Heal & Harrow: Heal & Harrow (Shadowside SHADOW05) Mànran: Ùrar (Mànran MAN05) Cara: Grounded (artes ARCD5030) Granny's Attic: The Brickfields (Grimdon GRICD005) Karine Polwart & Dave Milligan: Still As Your Sleeping (Hudson HUD025CD) Staran: Staran (STARAN01CD) Jon Wilks: Up the Cut (Jon Wilks) Jim Causley: Devonshire Roses (Hrōc HROC05) Jenny Sturgeon: The Living Mountain (Hudson HUD021CD)

“You can't truſt folk ſongs. They always ſneak up on you.”
Granny Weatherwax in Terry Pratchett: Witches Abroad

Featured Musicians and Groups

This list links to discographies of the most important (to me, that is ;-) musicians and groups featured on Mainly Norfolk. You'll find a lot more of them in the comprehensive folk discography and in the record label discographies shown at the top of the navigation column.

Note: I inherited the websites for some artists hosted here: Sandy Denny (merging it with mine) and Trevor Lucas in 1998 from Willem Doornkamp; The Watersons and Martin Carthy in 2002 from Garry Gillard, and Ashley Hutchings, Joseph Taylor and the Kipper Family from Tony Rees via Garry. Thank you very much for your great work and for asking me to take over!
And thanks to Alistair Banfield too for his never-ending support and wealth of information.

Peter Bellamy: The Maritime Suite (Fellside FECD284) Christina Alden & Alex Patterson: Hunter Jess Morgan: Everything I Did Last Year (Amateur Boxer 586951 JESS) The Norfolk Broads: Yonder Green Grove (Norfolk Broads) Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith: Many a Thousand (Many a Thousand MATR18001) Various Artists: The Old Out and Homer (Musical Traditions MTCD204) The Norfolk Broads: In the Valley of the Flowers

Norfolk Musicians

As this website is named in remembrance of Peter Bellamy after his first solo album, Mainly Norfolk, I thought I'd just list some Norfolk musicians featured here:

Vision & Revision: The First 80 Years of Topic Records (Topic TXCD597) From Here: English Folk Field Recordings Volume2 (From Here SITW011) Destination: Fellside Recordings 1976-2018 (Fellside FECD282) It Was Mighty! (The Voice of the People Volume 29; Topic TSCD679T) Here's a Health to the Company (Old Songs & Bothy Ballads Volume 1; Autumn Harvest AH 002) Scottish Tradition Vol. 5: The Muckle Sangs (Greentrax CDTRAX 9005) The Child Ballads 1 (Caedmon TC 1145)

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