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The Ripley Wayfarers: Chips and Brown Sauce

The Ripley Wayfarers: Chips and Brown Sauce (Tradition TSR 006)

Chips and Brown Sauce
The Ripley Wayfarers

Traditional Sound Recordings TSR 006 (LP, UK, 1971)

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Recorded and produced by Brian Horsfall

Musicians

Andrew Train, guitar, mandolin, recorder, piano accordion, tenor banjo;
Mick Peat, guitar, mandolin, vocals;
Barry Renshaw, 'G' banjo, vocals;
Arthur Renshaw, guitar;
Phil Langham, fiddle, bass

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Birmingham Brothel
  2. East Wind
  3. Daddy Fox (Roud 131) (3.30)
  4. Winnats Pass Murders
  5. Hot Asphalt (Roud 2134)
  6. O Waly Waly (Roud 87; Child 204)
  1. Poker Row
  2. Miner and His Son
  3. Spanish Lady (Roud 542)
  4. Annie Laurie (Roud 8179)
  5. What Do You See?
  6. Humber Bridge

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 Stan Crowther;
Tracks 7, 11 Andrew Train;
Track 7 words Barry Renshaw, music Arthur Renshaw;
Track 12 Christopher Rowe

> Folk Music > Records > The Ripley Wayfarers: Five Wells

The Ripley Wayfarers: Five Wells

The Ripley Wayfarers: Five Wells (Tradition TSR 013)

Five Wells
The Ripley Wayfarers

Traditional Sound Recordings TSR 013 (LP, UK, 1972)

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Recorded and produced by Brian Horsfall

Musicians

Mick Peat, vocals, guitar, mandolin;
Barry Renshaw, vocals, banjo, drum;
Andrew Train, accordion, guitar, chorus vocals;
Arthur Renshaw, guitar, tambourine, chorus vocals;
Phil Langham, fiddle, guitar, chorus vocals

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Resurrectionists
  2. The Beggar
  3. Flowers of Edinburgh / Roxburgh Castle reels
  4. Boston Harbour (Roud 613)
  5. The Workhouse Boy
  6. Boys of Blue Hill / Bristol Hornpipe hornpipes
  7. Song of the Western Men
  8. Brave Men of Eyam
  1. Willie John
  2. Cook in the Kitchen / Tenpenny Bit jigs
  3. The Five Wells (2.46)
  4. South Australia (Roud 325)
  5. The Sheldon Duck
  6. German Schottische / Jenny Lind polkas
  7. Curragh of Kildare (Roud 583)
  8. The Gentleman Soldier (Roud 178)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 words Andrew Train, music trad. (Bonnets So Blue);
Track 5 trad. arr. Dave Moran, Nic Jines;
Track 8 words Barry Renshaw, music Andrew Train;
Track 9 words Peggy Millhouse, music Andrew Train;
Tracks 11, 13 Andrew Train

> Folk Music > Records > The Ripley Wayfarers: Gentlemen of High Renown

The Ripley Wayfarers: Gentlemen of High Renown

The Ripley Wayfarers: Gentlemen of High Renown (Tradition TSR 018)

Gentlemen of High Renown
The Ripley Wayfarers

Traditional Sound Recordings TSR 018 (LP, UK, 1974)

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Musicians

Mick Peat, vocals, guitar, mandolin;
Barry Renshaw, vocals, percussion;
Andrew Train, accordion;
Arthur Renshaw, guitar;
Phil Langham, fiddle, guitar

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Sluggard Tapper
  2. Bread & Fishes
  3. Madame Bonaparte
  4. Just As the Tide Was Flowing (Roud 1105)
  5. Hexham Races / The Fair / Larry Grogan jigs
  6. Bold Reynard (Roud 190)
  7. Hounds of the Maynall
  1. Roisin Dubh / The Gold Ring instrumental
  2. John Blunt (Roud 115; Child 275)
  3. Dorset Four Hand Reel
  4. Take Your Time
  5. Daisy, Daisy / I Belong to Glasgow / I'm Shy Mary Ellen waltzes
  6. The Calico Printer's Clerk (Roud 13210)
  7. Farewell She (Roud 1034 / 803)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 Andrew Train;
Track 2 Alan Bell;
Track 11 Pete Mundey

> Folk Music > Records > The Ripley Wayfarers: Down the Road

The Ripley Wayfarers: Down the Road

The Ripley Wayfarers: Down the Road (Singabout SIN 001)

Down the Road
The Ripley Wayfarers

Singabout Records SIN 001 (LP, UK, 1985)

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Produced by John Tams;
Recorded at M.E.K. Sound Studios, Nottingham;
Engineered by Kevin Jackson;
Assistant Engineer Steve Hall;
Mixed by John Tams and Phil Langham;
Photography by Keith Bird;
Sleeve design and artwork by David Charlesworth

Musicians

Mick Peat, vocals, guitar, mandolin;
Barry Renshaw, vocals, percussion;
Andrew Train, accordion

with
Phil Langham, fiddle, guitar

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Down the Road (Roud 15128)
  2. Castleton Carol (Roud 1523)
  3. Fifty Years Ago
  4. Auld Donald's
  5. The Rose of Allandale (Roud 1218)
  1. Roll the Woodpile Down (Roud 4443)
  2. T' Owd Brown Hen
  3. Anna Baddaley
  4. Pulling Down Song
  5. Banks of the Pontchartrain (Roud 1836; Laws H9)

All tracks trad. arr. Ripley Wayfarers except
Track 1 Fred Gilbert;
Track 3 Bessie Fradley;
Track 7 Gerald Short;
Track 8 Ian Carter;
Track 9 John Tams