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Sarah McQuaid: When Two Lovers Meet

Sarah McQuaid: When Two Lovers Meet (Sarah McQuaid SMQCD001)

When Two Lovers Meet
Sarah McQuaid

Sarah McQuaid SMQCD001 (CD, UK, February 1, 1997)

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Produced by Gerry O’Beirne;
Recorded and mixed at Marguerite Studios, Dublin;
Engineered by Trevor Hutchinson and Dermot Behan;
Mastered by Frank MacNamara at Park House Studios;
Booklet design and original cover artwork by Mary Guinan;
Photography by Colm Henry

Musicians

Sarah McQuaid, vocals [1, 3, 5-8, 10], guitar [1-3, 5-7], melody guitars [4, 9], harmony guitars [4];
Gerry O'Beirne, ukulele [2, 4], National Steel guitar [3], backing guitar [4, 9];
Rod McVey, keyboards [1, 4];
Kevin Murphy, cello [1-2];
Colm McCaughey, fiddle [2, 6];
John McSherry, low whistle [2], whistle [5], uillean pipes [2, 7];
Trevor Hutchinson, double bass [6];
Niamh Parsons, vocals [10]

Tracks

  1. Sprig of Thyme (Roud 3; G/D 6:1180) (3.33)
  2. The Tempest (4.21)
  3. When a Man's in Love (Roud 990; Laws O20; Henry H211) (4.47)
  4. King of the Fairies / The Blackbird (5.16)
  5. Johnny Lad (Roud 2587; G/D 4:755) (3.40)
  6. Charlie’s Gone Home (4.02)
  7. When Two Lovers Meet (Roud 6857) (6.49)
  8. Táim Cortha ó Bheith im’ Aonar im’ Luí (6.38)
  9. The Chicago Reel / The Green Fields of Glentown (4.30)
  10. The Parting Glass (Roud 3004; G/D 8:1531; Henry H769) (3.19)

Tracks 1-4, 9a trad. arr. Sarah McQuaid, Gerry O'Beirne;
Tracks 5, 7-8 trad. arr. Sarah McQuaid;
Tracks 6 Sarah McQuaid;
Track 9b Tommy Peoples arr. Sarah McQuaid, Gerry O'Beirne;
Track 10 trad. arr. Sarah McQuaid, Niamh Parsons

> Folk Music > Records > Sarah McQuaid: I Won't Go Home 'Til Morning

Sarah McQuaid: I Won't Go Home 'Til Morning

Sarah McQuaid: I Won't Go Home 'Til Morning (Sarah McQuaid SMQCD002)

I Won't Go Home 'Til Morning
Sarah McQuaid

Sarah McQuaid SMQCD002 (CD, UK, October 28, 2008)

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Produced by Gerry O’Beirne;
Engineered by Trevor Hutchinson;
Recorded and mixed at Marguerite Studios, Glasnevin, Dublin;
Mastered by Sander van der Heide at Polyhymnia International, Baarn, The Netherlands;
Design and original cover artwork by Mary Guinan;
Photography by Alastair Bruce;
Supported by the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon under the Deis funding scheme for the traditional arts

Musicians

Sarah McQuaid, vocals [1-2, 4, 6-11], guitar [1, 4, 7-11], melody guitar [3, 5];
Gerry O'Beirne, 12-string guitar [1, 3], 6-string guitar [3], slide guitar [4, 8], tiple [3, 5], ukulele [8], ebow [1];
Trevor Hutchinson, double bass [4, 8-9, 11], electric bass [5];
Rosie Shipley, fiddle [1];
Máire Breatnach, fiddle [7, 9], viola [11];
Liam Bradley, percussion [1-2, 5], vocals [6]

Tracks

  1. The Chickens They Are Crowing (Roud 3650) (5.33)
  2. West Virginia Boys (Roud 4275) (2.09)
  3. Shady Grove (Roud 4456) / Cluck Old Hen (2.21)
  4. Ode to Billie Joe (5.38)
  5. Uncloudy Day (3.36)
  6. Wondrous Love (Roud 5089) (3.11)
  7. Only an Emotion (3.32)
  8. In the Pines (Roud 3421) (4.42)
  9. East Virginia (Roud 3396) (4.39)
  10. The Wagoner’s Lad (Roud 414) (4.02)
  11. Last Song (5.00)

Tracks 1-3, 8-10 trad. arr. Sarah McQuaid;
Track 4 Bobby Gentry;
Track 5 J.K. Alwood;
Track 6 trad. arr. Jean Ritchie;
Tracks 7, 11 Sarah McQuaid

> Folk Music > Records > Mama: Crow Coyote Buffalo

Mama: Crow Coyote Buffalo

Mama: Crow Coyote Buffalo (Fly Like a Sprite FLASCD001)

Crow Coyote Buffalo
Mama

Fly Like a Sprite Records FLACCD001 (CD, UK, November 24, 2008)

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Produced and engineered by Martin Stansbury;
Recorded and mixed at various locations in West Cornwall;
Mastered by Sander van der Heide at Polyhymnia International, Baarn, The Netherlands;
Booklet design by Sarah Turner;
Original cover artwork by Feargal Shiels;
Photographs of Zoë and Sarah by Murray Lachlan Young;
Other photography by Sarah Turner

Musicians

Zoë Pollock, vocals, ukulele, classical guitar;
Sarah McQuaid, vocals, steel-string guitar, Nord Electro keyboard

with special guests;
Andy Jarvis, percussion, drum kit, accordion, trumpet, harmonium;
Tiffany Bryant, flute

Tracks

  1. The Fool of Spring (2.11)
  2. Crow Coyote Buffalo (3.34)
  3. Kathakali Boy (3.14)
  4. Liquid Sunshine (2.53)
  5. Western (5.44)
  6. Aquí Me Pinté Yo (for Frida Kahlo) (2.50)
  7. Dancing Girl (3.27)
  8. The Lovers (for Pamela Colman Smith) (3.49)
  9. Pipe and Tabor (3.07)
  10. At the Waterside (3.20)
  11. Sunshine on a Rainy Day 2008 (3.58)

All tracks written by Zoë Pollock and Sarah McQuaid except
Track 11 Zoë Pollock and Martin Glover

> Folk Music > Records > Sarah McQuaid: The Plum Tree and the Rose

Sarah McQuaid: The Plum Tree and the Rose

Sarah McQuaid: The Plum Tree and the Rose (Waterbug WBG104)

The Plum Tree and the Rose
Sarah McQuaid

Waterbug Records WBG104 (CD, UK, March 5, 2012)

The Sun Goes On Rising
Sarah McQuaid

Waterbug Records (single, UK, February 5, 2012)

Sarah McQuaid: The Sun Goes On Rising (Waterbug)
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Produced by Gerry O’Beirne;
Engineered by Trevor Hutchinson;
Recorded and mixed at Marguerite Studios, Glasnevin, Dublin;
Mastered by Sander van der Heide at Polyhymnia International, Baarn, The Netherlands;
Design and original cover artwork by Mary Guinan;
Photography by Colm Henry

Musicians

Sarah McQuaid, vocals [1-13], guitar [1-6, 9-13], shruti box [7];
Gerry O'Beirne, tiple [1, 7], 12-string guitar [1, 5], guitar [2], vocals [13];
Rod McVey, keyboards [1-2, 5-7, 10-11];
Trevor Hutchinson, double bass [1-2, 4-6, 10-11];
Bill Blackmore, flugelhorn [1], trumpet [3, 5];
Rosie Shipley, fiddle [2];
Máire Breatnach, fiddle [2, 4];
Liam Bradley, percussion [4-6, 11];
Noel Eccles, percussion [4, 7];
Niamh Parsons, Tom Barry, vocals [9, 13];
Frances Hutchinson, Emer Ní Bhrádaigh, vocals [13]

Tracks

CDSingle
  1. Lift You Up and Let You Fly (3.10)
  2. Hardwick's Lofty Towers (3.43)
  3. Solid Air (5.04)
  4. Kenilworth (3.03)
  5. In Derby Cathedral (5.03)
  6. The Sun Goes On Rising (4.14)
  7. S'Anc Fuy Belha Ni Prezada (4.14)
  8. Can She Excuse My Wrongs (4.25)
  9. New Oysters New (1.00)
  10. So Much Rain (4.10)
  11. What Are We Going to Do (2.57)
  12. The Plum Tree and the Rose (4.29)
  13. In Gratitude I Sing (1.02)
  1. The Sun Goes On Rising (4.14)
  2. Solid Air (5.04)
    both from the CD
  1. The Duke of Somersette's Dompe (3.03)
    single-only bonus track

All tracks written by Sarah McQuaid except
Track 3 John Martyn;
Tracks 6, 10-11 Sarah McQuaid, Gerry O'Beirne;
Track 7 Cadenet, c. 1200, arr. Sarah McQuaid, Gerry O'Beirne;
Track 8 John Dowland, The First Booke of Songes (1597), arr. Sarah McQuaid;
Track 9 Thomas Ravenscroft, Pammelia: Musicks Miscellanie (1609), arr. Sarah McQuaid;

> Folk Music > Records > Sarah McQuaid: Walking into White

Sarah McQuaid: Walking into White

Sarah McQuaid: Walking into White (Waterbug WBG119)

Walking into White
Sarah McQuaid

Waterbug Records WBG119 (CD, UK, February 2, 2015)

The Silver Lining
Sarah McQuaid

Waterbug Records WBG1191 (single, UK, November 3, 2014)

Sarah McQuaid: The Silver Lining (Waterbug WBG1191)
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Produced and mixed by Adam Pierce and Jeremy Backofen;
Engineered by Jeremy Backofen;
Creative direction by Martin Stansbury;
Recorded and mixed at Tree Time Studios, Cornwall, NY, USA;
Mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music, New Windsor, NY, USA;
Design and original cover artwork by Mary Guinan;
Photography by Phil Nicholls

Musicians

Sarah McQuaid, vocals [1-3, 5-14], guitar [1-4, 6-7, 9, 11, 13-14], stomps [7], handclaps [7];
Adam Pierce, Fender Jaguar [1-2, 11], Sequential Circuits Pro-One [1], bass [2], air organ [13], vibraphone [13], drums [2, 9], tambourine [2], percussion [3], cajon [8], stomps [7], handclaps [7];
Kivie Cahn-Lipman, cello [2, 4];
Adele Schulz, vocals [7], harmony vocals [3];
Rob King, piano [3];
Dan Lippel, classical guitar [4, 8];
Gareth Flowers, trumpet [6, 9];
Martin Stansbury, vocals [7], air organ [13], stomps [7], handclaps [7];
Jerry Backofen, bass [9], stomps [7], handclaps [7]

Tracks

CDSingle
  1. Low Winter Sun (2.52)
  2. Where the Wind Decides to Blow (2.09)
  3. The Tide (2.53)
  4. I Am Grateful for What I Have (2.30)
  5. Sweetness and Pain I (0.47)
  6. Walking Into White (3.09)
  7. Jackdaws Rising (2.51)
  8. Yellowstone (3.41)
  9. The Silver Lining (2.13)
  10. Sweetness and Pain II (0.45)
  11. Leave It for Another Day (3.35)
  12. Sweetness and Pain III (0.44)
  13. Canticle of the Sun (All Creatures of Our God and King) (2.37)
  14. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (4.01)
  1. The Silver Lining (2.13)
  2. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (4.01)
  3. I Am Grateful for What I Have (2.30)

All tracks written by Sarah McQuaid except
Track 7 Sarah McQuaid, Pete Coleman, Clare Hines;
Track 13 William H. Draper (1855-1933) arr. Sarah McQuaid;
Track 14 Ewan MacColl (1915-1989)

> Folk Music > Records > Sarah McQuaid: If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous

Sarah McQuaid: If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous

Sarah McQuaid: If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous (Waterbug WBG...)

If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous
Sarah McQuaid

Waterbug Records WBG... (CD, UK, February 2, 2018)

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Produced by Michael Chapman;
Recorded and mixed by Martin Stansbury in Cornwall, England;
Mastered by Sander van der Heide at Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum, The Netherlands;
Cover artwork by Sarah McQuaid;
Graphic design by Mary Guinan;
Photography by Phil Nicholls;
Hair and makeup by Victoria Penrose

Musicians

Sarah McQuaid, vocals, guitar;

Tracks

  1. If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous
  2. Slow Decay
  3. One Sparrow Down
  4. The Silence Above Us
  5. Forever Autumn
  6. Dies Irae
  7. The Day of Wrath, That Day
  8. Cot Valley
  9. New Beginnings
  10. Time To Love
  11. Break Me Down
  12. The Tug of the Moon (3.59)

All tracks written by Sarah McQuaid