> Folk Music > Records > Maggie Boyle: Reaching Out

Maggie Boyle: Reaching Out

Maggie Boyle: Reaching Out (Run River RRA 003)

Reaching Out
Maggie Boyle

Run River Records RRA 003 / RRA CD 0003 (LP / CD, UK, 1987)

Maggie Boyle: Reaching Out (Run River RRA CD 0003)
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Recorded and produced by Michael Klein at Heartbeat Studios, London;
Digital production master at Tape 1 by Geoff Peschke and Michael Klein;
Design and photography by Gary Marsh, London;
Front cover photograph by Allan Tipping, Devon

Musicians

Maggie Boyle, vocals [1-2, 4-8, 10], flute [3, 6], whistle [9];
Steve Tilston, guitars [1, 3, 5, 7, 9];
Bert Jansch, guitars [1, 6];
Paul Boyle, fiddle [3, 7-9];
Tommy Keane, whistles [1], uilleann pipes [5, 7];
Tony Hinnigan, cello [1, 7];
Chris Swithinbank, piano [10];
Kevin Boyle, banjo [3];
Jacqueline McCarthy, concertina [1];
Mike Taylor, bodhrán [3], congas [9];
Michael Klein, percussion [1], backing vocals [1]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Proud Man (5.15)
  2. The Quiet Land of Erin (2.52)
  3. Joe's in Bed / Peggy's Leg (3.21)
  4. The Mountain Streams Where the Moorcocks Crow (Roud 2124; Henry H32) (4.14)
  5. October Song (3.56)
  1. Lowlands of Holland (Roud 484; G/D 6:1116; Henry H180) (4.58)
  2. Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded (3.52)
  3. Busk Busk Bonnie Lassie (4.02)
  4. Pancake Tuesday / Road to Ballinamuck (2.45)
  5. Reaching Out (4.17)

Tracks 1, 10 Steve Tilston;
Tracks 2, 4 trad. arr. Maggie Boyle;
Tracks 3, 9 Maggie Boyle;
Track 5 Robin Williamson;
Track 6 trad. arr. Maggie Boyle, Bert Jansch;
Track 7 words T. Moore, air trad. arr. Maggie Boyle, Steve Tilston;
Track 8 trad. arr. Maggie Boyle, Paul Boyle

> Folk Music > Records > John Renbourn's Ship of Fools

John Renbourn's Ship of Fools

John Renbourn's Ship of Fools (Run River RRA 009)

John Renbourn's Ship of Fools
John Renbourn (August 8, 1944 - March 26, 2015), Maggie Boyle (December 24, 1956 - November 6, 2014), Steve Tilston, Tony Roberts

Run River Records RRA 009 (LP, UK, 1988)
Flying Fish Records FF 70466 (LP, UK, 1988)
Castle Records CMRCD1248 (CD, UK, 2005)

John Renbourn's Ship of Fools (Castle CMRCD1248)
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Produced by Mitch Greenhill for Folklore Productions Inc.;
Recorded by Ian Dent at Daylight Studios, South Devon, England;
Additional recording and remix by David Edwards at Trax, West Los Angeles, California;
Original sleeve design and artwork by Eric von Schmidt;
CD reissue design and artwork by Hugh Jampton

Musicians

John Renbourn, vocals [2, 10], guitar [1-2, 5, 7-8], cittern [3, 6], lead guitar [9];
Maggie Boyle, vocals [1, 3, 5, 7-10], flute [4, 7, 9], whistle [1-3, 5-6, 8], bodhrán [1, 6];
Steve Tilston, vocals [3, 8, 10], guitar [1, 3, 8], Spanish guitar [7], rhythm guitar [9], mandolin [1, 6], arpeggione [5];
Tony Roberts, vocals [10], flute [1, 4, 7, 9], alto flute [1], clarinet [1, 5, 9], bass clarinet [1], Northumbrian pipes [3, 6, 8], recorders [6], racket [6], soprano saxophone [9];
with
Mitch Greenhill, percussion [6], cabasa [9];
Scott Breadman, hand drum [9], triangle [9];
Michael Tempo, talking drums [9]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Searching for Lambs (Roud 576; Henry H548) (3.41)
  2. Sandwood Down to Kyle (3.55)
  3. Bogie's Bonnie Belle (Roud 2155; G/D 7:1396) (3.55)
  4. Lark in the Clear Air (2.59)
  5. The Martinmass Wind (6.12)
  1. Cobbler’s Jig / Maltese Brawls (3.27)
  2. I Live Not Where I Love (Roud 593) (4.06)
  3. The Verdant Braes of Skreen (Roud 419; Henry H593) (5.00)
  4. Ship of Fools (6.44)
  5. Travellers’ Prayer (2.38)

Track 1 trad. arr. John Renbourn, Maggie Boyle;
Track 2 Dave Goulder;
Tracks 3, 8 trad. arr. Steve Tilston;
Track 4 trad. arr. Maggie Boyle, John Roberts;
Tracks 5, 10 John Renbourn;
Tracks 6-7 trad. arr. John Renbourn, Maggie Boyle, Steve Tilston, John Roberts;
Track 9 John Renbourn, Maggie Boyle, Steve Tilston, John Roberts

> Folk Music > Records > Steve Tilston & Maggie Boyle: Of Moor and Mesa

Steve Tilston & Maggie Boyle: Of Moor and Mesa

Steve Tilston & Maggie Boyle: Of Moor and Mesa (Green Linnet GLCD 3087)

Of Moor and Mesa
Steve Tilston & Maggie Boyle

Run River Records RRA CD 0018 (CD, UK, 1992)
Green Linnet GLCD 3087 (CD, USA, 1993)

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Recorded at Old Bridge Music, Ilkley, West Yorkshire;
Head engineer Chris Newman;
Prodoced and arranged by Steve Tilston and Maggie Boyle;
Front cover painting by Binnie Underhill;
Photography and design by Alun Tipping

Musicians

Steve Tilston, vocals [1, 3, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14], harmony vocals [5], guitar [1, 4, 11], acoustic guitar [2-3, 6, 8-10, 12], Spanish guitar [5, 14], arpeggione [5, 7, 13], mandolin [12];
Maggie Boyle, vocals [2, 4-5, 7, 9, 11, 13], harmony vocals [1, 3, 12, 14], backing vocals [8, 10], flute [5, 7-8, 11, 13], whistles [2, 4, 6, 9], bodhrán [12];
Richard Curran, violin [1-4, 9-12, 14];
Olly Blanchflower, double bass [8, 12];
Chris Newman, bass [1-2, 5, 10, 14]

Tracks

  1. Another Place to Hide (5.31)
  2. If I Were a Blackbird (Roud 387; Henry H79) (4.30)
  3. Then You Remember (3.15)
  4. Silver Dagger (Roud 22621; Laws M4) (4.32)
  5. Sprig of Thyme (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180) (2.50)
  6. The Slip Jigs and Reels (5.52)
  7. The Night Owl Homeward Turns (3.26)
  8. These Sea Dreams (4.09)
  9. The Lamentation of Hugh Reynolds (Roud 2395) (5.08)
  10. Coronado and the Turk (9.19)
  11. Banks of the Sweet Primroses (Roud 586; G/D 8:1841) (3.56)
  12. The Naked Highwayman (4.06)
  13. The Banks of Claudy (Roud 266; Laws N40; G/D 5:1036; Henry H5, H693) (4.45)
  14. Salvation Is Such a Long Way to Go (4.34)

All tracks written by Steve Tilston except
Tracks 2, 4-5, 9, 11, 13 trad. arr. Steve Tilston, Maggie Boyle

> Folk Music > Records > Grace Notes: Down Falls the Day

Grace Notes: Down Falls the Day

Grace Notes: Down Falls the Day (Grace Note GNCD1)

Down Falls the Day
Grace Notes

Grace Note Records GNCD1 (CD, UK, 1993)

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Recorded at “In a City Studio”, Bradford;
Engineered by Carl Stipetic;
Produced by Mike Hockenhull;
Dedicated to Sean Mansley

Musicians

Maggie Boyle, vocals, flute, bodhrán;
Lynda Hardcastle, vocals, tenor recorder;
Helen Hockenhull, vocals, keyboards, lap organ

with guests
Mike Hockenhull, 5-string banjo;
Steve Tilston, acoustic guitar;
Alan Rose, acoustic guitar

Tracks

  1. Roll Around Heaven All Day (3.15)
  2. A Stitch in Time (2.21)
  3. How Can I Keep from Singing? (2.51)
  4. Trouble in Mind (3.14)
  5. Sometime (3.35)
  6. The Black and Bitter Night (3.35)
  7. Reynardine (Roud 397; Laws P15; G/D 2:333) (4.26)
  8. Down Falls the Day (5.33)
  9. Gathering Mushrooms (Roud 7001) (2.13)
  10. Bread and Roses (3.20)
  11. River (3.14)
  12. Tom's Song (5.21)
  13. The Bramble and the Rose (3.32)

Track 1 Haven Gillespie, Beasley Smith;
Track 2 Mike Waterson;
Tracks 3, 7, 9 trad. arr. Grace Notes;
Track 4 Richard M. Jones;
Track 5 Ysaye Maria Barnwell;
Track 6 Peter Bellamy;
Track 8 Steve Tilston;
Track 10 James Oppenheim, Mimi Fariña;
Track 11 Joni Mitchell;
Track 12 Robert Burns, Tom McConville;
Track 13 Barbara Keith

> Folk Music > Records > Steve Tilston & Maggie Boyle: All Under the Sun

Steve Tilston & Maggie Boyle: All Under the Sun

Steve Tilston & Maggie Boyle: All Under the Sun (Flying Fish CD FF 663)

All Under the Sun
Steve Tilston & Maggie Boyle

Flying Fish CD FF 663 (CD, USA, 1996)

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Recorded at Woodworm Studios, Barford St. Michael, Oxon, England;
Engineered by Mark Tucker;
Produced by Steve Tilston and Maggie Boyle;
Photography by Bryan Ledgard;
Design by mooremoscowitz;
Notes by Mel Howley

Musicians

Steve Tilston, vocals [1, 3, 5, 9, 12], acoustic guitar [1-5, 7-10, 12], guitar [6, 11];
Maggie Boyle, vocals [1-2, 4-6, 8-10, 12], harmony vocals [3], bodhrán [1, 4-5], flute [2, 4, 6-7, 9-11];
Maartin Allcock, 12-string guitar [1], double bass [1, 4-5, 7], bouzar [3-5, 7], piano [4, 6], bass vocal [5];
Tony Hinnigan, charango [1], cello [3, 6, 8-9];
Mike Hockenhull, 5-string banjo [1, 4];
Richard Curran, violin [2-3, 9];
Dave Mattacks, drum [2-3, 12], percussion [2, 5];
Dave Pegg, acoustic bass guitar [2-3, 12]

Tracks

  1. Let Your Banjo Ring (4.21)
  2. The Maid with the Bonny Brown Hair (Roud 3032; Henry H24) (4.56)
  3. Here’s to Tom Paine (4.42)
  4. Fair Annie (Roud 42; Child 62; G/D 6:1161; Henry H126) (6.52)
  5. Man Gone Down (Fred’s Song) (3.30)
  6. Linden Lea (RoudBS B104645) (4.11)
  7. The Cage (2.52)
  8. The Navvy (3.25)
  9. Dark Days of War (3.54)
  10. Willie the Ploughboy (Roud 2938) (4.04)
  11. The Threepenny Bit (2.20)
  12. A Fool Such As I (3.00)

Tracks 1, 3, 5, 9 Steve Tilston;
Tracks 2, 4, 10 trad.;
Track 6 words William Barnes, music Ralph Vaughan Williams;
Track 7 James Hill;
Track 8 words Patrick MacGill, music Maggie Boyle;
Track 11 Maggie Boyle;
Track 12 William Trader

> Folk Music > Records > Maggie Boyle: Gweebarra

Maggie Boyle: Gweebarra

Maggie Boyle: Gweebarra (Pure PRCD05)

Gweebarra
Maggie Boyle

Pure Records PRCD05 (CD, UK, 1998)

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Produced by Andy Seward and Maggie Boyle;
Recorded at Pure Records, Mortimer Heights, Penistone, engineered by Andy Seward, except
[4] recorded at Sight and Sound, [12] recorded at RBM Studio, Soho;
Design and studio photography by Bryan Ledgard;
Front cover photograph by Julian Hodgson (b/w) and Alan Rose (colour)

Musicians

Maggie Boyle, vocals [1-6, 8-12], flute [7, 10-11], whistle [4], bodhrán [1, 4];
Frank Kilkelly, guitar [1, 3, 5-9, 11], nylon strung guitar [2, 10], bouzouki [1, 11];
Steve Anstee, cello [1-2, 8, 10];
Mike Hockenhull, 5-string banjo [3, 9];
Andy Seward, bass [1, 6, 11], sequencing and sampling [4]

Tracks

  1. Gweebarra Shore (4.06)
  2. My Generous Lover (Roud 1996) (4.46)
  3. Lady Margaret (Roud 50; Child 77) (6.05)
  4. Ao Tea Roa (3.12)
  5. The Bloody Gardener (Roud 1700) (5.49)
  6. Deartháirín Ó Mo Chroí (Little Brother of My Heart) (3.08)
  7. Paddy Rambles Through the Park (3.42)
  8. Harry Eddom (4.07)
  9. Blackbird (Singing on a Hedgerow Morning) (2.45)
  10. Lord Gregory (Roud 49; Child 76; G/D 6:1226) (5.34)
  11. Little Thatched Cabin (Roud 8121; Henry H91) (3.46)
  12. If You Walk Away (4.48)

Track 1 Kevin Boyle;
Tracks 2-3, 5-7, 10-11 trad. arr. Maggie Boyle, Frank Kilkelly;
Track 4 Lester Simpson;
Track 8 Bill Meek;
Track 9 James Flynn;
Track 12 Robert Doran, Rod Syers

> Folk Music > Records > Grace Notes: Red Wine & Promises

Grace Notes: Red Wine & Promises

Grace Notes: Red Wine & Promises (Fellside FECD126)

Red Wine & Promises
Grace Notes

Fellside Recordings FECD126 (CD, UK, 1998)

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Recorded by Paul Adams;
Produced by Paul Adams and Grace Notes;
Artwork by Mary Blood;
Cover painting by Sophie Tilston;
Photograph by Janet Kerr

Musicians

Maggie Boyle, vocals, flute, bodhrán;
Lynda Hardcastle, vocals;
Helen Hockenhull, vocals, keyboard

Tracks

  1. All That Is Gold (3.22)
  2. Spirit Song (5.00)
  3. Magdalen Laundry (3.31)
  4. Gypsy Davey (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278; Henry H124) (2.37)
  5. Lies (4.34)
  6. Finistere (3.50)
  7. Red Wine and Promises (3.58)
  8. Banks of the Sweet Dundee (Roud 148; Laws M25; G/D 2:224) (4.59)
  9. The Goose (2.46)
  10. In the Light Tonight (2.40)
  11. The Welcome Sailor (Roud 604; Laws N29; Henry H581) (3.09)
  12. The Quiet Land of Erin (4.59)
  13. Witch of the Westmorlands (4.41)
  14. Withered and Died / I'll Follow the Sun (4.41)

Track 1 Brooks Williams, J.R.R. Tolkien;
Track 2 Bill Staines;
Track 3 Johnny Mulhern;
Tracks 4, 8, 11-12 trad. arr. Grace Notes;
Track 5 Stan Rogers;
Track 6 John Drury;
Track 7 Lal Waterson;
Track 9 Alfred Lord Tennyson, Mike Hockenhull;
Track 10 Steve Tilston;
Track 13 Archie Fisher;
Track 14a Richard Thompson;
Track 14b John Lennon, Paul McCartney

> Folk Music > Records > Grace Notes: Anchored to the Time

Grace Notes: Anchored to the Time

Grace Notes: Anchored to the Time (Fellside FECD163)

Anchored to the Time
Grace Notes

Fellside Recordings FECD163 (CD, UK, 2001)

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Recorded by Paul Adams except
track 6 recorded by Mike Hockenhull at Brook Row Studios;
Produced by Paul Adams and Grace Notes;
Cover design by Mary Blood;
Cover artwork by Sophie Tilston;
Photograph by Nancy Hudson

Musicians

Maggie Boyle, vocals, flute, bodhrán;
Lynda Hardcastle, vocals;
Helen Hockenhull, vocals, keyboard

Tracks

  1. Blue Jay / Migrating Bird (3.37)
  2. The Oak and the Laurel (4.08)
  3. Long Way from Home (3.31)
  4. Two Sisters (Roud 8; Child 10; G/D 2:213) (3.00)
  5. Siobhan's Lament / Reaching Out (4.19)
  6. John Ball (2.38)
  7. King Sun (5.16)
  8. Cockleshells (Roud 87; Child 204) (3.27)
  9. Stockinger / Bone Lace Weaver (2.39)
  10. Dying of Thirst (4.18)
  11. Don't Come the Cowboy With Me, Sonny Jim! (2.58)
  12. Lullaby (3.34)

Tracks 1a, 8, 9a trad. arr. Grace Notes;
Track 1b Lal Waterson;
Track 2 Laurie Lewis;
Track 3 trad., Neil Adam;
Track 4 trad. adapted Andy Irvine;
Track 5a Paul Boyle;
Track 5b Steve Tilston;
Track 6 Sydney Carter;
Track 7 Bill Caddick;
Track 9b Leonard Wheatcroft, Roy Harris;
Track 10 Bucky Jones, Bob McDill, Dickey Lee;
Track 11 Kirsty MacColl;
Track 12 Dan Seals, Rafe Vanhoy, Charlie McGettigan

> Folk Music > Records > Duck Baker, Maggie Boyle & Ben Paley: The Expatriate Game

Duck Baker, Maggie Boyle & Ben Paley: The Expatriate Game

Duck Baker, Maggie Boyle & Ben Paley: The Expatriate Game (Day Job DCD106)

The Expatriate Game
Traditional Irish & American Music
Duck Baker, Maggie Boyle & Ben Paley

Day Job Records DCD106 (CD, UK, 2005)

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Produced by Maggie Boyle, Duck Baker and Ben Paley;
Recorded and mixed by Mike Hockenhull at Brook Row Studio, Oakworth, West Yorkshire;
Cover design and layout by Saana Baker;
Photograph by Linda Fitzgerald-Moore

Musicians

Duck Baker, guitar;
Maggie Boyle, vocals, flute;
Ben Paley, fiddle

Tracks

  1. Little Beggar Man (Roud 900; Henry H751) / Monaghan Twig (3.13)
  2. Miss Forbes' Farewell / Poll Ha´penny (4.57)
  3. The Banks of Claudy (Roud 266; Laws N40; G/D 5:1036; Henry H5, H693) (5.53)
  4. The Blackbird set dance (3.35)
  5. I Am a Youth That's Inclined to Ramble (Roud 6897; Henry H825) (6.24)
  6. The Golden Keyboard / Sandy River Belle / Grub Spring (4.51)
  7. Rye Whisky (Roud 941) (3.24)
  8. Kitty Lie Over (3.37)
  9. Sean O'Dwyer of the Glen air / Come Under My Dimity / The Humours of Whisky slip jigs / Glory in the Meeting House (6.32)
  10. Bonny Portmore (Roud 3475; Henry H775) (3.31)
  11. Temperance Reel / June Apple (3.15)
  12. The Fairy Queen (4.37)
  13. Over the Waterfall / Robinson County (4.00)

All tracks trad. arr. Duck Baker, Maggie Boyle, Ben Paley except
Track 7 arr. Duck Baker;
Track 12 Turlough O'Carolan

> Folk Music > Records > Grace Notes: Northern Tide

Grace Notes: Northern Tide

Grace Notes: Northern Tide (Fellside FECD209)

Northern Tide
Grace Notes

Fellside Recordings FECD209 (CD, UK, 2007)

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Recorded by Paul Adams and Robert Hallard except
[1, 6, 11, 13] recorded by Mike Hockenhull at Brook Row Studios;
Produced by Paul Adams, Robert Hallard and Grace Notes;
Artwork by Mary Blood;
Cover photo by Amy Hield

Musicians

Maggie Boyle, vocals, flute;
Lynda Hardcastle, vocals;
Helen Hockenhull, vocals, keyboard;
with
Linda Adams, additional vocals [14b]

Tracks

  1. When the Ship Comes In (4.02)
  2. The Gardener (Roud 339; Child 219; G/D 4:840) (2.37)
  3. Rosa (3.18)
  4. The Dewy Ones (3.02)
  5. The Power (3.58)
  6. I Once Loved a Sailor (2.23)
  7. Mrs Rita (2.33)
  8. Rue (Roud 858; G/D 6:1139) (5.08)
  9. Song of the Naturalist's Wife / Widow With Shawl (A Portrait) / The Wind That Shakes the Barley (4.05)
  10. The Briar and the Rose (3.09)
  11. White Winos (2.55)
  12. The Old Man from Lee (Roud 362; G/D 4:815) (2.11)
  13. Best Wishes (4.01)
  14. Northern Tide / Mingulay Boat Song (5.50)

Track 1 Bob Dylan;
Tracks 2, 8, 9c, 12, 14b trad. arr. Grace Notes;
Track 3 Nick Burbridge;
Track 4 Steve Tilston;
Track 5 Mike Silver, Ewen Carruthers;
Track 6 George Evans, Ren Shields arr. Grace Notes;
Track 7 Richard Thompson;
Track 9ab Donovan Leitch;
Track 10 Tom Waits;
Track 11 Loudon Wainwright III;
Track 13 Steve Ashley;
Track 14a Linda Kelly

> Folk Music > Records > Sketch: Sketch

Sketch

Sketch: Sketch (Dagama CD123)

Sketch
Sketch

Dagama Records CD123 (CD, UK, 2008)

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Recorded at Ric Rac Sound Studio, Leeds;
Engineered by Paul “Bruce” Haden;
Produced by Paul “Bruce” Haden and Sketch;
Design by Dave Bowie

Musicians

Maggie Boyle, vocals, flute, bodhrán;
Gary Boyle, guitar;
Dave Bowie, double bass

Tracks

  1. Dobbin's Flow'ry Vale (Roud 999; Laws O29; Henry H85) (5.12)
  2. Searching for Lambs (Roud 576; Henry H548) (3.30)
  3. Anthony Believes (5.56)
  4. Bird Song (2.55)
  5. Lough Erne Shore (Roud 3476) (4.26)
  6. God Bless the Child (5.35)
  7. Death and the Lady (Roud 1031) (3.54)
  8. Bobby Casey's (3.03)
  9. A Stór Mo Chroí (Roud 3076) (5.14)

Tracks 1-2, 5, 8-9 trad. arr. Sketch;
Track 3 Steve Tilston;
Track 4 Bert Jansch;
Track 6 Billie Holiday, Arthur Herzog Jr.;
Track 7 trad. arr. John Renbourn, arr. Sketch

> Folk Music > Records > Grace Notes: 20

Grace Notes: 20

Grace Notes: 20 (Fellside FECD249)

20
Grace Notes

Fellside Recordings FECD249 (CD, UK, April 9, 2012)

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This is a collection of twelve tracks from Grace Notes' four previous CDs plus eight new songs.

Recorded by Paul Adams and Robert Hallard at Fellside Recordings except for
[6, 17] recorded by Mike Hockenhull at Brookrow Studio;
[4, 10, 15] recorded by Carl Stipetic, produced by Mike Hockenhull;
Artwork by Mary Blood;
Front cover: cake, figures and photo by Nancy Hudson

Musicians

Maggie Boyle, vocals, flute, bodhrán;
Helen Hockenhull, vocals, keyboards, mandolin;
Lynda Hardcastle, vocals, recorder;
with
singers of the BACCApipes Folk Club, Keighley [17]

Tracks

  1. Cockleshells (Roud 87; Child 204) (3.27)
  2. Witch of the Westmorlands (4.36)
  3. Exercise Number 77 (2.51)
  4. Reynardine (Roud 397; Laws P15; G/D 2:333) (4.28)
  5. Finistere (3.46)
  6. Pudding Burner / Crane Driver (4.11)
  7. White Winos (2.55)
  8. A Brisk Young Sailor (Roud 60; Laws P25; G/D 6:1170; Henry H683) (3.14)
  9. Magdalen Laundry (3.27)
  10. The Black and Bitter Night (3.27)
  11. Wisteria (3.57)
  12. Two Sisters (Roud 8; Child 10; G/D 2:213) (3.01)
  13. Errand Lasses and Buffer Girls (3.12)
  14. Rue (Roud 858; G/D 6:1139) (5.08)
  15. Down Falls the Day (5.37)
  16. There Will Be Pain (4.35)
  17. John Ball (2.49)
  18. Artificial (3.04)
  19. Siobhan's Lament / Reaching Out (4.20)
  20. Northern Tide / Mingulay Boat Song (5.48)

Tracks 1, 4, 8, 12, 14, 20b trad. arr. Grace Notes;
Track 2 Archie Fisher;
Track 3 Graeme Miles;
Track 5 John Drury;
Track 6a Ray Hearne;
Track 6b Julie Matthews;
Track 7 Loudon Wainwright III;
Track 9 Johnny Mulhern;
Track 10 Peter Bellamy;
Track 11 Richard Shindell;
Track 13 Pamela Ward, Paul Cherrington;
Track 15, 19b Steve Tilston;
Track 16 Steve Ashley;
Track 17 Sydney Carter;
Track 18 Martha Tilston;
Track 19a Paul Boyle;
Track 20a Linda Kelly

Tracks 4, 10, 15 are from Down Falls the Day (GNCD1, 1993);
Tracks 2, 5, 9 are from Red Wine & Promises (FECD126, 1998);
Tracks 1, 12, 19 are from Anchored to the Time (FECD163, 2001);
Track 17 live recording of the song from Anchored to the Time;
Tracks 7, 14, 20 are from Northern Tide (FECD209, 2007)

> Folk Music > Records > Maggie Boyle: Won't You Come Away

Maggie Boyle: Won't You Come Away

Maggie Boyle: Won't You Come Away (WildGoose GGS390CD)

Won't You Come Away
Maggie Boyle

WildGoose Studios WGS390CD (CD, UK, June 12, 2012)

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Recorded and produced by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios;
Textile artwork by Molly Jones;
Design by Bill Dinsdale;
Photography by Nigel Hillier

Musicians

Maggie Boyle, vocals, vocal harmonies [7, 11], flute [1, 3, 8-9, 12], whistle [9], harmonium [6, 8];
Paul Downes, guitar [1-5, 7-9, 11-13], mandocello [6], mandolin [3, 7];
Jon Boden, fiddle [2-3, 5-6, 12-13];
Dave McKeown, clarinet [5], bass clarinet [8], melodica [11], wind synthesiser [11-12];
Steve Tilston, arpeggione [1, 7];
Dave Wood, Arnold resonator guitar [2, 5, 7]

Tracks

  1. Moorlough Mary (Roud 2742; Henry H173) / The Streams of Bawdeen (4.59)
  2. The Trees They Do Grow High (Roud 31; Laws O35; G/D 6:1222) (4.35)
  3. Dawning (3.17)
  4. Once in a While (4.19)
  5. The Spinning Wheel (Roud 17647) (3.34)
  6. Donal Óg (Roud 3379) (3.54)
  7. Liza & Henry (4.52)
  8. Old Man's Retreat (4.38)
  9. Lament for John Doherty / Betty-Sue Southall / Paddy Boyle’s Highland (5.05)
  10. The Green Linnet (Roud 1619) (5.34)
  11. Christmas in No Man’s Land (3.51)
  12. On Yonder Hill (Roud 5173) / Boxty Bailey (3.49)
  13. Linden Lea (RoudBS B104645) (4.11)

Tracks 1a, 2, 6, 10, 12a trad.;
Track 1b, 12b Paul Downes;
Track 3 words Frances Watt, tune Johan Malin Wessléns Bröllopspolska by Olov Johansson;
Track 4 Steve Ashley;
Track 5 words John Waller, tune Seamus Kavanagh;
Track 7 Joe Tilston;
Track 8 Nick Burbridge;
Track 9a Margaret McGinley;
Track 9b Maggie Boyle;
Track 9c Charlie Lennon;
Track 11 Mick Ryan;
Track 13 words William Barnes, music Ralph Vaughan Williams

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Note: Helen Hockenhull (then Helen Watson) was with Muckram Wakes and the New Victory Band in the 1970s.

Steve Tilston, In for a Penny … In for a Pound, LP, T.W. Records PROP 4, 1983

Steve Tilston, Life by Misadventure, LP, Run River RRA 001, 1987

Steve Tilston, Peter Finger, Seth Austen, Silently the Snow Falls, CD, Shanachie 95007, 1989

Peter Bellamy, Soldiers Three, cassette, private release, 1990

Bert Jansch, The Ornament Tree, CD, Run River D2-71365, 1990

Steve Tilston, Swans at Coole, LP, Run River RRA 011, 1990

Steve Tilston, Seth Austen, Angelo Eleuteri, Duck Baker, The Music of O'Carolan, CD, Shanachie 97023, 1992

James Horner, Patriot Games, OMPS, CD, RCA 07863 66051-2, 1992

Janet Russell, Bright Shining Morning?, CD, Harbourtown HARCD 026, 1993

James Horner, Legends of the Fall, OMPS, CD, Sony/Epic Soundtrax EK 66462, 1994

Incantation, Sergeant Early's Dream, CD, Cooking Vinyl COOK CD 069, 1994

Incantation, Incantation, CD, Cooking Vinyl COOK CD 073, 1995

Incantation, Songs for the Season, CD, Innovative Music Production, 1995

Bert Jansch, When the Circus Comes to Town, CD, Cookin Vinyl COOK CD 092, 1995

Steve Tilston, And So It Goes, CD, Flying Fish CD FF 653, 1996

John Conolly & Pete Sumner, Trawlertown: The Singing of the Fishing, CD, Fellside FECD135, 1998

John McCormick, Between Our Hearts, CD, Phantom PH012, 1998

John Drury, Michael Is Leaving Las Vegas, CD, Yewtree YTCD 001, 1998

Gordon Tyrrall, A Distance from the Town, CD, Fellside FECD129, 1998

BACCApella, The Haworth Set, CD, private release, 1999

Peter Bellamy, Wake the Vaulted Echoes, 3 CD, Free Reed FRTCD14, 1999

Pauline Cato & Tom McConville, The Surprise, CD, Tomcat TCCD02, 1999

The Movies Ceili Band, Bon Cabbage, CD, Blue Sky BSM CD 01, 1999

Steve Tilston, The Greening Wind, CD, Hubris HRCD002, 1999

Various Artists, The Wings of Butterflies: Songs by Les Barker, CD, Mrs Ackroyd DOG 013, 1999

Damien Barber, The Furrowed Field, CD, DJC Records DJC011, 2000

Various Artists, People on the Highway: A Bert Jansch Encomium, 2 CD, Market Square MSMCD106, 2000

Various Artists, Flash Company: A Celebration of 25 Years of Fellside Records (1976-2001), 2 CD, Fellside FECD156, 2001

Steve Tilston, Such & Such, CD, Market Square MSMCD124, 2003

John Conolly, Ranter's Wharf, CD, private release JACD02, 2004

Various Artists, The Transports—2004, 2 CD, Free Reed FRDCD2122, 2004

Steve Tilston, Of Many Hands, CD, Ada ADA106CD, 2005

Bert Jansch, The Black Swan, CD, Sanctuary SANCD430, 2006

Martha Tilston, Of Milkmaids & Architects, CD, Squiggle SQRCD03, 2006

Various Artists, Midwinter, 4 CD, Free Reed FRQCD 30, 2006

Steve Tilston, Reaching Back, 4+1 CD, Free Reed FRQCD 70, 2007

Steve Tilston, Ziggurat, CD, Hubris HUB004, 2008

Martha Tilston, Lucy & the Wolves, CD, Squiggle SQRCD05, 2010

Mick Ryan et al., The Pauper's Path, 2 CD, WildGoose WGS379CD, 2011

Mick Ryan & Paul Downes, When Every Song Was New, CD, WildGoose WGS393CD, 2013

Paul Downes, The Boatman's Cure, CD, WildGoose WGS396CD, 2013

Pete Morton, The Frappin' and Ramblin' Pete Morton, CD, Fellside FECD261, 2014

Mick Ryan, A Day's Work, CD, WildGoose WGS403CD, 2014

Martha Tilston, The Sea, CD, Squiggly SQRCD08, 2014