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Wendy Stewart: About Time

Wendy Stewart: About Time (Greentrax CDTRAX059)

About Time
Wendy Stewart

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX059 (CD, UK, January 1992)

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Recorded by Roy Ashby at Hart Street Studios, Edinburgh;
Mixed by Roy Ashby and Wendy Stewart

Musicians

Wendy Stewart, gut-strung acoustic harp [1-2, 4, 6, 9-13], nylon-strung electro-harp [3, 5, 7-8, 11-12], vocals [3, 10];
Alan James, bass clarinet [1], clarinet [6];
Jim Walker, percussion [6], side drum [12];
Colin Matheson, keyboards [11];
Gary West, whistle [11]

Tracks

  1. Hip Hip Bouree / Pheasant Feathers (3.06)
  2. Bonawe Highlanders / Stirling Castle / Rachel Rae (4.30)
  3. Harp Song of the Dane Women (3.12)
  4. Love Lie Near Me (2.52)
  5. The Burning Bing (3.15)
  6. Petronella (2.55)
  7. Polska from Ornunga (2.25)
  8. Silent Rains (6.01)
  9. Roslin Castle / Miss Gordon of Gight (3.26)
  10. St Bride’s Coracle (2.33)
  11. The Streams of Abernethy / Puinneagan Cail (2.59)
  12. William Joseph Guppy / The King’s House (4.36)
  13. Wild West Waltz (2.10)

Track 1a Pete Yates;
Track 1b Alan Hornby;
Tracks 2abc, 4, 6-7, 9ab, 12b trad. arr. Wendy Stewart;
Track 3 words Rudyard Kipling, music Paul Guppy;
Tracks 5, 8, 11a, 13 Wendy Stewart;
Track 10 Curadh Brighde;
Track 11b trad. arr. Wendy Stewart, Colin Matheson, Gary West;
Track 12a Paul Guppy

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Wendy Stewart: About Time 2

Wendy Stewart: About Time 2 (Greentrax CDTRAX126)

About Time 2
Wendy Stewart

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX126 (CD, UK, March 1997)

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Produced by Jack Evans;
Recorded by Peter Haigh at Pier Studios, Edinburgh;
Mixed by Jack Evans and Peter Haigh;
Photographs by Rebecca Marr;
Digital design and manipulation by John Haxby

Musicians

Wendy Stewart, vocals, gut strung harp, electro-harp, concertina;
Gary West, Scottish small pipes, low whistles;
Colin Matheson, guitar;
Jim Walker, snare drum, percussion

Tracks

  1. MacLeod of Mull / The Kitchen Piper (4.03)
  2. The January Man (4.09)
  3. Rachael Rae (4.31)
  4. Fish Feis (2.14)
  5. Probabobably / Maggie's Pancakes / Break Yer Bass Drone (3.53)
  6. Fotheringay / Pavane (3.38)
  7. Barbara Grigor / The Little Cascade (6.50)
  8. Dances With Friends (4.42)
  9. The Dusty Miller / Love and Whisky / Bobbing Joan (2.27)
  10. An Caiora / Carolan's Welcome (4.19)
  11. Drummond Castle (5.30)

Track 1a Pipe Major D. MacLeon;
Track 1b Neil Dickie;
Track 2 Dave Goulder;
Track 3, 9bc, 10a, 11 trad. arr. Wendy Stewart;
Tracks 4, 8 Wendy Stewart;
Track 5a Wendy Stewart / Gary West;
Track 5b Stuart Morison;
Track 5c Gordon Duncan;
Track 6a Sandy Denny;
Track 6b trad. arr. Jean Campbell;
Track 7a Rab Purves;
Track 7b Pipe Major G.S. Maclennan;
Tracks 9a Robert Burns arr. Wendy Stewart;
Tracks 10b Turlough O'Carolan arr. Wendy Stewart

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Wendy Stewart: Standing Wave

Wendy Stewart: Standing Wave (Greentrax CDTRAX242)

Standing Wave
Wendy Stewart

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX242 (CD, UK, April 2003)

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Produced and mixed by Wendy Stewart and Peter Haigh;
Recorded by Peter Haigh at Pier House Studios, Edinburgh;
Sculptures by Andy Goldsworthy;
Photo of harps by Adrian Roberts;
Photo of Wendy by Rebecca Marr;
Design by John Slavin

Musicians

Wendy Stewart, Böhmische Hakenharfe [1, 3-8, 10, 13-14], wire strung harp [1, 13], gut strung harp [2, 8-9, 12-13], Camac electro harp [4, 6, 10], concertina [4, 6, 11], vocals [3, 6];
Gary West, Scottish small pipes [1], low whistle [3, 12];
Mike Travis, shakers [2], djembe [2, 6], bell and mark tree [6], tenor drum [12], tom tom [12];
Rod Paterson, vocals [3, 10], guitar [11];
Fraser Spiers, harmonica [3-4, 10]

Tracks

  1. Flowres of the Forrest (Roud 3812) / The Old Sword’s Lament (4.43)
  2. Reel Set: Taigh Iain Ghròt (John O'Groat's House) / Brown's Reel / Dr Arthur's Second Hand Rant (5.30)
  3. Now Draw Up Close and Hear My Song (5.30)
  4. Fires at Midnight (5.30)
  5. Down the Hill / Annan Polka (5.30)
  6. All Things Are Quite Silent (Roud 2532) / Markellie Waltz (5.30)
  7. 6/8 March and Jigs: Pipe Major Donald Maclean of Lewis / Miss Sally Hunter of Thurston / Ho ro mo bhoban an dràm (The Favourite Dram) (5.30)
  8. Love and Loss / Wendy's Waltz (5.30)
  9. Cairn Water (5.30)
  10. There is a Tide / Tolsta Solstice (5.30)
  11. Border Set: Linkum Doddie / Come to Berwick Johnny / Bobbing Joan / Have a Care of Her, Johnny (5.30)
  12. Jean Stewart of Moniaive (5.30)
  13. Cumha airson Ceannard Chlann ‘ic Uilleam / Crodh Chailein (5.30)
  14. Barrisdale’s Dream (5.30)

Tracks 1ab, 2ab, 5ab, 6a, 7c, 11a-d, 13ab, 14 trad.;
Tracks 2c, 4, 6b, 8a, 9, 10b, 12 Wendy Stewart;
Track 3 words Wendy Stewart, tune trad.;
Track 7a PM Donald Macleod;
Track 7b Nathaniel Gow;
Track 8b Eddie McGuire,
Track 10a words Sydney Goodsir Smith, music Wendy Stewart,

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Ceolbeg, Seeds to the Wind, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX048, 1991

Ceolbeg, An Unfair Dance, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX058, 1993

Gill Bowman, Perfect Lover, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX081, 1994

Gill Bowman, Toasting the Lassies, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX085, 1994

Ceolbeg, Five, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX100, 1996

Rod Paterson: Songs from the Bottom Drawer (Greentrax CDTRAX117) Rod Paterson, Songs from the Bottom Drawer, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX117, 1996

Ceolbeg: Cairn Water (Greentrax CDTRAX188) Ceolbeg, Cainr Water, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX188, 2000

Various Artists, The Rough Guide to Scottish Folk (Second Edition), 2 CD, World Music RGNET 1235 CD, 2010

Ceolbeg: Collected (Greentrax CDTRAX374) Ceolbeg, Collected, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX374, 2013

The Macmath Collective, Macmath: The Silent Page, CD, BOS CD 1501, 2015