3, 5-7, 9-10, 12];
Ian Carr, guitar [1, 4-5, 7-8, 11-12], tenor guitar [6, 11];
John McCusker, tenor guitar [1, 3, 6], guitar [8], cittern [5, 10-11], fiddle/viola [4-5, 7, 12], whistle [9, 12], piano [8];
Andy Cutting, accordion [4, 7-10, 12];
Ewen Vernal, double bass [1-2, 4-6, 8, 11];
Andy Seward, double bass [3, 7, 9-10, 12];
Donald Shaw, harmonium [3, 5-6, 11];
John Doyle, tenor guitar [9];
Kris Drever, tenor guitar [2, 10];
Michael McGoldrick, flute and whistle [4, 7-8, 11];
Neil Yates, trumpet and horn [1, 4-5, 10];
Jim Fletcher, euphonium [1, 5, 11];
Matt Broadbent, tuba [1, 5, 10];
Keith Angel, snare drum [10];
Roddy Woomble, vocals, [3, 10, 11];
Kellie While, vocals, [10]

Strings:
Greg Lawson, Carole Howat, violin;
Steve King, viola;
Kevin McCrae, cello

Tracks

  1. The Game of All Fours (Roud 232) (3.40)
  2. The Lark (4.16)
  3. No Names (3.28)
  4. Mary Blaize (3.25)
  5. A Ballad (4.50)
  6. You Belong to Me (3.25)
  7. Elfin Knight (Roud 21; Child 4; G/D 2:225) (4.04)
  8. The Bonny House of Airlie (Roud 794; Child 199; G/D 2:233) (5.39)
  9. Moon Shadow (4.23)
  10. Wandering Soul (4.12)
  11. Fare Thee Well (3.41)
  12. Little Jack Frost (4.24)

Tracks 1, 8 trad. arr. Kate Rusby, John McCusker;
Tracks 2-3, 7, 9-12 Kate Rusby;
Tracks 4-5 words trad.; music Kate Rusby;
Track 6 Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart, Chilton Price;

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: Awkward Annie

Kate Rusby: Awkward Annie

Kate Rusby: Awkward Annie (Pure PRCD23)

Awkward Annie
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD23 (CD, UK, 2007)

Kate Rusby: Planets (Pure PRCD25)

Planets
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD25 (CD single, UK, 2007)

The Village Green Preservation Society
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD26 (CD single, UK, 2007)

Kate Rusby: The Village Green Preservation Society (Pure PRCD26)
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Produced by Kate Rusby [1-11] and Jon McCusker [12];
Engineered and mixed by Joe Rusby at Pure Studios, Yorkshire;
Additional engineering by Andy Seward;
Mastered by Bund Stafford-Clak at Town House;
Chris Thile recorded at Shelter Island Sound, New York, by Jason Marcucci;
Donald Shaw recorded at Park Lane Studios, Glasgow;
Strings [8, 11] recorded by Iain Hutchinson;
Photography by Andy Snaith;
Illustration by Adam Savage

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar [2, 5-6, 9-10, 12];
Ian Carr, guitar [1, 4, 8], ukulele [5], tenor guitar [9], electric guitar [11];
John McCusker, tenor guitar [2, 10, 12], cittern [1], fiddle [11];
Andy Cutting, accordion [1, 5, 9, 11];
Leon Hunt, banjo [1, 6];
Andy Seward, double bass [1-2, 5-6, 10-12], banjo [4, 9];
Donald Shaw, harmonium [2, 4], piano [3];
Michael McGoldrick, flute [3];
Donald Grant, 1st violin [3];
Helena Smart, 2nd violin [3];
Martin Saving, viola [3];
Lucy Paine, cello [3, 6];
Ewen Vernal, double bass [4, 8, 9];
Chris Thile, vocals [4], mandolin [7];
Eddie Reader, vocals [4, 10-11];
Ian Shires, cornet [4, 9];
Greg Timmins, cornet [4, 9];
Jim Fletcher, tenor horn [4, 9];
Michael Dodd, euphonium [4, 9];
Andy Duncan, tuba [4, 9];
Kris Drever, tenor guitar [5], tenor tenor guitar [7];
Joe Rusby, vocals [5];
John Doyle, guitar [7];
Greg Lawson, 1st violin [8, 11];
Fioha Stephen, 2nd violin [8, 11];
Jacobus Frick, viola [8, 11];
Christof Fourie, cello [8, 11];
John Hudson, vocals [11];
Mattie Foulds, drums [12]

Tracks

  1. Awkward Annie (3.14)
  2. The Bitter Boy (4.54)
  3. John Barbury (Roud 64; Child 100; G/D 5:999) (5.42)
  4. High on a Hill (4.30)
  5. Farewell (Roud 376; Laws K13; G/D 1:66) (5.30)
  6. Planets (4.10)
  7. The Old Man (Roud 281; Laws Q1) (3.49)
  8. Andrew Lammie (Roud 98; Child 233; G/D 5:1018) (3.54)
  9. The Streams of Lovely Nancy (Roud 688) (3.57)
  10. Daughter of Heaven (3.56)
  11. Blooming Heather (Roud 541; G/D 4:862) (4.44)
  12. The Village Green Preservation Society (3.21)
    recorded for Jam and Jerusalem

Tracks 1-2, 4, 6, 10 Kate Rusby;
Tracks 3, 8, 11 trad. arr. Kate Rusby;
Tracks 5, 7, 9 words trad., music Kate Rusby;
Track 12 Ray Davies

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: Sweet Bells

Kate Rusby: Sweet Bells

Kate Rusby: Sweet Bells (Pure PRCD28)

Sweet Bells
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD28 (CD, UK, December 15, 2008)
Pure Records PRCD33 (CD reissue, UK, November 9, 2009)

Kate Rusby: Sweet Bells (Pure PRCD33)
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Recorded at Pure Records Studio, Mortimer Heights, Yorkshire;
Engineered by Joe Rusby;
Produced by Kate Rusby and Joe Rusby;
Mastered by Bunt Stafford Clark at Pierce Rooms Mastering;
Brass arangement by Andy Duncan;
Brass boys appear courtesy of the mighty Grimethorpe Colliery Band;
Photograph by Andy Smith;
Photo shoot Christmas dinner cooked by Ann Rusby;
Design and artwork by jammydeisgn.com

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar [3, 7, 11];
Ian Carr, guitar [1-2, 4-6, 8, 10], tenor guitar [7];
Damien O'Kane, tenor guitar [3, 11];
Andy Cutting, diatonic accordion;
Andy Seward, double bass [1-6, 8, 10];
Anna Massie, cittern [1-2, 8], tenor guitar [4-5, 10], fiddle [6];
Ian Shires, Greg Timmins, cornets [2, 4, 7, 10-11];
Jim Fletcher, tenor horn [2, 4, 7, 10-11];
Michael Dodds, euphonium [2, 4, 7, 10-11];
Matthew Broadbent, tuba [2, 4, 7, 10-11]

Tracks

  1. Here We Come A-Wassailing (Roud 209) (3.09)
  2. Sweet Bells (Roud 936) (3.34)
  3. Poor Old Horse (Roud 513) (3.45)
  4. Hark the Herald (Roud 8337) (4.29)
  5. The Holly and the Ivy (Roud 514) (3.21)
  6. Hark! Hark What News (Roud 389) (3.21)
  7. Candlemas Eve (5.18)
  8. Hail Chime On (Roud 936) (4.12)
  9. Serving Girl's Holiday (4.37)
  10. Awake, Arise Good Christians (Roud 17709) (3.42)
  11. The Miner's Dream of Home (Roud 1749) (4.39)

All tracks trad. & Kate Rusby except
Tracks 3, 7, 11 words trad., music Kate Rusby;
Track 11 words Leo Dryden, music Kate Rusby

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: Make the Light

Kate Rusby: Make the Light

Kate Rusby: Make the Light (Pure PRCD32)

Make the Light
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD32 (CD, UK, 2010)

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Produced by Kate Rusby and Joe Rusby;
Recorded at Pure Records Studio, Mortimer Heights, Yorkshire;
Engineered and mixed by Joe Rusby;
Mastered by But Stafford Clark at Pierce Rooms Mastering;
Brass arangement by Andrew Duncan;
String arangement by Donald Grant;
Photography by Andy Snaith;
Design and artwork by Jammy Design

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar [, 4, 6, 10-11];
Damien O'Kane, guitar [1, 3, 6, 8-9], tenor guitar [2, 5, 7, 11], electric guitar [4, 6], tenor banjo [1, 9-10], backing vocals [9];
Malcolm Stitt, bouzouki [1, 3, 5, 7-8];
Julian Sutton, diatonic accordion [1, 3, 5, 7, 9];
Kevin McGuire, double bass [1-5, 7-10];
Donald Shaw, harmonium [2, 8, 11];
Rex Preston, vibraphone [8, 11];
John Joe Kelly, bodhrán [1];
James Mackintosh, percussion [3, 5-6];
Donald Grant, 1st violin [2, 4, 6];
Catrin Morgan, 2nd violin [2, 6, 10];
Helena Swart, 2nd violin [4];
Rebecca Jones, viola [2, 4, 6, 10];
Nicholas Trygstad, cello [2, 6, 10];
David Edmonds, cello [4];
Diane Clark, double bass [6, 10];
Rob Westacott, cornet [3, 9];
Andrew Holmes, flugelhorn [3, 9];
Jim Fletcher, tenor horn [3, 9];
Michael Dodd, euphonium [3, 9];
Matthew Broadbent, tuba [3, 9]

Tracks

  1. The Wishing Wife (3.24)
  2. The Mocking Bird (4.07)
  3. Let Them Fly (4.25)
  4. Only Hope (4.40)
  5. Lately (4.52)
  6. Shout to the Devil (4.28)
  7. Green Fields (5.10)
  8. Fair Weather Friend (5.13)
  9. Walk the Road (4.18)
  10. Nor Me (4.20)
  11. Four Stars (3.45)

All tracks written by KateRusby

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: While Mortals Sleep

Kate Rusby: While Mortals Sleep

Kate Rusby: While Mortals Sleep (Pure PRCD34)

While Mortals Sleep
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD34 (CD, UK, November 14, 2011)

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Recorded at Pure Records Studio, Mortimer Heights, Yorkshire;
Engineered by Joe Rusby;
Produced by Kate Rusby and Joe Rusby;
Mastered by Nim;
Brass arangement by Andrew Duncan;
Cover painting by Marie Mills;
Graphic design by Rhiannon at Design by If

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar [2, 6, 8];
Damien O'Kane, guitar [1, 3-5, 7, 9-12], tenor guitar [2, 8], electric guitar [2, 6];
Kevin McGuire, double bass [1, 6, 8, 11];
Duncan Lyall, double bass [2-5, 7, 9-10, 12];
Ed Boyd, bouzouki [1, 4, 7, 9-10, 12];
Julian Sutton, diatonic accordion [1, 3-7, 10-12];
Richard Evans, cornet [1, 3-6, 8-12];
Gary Wyatt, flugelhorn [1, 4-6, 8-12];
Nick Stones, French horn [1, 4-6, 8-12];
Mike Altree, euphonium [1, 4-6, 8-12];
Matthew Broadbent, tuba [1, 4-6, 8-12]

Tracks

  1. Cranbrook (Roud 936) (3.47)
  2. Home (3.47)
  3. Kris Kringle (4.09)
  4. Little Town of Bethlehem (5.33)
  5. Joy to the World (Roud 23690) (3.17)
  6. The Holmfirth Anthem (Roud 1046) (4.16)
  7. Seven Good Joys (Roud 278) (3.48)
  8. Rocking Carol (3.51)
  9. Shepherds, Arise! (Roud 1207) (4.45)
  10. First Tree in the Greenwood (Roud 514) (5.44)
  11. Diadem (Roud 17726) (4.22)
  12. The Wren (Roud 19109) (3.21)

Track 1 words Nahum Tate, tune Thomas Clark arr. Kate Rusby;
Track 2 Kate Rusby;
Track 3 William B. Bradbury arr. Kate Rusby;
Track 4 words Rector Phillips Brook, tune Lewis Redner arr. Kate Rusby;
Track 5 words Isaac Watts, tune J.F. Händel arr. Kate Rusby;
Track 6 trad. and Joe Perkins arr. Kate Rusby;
Tracks 7-10, 12 trad. arr. Kate Rusby;
Track 11 words Edward Perronet, tune James Ellor arr. Kate Rusby

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: Twenty

Kate Rusby: Twenty

Kate Rusby: Twenty (Island 3717612)

Twenty
Kate Rusby

Island Records 3717612 (2 CD, UK, October 22, 2012)

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Produced by Kate Rusby and Damien O'Kane;
Recorded by Andy Seward at Pure Records Studio, Yorkshire;
Additional engineering by Joe Rusby;
Guest musicians records all over the world, see album liner notes;
Mixed by Andy Seward and Damien O'Kane at Pure Records Studio, Yorkshire;
Mastered by Brad Blackwood at Euphonic Masters, Memphis, Tennessee;
Photography by David Angel;
Graphic design by Stylorouge

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals [1-10, 12-21], guitar [3, 5, 7, 18-20];
Chris Thile, guest vocals [1], guest mandolin [1, 14];
Paul Weller, guest vocals [3];
Damien O'Kane, guest vocals [10], guitar [1-2, 6, 8, 14-17], electric guitar [18-19], tenor guitar [2-4, 6, 12-13, 16, 19], tenor banjo [17];
Julian Sutton, diatonic accordion [1, 4, 6, 8, 12, 14, 16-17, 19];
Duncan Lyall, double bass [1-4, 6-8, 12, 14-19];
Aaron Jones, bouzouki [1, 8, 17];
John Joe Kelly, bodhrán [1, 12, 17];
Aoife O'Donovan, guest vocals [2];
Michael McGoldrick, whistles [2, 12, 17], flute [4, 15, 18, 21];
String quartet (Donald Grant, Catrin Morgan, violins, Tom Hankey, viola, David Edmonds, cello) [2, 9-10, 12-13, 15, 18];
Gregor Liszt, guest banjo [3];
James Mackintosh, percussion [3, 5, 16, 19];
Neil Yates, trumpet [3];
Nic Jones, guest vocals [4];
John Doyle, guitar [4], bouzouki [12];
Sarah Jarosz, guest vocals [5];
Ian Carr, tenor guitar [5];
Andy Seward, dobule bass [5, 9], banjo [5];
String quartet (Donald Grant, Catrin Morgan, violins, Felix Tanner, viola, Lucy Payne, cello) [5];
Eddi Reader, guest vocals [6, 9];
Dick Gaughan, guest vocals [6, 8];
Ron Block, guest banjo [6, 9];
Richard Thompson, guest vocals [7], electric guitar [7];
Philip Selway, guest percussion [7, 9];
Brass quintet (Roger Webster, cornet, Andy Holmes, flugel horn, Jim Fletcher, tenor horn, Chris Gomersall, trombone, Ben Dixon, tuba) [8];
Jerry Douglas, guest dobro [9, 14];
Donald Shaw, piano [10, 21];
Daisy Rusby-O'Kane, vocals [11];
Jim Causley, guest vocals [12, 19];
Sara Watkins, guest vocals [13];
Noam Pikelny, guest banjo [13];
Kevin McGuire, double bass [13];
Joe Rusby, guest vocals [14];
Bob Fox, guest vocals [15];
Paul Brady, guest vocals [16];
Dave Burland, guest vocals [17];
Stephen Fretwell, guest vocals [18];
Mary Chapin Carpenter, guest vocals [19];
Grimethorpe Colliery Band [20];
Declan O'Rourke, guest vocals [21]

Tracks

CD 1CD 2
  1. Awkward Annie (3.36)
  2. The Unquiet Grave (Roud 51; Child 78) (4.34)
  3. Sun Grazers (3.45)
  4. The Lark (5.50)
  5. Planets (3.30)
  6. Wandering Soul (4.39)
  7. Who Will Sing Me Lullabies (4.19)
  8. Jolly Ploughboys (Roud 346; G/D 3:418) (5.36)
  9. Sho Heen (4.19)
  10. Bitter Boy (5.10)
  1. Baa Baa Black Sheep (Roud 4439) (0.26)
  2. I Courted a Sailor (4.42)
  3. Mocking Bird (3.25)
  4. The Goodman (Roud 114; Child 274; G/D 7:1460) (4.09)
  5. Annan Waters (Roud 6562) (5.35)
  6. All God's Angels (5.14)
  7. Elfin Knight (Roud 21; Child 4; G/D 2:225) (3.48)
  8. The Wild Goose (Roud 328) (5.12)
  9. Home (3.50)
  10. Underneath the Stars (3.42)
  11. Bring Me a Boat (5.31)

All tracks by Kate Rusby except
Tracks 8, 15 trad. arr. Kate Rusby, Damien O'Kane;
Track 11 trad. arr. Kate Rusby;
Track 21 words Kate Rusby, music Phil Cunningham

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: My Music

Kate Rusby: My Music

Kate Rusby: My Music

My Music
Kate Rusby

Gonzo Multimedia HST155DVD (DVD, UK, June 24, 2013)

This is a five-year-old documentary originally broadcast on the British television network Channel 5 in 2008.

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: Live at Christmas

Kate Rusby: Live at Christmas

Kate Rusby: Live at Christmas (Pure PRDVD36)

Live at Christmas
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRDVD36 (DVD, UK, October 28, 2013)

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Recorded live at Royal Hall, Harrogate, on December 8, 2012;
Engineered by Joe Rusby;
Produced by Kate Rusby and Joe Rusby;
Mastered by Nim;
Brass arangement by Andrew Duncan

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar;
Damien O'Kane, guitars, banjo;
Duncan Lyall, double bass;
Julian Sutton, diatonic accordion;
Ed Boyd, bouzouki, electric and acoustic guitar;
Richard Evans, cornet;
Gary Wyatt, flugelhorn;
Nick Stones, French horn;
Mike Altree, euphonium;
Michael Levis, tuba

Tracks

  1. Cranbrook (Roud 936)
  2. First Tree in the Greenwood (Roud 514)
  3. Hark! Hark What News (Roud 389)
  4. The Holly and the Ivy (Roud 514)
  5. Home
  6. Kris Kringle
  7. Walk the Road
  8. Little Town of Bethlehem
  9. Here We Come A-Wassailing (Roud 209)
  10. Poor Old Horse (Roud 513)
  11. Seven Good Joys (Roud 278)
  12. Joy to the World (Roud 23690)
  13. Sweet Bells (Roud 936)
  14. Hail Chime On (Roud 936)
  15. The Wren (Roud 19109)

> Folk Music > Records > Kate Rusby: Ghost

Kate Rusby: Ghost

Kate Rusby: Ghost (Pure PRCD38)

Ghost
Kate Rusby

Pure Records PRCD38 (CD, UK, August 4, 2014)

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Produced by Kate Rusby and Joe Rusby;
Recorded at Pure Records Studio, Mortimer Heights, Yorkshire;
Engineered and mixed by Joe Rusby;
Rex Preston and Leon Hunt recorded by Leon Hunt at Brown Ratio Studio, Bath;
Mastered by Nick Cooke at Extreme Music, London;
Photography by David Angel;
Graphic design by Rhiannon at Design by If

Musicians

Kate Rusby, vocals, guitar [4], piano [12];
Damien O'Kane, guitar [1-3, 5, 7-8, 10-11], tenor guitar [6, 9], banjo [11];
Duncan Lyall, double bass [1, 3-5, 7-11];
Steven Byrnes, bouzouki [1, 3, 7], tenor guitar [6];
Julian Sutton, diatonic accordion [1, 3, 7];
Steven Eveson, electric guitar [1-4, 8, 10];
Donald Grant, Rakhi Sing, violins [1, 4-5, 8];
Triona Milne, viola [1, 4-5, 8];
Ben Trigg, cello [1, 4-5];
Nick Cooke, diatonic accordion [2, 8-11];
Ron Block, banjo [2-3];
Michael McGoldrick, flutes [3-4], whistles [10-11];
Rex Preston, mandolin [5];
Leon Hunt, banjo [5];
John Doyle, electric guitar [9]

Tracks

  1. The Outlandish Knight (Roud 21; Child 4; G/D 2:225) (4.56)
  2. The Youthful Boy (5.44)
  3. We Will Sing (4.11)
  4. The Bonnie Bairns (5.44)
  5. Three Jolly Fishermen (Roud 3496) (3.40)
  6. I Am Sad (5.07)
  7. Martin Said (Roud 473; G/D 8:1703) (4.18)
  8. After This (4.50)
  9. The Magic Penny (Roud 393) (4.49)
  10. The Night Visiting Song (Roud 22568; G/D 4:783) (5.42)
  11. Silly Old Man (5.08)
  12. Ghost (5.47)

Tracks 1, 5, 7 trad. arr. Kate Rusby, Damien O'Kane;
Tracks 2, 4, 9, 11 words trad., Kate Rusby, music Kate Rusby;
Tracks 3, 8 ,12 Kate Rusby;
Track 6 words trad., music Kate Rusby;
Track 10 words trad., music Tony Cuffe

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Other records with Kate Rusby

Various Artists, Evolving Tradition, CD, Mrs Casey MCRCD5991, 1995

John Tams et al, Over the Hills and Far Away: The Music of Sharpe, CD, Virgin VTCD81, 1996

Various Artists, Evolving Tradition 2, CD, Mrs Casey MCRCD6991, 1996

Roy Bailey, New Directions in the Old, CD, Fuse CFCD402, 1997

Battlefield Band, Across the Borders, CD, Temple COMD2065, 1997

The Poozies, Come Raise Your Head, CD EP, The Poozies POOZ01, 1997

The Poozies, Infinite Blue, CD, Pure PRCD03, 1998

Gibb Todd, Connected, CD, Lochshore CDLDL 1292, 1999

The Poozies, Raise Your Head, CD, Compass 7 4290 2, 2000

Various Artists, Cambridge Folk Festival: A Celebration of Roots Music 1998-99, CD, BBC WMEF00572, 2000

Cathie Ryan, Somewhere Along the Road, CD, Shanachie 78047, 2001

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2001, CD, Topic TSCD850, 2001

Chumbawamba, Readymades, CD, Mutt CD001, 2002

Linda Thompson, Fashionably Late, CD, Topic TSCD821, 2002

Various Artists, The Acoustic Folk Box, 4 CD, Topic TSFCD4001, 2002

Various Artists, Roots & Wings: Holmfirth Festival 25 Years Anniversary, CD, Holmfirth Festival HFRCD25, 2 CD, 2003

Various Artists, Folk Festival: A Celebration of Music Recorded at the Sidmouth International Festival, 2 CD, Gott Disks GOTTBOX 011, 2004

John Tams et al, The Song of Steel (The 2006 Radio Ballads), CD, Gott GOTTCD047, 2006

Roddy Woomble, My Secret Is My Silence, CD, Pure PRCD021, 2006

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2006, 2 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK02, 2006

Kris Drever, Black Water, CD, Reveal REVEAL 12, 2007

Martin Simpson, Prodigal Son, CD, Topic TSCD567, 2007

Various Artists, Ballads of the Book, CD, Chemical Underground Records CHEM098CD, 2007

Various Artists, Cool As Folk (Cambridge Folk Festival 1999-2006), 2 CD, Gott GOTTCD070, 2007

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2008, 3 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK05, 2008

Eddi Reader, The Songs of Robert Burns - Deluxe Edition, CD, Reveal REVEAL020CDX, 2009

Damien O'Kane, Summer Hill, CD, Pure PRCD29, 2010

Various Artists, Folk Against Fascism, 2 CD, Folk Against Fascism FAF1CD, 2010

Davy Steele, Steele the Show, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX 358, 2011

Various Artists, Cambridge Folk Festival 2011, DVD, Delphonic DELPH015, 2012

West of Eden, Songs from Twisting River, CD, West of Music, 2014