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Canny Fettle: Varry Canny

Canny Fettle: Varry Canny (Traditional Sound TSR 023)

Varry Canny
Canny Fettle

Traditional Sound Recordings TSR 023 (LP, UK, 1975)

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Recorded and produced by Brian Horsfall;
Sleeve design by Frank Hicklin

Musicians

Bob Diehl, fiddle [1-2, 4-5, 7-12];
Gerry Murphy, English concertina [2, 4, 6-7, 10], small pipes [1, 3, 5, 8-9, 11-12], whistle [];
Steve Turner, vocals [1, 3, 5-6, 8-9, 11], banjo [2, 4], mandolin [5, 10];
Bob Morton, vocals [1, 4-5, 7, 11], guitar [2, 5, 7, 10]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Here's the Tender (Roud 3174) / Liberty for Sailors (Roud 3179) (5.58)
  2. Owre da Moors ta Maggie / Green Grow da Rushes / Da Nipping Ground / Oot An'in da Harbour (5.26)
  3. Bonny Light Horseman (Roud 1185; G/D 8:1584; Henry H122a) (3.40)
  4. Oakey Strike Evictions (Roud V35760) (2.22)
  5. Shew's the Way to Wallington / Andrew Carr / Long Room at Scarborough / Peacock Followed the Hen (4.37)
  6. Another Round (2.48)
  1. Varry Canny (4.06)
  2. Go to Berwick, Johnny / Be Merry and Wise (2.44)
  3. Erin's Green Shore (Roud 280; Laws Q27) (5.18)
  4. Cooper of Stannerton Heugh (jig) / Black and the Grey (jig) / Random Jig (3.39)
  5. Elsie Marley (Roud 3065) / Fill the Tankard (Roud 2598) (3.21)
  6. Gipsy's Lullaby (5.20)

All tracks trad. except
Track 4 Tommy Armstrong, 1870;
Track 6 Richard Barret (1740-1819);
Track 7 Joe Wilson (1841-1875)

> Folk Music > Records > Canny Fettle: Trip to Harrogate

Canny Fettle: Trip to Harrogate

Canny Fettle: Trip to Harrogate (Traditional Sound TSR 027)

Trip to Harrogate
Canny Fettle

Traditional Sound Recordings TSR 027 (LP, UK, 1977)
Fellside Recordings FTSR2 (CD, UK, 1999)

Canny Fettle: Trip to Harrogate (Fellside FTSR2)
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First appearance of the Jackson m/s (1798 - Burton Leonard, North Yorkshire)

Material from the manuscript has subsequently been published by Yorkshire Dales Workshops (1998) under the title Tunes, Songs & Dances from the 1798 Manuscript of Joshua Jackson North Yorkshire cornmiller and musician, ISBN: 1 897925 17 4. Another CD of material from this manuscript, The Miller's Jig, was recorded in 1998 by “Magnetic North” to accompany the publication of the book.

One of the most fruitful of English dance manuscripts to have been uncovered.

Musicians

Bob Diehl, fiddle [1-9, 11, 13, 15-17, 19-21];
Phil Bartlett, fiddle [3, 5-7, 9, 11, 13, 16, 19, 21], English concertina [15, 17-18], mandolin [1], harmonium [14];
Gerry Murphy, English concertina [1, 4-6, 9-11, 16-17, 19, 21], small pipes [2, 12-13, 20], whistle [9, 21];
Dave Hillery, English concertina [1, 4-6, 9, 11, 13, 16-17, 19, 21], vocals [12, 14];
Dave Howes, whistle [1, 9, 13, 16, 18-21], melodeon [8], vocals [15];
Steve Turner, banjo [1-2, 6, 16, 19, 21], mandolin [7, 13, 21];
Bob Morton, guitar [6-7, 16-17, 19, 21]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Open The Door to Thee / Anon. / Long Room at Scarborough (2.53)
  2. Touzle Your Kerchie (2.23)
  3. Morgan Rattler (1.46)
  4. Lovely Nancy (2.30)
  5. Lovesick Polly / Tankard of Ale (4.15)
  6. Trip to the Bath / Trip to Harrogate (1.53)
  7. Lady Barnsley's Fancy / The Maggie Dance (1.34)
  8. Lillinghall (0.49)
  9. The Four Seasons (2.32)
  10. The Brickmakers (1.24)
  11. Trip to Castle Howard (2.06)
  12. The Musical Lovers (song) (1.55)
  1. Welcome Here Again / Mary Eleanor (2.45)
  2. The Musical Society (song) (5.20)
  3. Cuddy Clumps (song) (3.30)
  4. Wetherby Grange / The Grove / La Belle Catherine (2.59)
  5. I Would But I Dare Not / New Lango Lee (3.26)
  6. Green Bracken (1.33)
  7. Ladies' Plaything / The Green Box (2.28)
  8. Tweedside (2.49)
  9. Around the World for Sport / Fourpence Ha'penny Farthing / Trip to the Keys / Seven Stars (3.38)

> Folk Music > Records > Steve Turner: Out Stack

Steve Turner: Out Stack

Steve Turner: Out Stack (Fellside FE018)

Out Stack
Steve Turner

Fellside Recordings FE018 (LP, UK, 1979)

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Recorded and produced by Paul Adams;
Sleeve: etching and photography by Lorraine Harrison;
Artwork by Mary Blood

Musicians

Steve Turner, vocals, tenor banjo, English concertinas;
Martin Colledge, guitar, whistle;
Bill Hyde, five string banjo [8];
Gerry Murphy, Northumbrian small pipes, English concertina [8];
Pat Knowles, piano;
Bob Tracey, fiddle;
Nan Trench, flute

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Plains of Waterloo (Roud 2853; G/D 1:152; Henry H15) (4.58)
  2. Barrett’s Privateers (5.02)
  3. The Red Joak (2.38)
  4. The Isle of St. Helena / Spailpín a Rún (8.24)
  5. The Flowers of Bermuda (4.16)
  1. Valentine O’Hara (Roud 2403) (4.23)
  2. Farewell Dearest Nancy (Roud 527; Laws K14; Henry H755) (3.52)
  3. Saxa Vord / Da Saandie Burn Reel (3.28)
  4. The Cruel Sister (Roud 8; Child 10; G/D 2:213) (7.51)
  5. Is Your Love In Vain (4.55)

All tracks trad. except
Tracks 2, 5 Stan Rogers;
Track 8a Tom Anderson;
Track 8b Frank Jamieson;
Track 10 Bob Dylan

> Folk Music > Records > Steve Turner: Jigging One Now

Steve Turner: Jigging One Now

Steve Turner: Jigging One Now (Fellside FE030)

Jigging One Now
Steve Turner

Fellside Recordings FE030 (LP, UK, 1982)

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Musicians

Steve Turner, vocals [1, 3-10], tenor-treble English concertina [1, 4, 6-8], bass concertina [10], mandolin [2, 7], guitar [2], Fylde bouzouki [3, 7, 9], Octave mandola [7],
Sara Grey, 5-string banjo [2, 7], harmony vocals [5];
Nic Jones, guitar [3, 9], fiddle [3, 7];
Ellie Ellis, harmony vocals [5];
Richard Smith, hurdy-gurdy [7];
Paul Metsers, guitar [10], harmony vocals [10]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Squid Jigging Ground
  2. Salt Creek / Hare-lipped Susie / The Growling Old Man and the Cackling Old Woman
  3. Johnny Laddie (Roud 6180)
  4. Bonnie Annie (Roud 172; Child 24; G/D 6:1225)
  5. Few Days (Roud 15561)
  1. Make and Break Harbour
  2. The Bracelet / Jack's Getting a Wife (slip jigs) / The Skippers Wedding Song / All Hands upon Deck / Morpeth Lasses (reels)
  3. The North Sea Tug
  4. Down by the Greenwood Side (Roud 9; Child 20; G/D 2:193)
  5. The Keepers and the Drivers

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 Arthur Reginald Scammell;
Track 6 Stan Rogers;
Track 8 Harry Robertson

> Folk Music > Records > Steve Turner: Eclogue

Steve Turner: Eclogue

Steve Turner: Eclogue (Fellside FE042)

Eclogue
Steve Turner

Fellside Recordings FE042 (LP, UK, 1984)

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Recorded and produced by Paul Adams;
Sleeve: a detail from Eclogue IV by David Jones; reproduced with kind permission of the Helen Sutherland collection;
Calligraphy by Mary Blood

Musicians

Steve Turner, vocals [1-3, 4-11], harmony vocals [6], English concertinas [], tenor treble concertina [1, 12], treble concertina [2, 4, 7, 11-12], bass baritone tenor concertina [5-6, 9-10], bouzouki [9], mandolin [12], tenor banjo [12], dobro tenor guitar [12];
Jim Couza, hammered dulcimer [1];
Pete Young, bass guitar [1, 4];
Cockersdale (Keith Marsden, Val Marsden, Peter Ogley), harmony vocals [3];
Tristram Robson, harpsichord [4];
Linda Adams, vocals [6], harmony vocals [6];
Martin Colledge, guitar [7, 12];
Steve Greenmantle, bass guitar [7, 12];
Martin Simpson, guitar [11], lap steel guitar [12];
Paul Adams, wood block [12]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Wounded Whale (Roud 2004) (4.34)
  2. White Copper Alley (Roud 1554) (2.20)
  3. Prospect Providence (5.41)
  4. The Old Manchester Hornpipe (2.27)
  5. The Boomer’s Story (3.25)
  6. The Girls of Glossop Road (6.20)
  1. The Diamantina Drover (3.30)
  2. Napoleon’s Farewell to Paris (Roud 1626) (4.05)
  3. The Bunch of Rushes (Roud 831) (3.57)
  4. Lord Thomas of Winesbury (Roud 64; Child 100; G/D 5:999; Henry H221) (6.16)
  5. Me And My Uncle (3.12)
  6. Reels: Tamlin / Carlisle / Francis T. Robertson (3.54)

All tracks trad. except
Track 3 Keith Marsden;
Track 7 Hughie McDonnell;
Track 11 John Phillips;
Track 12a Dave Arthur / Steve Turner;
Track 12b Steve Turner;
Track 12c T. Anderson

> Folk Music > Records > Steve Turner: Braiding

Steve Turner: Braiding

Steve Turner: Braiding (Fellside FE058)

Braiding
Steve Turner

Fellside Recordings FE058 (LP, UK, 1987)

Steve Turner: Braiding (Fellside FE058)
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Recorded and produced by Paul Adams, July 1986;
Sleeve design by Julie Murphy;
Photograph by Liz Sudell

Musicians

Steve Turner, vocals, English concertina, mandolin, tenor guitar [7e];
George Faux, fiddle, viola, guitar [7e], chorus vocals [7d];
Dave Walters, acoustic guitar;
Steve Czwortek, electric guitar, harmony vocals [1];
Bill Martin, keyboards;
Julie Murphy, harmony vocals;
Paul Adams, percussion, chorus vocals [7d];
Linda Adams, chorus vocals [7d]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Glendy Burk / Swanee River Hornpipe (5.36)
  2. The Lorry Ride (5.36)
  3. Nelly Was a Lady (4.54)
  4. Joe Liddy's Reels: McKenna Country / The Red Bee / The Meteorite (4.59)
  1. Emily Jane (4.40)
  2. Hard Times (Roud 2659) (4.25)
  3. 1812 (15.21)
    a) Napoleon's Dream (Roud 1538)
    b) Napoleon's Grand March
    c) Bonaparte Crossing the Rhine
    d) A New Song: Bonaparte's Escape from Russia
    e) Bonaparte's Retreat

Tracks 1, 3, 6 Stephen Collins Foster;
Track 2 words Liza Tubb, Irish tune Casadh An Tsigain;
Track 4 Joe Liddy;
Track 5 Arthur Wakefield

> Folk Music > Records > Steve Turner: The Whirligig of Time

Steve Turner: The Whirligig of Time

Steve Turner: The Whirligig of Time (Tradition Bearers LTCD1103)

The Whirligig of Time
Steve Turner

The Tradition Bearers LTCD1103 (CD, UK, March 21, 2008)

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Recorded by Oliver Knight at Panda Sound, Robin Hood's Bay;
Produced by Oliver Knight and Steve Turner;
Front cover concept: Mary Brettel; layout: John Slavin; photography: Pete Heywood

Musicians

Steve Turner, vocals [1-11], English concertina [1-2, 4, 6-11], piccolo concertina [10], cittern [3], tenor banjo [10];
Martin Carthy, guitar [5, 9];
Nancy Kerr, fiddle [3, 6], harmony vocals [6, 10];
James Fagan, harmony vocals [6, 10];
Oliver Knight, guitar [3, 6];
Kevin Brown, slide guitar [2, 6];
Miranda Sykes, double bass [2-3, 6, 10];
Gill Redmond, cello [3, 4];
Riki Gerardy, cello [11];
Pete Flood, drums [6, 10]

Tracks

  1. The Isle of St Helena (Roud 349) (4.35)
  2. The Dry Cardrona / One Bad Link in the Chain (6.10)
  3. The Poor and Single Sailor (Roud 264; Laws N42; G/D 5:1038, 6:1201; Henry H471) (4.30)
  4. Bonnie George Campbell (Roud 338; Child 210) (3.04)
  5. The Rambling Beauty (Roud 563; Laws P12; G/D 6:1213) (4.35)
  6. The Glendy Burke (4.00)
  7. Young Waters (Roud 2860; Child 94) (5.30)
  8. The Gold Watch (Roud 1311) (2.27)
  9. Sir Colvin (Roud 479; Child 61) (4.38)
  10. The Brave Dudley Boys (3.35)
  11. Where E'er You Walk (4.02)

All tracks trad. adapted/arranged by Steve Turner except
Track 2a James K. Baxter arr. Steve Turner;
Track 2b Kevin Brown arr. Steve Turner;
Track 6 Stephen Collins Foster arr. Steve Turner;
Track 7 words trad., tune Steve Turner, arr. Steve Turner;
Track 10 tune Pam Bishop arr. Steve Turner;
Track 11 Georg Friedrich Händel arr. Steve Turner

> Folk Music > Records > Steve Turner: Rim of the Wheel

Steve Turner: Rim of the Wheel

Steve Turner: Rim of the Wheel (Tradition Bearers LTCD1104)

Rim of the Wheel
Steve Turner

The Tradition Bearers LTCD1104 (CD, UK, 2012)

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Recorded by Oliver Knight;
Produced by Oliver Knight and Steve Turner;
Sleeve notes by Pete Heywood and Steve Turner;
Front cover concept: Mary Brettel; layout: John Slavin; photography: Trevor King

Musicians

Steve Turner, vocals [1-11], harmony vocals [1, 8], English concertina [1, 3-4, 6-9, 11], cittern [8];
Moira Craig, harmony vocals [1, 3, 8, 10];
Martin Carthy, guitar [1, 4, 10];
Riki Gerardy, cello [1, 10];
Oliver Knight, electric guitar [2, 6], vocals [6];
Pete Flood, percussion [2], drums [6, 8]

Tracks

  1. Jordan (Roud 2103) (4.36)
  2. William Glenn (Roud 478; Laws K22; G/D 2:191) (5.05)
  3. Peace Descends (3.58)
  4. Lass of the Moorland Hill (Roud 228; G/D 7:1439) (5.29)
  5. Flowers of Manchester (3.12)
  6. The Boomer's Story (3.16)
  7. Thomas of Yonderdale (Roud 3890; Child 253) (5.56)
  8. Follow the Drum (Roud 1076) / Captain Popkin's Fancy (3.01)
  9. The Crows They Crow (4.48)
  10. Claudy Banks (Roud 266; Laws N40; G/D 5:1036; Henry H5, H693) (4.05)
  11. Napoleon's Farewell to Paris (Roud 1626) (5.29)

All tracks trad. arr. Steve Turner except
Track 1 trad. arr Steve Turner, tune arr. A. Burns;
Tracks 3, 9 Paul Metsers;
Track 5 words E. Winter, tune arr. Steve Turner;
Tracks 7, 10 trad. arr. Steve Turner, tune Steve Turner;
Track 11 trad. arr. Steve Turner, Oliver Knight

> Folk Music > Records > Steve Turner: Spirit of the Game

Steve Turner: Spirit of the Game

Steve Turner: Spirit of the Game (Tradition Bearers LTCD1105)

Spirit of the Game
Steve Turner

The Tradition Bearers LTCD1105 (CD, UK, January 2016)

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Sleeve notes by Steve Turner;
Photography by Liz Turner;
Sleeve design by Pete Heywood

Musicians

Steve Turner, vocals [1-12], harmony vocals [6, 12], English concertina [1-9, 11-12], cittern [2], tenor banjo [2];
The Wilsons, chorus [2, 6, 12];
Riki Gerardy, cello [3, 5, 7]

Tracks

  1. The Green Mossy Banks of the Lea (Roud 987; Laws O15) (4.02)
  2. Blow Ye Winds (Roud 5650; G/D 1:14) (3.45)
  3. Lampedusa (4.09)
  4. Loose Every Sail (Roud 2016) (3.16)
  5. The Maid of Erin (Roud 2059) (3.05)
  6. Old Maui (Roud 2005) (4.02)
  7. Gentle Lena Clare (Roud V25773) (3.35)
  8. Highland Soldier (Roud 2496; G/D 1:91; Henry H782) (3.44)
  9. Wholly and Fairly (Roud 5654; G/D 3:584) (2.49)
  10. Plains of Waterloo (Roud 1922; Laws J3; G/D 1:152) (8.08)
  11. Done with Bonaparte (3.41)
  12. When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder (Roud 10985) (2.17)

Track 3 Paul Metsers;
Track 7 Stephen Foster;
Track 11 Mark Knopfler, Steve Turner;
Track 12 James M. Black arr. Steve Turner

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Other records with Steve Turner

Various Artists, Room for Company, LP, Impact IMP-S 104, 1972

Paul Metsers, Caution to the Wind, LP, Highway SHY 7014, 1981

Sara Grey & Ellie Ellis, A Breath of Fresh Air, LP, Fellside FE031, 1982

Cockersdale, Prospect Providence, LP, EFDSS ESLP 001, 1985

Various Artists, Flash Company: A Celebration of the First 10 Years of Fellside Records, LP, Fellside FE050, 1986

Various Artists, Banklands: The Story of Fellside Records, CD, Fellside FECB100, 1994

Various Artists, Flash Company: A Celebration of 25 Years of Fellside Records (1976-2001), 2 CD, Fellside FECD156, 2001