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Stepping It Out!

Stepping It Out! (Veteran VTC1CD)

Stepping It Out!
Traditional Folk Music, Songs and Dances from England
Various Artists

Veteran VTC1CD (CD, UK, 1993)

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This is a compilation of songs originally released on cassette only in 1987-93.

Recorded by Roly Brown, Pete Coe, John Howson, Doc Rowe, Geoff Speed, Mike Yates in betewen 1973 and 1991;
Produced and designed by John Howson

Musicians

Jeff Wesley (Northamptonshire), Sean MacNamara & Peggy Peakin (Liverpool), Mary Ann Haynes (Sussex), George Fradley (Derbyshire), Padstow Carol Singers (Cornwall), Johnny Doughty (Sussex), The Dartmoor Pixie Band (Devon), Walter Pardon (Norfolk), Sam Sherry (Lancashire), Manny Aldous (Suffolk), David Blick (Gloucestershire), Staithes Fisherman's Choir (North Yorkshire), Charlotte Renals (Cornwall), Gordon Hall (Sussex), Lucy Farr (London), Geoff Ling (Suffolk), Ted Quantrill (Suffolk), Fred Whiting (Suffolk), Bampton Traditional Morris Dancers (Oxfordshire), Tony Harvey (Suffolk), Will Noble (South Yorkshire), Tommy Morrissey & Charlie Pitman (Cornwall), Bob Cann & Mark Bazeley (Devon), Bob Lewis (Sussex), Gordon Woods (Suffolk)

Tracks

  1. Jeff Wesley: Brisk and Bonny Lad (Roud 606) (2.39)
  2. Sean MacNamara & Peggy Peakin: The Long Strand / Bird in the Bush / Toss the Feathers (2.57)
  3. Mary Ann Haynes: Lily White Hand (Roud 564; Laws P18; G/D 6:1188) (4.37)
  4. George Fradley: Mary Ann (Roud 5391) (3.04)
  5. Padstow Carol Singers: Rouse Rouse (Roud 3307) (3.43)
  6. Johnny Doughty: The Watercress Girl (Roud 1541) (2.45)
  7. The Dartmoor Pixie Band: Ripple of the Teign (3.55)
  8. Walter Pardon: Sons of Labour (Roud 5368) (2.57)
  9. Sam Sherry: I Want to Be a Sausage (2.50)
  10. Manny Aldous: “Cleverly Done,” Said He (The Poor Old Couple) (Roud 491) (3.35)
  11. David Blick: The REME song (Roud 10500) (1.54)
  12. Staithes Fishermen's Choir: Men of Staithes (3.35)
  13. Charlotte Renals: Ball of Yarn (Roud 1404) (1.52)
  14. Gordon Hall: In Horsham Town (Roud 490; Laws L12; G/D 2:260; Henry H691) (4.56)
  15. Lucy Farr: Pat Burke's Jig (1.35)
  16. Tommy Morrissey & Charlie Pitman: Two Irish Maltese (Roud 5379) (2.28)
  17. Geoff Ling: Change the Old Love for the New (Roud 18828) (2.16)
  18. Ted Quantrill: Heave on the Trawl (Roud 1788) (1.31)
  19. Fred Whiting: Enoch Brown (Roud 10724) (1.58)
  20. Bampton Traditional Morris Dancers: Old Tom of Oxford (2.26)
  21. Tony Harvey: Jolly Fine Fellows Who Follow the Plough (Roud 346; G/D 3:418) (2.14)
  22. Will Noble: Swaledale (Roud 8128) (3.54)
  23. Bob Cann & Mark Bazeley: Stepdance to Uncle George's Hornpipe (1.42)
  24. Bob Lewis: The Cuckoo (Roud 413; G/D 6:1157; Henry H479) (2.49)
  25. Gordon Woods: The Wireless Song (Roud 10734) (3.31)

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Stepping It Out Again!

Stepping It Out Again! (Veteran VTC10CD)

Stepping It Out Again!
Traditional Folk Music, Songs and Stories from England & Ireland
Various Artists

Veteran VTC10CD (CD, UK, 2011)

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Recorded by John Howson in betewen 1975 and 2000;
Produced and designed by John Howson

Musicians

Jimmy Lynch (West of Ireland), melodeon and dancing dolls;
Tom Smith (Suffolk), vocals;
Septimus Fawcett (Teesdale), English concertina;
Emma Vickers (Lancashire), vocals;
Brian & Darren Breslin (Co. Fermanagh), fiddle and button accordion;
Jack Stannard (Suffolk), vocals;
Harry Litherland (Lancashire), duet concertina;
Sarah Anne O'Neill (Co. Tyrone), vocals;
Reg Pratley (Oxfordshire), recitation;
Denys Troughton (North Yorkshire), vocals;
John Campbell (Co. Antrim), story;
David Savage (Suffolk), vocals;
Eli Frankham (Norfolk), vocals;
Lucy Farr & Cyril Barber (Galway & Suffolk), fiddle and stepdancing

Tracks

  1. Jimmy Lynch: The Plains of Boyle / Dinny O'Brian's (2.55)
  2. Tom Smith: The Cunning Cobbler (Roud 174) (3.52)
  3. Septimus Fawcett: The Steamboat / Nelson's Hornpipe (1.17)
  4. Emma Vickers: Lancashire Man's Advice to His Son (Roud 1152) (1.24)
  5. Brian & Darren Breslin: Christie Barry's /The One That Was Lost (2.20)
  6. Jack Stannard: The Knife in the Window (Roud 329) (2.45)
  7. Harry Litherland: Beautiful Ohio (1.56)
  8. Sarah Anne O'Neill: The Fisher's Cot (Roud 5178) (4.20)
  9. Tom Smith: The Pear Tree (Roud 1713) (1.58)
  10. Brian Preslin: Jim McKillop's Reel (1.06)
  11. Reg Pratley: The Man Behind the Bar (Roud 23535) (recitation) (1.53)
  12. Denys Troughton: T'owd Sow's Gettern the Mezzeles (Roud 17759) (0.58)
  13. Jimmy Lynch: King of the Fairies (2.23)
  14. John Campbell: The Iron Frost (story) (6.50)
  15. Harry Litherland: Cuckoo Waltz (1.56)
  16. David Savage: Brisk Young Sailor (Roud 60; Laws P25; G/D 6:1169, 6:1170; Henry H683) (2.07)
  17. Denys Troughton: Mickleby Fair (Roud 294) (0.50)
  18. Brian & Darren Breslin: The Pigeon on the Gate / Lad O'Beirne's (2.33)
  19. Emma Vickers: As Soon As I Touched My Seaweed (Roud 1742) (3.09)
  20. Septimus Fawcett: Sam Fawcett's Quadrilles (2.27)
  21. Tom Smith: The Bush of Australia (Roud 1872) (2.29)
  22. Jimmy Lynch: Madam Bonaparte (set dance) (1.41)
  23. Eli Frankham: The Barley Mow (Roud 944) (3.22)
  24. Lucy Farr & Cyril Barber: Paddy Fahey's (1.51)