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Seriouskitchen: On the Mash

Seriouskitchen: On the Mash (WetFoot WFM000721)

On the Mash
Seriouskitchen

WetFoot Music WFM000721 (CD, UK, 21 July 2000)

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Produced by WetFoot Music;
Recorded and mixed by John Waterhouse at Christchurch Studios, Bristol;
Mastered by Graham Semark at Cyclone Music Productions Ltd.;
Ptotography by Jamus Wood;
Design by Jonny Dyer

Musicians

Nick Hennessy, lead vocals, whistles, bodhrán, harp;
Vicki Swan, flute, Scottish smallpipes, bodhrán, vocals;
Jonny Dyer, guitars, low whistle, djembe, vocals

Tracks

  1. In the Kitchen / On the Mash (5.04)
  2. Seven Little Gypsies (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278; Henry H124) (5.25)
  3. Ormistons (3.52)
  4. Millworker (r.45)
  5. Hennessey's Gathering (3.35)
  6. Two Magicians (Roud 1350; Child 44; G/D 2:334) (3.23)
  7. The Wind That Shakes the Barley (Roud 2994) (4.23)
  8. Electric Chopsticks / Pressed for Time (5.55)
  9. Morfar (2.46)
  10. Lord Randal (Roud 10; Child 12; G/D 2:209; Henry H814) (4.56)
  11. Scotty's Last Munro / Friday Afternoon (5.40)

Tracks 1ab, 5, 9, 11ab Jonny Dyer;
Tracks 2, 6-7, 10 trad. arr. Seriouskitchen;
Track 3 Vicki Swan;
Track 4 James Taylor;
Track 8a Roddy S. MacDonald;
Track 8b Gordon Duncan;
Track 10 Mike Scott

> Folk Music > Records > Seriouskitchen: Tig

Seriouskitchen: Tig

Seriouskitchen: Tig (WetFoot WFM020831)

Tig
Seriouskitchen

WetFoot Music WFM020831 (CD, UK, 31 August 2002)

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Produced and recorded by Steáfán Hannigan at Oisín Studios, Milton Keynes;
Mastered and manufactured by Cyclone Music Productions Ltd.;
Artwork and design by Lawrence Ward

Musicians

Nick Hennessy, vocals, harp, concertina, bodhrán;
Vicki Swan, Scottish smallpipes, flute;
Jonny Dyer, six and twelve string guitars, low whistle

with
Steáfán Hannigan, egg [1], bodhrán [9]

Tracks

  1. The Kit Set (4.33)
  2. The Blacksmith (Roud 816) (4.42)
  3. The Silkie of Sule Skerry (Roud 197; Child 113) (7.13)
  4. Escargot (4.14)
  5. Young Hunting (Roud 47; Child 68) (7.46)
  6. Bowland Bridge (4.56)
  7. Batten Down the Hatches (4.19)
  8. Sally Gardens (Roud V28639) (7.48)
  9. Stable Door (5.35)
  10. Open (5.14)
  11. Euan's Tig (2.24)

Track 1 Jonny Dyer, Vicki Swan;
Tracks 2-3, 5 trad. arr. Seriouskitchen;
Tracks 4, 6-7, 9, 11 Jonny Dyer;
Track 8 poem William Butler Yeats, tune and arr. Seriouskitchen;
Track 10 Mike Scott

> Folk Music > Records > Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Thumb Twiddling

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Thumb Twiddling

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Thumb Twiddling (WetFoot WFM020925)

Thumb Twiddling
Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

WetFoot Music WFM020925 (CD, UK, 25 September 2002)

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Produced and recorded by Wal Tyrrell at Red Studios, Rochester;
Mastered by Graham Semark at Cyclone Music Productions Ltd;
Artwork and design by Jonny Dyer

Musicians

Vicki Swan, Scottish smallpipes, flutes, double bass;
Jonny Dyer, guitar, accordion

Tracks

  1. Frustration: The Bodmin Stomp / Mind the Gap / Fffrustration (6.06)
  2. Anthemic Bells: RTW / The Home Coming (5.50)
  3. Geordie Lad: Geordie Lad / The Good Old Way (5.43)
  4. Pressed for Time: Electric Chopsticks / Pressed for Time (4.50)
  5. Jesters Waltz (4.24)
  6. To Catch a Cat (2.30)
  7. Metamorphosis (4.48)
  8. Stable Door: Pine Tree / Stable Door (6.00)
  9. Pushbike: Farewell to the Astra / Pushbike (6.35)
  10. Aussie Piper: One for Hame / Aussie Piper / Acid Piper (5.35)

Tracks 1ab, 3ab, 5, 7, 8ab, 9b, 10ab Jonny Dyer;
Tracks 2ab, 6, 9a Vicki Swan;
Track 1c M. Grey;
Track 4a R. Campbell;
Track 4b Gordon Duncan;
Track 10c Mark Saul

> Folk Music > Records > Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Scatter Pipes

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Scatter Pipes

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Scatter Pipes (WildGoose WGS324CD)

Scatter Pipes
Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

WildGoose Studios WGS324CD (CD, UK, 13 June 2005)

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Recorded and mastered by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios;
Photographs by Keith Kitson;
Cover design by Colman Connolly

Musicians

Vicki Swan, Scottish smallpipes, flute, double bass, vocals;
Jonny Dyer, vocals, guitar, accordion

with guests:
Chris Green, bouzouki, guitar;
Jude Rees: oboe

Tracks

  1. Donald MacLeod's Reel / Stornoway Castle / Sandy Duff (4.33)
  2. The Willows / The Three Ashes (5.01)
  3. The Hare's Lament (Roud 3574; Henry H172) / tunes: Carrock Fell / Jumping the Beck (6.32)
  4. The Broken Drone / Chasing the Butterfly / Scatter Pipes (8.34)
  5. Hector the Hero (5.00)
  6. Hemligheten (3.44)
  7. The Trooper and the Maid (Roud 277; Laws O17; G/D 4:791; Henry H152, H793) / tune: Jock's Box (6.19)
  8. Cartmel Fell / Tigers Eye (5.59)
  9. Lament for the Lone Piper / The Bulgarian Bandit (7.44)
  10. The Blue Man (3.40)
  11. Seven Little Gypsies (Roud 1; Child 200; G/D 2:278; Henry H124) / tune: Pinetree (7.08)

Tracks 1abc, 3a, 7a, 11a trad.;
Tracks 2ab, 3bc, 4abc, 6, 7b, 8ab, 9c, 10, 11b Jonny Dyer;
Track 5 James Scott Skinner;
Track 9a Vicki Swan;
Track 9b Murray Blair

> Folk Music > Records > Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Sliptease

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Sliptease

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Sliptease (WildGoose WGS343CD)

Sliptease
Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

WildGoose Studios WGS343CD (CD, UK, 14 August 2007)

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Recorded and mastered by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios

Musicians

Vicki Swan, vocals [1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11], F whistle [1, 5], wooden flute [3-4, 9-11], double bass [1, 3, 5, 9-10], Scottish smallpipes in D [2], Scottish smallpipes in A [6, 8];
Jonny Dyer, vocals [1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11], 6-string guitar [1-5, 7, 9, 11], accordion [2-4, 6, 8-19]

Tracks

  1. Spencer the Rover (Roud 1115; TYG 3) / Andy Jackson's (4.58)
  2. The Sliptease Set: Sliptease / Real Tease / Maltease (4.50)
  3. Lavender's Blue (Roud 3483) (5.04)
  4. The Cribbage Set: Two for a Pair / One for His Nob / Two for His Heels (4.40)
  5. The Two Magicians (Roud 1350; Child 44; G/D 2:334) (5.18)
  6. The Podcast Set: The Race for Home / Apples and Chairs (5.48)
  7. Sweet Lovely Joan (Roud 592) (4.42)
  8. Logan Rock (4.02)
  9. Sweet Polly Oliver (Roud 367; Laws N14; Henry H166) / The Winter Wedding (5.09)
  10. Tystnaden: Tystnaden / Angarrick (4.40)
  11. Young Hunting (Roud 47; Child 68) / The Young Hunting Groove (8.03)

Tracks 1a, 5, 7, 9a, 11a lyrics trad., tune Jonny Dyer;
Tracks 1b, 2abc, 3b, 4ab, 8, 9b, 10b, 11b Jonny Dyer;
Track 3a trad.;
Tracks 4b, 6ab, 10a Vicki Swan

> Folk Music > Records > Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Twiddle On!

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Twiddle On!

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Twiddle On! (WetFoot)

Twiddle On!
Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

WetFoot Music (DL, UK, 2 October 2008)

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A digital download mix of the tunes from the sold-out albums On the Mash and Thumb Twiddling.

Musicians

Vicki Swan, Scottish smallpipes, flutes, double bass;
Jonny Dyer, guitar, accordion

Tracks

  1. In the Kitchen (5.04)
  2. Ormiston's (3.51)
  3. Scotty's Friday (5.43)
  4. Hennessey's Gathering (3.33)
  5. Metamorphosis (4.49)
  6. Morfar (2.44)
  7. Anthemic Bells Set (5.51)
  8. Geordie Lad (5.45)
  9. The Jesters Waltz (4.26)
  10. Stable Door (6.02)
  11. To Catch a Cat (2.32)
  12. Pushbike (6.35)

> Folk Music > Records > Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Gleowien

‘Glay-oh-wee-en’—to make music, to make merry
Mayhew & Skeat, A Concise Dictionary of Middle-English from A.D.1150 to 1580

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Gleowien

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Gleowien (WildGoose WGS363CD)

Gleowien
Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

WildGoose Studios WGS363CD (CD, UK, 9 July 2009)

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Recorded and mastered by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios;
Artist photography by Andy Carne;
Instrument photography by Terry Crouch

Musicians

Vicki Swan, vocals [4, 6, 9, 11], Scottish smallpipes in D and A, nyckelharpa, flute;
Jonny Dyer, vocals [2, 6, 9, 11], guitar, accordion, Swedish cittra

with guests
Mark Southgate, bass guitar;
Pete Flood, assorted percussion:
Roy Jones, bodhrán

Tracks

  1. Gleowien: Rosey Jones / Pine Dance / Gleowien (5.43)
  2. William (Roud 20; Child 3) (5.27)
  3. Åsavägen: Skön Åsa / Norrahammarvägen (4.26)
  4. The ‘Dood’ Night Kiss (3.33)
  5. Whist: The Revelstoke Wedding / Whist with a Twist (5.03)
  6. Follow Me Home (4.48)
  7. Time Out: Time Out / Clattering About / Sticky Ticket (4.28)
  8. Fikavalsen: Fikavalsen / Iste Vista (5.40)
  9. The Roses Three (4.54)
  10. Puget: Vintage Puget / Bare Bones / Turn the Wheel (5.30)
  11. Lord Ullin's Daughter (Roud 3138) (5.03)
  12. Trad II: Rory McLeod's / Highland Pibroch / Banks of the Allen (4.06)

Tracks 1abc, 2, 6, 7abc, 8b, 10bc Jonny Dyer;
Tracks 3ab, 5ab, 8a, 10a Vicki Swan;
Track 4 lyrics Robert M. Swan, melody Vicki Swan;
Track 9 trad. Swedish;
Track 11 lyrics Thomas Campbell, melody Jonny Dyer;
Tracks 12abc trad.

Video

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, accompanied by Mark Southgate on acoustic bass, play Fikavalsen and Iste Vista at Belvedere House in Burnham on Crouch, England, in 2010:

> Folk Music > Records > Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Stones on the Ground

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Stones on the Ground

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Stones on the Ground (WildGoose WGS384CD)

Stones on the Ground
Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

WildGoose Studios WGS384CD (CD, UK, 26 July 2011)

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Recorded and mastered by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios

Musicians

Vicki Swan, vocals, nyckelharpa, Scottish smallpipes, flute, whistle, double bass;
Jonny Dyer, vocals, guitar, piano accordion, piano

with guests
Mark Southgate, bass guitar;
Pete Flood, percussion

Tracks

  1. Billy Boy (Roud 326) / Nancy’s Fancy (6.48)
  2. Viggo’s Vaggvisa / Dancing Out (4.08)
  3. The Broken Token (Roud 264; Laws N42; G/D 5:1038, 6:1201; Henry H471, H818) (5.30)
  4. Emily’s Waltz / Gilwilly (4.41)
  5. En Gång / Singi Sunset (5.37)
  6. Button Oak / The Polecat (3.54)
  7. Herr Hillebrand and Proud Lena (8.32)
  8. Valnötslångdans (3.34)
  9. Lord Randall (Roud 10; Child 12; G/D 2:209; Henry H814) (6.10)
  10. The Cedar Fence / The Three Legged Rant (5.07)
  11. The Oxford and ‘Ampton Railway / The Broken Spike (6.33)

Track 1 lyrics v.1-4 trad, v5-7 Jonny Dyer, melody Jonny Dyer;
Tracks 2ab, 5b Vicki Swan;
Tracks 3, 9, 11 lyrics trad., melody Jonny Dyer;
Tracks 4ab, 6ab, 8, 10ab Jonny Dyer;
Track 5a trad.;
Track 6 lyrics trad. Swedish, translation Vicki Swan, melody Jonny Dyer

> Folk Music > Records > Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Red House

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Red House

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Red House (WetFoot WFM130801)

Red House
Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

WetFoot Music WFM130801 (CD, UK, 1 August 2013)

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Recorded and produced by WetFoot Music;
Mastered by Nigel Palmer at Lowland Masters;
Artwork, design and all visuall coolness by Terry Crouch

Musicians

Vicki Swan, vocals, Scottish smallpipes, nyckelharpa, English border pipes, Swedish bagpipes, flute, double bass;
Jonny Dyer, vocals, guitars, piano accordion, saz shaped bouzouki thing, piano

with
Tom Kitching, fiddle, narrowboat “Spey” engine driver [11]

Tracks

  1. The Rambling Shuiler (Roud 7972; Henry H183) (4.35)
  2. The Shoemaker Set: Skomaraken (The Shoemaker) / Gruvan (The Mine) / Flickorna Tomasson (The Tomasson girls) (5.21)
  3. Benjamin Bowmaneer (Roud 1514) (4.40)
  4. Stumpie (aka Buttered Peas) (4.18)
  5. The Sheffield Apprentice (Roud 399; Laws O39; G/D 5:998; Henry H31; TYG 71) (6.30)
  6. The Red House Set: Double Dealer / Red House (5.33)
  7. The Proposal (Keys of My Heart) (Roud 573) (6.25)
  8. Trad III: The Eavesdropper / Troy's Wedding (3.35)
  9. The Private Still (Roud 2342; Henry H103) (4.33)
  10. The Old Bark Hut (Roud 22662) (7.28)
  11. The Bolinder Set: Doodle Oak Cloggers / Spinning Jenny / Start the Weekend (4.25)

Tracks 1, 5, 7, 9 trad., melody Jonny Dyer;
Tracks 2abc Vicki Swan;
Tracks 3-4, 8a trad.;
Track 6a Henry Purcell;
Track 6b Playford collected;
Track 8b Colin Magee;
Tracks 10 Andrew ‘Banjo’ Paterson, melody Jonny Dyer;
Tracks 11abc Jonny Dyer

Video

Vicki and Jonny in the home studio recording Red House:

> Folk Music > Records > Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: A Sound of Christmas Past

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: A Sound of Christmas Past

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: A Sound of Christmas Past (WetFoot WFM140501)

A Sound of Christmas Past
Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

WetFoot Music WFM140501 (CD, UK, 1 May 2014)

Essex Wassail
Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

WetFoot Music (DL Christmas single, UK, 9 December 2012)

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Essex Wassail (WetFoot)
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Mixed and producd by WetFoot Music;
Mastered by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Records;
Cover design by Karen Carter, Hdingham Fair

Musicians

Vicki Swan, nyckelharpa, octavharpa, flute, vocals;
Jonny Dyer, vocals, guitar, bouzouki, piano accordion, spinet, bass

Tracks

  1. I Saw Three Ships (Roud 700) (4.08)
  2. God Rest You Merry Gentlemen (Roud 394) (3.53)
  3. Coventry Carol (Roud 19028) (4.17)
  4. Good Christian Men Rejoice / Rum in the Pudding (Roud 25816) (4.01)
  5. Good King Wenceslas (Roud 24754) (3.01)
  6. Down in Yon Forest (Roud 1523) (4.30)
  7. Deck the Halls with Boughs of Holly (Roud 26301) (2.46)
  8. The Holly and the Ivy (Roud 514) (3.47)
  9. Essex Wassail (3.05)
  10. Past Three O'Clock (Roud V19189) (2.57)
  11. Jingle Bells (4.04)
  12. Silent Night (Roud 27088) (4.23)
  13. Sussex Carol (Roud 597) (3.01)
  14. We Wish You a Merry Christmas (Roud 230) / Minuet / Hedingham Green (4.07)

Tracks 4b, 14bc Jonny Dyer;
Track 5 John M. Neale;
Track 9 Track 1 words trad. arr Jonny Dyer, music Jonny Dyer;
Track 10 words George Woodward (early 1900s), tune trad. The London Waits;
Track 12 Franz Grüber (1818);

> Folk Music > Records > Seriouskitchen: The Whispering Road

Seriouskitchen: The Whispering Road

Seriouskitchen: The Whispering Road (WildGoose WGS413CD)

The Whispering Road
Seriouskitchen

WildGoose Studios WGS413CD (CD, UK, 18 December 2015)

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Recorded and mastered by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios

Musicians

Nick Hennessy, spoken word, vocals;
Vicki Swan, nyckelharpa, vocals;
Jonny Dyer, accordion, guitar, backing vocals, cow horn

The Story

The Whispering Road is essentialy made from two stories. The first, written by Helena Nyblom in around 1897, is called The Ring, and was evidently based on Swedish folkore. The second is a version of the story The Giant With No Heart in His Body widely found across northern Europe, but most famously collected in Norway by Asbjørnsen and Moe.

The Music

  1. Långdans från Sollerön [trad.]
  2. Seek Me, Find Me [Nick Hennessy]
  3. Härjedals Schottish [trad.]
  4. Polska efter Byss-Calle No. 25 [Byss-Calle]
  5. Trollmors Vagvisa [Margit Holmberg]
  6. Karolinermarschen [Eric Sahlström]
  7. Dew Drift Frost Fall [words Nick Hennessy, melody Jonny Dyer]
  8. Love Is Lost [Nick Hennessy]
  9. Polska efter Byss-Calle No. 32 [Byss-Calle]

Tracks

  1. Opening (3.36)
  2. Intro (3.33)
  3. The Ring (5.42)
  4. First Castle (7.21)
  5. Second Castle (9.00)
  6. All Hope Was Lost (9.47)
  7. The Troll (7.13)
  8. The Search (10.31)
  9. To the North (9.14)
  10. The Bird (2.18)
  11. Finale (5.11)

> Folk Music > Records > Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Paper of Pins

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Paper of Pins

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Paper of Pins (WetFoot WFM160630)

Paper of Pins
Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

WetFoot Music WFM160630 (CD, UK, 20 June 2016)

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Artwork and photography by Terry Crouch

Musicians

Vicki Swan, vocals, nyckelharpa, oktavharpa, Scottish smallpipes, Swedish bagpipes, English border pipes, flute, whistle, double bass;
Jonny Dyer, vocals, guitars, gandola, bouzouki, piano accordion, piano, spinet, pipe organ, harmonium, cowhorn

Tracks

  1. The Golden Glove (Roud 141; Laws N20; G/D 1:166; Henry H524) (5.38)
  2. The Blantyre Explosion (Roud 1014; Laws Q35) (3.23)
  3. The Halsway Parade / The Quantock Reel (5.03)
  4. We Were Friends (4.51)
  5. The Bold Fisherman (Roud 291; Laws O24; G/D 4:834) / tune Hunt the Hog (6.25)
  6. Canon (4.41)
  7. Daddy Fox (Roud 131; G/D 3:499; Henry H38) / tune The Chicken Run (3.54)
  8. Hornlåt Om Mobil Saknas / Bröllopsgåvan / Piggelunkschottisen (6.01)
  9. Paper of Pins (Roud V18487) (5.22)
  10. All Hail (3.54)

The Wedding Suite

  1. Processional: Sophie's Brudmarsch / Mr & Mrs Green's Whimsey (5.16)
  2. Signing the Register: Adagio, Love Is a Circle (5.15)
  3. Recessional: Speed the Plough / Erithway Green (6.02)

Tracks 1, 9 lyrics trad., music Jonny Dyer;
Track 2 lyrics trad., collected A.L. Lloyd, music Jonny Dyer;
Tracks 3ab, 5b, 8bc Vicki Swan;
Tracks 4, 6, 8a, 10, 13b Jonny Dyer;
Track 5a lyrics arr. Jonny Dyer, music Jonny Dyer;
Track 7 trad.;
Track 11 Jonny Dyer, Vicki Swan;
Track 12 words Robert Herrick (1591-1674), music Jonny Dyer;
Track 13a trad. arr. Jonny Dyer

Video

> Folk Music > Records > Purcell's Polyphonic Party: An Invitation to Dance

Purcell's Polyphonic Party: An Invitation to Dance

Purcell's Polyphonic Party: An Invitation to Dance (WetFoot WFM170901)

An Invitation to Dance
Purcell's Polyphonic Party

Wetfoot Music WFM170901 (CD, UK, 1 September 2017)

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Recorded and mixed at WetFoot Music;
Mastered by Steve Kitch at Audiomaster;
Artwork anc cover design by Nicole Murray

Musicians

John Dipper, viola d'amore, concertina;
Vicki Swan, nyckelharpa, Scottish smallpipes, flageolet;
Jonny Dyer, spinet, accordion, gandola

Tracks

  1. Dick’s Maggot (H. Playford 1702) (4.09)
  2. Jacob Hall’s Jig (H. Playford 1695) (4.45)
  3. A Trip to Paris (H. Playford 1728) (4.14)
  4. Emperor of the Moon (John Playford 1688) (5.07)
  5. Maiden Lane (John Playford 1651 / Jonny Dyer) (4.17)
  6. Kelsterne Gardens (H. Playford c. 1727) (4.12)
  7. Hare’s Maggot (H. Playford 1701 / John Dipper) (5.38)
  8. Terpsichore (La Bouree, Michael Praetorius 1605 or 1612) (4.34)
  9. Mount Hills (John Playford 1721 / Jonny Dyer) (3.03)
  10. St Margaret’s Hill (H. Playford 1713) (3.03)
  11. Softly Good Tummas (Kynaston 1728) (6.23)
  12. Upon a Summer’s Day (John Playford 1721) (2.35)

> Folk Music > Records > Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Twelve Months and a Day

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Twelve Months and a Day

Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer: Twelve Months and a Day (WetFoot WFM190201)

Twelve Months and a Day
Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

WetFoot Music WFM190201 (CD, UK, 1 February 2019)

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Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer at Folk im Feuerschlösschen, Bad Honnef, on 24.01.2019, photo: Sabine Büttner Recorded by Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer;
Mixed and mastered by Phil Snell at Limbo Creative Ltd;
Cover artwork by Daria Kulesh

Folk Radio UK review by David Kidman

Musicians

Vicki Swan, vocals, nyckelharpas (standard, fiddle, oktav, Siena), flute, double bass;
Jonny Dyer, vocals, guitar, bouzouki, piano, harmonium, citole, cornu, carnyx;
Evan Carson: guest percussion [8, 10]

Tracks

  1. Andy Clarke's: Långsammapolskan / Andy Clarke’s / A Trip to Harbertonford (5.37)
  2. Gallows Tree (4.29)
  3. Dance All Night: Elsy’s Waltz / Dancing Shoes / Dance All Night (5.35)
  4. John Lover (4.36)
  5. Midsommarn: Calle’s Brudmarsch / Marsch efter Calle Svankvist / Midsommarn (5.33)
  6. Two Red Roses (5.23)
  7. Mary Free (3.00)
  8. Grandpa Joe: Fiddling About / Grandpa Joe (4.29)
  9. Elegy (4.04)
  10. Ai Vis Lo Lop: Palästinalied (instrumental) / Ai Vis Lo Lop (5.24)
  11. Folk Club Song (5.12)
  12. Calle Slips: Polska efter Calle Svankvist / That Mallet Moment / Pinky and the Cradle (4.59)

All music, words and arrangements by Vicky Swan and Jonny Dyer except
Track 2 “The Demon of The Gibbet” by Fitz-James O'Brien (1826-1862);
Track 4 trad. American ca. 1870;
Track 6 lyrics by William Morris (1934-1896);
Track 7 trad. carol from the Harleian manuscript (c. 1456), set to the tune of Searching for Lambs;
Track 10 trad.

Video

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Other records with Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer

Isambarde, Barnstorming, CD, Whirly Whorl WHIRWHOR 001, 2006

George Papavgeris, Life's Eyes, CD, WildGoose WGS349CD, 2008

Various Artists, Moonshine Murder Mountains & Mudflats (Leigh Folk Festival 2008), CD, Thames Delta MUD001CD, 2008

George Papavgeris, Looking Both Ways, CD, WildGoose WGS369CD, 2009

Various Artists, Shivering Sands & Scavenging Birds (Leigh Folk Festival 2009), CD, Thames Delta MUD002CD, 2009

Jeff Warner, Long Time Travelling, CD, WildGoose WGS385CD, 2011

Chris Sarjeant, Heirlooms, CD, WildGoose WGS386CD, 2012

Hector Gilchrist, Days o' Grace, CD, WildGoose WGS409CD, 2014

Ange Hardy, Esteesee, CD, Story STREC1659, 2015

Daria Kulesh, Long Lost Home, CD, own label DKCD0001, 2017

Hector Gilchrist, Gleanings, CD, WildGoose WGS426CD, 2018