> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell: On Kielder Side

Kathryn Tickell: On Kielder Side

Kathryn Tickell: On Kielder Side (Saydisc SDL 343)

On Kielder Side
Kathryn Tickell

Saydisc Records / Border Keep SDL/CD-SDL 343 (LP/CD, UK, September 1984)
Musical Heritage Society MHS 7163K (LP, USA, 1985)

Kathryn Tickell: On Kielder Side (Saydisc CD-SDL 343)
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Produced by Keith Proud;
Recorded by Martin Thurlbeck;
Photography by Keith Proud

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes [1-2, 4-9, 11], fiddle [3, 6, 10];
Martin Matthews, mandocello [1, 6, 8, 11], mandolin [6, 8 ,10], cittern [2];
Tom Gilfellon, guitar [1-3, 5-6, 11], 12-string guitar [7];
Tristam Robson, keyboards [6, 10];
Frankie Beegan, bodhrán [6, 10]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Joan's / Cut the File jigs (3.32)
  2. Sweet Hesleyside / slow air / Hesleyside reel (4.25)
  3. The Skate / Beeswing hornpipes (3.29)
  4. Ronell's reel / Bob Thompson's hornpipe and reel (2.51)
  5. The Crooked Bawbee waltz / J.B. Milne polka / Carrick hornpipe (4.40)
  6. The Peacock Followed the Hen slip jig (4.26)
  1. Da Slockit Light reel (2.46)
  2. Kielder Jock / Matt's / The Stage hornpipes (4.40)
  3. Jean's reel (2.43)
  4. Johnny Cope polka / Tipsy Sailor jig (5.45)
  5. Border Spirit slow air / A.B. Hornpipe / Billy Pigg's Hornpipe hornpipes (5.10)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1a H. Clough;
Track 2a Anty Charlton;
Track 2b Tommy Elliot, variations by Richard Butler;
Track 3b James Hill;
Track 4a Alison Crawford;
Track 5b Angus Fisher;
Track 5c Billy Pigg;
Track 7 Tom Anderson;
Track 9 Bobby McLeod;
Track 11c Billy Pigg

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell: Borderlands

Kathryn Tickell: Borderlands

Kathryn Tickell: Borderlands (Black Crow CRO 210)

Borderlands
Kathryn Tickell

Black Crow Records CRO 210 (LP, UK, February 1987)
Resilient Records RES002 (CD, UK, 2002)

Kathryn Tickell: Borderlands (Resilient RES002)
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Produced by Groff Heslop;
Recorded by John Sylvester at Cluny Studios, Newcastle upon Tyne;
Remastered for CD by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios;
Sleeve photography by Frank Beegan;
Alistair Anderson photograph by Rosemary Brown

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes [1-2, 4-5, 7-10], fiddle [1, 3, 5-6];
Gerry Kaley, guitar [3, 4, 8];
Anth Kaley, piano [5-6];
Rod Clements, fretless bass guitar [6, 8, 10], slide guitar [10];
Mick Wright, guitar [5-6];
Martyn Bennett, Scottish small pipes [7];
Alistair Anderson, concertina [6];
Martin Matthews, cittern [3]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Mary the Maid jig / Claudio's polka (2.23)
  2. David's Hornpipe / Tents Hornpipe hornpipes / Walker Street reel (4.50)
  3. Sidlaw Hills / Lord Gordon's / Robson reels (4.33)
  4. Rothbury Hills waltz / Holey Ha'penny hornpipe (3.45)
  5. Brafferton Village waltz / Grey Bull hornpipe / Grey Bull waltz (6.17)
  1. Stellgreen / Roly Gentle / Stellgreen (5.40)
  2. Loch Rannoch waltz / Troy's Wedding jig (4.53)
  3. Gypsy's Lullaby / The Tartar Frigate reel (2.50)
  4. Alston Flower Show hornpipe / Wark Football Team (2.34)
  5. The Flowers of the Forest waltz (3.50)

All tracks trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell except
Track 1b Claudio Bettega;
Track 2a Robert Whinham;
Tracks 3c, 5-6, 9b Kathryn Tickell;
Track 4a Jack Armstrong;
Track 7a John Wilson;
Track 7b Colin Magee;
Track 8a Billy Pigg;
Track 8b Matt Seattle;
Track 10 trad. arr. Rod Clements

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell: Common Ground

Kathryn Tickell: Common Ground

Kathryn Tickell: Common Ground (Black Crow CRO 220)

Common Ground
Kathryn Tickell

Black Crow Records CRO/CRO CD 220 (LP/CD, UK, February 1989)

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Produced by Groff Heslop;
Recorded by Mickey Sweeney at Lynx, Newcastle upon Tyne;
Sleeve photography by Graham Oliver, Jane March and Alan McCann

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes, fiddle;
Chris Newman, guitar;
Danny Thompson, double bass;
Rick Taylor, trombone;
Finn McArdle, percussion;
Mike Tickell, vocals

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Walsh's Hornpipe / Dorrington Lads (3.03)
  2. Richard Moscrop's Waltzes (3.45)
  3. Another Knight / Mrs Bolowski's (2.30)
  4. Niel Gow's Lament (for the Death of his Second Wife) (3.10)
  5. Andrew Knight's Favourite / The Shining Pool (3.35)
  6. Outclassed (2.12)
  1. Glen Aln / Bill Charlton's Fancy (3.32)
  2. Fenham / Catch a Penny Fox (3.45)
  3. Bowmont Water / Geoff Heslop's Reel / The New Rigged Ship (3.30)
  4. Remember Me / Rafferty's Reel (3.50)
  5. The Wild Hills of Wannie (3.04)

All tracks trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell except
Track 3a Patrick Knight;
Tracks 3b, 5a, 8a, 9b, 10 Kathryn Tickell;
Track 4 Niel Gow;
Track 5b Willy Taylor;
Track 6 Rick Taylor;
Track 7a Will Atkinson;
Track 7b Billy Pigg;
Tracks 8b, 9a Ian. Hardie;
Track 10b Patrick Rafferty

> Folk Music > Records > The Kathryn Tickell Band: The Kathryn Tickell Band

The Kathryn Tickell Band

The Kathryn Tickell Band: The Kathryn Tickell Band (Black Crow CRO CD 227)

The Kathryn Tickell Band
The Kathryn Tickell Band

Black Crow Records CRO CD 227 (CD, UK, June 1991)
Resilient Records RES003 (CD, UK, 2002)

The Kathryn Tickell Band: The Kathryn Tickell Band (Resilient RES003)
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Produced by Geoff Heslop;
Recorded by Mickey Sweeney at Redesdale Studios, Elsdon, Northumberland in January 1991;
Remastered for CD by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios in November 2002;
Photographs by Graham Oliver and Eric Murphy

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes, fiddle;
Ian Carr, acoustic and electric guitars;
Geoff Lincoln, fretted and fretless bass guitars;
Lynn Tucker, piano accordion

Tracks

  1. Holey Ha'Penny / The Tyne Bridge Hornpipe (3.40)
  2. Out on the Ocean / The Cacodemon / Coast of Austria / Thomas McElvogue's No 1 (5.25)
  3. Peacock Followed the Hen (4.17)
  4. Drop Dead Waltz / Franklin River Reel (3.56)
  5. Thomas McElvogue's No 2 / Cuckold Come Out of the Avery / Thomas McElvogue's No 3 (4.04)
  6. The Desperation: All the Night I Lay with Jockey / Destitution / Desperation (3.07)
  7. Roly Gentle / Hot Rivets / Tartar Frigate / Closed Face Reel (4.50)
  8. Nancy's Waltz / 200th Birthday Jig (5.02)
  9. Floating from Skerry (2.07)
  10. Dargai / Elsdon Pool / Jockey Stays Long at the Fair (5.19)
  11. Faroe Rum / The Teetotaller / Farewell to Edinburgh / Barrowburn Reel (3.55)
  12. Otterburn (3.34)

All tracks trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell except
Tracks 1b, 4a, 6c, 7a, 8b, 12 Kathryn Tickell;
Track 2c Sean Ryan;
Tracks 2d, 5ac Thomas McElvogue;
Track 4b, 7b Alistair Anderson;
Track 6b Ian Stephenson;
Track 7c Matt Seattle;
Track 6d Ian Stephenson, Kathryn Tickell;
Track 9 Lynn Tucker;
Track 11d Addie Harper

> Folk Music > Records > Mike Tickell: Warksburn

Mike Tickell: Warksburn

Mike Tickell: Warksburn (Black Crow CRO CD 229)

Warksburn
Songs of Northumberland and Its Borders
Mike Tickell

Black Crow Records CRO CD 229 (CD, UK, September 1994)

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Produced by Kathryn Tickell with Geoff Heslop;
Recorded by Mickey Sweeney at Redesdale Studios, Elsdon, Northumberland;
Photographs by Stills Photographics, Whitby;
Cover art: “Horizontal Wark” by Derek Dalton

Musicians

Mike Tickell, vocals;
Paul Flush, piano;
Kathryn Tickell, violin, viola, Northumbrian small pipes;
Neil Harland, bass;
Martin Simpson, guitar

with
Dean Newsome, background vocals [6, 8];
Bruce Arthur, berimbao [7];
Rick Taylor, trombone [13]

Tracks

  1. Bonnie North Tyne (3.19)
  2. Feckless Willy (2.05)
  3. Rennie's Song (2.15)
  4. The Auld Fisher's Farewell to the Coquet (3.33)
  5. At the End of the Day (2.54)
  6. I Hae Seen the Roses Blaw (3.51)
  7. Brundeanlaws (4.10)
  8. Wild Hills of Wannie (3.39)
  9. A Jacobite's Exile (1746) (3.21)
  10. Willie's Away tae Jeddart (1.59)
  11. The Kielder Hunt (3.53)
  12. My Bonnie Moorland Home (3.08)
  13. Wark Song (3.23)

All tracks trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell except
Tracks 1, 13 Mike Tickell;
Track 2 words Robert Anderson;
Track 5 words John Laurie;
Tracks 8, 12 words James Armstrong;
Track 10 words James Hogg

> Folk Music > Records > The Kathryn Tickell Band: Signs

The Kathryn Tickell Band: Signs

The Kathryn Tickell Band: Signs (Black Crow CRO CD 230)

Signs
The Kathryn Tickell Band

Black Crow Records CRO CD 230 (CD, UK, May 1994)

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Produced by Geoff Heslop and Kathryn Tickell;
Recorded by Mickey Sweeney at Redesdale Studios, Northumberland;
Photographs by Graham Oliver;
Cover art by Anna Wilkinson

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes, fiddle, piano;
Ian Carr, acoustic and electric guitars;
Geoff Lincoln, fretted and fretless bass guitars;
Karen Tweed, piano accordion

with
Bruce Arthur, percussion;
Penny Callow, cello;
Paul Smith, drums

Tracks

  1. Signs: When Love Breaks Down / The First Time (4.27)
  2. Sully's / Halibut (4.07)
  3. Phil the Greek: Fill the Tankard / The Greek Tune (5.11)
  4. 12th of January / Mary Macmaster (4.13)
  5. F Tunes: The F Riff / Sarah Macmanus (3.12)
  6. Rainbow / Farewell to Tchernobyl (4.15)
  7. Brian's Jigs: Purphy's / Donegal Lassies (3.22)
  8. Answerphone Set: Alice's Reel / Ronell's Reel / The Kingfisher (3.49)
  9. Four Wishes: Three Wishes / The Right Jacket (4.00)
  10. Saturday Night: La Bettaille dans la p'tit arbre / The Saturday Night Reel (4.51)
  11. Abid (3.33)
  12. Polkas: Catflap Polka / Hoagie's Diner / Kerry Polka (4.06)
  13. Westoe (3.55)

Track 1a Paddy McAloon;
Tracks 1b, 2b, 4a, 13 Kathryn Tickell;
Track 2a Tony Sullivan;
Track 3a trad. / Kathryn Tickell Band;
Track 3b, 12c trad.;
Track 6a Matt Seattle;
Track 6b Michel Ferry;
Track 7 Brian Finnegan;
Track 8a Frankie Gavin;
Track 8b Alison Crawford;
Track 8c, 9b, 10b, 12a Kathryn Tickell Band;
Track 12b Karen Tweed

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell: The Gathering

Kathryn Tickell: The Gathering

Kathryn Tickell: The Gathering (Park PRKCD 39)

The Gathering
Kathryn Tickell

Park Records PRK CD39 (CD, UK, March 1997)

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Produced by Kathryn Tickell;
Recorded by Mickey Sweeney at Redesdale Studios, Northumberland;
Mixed by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios, Edinburgh;
Mastered by Jim Sutherland and Robin Rankin at CaVa Sound, Glasgow;
Photography by Graham Oliver and John Faulkner;
Cover painting by Michael Bennett

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes, fiddle;
Ian Carr, guitar;
Neil Harland, bass

with
Paul Flush, piano [3, 11];
Brendan Power, harmonica [7-8]

Tracks

  1. Raincheck (2.58)
  2. Lads of Alnwick / Sunderland Lasses / Peacock's March (5.43)
  3. Redesdale (3.15)
  4. La Battaile dans la pétit arbre / Acharavi Waltz (3.59)
  5. The Gathering (3.26)
  6. Kate's House (1.43)
  7. Real Blues Reel (3.26)
  8. St Kilda Wedding / Pjotr (4.23)
  9. Green Brechans o' Branton / I Saw My Love Come Passing By (3.45)
  10. Tune for Matt Robson / Kathleen (7.27)
  11. Mr Nelson's Birthday Waltz (3.46)

All tracks written by Kathryn Tickell except
Tracks 2ab, 9a trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Ian Carr;
Tracks 2c, 4a, 8a, 9b trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Ian Carr, Neil Harland;
Track 7 Brendan Power

Video

The Kathryn Tickell Band plays Lads of Alnwick live at The Zodiac, Oxford, in September 2004:

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell & Friends: The Northumberland Collection

Kathryn Tickell & Friends: The Northumberland Collection

Kathryn Tickell & Friends: The Northumberland Collection (Park PRKCD 42)

The Northumberland Collection
Kathryn Tickell & Friends

Park Records PRK CD42 (CD, UK, January 1998)

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Produced by Kathryn Tickell;
Recorded at Axis Audio, Haydon Bridge; Castlegate Studios, Stockton; Nancy and Willie Taylor's front room, North Middleton;
Mixed by Kathryn Tickell and Mike Frankland;
Mastered by Denis Blackham at Country Masters;
Photography by Graham Oliver;
Design and typography by Riverline Colourgraphics, Oxford

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes [1, 4, 6-7, 10, 12, 14], viola [1, 3], fiddle [2, 6, 8, 10-11, 13, 15];
Ian Carr, guitar [1, 6, 8, 10, 14];
Julian Sutton, melodeon [2, 7, 11, 13];
Carolyn Robson, vocals [3, 9, 12];
Paul Flush, piano [3, 12];
Sean Barry, harp [4, 9];
Terry Conway, vocals [5, 15], guitar [15];
Neil Harland, bass [6, 8, 10], doublebass [14];
Matt Seattle, Border pipes [8];
Willie Taylor, fiddle [11];
Paul Handyside, 12 string guitar [15]

Tracks

  1. Rothbury Hills (2.48)
  2. Old Morpeth Rant / Morpeth Rant / Hesleyside Reel (3.20)
  3. Felton Lonnen (Roud 3166) (3.06)
  4. Whittingham Green Lane (3.38)
  5. Robin Spraggon's Old Grey Mare (Roud 3063) (3.15)
  6. Stagshaw Bank Fair / Shew's the Way to Wallington / Mike to Ride (3.29)
  7. Sir John Fenwick's the Flower Amang Them / Sir Sidney Smith's March (5.37)
  8. Lindisfarne (2.57)
  9. Bonny at Morn (Roud 3064) (3.45)
  10. Otterburn (4.09)
  11. The Breamish / Warksburn Waltz / Elsey's Waltz (3.43)
  12. Sair Fyel'd Hinny (Roud 3062; G/D 3:481) (2.21)
  13. Jockey Lay Up in the Hayloft / Bellingham Boat (2.18)
  14. Northumberland Air (3.12)
  15. Fareweel Regality (4.59)

Track 1 Jack Armstrong;
Tracks 2ab, 3-4, 7, 11ab, 12, 13a trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell;
Tracks 2c Tommy Elliott;
Track 5 trad. arr. Terry Conway;
Track 6 trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Ian Carr, Neil Harland;
Track 8 Matt Seattle;
Track 9 trad. arr. Barry;
Track 10 Kathryn Tickell;
Track 11c Archie Dagg;
Track 13b Robert Whinham;
Track 14 Valerie Adamson;
Track 15 Terry Conway

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell: Debateable Lands

Kathryn Tickell: Debateable Lands

Kathryn Tickell: Debateable Lands (Park PRKCD 50)

Debateable Lands
Kathryn Tickell

Park Records PRK CD50 (CD, UK, May 1999)

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Produced by Kathryn Tickell and Kit Haigh;
Recorded and mixed by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios, Pencaitland, Scotland;
Photograph of Kathryn Tickell by Graham Oliver;
Album artwork, design and band photography by Gemma Lee at Gigantic Promotions and Gwen at Riverline

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes, fiddle;
Kit Haigh, guitar;
Julian Sutton, melodeon;
Neil Harland, bass

with
Ron Shaw, cello;
Troy Donockley, uilleann pipes;
Nick Holland, piano

Tracks

  1. The Wedding / Because He Was a Bonny Lad (3.43)
  2. Our Kate / The Welcome Home (4.56)
  3. In Dispraise of Whisky / Swig Jig (4.19)
  4. Road to the North / Hanging Bridge / All at Sea (6.24)
  5. The Return (3.26)
  6. Kilfenora / My Laddie Sits Ower Late Up (3.06)
  7. Dunstanburgh / Kathryn's Favourite (7.01)
  8. The Magpie / Rothbury Road / Cold Shoulder (7.21)
  9. Hut on Staffen Island / Random (4.35)
  10. Stories from the Debateable Lands: Debateable Lands / Lawless / Debateable Jig / Armstrongs Schottische / Armstrongs Reel (9.18)
  11. Our Kate (3.29)

All tracks written by Kathryn Tickell except
Tracks 1b, 6 arr. Kathryn Tickell, Julian Sutton, Kit Haigh, Neil Harland;
Tracks 2b, 8c Kathryn Tickell, Paul Handyside;
Tracks 3a arr. Kathryn Tickell, Kit Haigh, Neil Harland;
Tracks 3b, 7b Julian Sutton;
Tracks 4a Alistair Anderson;
Tracks 4b Kit Haigh;
Tracks 9a Phil Cunningham;
Tracks 9b James Hill

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell & Ensemble Mystical

Kathryn Tickell & Ensemble Mystical

Kathryn Tickell & Ensemble Mystical (Park PRKCD 57)

Kathryn Tickell & Ensemble Mystical
Kathryn Tickell

Park Records PRK CD57 (CD, UK, October 2000)

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Produced by Kathryn Tickell;
Recorded by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios, Pencaitland, Scotland except [10] vocals recorded at Hi-Level Studios, Whitley Bay, and fiddles recorded in the living room;
Mixed by Stuart Hamilton;
Photograph and cover artwork by Ian Thomson

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes [1, 3, 5, 10], fiddle [1-2, 4, 6, 8-10], vocals [6], additional vocals [4, 9];
Ron Shaw, cello [1-2, 4-6, 8-10];
Mary Macmaster, harp [1-2, 4-6, 8, 10], prepared harp [7], vocals [2, 4, 7, 9], harmony vocals [6];
Julian Sutton, melodeons [1, 5-6, 8-10];
John Kenny, trombone [1, 5, 7], alphorn [1, 3], tenor sackbut [2], carnyx [9], sackbut [9], recorder [10]

with
Allan Wood, vocals [11];
Donald Hay, percussion [7]

Tracks

  1. Sevens: Sevens / Halting Steps / Sevens (3.48)
  2. Da Day Dawn / Taladh ar Slanair (6.02)
  3. Carols: Whence Is That Goodly Fragrance Flowing / Dame Get Up (3.34)
  4. The Maisters (2.17)
  5. F/G Set: 697 Reel / Tailgating the Minister / F/G Jig (4.56)
  6. Corn Fiddler (4.01)
  7. Border Widow's Lament (Roud 199; Child 106; G/D 1:163) (4.30)
  8. First of the Year Set: Hogmanay Waltz / Christmas Day ida Morning / The First of the Year (5.44)
  9. The Burning Babe (3.43)
  10. Mitford: Mitford Galloway / Percy's Revenge (5.12)
  11. Corn Fiddler poem / Coquet Sight (4.13)

Tracks 1, 5, 8ac, 11b Kathryn Tickell;
Track 2a trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Ron Shaw;
Track 2b trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Mary Macmaster, Ron Shaw;
Track 3a trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, John Kenny;
Track 3b trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell;
Track 4 words Howard Purdie, music Kathryn Tickell;
Track 6 words Allan Wood, music Kathryn Tickell, Paul Handyside;
Track 7 trad. arr. Mary Macmaster, Donald Hay, John Kenny, Kathryn Tickell;
Track 8b trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Mary Macmaster;
Track 9 words Robert Southwell (1561-1595), music Chris Wood;
Track 10a trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Julian Sutton, Ron Shaw;
Track 10b Julian Sutton;
Track 11a words Allan Wood

> Folk Music > Records > Andy Sheppard & Kathryn Tickell: Music for a New Crossing

Andy Sheppard & Kathryn Tickell: Music for a New Crossing

Andy Sheppard & Kathryn Tickell: Music for a New Crossing (Provocateur PVC 2001)

Music for a New Crossing
Andy Sheppard & Kathryn Tickell

Provocateur Records PVC 2001 (CD, UK, September 2001)

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Music for a New Crossing was commissioned jointly from Andy Sheppard and Kathryn Tickell by music north, the presenting and producing arm of Music Centre Gateshead. Andy and Kathryn gave the first performance themselves, live on Gateshead Millennium Bridge, on September 14, 2001 as part of a weekend of musical activity running up to the public opening of the Bridge on September 17, 2001.

Recorded by John Waterhouse live at Christchurch Studios, Bristol, in July 2001;
Produced and mixed by Andy Sheppard

Musicians

Andy Sheppard, saxophones, programming, guitar, keyboards;
Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes;
Chris Wells, percussion

Tracks

  1. Part 1 (12.38)
  2. Part 2 (4.58)
  3. Part 3 (4.19)

Composed and performed by Andy Sheppard and Kathryn Tickell

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell: Back to the Hills

Kathryn Tickell: Back to the Hills

Kathryn Tickell: Back to the Hills (Resilient RES001)

Back to the Hills
Solos, duets & trios
Kathryn Tickell

Resilient Records RES001 (CD, UK, 2002)

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Produced by Kathryn Tickell;
Recorded by Kathryn Tickell and Mark Whyles in various living rooms and by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios, Pencaitland;
Mixed and mastered by Stuart Hamilton;
Sleeve photograph by unknown photographer;
Design and artwork by JTD design

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes, fiddle;
Willie Taylor, fiddle;
Julian Sutton, melodeon;
Mary Macmaster, harp;
Andy May, Northumbrian small pipes;
David Milligan, piano

with
Paul Flush, piano [7, 13];
Daniel Lapp, trumpet [12c]

Tracks

  1. Patrick Robert Menzies / Whinshields / Whinham's reels (4.02)
  2. Wild Hills of Wannies / My Sunny Day jigs (4.49)
  3. Jacky Layton reel (2.46)
  4. Andrew's March / Kielder Schottische / Shirley's Reel (4.25)
  5. What It Is / Fare Well jigs (3.22)
  6. Gin Ye Kiss My Wife I'll Tell the Minister / Inverness Gathering (4.21)
  7. The Champion / The Old Drove Road / Old Hornpipe hornpipes (3.56)
  8. Keel Row reel with variations (2.36)
  9. Westoe (4.23)
  10. Lasses Pisses Brandy / Holmes' Fancy / Madame Bonaparte (6.15)
  11. Far Frae Hame / Willafjord / Hesleyside Reel (3.56)
  12. Thanks to Cocks and Bryan / 40 Years at Ford / Old As the Hills (5.46)
  13. Flower of the Quern (2.24)

Track 1a, 5a, 9, 12b Kathryn Tickell;
Tracks 1bc, 10 trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Andy May;
Track 2a, 3, 4b, 5b, 6a, 7ac, 8, 11ab, 13 trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell;
Track 2b Yuhki Ohnogi;
Track 4a John Dagg;
Track 4c Willie Taylor;
Track 6b Mary Macmaster;
Track 7b Billy Pigg;
Track 11c Thomas Elliot;
Track 12a Ken Bloom;
Track 12c Daniel Lapp

> Folk Music > Records > The Kathryn Tickell Band: Air Dancing

The Kathryn Tickell Band: Air Dancing

The Kathryn Tickell Band: Air Dancing (Park PRKCD 72)

Air Dancing
The Kathryn Tickell Band

Park Records PRK CD72 (CD, UK, August 2004)

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Produced by Kathryn Tickell;
Recorded by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios, Pencaitland, Scotland;
Mixed by Stuart Hamilton and Kathryn Tickell;
Cover design by John Tait at Lazy Grace

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes, fiddle;
Peter Tickell, fiddle, viola;
Julian Sutton, melodeon;
Joss Clapp, guitar, acoustic bass guitar

with
Donald Hay, percussion, noises;
Kit Haigh, guitar [7]

Tracks

  1. April (3.40)
  2. Rhymeside: Rhymeside 3 / Redders (3.48)
  3. Small & Wild: Small Coals and Little Money / Wild Berries (4.14)
  4. Herd: Herd on the Hill / Elsie Marley (3.40)
  5. Waltzes: Mike Tickell's Birthday Waltz / Carolina's / Wedding Gift (6.40)
  6. Winding Sideways (3.06)
  7. Bridge: The Very First Fish / Music for a New Crossing (Part 2) (4.36)
  8. Long Grass: Long Grass / Ha'penny Fields / A Broken Shell (4.50)
  9. Peter Man: Peter Man / The Weasel of Colterscleuch / Fiddlebeat Breakdown / Falls of Altnarie (5.53)
  10. Air Moving (3.52)
  11. Herbert: Herbert the Sherbet / The Stool of Repentance / The Bar Is Ruaridh (4.54)
  12. Steve and Jenny (3.28)

Track 1 Ron Purvis arr. Kathryn Tickell, Peter Tickell, Joss Clapp, Julian Sutton;
Track 2a Alistair Anderson;
Tracks 2b, 8a Joss Clapp;
Tracks 3a, 4 trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Peter Tickell, Joss Clapp, Julian Sutton;
Track 3b Rory Campbell;
Track 4a Kathryn Tickell, Peter Tickell;
Track 4b Peter Tickell;
Track 5c D. Panting;
Track 6, 11c Julian Sutton;
Tracks 7a, 8bc, 9a, 10, 12 Kathryn Tickell;
Track 7b Kathryn Tickell, Andy Sheppard;
Track 9b Kathryn Tickell, Peter Tickell, Joss Clapp, Julian Sutton;
Track 9c Daniel Lapp;
Track 9d Ian Hardie;
Track 11a Martin Ellison;
Track 11b Niel Gow arr. Kathryn Tickell, Peter Tickell, Joss Clapp, Julian Sutton

Video

The Kathryn Tickell Band plays Air Moving live at The Zodiac, Oxford, in September 2004:

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell & Corrina Hewat: The Sky Didn't Fall

Kathryn Tickell & Corrina Hewat: The Sky Didn't Fall

Kathryn Tickell & Corrina Hewat: The Sky Didn't Fall (Park PRKCD 88)

The Sky Didn't Fall
Kathryn Tickell & Corrina Hewat

Park Records PRK CD88 (CD, UK, February 2006)

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Recorded, mixed and mastered by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios, Pencaitland, Scotland;
Produced by Kathryn Tickell and Corrina Hewat;
Photographs by Tom Pickard and Heidi Pearson;
Cover ideas by Corrina Hewat and David Milligan;
Artwork and design by Gwen Morgan

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian pipes, fiddle, vocals;
Corrina Hewat, Scottish harp, vocals

Tracks

  1. Favourite Place (1.06)
  2. Brig Set: Peewits Hornpipe / Brig o' Perth / Left-Handed Fiddler (3.33)
  3. Brose and Butter (Roud 12585) / Bob and Joan / Drops of Brandy (5.24)
  4. There'll Never Be Peace Until Jamie Comes Hame (Roud 5782) (3.16)
  5. Mike to Mutt: Mike's Waltz / Macdonald's Jig / Mutt's Jig / Mutt's Favourite (4.52)
  6. Fause, Fause (Roud 8276) (3.17)
  7. Hawthorn: Hawthorn / Elmo Lives Downstairs / Dolina Mackay (6.54)
  8. Felton Lonnen (Roud 3166) / Can Ye Sew Cushions? (Roud 5527) (3.41)
  9. The Lads: Drover Lads / Cameron Highlanders (2.40)
  10. My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose (Roud 12946) (3.21)
  11. Favourite Place: Favourite Place / My Favourite Place / Cheviot Hills / Warksburn Waltz (10.41)

Tracks 1 words Kathryn Tickell, music Corrina Hewat;
Tracks 2a, 5c, 7a, 11bc Kathryn Tickell;
Tracks 2b, 3, 6, 8, 9a, 11d trad.;
Track 2c, 9b James Scott Skinner;
Track 4, 10 Robert Burns;
Track 5a Mike Katz;
Track 5b, 7b, 11a Corrina Hewat;
Track 5d Jerry Holland;
Track 7c John MacInnes;
Track 8 words trad. / Johnny Handle, music trad.

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell: Strange But True

Kathryn Tickell: Strange But True

Kathryn Tickell: Strange But True (Park PRKCD 90)

Strange But True
Kathryn Tickell

Park Records PRK CD90 (CD, UK, November 2006)

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Recorded, mixed and mastered by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios, Pencaitland, Scotland
except The Brazz Brothers and Kathryn's pipes on [9] recorded in Norway and Newcastle;
Produced by Kathryn Tickell;
Photographs by Graham Olivier;
Artwork and design by Gwen Morgan

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes [1, 3, 6, 8-9, 11, 13], fiddle [2, 4-5, 10], viola [4, 7], vocals [7];
Andy Sheppard, soprano and tenor saxophones [1];
Catriona Macdonald, fiddle [2];
Corrina Hewat, Scottish harp [3, 7, 9], vocals [7];
Kate Doherty, Olivia Ross, vocals [4];
Ian Stephenson, guitar [4];
Julien Batten, accordion [4];
Folkestra [5, 10]:
    Jane Brown, David Jones, Kev Lees, Vicky Lewis, Chris Lewis, Kathryn Tickell, fiddles;
    Matthew Dean, Leanne Lawson, flutes; Joe O'Connor, melodeon;
    Kate Selby, harp; Matthew Jones, guitar; Dan Rogers, bass guitar;
Pipelines [6, 8]:
    Rory Campbell, Border pipes, whistles; Anxo Lorenzo, gaita gallega (Galician pipes), whistles;
    Malcolm Stitt, guitar; Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes;
    Luigi Lai, launeddas [8]; Neil Harland, double bass [8];
The Brazz Brothers [9, 13]:
    Jarle Ferde, Jan Magne Ferde, trumpets; Runar Tafjord, French horn; Helge Ferde, trombone;
    Stein Erik Tafjord, tuba; Marcus Lewin, drums and percussion;
Karen Tweed, accordion [11];
Neil Harland, double bass [11];
Rory Campbell, Anxo Lorenzo, gaita gallega (Galician pipes) [12];
The Demagogue Reacts! [14]:
    Paul Flush, Hammond organ; Johan Vanderdriessche, saxophone; Frank Michiels, percussion

Tracks

  1. Side Echoes / Down the Side with Andy Sheppard (5.22)
  2. Brides Marches: Unst Bridal March / Da Bride's a Boannie Ting with Catriona Macdonald (4.27)
  3. Air Moving / Over the Border / Holmes' Fancy with Corrina Hewat (5.01)
  4. Winter Is Past with Kaie Doherty & Olivia Ross (3.03)
  5. Dream Waltz with Folkestra (2.53)
  6. Cockle Geordie / Donald Willie and His Dog with Pipelines (3.57)
  7. Here's the Tender Coming (Roud 3174) / Captain Bover (Roud 3147) with Corrina Hewat (6.05)
  8. Men of Destiny / Heidi with Pipelines (4.02)
  9. Wild Hills of Wannies with The Brazz Brothers (3.33)
  10. Jimmy Allan / Salmon Tails Up the Water with Folkestra (5.04)
  11. Brafferton Village / Walsh's Hornpipe with Karen Tweed (5.06)
  12. Pasodoble Gallego / Splish Splash with Anxo Lorenz & Rory Campbell (3.16)
  13. Rafferty's Unreal with The Brazz Brothers (3.45)
  14. Techno Ate the Musicians with The Demagogue Reacts! (7.02)

Track 1a Kathryn Tickell, Andy Sheppard;
Tracks 1b, 3a, 11a, 13 Kathryn Tickell;
Track 2 trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Catriona Macdonald;
Tracks 3bc, 7b trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Corrina Hewat;
Track 4 words Robert Burns, music Kate Doherty;
Track 5 Cliff Stapleton;
Track 6a trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Malcolm Stitt, Rory Campbell, Anxo Lorenzo;
Track 6b Donald Morrison;
Track 7a, 9-10 trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell;
Track 8a Diarmuid Moynihan;
Track 8b, 12b Rory Campbell;
Track 12a trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Stitt, Rory Campbell, Anxo Lorenzo;
Track 14 Paul Flush

> Folk Music > Records > The Kathryn Tickell Band: Instrumental

The Kathryn Tickell Band: Instrumental

The Kathryn Tickell Band: Instrumental (Park PRKCD 92)

Instrumental
The Kathryn Tickell Band

Park Records PRK CD92 (CD, UK, July 2007)

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Produced by Kathryn Tickell;
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios, Pencaitland, Scotland;
Photography by Graham Oliver;
Artwork by Gewn Morgan

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes, fiddle (& minimal glockenspiel);
Peter Tickell, fiddle, piano;
Ian Stephenson, guitar, melodeon;
Julian Sutton, melodeon, piano

with
Dov Goldberg, clarinet, bass clarinet;
Joss Clapp, acoustic bass guitar, mandola;
Donald Hay, percussion, noises;
Agustín Fernández, charango

Tracks

  1. Ian's Trip to Wales / Anton's Muñeira (3.32)
  2. Alan and Catherine's Wedding Jig (3.25)
  3. Rip-Off Pharoah / The Mountain Stream / Captain Scuttle (4.33)
  4. Jamie's Air / Jamie's Jig / In the Shadow of the Angel (7.37)
  5. Keelman Ower Land / Farewell to Rothbury / Cat in Coldstream (6.19)
  6. Yeavering (5.55)
  7. One for Julian (3.40)
  8. Hareshaw Burn (3.30)
  9. Coquet to Rede / High Spirits and Short Attention Spans (4.12)
  10. Midton Road / Pots & Pencils / Sheep on the Moor (5.51)
  11. Tiger's First Bird (3.42)

Track 1a, 2, 3a, 4ab, 5cd, 6-8, 9a, 11 Kathryn Tickell;
Track 1b trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell, Peter Tickell, Julian Sutton, Josh Clapp;
Track 3b Alistair Anderson;
Track 3c, 10b Peter Tickell;
Track 4c, 9b Julian Sutton;
Track 5a trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell;
Track 5b Ian Stephenson, Julian Sutton;
Track 10a Nick Spencer;
Track 10c Matthew Dean

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell & Peter Tickell: What Wo Do

Kathryn Tickell & Peter Tickell: What Wo Do

Kathryn Tickell & Peter Tickell: What Wo Do (Resilient RES005)

What Wo Do
Kathryn Tickell & Peter Tickell

Resilient Records RES005 (CD, UK, 2008)

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Produced by Kathryn Tickell;
Recorded by Kathryn Tickell and Mark Whyles in various living rooms and by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios, Pencaitland;
Mixed and mastered by Stuart Hamilton;
Sleeve photograph by unknown photographer;
Design and artwork by JTD design

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian small pipes, fiddle, vocals;
Peter Tickell, fiddle, guitar

Tracks

  1. Cuddy Clauder / Cameron Highlanders (3.22)
  2. Snowy Monday / Kielder Schottische (3.40)
  3. Tiger's First Bird / Ettrick Reel (2.38)
  4. Here's the Tender Coming (Roud 3174) / Soundcheck Slip (4.24)
  5. Alan & Catherine's Wedding Jig / Music for a New Crossing (Part 2) (3.25)
  6. Tam's Auld Love Song / Whinham's (3.46)
  7. Gypsy's Lullaby / Steve & Jenny / Billy Pigg's Hornpipe (5.34)
  8. Willy's Away to Jeddart / Come with Happy (2.55)
  9. Perfect Day / Allery Burn (4.04)
  10. Pontevedra / Teams Spirit / Reynard's (4.26)
  11. Bill Charlton's Fancy (2.47)
  12. The Touch of the Master's Hand / Mrs Jamieson's Favourite (5.32)

Tracks 1a, 2b, 4a, 6, 7b, 8a, 10a trad.;
Track 1b James Scott Skinner;
Track 2a Willie Taylor;
Tracks 3, 4b, 5a, 9, 10c Kathryn Tickell;
Track 5b Kathryn Tickell, Alan Shepperd;
Tracks 7ac, 11 Billy Pigg;
Track 8b Rachel Cross;
Track 10b Peter Tickell;
Track 12a Myra Brooks Welch;
Track 12b Charles Grant

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell: The Best of Kathryn Tickell

The Best of Kathryn Tickell

Kathryn Tickell: The Best of Kathryn Tickell (Park PRKCD 107)

The Best of Kathryn Tickell
Kathryn Tickell

Park Records PRK CD107 (2 CD, UK, November 30, 2009)

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Compilation co-ordination by John Dagnell with Kathryn Tickell & Bob Prowse;
Remastered by Andrew Tulloch;
Front cover photo by Graham Oliver;
Sleeve design by Gwen Morgan

Tracks

CD 1CD 2
  1. Our Kate / The Welcome Home (4.56)
  2. Lads of Alnwick / Sunderland Lasses / Peacock's March (5.43)
  3. Peter Man: Peter Man / The Weasel of Colterscleuch / Fiddlebeat Breakdown / Falls of Altnarie (5.53)
  4. Stories from the Debateable Lands: Debateable Lands / Lawless / Debateable Jig / Armstrongs Schottische / Armstrongs Reel (9.18)
  5. The Wedding / Because He Was a Bonny Lad (3.43)
  6. Side Echoes / Down the Side (5.22)
  7. Rip-Off Pharoah / The Mountain Stream / Captain Scuttle (4.33)
  8. Westoe (4.23)
  9. Favourite Place: Favourite Place / My Favourite Place / Cheviot Hills / Warksburn Waltz (10.41)
  10. Bill Charlton's Fancy (2.47)
  11. Jockey Lay Up in the Hayloft / Bellingham Boat (2.18)
  12. Brafferton Village / Walsh's Hornpipe (5.06)
  13. Jamie's Air / Jamie's Jig / In the Shadow of the Angel (7.37)
  14. Rothbury Hills (2.48)
  1. Hareshaw Burn (3.30)
  2. Rhymeside: Rhymeside 3 / Redders (3.48)
  3. Small & Wild: Small Coals and Little Money / Wild Berries (4.14)
  4. Stagshaw Bank Fair / Shew's the Way to Wallington / Mike to Ride (3.29)
  5. Gin Ye Kiss My Wife I'll Tell the Minister / Inverness Gathering (4.21)
  6. Dunstanburgh / Kathryn's Favourite (7.01)
  7. Thomas McElvogue's No 2 / Cuckold Come Out of the Avery / Thomas McElvogue's No 3 (4.04)
  8. What It Is / Fare Well jigs (3.22)
  9. Here's the Tender Coming (Roud 3174) / Captain Bover (Roud 3147) (6.05)
  10. Tune for Matt Robson / Kathleen (7.27)
  11. Roly Gentle / Hot Rivets / Tartar Frigate / Closed Face Reel (4.50)
  12. Midton Road / Pots & Pencils / Sheep on the Moor (5.51)
  13. Alan and Catherine's Wedding Jig (3.25)
  14. Flower of the Quern (2.24)
  15. Tiger's First Bird (3.42)
  16. Pipes Lament (0.00)
  17. Corn Fiddler poem / Coquet Sight (4.13)

Tracks 21, 25 are from The Kathryn Tickell Band (Black Crow CRO CD 227, 1991)
Tracks 2, 24 are from The Gathering (PRK CD39, 1997)
Tracks 11, 14, 18 are from The Northumberland Collection (PRK CD42, 1998)
Tracks 1, 4-5, 20 are from Debateable Lands (PRK CD50, 1999)
Track 31 is from Ensemble Mystical (PRK CD57, 2000)
Tracks 8, 19, 22,28 are from Back to the Hills (Resilient RES001, 2002)
Tracks 3, 16-17 are from Air Dancing (PRK CD72, 2004)
Track 9 is from The Sky Didn't Fall (PRK CD88, 2006)
Tracks 6, 12, 23 are from Strange But True (PRK CD90, 2006)
Tracks 7, 13, 15, 26-27, 29 are from Instrumental (PRK CD92, 2007)
Track 10 is from What We Do (Resilient RES005, 2008)
Track 30 © Audio Networks plc

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell: Northumbrian Voices

Kathryn Tickell: Northumbrian Voices

Kathryn Tickell: Northumbrian Voices (Park PRKCD 121)

Northumbrian Voices
Three generations of music, song and stories from rural Northumberland
Kathryn Tickell

Park Records PRK CD121 (2 CD, UK, September 17, 2012)

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Recorded live at Cecil Sharp House, London, in November 2011;
Stage show directed by Annie Rigby;
Live sound by Julien Batten;
Additional recording by Kit Haigh and Julien Batten in May 2012;
Produced by Kit Haigh and Kathryn Tickell;
Edited and mixed by Kit Haigh;
Mastered by Andrew Tulloch at Blue Studio, London;
Photography by Shaun Bloodworth;
Archive photos courtesy of Kathryn's family;
Design by LetsKiosk.com

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian pipes, fiddle, voice;
Mike Tickell, voice;
Hannah Rickard, voice, fiddle;
Kit Haigh, guitar, voice;
Patsy Reid, fiddle, voice;
Julian Sutton, melodeon

with
Amy Thatcher, piano accordion;
David McCracken, voice

Tracks

CD 1: Part OneCD 2: Part Two
  1. Recorded Voices (1.15)
    Words: Nancy Moscrop, John Robson, Frank Moscrop
  2. The Fiddle (6.08)
    Words: Frank Moscrop; Tunes: Armstrongs Schottische / First of the Year / Duns Dings a'
  3. (Intro) (2.48)
  4. Learning to Play (7.39)
    Words: Willie Taylor, Nancy Taylor, Will Atkinson, John Robson; Tunes: Snowy Monday, Nancy Taylor's Reel, Redeside Hornpipe, Ye Banks and Braes
  5. (Intro) (1.40)
  6. The Shining Pool / Tumblers Hornpipe (2.08)
  7. Walking to Dances (5.34)
    Words: Will Atkinson, Willie Taylor, Stella Robson, Alan Robson, Eveline Nicholas, Kathleen Tickell; Tunes: Brownieside Polka, Bonny North Tyne; Words: Nancy Moscrop
  8. Canny Shepherd Laddies (3.38)
  9. Will Arkinson (Words) (1.51)
    Words: Will Atkinson; Tune: Brownieside Polka
  10. Will Arkinson (Song) (2.45)
  11. Hard Times (13.45)
    Words: Nancy Moscrop, Willie Taylor, Kathryn Tickell; Tunes: Pipes Lament, In the Shadow of the Angel
  12. Small Coats (2.40)
    Small Coals and Little Money / Ettrick Real
  1. Redesmouth Road / 27 Miles (3.44)
  2. The Quadbike (3.09)
    Words: Thomas Scott; Tune: Quadbike
  3. (Intro) (1.57)
  4. Your Cheatin' Heart (1.51)
  5. The Feisty Gamecock (3.17)
    Words: Thomas Scott; Tunes: The Hen's March Ower the Midden / Buntata Sgadan
  6. (Intro) (1.53)
  7. Grey Bull / Wark Football Team (2.23)
  8. Wildflowers & Grass (5.25)
    Words: Thomas Scott, Neil Dagg; Tune: Hooray Henry of Glentogle
  9. Allery Burn (2.10)
  10. (Intro) (1.54)
  11. Carrick Hornpipe (1.47)
  12. (Intro) (2.25)
  13. Song for the North Tyne (2.46)
  14. Childhood (4.12)
    Words: Kathleen Tickell; Tunes: GoadstonesCrag, Hanging Bridge
  15. (Intro) (0.56)
  16. Willie Taylor set (5.34)
    Farewell to the Dene / Pearl Wedding / Hesleyside Reel
  17. (Encore Intro) (0.39)
  18. The Company Makes the Feast (3.15)
  19. Northumbrian Voices (11.20)
    Words: Willie Taylor, Frank & Nancy Moscrop, Thomas Scott, David McCracken, Matt Robson, Kathleen Tickell

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell & The Side

Kathryn Tickell & The Side

Kathryn Tickell & The Side (Resilient RES006)

Kathryn Tickell & The Side
Kathryn Tickell & The Side

Resilient Records RES006 (CD, UK, September 29, 2014)

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Produced by Kathryn Tickell;
Recorded by Julien Batten at Loft Studios, Newcastle upon Tyne;
Mixed and mastered by Andrew Tulloch at the Blue Studio, London;
Band photos by Graham Oliver;
Background photos by Kathryn Tickell and Ed Blazey;
Design by Ed Blazey at Roots & Wings

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian pipes, fiddle, vocals;
Louisa Tuck, cello;
Amy Thatcher, accordion, vocals, clog dancing;
Ruth Wall, harps, vocals

with
Dominic Miller, guitar [4, 9, 12];
Bradley Cheswick, violin [1, 10];
Marney O'Sullivan, percussion [4-5, 11];
Ian Stephenson, double bass [1, 9];
Rosie Calvert, steel pan [12]

Tracks

  1. Early Air / Tullochgorum (5.09)
  2. New Minuet / Confluence (3.33)
  3. Dark Skies Waltz (2.56)
  4. Queen of Pleasure (3.37)
  5. Sideslip (2.37)
  6. Bonny Breezes (2.08)
  7. The Nightingale / Molly on the Shore Reel (4.21)
  8. Penguin Notes (3.22)
  9. Ad Gefrin / The Monday Men (5.29)
  10. Stonehaugh (5.21)
  11. The Prior's Standard (4.41)
  12. Ship Tyne Main (3.20)

Tracks 1a, 2b, 3, 6, 8-12 Kathryn Tickell;
Tracks 1b, 7b trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell & The Side;
Track 2a Henry Purcell arr. Kathryn Tickell & The Side;
Track 4 words Charles Algernon Swinburne, music Kathryn Tickell;
Track 5 Amy Thatcher;
Track 7a Percy Grainger

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> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell & Friends: Water of Tyne

Kathryn Tickell & Friends: Water of Tyne

Kathryn Tickell & Friends: Water of Tyne (Magnetic North East MNE001)

Water of Tyne
Kathryn Tickell & Friends

Magnetic North East MNE001 (CD, UK, October 26, 2016)

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Produced by Kathryn Tickell;
Recorded in various locations around the North East of England, mostly by Ian Stephenseon at Simpson Street Studios;
Additional recording by Julien Batten at Ushaw College, Country Durham, and by Adrian McNally at Aydon, Northumberland;
Mixed and mastered by Andrew Tulloch at the Blue Studio, London;
Cover photo by Peter Atkinson;
Superfolkus photo by Georgia Claire;
Other photos and design by Roots & Wings

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian pipes, fiddle, vocals;
Ian Stephenson, guitar, double bass, harmonium;
Hannah Rickard, vocals [1, 4, 13];
Mike Tickell, vocals [10, 13];
Rachel and Becky Unthank, vocals [3];
Bob Fox, vocals, guitar [7];
Martin Douglas, drums [1, 4, 13];
Ruth Wall, harp [3, 11];
Louisa Tuck, cello [11];
Amy Thatcher, accordion [12];
Julian Sutton, melodeon [3];
Superfolkus: Eve Simpson, vocals; Mickael Biggins, piano; Scott Turnbull, guitar; Richard Hammond, percussion; Sophie Lynch & Kathryn Tickell, fiddle [8]

Tracks

  1. The Water of Tyne (2.40)
  2. Liberty for the Sailors (Interlude 1) (4.05)
  3. Canny Keel Lad (4.05)
  4. Song for a River at Night (3.10)
  5. Between the Piers (3.27)
  6. The Skipper's Wedding (Interlude 2) (3.15)
  7. Big River (5.34)
  8. Dance (To Your Daddy) (4.11)
  9. Sandgate Lass on the Ropery Banks (Interlude 3) (3.00)
  10. Bede's Sparrow (1.48)
  11. Aqua Tinae (3.27)
  12. Water of Tyne (instrumental) (1.52)
  13. Coaly Tyne (2:38)

Tracks 1-2, 6, 9 trad. arr. Kathryn Tickell;
Tracks 3-5 Kathryn Tickell;
Track 7 Jimmy Nail;
Track 8 Eve Simpson, Kathryn Tickell, trad.;
Track 10 words Bede, music Kathryn Tickell;
Track 11 Agustín Fernández;
Track 12 words trad. / Mike Tickell, music Kathryn Tickell

Promo Videos

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell

Other records with Kathryn Tickell

Various Artists, From Sewingshields to Glendale, LP, MWM 1033, 1986

Malcolm's Interview, Breakfast in Bedlam, LP, Special Delivery SPD 1006, 1987

Various Artists, Great Moments of Vinyl History, LP, Special Delivery SPM 1009, 1987

Various Artists, Square Roots: An Unlikely Selection from the Pages of Folk Roots Magazine, LP, FolkRoots FROOT 001, 1987

The Oyster Band, Wide Blue Yonder, LP/CD, Cooking Vinyl COOK 006, 1988

Various Artists, 3.06: A Roots Album for Liverpool, LP, Hillsborough Disaster Fund HILL 306, 1989

Oysterband, The Shouting End of Life, CD, Cooking Vinyl COOKCD091, 1995

Various Artists, The Gathering: Traditional Folk Music Festival, Cork, CD, Real World CDRW62, 1997

Various Artists, Huntingdon Folk, CD, Speaking Volumes SVL 04CD, 1997

Ushna, Twice Brewed, CD, Fellside FECD132, 1998

Various Artists, A Stroll Through the Park, CD, Park PRK CD48, 1999

Various Artists, The Blair Tapes, CD, Erich Trust ETCD01, 2000

Various Artists, Northumberland Rant, CD, Smithsonian Folkways SFW 40473, 2000

Bill Jones, Panchpuran, CD, Brick Wall BRICK 002CD, 2001

Linda Thompson, Fashionably Late, CD, Topic TSCD821, 2002

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

Various Artists, Women in Folk, CD, Park PRK CD62, 2002

FolkESTRA North, FolkESTRA North!, CD, Fellside FECD178, 2003

Andy May, The Yellow Haired Laddie, CD, Fellside FECD174, 2003

June Tabor, An Echo of Hooves, CD, Topic TSCD543, 2003

Julian Sutton, Melodeon Crimes, CD, Resilient RES004, 2005

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2005, 2 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK01, 2005

John Harle, Ballad of Jame Allan, CD, Harle Records HARLE 006, 2007

Jon Lacey, Lost in This Beautiful World, CD, Winding River WRR 009, 2008

Jon Lord, Durham Concerto, CD, Avie AV 2145, 2008

Various Artists, The Rough Guide to English Folk, 2 CD, World Music RGNET 1261 CD, 2011

Cerys Matthews, Hullabaloo, CD, Rainbow City RCMCD008, 2013

Steeleye Span, Wintersmith, CD, Park PRK CD132, 2013

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2013, 3 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK14, 2013

Various Artists, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2015, 2 CD, Proper PROPERFOLK16, 2015