> Folk Music > Records > Robin and Barry Dransfield: The Rout of the Blues

Robin and Barry Dransfield: The Rout of the Blues

Robin and Barry Dransfield: The Rout of the Blues (Trailer LER2011)

The Rout of the Blues
Robin and Barry Dransfield

Trailer Records LER 2011 (LP, UK, 1970)
Trailer/Leader LERCD2011 (CD-R, UK, 2001)

Robin and Barry Dransfield: The Rout of the Blues (Trailer LERCD2011)
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Recorded and produced by Bill Leader;
Sleeve pictures by Bill Leader

Musicians

Barry Dransfield, vocals [1, 4-5, 7-10], fiddle [1-10], bowed psaltery [6], tabor pipe [6];
Robin Dransfield, vocals [2], second vocals [1, 4, 7, 9-10], guitar [1-7, 10], tambourine [6], drum [6]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Rout of the Blues (Roud 21098) (2.37)
  2. Scarborough Fair (Roud 12; Child 2; G/D 2:329) (4.13)
  3. English Medley: St. Clement's Jig / The Huntsmen's Chorus / Nancy (2.53)
  4. The Waters of Tyne (2.38)
  5. The Earl of Totnes (4.08)
  1. Tapestry (2.37)
  2. The Trees They Do Grow High (Roud 31; Laws O35; G/D 6:1222) (5.03)
  3. A Week Before Easter (Roud 154; G/D 6:1198) (2.57)
  4. A Fair Maid Walking All in Her Garden (Roud 264; Laws N42; G/D 5:1038, 6:1201) (3.16)
  5. Who's the Fool Now? (Roud 473; G/D 8:1703) (2.57)

All tracks trad. arr. Robin and Barry Dransfield except
Tracks 3a, 6 Robin and Barry Dransfield;
Track 3c Tom Clough

> Folk Music > Records > Robin and Barry Dransfield: Lord of All I Behold

Robin and Barry Dransfield: Lord of All I Behold

Robin and Barry Dransfield: Lord of All I Behold (Trailer LER 2026)

Lord of All I Behold
Robin and Barry Dransfield

Trailer Records LER 2026 (LP, UK, 1971)

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Produced by Bill Leader;
Recording and production master by Nic Kinsey at Livingston Studios
Sleeve by Janet Kerr

Musicians

Barry Dransfield, vocals [1, 3, 5, 7-10], fiddle [1, 3-4, 6-10], multi-tracked fiddle [2, 5];
Robin Dransfield, vocals [1-5, 7, 9-10], guitar [1,7- 7-10]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Faithful Johnny (Roud B97438) (3.34)
  2. Bold Nelson's Favourite: Bold Nelson's Praise (Roud 1574) / Princess Royal / Saddle the Pony (3.53)
  3. Who Liveth So Merry (3.09)
  4. Adam and the Beasts (4.21)
  5. Lord of All I Behold (5.13)
  1. Paddy Ryan's Dream (1.14)
  2. Still He Sings (2.17)
  3. Bold William Taylor (Roud 158; Laws N11; G/D 1:169) (3.54)
  4. Just As the Tide Was Flowing (Roud 1105) (5.51)
  5. The Wild Rover (Roud 1173; G/D 7:1480) (5.18)

All tracks trad. arr. Robin and Barry Dransfield except
Track 4 Alasdair Clayre;
Track 5 Robin and Barry Dransfield;
Track 7 Allan Taylor

> Folk Music > Records > Barry Dransfield: Barry Dransfield

Barry Dransfield

Barry Dransfield: Barry Dransfield (Folk Mill 2383 160)

Barry Dransfield
Barry Dransfield

Polydor / Folk Mill 2383 160 (LP, UK, 1972)
Spinney SPINNEY003CD (CD, UK, 2002)

Barry Dransfield: Barry Dransfield (Spinney SPINNEY003CD)
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Recorded and produced by Bill Leader at Leader Sound Studios;
Sleeve photograph by Davi Arthur;
Sleeve design by Hamish Grimes

Musicians

Barry Dransfield, vocals, fiddle, guitar, clogs

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Werewolf (3.50)
  2. Be My Friend (3.41)
  3. Hyde Park Mansions / Irish Jig jigs (2.02)
  4. She's Like a Swallow (Roud 2306) (2.42)
  5. Broken Barricades (2.20)
  1. Girl of Dances (5.43)
  2. Lots of Little Soldiers (3.07)
  3. Lily's Ballade (4.00)
  4. The Trip to Derrow / The Traveller / St. Anne's Reel reels (3.14)
  5. Robin Hood and the Pedlar (Roud 333; Child 132) (4.19)
  6. Gerneral Worthington (3.50)

All tracks trad. arr. Barry Dransfield except
Track 1 Michael Hurley;
Track 2 David Ackles;
Tracks 3a, 6 Barry Dransfield;
Track 5 Gary Brooker, Keith Reid;
Track 7 Matt McGinn;
Track 8 Patrick Carroll, Humphrey Weightman;
Track 11 Ted Waite

> Folk Music > Records > Dransfield: The Fiddler's Dream

Dransfield: The Fiddler's Dream

Barry Dransfield: The Fiddler's Dream (Castle CMEDD 943)

The Fiddler's Dream
Dransfield

Transatlantic TRA 322 (LP, UK, 1976)
Castle ESMCD 462 (CD, UK, 1997)
Castle CMEDD 943 (2 CD, UK, 2004)

Barry Dransfield: The Fiddler's Dream (Castle ESMCD 462)
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Recorded by Nic Kinsey at Livingston Studios, Barnet, March-April 1976;
Produced by Brian Harrison;
Sleeve design and illustration by Paul Ellis

The 2004 Castle CD has a second CD with Barry Dransfield's BBC sessions.

Musicians

Barry Dransfield, vocals, electric and acoustic fiddles, electric dulcimer, cello, guitar, zither;
Robin Dransfield, vocals, guitar;
Brian Harrison, vocals, bass guitar, organ, piano;
Charlie White, drums

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Up to Now (4.15)
  2. The Blacksmith (Part 1) (2.45)
  3. The Alchemist and the Pedlar (7.33)
  4. It's Dark in Here (4.10)
  5. The Handsome Meadow Boy (6.17)
  1. The Fool's Song (3.45)
  2. The Ballad of Dickie Lubber (4.35)
  3. The Blacksmith 2 (2.22)
  4. What Will We Tell Them? (2.38)
  5. Violin (6.30)
CD 2: BBC Sessions

BBC Session December 12, 1975 (John Peel)

  1. Christmas Is Coming (3.44)
  2. What Will We Tell Them? (2.38)
  3. Violin (5.30)
  4. You Can't Change Me Now (5.30)

Radio One in Concert, February 21, 1976

  1. Up to Now (5.18)
  2. Medley: City / Country Song (4.02)
  3. What Will We Tell Them? (2.53)
  4. You Can't Change Me Now (4.20)

BBC Session October 5, 1976 (John Peel)

  1. You Can't Change Me Now (2.17)
  2. The Ballad of Dickie Lubber (4.36)
  3. The Alchemist and the Pedlar (7.54)
  4. You Can't Change Me Now (2.17)
  5. The Blacksmith (Part 1) (1.50)

All tracks Barry Dransfield except
Tracks 3, 21 Robin and Barry Dransfield;
Track 4 Robin Dransfield

> Folk Music > Records > Robin and Barry Dransfield: Popular to Contrary Belief

Robin and Barry Dransfield: Popular to Contrary Belief

Robin and Barry Dransfield: Popular to Contrary Belief (Free Reed FRR 018)

Popular to Contrary Belief
Robin and Barry Dransfield

Free Reed Records FRR 018 (LP, UK, 1977)
Free Reed Records FRRR 07 (CD, UK, April 2008)

Robin and Barry Dransfield: Popular to Contrary Belief (Free Reed FRRR 07)
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Recorded by Nic Kinsey at Livingston Studios, Barnet, in July 1977;
Produced by Robin and Barry Dransfield and Nic Kinsey;
Title by John Tams;
Sleeve photograph and design by Sue Dransfield;
DAT transfer / mastering by Stuart Field, Meadow Farm Studios
except tracks 15, 18 DAT transfer by Dave Cobb

Musicians

Barry Dransfield, vocals [1-2, 5-7, 9-12, 14], fiddle [1-2, 4, 6-8, 10-14], dulcimer [2, 7, 14], guitar [9];
Robin Dransfield, vocals [1-3, 5-7, 9, 11-14], guitar [1-3, 6-7, 9, 11, 14], banjo [4, 8]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Talcahuano Girls (Roud 687) (3.05)
  2. The Conscript's Farewell (3.35)
  3. Bogie's Bonnie Belle (Roud 2155; G/D 7:1396) (5.35)
  4. The Sligo Fancy hornpipe / Coleman's Two Halves jig (2.40)
  5. My Man John (Roud 573) (3.00)
  6. The Seeds of Love (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180) (3.30)
  7. Morris Ponk the Ticker Fixer (2.50)

All tracks trad. arr. Robin and Barry Dransfield, except
Track 2 Karl Dallas;
Track 12 trad. arr. Robin and Barry Dransfield, David Arthur

  1. Down the Broom / The Silver Spire reels (2.10)
  2. Peggy Gordon (Roud 2280) (3.20)
  3. The Banks of the Sweet Dundee (5.15)
  4. The Holmfirth Anthem (Roud 1046) (3.25)
  5. I Sowed Some Seeds (Roud 914) (2.45)
  6. Cold Blow and a Rainy Night (Roud 135; G/D 4:778) (1.40)
  7. The Two Ravens (Roud 5; Child 26) (4.13)
2008 CD bonus tracks
  1. Up to Now (4.50)
  2. The Blacksmith (Roud 816) (1.50)
  3. The Alchemist and the Pedlar (7.53)
  4. It's Dark in Here (4.03)
  5. The Ballad of Dickie Lubber (4.35)
  6. What Will We Tell Them? (2.36)
  7. Violin (5.29)

Track 15 from a Dransfield concert; original recording from The Geoff Wall Archive;
Tracks 16-17, 19-21 out-takes from rehearsal for Dransfield's John Peel Show session; original recordings donated to the Barry Dransfield archive by John Walters;
Tracks 18 out-take from rehearsal for Robin Dransfield's John Peel Show session in February 1974; original recordings donated to the Barry Dransfield archive by John Walters and kindly provided by The Geoff Wall Archive

> Folk Music > Records > Barry Dransfield: Bowin' and Scrapin'

Barry Dransfield: Bowin' and Scrapin'

Barry Dransfield: Bowin' and Scrapin' (Topic 12T386)

Bowin' and Scrapin'
Barry Dransfield

Topic Records 12TS386 (LP, UK, 1978)

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Produced and engineered by Nic Kinsey at Livingston Studios
Photography by Keith Morris
Design by Tony Engle

Musicians

Barry Dransfield, vocals, violin, cello, gimbri, bowed Appalachian dulcimer;
Robin Dransfield, vocals [2]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Rattling Roaring Willie / Metal Man (3.18)
  2. Fiddler's Progress (2.29)
  3. Who Knows Where the Time Goes? / My Lagan Love (Roud 1418) (4.15)
  4. Sheffield Hornpipe / Pet of the Pipers (2.18)
  5. Up the Aisle - Swedish Wedding March / Wedding Song / Bridie's Wedding / Norwegian Wedding March / Wedding Morris (6.35)
  1. Sandy Bell's (1.19)
  2. Obliged to Fiddle / Planxty Davy / Spanish Cloak (4.32)
  3. Bushes and Briars (Roud 1027) / Swedish Air (2.45)
  4. O'Carolan's Concerto (3.42)
  5. Recication upon a Gentleman Sitting on a Cremona Violin (6.19)
  6. Sally Gardens / Clommel Races (2.06)

All tracks trad. except
Track 3a Sandy Denny;
Track 9 Turlough O'Carolan;
Track 11b John Faulkner

> Folk Music > Records > Robin Dransfield: Tidewave / A Lighter Touch

Robin Dransfield: Tidewave / A Lighter Touch

Robin Dransfield: Tidewave (Topic 12TS414)

Tidewave
Robin Dransfield

Topic Records 12TS414 (LP, UK, 1980)

A Lighter Touch
Robin Dransfield

Hux Records HUX 097 (2 CD, UK, 2008)

Robin Dransfield: A Lighter Touch (Hux HUX 097)
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LP recording started at Studio Acousti, Paris, 1974, and finished at Livingston Studios, Barnet, 1979/80;
Engineered by Nic Kinsey;
Photography by Toni Arthur;
Sleeve design by Sue Dransfield

The first CD of A Lighter Touch is a reissue of the LP Tidewave; the second CD is a concert at the Medway Folk Centre in Kent on November 14, 1972, recorded in mono by Geoff Harden.

LP Musicians

Robin Dransfield, vocals, guitar, banjo;
Barry Dransfield, cello;
Christian “Le Roi” Gourhan, hurdy-gurdy;
Lea Nicholson, concertina;
The White Shield Brass Ensemble (Bob White, trumpet; Chris Stearn, bass trombone, euphonium);
Nick Greenwood, bass guitar;
Chris Copping, piano

Tracks

LP Side 1LP Side 2
  1. The Cutty Wren (Roud 236) (4.07)
  2. The Barley and the Rye (Roud 23268) (2.42)
  3. Fair Maid of February (4.28)
  4. When It's Night-Time in Italy It's Wednesday Over Here (2.53)
  5. The Rigs o' Rye (Roud 985; Laws O11; G/D 5:1054) (5.43)

Tracks 1, 5-6, 8 trad. arr. Robin Dransfield;
Tracks 2 trad. arr. Robin Dransfield, Lea Nicholson;
Tracks 3 trad. arr. Robin Dransfield, Barry Dransfield;
Track 4 James Kendis, Lew Brown;
Track 7 Anne Briggs;
Track 9 Paul Parrish;
Tracks 10 Robin Dransfield;
Track 11 Steve Sproxton

  1. Spencer the Rover (Roud 1115) (4.33)
  2. Tidewave (3.12)
  3. The Cadgwith Anthem (Roud 3314) (1.47)
  4. I Once Had a Dog (4.02)
  5. The Three Muscadets (2.39)
  6. Mother Nature (3.06)
CD 2: Live at the Medway Folk Centre, November 14, 1972
  1. (introduction) (0.54)
  2. Faithful Johnny (Roud B97438) (3.29)
  3. (introduction) (1.01)
  4. Bogie's Bonnie Belle (Roud 2155; G/D 7:1396) (5.18)
  5. (introduction) (2.27)
  6. Cold Blow and a Rainy Night (Roud 135; G/D 4:778) (1.43)
  7. One of the Good People (3.17)
  8. (introduction) (0.53)
  9. Still He Sings (2.19)
  10. Be My Friend (2.46)
  11. (introduction) (4.34)
  12. Adam and the Beasts (4.22)
  13. I Once Had a Dog (3.55)
  1. (introduction) (0.26)
  2. The Rigs o' Rye (Roud 985; Laws O11; G/D 5:1054) (5.27)
  3. (introduction) (1.00)
  4. Tapestry (2.58)
  5. (introduction) (0.35)
  6. Tidewave (2.52)
  7. (introduction) (0.26)
  8. Scarborough Fair (Roud 12; Child 2; G/D 2:329) (5.49)
  9. (introduction) (1.00)
  10. When It's Night-Time in Italy It's Wednesday Over Here (3.28)
  11. (introduction) (0.32)
  12. Lazy Afternoon (3.44)

> Folk Music > Records > Barry Dransfield: Be Your Own Man

Barry Dransfield: Be Your Own Man

Barry Dransfield: Be Your Own Man (Rhiannon RHYD5003)

Be Your Own Man
Barry Dransfield

Rhiannon Records RHYD5003 (CD, UK, 1994)

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Recorded and produced by Paul Dengate;
Mastered at The Exchange

Musicians

Barry Dransfield, vocals, fiddle, cello, guitar, banjo, dulcimer;
Gary Blakeley, 2nd fiddle [7, 10];
Chris Fyfe, mandolin, bodhrán [4. 12];
Robin Dransfield, harmony vocals [3, 18], guitar [17]

Tracks

  1. I Once Was a Fisherman (3.29)
  2. John Barleycorn (Roud 164; G/D 3:559) (3.20)
  3. Jezebel Waltz (3.23)
  4. Farewell to Hong Kong / Mrs Wong's (2.56)
  5. Bonny Boy (Roud 31; Laws O35; G/D 6:1222) (3.28)
  6. Grey Funnel Line (5.38)
  7. Be Your Own Man (2.59)
  8. Derby Ram (Roud 126; G/D 3:645) (2.35)
  9. The Water Is Wide (Roud 87; Child 204) (3.05)
  10. La Fête de Village / Hornpipe / Miss Sackville's Fancy (5.09)
  11. One for Jo (3.02)
  12. You Can't Change Me Now (2.58)
  13. Gossip Joan (4.15)
  14. Festus Burke (1.39)
  15. Bonny Bunch of Roses (Roud 664; Laws J5; G/D 1:155) (6.12)
  16. Lily Bulero (Roud 160; Child 278; G/D 2:320) (3.53)
  17. Friendship Reel / Welly Reel (3.22)
  18. Daddy Fox (Roud 131; G/D 3:499) (4.03)

Tracks 1, 7, 12 Barry Dransfield;
Tracks 2, 5, 8-9, 15, 18 trad. arr. Barry Dransfield
Track 3 David A. Stewart;
Track 6 Cyril Tawney;
Track 11 Bert Jansch;
Track 14 Turlough O'Carolan;

> Folk Music > Records > Barry Dransfield: Wings of the Sphinx

Barry Dransfield: Wings of the Sphinx

Barry Dransfield: Wings of the Sphinx (Rhiannon RHYD5010)

Wings of the Sphinx
Barry Dransfield

Rhiannon Records RHYD5010 (CD, UK, 1996)

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Produced and engineered by Kenny Craddock at his home studio;
Mixed by Kenny Craddock and Barry Dransfield;
Mastered to Exabyte DDP by Will Thomson at Dynamic Audio Productions, St. Leonards

Musicians

Barry Dransfield, vocals [1, 3-7, 9, 11-12, 14], fiddle [1-2, 5-6, 8-15], cello [4-5, 7, 10, 12, 15], guitar [3, 5, 10];
Kenny Craddock, piano [6, 15], keyboards [15], guitar [1, 10, 14-15], accordion [1, 10, 14], cello [10];
Steáfán Hannigan, flute [6, 9], bodhrán [6], percussion [9];
Gary Blakeley, fiddle [4];
Steve Cooke, viola [4, 12];
Liam Genockey, percussion [1-2, 10, 14-15]

Tracks

  1. Byker Hill (Roud 3488) (2.51)
  2. The Bunch of Keys / Paddy on the Turnpike (3.30)
  3. The Recruited Collier (Roud 3503) (4.20)
  4. Gypsy Davey (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278) (3.01)
  5. Wings of the Shinx (4.44)
  6. Irish Session (5.06)
  7. Queen of Hearts (Roud 3195) (3.48)
  8. The Cat and the Fiddler (Blakeley's Reel / Matey's Reel) (3.20)
  9. Perfect Earth (3.14)
  10. A Favourite Quick March / Italian Dance (4.12)
  11. A Week Before Easter (Roud 154; G/D 6:1198) (3.57)
  12. Thousands or More (Roud 1220) (3.03)
  13. Lament for a Passing Angel (3.03)
  14. Mermaid (3.16)
  15. Sheebeg Sheemore (Si Bheagh, Si Mhor) (4.08)

All tracks trad. arr. Barry Dransfield except
Track 5 Barry Dransfield based on a poem by Carol Morrison;
Tracks 8, 13 Barry Dransfield

> Folk Music > Records > Robin and Barry Dransfield: Up to Now

Robin and Barry Dransfield: Up to Now

Robin and Barry Dransfield: Up to Now (Free Reed FRDCD 18)

Up to Now
A History of
Robin and Barry Dransfield

Free Reed Records FRDCD 18 (2 CD, UK, 1997)

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Tracks

CD 1CD 2
  1. The Rout of the Blues (Roud 21098) (2.33)
  2. The Trees They Do Grow High (Roud 31; Laws O35; G/D 6:1222) (5.00)
    both from Rout of the Blues (Trailer LER 2011, 1970)
  3. The Morpeth Rant / Nancy (2.01)
    from Folk on Friday (BBC REC 95S, 1970)
  4. Lord of All I Behold (5.22)
  5. Bold Nelson's Favourite: Bold Nelson's Praise / Princess Royal / Saddle the Pony (3.57)
    both from Lord of All I Behold (Trailer LER 2026, 1971)
  6. The Werewolf (3.44)
  7. Girl of Dances (5.37)
    both from Barry Dransfield (Folk Mill 2383 160, 1972)
  8. Cuckoo's Nest (Roud 1506) (5.27)
    from Morris On (Island HELP5, 1972)
  9. Up to Now (4.48)
    from the BBC Radio 1 “In Concert”, rec. January 29, 1976, bc. February 21, 1976
  10. The Blacksmith Pt. 1 (1.49)
  11. The Alchemist and the Pedlar (7.52)
    both from the BBC Radio 1 “John Peel Show”, rec. September 14, 1976, bc. October 5, 1976
  12. It's Dark in Here (4.01)
    from the BBC Radio 1 “John Peel Show”, bc. February 21, 1974
  13. The Handsome Meadow Boy (6.14)
  14. The Fool's Song (3.44)
    both from The Fiddler's Dream (Transatlantic TRA 322, 1976)
  15. The Ballad of Dickie Lubber (4.34)
    from the BBC Radio 1 “John Peel Show”, rec. September 14, 1976, bc. October 5, 1976
  16. What Will We Tell Them? (2.35)
  17. Violin (5.28)
    both from the BBC Radio 1 “John Peel Show”, rec. November 27, 1975, bc. December 18, 1975
  18. You Can't Change Me Now (2.15)
    from the BBC Radio 1 “John Peel Show”, rec. September 14, 1976, bc. October 5, 1976
  1. The Talcahuano Girls (Roud 687) (3.01)
  2. The Conscript's Farewell (3.35)
  3. Bogie's Bonnie Belle (Roud 2155; G/D 7:1396) (5.33)
  4. The Sligo Fancy hornpipe / Coleman's Two Halves jig (2.39)
  5. The Seeds of Love (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180) (3.33)
  6. Peggy Gordon (Roud 2280) (3.10)
  7. The Banks of the Sweet Dundee (5.09)
  8. The Holmfirth Anthem (Roud 1046) (3.23)
  9. The Two Ravens (Roud 5; Child 26) (4.13)
    all nine from Popular to Contrary Belief (Free Reed FRR 018, 1977)
  10. Good Ale for My Money (3.50)
    from The Tale of Ale (Free Reed FRRD 023/024, 1977)
  11. Doctor Slime (3.33)
  12. Too Much to Do (2.56)
  13. Catch the Morning Dew (3.50)
    all three from the BBC Radio 1 “John Peel Show”, rec. January 31, 1978, bc. February 10, 1978
  14. Fiddler's Progress (2.29)
  15. O'Carolan's Concerto (3.44)
    both from Bowin' and Scrapin' (Topic 12TS386, 1978)
  16. Tidewave (3.10)
  17. Spencer the Rover (Roud 1115) (3.10)
    both from Tidewave (Topic 12TS414, 1980)
  18. Be Your Own Man (2.59)
  19. Daddy Fox (Roud 131; G/D 3:499) (4.01)
    both from Be Your Own Man (Rhiannon RHYD 5003, 1994)
  20. A Week Before Easter (Roud 154; G/D 6:1198) (2.57)
  21. Irish Session (5.02)
    both from Wings of the Sphinx (Rhiannon RHYD 5010, 1996)

> Folk Music > Records > Barry Dransfield: Unruly

Barry Dransfield: Unruly

Barry Dransfield: Unruly (Violin Workshop VW1CD)

Unruly
Barry Dransfield

Violin Workshop VW1CD (CD, UK, 2005)

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Recorded and produced by Barry Drandfield at Violin Workshop St. Leonard's in 2004;
Photography by Terry Hulf

Musicians

Barry Dransfield, violin, cello, guitar, vocals

Tracks

  1. Haul Away (3.13)
  2. Grand Conversation (Roud 1189) (8.04)
  3. Glory / Biber (2.48)
  4. Silent Worship (or, Did You Not Hear My Lady) (2.47)
  5. The Constant Lovers (Roud 466; Laws K17; G/D 6:1244) (4.38)
  6. Mittel Jigs (3.27)
  7. The Star of Logy Bay (4.23)
  8. Where'er You Walk (3.53)
  9. An Culin / Tamlin Reel (3.36)
  10. Harps in Heaven (3.15)
  11. Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy (Roud 165) (3.00)
  12. Chapel Kethick / Sleep Sound (3.41)

All tracks trad. arr. Barry Dransfield except
Track 1 Largo from the Trumpet Concerto in D by Gerog Philipp Telemann, words Barry Dransfield;
Track 3b from the First Mystery Sonata by Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber, ca. 1680;
Tracks 4, 8 Georg Friedrich Händel arr. Barry Dransfield;
Track 7 anon. arr. Barry Dransfield;
Track 12a William Marshall (1748-1843)

> Folk Music > Records > Robin and Barry Dransfield

Other records with Robin and Barry Dransfield

Dave and Toni Arthur, The Lark in the Morning, LP, Topic 12T190, 1969

Peter Bellamy, The Fox Jumps Over the Parson's Gate, LP, Topic 12T200, 1969

Peter Bellamy, Oak Ash and Thorn, LP, Argo ZFB 11, 1970

Tony Rose, Young Hunting, LP, Trailer LER 2013, 1970

Various Artists, Folk on Friday, LP, BBC REC 95S, 1970

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

Shirley Collins and the Albion Country Band, No Roses, LP, Pegasus PEG 7, 1971

Sandy Denny, The North Star Grassman and the Ravens, LP, Island ILPS 9165, 1971

Marie Little, Factory Girl, LP, Argo ZFB 19, 1971

Lea Nicholson, Horsemusic, LP, Trailer LER 3010, 1971

Ashley Hutchings et al., Morris On, LP, Island HELP5, 1972

Rosie Hardman, Firebird, LP, Trailer LER 2075, 1972

Richard Thompson, Henry the Human Fly!, LP, Island ILPS 9197, 1972

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

Marie Little, Marie Little, LP, Trailer LER 2084, 1973

Various Artists, Kertalg 73, 2 LP, Barclay CPF 920 452, 1973

Steve Ashley, Stroll On, LP, Gull GULP 1003, 1974

Shirley Collins, A Favourite Garland, LP, Deram SML 1117, 1974

Various Artists, Kertalg 74, LP, Barclay BAR 90 011, 1974

Various Artists, The Electric Muse: The Story of Folk into Rock, 4 LP, Island/Transatlantic Folk 1001, 1975

Various Artists, Folk Festival, 2 LP, Transatlantic TRA(D) 324, 1976

Max Boyce, The Road and the Miles …, LP, EMI MB 103, 1977

Trevor Crozier & Friends, Trouble over Bridgwater, LP, EMI One-Up OU2185, 1977

Vic Gammon et al., The Tale of Ale, 2 LP, Free Reed FRRD 023/024, 1977

Various Artists, Rosin the Bow, LP, Transatlantic XTRA 1171, 1977

Shirley Collins, For As Many As Will, LP, Topic 12T380, 1978

Max Boyce, It's Good to See You, LP, EMI MAX 1004, 1981

The Bevis Frond, London Stone, LP/CD, Woronzow WOO18, 1983

Various Artists, Troubadours of British Folk, Vol. 1, CD, Rhino R2 72160, 1995

Anne Briggs, Sing a Song for You, CD, Fledg'ling FLED 3008, 1996 (recorded 1973)

Various Artists, New Electric Muse: The Story of Folk into Rock, 3 CD, Castle Music ESBCD 416, 1996

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

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

Various Artists, This Label is Not Removable, 3 CD, Free Reed FRTCD 25, 2002

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

Various Artists, Anthems in Eden: An Anthology of British & Irish Folk 1955-1978, 4 CD, Castle Music CMXBX1030, 2006

Various Artists, Old Wine New Skins, CD, Disk Fire DUSKCD104, 2007

Various Artists, BBC Folk Awards 2006, CD, PROPERFOLK02, 2006

Folk for M.S., Generosity: A Unique Collection Celebrating 20 Years of Folk for M.S., CD, WildGoose WGS365CD, 2009