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Tiger Moth Speed the Plough

Tiger Moth: Speed the Plough (Rogue FMSL 2006)

Speed the Plough
Tiger Moth

Rogue Records FMSL 2006 (7" single, UK, 1983)

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Produced by Ian A. Anderson, Rod Stradling and Jon Moore;
Recorded by Paul Travers at Chestnut Studios, Churt, Surrey, in August 1983:
Mixed by Tim Wheatley at Chestnut Studios;
Cover deisgn by Lawrence Heath

Musicians

Rod Strandling, melodeon;
Jon Moore, electric guitar;
John Maxwell, drums,
Maggie Holland, bass guitar;
Chris Coe, hammered dulcimer;
Ian A. Anderson, bottleneck guitar [1];

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Speed the Plough (2.55)
  1. The Belfast Poker (2.58)

All tracks trad.

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Tiger Moth

Tiger Moth: Tiger Moth (Rogue FMSL 2006)

Tiger Moth
Tiger Moth

Rogue Records FMSL 2006 (LP, UK, 1984)

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Produced by Ian A. Anderson and Tiger Moth;
Recorded by Paul Travers at Chestnut Studios, Churt, Surrey, in August-September 1984
except track 7 recorded in August 1983;
Front cover and logo by Rodney Matthews;
Photos, type and layout by Ian A. Anderson except photo of Ian by Maggie Holland

Musicians

Rod Strandling, melodeons;
Jon Moore, electric guitar;
Ian A. Anderson, electric slide, rhythm and acoustic guitars, marraccas;
Maggie Holland, bass guitar, banjo;
Chris Coe, hammered dulcimer, clogs;
John Maxwell, drums

with
Paul Travers, synthesisers, voice loops, percussion [3];

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Digital Watch (3.31)
  2. Larousse (2.30)
  3. The Rogue Orange (3.58)
  4. 'Smarlon (2.21)
  5. Soldier's Joy (3.27)
  6. The Duchess Dressed in Blue (4.03)
  1. Speed the Plough (2.58)
  2. The Seven Stars (2.48)
  3. The Electric Kettle (3.24)
  4. Marshal Curwen's Polka / Pepper in the Brandy (3.03)
  5. Morris Oxford (2.49)
  6. Oats and Beans and Barley / The Hulichan (3.20)
  7. The Rope Waltz (2.06)

All tracks trad. except
Track 4 Hank Bradleyy

> Folk Music > Records > Tiger Moth: Howling Moth

Tiger Moth: Howling Moth

Tiger Moth: Howling Moth (Rogue FMSL 2012)

Howling Moth
Tiger Moth

Rogue Records FMSL 2012 (LP, UK, 1988)
Rogue Records FMSD 5012 (CD, UK, 1988)

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Produced by Jon Moore and Ben Mandelson;
Recorded by Davie Kenny at Ideal Sound, London, in January 1988;
Front cover by Rodney Matthews;
Group phozo by Dave Peabody;
Guest photo and design by Ian A. Anderson

Musicians

Rod Strandling, melodeons, extra acoustic guitar [2];
Jon Moore, electric and acoustic guitars, synthesiser parts [11];
Ian A. Anderson, electric and acoustic slide guitars, guitar [11];
Maggie Holland, electric and acoustic bass guitar, banjo;
Ian Carter, keyboards, piano, extra melodeon [2];
John Maxwell, drums, percussion

with
Hijaz Mustapha, guitar [1], bouzouki [6], banjozouki [10], vocals

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Sloe Benga (2.59)
  2. Sumolleh? (3.20)
  3. Polka Volta (2.49)
  4. Olympia (3.23)
  5. Conquer Your Glasses (3.37)
  6. The First Wife (3.16)
  1. La Bastringue (3.21)
  2. Gone With the Lind (3.19)
  3. Flor Marchita (3.19)
  4. Mustapha's Home Schottische (3.16)
  5. Moth to California (3.27)
  6. Sestrina (3.37)

All tracks trad. except
Track 11a Roger Edwards;
Track 11b John Kirkpatrick

> Folk Music > Records > Orchestre Super Moth: Salt of the Earth

Orchestre Super Moth: Salt of the Earth

Orchestre Super Moth: Salt of the Earth (Rogue 12FMS 106)

Salt of the Earth (Song of Praise)
Orchestre Super Moth

Rogue Records 12FMS 106 (12", UK, 1988)

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Track 1 produced by Jon Moore, recorded in June/July 1988;
Track 2 produced by Ian A. Anderson and Lucy Duran, recorded in May 1987;
Track 3 produced by Jon Moore and Ben Mandelson, recorded in May 1987;
All tracks recorded by David Kelly at Ideal Sound, London;
Sleeve designed and set by Ian A. Anderson;
Illustration Malimogo (The people of Mali) by the Markala Women's Cooperative, courtesy Joliba, Picton Street, Bristol

Musicians

Maggie Holland, bass, vocals;
Jon Moore, guitar, vocals;
John Maxwell, drums;
Rod Strandling, melodeon;
Ian Carter, keyboards;
Ian A. Anderson, slide guitar;
Dembo Konte, kora, vocals;
Kausu Kuyateh, kora, vocals

with
Hijaz Mustapha, guitar [3]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Orchestre Super Moth: Salt of the Earth (Song of Praise) (7.13)
  1. Dembo Konte & Kausu Kuyateh: Mamma Maneh (4.55)
    from Simbomba (Rogue FMSL 2011, 1987)
  2. Tiger Moth: Sloe Benga (2.59)
    from Howling Moth (Rogue FMSL 2012, 1988)

Track 1 words Maggie Holland, trad. tune from Guinea;
Track 2 Dembo Konte, Kausu Kuyateh;
Track 3 trad.

> Folk Music > Records > Orchestre Super Moth: The World at Sixes and Sevens

Orchestre Super Moth: The World at Sixes and Sevens

Orchestre Super Moth: The World at Sixes and Sevens (Rogue 12FMS 6-7)

The World at Sixes and Sevens
Orchestre Super Moth

Rogue Records 12FMS 6-7 (12", UK, 1989)

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Recorded by David Kelly at Ideal Sound, London;
Sleeve designed and set by Ian A. Anderson;

Musicians

Maggie Holland, lead vocals [2-3], vocals [4], bass;
John Maxwell, drums;
Abdul Tee-Jay, lead guitar [1];
Rod Strandling, melodeon, vocals [3];
Jon Moore, lead guitar [2-4], rhythm guitar [1-2, 4], vocals [2-3];
Ian A. Anderson, slide guitar;
Ian Carter, keyboards [2, 4];
Dembo Konte, Kausu Kuyateh, kora [2], vocals [2]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Radio Polka International (3.27)
  2. Salt of the Earth (Radio Mix) (4.03)
  1. New Pony (4.51)
  2. Lone Wolf Blues (2.59)

Track 1 trad.;
Track 2 Jon Moore, Maggie Holland;
Track 3 Bob Dylan;
Track 4 Oscar Woods

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Tiger Moth: Mothballs

Tiger Moth: Mothballs (Omnium OMM 2012D)

Mothballs
Tiger Moth

Omnium Records OMM 2012D (CD, USA, 1996)

Mothballs Plus
Tiger Moth

Weekend Beatnik WEBE 9043 (CD, UK, 2004)

Tiger Moth: Mothballs Plus (Weekend Beatnik WEBE 9043)
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Tracks 3-4, 6-8, 13, 15-16, 20-21, 23 recorded by Paul Travers at Chestnut Studios, Churt, Surrey; produced by Ian A. Anderson and Tiger Moth;
All other track recorded by David Kenny at Ideal Sound, London, except track 18 recorded by Nick Cathcart-Jones;
Produced by Jon Moore and Ben Mandelson except tracks 2, 18 produced by Ian A. Anderson, tracks 10-12 remixed by Ian A. Anderson, Track 23 remixed in 2004 by Simon Emmerson and Mass;
Mastered by Duncan Cowell at Sound Mastering London;
Paintings by Rodney Matthews;
Tray card photos by Jak Kilby;
Design by Jali Roll Martian

Musicians

Rod Strandling, melodeons, acoustic guitar [5];
Jon Moore, electric guitar, synthesiser sequenced [Omnium 21], vocals [11];
Ian A. Anderson, slide guitars, second guitar [19], marraccas [13];
Maggie Holland, bass guitar, banjo, vocals, vocals [11, 22];
John Maxwell, drums, percussion;
Chris Coe, hammered dulcimer, clogs;
Ian Carter, keyboards, melodeon [5]

with
Hijaz Mustapha, banjozouki [14], guitar [1, 23], animateur [2];
Abdul Tee-Jay, guitar and animateur [2];
Dembo Konte & Kausu Kuyateh, koras and vocals [11];
Flaco Jimenez, accordion [22];
Simon Emmerson, alto spoons and cittern [23];
Mass, keyboards, bass and drum programming [23];
Bob Sinfield, wireless world voices [2];
Paul Travers, voice loops and percussion [7]

Tracks

Mothballs Plus (Weekend Beatnik, 2004)Mothballs (Omnium, 1996)
  1. Sloe Benga (2.59)
  2. Radio Polka International (2.49)
  3. The Digital Watch (3.31)
  4. Larousse (2.30)
  5. Sumolleh (3.20)
  6. Speed the Plough (2.58)
  7. The Rogue Orange (3.58)
  8. 'Smarlon (2.21)
  9. Olympia (3.23)
  10. Conquer Your Glasses (gRiotous Remix) (3.20)
  11. Salt of the Earth (Radio Mix) (3.50)
  12. La Bastringue (Jali House Mmix) (3.21)
  13. The Duchess Dressed in Blue (3.58)
  14. Mustapha's Home Schottische (3.16)
  15. The Seven Stars (2.48)
  16. Morris Oxford (2.49)
  17. Gone With the Lind (3.19)
  18. Nail That Stoat (3.10)
  19. Moth to California (3.27)
  20. The Belfast Poker (2.56)
  21. Oats & Beans & Barley / The Hulichan (3.20)
  22. New Pony (4.53)
  23. Sloe Banga (2004 Remix) (3.56)
  24. The Rope Waltz (2.06)
  1. Sloe Benga (2.59)
  2. Radio Polka International (2.49)
  3. The Digital Watch (3.31)
  4. Larousse (2.30)
  5. Sumolleh (3.20)
  6. Speed the Plough (2.58)
  7. The Rogue Orange (3.58)
  8. 'Smarlon (2.21)
  9. Olympia (3.23)
  10. Conquer Your Glasses (gRiotous Remix) (3.20)
  11. Salt of the Earth (Radio Mix) (3.50)
  12. La Bastringue (Jali House Mmix) (3.21)
  13. The Duchess Dressed in Blue (3.58)
  14. Mustapha's Home Schottische (3.16)
  15. The Seven Stars (2.48)
  16. Gone With the Lind (3.19)
  17. Nail That Stoat (3.10)
  18. Moth to California (3.27)
  19. The Belfast Poker (2.56)
  20. Marshal Curwen's Polka / Pepper in the Brandy (3.03)
  21. Sestrina (3.37)

Tracks 6, 20 from the 7" single Speed the Plough (1983);
Tracks 3-4, 6-8, 13, 15-16, 21, 24, Omnium track 20 from Tiger Moth (1984);
Tracks 5, 9, 14, 17, 19, Omnium track 21 from Howling Moth (1988);
Tracks 10, 12 remixed, originally from Howling Moth (1988);
Tracks 2, 11, 22 from The World ar Sixes and Sevens (1989);
Track 18 from Square Roots (1987);
Track 22 special 2004 remix, work in progress for The Imagined Village (2007)

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See also the discographies of Maggie Holland, Ian A. Anderson, Hot Vultures, and The English Country Blues Band

Buttons & Bows Volume 2 (Dambuster DAM 006) Various Artists, Buttons and Bows Volume 2, 2 LP, Dambuster DAM 006, 1985

Square Roots (Folk Roots FROOT 001) Various Artists, Square Roots: An Unlikely Selection from the Pages of Folk Roots Magazine, LP, Folk Roots FROOT 001, 1987

Jali House Rock (Rogue BFMSD 5019) Various, Jali House Rock, CD, Rogue BFMSD 5019, 1989

The Imagined Village: The Imagined Village (Real World CDRW 147) Various Artists, The Imagined Village, CD, Real World CDRW 147, 2007

Ian A. Anderson: Onwards! (Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7053) Ian A. Anderson, Onwards!, CD, Ghosts from the Basement GFTB 7053, 4 January 2019