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Seelyhoo: The First Caul

Seelyhoo: The First Caul (Greentrax CDTRAX102)

The First Caul
Seelyhoo

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX102 (CD, UK, January 1995)

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Produced and mixed by Seelyhoo, Roy Ashby and Adie Bolton at Hart Street Recording Studios;
Backcover photograph by Simon Saffery;
Frontcover creation ‘Electric Celtic Caul’ and design by John Haxby, Art Surgery

Musicians

Jenniger Wrigley: fiddle;
Sandy Brechin: accordion, vocals;
Fiona Mackenzie, vocals, whistle;
Hazel Wrigley: guitar, keyboard;
Aaron Jones: bass guitar, bouzouki, vocals;
Jim Walker: percussion, drums

Tracks

  1. Miss Sarah MacFadyen / Farewell to Rock o' Cleary (3.40)
  2. Mick's Knitted Triplets / Brumely Brae / Jenny's Chickens (3.09)
  3. Air Sgiathan na h-oidhche (3.33)
  4. The First Leg / The Last Leg (4.05)
  5. Mhurchaidh Bhig a Chinn a Chonnais / Dairmaid's Reel (3.16)
  6. Sometimes It Doesn't Work / The Lucky Cap / The Potatoe Tree (3.16)
  7. Hoy's Dark and Lofty Isle (5.24)
  8. Superwasp / Along the Coast of Norway / Neckbuster (3.55)
  9. Sean McGuire / Bear Island / Drever's Reel (2.57)
  10. Cuin a chi mi thusa luaidh (4.24)
  11. The Stronsay Weaver / Trip to California (3.53)
  12. Dh'iomain Mam Bo (2.50)
  13. The Lost Job / The Old Copperplate / The Diesel Accordion (3.22)
  14. The Walk / Miss Lyall's (4.15)
  15. The Fly to Rousay / Porto the Rat / Dale's Place (4.08)

Tracks 1ab, 2a, 4ab, 5b, 9c, 13c, 15a Jennifer Wrigley;
Track 2b Willie Macpherson;
Tracks 2c, 5a, 7, 9b, 10, 11b, 12, 13b, 14b trad. arr. Seelyhoo;
Track 3 words Murdo Morrison, music Fiona Mackenzie;
Tracks 6a, 8ac, 13a, 15bc Sandy Brechin;
Tracks 6bc Hazel Wrigley;
Track 8b Gavin Marwick;
Track 9a Bert Murray;
Track 11a Pat Shearer;
Track 14a Fiona Mackenzie

> Folk Music > Records > Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley: Huldreland

Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley: Huldreland

Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley: Huldreland (Greentrax CDTRAX148)

Huldreland
Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX148 (CD, UK, April 1997)

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Produced by Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley;
Co-produced by Adie Bolton and Billy Peace;
Recorded by Sandy Jones at The Cottage Studio;
Photographs of the Wrigley'a by Irene Young;
Photograph of ‘Hills of Hoy’ by Gunnie Moberg;
Digital graphic design by John Haxby

Musicians

Jenniger Wrigley: fiddles, Hardanger fiddle;
Hazel Wrigley: guitar, piano;
Brian Shiels: bass;
Neil Davey: mandolin;
Eamon Coyne: banko;
Jim Walker: percussion, pipe band snare drum

Tracks

  1. Eynhallow Soond / The Halloween Flit (3.26)
  2. The Baby Set: Rohan / Keenan's Welcome / Peedie Sophie (3.32)
  3. Meg's Hornpipe / Reel O'Colster (3.32)
  4. The Giant Party / Stoned Giants (3.21)
  5. Hills of Hoy (3.34)
  6. Shannandah Falls (3.24)
  7. Barbara's Wedding / Irene's Reel (2.56)
  8. Ingi (2.19)
  9. Light Fight / Chi Cha (4.18)
  10. The Whistlebinkies Ghost / Dougal's Sustain (2.34)
  11. Horse of Copinsay (3.30)
  12. Orkney Isles Hornpipe / Toe Reid (1.43)
  13. The Ba' Rag (3.03)
  14. Huldreland (3.19)

All tracks by Jennifer Wrigley except
Track 5 Sandy Heddle;
Track 6 trad. add. Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley;
Track 7a Gordon Harvey;
Track 7b Irene Flett;
Track 10a Hazel Wrigley;
Tracks 12ab J. Johnstone

> Folk Music > Records > Seelyhoo: Leetera

Seelyhoo: Leetera

Seelyhoo: Leetera (Greentrax CDTRAX160)

Leetera
Seelyhoo

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX160 (CD, UK, September 1998)

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Produced by Seelyhoo;
Recorded by Peter Haigh at Pier House Studios, Granton, Edinburgh;
Band photographs by Simon Saffery;
Design and digital art by John Haxby, Art Surgery

Musicians

Jenniger Wrigley: fiddle, Hardanger fiddle;
Sandy Brechin: accordion;
Fiona Mackenzie: vocals, whistle, backing vocals;
Hazel Wrigley: guitar, piano, Fender Rhodes piano, mandolin;
Niall Muir: bass guitar, backing vocals;
Jim Walker: drums, percussion

Tracks

  1. Na Spioradan Briste (The Broken Spirits) / Grace Brechin (3.31)
  2. Hoy High / Hoy Low (3.32)
  3. Bidh Clann Ulaidh (The Ulster Men) (5.11)
  4. The Marquis of Huntley's Farewell / Ashley's Strathspey / Kathryn Brechin (4.52)
  5. Cait Na Dh'fhag Thu'n Fhichead Gini? / Fornethy House (2.52)
  6. Ghiulain Sinn (We Have Breathed) (4.25)
  7. Torpedo Supper / Billy & Mackay / The Brides Cog (3.39)
  8. Dheanainn Sugradh Ris An Nighinn Duibh (I Would Sport With the Black-Haired Maiden) / Nighinn Rua' Bhan (The Fair Red-Headed Girl) / Haggis Fondue (3.48)
  9. Tor Breac (4.30)
  10. Tir Nan Og (Land of the Young) (3.30)
  11. Cheese Peace / The Slip'in (3.10)
  12. Restoration Day (4.03)
  13. Aj's / The Nippy Sweet / The Custard Pie Gang (3.20)
  14. Bha Dathan A' Danns (The Colours Were Dancing) / The Red Tin Roof (6.08)

Track 1a, 6, 9, 14ab Fiona Mackenzie;
Tracks 1b, 4c, 13bc Sandy Brechin;
Tracks 2ab, 7a, 8c, 11ab, 13a Jennifer Wrigley;
Tracks 3, 5, 8ab, 10 trad. arr. Seelyhoo;
Track 4a William Marshall arr. Seelyhoo;
Track 4b Alan Henderson;
Tracks 7bc Hazel Wrigley;
Track 12 words Hazel Wrigley, music Jennifer and Hazel Wrigley;

> Folk Music > Records > Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley: Mither o' the Sea

Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley: Mither o' the Sea

Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley: Mither o' the Sea (Greentrax CDTRAX183)

Mither o' the Sea
Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley

Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX183 (CD, UK, October 1999)

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Produced by Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley;
Co-produced by Adie Bolton and Ritchie Harrison;
Recorded by Ritchie Harrison at REL Recording Studios, Edinburgh;
All photographs by Irene Young;
Sleeve design by Saltire Publications

Musicians

Jenniger Wrigley: fiddles, Hardanger fiddle;
Hazel Wrigley: guitar, piano;
Aaron Jones: bass guitar;
Eamonn Coyne: banjo, mandolin;
Kevin Macrae: cello;
Rick Bamford: percussion;
Simon Thoumire: concertina, whistle

Tracks

  1. Swelkie / The Teran (2.56)
  2. Brae o' Scorne / J F Dickie (4.02)
  3. Mrs Violet Eunson (4.34)
  4. Shapinsay Polka /Jimmy o' the Bu's Polka / Scapa Flow (5.02)
  5. Compliments to the Orkney Norway Friendship Association / The Mester Ship (4.26)
  6. Running the Lee / The Flotta Dash (2.30)
  7. Adelaide / The Phantom Flight (3.57)
  8. The Trip to Orkney Waltz (3.11)
  9. What's Rost / Tommy Mainland's March (3.25)
  10. Way Oot West / Bessie Millies Sixpence (3.30)
  11. The Duchess of Gordon / Scotification (2.51)
  12. R Aim's Compliments to J Craigie / The Holm Band Tune (3.42)

All tracks by Jennifer Wrigley except
Tracks 1ab, 5ab, 6ab, 7a, 9b, 11b Jennifer Wrigley;
Track 2a Gordon Harvey;
Track 2b J. Murdoch Henderson;
Track 3 Davie Eunson;
Track 4a John Sinclair;
Track 4b J. Spence;
Track J. Johnston;
Tracks 7b, 10ab Hazel Wrigley;
Tracks 8, 12ab W.R. Aim;
Track 9a Jimmy Graigie;
Track 11a William Marshall (1748-1833)

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Other records with Jennifer and Hazel Wrigley and/or Seelyoo

Various Artists: Evolving Tradition (Mrs Casey MCRCD5991) Various Artists, Evolving Tradition, CD, Mrs Casey MCRCD5991, 1995

Eliza Carthy: Heat Light & Sound (Topic TSCD482) Eliza Carthy, Heat Light & Sound, CD, Topic TSCD482, 1996

Various Artists: Evolving Tradition 2 (Mrs Casey MCRCD6991) Various Artists, Evolving Tradition 2, CD, Mrs Casey MCRCD6991, 1996

Huntingdon Folk 2 (SVL 06CD) Various Artists, Huntingdon Folk 2, CD, Speaking Volumes SVL 06CD, 1998

Port Fairy Folk Festival (Shock PFFF002CD) Various Artists, Port Fairy Folk Festival, CD, Shock PFFF002CD, 2000

The Rough Guide to Scottish Music (World Music RGNET 1110 CD) Various Artists, The Rough Guide to Scottish Music (Second Edition), CD, World Music RGNET 1110 CD, 2003

Sylvia Barnes: The Colour of Amber (Greentrax CDTRAX314) Sylvia Barnes, The Colour of Amber, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX314, 2007