> Folk Music > Records > Emily Smith: A Day Like Today

Emily Smith: A Day Like Today

Emily Smith: A Day Like Today (Foot Stompin' CDFSR1716)

A Day Like Today
Emily Smith

Foot Stompin' Records CDFSR1716 (CD, UK, November 2002)
Amazon.de (CD-R print on demand, UK, 2011)

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Produced by Jack Evans;
Recorded by Duncan Cameron at Riverside Studios, Busby;
Photographs by Paul Dodd;
Design by The 16k Design Works

Musicians

Emily Smith, vocals, accordion, piano;
Ross Ainslie, whistles, border pipes;
Jamie McClennan, fiddle;
Sean O'Donnell, guitar, vocals

with
Neil Cameron, double bass [3, 6]

Tracks

  1. A Day Like Today (3.37)
  2. Fair Helen of Kirkconnel (Roud 8191) (3.19)
  3. Party in My Pants / Angus John MacNeil of Barra / Denmark Distortion (tunes) (5.26)
  4. Green Grass Grows Bonny (Roud 858; G/D 6:1139) (5.46)
  5. Graham & Jilly's Wedding (tune) (3.42)
  6. Rigs o' Barley (Roud 1024) (4.08)
  7. Time Wears Awa (Roud 21760) (3.59)
  8. Molly Lovely Molly (Roud 1446; Henry H780) (2.59)
  9. The Cruel Mother (Roud 9; Child 20; G/D 2:193) (5.44)
  10. MacLeod's Farewell / Crossing the Tay With a Blind Man and a Dog (tunes) (4.29)

Tracks 1, 3c, 10b Emily Smith;
Track 2 words trad., music Emily Smith;
Track 3a Jamie McClennan;
Track 3b Angus John MacNeil;
Tracks 4, 7-9 trad.;
Track 5 Ian Lowthian;
Track 6 words Robert Burns, music Jamie McClennan;
Track 10a Donald Shaw

> Folk Music > Records > Emily Smith: A Different Life

Emily Smith: A Different Life

Emily Smith: A Different Life (White Fall WFRCD001)

A Different Life
Emily Smith

White Fall Records WFRCD001 (CD, UK, January 2005 / April 15, 2016)
Spit & Polish (Shoeshine Records) SPIT036 (CD, UK, 2008)

Emily Smith: A Different Life (Spit & Polish SPIT036)
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Produced by Joe Rusby and Emily Smith;
Engineered and mixed by Joe Rusby at Pure Records;
Recorded at Paw Paw Productions, Glasgow;
Mastered by Paul McGeechan at PawPaw;
Photography and design by Craig MacKay

Musicians

Emily Smith, vocals, piano, accordion;
Jamie McClennan, fiddle, vocals [6, 9];
Steve Byrne, guitar, cittern, bouzouki;
Brian Finnegan, flute, whistles;
Duncan Lyall, double bass;
Martin O'Neill, bodhrán, shaker [6];
Sarah Murray, cello;
Jonna Inge, viola;
Andy Saunders, French horn [8];
Hamish Napier, backing vocals [5-6, 10];
Paul Jennings, percussion

Tracks

  1. The Bonny Labouring Boy (Roud 1162; Laws M14; Henry H576) (4.57)
  2. Always a Smile (4.03)
  3. Edward of Morton (3.24)
  4. The Tressle Bridge / Aodhan's Jig / The Cicada (tunes) (3.42)
  5. Strong Winds for Autumn (5.25)
  6. Go to Town (4.45)
  7. It Fell About the Martinmas (Roud 2173; G/D 1:161) (5.09)
  8. Bonny Baby Kate (tune) (3.15)
  9. The Lochmaben Harper (Roud 85; Child 192; G/D 2:270) (5.41)
  10. The Lowlands of Holland (Roud 484; G/D 6:1116; Henry H180) (4.17)
  11. The Salt Necklace (tunes): Cancro Crú / The Salt Necklace / Ian's No. 56 (4.31)
  12. Far O'er the Forth (Roud 3360) (3.23)

Track 1 words trad., music trad., Donal Maguire;
Tracks 2-3, 6, 8 Emily Smith;
Tracks 4ac, 11bc Jamie McClennan;
Track 4b Mick McAuley;
Track 5 Bob McNeill;
Tracks 7, 10 words trad., music Emily Smith;
Tracks 9, 12 words trad.;
Track 11a Anco Pintos

> Folk Music > Records > Emily Smith: Too Long Away

Emily Smith: Too Long Away

Emily Smith: Too Long Away (Spit & Polish SPIT035)

Too Long Away
Emily Smith

Spit & Polish (Shoeshine Records) SPIT035 (CD, UK, 2008)
White Fall Records WFRCD017 (CD, UK, April 15, 2016)

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Produced by Emily Smith and Jamie McClennan;
Recorded by Iain Graham at Park Lane Studios, Glasgow;
Mixed and mastered by Paul McGeechan at Park Lane Studios, Glasgow;
Photography by Jimi Rae;
Design and additional photos by Jamie McClennan

Musicians

Emily Smith, vocals [1-10], piano [3, 5-6, 9-10], accordion [2, 9];
Jamie McClennan, fiddle [1, 5, 10], guitar [2, 7-8], triangle [9], additional piano [9], backing vocals [1, 7, 10];
Ross Milligan, guitar [1, 3-6, 10], additional guitar [8], banjo [2, 7];
Duncan Lyall, double bass [1-7, 10];
Luke Plumb, mandolin [1-2, 6-7, 10];
Alyn Cosker, drums [1, 3, 5-6], percussion [1];
Alastair Savage, violin [3];
Sarah Murray, cello [3-4];

Tracks

  1. Sunset Hymn (4.14)
  2. Caledonia (Roud 5543) (4.33)
  3. Audience of Souls (4.10)
  4. As I Was A-Wand'ring (3.52)
  5. May Colven (Roud 21; Child 4; G/D 2:225; Henry H163) (4.25)
  6. The Mermaid of Galloway (5.48)
  7. The Bleacher Lassie o' Kelvinhaugh (Roud 3325; G/D 5:1041) (3.17)
  8. Come Home Pretty Bird (3.18)
  9. Old Mortality (3.38)
  10. Winter Song (5.01)

Tracks 1, 3, 9, 10 Emily Smith;
Track 2 words trad., music Tony Cuffe;
Track 4 words Robert Burns, music trad.;
Track 5 trad., Emily Smith;
Track 6 words Allan Cunningham, Emily Smith, music Emily Smith;
Track 7 trad.;
Track 8 Emily Smith, David Scott

> Folk Music > Records > Jamie McClennan: In Transit

Jamie McClennan: In Transit

Jamie McClennan: In Transit (White Fall WFRCD002)

In Transit
Jamie McClennan

White Fall Records WFRCD002 (CD, UK, 2009)

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Produced by Jamie McClennan;
Recorded by Jamie McClennan at White Fall Studios, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
except Alan and Andrew who recorded themselves, and Fraser Stone's drums/percussion recorded at Park Lane Studios, Glasgow;
Mixed and mastered by Paul McGeechan at MasterCD;
Photography by Archie McFarlane;
Design and coffee photos by Jamie McClennan

Musicians

Jamie McClennan, fiddle [1-12], whistle [2, 12], guitars [5, 9];
Alan Doherty, low whistle [1, 6, 8], whistle [2, 4, 6], flute [3-4];
Gery Paul, acoustic guitars [1-4, 6-8, 11-12], electric guitars [1, 3-4, 6, 11];
Andrew Collins, mandolin [1, 8];
Duncan Lyall, double bass [1-9, 11-12];
Fraser Stone, drum kit [1, 3-4, 6, 11], darabuka [2, 4], shaker [2, 4], djembe [4, 9], talking drum [4];
Emily Smith, piano [8];
Adelaide Carlow, cello [9]

Tracks

  1. Emily's Wee Tune / In Transit (3.45)
  2. The Sun Trap / Fun With Colin / Tune for Eilidh (4.10)
  3. Little Red (4.23)
  4. The Emergency Flapjack / The Pickpocket / Doohulla Reel (4.50)
  5. Peggy's Waltz (3.06)
  6. Demon Ducks of Doom / The Corolla Session / Hoose o' da Foost (5.13)
  7. Crichope Linn / The Painted Lady (4.49)
  8. Vivienne's Jig / The Shipbuilder / Waikato River Race (5.57)
  9. Shannon's / The Foolish Moon (5.48)
  10. Road to Bennan (4.21)
  11. Rainbow Sheep / Aisle Surfing (3.59)
  12. Horizontal Living (4.04)

All tunes written by Jamie McClennan

> Folk Music > Records > Emily Smith & Jamie McClennan: Adoon Winding Nith

Emily Smith & Jamie McClennan: Adoon Winding Nith

Emily Smith & Jamie McClennan: Adoon Winding Nith (White Fall WFRCD003)

Adoon Winding Nith
Emily Smith & Jamie McClennan

White Fall Records WFRCD003 (CD, UK, 2009)

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Produced by Emily Smith and Jamie McClennan;
Recorded by Jamie McClennan at White Fall Studios, Dumfriesshire, Scotland in Summer 2009;
Mixed and mastered by Paul McGeechan at Waterside Productions, Bothwell, Scotland;
Original artwork by John Johnstone;
Photos by Rob Carlow;
Design and layout by Jamie McClennan

Musicians

Emily Smith, lead vocals, accordion, piano, bicycle bell, steps;
Jamie McClennan, backing vocals, whistle, mandolin, shaker, triangle

with
Duncan Lyall, double bass

Tracks

  1. Adoon Winding Nith (3.47)
  2. Silver Tassie (3.09)
  3. The Soldier's Return (4.29)
  4. Craigieburn Wood (Roud V1196) (4.37)
  5. Gowden Locks o Anna (3.45)
  6. Soldier Laddie (Roud V1527) (4.41)
  7. Gala Water (Roud 2578) (2.52)
  8. Whistle Ower the Lave o It (Roud 506; G/D 7:1414) (3.10)
  9. Lassie Lie Near Me (Roud V39584) (3.38)
  10. The Plooman (Roud 5582) (4.47)
  11. A Man's a Man For A' That (Roud 12581) (3.53)

Track 1 lyrics Robert Burns, music trad., The Muckin o Geordie's Byre;
Track 2 lyrics Robert Burns, music trad., The Secret Kiss;
Track 3 lyrics Robert Burns, music Emily Smith;
Track 4 lyrics Robert Burns, music trad., Craigieburn Wood;
Track 5 lyrics Robert Burns, music Irish trad., The Banks o Banna;
Track 6 lyrics Robert Burns, music trad., Sodger Laddie;
Track 6 lyrics Robert Burns / trad., music trad., The Brave Lads of Gala Water;
Track 8 lyrics Robert Burns, music trad., Whistle Ower the Lave o It;
Track 9 lyrics Robert Burns / Emily Smith, music Emily Smith;
Track 10 lyrics Robert Burns / trad.;
Track 11 lyrics Robert Burns, music trad., For A' That an' A' That

> Folk Music > Records > Emily Smith: Traiveller's Joy

Emily Smith: Traiveller's Joy

Emily Smith: Traiveller's Joy (White Fall WFRCD004)

Traiveller's Joy
Emily Smith

White Fall Records WFRCD004 (CD, UK, January 24, 2011)

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Produced by Jamie McClennan;
Recorded by Jamie McClennan at White Fall Studios, Dumfriesshire, Scotland;
Stuart Duncan recorded by Brent Truitt at Unpainted Huffhines, Nashville, TN;
Percussion recorded by Keith Bird at Gran's House Studios, Lamington, Scotland;
[12] recorded live in Thornhill Parish Church;
Mixed and mastered by Paul McGeechan at Waterside Productions, Bothwell, Scotland;
Photography by Simon Lees;
Design and layout by Jamie McClennan

Musicians

Emily Smith, vocals, piano, accordion

with
Alan Doherty, flutes, whistles;
Stuart Duncan, fiddle [1-2, 6, 8-9], mandolin [2], strings [8];
James Fagan, bouzouki [1, 3, 9, 11];
Signy Jakobsdottir, drums, percussion;
Duncan Lyall, double bass;
Jamie McClennan, guitar, fiddle [11], strings [5, 10], backing vocals

Tracks

  1. Traiveller's Joy (5.09)
  2. Take You Home (3.28)
  3. Dreams and Lullabies (3.42)
  4. Sweet Lover of Mine (Roud 12; Child 2; G/D 2:329) (3.50)
  5. Still We Dance On (3.33)
  6. Butterfly (4.41)
  7. Waltzing's for Dreamers (4.39)
  8. Roll on Lovely Doon (4.45)
  9. Gypsy Davy (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278; Henry H124) (4.08)
  10. Lord Donald (Roud 10; Child 12; G/D 2:209; Henry H814) (4.58)
  11. Somewhere Along the Road (with Evie's Waltz) (4.11)
  12. What a Voice (Roud 495; G/D 6:1189) (2.32)

Track 1 lyrics Helen Fullerton, music trad.;
Tracks 2-3, 5-6 Emily Smith;
Track 4 words trad. / Emily Smith, music Emily Smith;
Track 7 Richard Thompson;
Track 8 lyrics Robert Hettrick / Emily Smith, music Emily Smith;
Track 9 words trad. / Tim Eriksen, music trad.;
Track 10 trad. / Emily Smith;
Track 11 Rick Kemp;
Track 12 trad., adapted Emily Smith

Promo Video

> Folk Music > Records > Emily Smith: Ten Years

Emily Smith: Ten Years

Emily Smith: Ten Years (White Fall WFRCD006)

Ten Years
Emily Smith

White Fall Records WFRCD006 (CD, UK, January 2013, reissued June 23, 2014)

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Produced by Jamie McClennan;
New tracks recorded by Steve Butler at Ferndale Studio and by Jamie McClennan at White Fall Studios, Dumfriesshire, 2012;
Mixed and mastered by Paul McGeechan at Waterside Productions, Bothwell, Scotland;
Photography by Archie MacFarlane;
Design and layout by Jamie McClennan

Musicians

Emily Smith, vocals, accordion [1, 11, 14];
Jamie McClennan, fiddle [1, 11, 14], guitar [2, 11, 13];
Signy Jacobsdottir, percussion [1-2];
Sandy Butler, bass [1-2];
Suzanne Butler, backing vocals [2];
Alan Doherty, flute [13];
Duncan Lyall, double bass [13];
Ross Ainslie, whistle and pipes [14];
Sean O'Donnel, guitar [14]

Tracks

  1. A Day Like Today (3.35)
  2. Love You Still (3.38)
  3. Edward of Morton (3.25)
  4. Silver Tassie (3.08)
  5. Sweet Lover of Mine (Roud 12; Child 2; G/D 2:329) (3.49)
  6. Audience of Souls (4.10)
  7. Butterfly (4.38)
  8. Always a Smile (3.59)
  9. May Colven (Roud 21; Child 4; G/D 2:225; Henry H163) (4.29)
  10. Corncrake Among the Winie Knowes (Roud 2736; G/D 5:945; Henry H18b) (2.40)
  11. Jonathan's Waltz (4.06)
  12. The Plooman (Roud 5582) (4.50)
  13. Glory Bound (3.14)
  14. Bridgeridoo Set: Bridgeridoo / Doherty's / Hamaw Ower Da Taing (3.41)

Track 1 new version, originaly recorded on A Day Like Today;
Tracks 2, 10-11 previously unreleased;
Tracks 3, 8 re-mixed and mastered, originaly recorded on A Different Life;
Track 4 re-mixed and mastered, originaly recorded on Adoon Winding Nith;
Tracks 5, 7 from Traiveller's Joy;
Tracks 6, 9 from Too Long Away;
Track 12 from Adoon Winding Nith;
Track 13 recorded live in St Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow, in 2010 for BBC Song of Praise;
Track 14 recorded live in Dunedin, New Zealand, in 2004

Tracks 1-3, 6-8, 11 Emily Smith;
Tracks 4, 12 Robert Burns / trad. arr. Emily Smith, Jamie McClennan;
Track 5 words trad., Emily Smith; music Emily Smith;
Track 9 words trad., Emily Smith;
Track 10 words trad. arr. Emily Smith;
Track 13 Ruth Moody;
Track 14a Jamie McClennan;
Tracks 14bc trad.

> Folk Music > Records > Emily Smith: Echoes

Emily Smith: Echoes

Emily Smith: Echoes (White Fall WFRCD007)

Echoes
Emily Smith

White Fall Records WFRCD007 (CD, UK, February 24, 2014)

Emily Smith: Echoes (White Fall WFRCD007)
Emily Smith: King Orfeo (White Fall WFRCD010)

King Orfeo / Clerk Saunders
Emily Smith

White Fall Records WFRCD008? (DD single, UK, February 16, 2014)

King Orfeo
Emily Smith

White Fall Records WFRCD010 (promo single, UK, March 17, 2014)

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Produced by Jamie McClennan;
Recorded by Steve Butler at Ferndale Studios, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, and by Jamie McClennan at White Fall Studios, Dumfriesshire, Scotland;
Jerry Douglas recorded by Ryan Carr at Squirrel's Nest, Nashville, TN;
Aoife O'Donovan recorded by Alejandro Venguer at Sweet Sounds Studio, New York, NY;
Mixed by Brandon Bell at The Real Feet Underground, Nashville, TN;
Mastered by Eric Conn at Independent Mastering, Nashville, TN;
Photography by Archie McFarlane;
Design and layout by Jamie McClennan

Musicians

Emily Smith, vocals, piano, accordion;
Jamie McClennan, guitar, fiddle, backing vocals;
Matheu Watson, acoustic and resonator guitar;
Signy Jakobsdottir, drums, percussion;
Ross Hamilton, bass

with
Jerry Douglas, dobro, lap steel, kick drum [8];
Aoife O'Donovan, backing vocals [2, 5-6, 9];
Kris Drever, backing vocals [1];
Tim Edey, guitar, melodeon [5];
Natalie Haas, cello;
Rory Butler, backing vocals [3]

Tracks

Original CDDigital Download Bonus Tracks
  1. Reres Hill (Roud 6847; G/D 6:1133) (4.45)
  2. The Sower's Song (Roud 1264) (4.06)
  3. King Orfeo (Roud 136; Child 19) (4.42)
  4. My Darling Boy (Roud 31; Laws O35; G/D 6:1222) (3.07)
  5. The Final Trawl (4.12)
  6. Twa Sisters (Roud 8; Child 10; G/D 2:213) (4.28)
  7. The Open Door (3.42)
  8. Clerk Saunders (Roud 3855; Child 69) (5.02)
  9. Hawk and Crow (Roud 747) (3.18)
  10. John O'Dreams (3.53)
  1. While Roving on a Winter's Night (Roud 3601; G/D 8:1540) (3.18)
  2. The Band o' Shearers (Roud 1524; G/D 3:406) (4.21)

Tracks 1, 3, 8 trad. arr. Emily Smith;
Track 2 lyrics Thomas Carlyle adapted Emily Smith, music Emily Smith, Jamie McClennan;
Tracks 4, 6, 9 trad., adapted Emily Smith;
Track 5 Archie Fisher;
Track 7 Darrell Scott;
Track 10 lyrics Bill Caddick, music based on Tchaikovsky;
Tracks 11-12 trad.

Video

Emily Smith sings My Darling Boy (official video):

> Folk Music > Records > Emily Smith: A Winter's Night

Emily Smith: A Winter's Night

Emily Smith: A Winter's Night (White Fall WFRCD009)

A Winter's Night
Emily Smith

White Fall Records WFRCD009 (CD EP, UK, January 24, 2014)

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Produced by Jamie McClennan;
For recording details of tracks 1-2 see Echoes;
Tracks 3-4 recorded in December 2013

Musicians

Emily Smith, vocals, piano, accordion;
Jamie McClennan, guitar, fiddle, backing vocals;
Matheu Watson, acoustic and resonator guitar;
Signy Jakobsdottir, drums, percussion;
Ross Hamilton, bass

with
Jerry Douglas, dobro, lap steel, kick drum [2];
Rory Butler, backing vocals [1]

Tracks

  1. King Orfeo (Roud 136; Child 19) (4.42)
  2. Clerk Saunders (Roud 3855; Child 69) (5.02)
  3. While Roving on a Winter's Night (Roud 3601; G/D 8:1540) (3.18)
  4. The Band o' Shearers (Roud 1524; G/D 3:406) (4.21)

All tracks trad. arr. Emily Smith;
Tracks 1-2 are from Echoes

> Folk Music > Records > Emily Smith: Songs for Christmas

Emily Smith: Songs for Christmas

Emily Smith: Songs for Christmas (White Fall WFRCD011)

Songs for Christmas
Emily Smith

White Fall Records WFRCD011 (CD, UK, December 5, 2015 / December 2, 2016)

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Produced by Jamie McClennan and Brendan Bell;
Recorded by Jamie McClennan at Drumlanrig Castle, Thornhill & White Fall Studio, Dumfriesshire;
Additional recording by Michael Bannister at Rocket Science, Glasgow;
Mixed by Brandon Bell at Southern Ground, Nashville, USA;
Mastered by Eric Conn and Don Cobb at Independent Mastering, Nashville, USA;
Photography, design and layout by Jamie McClennan

Musicians

Emily Smith, vocals, accordion;
Jamie McClennan, guitar, fiddle, backing vocals, percussion;
Matheu Watson, acoustic and electric guitar, viola;
Ross Hamilton, bass, backing vocals, drums;
Brandon Bell, percussion [2, 5]

Tracks

  1. Find Hope (4.09)
  2. Christ Has My Hairt, Ay (3.34)
  3. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Roud 394) (3.13)
  4. Heard from Heaven Today (Roud 12081) (4.00)
  5. Little Road to Bethlehem (2.16)
  6. Merry Christmas to All and Goodnight (3.01)
  7. The Blessings of Mary (Roud 278) (4.51)
  8. Silent Night (Roud V38268) (4.18)
  9. Winter Song (5.27)
  10. Santa Will Find You (5.08)
  11. The Parting Glass (Roud 3004; G/D 8:1531; Henry H769) (3.52)
  12. A Life That's Good (3.41)

All tracks trad. arr. Emily Smith except
Tracks 1, 9 Emily Smith;
Track 2 words trad., music Alan Reid;
Tracks 3-4, 7, 11 trad.;
Track 5 words Margaret Rose, music Michael Head;
Track 6 John Doyle;
Track 8 words Joseph Mohr, music Franz Xaver;
Track 10 Mindy Smith, Chely Wright;
Track 12 Sahrah Siskind, Ashley Monroe

> Folk Music > Records > Emily Smith

Other records with Emily Smith

RSAMD students, No.1 Scottish: Traditional Music from the RSAMD, CD, RSAMD, 2002, Greentrax CDTRAX 310, 2006

Various Artists, The Rough Guide to Scottish Music (Second Edition), CD, World Music RGNET 1110 CD, 2003

Karine Polwart, Faultlines, CD, Neon NEONCD005, 2004

The Unusual Suspects, Live in Scotland, CD, Foot Stompin' CDFSR1727, 2004

Various Artists, Scottish Women: Scotland's Queens of Songs Recorded Live on Tour 2002, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX 261, 2004

Various Artists, The Complete Songs of Robert Tannahill Volume I, CD, Brechin All CDBRA003, 2006

Darwin Song Project, Shrewsbury 2009, CD, Shrewsbury Folk Festival SFFCD01, 2009

Krista Detor, Chocolate Paper Suites, CD, Tightrope, 2010

Ewan Robertson, Some Kind of Certainty, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX 328, 2010

Various Artists, The Complete Songs of Robert Tannahill Volume II, CD, Brechin All CDBRA010, 2010

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2012, 3 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK12, 2012

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

Nancy Kerr, Sweet Visitor, CD, Little Dish LIDICD001, 2014

Siobhan Miller, Flight of Time, CD, Vertical VERTCD101, 2014

Various Artists, Cambridge Folk Festival: Celebrating 50 Years, download, Delphonic DELPH100, 2014

Various Artists, The Rough Guide to Scottish Music (Third Edition), 2 CD, World Music RGNET 1310 CD, 2014

The Macmath Collective, Macmath: The Silent Page, CD, BOS CD 1501, 2015