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Amsher Sings Hampshire Songs

Amsher Sings Hampshire Songs

Amsher Sings Hampshire Songs
Collected by George Gardiner in Hampshire 1905-1909
Amsher

private issue (CD, UK, 2014)

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Musicians

Annie Winter, Anna Baldwin, Bob Askew, vocals

Tracks

  1. [AW, AB, BA] Blow the Man Down (Roud 2624) (2.44)
  2. [AB] Canada-I-O (Roud 309; Henry H162) (2.26)
  3. [BA] Young Collins (Roud 1720) (2.00)
  4. [AW] Sweet Lovely Joan (Roud 592) (4.16)
  5. [AW, AB, BA] Three Jolly Sportsmen (Roud 796) (4.17)
  6. [BA] John Barleycorn (Roud 164; G/D 3:559) (2.04)
  7. [AB] Nancy (Roud 1646) (2.48)
  8. [AW] At the Dawning of the Day (Roud 370; Laws P16; G/D 7:1312) (4.33)
  9. [AW, AB, BA] Prickly Bush (Roud 144; Child 95; G/D 2:248) (2.28)
  10. [AW] Abroad as I Was Walking (Roud 564; Laws P18; G/D 6:1188) (4.31)
  11. [BA] Seventeen Come Sunday (Roud 277; Laws O17; G/D 4:791; Henry H152, H793) (2.47)
  12. [AB] Lady Maisry (Roud 45; Child 65) (4.24)
  13. [AW] It's of a Young Shopkeeper (Roud 1651) (3.07)
  14. [BA] Our Captain Cried All Hands (Roud 602) (2.47)
  15. [AB] The Blue Cockade (Roud 191; TYG 2) (2.54)
  16. [AW, AB, BA] Riding Down to Portsmouth (Roud 1534) (2.46)

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Patience Vaisey at Adwell 1892

Amsher: Patience Vaisey at Adwell 1892

Patience Vaisey at Adwell 1892
Lucy Broadwood finds Hampshire songs in Oxfordshire
Amsher

private issue (CD, UK, December 2018)

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Recorded, edited and mastered by John Dipper at Fawlty Too Studios, Fareham;
Watercolours of gardeners and Adwell Hose, courtesy of Adwell Estates;
Photograph of servants at West Lodge, courtesy of Beales Hotel

Musicians

‘Amsher’ is a group name for several singers of Hampshire songs working with Bob Askew. On this CD it is:

Alison Frosdick, vocals [1, 4, 8, 11, 14, 16];
Annie Winter, vocals [2, 5, 7, 9, 12];
Anna Baldwin, vocals [3, 6, 10, 13, 15], fiddle [3];
Jack Burnaby, concertina [14], piano [11, 15];

Tracks

  1. [AF] Jenny of the Moor (Roud 581; Laws N34; G/D 5:1050; Henry H107) (4.39)
  2. [AW] Barbara Allen (Roud 54; Child 84; G/D 6:1193; Henry H236) (2.57)
  3. [AB] My Bonny, Bonny Boy (Roud 293; G/D 6:1141; Henry H215) (3.23)
  4. [AF] In Rochester City (The Beautiful Damsel) (Roud 1651) (2.16)
  5. [AW] Oh Whay Was I Born to Be Tormented So (Roud 9516) (3.31)
  6. [AB] The Banks of Sweet Primroses (Roud 586; G/D 8:1841) (2.06)
  7. [AW] I Courted a Bonny Lass (The False Lover) (Roud 154; G/D 6:1198) (3.30)
  8. [AF] Nothing Else to Do (Roud 1265) (2.33)
  9. [AW] Banks of Sweet Dundee (Roud 148; Laws M25; G/D 2:224) (4.52)
  10. [AB] The Garland of Love (Roud 1247) (2.42)
  11. [AF, JB] When the Moon Stands on Tiptoe (Roud 878) (4.04)
  12. [AW] Fair Maid Walking in Her Garden (Roud 264; Laws N42; G/D 5:1038, 6:1201; Henry H471, H818) (4.58)
  13. [AB] The Oyster Girl (Roud 875; Laws Q13; G/D 2:304; Henry H725) (2.15)
  14. [AF, JB] Among the Green Hay (Roud 965) (3.03)
  15. [AB] Ploughing Song (We Are All Jolly Fellows) (Roud 346; G/D 3:418) (2.21)
  16. [AF, JB] How Sweet in the Woodlands (Roud 13775) (2.32)

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