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Savourna Stevenson: Tickled Pink

Savourna Stevenson: Tickled Pink (Springthyme SPRCD 1016)

Tickled Pink
Music of the Celtic Harp
Savourna Stevenson

Springthyme Records SPR/SPRC 1016 (LP/cass., UK, 1985)
Springthyme Records SPRCD 1016 (CD, UK, 2012)

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Recorded and produced by Peter Shepheard;
Recorded at REL in Edinburgh in February 1985 (tracks with Aly Bain) and at Craigerne, Peebles in February/May 1985;
Mixed at CAVA in Glasgow;
Sleeve notes by Savourna Stevenson and Peter Shepheard;
Photography by Robin Gillanders

Album notes

Musicians

Savourna Stevenson: clarsach;
Aly Bain, fiddle [1, 7, 10, 14-15];
Frank Usher, acoustic guitar [2, 9]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Trip We Took Over the Mountains (3.10)
  2. Parthenia (2.35)
  3. Monaghan Jig (2.22)
  4. The Auld Noost (2.22)
  5. Jalan (4.22)
  6. The Hag With the Money / Sleepy Maggie (1.55)
  7. Lament for a Blind Harper (3.40)
  8. * The Dowie Dens o Yarrow (2.46)
  1. Tickled Pink (3.57)
  2. Logan Water (4.10)
  3. The South Wind (2.23)
  4. Molly Mac Alpin / Planxty Irwin (3.36)
  5. South Uist Set: Till An Crodh, Faigh An Crodh / Cha Bhi Mi 'Gad Thaladh (4.00)
  6. The High Road to Linton / The Chanter's Tune (3.12)
  7. * The Trip We Took Over the Mountains (extendedw version) (6.07)

* Note: Tracks 8 and 15 are on the CD only

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 1, 16 Willy Clancy;
Track 4 Ronald Jamieson;
Tracks 5, 9 Savourna Stevenson;
Track 7 Barbara McDermitt, Savourna Stevenson;
Track 10 words John Mayne, Robert Burns;
Track 12a William Connellan;
Track 12b Turlough O'Carolan

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Singing the Storm

Savourna Stevenson, June Tabor, Danny Thompson: Singing the Storm (Cooking Vinyl COOKCD102)

Singing the Storm
Savourna Stevenson, June Tabor, Danny Thompson

Cooking Vinyl COOKCD102 (CD, UK, June 1996)

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All tracks composed by Savourna Stevenson. The songs were commissioned by and first performed at the Borders Festival 1995.

Musicians

Savourna Stevenson: harp;
June Tabor: vocals;
Danny Thompson: double bass

Tracks

  1. The Baker (4.27)
  2. Singing the Storm (2.52)
  3. Dawn (3.13)
  4. Earth, Wind (2.21)
  5. Water (3.42)
  6. The Witch of Fauldshope (5.06)
  7. Maybe Then I'll Be a Rose (3.19)
  8. The Gypsy Queen (3.13)
  9. Fleur De Lis (3.43)
  10. Broom of Cowdenknowes (Roud 92; Child 217; G/D 4:838) (4.07)
  11. Beyond the Ballad (2.03)
  12. Jean Gordon (4.29)

All music by Savourna Stevenson except
Track 10 trad. arr. Savourna Stevenson;

Lyrics on track 1 Liz Lochhead;
Track 2 Valerie Gilles;
Tracks 6, 7, 12 Les Barker;
Track 9 Michael Marra

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