> Folk Music > Records > Andy Turner: Love, Death and the Cossack

Andy Turner: Love, Death and the Cossack

Andy Turner: Love, Death and the Cossack (Audinary AUD001)

Love, Death and the Cossack
Andy Turner

Audinary Music AUD001 (cassette, UK, 1990)

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Recorded June 1990 at Far Heath Studios, Northants;
Engineered by Angus Wallace;
Original artwork by Kathryn Stephens

Musicians

Andy Turner, vocals, Anglo concertina, one-row melodeon

with
Chris Wood, fiddle, guitar;
Alan Lamb, cello, viola d'amore;
Carol Turner, vocals, triangle

Tracks

  1. Up in the North (Roud 582; Laws P3; G/D 4:895) (4.20)
  2. A Dream of Napoleon (Roud 1538) (3.25)
  3. Through Lonesome Woods (Roud 3461) (2.29)
  4. Ashley’s Hornpipe / England’s Glory (3.48)
  5. Deserter from Kent (Roud 2510) (3.15)
  6. Down By the Seaside (Roud 1712) (3.22)
  7. Bold Fisherman (Roud 291; Laws O24; G/D 4:834) (3.37)
  8. Hare Hunting Song (Roud 580) (3.15)
  9. The Sheffield Apprentice (Roud 399; Laws O39; G/D 5:998) (3.29)
  10. Pretty Saro (Roud 417) (2.20)
  11. Scan Tester’s / The Troublesome Cossack (3.42)
  12. Between the Wars (3.13)

All tracks trad. except
Track 12 Billy Bragg

> Folk Music > Records > Magpie Lane: The Oxford Ramble

Magpie Lane: The Oxford Ramble

Magpie Lane: The Oxford Ramble (Beautiful Jo BEJOCD-3)

The Oxford Ramble
Songs and Tunes of Oxfordshire
Magpie Lane

Beautiful Jo Records BEJO-3 (cass., UK, 1993)
Beautiful Jo Records BEJOCD-3 (CD, UK, 2006)

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Researched by Tim Healey with Magpie Lane;
Presented by David Lawton;
Recorded and engineered by Tim Matyear at Woodworm Studios, Oxon., 1983;
Cover picture shows Magpie Lane in 1814

Musicians

Andy Turner, vocals, Anglo concertina, melodeon, percussion;
Ian Giles, vocals, percussion;
Tom Bower, vocals, flute, recorder, pipe and tabor, percussion;
Matthew Green, fiddle;
Isobel Dams, cello, vocals;
Joanne Acty, vocals;
Peter Acty, guitar, vocals

with
Chris Leslie, fiddles [21], mandola [1 ,7a, 20b], Zeta violin [16];
Mandy Townsend, hammered dulcimer [3, 22];
Heather Bower, clarinet [3, 22], recorder [1], vocals;
Carol Turner, recorder [1], vocals

Tracks

  1. Magpie Lane tune (2.53)
  2. As I Walked Through the Meadows (Roud 594) (2.14)
  3. The First of May hornpipe (2.10)
  4. Oxford City (Roud 218; Laws P30; G/D 2:210) (4.02)
  5. The Oxfordshire Damsel (0.59)
  6. John Barleycorn (Roud 164; G/D 3:559) (2.35)
  7. Johnny So Long Morris tune / Eynsham Poaching Song (Roud 1268) (3.02)
  8. Old Molly Oxford Morris tune (0.59)
  9. The Boar's Head Carol (Roud 22229) (2.33)
  10. The Oxford Scholar (2.41)
  11. Great Tom Is Cast (0.37)
  12. Old Tom of Oxford Morris tune / Bonny Christ Church Bells (2.34)
  13. Astley's Ride country dance tune (2.00)
  14. The Oxford Ramble (3.39)
  15. Trunkles Morris tune (0.42)
  16. Near Woodstock Town (The Oxfordshire Tragedy) (Roud 8279) (4.04)
  17. Double Lead Through country dance tune (1.23)
  18. Princess Royal Bampton Morris tune (0.53)
  19. Husbandman and Servingman (Roud 873) (4.19)
  20. Banbury Bill Bampton Morris tune / As I Was Going to Banbury (Roud 2423) (2.30)
  21. Adderbury Medley: Stourton Wake / Constant Billy / Cobb's Horse Morris tunes (3.31)
  22. May Day Carol (3.47)

All tracks trad. arr. Magpie Lane except
Tracks 21ab trad. arr. Chris Leslie;
Track 21c composed and arr. Chris Leslie

> Folk Music > Records > Magpie Lane: Speed the Plough

Magpie Lane: Speed the Plough

Magpie Lane: Speed the Plough (Beautiful Jo BEJOCD-4)

Speed the Plough
Magpie Lane

Beautiful Jo Records BEJO-4 (cass., UK, 1994)
Beautiful Jo Records BEJOCD-4 (CD., UK, 1994)

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Produced by Tim Healey;
Researched by Tim Healey with Magpie Lane;
Recorded and engineered by Tim Matyear at Woodworm Studios, Oxon, 1994;
Presented by David Lawton;
Design and layout by Peter Acty;
Cover picture: Landscape: Ploughing Scene in Suffolk, John Constable, c. 1824, reproduction by permission of the Yale Centre for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

Musicians

Ian Giles, vocals, percussion;
Andy Turner, vocals, Anglo concertina, melodeon, percussion;
Tom Bower, vocals, flute, recorder, pipe and tabor, harmonium, percussion;
Matthew Green, fiddle;
Joanne Acty, vocals;
Peter Acty, mandola, guitar, vocals;
Di Whitehead, cello, vocals

with
Graham Metcalfe, vocals [6, 19];
Chris Leslie, additional fiddle [4, 7, 18, 20, 23b];
Liz Cooke, Northumbrian pipes [6, 21];
Jeff Dando, melodeon [23b], vocals [17];
Peter North, English concertina [23b], vocals [17]

Tracks

  1. The Carter's Health (Roud 1384) (0.36)
  2. Regent's Fete / Sir Roger De Coverley (2.36)
  3. Green Bushes (Roud 1040; Laws P2) (2.51)
  4. The Highwayman Outwitted (Roud 2638; Laws L2) (2.06)
  5. Jockey to the Fair (1.01)
  6. Bonny at Morn (Roud 3064) (4.30)
  7. Davy, Davy, Knick-Knack (2.16)
  8. Poor Old Horse (Roud 513) (2.25)
  9. Kempshott Hunt / Death of the Fox (Roud 1868) (4.39)
  10. Swaggering Boney (1.31)
  11. The Painful Plough (Roud 355) (3.35)
  12. Fool's Jig (0.39)
  13. The Mistress's Health (Roud 310) (0.48)
  14. Girl With the Blue Dress On / Swiss Boy (2.41)
  15. Bushes and Briars (Roud 1027) (3.10)
  16. The Reading Summer Dance (1.37)
  17. The Beverly Maid and the Tinker (Roud 585) (2.15)
  18. The Turtle Dove (Roud 422) / Bobbing Joe (2.21)
  19. The Shepherd's Song (Roud 284) (2.19)
  20. Shooter's Hornpipe (2.16)
  21. Bill Brown (Roud 609) (3.46)
  22. Streets of Oxford (3.25)
  23. All Jolly Fellows (Roud 346; G/D 3:418) / Speed the Plough (4.30)

> Folk Music > Records > Magpie Lane: English Country Songs and Dances

Magpie Lane: English Country Songs and Dances

Magpie Lane: English Country Songs and Dances (Beautiful Jo BEJOCD-6)

English Country Songs and Dances
Magpie Lane

Beautiful Jo Records BEJO-6 (cass., UK, 1994)

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A compilation of tracks from the albums The Oxford Ramble and Speed the Plough.

Produced by Tim Healey;
Researched by Tim Healey with Magpie Lane;
Recorded and engineered by Tim Matyear at Woodworm Studios, Oxon, 1994;
Presented by David Lawton;
Cover picture by N.J. Crowley (1813-1857), courtesy of Fine Art Photographic Library, London

Musicians

Ian Giles, vocals, percussion;
Andy Turner, vocals, Anglo concertina, melodeon, percussion;
Tom Bower, vocals, flute, recorder, pipe and tabor, harmonium, percussion;
Matthew Green, fiddle;
Joanne Acty, vocals;
Peter Acty, mandola, guitar, vocals;
Di Whitehead, cello [1-7, 9-18, 20, 22], vocals;
Isobel Dams, cello[8, 19, 21, 23]

with
Chris Leslie, additional fiddle [4-5, 7, 12, 17], mandola [8, 21];
Mandy Townsend, hammered dulcimer [19, 23];
Jeff Dando, melodeon [12], vocals [2];
Peter North, English concertina [12], vocals [2];
Heather Bower, clarinet [19, 23], vocals [6, 23];
Carol Turner, vocals [6, 23]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Regent's Fete / Sir Roger De Coverley (2.36)
  2. The Beverly Maid and the Tinker (Roud 585) (2.15)
  3. Old Molly Oxford Morris tune (0.59)
  4. The Highwayman Outwitted (Roud 2638; Laws L2) (2.06)
  5. The Turtle Dove (Roud 422) / Bobbing Joe (2.21)
  6. The Boar's Head Carol (Roud 22229) (2.33)
  7. Davy, Davy, Knick-Knack (2.16)
  8. Johnny So Long Morris tune / Eynsham Poaching Song (Roud 1268) (3.02)
  9. The Reading Summer Dance (1.37)
  10. Oxford City (Roud 218; Laws P30; G/D 2:210) (4.02)
  11. Jockey to the Fair (1.01)
  12. All Jolly Fellows (Roud 346; G/D 3:418) / Speed the Plough (4.30)
  1. Green Bushes (Roud 1040; Laws P2) (2.51)
  2. Double Lead Through country dance tune (1.23)
  3. The Mistress's Health (Roud 310) (0.48)
  4. Kempshott Hunt / Death of the Fox (Roud 1868) (4.39)
  5. Shooter's Hornpipe (2.16)
  6. John Barleycorn (Roud 164; G/D 3:559) (2.35)
  7. The First of May hornpipe (2.10)
  8. The Painful Plough (Roud 355) (3.35)
  9. Banbury Bill Bampton Morris tune / As I Was Going to Banbury (Roud 2423) (2.30)
  10. Bushes and Briars (Roud 1027) (3.10)
  11. May Day Carol (3.47)

> Folk Music > Records > Magpie Lane: Wassail!

Magpie Lane: Wassail!

Magpie Lane: Wassail! (Beautiful Jo BEJOCD-8)

Wassail!
A Country Christmas
Magpie Lane

Beautiful Jo Records BEJOCD-8 (CD, UK, 1995)

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Recorded and engineered by Mark Tucker at Woodworm Studios, Oxfordshire, 1995;
Digital mastering by Henry Smithson at Sounds Good, Reading;
Produced by Tim Healey;
Cover picture: Merry Christmas in the Baron's Hall by Daniel Maclise, National Gallery of Ireland

Musicians

Andy Turner, vocals, Anglo concertina;
Ian Giles, vocals, percussion;
Tom Bower, vocals, flute, recorder, whistles, pipe and tabor, harmonium, bass mandolin, piano, percussion;
Matthew Green, fiddle, vocals;
Joanne Acty, vocals;
Peter Acty, guitar, mandolin, vocals;
Di Whitehead, cello, recorder, vocals

with
Chris Leslie, additional fiddle, mandolin;
Heather Bower, clarinet;
Paul Sartin, oboe

Tracks

  1. The Gloucestershire Wassail (Roud 209) (1.48)
  2. The Bottom of the Punchbowl / The Christmas Baby (3.00)
  3. The Sheep Are Neath the Snow (3.47)
  4. Saint Stephen (Roud 8331) (4.12)
  5. Lullay My Liking (2.03)
  6. The Holly and the Ivy (Roud 514) (3.06)
  7. The Trees Are All Bare (Roud 1170) (3.57)
  8. Frost and Snow / Snow on the Hills (2.49)
  9. Down in Yon Forest (Roud 1523) (3.12)
  10. The King (Roud 19109) (2.41)
  11. The Christmas Holidays, or, Stuff Your Guts (3.15)
  12. The Somerset Wassail (Roud 209) (2.35)
  13. Hogmanay Jig / We Wish You a Merry New Year (2.38)
  14. Babes in the Wood (Roud 288; Laws Q34) (4.34)
  15. Poor Frozen-Out Gardeners (Roud 22228) (4.04)
  16. Here We Come A-Wassailing (Roud 209) (1.41)
  17. Nowell: The Bory's Hede (1.40)
  18. King Herod and the Cock (Roud 306) (2.10)
  19. The Standing Stones (4.06)
  20. Christmas Day in the Morning / The Sussex Carol (Roud 597) (3.49)

All tracks trad. arr. Magpie Lane except
Track 2b Andy Turner;
Track 13a Andrew Rankine;
Track 15 trad. arr. Andy Turner, Chris Wood

> Folk Music > Records > Magpie Lane: Jack-in-the-Green

Magpie Lane: Jack-in-the-Green

Magpie Lane: Jack-in-the-Green (Beautiful Jo BEJOCD-22)

Jack-in-the-Green
Magpie Lane

Beautiful Jo Records BEJOCD-22 (CD, UK, 1998)

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Musicians

Andy Turner, vocals, Anglo concertina;
Ian Giles, vocals, percussion;
Tom Bower, vocals, flute, recorder, whistles, pipe and tabor, harmonium, bass mandolin, piano, percussion;
Joanne Acty, vocals;
Peter Acty, guitar, mandolin, vocals;
Di Whitehead, cello, recorder, vocals

with
Chris Leslie, additional fiddle, mandolin;
Heather Bower, clarinet;
Paul Sartin, oboe

Tracks

  1. May Song (3.04)
  2. Mother Goose / The Priest and His Boots / Hopkinson's Favourite (4.06)
  3. In Sheffield Park (Roud 860) (2.34)
  4. Thame Fair (2.13)
  5. The Flowers of Edinburgh (1.14)
  6. A Rosebud in June (Roud 812) (3.14)
  7. Jack-in-the-Green / Jack's Alive (5.07)
  8. The Sheepstealer (Roud 1667) (2.47)
  9. Quickstep at the Battle of Prague / Welch's Polka (3.24)
  10. Northill May Song (Roud 305) / The Cuckoo's Nest (Roud 1506) (3.05)
  11. The Seeds of Love (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180) (2.35)
  12. Just As the Tide Was Flowing (Roud 1105) (3.08)
  13. The Banks of the Lea (Roud 9493 or 6857) (4.52)
  14. Font Whatling's Polka / Galloway Girth (3.31)
  15. Two Ravens (Roud 5; Child 26) (3.34)
  16. Mayer's Song (Roud 305) / The Rochdale Coconut Dance / Three Around Three (5.46)

Track 1 Dave Webber

> Folk Music > Records > Magpie Lane: A Taste of Ale

Magpie Lane: A Taste of Ale

Magpie Lane: A Taste of Ale (Beautiful Jo BEJOCD-32)

A Taste of Ale
Magpie Lane

Beautiful Jo Records BEJOCD-32 (CD, UK, 2000)

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This album illustrates in music a selection of songs and tunes from Roy Palmer's book A Taste of Ale (Green Branch Press, ISBN 0 9526031 6 0).

Recorded, engineered and mastered by Dave Eynstone at The Den, Abingdon;
Produced by Andy Turner and Ian Giles

Musicians

Andy Turner, lead vocals [2, 4, 9, 12, 16, 19], vocals, Anglo concertinas, one-row melodeon, autoharp;
Ian Giles, lead vocals [1, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17], vocals, side drum, tabor, tambourine, nakers;
Benji Kirkpatrick, lead vocals [8, 14], vocals, bouzouki, guitar;
Di Whitehead, lead vocals [10], vocals, cello, descant recorder;
Mat Green, vocals, fiddle;
Tom Bower, lead vocals [3], vocals, whistles, flute, descant and bass recorders, reed organ, acoustic bass guitar, bass drum

Tracks

  1. A Drop of Good Beer / Fill the Tankard (3.45)
  2. The Drunkard and the Pig (0.32)
  3. Bryng Us in Good Ale (Roud 203; G/D 3:590) (3.24)
  4. The Mail Coach Guard (Roud V21369) (3.40)
  5. O Good Ale (Roud 203; G/D 3:590) (1.58)
  6. Stingo, or the Oil of Barley (2.00)
  7. Of Honest Malt Liquor (1.45)
  8. Trowl the Bowl (2.36)
  9. So Was I (2.00)
  10. The Beautiful Landlady (4.50)
  11. The Merry Hostess (3.07)
  12. The Beer Drinking Briton (2.31)
  13. Beer Boys Beer (2.13)
  14. Hop Picking Song (2.39)
  15. The Hop Ground (2.44)
  16. Friezland Ale (Roud 12916) (3.19)
  17. The Bad-Husband's Folly, or “Poverty Made Known” (5.46)
  18. Drunk Last Night (0.43)
  19. John Barleycorn (Roud 164; G/D 3:559) (4.05)

All tracks trad. arr. Magpie Lane except
Track 4 tune Pat Palmer;
Track 9 Arthur Lennard (1867-1954);
Track 14 Peter Delaney;
Track 16 words Ammon Wrigley (1862-1946), tune Hugh Beech

> Folk Music > Records > Magpie Lane: Six for Gold

Magpie Lane: Six for Gold

Magpie Lane: Six for Gold (Beautiful Jo BEJOCD-42)

Six for Gold
Magpie Lane

Beautiful Jo Records BEJOCD-42 (CD, UK, 2002)

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Recorded by Dave Eynstone at The Den, Abingdon, August-September 2002;
Produced by Magpie Lane with Dave Eynstone

Musicians

Andy Turner, vocals, Anglo concertinas, triangle;
Ian Giles, vocals, hurdy-gurdy, side drum, snare, bass drum, bodhrán;
Benji Kirkpatrick, vocals, bouzouki, guitar;
Marguerite Hutchinson, vocals, whistles, recorders, flute;
Mat Green, fiddle, vocals;
Sophie Polhill, vocals, cello

Tracks

  1. The Jovial Cutler (5.34)
  2. The Constant Lovers (Roud 466; Laws K17; G/D 6:1244) (4.04)
  3. Round About the Maypole / Asiatic (5.08)
  4. John Reilly (Roud 270; Laws M8; G/D 1:22) (4.04)
  5. Juniper, Gentle and Rosemary (Roud 161; Child 1) (4.52)
  6. A-Begging I Will Go (Roud 286; G/D 3:488) (4.44)
  7. O Once I Was a Shepherd Boy (Roud 2407) (2.12)
  8. Long Peggin' Awl (Roud 2126) (3.38)
  9. Stottycake Polka / Ganivelle (6.32)
  10. Bold William Taylor (Roud 158; Laws N11; G/D 1:169) (3.54)
  11. Foggy Dew (Roud 558; Laws O3; G/D 7:1496) (5.34)
  12. I Saw a Maid in My Father's Garden (Roud 264; Laws N42; G/D 5:1038, 6:1201) (2.58)
  13. Stokes Bay (3.28)
  14. Argeers / Polka d'Auvergne (4.28)
  15. Lazarus (Roud 815) (3.26)
  16. My Old Hat That I Got On (Roud 475; G/D 3:580) (6.59)

All tracks trad. arr. Magpie Lane except
Track 9a Andy Turner;
Track 9b Frederic Paris

> Folk Music > Records > Magpie Lane: Knock at the Knocker, Ring at the Bell

Magpie Lane: Knock at the Knocker, Ring at the Bell

Magpie Lane: Knock at the Knocker, Ring at the Bell (Beautiful Jo BEJOCD-52)

Knock at the Knocker, Ring at the Bell
Carols, Songs & Tunes for the Christmas Season
Magpie Lane

Beautiful Jo Records BEJOCD-52 (CD, UK, 2006)

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Recorded by Dave Eynstone;
Produced by Magpie Lane with Dave Eynstone

Musicians

Andy Turner, vocals, Anglo concertinas, one-row melodeon;
Ian Giles, vocals, bass drum, side drum, snare;
Jon Fletcher, vocals, guitar, bouzouki, harmonica, mandolin;
Marguerite Hutchinson, vocals, recorders, whistles, Northumbrian smallpipes, flute;
Mat Green, fiddle, vocals;
Sophie Thurman, vocals, cello, tambourine

with special guest
Giles Lewin, English bagpipes, Highland smallpipes

Tracks

  1. Foster (While Shepherds Watched) (Roud 936) (3.21)
  2. Nowell Nowell (Roud 682) (4.06)
  3. All You Who Are to Mirth Inclined (Roud 2431) (2.27)
  4. The Winter's Tale / Christmas Polka (4.24)
  5. The Man That Lives (Roud 2110) (3.17)
  6. The Cherry Tree Carol (Roud 453; Child 54; G/D 2:327) (4.36)
  7. November Drinking Song (4.05)
  8. Hymn for Christmas Day (2.06)
  9. A Virgin Unspotted (Roud 1378) (4.14)
  10. This Is the Truth Sent from Above (Roud 2109) (2.38)
  11. Winter / Christmas Day in the Mornin' (Roud 497) (3.47)
  12. Lo! The Eastern Sages Rise (Roud 8360) (2.05)
  13. The Nine Joys of Mary (Roud 278) (5.16)
  14. Wren Boys' Song (Roud 19109) (5.13)

All tracks trad. arr. Magpie Lane except
Track 7 Martin Graebe

> Folk Music > Records > Magpie Lane: The Robber Bird

Magpie Lane: The Robber Bird

Magpie Lane: The Robber Bird (Magpie Lane MLCD08)

The Robber Bird
Magpie Lane

Magpie Lane MLCD08 (CD, UK, December 2011)

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Recorded by Dave Eynstone;
Produced by Magpie Lane with Dave Eynstone

Musicians

Ian Giles, vocals, side drum, bodhrán, tambourine, chains and assorted metalwork;
Sophie Thurman, vocals, cello;
Mat Green, fiddle, vocals;
Jon Fletcher, vocals, bouzouki, guitar, harmonica;
Andy Turner, vocals, Anglo concertina, one-row melodeon

Tracks

  1. The Lark in the Morning (Roud 151) (7.19)
  2. Poaching Song (Roud 299) (2.30)
  3. The Turtle Dove (Roud 422) (4.26)
  4. Bobbing Joe / The Shepherd's Song (Roud 284) / Glorishears (7.55)
  5. The Highwayman Outwitted (Roud 2638; Laws L2) (2.46)
  6. Travel the Country Round (Roud 1067) (4.09)
  7. Treadmill Song (Roud 1077) / Hanging Johnny (Roud 2625) / Shreds and Patches (7.46)
  8. Isle of France (Roud 1575) (3.39)
  9. Christmas Eve / Duncormick Mummers' Jig (4.10)
  10. Oxford City (Roud 218; Laws P30; G/D 2:210) (4.36)
  11. Bobby Shaftoe (Roud 1359) / York Winter Assemblies (4.22)
  12. When the Snow of Winter Falls (6.15)

All tracks trad. arr. Magpie Lane except
Track 7c John Kirkpatrick;
Track 12 Graeme Miles

> Folk Music > Records > Magpie Lane: Three Quarter Time

Magpie Lane: Three Quarter Time

Magpie Lane: Three Quarter Time (Magpie Lane MLCD09)

Three Quarter Time
Magpie Lane

Magpie Lane MLCD09 (CD, UK, Spring 2017)

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Musicians

Ian Giles, vocals, side drum, bodhrán, tambourine, chains and assorted metalwork;
Sophie Thurman, vocals, cello;
Mat Green, fiddle, vocals;
Jon Fletcher, vocals, bouzouki, guitar, harmonica;
Andy Turner, vocals, Anglo concertina, one-row melodeon

with
Jackie Oates, John Spiers, Paul Sartin

Tracks

  1. The Dancing
  2. Dance Around the Gallows Tree
  3. The Captain and His Whiskers
  4. One More Dance and Then tunes

All tracks trad. arr. Magpie Lane except

> Folk Music > Records > Andy Turner: A Folk Song a Week

Andy Turner: A Folk Song a Week

This is a list of the songs that Andy Turner has sung in his project A Folk Song a Week from August 2011 up to now:

  1. [25.08.11] Riding Down to Portsmouth (Roud 1534)
  2. [03.09.11] A Shepherd of the Downs (Roud 1215)
  3. [11.09.11] Saucy Sailor (Roud 531; Laws K38; G/D 1:49)
  4. [17.09.11] The Folkestone Murder (Roud 897)
  5. [24.09.11] William Taylor (Roud 851)
  6. [02.10.11] Australia (Roud 1488)
  7. [09.10.11] My Dog and I (Roud 363)
  8. [18.10.11] As I Roamed Out (Roud 2512)
  9. [23.10.11] The Little Ball of Yarn (Roud 1404)
  10. [30.10.11] Underneath Your Apron (Roud 899; G/D 7:1493)
  11. [04.11.11] Spencer the Rover (Roud 1115)
  12. [11.11.11] No Man's Land [Eric Bogle]
  13. [20.11.11] Shooting Goshen’s Cocks Up (Roud 902)
  14. [28.11.11] The Shepherd's Song (Roud 1208)
  15. [03.12.11] One Cold Morning in December (Roud 1745) / The Drunkard and the Pig
  16. [10.12.11] Have You Not Heard (Roud 2116) / The Man That Lives (Roud 2110)
  17. [18.12.11] The Holly and the Ivy (Roud 514) / Christmas Now Is Drawing Near at Hand (Roud 808)
  18. [24.12.11] The Sussex Carol (Roud 597)
  19. [31.12.11] The Moon Shines Bright (Roud 702)
  20. [07.01.12] Banks of the Bann (Roud 889; Laws O2)
  21. [13.01.12] A Wager (Roud 34; Child 43; G/D 2:322)
  22. [22.01.12] A Cornish Young Man (Roud 595)
  23. [28.01.12] The Roving Journeyman (Roud 360; G/D 7:1397)
  24. [04.02.12] The Wind Across the Wild Moor (Roud 155; Laws P21; G/D 6:1175)
  25. [11.02.12] Limbo (Roud 969)
  26. [18.02.12] Lord Bateman (Roud 40; Child 53L; G/D 5:1023)
  27. [26.02.12] As Broad As I Was Walking (Roud 23793)
  28. [04.03.12] The Outlandish Knight (Roud 21; Child 4; G/D 2:225)
  29. [12.03.12] Sweet Swansea (Roud 1612)
  30. [18.03.12] The Nobleman's Wedding (Roud 567; Laws P31; G/D 6:1199)
  31. [24.03.12] The Rambling Sailor (Roud 518; G/D 7:1477)
  32. [01.04.12] The Rakish Young Fellow (Roud 829)
  33. [06.04.12] The Leaves of Life (Roud 127)
  34. [14.04.12] The Banks of Sweet Mossen (Roud 1646)
  35. [21.04.12] The Lark in the Morning (Roud 151)
  36. [30.04.12] Northill May Song (Roud 305)
  37. [07.05.12] Queen of the May (Roud 594)
  38. [13.05.12] George Collins (Roud 147; Child 85)
  39. [20.05.12] Stroll Away the Morning Dew (Roud 11; Child 112; G/D 2:301)
  40. [27.05.12] The Female Drummer (Roud 226; G/D 1:182)
  41. [05.06.12] The Wild Rover (Roud 1173; G/D 7:1480)
  42. [09.06.12] Early in the Month of Spring (Roud 273; Laws K12; G/D 6:1245)
  43. [16.06.12] All Jolly Fellows that Follow the Plough (Roud 346; G/D 3:418)
  44. [25.06.12] When Jones's Ale Was New (Roud 139; G/D 3:561)
  45. [30.06.12] Sheep Shearing Song (Roud 879)
  46. [08.07.12] The East Indiaman
  47. [14.07.12] Wop She ‘ad It-io (Roud 1212)
  48. [21.07.12] I'll Weave Her a Garland (Roud 1247)
  49. [27.07.12] The Rigs of Rye (Roud 985; Laws O11; G/D 5:1054)
  50. [05.08.12] In Scarborough Fair Town (Roud 185; Laws K18; G/D 1:20)
  51. [11.08.12] Raking the Hay (Roud 855)
  52. [19.08.12] The Crockery Ware (Roud 1490)
  53. [26.08.12] Banks of the Sweet Primroses (Roud 586; G/D 8:1841)
  54. [01.09.12] The Rigs of the Time (Roud 876)
  55. [09.09.12] A Dream of Napoleon (Roud 1538)
  56. [16.09.12] Hopping Down in Kent (Roud 1715)
  57. [23.09.12] When Autumn Skies Were Blue
  58. [30.09.12] There Was Four-and-Twenty Strangers (Roud 1729) / The Irish Hop-Pole Puller (Roud 1709)
  59. [08.10.12] Blow the Candle Out (Roud 368; Laws P17)
  60. [13.10.12] The Rambling Blade (Roud 490; Laws L12; G/D 2:260)
  61. [22.10.12] John Barleycorn (Roud 164; G/D 3:559)
  62. [28.10.12] Creeping Jane (Roud 1012; Laws Q23)
  63. [03.11.12] Common Garden (Roud 17777)
  64. [11.11.12] The Banks of the Nile (Roud 950; Laws N9; G/D 1:99)
  65. [18.11.12] My Son John (Roud 678)
  66. [25.11.12] As Sylvie Was Walking (Roud 170)
  67. [02.12.12] Lazarus (Roud 815)
  68. [09.12.12] Lo! The Eastern Sages Rise (Roud 8360) / Hark Hark What News (Roud 389)
  69. [17.12.12] This Is the Truth Sent from Above (Roud 2109)
  70. [24.12.12] The Boar's Head Carol (Roud 22229) / Babes in the Wood (Roud 288; Laws Q34) / The King (Roud 19109)
  71. [29.12.12] Gower Wassail (Roud 209)
  72. [05.01.13] The Deserter (Roud 493)
  73. [14.01.13] Poor Frozen-Out Gardeners (Roud 22228)
  74. [19.01.13] Floating Down the Tide (Roud 1414; G/D 6:1155)
  75. [27.01.13] When a Man's in Love (Roud 990; Laws O20)
  76. [02.02.13] The Setting of the Sun (Roud 166; Laws O36)
  77. [10.02.13] Needlecases (Roud 1300)
  78. [19.02.13] Flash Company (Roud 954)
  79. [25.02.13] The Brisk Young Widow (Roud 2438)
  80. [03.03.13] The Farmer in Leicester (Roud 2638; Laws L2)
  81. [09.03.13] Three Maidens a-Milking Did Go (Roud 290)
  82. [16.03.13] The Birds Upon the Tree (Roud 1863)
  83. [23.03.13] A Week Before Easter (Roud 154; G/D 6:1198)
  84. [29.03.13] Pace-Egging Song (Roud 614)
  85. [07.04.13] The Old Miser (Roud 3913)
  86. [14.04.13] The Life of a Man (Roud 848)
  87. [21.04.13] Sovay (Roud 7; Laws N21)
  88. [29.04.13] Swalcliffe May Day Carol (Roud 305)
  89. [04.05.13] The Woodman's Daughter (Roud 1277)
  90. [11.05.13] The Bonny Labouring Boy (Roud 1162; Laws M14)
  91. [19.05.13] The Nutting Girl (Roud 509; G/D 7:1475)
  92. [26.05.13] Death and the Lady (Roud 1031)
  93. [01.06.13] Barbara Allen (Roud 54; Child 84; G/D 6:1193)
  94. [09.06.13] The Galway Shawl (Roud 2737)
  95. [16.06.13] The Light of the Moon (Roud 21234)
  96. [23.06.13] Sweet Lemeney (Roud 193)
  97. [29.06.13] The Lake of Coolfin (Roud 189; Laws Q33; G/D 2:228)
  98. [07.07.13] Nobleman and Thresherman (Roud 19; G/D 3:437)
  99. [13.07.13] Master Kilby (Roud 1434)
  100. [20.07.13] Through Lonesome Woods (Roud 3461)
  101. [27.07.13] Come and Be My Little Teddy Bear (Roud 19974)
  102. [04.08.13] Adieu to Old England (Roud 1703)
  103. [10.08.13] Petition of the Pigs in Kent
  104. [18.08.13] The Banks of Sweet Dundee (Roud 148; Laws M25; G/D 2:224)
  105. [26.08.13] Nancy of Yarmouth (Roud 407)
  106. [01.09.13] The Deserter from Kent (Roud 2510)
  107. [08.09.13] Locks and Bolts (Roud 406; Laws M13; G/D 5:1012)
  108. [16.09.13] Horkstow Grange (Roud 1760)
  109. [22.09.13] Poor Old Horse (Roud 513)
  110. [29.09.13] The Gypsy's Warning (Roud 1764)
  111. [07.10.13] Worcester City (Roud 218; Laws P30; G/D 2:210)
  112. [12.10.13] Hare Hunting Song (Roud 580)
  113. [20.10.13] On Board a Ninety-Eight (Roud 1461)
  114. [27.10.13] The Jolly Waggoner (Roud 1088)
  115. [01.11.13] The Game of All Fours (Roud 232)
  116. [09.11.13] Between the Wars
  117. [16.11.13] The American Stranger (Roud 1081; G/D 7:1469)
  118. [23.11.13] The White Hare (Roud 1110)
  119. [01.12.13] The Seven Joys of Mary (Roud 278)
  120. [07.12.13] The Shepherds Amazed (Roud V5591)
  121. [16.12.13] Saint Stephen (Roud 8331) / Rejoice and Be Merry (Roud V9595)
  122. [24.12.13] Hymn for Christmas Day / Sellwood Mollineux’ Carol / Newton’s Double
  123. [28.12.13] The Mistletoe Bough (Roud 2336)
  124. [05.01.14] Down By the Seaside (Roud 1712)
  125. [11.01.14] Old Brown's Daughter (Roud 1426)
  126. [19.01.14] Fare Thee Well, My Dearest Dear (Roud 1035)
  127. [25.01.14] Gentlemen of High Renown (Roud 190)
  128. [01.02.14] Salisbury Plain (Roud 1487)
  129. [08.02.14] Jack Williams (Roud 1906; Laws L17)
  130. [14.02.14] The Flower of Sweet Strabane (Roud 2745; G/D 4:722)
  131. [22.02.14] Epsom Races (Roud 383)
  132. [01.03.14] The Lish Young Buy-a-Broom (Roud 1865)
  133. [08.03.14] The Constant Farmer's Son (Roud 675; Laws M33; G/D 2:221)
  134. [15.03.14] The Birds in the Spring (Roud 356)
  135. [23.03.14] The Maid and the Miller (Roud 1128)
  136. [28.03.14] The Light Horse (Roud 3027)
  137. [05.04.14] Van Diemen's Land (Roud 221)
  138. [12.04.14] Idumea (Roud 6678)
  139. [18.04.14] There Is a Fountain of Christ's Blood (Roud 663)
  140. [26.04.14] Down By the Shannon Side (Roud 1453)
  141. [01.05.14] Good Morning Lords and Ladies (Roud 305)
  142. [10.05.14] As I Walked Out (Roud 308; G/D 5:946)
  143. [16.05.14] The Seeds of Love (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180)
  144. [24.05.14] The Nightingales Sing (Roud 140; Laws P14)
  145. [01.06.14] Husbandman and Servingman (Roud 873)
  146. [07.06.14] The White Cockade (Roud 191)
  147. [14.06.14] The Sheffield Apprentice (Roud 399; Laws O39; G/D 5:998)
  148. [20.06.14] The Flower of Magherally (Roud 3009)
  149. [28.06.14] The Isle of France (Roud 1575)
  150. [06.07.14] Young Girl Cut Down in Her Prime (Roud 2; Laws Q26)
  151. [14.07.14] Fathom the Bowl (Roud 880)
  152. [18.07.14] Nora Daly (Roud 8002)
  153. [25.07.14] Rose of Allendale (Roud 1218)
  154. [03.08.14] Allan MacLean (Roud 2511; G/D 7:1403)
  155. [09.08.14] The Bald-Headed End of the Broom (Roud 2129)
  156. [16.08.14] The Gentleman Soldier (Roud 178; G/D 7:1471)
  157. [23.08.14] Old John Braddalum / Leaning on a Lamp-post (Roud 469; G/D 8:1696)
  158. [30.08.14] Ye Boys o' Callieburn (Roud 6932)
  159. [06.09.14] Canadee-I-O (Roud 309)
  160. [13.09.14] Rolling in the Dew (Roud 298; G/D 4:812)
  161. [21.09.14] The Rambling Irishman (Roud 360; G/D 7:1397)
  162. [27.09.14] My Love Is Gone (Roud 466; Laws K17; G/D 6:1244)
  163. [04.10.14] Mistress’ Healths (Roud 21096 / 310)
  164. [11.10.14] The Carter's Health (Roud 1384) / The Mistress's Health (Roud 310)
  165. [17.10.14] Who Owns the Game? (Roud 3209)
  166. [26.10.14] Poison Beer (Roud 3369)
  167. [31.10.14] The Small Birds Whistle (Roud 199; Child 106; G/D 1:163)
  168. [08.11.14] The Fellow Who Played the Trombone (Roud 1848)
  169. [16.11.14] I’m a Man That’s Done Wrong to My Parents (Roud 1386)
  170. [23.11.14] William Rufus (Roud 2038)
  171. [30.11.14] As Shepherds Watched Their Fleecy Care (Roud 1518)
  172. [05.12.14] King Pharim (Roud 306; Child 55)
  173. [13.12.14] On Christmas Day (Roud 1078)
  174. [20.12.14] Sweet Chiming Bells (Roud 936)
  175. [28.12.14] The Trees Are All Bare (Roud 1170)
  176. [03.01.15] The Somerset Wassail (Roud 209)
  177. [09.01.15] The Trees They Do Grow High (Roud 31; Laws O35; G/D 6:1222)
  178. [17.01.15] Cupid's Garden (Roud 297; G/D 5:970)
  179. [26.01.15] Good Ale (Roud 203; G/D 3:590)
  180. [31.01.15] The Lass of Swansea Town (Roud 1416)
  181. [07.02.15] Hard Times of Old England (Roud 1206)
  182. [15.02.15] Wait Till the Clouds Roll By (Roud 9088)
  183. [22.02.15] Poor Wayfaring Stranger (Roud 3339)
  184. [01.03.15] Painting the Town [Bing Lyle]
  185. [07.03.15] John Barleycorn’s a Hero Bold (Roud 2141)
  186. [14.03.15] The Bold Princess Royal (Roud 528; Laws K29; G/D 1:47)
  187. [20.03.15] Brown to Blue [George Jones, Virginia Franks, Johnny Mathis]
  188. [26.03.15] Down Where the Drunkards Roll [Richard Thompson]
  189. [03.04.15] The Holly Bears a Berry (Roud 514)
  190. [11.04.15] O Once I Was a Shepherd Boy (Roud 2407)
  191. [19.04.15] I Wish That the Wars Were All Over (Roud 2036)
  192. [25.04.15] 'Twas on one April Morning (Roud 1546)
  193. [03.05.15] The Spotted Cow (Roud 956)
  194. [10.05.15] As I Roved Out (Roud 3479; G/D 6:1165)
  195. [16.05.15] As I Roved Out From the County Cavan (Roud 4720)
  196. [24.05.15] Polly on the Shore (Roud 811)
  197. [30.05.15] Hurricane Wind (Roud 997)
  198. [06.06.15] Warlike Seamen (Roud 690; G/D 1:41)
  199. [13.06.15] Lovely Elwina (Roud 1566)
  200. [19.06.15] The Grand Conversation on Napoleon (Roud 1189)
  201. [26.06.15] The Bonny Bunch of Roses (Roud 664; Laws J5; G/D 1:155)
  202. [04.07.15] Six Dukes (Roud 78)
  203. [09.07.15] The Oyster Girl (Roud 875; Laws Q13; G/D 2:304)
  204. [17.07.15] Dust to Dust [John Kirkpatrick]
  205. [25.07.15] The Golden Vanity (Roud 122; Child 286; G/D 1:37)
  206. [31.07.15] Sing a Full Song [John Kirkpatrick]
  207. [06.08.15] Now All You Lads (Roud 1210) / Lord Rothschild / Old Green River
  208. [16.08.15] New Garden Fields (Roud 1054)
  209. [20.08.15] Bonny Woodhall (Roud 3778; G/D 5:947)
  210. [28.08.15] So Was I (Roud 18910)
  211. [05.09.15] The Jealous Sailor [Bob Davenport]
  212. [12.09.15] Enniscorthy Fair (Roud 5312)
  213. [18.09.15] Here’s Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy (Roud 165)
  214. [25.09.15] The Blacksmith (Roud 816)
  215. [01.10.15] Nottingham Goose Fair (Roud V3585)
  216. [08.10.15] The Bold Benjamin (Roud 2632)
  217. [17.10.15] It's a Great Big Shame
  218. [24.10.15] Roll Jordan Roll (Roud 6697)
  219. [01.11.15] The Maid of Australia (Roud 1872)
  220. [08.11.15] The Man He Killed [Thomas Hardy]
  221. [15.11.15] The Recruited Collier (Roud 3503)
  222. [21.11.15] Lord Franklin (Roud 487; Laws K9; G/D 1:16)
  223. [29.11.15] The Mail Coach Guard (Roud V21369)
  224. [05.12.15] All Hail and Praise (Roud 25791)
  225. [11.12.15] While Shepherds Watched (Roud 936)
  226. [19.12.15] God Bless the Master (Roud 1066)
  227. [26.12.15] Boxing Day
  228. [01.01.16] Padstow Wassail (Roud 209)
  229. [09.01.16] Once I Courted a Damsel (Roud 405; Laws M3)
  230. [15.01.16] Corduroy (Roud 1219)
  231. [22.01.16] Georgie (Roud 90; Child 209; G/D 2:249)
  232. [30.01.16] The Veteran (Roud 24926)
  233. [07.02.16] The Widow That Keeps the Cock Inn (Roud B221023)
  234. [11.02.16] Johnny Abourne (Roud 600; G/D 8:1535)
  235. [19.02.16] The Lobster (Roud 149)
  236. [27.02.16] One Night As I Lay on My Bed (Roud 672)
  237. [07.03.16] Up in the North (Roud 582; Laws P3; G/D 4:895)
  238. [12.03.16] The Faithful Sailor Boy (Roud 376; Laws K13; G/D 1:66)
  239. [18.03.16] All Things Are Quite Silent (Roud 2532)
  240. [25.03.16] Sleep On Beloved (Roud 15632)
  241. [01.04.16] Do Me Ama (Roud 511; Laws K40)
  242. [09.04.16] Long Looked for Come At Last (Roud 1643)
  243. [16.04.16] When Spring Comes In (Roud 439)
  244. [24.04.16] Fare Thee Well Dearest Nancy (Roud 527; Laws K14)
  245. [29.04.16] Dido Bendigo (Roud 584)
  246. [01.05.16] House in the Country (Roud 2499)
  247. [09.05.16] When I Was on Horseback (Roud 2; Laws Q26)
  248. [21.05.16] Sally Free and Easy [Cyril Tawney]
  249. [28.05.16] Whitsun Dance [words Austin John Marshall]
  250. [04.06.16] Royal Forester (Roud 67; Child 110; G/D 7:1465)
  251. [10.06.16] John Barleycorn (Roud 164; G/D 3:559)
  252. [16.06.16] Chain of Gold (Roud 1417)
  253. [23.06.16] Fare Thee Well Cold Winter (Roud 1034)
  254. [01.07.16] By the Hush (Roud 2314)
  255. [09.07.16] Doffing Mistress (Roud 2133)
  256. [15.07.16] Baltimore (Roud 4690)
  257. [23.07.16] If I Were Back ‘Ome in ‘Ampshire (Roud 16931)
  258. [29.07.16] Working on the New Railroad (Roud 17886)
  259. [05.08.16] Young Banker (Roud 3321)
  260. [12.08.16] Jolly Good Song Jolly Good Song (Roud 1224)
  261. [02.09.16] The Hawk and the Crow (Roud 747)
  262. [17.12.16] The Woodside (Roud 21873)
  263. [23.12.16] Morning Star [Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915)]
  264. [28.01.17] Dowie Dens of Yarrow (Roud 13; Child 214; G/D 2:215)
  265. [04.02.17] The Cruel Mother (Roud 9; Child 20; G/D 2:193)