> Folk Music > Records > Peter & Chris Coe: Open the Door and Let Us In

Open the Door and Let Us In

Peter & Chris Coe: Open the Door and Let Us In (Trailer LER 2077)

Open the Door and Let Us In
Peter & Chris Coe

Trailer Records LER 2077 (LP, UK, 1972)

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Recorded and produced by Seumas Ewens;
Illustration by John Crane;
Sleeve design and photography by Janet Kerr

Musicians

Peter Coe, vocals, melodeon, cittern;
Chris Coe, vocals, duet concertina, hammered dulcimer

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Acting Song
  2. The Banks of Red Roses (Roud 603; G/D 7:1444)
  3. Cheshire May Day Carol (Roud 305)
  4. Lady Diamond (Roud 112; Child 269; G/D 6:1224)
  5. False Knight on the Road (Roud 20; Child 3)
  6. Joseph Baker
  1. The Wizard of Alderley Edge
  2. The Wife of Usher's Well (Roud 196; Child 79)
  3. The Egloshayle Ringers (Roud 1163)
  4. The Plains of Waterloo (Roud 960; Laws N32)
  5. Hugh of Lincoln (Roud 73; Child 155)
  6. The Gay Fusilier

All tracks trad. arr. Peter & Chris Coe except
Track 4 trad., Peter Coe;
Tracks 6-7 Peter Coe;
Tracks 8, 11 trad. arr. Chris Coe;
Track 12 Peter Coe, trad. arr. Chris Coe

> Folk Music > Records > Pete & Chris Coe: Out of Season, Out of Rhyme

Out of Season, Out of Rhyme

Pete & Chris Coe: Out of Season, Out of Rhyme (Trailer LER 2098)

Out of Season, Out of Rhyme
Pete & Chris Coe

Trailer Records LER 2098 (LP, UK, 1976)

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Recorded by Bill Leader and John Gill at Leader Sound;
Produced by Bill Leader;
Sleeve design and photography by Janet Kerr

Musicians

Pete Coe, vocals, guitar, bouzouki, dulcimer, melodeon;
Chris Coe, vocals, duet concertina, hammered dulcimer, percussion

with
Lyn Dobson, alto saxophone, flute, chorus;
Terry Tucker, piano, chorus;
John Gill, fiddle, chorus;
Janet Kerr, banjo;
John Adams, trombone;
Mel Dean, Anglo concertina;
Dave Burland, bass guitar;
Tony Rose, chorus;
Bill Leader, triangle, razor blades, help, advice;
Helen Leader, teapot;
Riley Lucas, bones

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The King's Song
  2. Young Benjie (Roud 3911; Child 86)
  3. Gilsland Hornpipe / Linhope Lope
  4. Farewell to the Brine
  5. Bold Reynard Waltz / The Cunning Old Traitor
  6. Bishop of Chester's Jig
  1. Two Sisters (Roud 8; Child 10; G/D 2:213)
  2. P&O Polka
  3. Proud Lady Margaret (Roud 37; Child 47; G/D 2:336)
  4. When This Old Hat Was New (Roud 1693)
  5. Welcome Cold November

All tracks trad. arr. Pete & Chris Coe except
Track 6 Pete Coe;
Track 8 Procida Bucalossi

> Folk Music > Records > Pete & Chris Coe: Game of All Fours

Game of All Fours

Pete & Chris Coe: Game of All Fours (Highway SHY 7007)

Game of All Fours
Pete & Chris Coe

Highway Records SHY 7007 (LP, UK, 1979)

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Recorded by John Gill at Leader Sound in March and April 1979;
Produced by John Gill;
Executive producer: John Zollman;
Cover design and artwork by John Crane

Musicians

Pete Coe, vocals, melodeon, cittern;
Chris Coe, vocals, duet concertina, hammered dulcimer

with
John Gill, fiddle [1b, 3];
Janet Kerr, fiddle and banjo [1b, 3]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Beggar / Gypsies Hornpipe (4.36)
  2. The Drummer Boy for Waterloo (3.16)
  3. Towhouse / Willy Taylor's / Scotch Polka polkas (4.04)
  4. The Cruel Mother (Roud 9; Child 20; G/D 2:193) (4.03)
  5. Broomfield Wager (Roud 34; Child 43; G/D 2:322; Henry H135) / Direktors Waltz (4.07)
  1. The Game of All Fours (Roud 232) (4.41)
  2. Catch Me If You Can (Roud 1028) (4.09)
  3. The Roman Wall / Let the Hackles Rise / Rattle the Cash jigs (3.33)
  4. The Factory Lad (4.21)
  5. Shallow Brown (Roud 2621) (3.07)

All tracks trad. arr. Pete & Chris Coe except
Track 8b Andrew Rankine;
Track 9 Colin Dryden

> Folk Music > Records > Pete Coe: It's a Mean Old Scene

It's a Mean Old Scene

Pete Coe: It's a Mean Old Scene (Backshift BASH 39)

It's a Mean Old Scene
Pete Coe

Backshift Records BASH 39 (LP, UK, 1985)

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Recorded at Splash Studios, Liverpool;
Produced and engineered by Bob Thomas and Gordon Jones;
Sleeve design, artwork and photography by Doc Rowe

Musicians

Pete Coe, vocals, bouzouki, 5-string banjo, dulcimer, melodeon, bass guitar

with
John Adams, DX7 synthesiser, trombone;
Paul Roberts, border pipes;
Peadar Long, saxophone;
Colin Wood, cello, trombone;
Bob Thomas, lead guitar;
Clive Pownceby, congas;
Sefton Park Noon Chorus led by Gill Burns and Barb Preece, harmony vocals,
with Mike Preece, Brian Jones, John Adams, Tim Moon and Clive Pownceby, chorus

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. It’s a Mean Old Scene (4.12)
  2. The Alimony Run (4.15)
  3. I Do Not Want to Lose You (6.03)
  4. Wait Till the Clouds Roll By (Roud 9088) (5.01)
  1. Manchester Angel (Roud 2741) (3.40)
  2. Down By the Waters Rolling (Roud 8; Child 10; G/D 2:213) (5.45)
  3. Sick Parade (4.00)
  4. Rolling Down the Ryburn (5.08)

Tracks 1-2, 8 Pete Coe;
Track 3 Terry Conway;
Track 4 words J.T. Wood, music H.J. Fulmer;
Tracks 5-6 trad. adapted Pete Coe;
Track 7 words Roger Woddis, tune Pete Coe

> Folk Music > Records > Red Shift: Back in the Red

Red Shift: Back in the Red

Red Shift: Back in the Red (Backshift BASH 41)

Back in the Red
Red Shift

Backshift Records BASH 41 (LP, UK, 1987)

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Produced by Red Shift;
Recorded by Tony Bonner at Off Beat Studios, Leeds, February/March 1987;
Mixed by John Gill;
Cover photo by Peter Hollings;
Sleeve and logos by Dave Pugh

Musicians

Pete Coe, vocals, bouzouki, banjo, dulcimer, melodeon;
John Adams, vocals, DX7 keyboards, fiddle;
George Faux, vocals, fiddle, mandolin;
Dave Shaw, vocals, Northumbrian pipes, melodeon

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Valencia Harbour / Up the Walls of the World / Around the World for Sport (7.19)
  2. The Waves of Tory (4.15)
  3. No Cause, No Cause for Alarm (5.12)
  1. Sold Down the River Again (6.27)
  2. The Lancashire Emigrant's Farewell (4.03)
  3. The Last Dance / The Lemonville / Stormy Weather / Tich's Reel (8.46)

Tracks 1ac, 6c trad.;
Track 1b Martin Reese, Paul Thompson;
Tracks 2, 4 Pete Coe;
Track 3 Bill Prince;
Track 5 George Faux;
Track 6a Bob Pegg;
Track 6b Jack Hayes;
Track 6d Willie Taylor

> Folk Music > Records > Pete Coe: A Right Song and Dance

A Right Song and Dance

Pete Coe: A Right Song and Dance (Backshift BASH 43)

A Right Song and Dance
Pete Coe

Backshift Records BASH 43 (LP, UK, 1989)

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Recorded at Ken Giles Studios, Wakefield;
Produced by Pete Coe and Tony Bonner;
Engineered by Tony Bonner;
Photos by Peter Hollings;
Sleeve design by Dave Pugh

Musicians

Pete Coe, vocals, bouzouki, 5-string banjo, dulcimer, melodeon

with Hooke's Law (F = -kx):
Chris Coe, hammered dulcimer, vocals;
Johnny Adams, keyboards, trombone;
Janet Kerr, Chris Partington, fiddle;
Mike Hockenhull, banjo

plus:
Dave Shaw, Northumbrian pipes;
Penny Callow, cello;
The Northern Discomfort Chorus (Jim Boyes, Helen Hockenhull, Chris Coe, John Adams, Sue Coe), vocals

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Pennine Way (4.50)
  2. Seven Gypsies (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278; Henry H124) (4.44)
  3. Whinham’s Jig / Morgan Rattler (4.00)
  4. When the Red Rose Blooms Again (4.50)
  1. Poverty Knock (Roud 3491) (5.40)
  2. Road to Ballysodare / Kirkgate Hornpipe (4.10)
  3. The Jackdaw (4.17)
  4. Sons of Freedom (Roud 9401) (3.10)
  5. John Brown’s March (2.24)

Tracks 1, 4, 7 Pete Coe;
Track 2 trad. adapted Pete Coe;
Tracks 3, 6 trad.;
Track 5 Tom Daniel / trad. adapted Pete Coe;
Track 8 trad., additional words Pete Coe, Chris Coe;
Track 9 trad. adapted and arr. Hooke's Law

> Folk Music > Records > Pete Coe: Long Company

Long Company

Pete Coe: Long Company (Backshift BASHCD 45)

Long Company
Pete Coe

Backshift Records BASHCD 45 (CD, UK, 1997)

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Recorded at Sunnybanks Recording Studios, Mill Fold, Ripponden, West Yorkshire, January and February 1997;
Engineer Mike Briggs;
Produced by Mike Briggs and Pete Coe;
Artwork and design by Chris Sands;
All photos of The Long Company by Margaret Watts

Musicians

Pete Coe, vocals [1-3, 5-14], melodeon [1, 3-4, 7, 9-10, 12-14], bouzouki [3, 6, 9, 13], banjo [8, 12], Appalachian dulcimer [2, 11], feet [3, 9, 14], bass balalaika [6, 8];
Chris Coe, hammered dulcimer [4, 6, 15], side drum [1];
John Adams, fiddle [4, 15], keyboards [4], harmonium [15];
Chris Partington, fiddle [4, 15];
Nick Barber, French horn [1];
Sarah Barber, trumpet [1, 14];
Derek Barber, snare drum [1];
Chris Coe, Sue Coe, John Adams, Vic Gammon, Annie Dearman, Mary Humphries, Ian Slim, Steve Harrison, Nick Barber, Sarah Barber, chorus [1, 14]

Tracks

  1. Bring the New Year In (4.00)
  2. Across the Western Ocean (Roud 8234) (3.38)
  3. The Fireman's Song (4.58)
  4. East Boldon / Ann Frazer Mackenzie (3.38)
  5. The P.R. Man from Hell (5.46)
  6. Juniper, Gentle and Rosemary (Roud 161; Child 1) (4.47)
  7. What's It Worth? (3.18)
  8. William Taylor (Roud 158; Laws N11; G/D 1:169; Henry H231, H757) (5.19)
  9. As I Roved Out (Roud 277; Laws O17; G/D 4:791; Henry H152) (4.17)
  10. Kings and Queens of England (2.36)
  11. I Courted a Wee Girl (Roud 154; G/D 6:1198) (5.15)
  12. None So Steady (3.45)
  13. The Barleycorn (4.10)
  14. We'll Have a May Day (3.31)
  15. Bill Hall's No. 1 & No. 2 (4.22)

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 1, 7, 12 Pete Coe;
Track 3 Don Bilston;
Track 5 Trevor Carter;
Track 10 Vic Gammon;
Track 14 Matt McGinn

> Folk Music > Records > Chris Coe: A Wiser Fool

A Wiser Fool

Chris Coe: A Wiser Fool (Backshift BASHCD 51)

A Wiser Fool
Chris Coe

Backshift Records BASHCD 51 (CD, UK, 2001)

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Recorded at Sunnybanks Recording Studios, Mill Fold, Ripponden, West Yorkshire, April 2001;
Engineer Matt Bernard;
Produced by John Adams;
Artwork and design by Chris Sands, Images by Chris Coe;
Photography Janet Kerr

Musicians

Chris Coe, vocals [1-4, 6-10, 12-13, 15-17], hammered dulcimer [1, 5, 14, 16-17], Appalachian dulcimer [2, 10], duet concertina [3, 8, 11], bodhrán [9], feet [9];
John Adams, vocals [1], fiddle [1, 7, 16], harmonium [13, 17], keyboards [14];
Pete Coe, vocals [1], melodeon [1, 7], 5-stringed banjo [16];
Vic Gammon, bass guitar [17]

Tracks

  1. Hind Horn (Roud 28; Child 17; G/D 5:1022) (4.18)
  2. Young Leonard (Roud 189; Laws Q33; G/D 2:228; Henry H176) (3.47)
  3. Lament for the Death of the Reverend Archie Beaton / Edward (Roud 200; Child 13) (5.32)
  4. Harvest Song (from The Path) (2.41)
  5. Pipe on the Hob / Wearmouth Lads / Jug o' Punch jigs (3.30)
  6. False Foodrage (Roud 57; Child 89; G/D 8:1930) (5.02)
  7. Yon Green Valley (Roud 2125; G/D 6:1183) (4.08)
  8. Limbo / The Morn Is Black (3.38)
  9. Redesdale and Wise William (Roud 243; Child 246) (3.44)
  10. Love Henry (Song of a Lost Hunter) (Roud 47; Child 68) (4.28)
  11. Horga Mountain Tune / Waltz (3.21)
  12. Fashioned of the Clay (2.25)
  13. Poachers Song (Roud 1686) (3.26)
  14. Peeler Creek Waltz / Dog in Difficulty (2.39)
  15. Geordie (Roud 90; Child 209; G/D 2:249) (4.14)
  16. British Field March / Drummer Boy for Waterloo (4.18)
  17. Longing (2.25)

All tracks trad. arr. Chris Coe except
Track 3a John Mason;
Tracks 4, 8a, 12, 17 Chris Coe;
Track 8b words trad., tune Chris Coe

> Folk Music > Records > Pete Coe: In Paper Houses

In Paper Houses

Pete Coe: In Paper Houses (Backshift BASHCD 53)

In Paper Houses
Pete Coe

Backshift Records BASHCD 53 (CD, UK, 2004)

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Recorded at Sunnybanks Recording Studios, Mill Fold, Ripponden, West Yorkshire, in March 2004;
Engineer Steve Whitfield;
Produced by Pete Coe, Steve Whitfield, Chris Coe and John Adams;
Artwork and design by Chris Sands;
Cover illustration by Tony Hall

Musicians

Pete Coe, vocals, bouzouki, melodeon, banjo, Appalachian dulcimer, feet;
Chris Coe, harmony vocals, duet concertina, hammered dulcimer;
John Adams, harmony vocals, fiddle, keyboards, trombone;
Ryburn 3 Step chorus (Vic Gammon, Annie Dearman, Alice Jones, Terry Whelan, Sue Burgess, Dave Bishop, Chris Manners, Gill Baldwin, Hazel Pigott, Pauline Jones, Sylvia Needham, Michael Beeke, Peter Rushworth, Sue Coe);
Pete Martin, duelling trumpets [1];
Backshift Brass (John Adams, trombone, baton; Jake Jones, cornet; Michael Beeke, tuba; Alice Jones, clarinet; Steve Harrison, saxophone) [15];

Tracks

  1. Seven Warnings (5.29)
  2. An Acre of Land (Roud 21093) (3.55)
  3. I Only Spoke Portuguese (3.11)
  4. Banks of Virgie (Roud 27; Child 14; G/D 2:199) (6.23)
  5. Catch Me If You Can (Roud 1028) (4.12)
  6. Judas (3.12)
  7. Old Man's Advice (Roud 1482) (3.49)
  8. Oregon (3.10)
  9. Penny for the Ploughboys (4.26)
  10. Mermaid (Roud 124; Child 289; G/D 1:27) (4.10)
  11. Tower of Babel (4.25)
  12. Outlandish Knight (Roud 21; Child 4; G/D 2:225; Henry H163) (5.27)
  13. Boston Burglar (Roud 261; Laws L16; G/D 2:260; Henry H691) (4.47)
  14. Northill May Song (Roud 305) (1.32)
  15. Wassail Song (Roud 209) (2.57)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 Pete Coe, Chris Coe;
Track 3 Bill Worsfold;
Track 8 Tucker Zimmerman;
Track 9 Colin Cater;
Track 11 Trevor Carter

> Folk Music > Records > Pete Coe: Previous

Previous

Pete Coe: Previous (Backshift BASHCD 55)

Previous
Pete Coe

Backshift Records BASHCD 55 (CD, UK, 2007)

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This is a compilation of most of the tracks of the two LPs It's a Mean Old Scene and A Right Song and Dance.

Tracks

  1. It’s a Mean Old Scene (4.12)
  2. The Alimony Run (4.15)
  3. I Do Not Want to Lose You (6.03)
  4. Wait Till the Clouds Roll By (Roud 9088) (5.01)
  5. Manchester Angel (Roud 2741) (3.40)
  6. Down By the Waters Rolling (Roud 8; Child 10; G/D 2:213) (5.45)
  7. The Pennine Way (4.50)
  8. Seven Gypsies (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278; Henry H124) (4.44)
  9. Whinham’s Jig / Morgan Rattler (4.00)
  10. When the Red Rose Blooms Again (4.50)
  11. Poverty Knock (Roud 3491) (5.40)
  12. Road to Ballysodare / Kirkgate Hornpipe (4.10)
  13. The Jackdaw (4.17)
  14. Sons of Freedom (Roud 9401) (3.10)
  15. John Brown’s March (2.24)
  16. Rolling Down the Ryburn (live version) (6.51)

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 1-2, 7, 10, 13, 16 Pete Coe;
Track 3 Terry Conway;
Track 4 words J.T. Wood, music H.J. Fulmer

> Folk Music > Records > Pete Coe: Backbone

Backbone

Pete Coe: Backbone (Backshift BASHCD 57)

Backbone
Pete Coe

Backshift Records BASHCD 57 (CD, UK, 2010)

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Recorded, produced and audio mastered by Joss Worthington at Ryburn Recording;
Design and art direction: Design By If

Musicians

Pete Coe, vocals, bouzouki, melodeon, banjo, Appalachian dulcimer, feet;
Johnny Adams, fiddle, harmonium, trombone, harmony vocals, chorus, brass arrangements;
Chris Coe, hammered dulcimer, concertina, harmony vocals, chorus;
Michael Beeke, tuba;
Kirsty Bromley, trumpet, chorus;
Alice Jones, clarinet, piano;
Hugh Bradley, double bass;
Chris Partington, fiddle;
Dan Eccles, percussion;
Annie Dearman, Jon Loomes, chorus

Tracks

  1. Byker Hill (Roud 3488) (3.23)
  2. Fair Margaret and Sweet William (Roud 253; Child 74; G/D 2:337) (5.03)
  3. The Recruiting Officer / The Roman Wall jigs (3.28)
  4. The Wife of Usher's Well (Roud 196; Child 79) (4.44)
  5. On a Monday Morning (3.12)
  6. Flora, the Lily of the West (Roud 957; Laws P29; Henry H578) (5.38)
  7. Poor Old Horse (Roud 513) (4.24)
  8. The Sheffield Apprentice (Roud 399; Laws O39; G/D 5:998; Henry H31) (6.04)
  9. The Blind Man He Can See (Roud 183; Laws Q2; G/D 2:318; Henry H174) (4.58)
  10. The Cruel Mother (Roud 9; Child 20; G/D 2:193) (6.28)
  11. Gånglåt från Mockfjärd / Efterkälken (4.54)
  12. Light from the Lighthouse (4.34)
  13. Sound of Hohner (live bonus track) (4.53)

All tracks trad. except
Track 5 Cyril Tawney;
Track 11b Hjort Anders;
Track 12 Bob Zentz;
Track 13 Pete Coe

> Folk Music > Records > Pete Coe: Tall Tailes

Tall Tailes

Pete Coe: Tall Tailes (Backshift BASHCD EXTRA 59)

Tall Tailes
Pete Coe

Backshift Records BASHCD EXTRA 59 (CD, UK, 2011)

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Recorded, produced and audio mastered by Joss Worthington at Ryburn Recording;
Illustrations by John Crane;
Layout design by Design By If

Musicians

Pete Coe, vocals, melodeon, banjo, bouzouki;
Choruses sung by Years 5 and 6 pupils from Rippanden J&I School;
Alice Jones, piano, clarinet, whistle, bubbles;
Michael Beeke, tuba, bagpipes, recorder;
Jon Loomes, hurdy-gurdy, fiddle, viola;
Chris Coe, hammered dulcimer;
Lucy Wright, jew's harp;
Dan Eccles, drums;
Johnny Adams, special effects

Tracks

  1. Down in the Diving Bell (Roud 5013) (3.47)
  2. Hop, Hop, Hop (2.54)
  3. All God's Critters (2.58)
  4. Animals Beasts and Creatures (4.28)
  5. Stanley the Rat (1.48)
  6. Noah's Ark Shanty (Roud 318) (1.57)
  7. Herring's Head (Roud 128) (4.02)
  8. Daddy Fox (Roud 131; G/D 3:499; Henry H38) (3.40)
  9. Froggie (Here's to Cheshire) (5.23)
  10. Three Little Pigs (3.22)
  11. The Wizard of Alderley Edge (5.25)
  12. Black, White, Yellow and Green (Roud 9212) (2.08)
  13. The Crocodile (3.27)
  14. Tree on the Hill (4.46)
  15. There Was a Pig Went Out to Dig (2.39)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 Alfred Lee;
Track 3 Bill Staines;
Tracks 4, 11 Pete Coe;
Track 5 Cyril Tawney;
Track 10 Leslie Haworth

> Folk Music > Records > Pete Coe and Alice Jones: The Search for Five Finger Frank

The Search for Five Finger Frank

Pete Coe and Alice Jones: The Search for Five Finger Frank (Backshift BASHCD 61)

The Search for Five Finger Frank
Pete Coe and Alice Jones

Backshift Records BASHCD 61 (CD, UK, April 13, 2014)

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The Search for Five Finger Frank is a double album celebrating the legacy of the great Frank Kidson; a man once revered by his peers but now, sadly overlooked by the folk movement of today. Pete Coe and Alice Jones present both classic and rare songs taken from the Frank Kidson collection and set to innovative and original arrangements, breathing fresh life into songs once left to gather dust. This recording features ballads, broadsides and dance tunes mainly from Yorkshire.

Engineered and recorded by Joss Worthington at Distant City Recording Studio, Ripponden, West Yorkshire;
Cover art by John Crane

Musicians

Pete Coe, vocals [1, 3, 6, 8-9, 11, 14-15, 17, 19, 21, 24, 26], bouzouki, melodeons, banjo, bansitar;
Alice Jones, vocals [2, 4, 7, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 23, 25], harmonium, piano, whistles, clarinet, feet;
Johnny Adams, fiddle [5, 13, 23, 27], harmony vocals [1, 3, 11, 15];
Chris Coe, hammered dulcimer [13, 22, 27], harmony vocals [1];
Michael Beeke, tuba [1, 26], harmony vocals [3, 11, 15], brass arrangements;
Julie Helliwell, trombone [1, 26];
Stephen McGowan, trumpet [1, 26];
Chris Partington, fiddle [5, 13, 22, 27];
Steve Harrison, mouth organ [5, 13, 22, 27];
Murray Grainger, harmony vocals [3, 11];
Gina Le Faux, fiddle [14], viola [14], bass fiddle [2, 16]

Tracks

CD 1CD 2
  1. One Summer's Morning (Roud 191; TT, FSNC) (4.56)
  2. The Swans Swim So Bonny (Roud 8; Child 10; G/D 2:213; GEF, FSSJ 9) (5.26)
  3. The Death of Bill Brown (Roud 609; TT, FKB) (3.23)
  4. The Knight and the Shepherd's Daughter (Roud 67; Child 110; G/D 7:1465; TT, FSNC) (7.05)
  5. The Kirkgate Hornpipes 1 & 2 (OECD) (2.59)
  6. Captain Glen (Roud 478; Laws K22; G/D 2:191; GEF) (5.17)
  7. The Sprig of Thyme (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180; TT) (5.15)
  8. The Highwayman Outwitted (Roud 2638; Laws L2; GEF, FSSJ 9) (2.22)
  9. Turpin Hero (Roud 621; Laws L10; FSSJ 9) (2.40)
  10. Shule Agra (Roud 911; FSSJ 9) (3.33)
  11. Outward Bound (Roud 1104; TT, FSNC) (3.31)
  12. My True Love Once He Courted Me (Roud 60; Laws P25; G/D 6:1170; TT) (3.17)
  13. Come Ashore Jolly Tar With Your Trousers On (OECD) (3.26)
  14. Scarborough Fair (Roud 12; Child 2; G/D 2:329; TT) (4.07)
  1. Hares in the Old Plantation (Roud 363; TT, FSNC) (3.17)
  2. Young Riley the Fisherman (Roud 270; Laws M8; G/D 1:22; GEF, FSSJ 5) (5.21)
  3. All on Spurn Point (Roud 599; EPS, FSSJ 9, FKB) (2.39)
  4. Bonny Light Horseman (Roud 1185; G/D 8:1584; EOS, FKB) (5.04)
  5. The Bonny Bunch of Roses O (Roud 664; Laws J5; G/D 1:155; FSSJ 9) (5.49)
  6. I Designed to Say No But Mistook and Said Yes (Roud 1459; Henry H472; GEF) (2.49)
  7. Geordie (Roud 90; Child 209; G/D 2:249; TT, FSNC, FKB) (3.48)
  8. The Trip to Knaresborough (ms) / The Ball (OECD) (3.27)
  9. One Moonlit Night (Roud 17769; EP, FSSJ 9) (5.11)
  10. The Bold Princess Royal (Roud 528; Laws K29; G/D 1:47; GEF) (3.09)
  11. Young Banker (Roud 3321; FSSJ) (3.59)
  12. The Deserter (Roud 493; GEF, FSSJ 9, FKB) (5.03)
  13. The Leeds Polka (OECD) (2.57)
TTFrank Kidson, Traditional Tunes, Oxford: Chas. Taphouse, 1891
GEFFrank Kidson, A Garland of English Folk-Songs, London: Ascherberg, Hopwood and Crew, 1926
FSNCFrank Kidson, Folk Songs from the North Countrie, London: Ascherberg, Hopwood and Crew, 1927
EPSFrank Kidson, English Peasant Songs, London: Ascherberg, Hopwood and Crew, 1929
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The Man in the Red Van

Pete Coe: The Man in the Red Van (Backshift BASHCD 63)

The Man in the Red Van
Pete Coe

Backshift Records BASHCD 63 (CD, UK, May 10, 2017)

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Produced, recorded and mixed by David Crickmore at Splid Studios, Keighley;
Mastered by Neil Ferguson;
Photos by Bruce Fitzgerald;
Design by Lee Walsh;
Layout and admin by Sue Coe

Musicians

Pete Coe, vocals, banjo, bouzouki, guitar, dulcimer, melodeon, foo percussion;
David Crickmore, lead guitar, bass guitar, synthesiser;
Andy Peacock, drums;
Johnny Adams, Chris Coe, Emma Crickmore, Annie Dearman, Alan Rose, Lynda Hardcastle, Helen & Mike Hockenhull, John Clough, chorus

Tracks

  1. King Henry (Roud 10; Child 12; G/D 2:209; Henry H814) (4.51)
  2. The Spanish Lady (Roud 542; G/D 4:746; Henry H532) (5.37)
  3. The Banks of Red Roses (Roud 603; G/D 7:1444) (5.10)
  4. Joseph Baker (3.33)
  5. Farewell to the Brine (4.29)
  6. The Walls of Troy (6.00)
  7. World of Misery (Shenandoah) (Roud 324) (4.40)
  8. Jack Hall (Roud 369; Laws L5) (4.25)
  9. The Footboy (Roud 3580) (6.12)
  10. Ash and Alder (3.54)

All tracks trad. arr. Pete Coe except
Tracks 4-5 Pete Coe;
Track 6 Terry Conway, Ged Foley;
Track 10 Vic Gammon

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Other records with Pete and/or Chris Coe

Various Artists, The Wide Midlands: Songs, Stories and Tunes from the Central Countries, LP, Topic 12TS210, 1971

Muckram Wakes, Muckram Wakes, LP, Trailer LER 2093, 1976

Tony Rose, On Banks of Green Willow, LP, Trailer LER 2101, 1976

Various Artists, Folkfestival '76 Dranouter, LP, Parsifal 2000 181, 1976

Nic Jones, The Noah's Ark Trap, LP, Trailer LER 2091, 1977

Roger Nicholson, Stefan Sobell, Liz Sobell, Pete Coe & Holly Cannen, The Dulcimer Players, LP, Transatlantic The Leader Tradition LTRA 502, 1977

Bandoggs, Bandoggs, LP, Transatlantic The Leader Tradition LTRA 504, 1978

New Victory Band, One More Dance & Then, LP, Topic 12TS382, 1978

Dave Burland, You Can't Fool the Fat Man, LP, Rubber RUB 036, 1979

The English Country Blues Band, No Rules, LP, Dingle's DIN 323, 1982

The English Country Blues Band, Home and Deranged, LP, Rogue FMSL 2004, 1983

Gerry Hallom, A Run a Minute, LP, Fellside FE036, 1983

Keith Kendrick, Home Ground, CD, Fellside FECD118, 1997

The English Country Blues Band, Unruly, LP, Weekend Beatnik WEBE 9040, 2002

John Tams et al., No. 47 Music of The Good Hope, CD EP, private issue T2 001, 2002

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

Various Artists, Nick-Knack on the Waa (Old Songs & Bothy Ballads Volume 4), CD, Autumn Harvest AH 006, 2008

Folk for M.S., Generosity: A Unique Collection Celebrating 20 Years of Folk for M.S., CD, WildGoose WGS365CD, 2009

Roy Bailey, Tomorrow, CD, Fuse CFCD408, 2010

Spiers & Boden, The Works, CD, Navigator NAVIGATOR046, 2011

Various Artists, Hurrah Boys Hurrah! (Old Songs & Bothy Ballads Vol. 7), CD, Autumn Harvest AH 010, 2011

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