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Keep on Kipling

Peter Bellamy: Keep on Kipling (Fellside FE032)

Keep on Kipling
Peter Bellamy

Fellside Recordings FE032 (LP, UK, 1982)

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Recorded and produced by “Stalky & Co.” (Peter Bellamy and Paul Adams) at Fellside Studios, Cumbria, in April 1982.

Musicians

Peter Bellamy, vocals [1-15], concertina [1, 7, 13-14];
Chris Birch, guitar [3, 11], viola [1, 8], violin [1, 4, 9, 12, 14], harmony vocals [1-2, 6, 8, 10, 14];
Anthea Bellamy, harmony vocals [2, 6, 8, 10];
Howard Parker, drum [14]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. A Pilgrim's Way (5.30)
  2. Heffle Cuckoo Fair (1.34)
  3. Blue Roses (2.21)
  4. Ford o' Kabul River (3.19)
  5. The Land (6.25)
  6. Dayspring Mishandled (2.09)
  7. Roll Down to Rio (1.45)
  1. The Liner She's a Lady (6.17)
  2. Anchor Song (2.23)
  3. Minesweepers (1.39)
  4. My Lady's Law (2.57)
  5. The Coiner (3.05)
  6. My Boy Jack (1.41)
  7. Follow Me 'Ome (5.00)
  8. Cities and Thrones and Powers (1.31)

All tracks lyrics Rudyard Kipling, music Peter Bellamy

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Songs an' Rummy Conjurin' Tricks

Peter Bellamy: Songs an' Rummy Conjurin' Tricks (Fellside FSC5)

Songs an' Rummy Conjurin' Tricks
Peter Bellamy

Fellside Recordings FSC5 (cass., UK, 1991)

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Recorded by Paul Adams live at the Cockermouth Folk Club in January 1991;
Edited by Graham Bell.

The album's title is a phrase from Cholera Camp.

Musicians

Peter Bellamy, vocals, Anglo concertina

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. On Board a Ninety-Eight (Roud 1461) (3.34)
  2. Big Steamers (2.48)
  3. Tyne of Harrow (Roud 2403) (4.05)
  4. The London Waterman (Roud 1186) (1.57)
  5. Cholera Camp (6.09)
  6. The Brisk Young Widow (Roud 2438) (1.48)
  7. Death Is Not the End (4.57)
  8. St Celia's Rocks (Roud 388; Laws K8) (3.21)
  9. The Old Songs (4.38)
  1. The Slip Jigs and Reels (4.48)
  2. Lord Thomas and Fair Eleanor (Roud 4; Child 73; G/D 2:212) (5.30)
  3. Down the Moor (Roud 375; G/D 5:962; Henry H177) (4.18)
  4. The Death of Bill Brown (Roud 609) (4.09)
  5. The Days of '49 (Roud 2803) (4.16)
  6. Her Servant Man (Roud 539; Laws M15; G/D 5:1003; Henry H668) (4.15)
  7. Anchor Song (2.04)
  8. The Santa Fé Trail (Roud 5096) (4.30)

Tracks 1, 3-4, 6, 8, 11-15, 17 trad. arr. Peter Bellamy;
Tracks 2, 5, 16 lyrics Rudyard Kipling, music Peter Bellamy;
Track 7 Bob Dylan;
Track 9 words Bob Copper, music Peter Bellamy;
Track 10 Steve Tilston;
Track 17 James Grafton Rogers

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Mr Bellamy, Mr Kipling & the Tradition

Peter Bellamy: Mr Bellamy, Mr Kipling & the Tradition (Fellside FECD162)

Mr Bellamy, Mr Kipling & the Tradition
Peter Bellamy

Fellside Recordings FECD162 (2 CD, UK, 2001)

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This is a compilation of Peter Bellamy's fourth Rudyard Kipling record and his last recorded album with traditional and Kipling songs, with a few other Kipling recordings thrown in. As the Argo LPs weren't available any more, Bellamy re-recorded seven songs from Oak, Ash and Thorn and Merlin's Isle of Gramarye with Nigel Schofield engineering.

Tracks

Side 1: Keep on KiplingSide 2: Songs an' Rummy Conjurin' Tricks
  1. A Pilgrim's Way (5.30)
  2. Heffle Cuckoo Fair (1.34)
  3. Our Fathers of Old (2.50)
  4. Blue Roses (2.21)
  5. Ford o' Kabul River (3.19)
  6. The Land (6.25)
  7. The Way Through the Woods (2.23)
  8. Dayspring Mishandled (2.09)
  9. Roll Down to Rio (1.45)
  10. Sir Richard's Song (5.23)
  11. The Brookland Road (2.09)
  12. The Liner She's a Lady (6.17)
  13. Anchor Song (2.23)
  14. Minesweepers (1.39)
  15. The Looking-Glass (2.29)
  16. My Lady's Law (2.57)
  17. Cold Iron (3.24)
  18. The Coiner (3.05)
  19. My Boy Jack (1.41)
  20. Follow Me 'Ome (5.00)
  21. Philadelphia (3.50)
  22. Cities and Thrones and Powers (1.31)
  1. On Board a Ninety-Eight (Roud 1461) (3.34)
  2. Big Steamers (2.48)
  3. Tyne of Harrow (Roud 2403) (4.05)
  4. The London Waterman (Roud 1186) (1.57)
  5. Cholera Camp (6.09)
  6. The Brisk Young Widow (Roud 2438) (1.48)
  7. Death Is Not the End (4.57)
  8. St Celia's Rocks (Roud 388; Laws K8) (3.21)
  9. The Old Songs (4.38)
  10. The Slip Jigs and Reels (4.48)
  11. Lord Thomas and Fair Eleanor (Roud 4; Child 73; G/D 2:212) (5.30)
  12. Down the Moor (Roud 375; G/D 5:962; Henry H177) (4.18)
  13. The Death of Bill Brown (Roud 609) (4.09)
  14. The Days of '49 (Roud 2803) (4.16)
  15. Her Servant Man (Roud 539; Laws M15; G/D 5:1003; Henry H668) (4.15)
  16. Anchor Song (2.04)
  17. The Santa Fé Trail (Roud 5096) (4.30)
  18. Peggy Bawn (Roud 661) (2.56)
  19. The Whale Catchers (Roud 3291) (2.28)

All tracks lyrics Rudyard Kipling, music Peter Bellamy

All tracks from Keep on Kipling except
Tracks 3, 10-11, 15, 17, 21 are re-recordings of songs from Oak, Ash and Thorn;
Tracks 7 is a re-recording of a song from Merlin's Isle of Gramarye

Tracks 1, 3-4, 6, 10-15, 17-19 trad. arr. Peter Bellamy;
Tracks 2, 5, 16 lyrics Rudyard Kipling, music Peter Bellamy;
Track 7 Bob Dylan;
Track 9 words Bob Copper, music Peter Bellamy;
Track 10 Steve Tilston;
Track 17 James Grafton Rogers

All tracks from Songs an' Rummy Conjurin' Tricks except
Tracks 18-19 from The First Folk Review Recond