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Tony Capstick With Hedgehog Pie: His Round

Tony Capstick With Hedgehog Pie: His Round (Rubber RUB 004)

His Round
Tony Capstick With Hedgehog Pie

Rubber Records RUB 004 (LP, UK, 1971)

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Produced by David Wood;
Recorded by Geoff Heslop at Impulse Studio, Newcastle;
Photography by Mac;
Sleeve design by Geoff Heslop;

Musicians

Tony Capstick: guitar, vocals;
Michael Doonan: flute, piccolo;
Andy Seagroat: fiddle, mandolin;
Phil Murray: acoustic bass guitar;
Jed Grimes: flash guitar;
Stefan Sobell: concertina;
Liz Sobell: harmonium;
David Wood: piano

Tracks

Side 1: Rubber Top

  1. I Drew My Ship (Roud 402; G/D 4:792) (2.51)
  2. The Foggy Dew (Roud 558; Laws O3; G/D 7:1496) (4.13)
  3. The Rambling Royal (Roud 982; Laws J15; G/D 1:82) (3.02)
  4. Arthur McBride (Roud 2355; G/D 1:78) (3.18)
  5. To Ramona (4.29)

Side 2: Rubber Down

  1. Lloyd George (2.45)
  2. Sir Thomas of Winesberry (Roud 64; Child 100; G/D 5:999; Henry H221) (4.48)
  3. Hello Hans (4.05)
  4. Captain Grant (Roud 1286) (0.00)
  5. Goodnight Irene (4.07)

All tracks trad. arr. Tony Capstick except
Track 5 Bob Dylan;
Track 8 Harvey Andrews;
Track 10 Huddie Ledbetter, Alan Lomax

> Folk Music > Records > Hedgehog Pie

Hedgehog Pie

Hedgehog Pie: Hedgehog Pie (Rubber RUB 009)

Hedgehog Pie
Hedgehog Pie

Rubber Records RUB 009 (LP, UK, 1974)
Big Pink 676 (CD, South Korea, 2020)

Hedgehog Pie: Hedgehog Pie (Big Pink 676)
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Produced by Rick Kemp;
Recorded by Keith Herd and Geoff Heslop at Fairview Studios, Hull, in September 1974;
Cover photography by Dennis Cowings;
Sleeve by Jed Grimes and Geoff Heslop

Musicians

Margi Luckley: vocals [2-3, 5-6, 8-9];
Stu Luckley: Fender bass [1, 9], bass [2-7, 9], acoustic guitar [1, 4, 8];
Jed Grimes: vocals [9], electric guitar [1-3, 5-7, 9], acoustic guitar [3, 7, 9], “Pipes” guitar [4], bass [8];
Martin Jenkins: vocals [2, 6, 9], cello mandolin [1-2, 5-6, 8-9], mandolin [7], electric fiddle [3-4, 7, 9], tambourine [2];
Michael Doonan: vocals [9], piccolo [1, 4-7], concert flute [1-10]

Tracks

Side 1

  1. The Reverend Johnson and the Big Kerry (3.24)
  2. Mariners (Roud 1191) (3.31)
  3. Rosemary Lane (Roud 269; Laws K43; G/D 7:1429; TYG 10) (6.03)
  4. The March of the King of Laois (3.34)
  5. Peggy (Roud 907; Laws P13; G/D 6:1129) (4.07)

Side 2

  1. The New York Trader (Roud 478; Laws K22; G/D 2:191) (4.23)
  2. O’Rourke’s Flogging Chair (3.17)
  3. Fishing Song (4.36)
  4. Jack Orion (Roud 145; Child 67) (4.53)
  5. Spalpeen’s Lament (1.48)

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> Folk Music > Records > Hedgehog Pie: The Green Lady

Hedgehog Pie: The Green Lady

Hedgehog Pie: The Green Lady (Rubber RUB 014)

The Green Lady
Hedgehog Pie

Rubber Records RUB 014 (LP, UK, 1975)
Big Pink 833 (CD, South Korea, 2023)

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Produced by Rick Kemp;
Recorded by Barry Hammond;
Cover photography by Dennis Cowings;
Cover painting by Jed Grimes

Musicians

Margi Luckley: vocals;
Jed Grimes: electric and acoustic guitars;
Martin Jenkins: vocals, cello mandolin, mandolin, violin, tambourine;
Mick Doonan: flutes and piccolos;
Stu Luckley: vocals, bass guitar;
Alan ‘Dik’ Dixon: drums, congas, piano

with
Sara Deco: harmonium [9]

Tracks

Side 1

  1. Burning of Auchindoon (Roud 4010; Child 183) (3.46)
  2. Forest Child (4.18)
  3. Go With the Flow (4.33)
  4. Hunter’s House / The Oak Tree (1.56)
  5. The Green Lady (6.48)

Side 2

  1. Cool Reelies (2.04)
  2. The Gardener (Roud 339; Child 219; G/D 4:840) (3.46)
  3. Daemon Merchants (4.27)
  4. Camlaan Battle (3.13)
  5. Dreamer (4.26)

Tracks 1, 4, 6-7 trad.;
Track 2 Jed Grimes;
Tracks 3, 10 Martin Jenkins;
Track 5 Ruth Tongue, The Chime Child;
Tracks 8-9 Michael Doonan

> Folk Music > Records > Hedgehog Pie: The Wonderful Legend of the Lambton Worm

Hedgehog Pie: The Wonderful Legend of the Lambton Worm

Hedgehog Pie: The Wonderful Legend of the Lambton Worm (Rubber TUB 12)

The Wonderful Legend of the Lambton Worm
Hedgehog Pie

Rubber Records TUB 12 (7" EP, UK, 15 December 1976)

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Produced by Geoff Heslow;
Recorded by Mickey Sweeney;
Sleeve design by Martin Johns and Alan Harvey

The play “The Lambdon Worm” is written by David Walker, directed by Warren Hooper, and performed by The Tyneside Theatre Company

Musicians

Margi Luckley: vocals;
Mick Doonan: flute, piccolo, uilleann pipes, vocals;
Jed Grimes: electric and acoustic guitars, vocals;
Stu Luckley: bass, Portuguese guitar, vocals;
Alan ‘Dik’ Dixon: drums

Tracks

Side 1

  1. The Lambton Worm (Roud 2337) (3.15)
  2. Come Join the Show (3.59)

Side 2

  1. I Am the Worm (2.59)
  2. Sir John Fights the Worm (4.23)

Track 1 trad.;
Track 2 Stu Luckley;
Tracks 3-4 Michael Doonan, Jed Grimes

> Folk Music > Records > Hedgehog Pie: Just Act Normal

Hedgehog Pie: Just Act Normal

Hedgehog Pie: Just Act Normal (Rubber RUB 024)

Just Act Normal
Hedgehog Pie

Rubber Records RUB 024 (LP, UK, 1978)

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Produced by Geoff Heslop;
Recorded by Mickey Sweeney at Impulse Studios, Wallsend;
Sleeve photos by Cris Haigh, Barnsley

Musicians

Dave Burland: vocals, 6 & 12 string guitars;
Mick Doonan: uilleann pipes, flutes, piccolo, vocals;
Jed Grimes: electric and acoustic guitars, cittern, vocals

with
Phil Murray: acoustic bass guitar;
Tom Duffy: Fender bass [8], string bass [1, 6]

Tracks

Side 1

  1. The Angels Took My Racehorse Away (4.36)
  2. The Lowlands of Holland (Roud 484; G/D 6:1116; Henry H180) (4.59)
  3. William Taylor (Roud 158; Laws N11; G/D 1:169; Henry H213, H757) (3.10)
  4. Dancing the Baby tune (2.02)
  5. Reuben Ranzo (Roud 3282) (3.13)

Side 2

  1. Peggy O’er Sea With a Soldier (Roud 907; Laws P13; G/D 6:1129) (3.13)
  2. Ramble Away (Roud 171; G/D 7:1485) (6.29)
  3. The Cuckoo (Roud 413; G/D 6:1157; Henry H479) (3.33)
  4. The Bold Fisherman (Roud 291; Laws O24; G/D 4:834) (3.32)
  5. Uncle Bulgaria tune (1.52)

All tracks trad. arr. Hedgehog Pie except
Track 1 Richard Thompson

> Folk Music > Records > Hedgehog Pie: Live!

Hedgehog Pie: Live!

Hedgehog Pie: Live! (Blue Guitar BCD023)

Live!
Hedgehog Pie

Blue Guitar Records BCD023 (CD, UK, 2003)

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Live recordings from the 1970s except track 9, a previously unreleased 1974 studio recording;
The first half of the CD is with the 6-piece The Green Lady line-up;
Tracks 11-19 with the semi-acoustic trio of Just Act Normal are from a BBC in Concert performance recorded in the Concert Hall at Broadcaasting House;
Audio edit and remastered by Jed Grimes;
Additional mastering by Alan Femnder

Musicians

Jed Grimes: electric guitar, cittern, vocals;
Mick Doonan, flutes, whistles, uilleann pipes, vocals;
Margi Luckley: lead vocals, tambourine [1-10];
Stu Luckley: bass guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals [1-10];
Martin Jenkins: vocals, mandocello, fiddle, mandolin [1-10];
Alan ‘Dik’ Dixon: drums [1-10];
Dave Burland: lead vocals, acoustic guitars [11-19]

Tracks

  1. Cool Reelies (1.38)
  2. The Burning of Auchindoon (Roud 4010; Child 183) (4.06)
  3. Intro (0.34)
  4. Go With the Flow (4.43)
  5. Intro (0.18)
  6. The Green Lady (7.12)
  7. Intro (0.15)
  8. Planxty Johnson / The Big Kerry Reel (3.02)
  9. The Female Drummer (Roud 226; G/D 1:182; Henry H497) (3.33)
  10. Drops o’ Brandy (1.09)
  11. Blarney Pilgrim / Gander in the Pratie Hole (2.52)
  12. Intro (0.18)
  13. The Angels Took My Racehorse Away (4.38)
  14. Intro (0.55)
  15. Ramble Away (6.23)
  16. The March of the King of Laois (4.49)
  17. Intro (0.30)
  18. The Lowlands of Holland (Roud 484; G/D 6:1116; Henry H180) (4.48)
  19. Dancing the Baby (0.51)

All tracks trad. arr. Hedgehog Pie except
Track 4 Martin Jenkins;
Track 6 Ruth Tongue, The Chime Child;
Track 13 Richard Thompson

> Folk Music > Records > Hedgehog Pie

Other records with Hedgehog Pie

See also the albums of Bob Fox and Stu Luckley and of Dave Burland.

Tony Capstick: Punch & Judy Man (Rubber RUB 008) Tony Capstick, Punch & Judy Man, LP, Rubber RUB 008, 1974

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

Brum Folk 76 Souvenir Album (BRUM 1976) Various Artists, Brumfolk ’76, LP, BRUM 1976, 1976

> Folk Music > Records > Michael Doonan

Other records with Michael Doonan

Note: Michael Doonan is the son of John Doonan and father of Rosie Doonan.

Paul Metsers: Caution to the Wind (Highway SHY 7014) Paul Metsers, Caution to the Wind, LP, Highway SHY 7014, 1981

Martyn Wyndham-Read et al.: The Old Songs (Greenwich Village GVR 225) Martyn Wyndham-Read, Martin Carthy et al., The Old Songs, LP, Greenwich Village GVR 225, 1984

Ashley Hutchings: By Gloucester Docks I Sat Down and Wept (Paradise and Thorns PAT1) Ashley Hutchings, By Gloucester Docks I Sat Down and Wept, LP/CD, Paradise and Thorns PAT1/CDPAT1, 1987

Alistair Russell: A19 (Glade GLDCD0202) Alistair Russell, A19, CD, Glade GLDCD0202, 2002

Various Artists: Evolving Tradition 4 (Mrs Casey MCRCD4002) Various Artists, Evolving Tradition 4, CD, Mrs Casey MCRCD4002, 2004

Rosie Doonan: Moving On (Silvertop SRCD02) Rosie Doonan, Moving On, CD, Silvertop SRCD02, 2007

Rosie Doonan: Pot of Gold (Silvertop SRCD03) Rosie Doonan, Pot of Gold, CD, Silvertop SRCD03, 2010