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Crooked Oak / The Foot O'wor Stairs
管理番号 9L-01997商品ID163307534
販売価格 5,680円(税込)
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9L-01997 - Crooked Oak / The Foot O'wor Stairs - 5,680円(税込)
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*** LP : UK 1979 / Eron / ERON 019 ***
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A- / A
ジャケット:非コーティングのペラジャケ。正面上部微スレ。裏面経年の軽微な薄シミがほんの少し。これ以外は四隅もぴんとした美品です。
ディスク:レーベルはヒゲ無し。盤面はほとんど使用感のない美品です。
マトリクスはA/Bのみ。
パテントNo.入り穴あき内袋付属。

クルックド・オークの2nd。
英国トラッド・フォークの名作です。
ちなみに1st"From Little Acorns Grow"は鬼レアな高額盤として知られています。
この3人組の特徴は何と言ってもバグパイプと笛ですね。
ほとんど全編で悲しげなパイプと笛の音が聞えてきて、針を落としたとたんに部屋の中に北国の寒風が吹きすさぶようです。
取り上げている曲もとてもよくて、Steeleye Span他でお馴染みの"Lowlands of Holland"なんかは背中がぞくっとくるような名演です。
多重露出の幻想的なジャケットもかっこいいのだけど本人たちのルックスとファッションが残念ではあります・・・
Ray Fisherがライナーを寄せています。
強力推薦盤!

英国オリジナル盤。美品です。

★試聴曲は別レコードの音源です。
[A]
1. Bonny Woodhall
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First heard sung by Dick Gaughan. This particular version is from Bell's Rhymes of Northern Bards.
2. The Piper's Chair/The Legacy Jig
These two Irish jigs from O'Neils Collection are often found to be played around sessions on Tyneside.
3. The Band o' Shearers/Small Coals and Little Money/Felix The Wrestler
A Scots song from the borders "The Shearing" referred to is that of corn and not sheep. The tune that follows is a Northumbrian pipe tune from Bruce & Stokoe's "Northumbrian Minstrelsy". The second tune is an Irish tune from O'Neil's 1001 Irish Tunes.
4. The Lowlands of Holland
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A Scots version of a popular song, the text for this version from Galloway is from Noran Buchan's 101 Scottish Songs except for the first verse which is from "The Scottish Minstrelsy".
5. A U (Me) Hinny Burd?/Mr. Kennedy North
A song about places up and down the River Tyne and N.E. coast. A "hinny burd" is a pregnant mare. The song is again from the "Northumbrian Minstrelsy". The tune 'Mr. Kennedy North' is a recently discovered tune written by the late Tom Clough, who was probably the finest exponent of the small pipes that ever lived. Keith found the tune in some manuscripts at Beanish Museum.
[B]
1. Lucy Grey of Allendale
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The greater part of the poem by the same name from Bell's Rhymes of Northern Bards. The tune, basically Scots, was put to it by Steve.
2. The Humours of Tulla/ Cois an Ghiorria/Marquis of Tullibardine
Three tunes; the first of Irish origin from O'Neil's Collection. The second is from "To ne mair breathnach ceol rince na h'Eireann Book 1". The third tune is Scots; Alan heard it from the playing of Dave Swarbrick.
3. Will Jobling/I'll Never Gan Tae The Dark Cellar Nee Mer
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Will Jobling was one of the founders of the Miner's Union in 1832. One evening, whilst on strike, he and Ralph Armstrong encountered Judge Nicholas Fairless from South Shields. The Judge refused Jobling's plea for some money so Armstrong killed him. On 1-8-1832 Jobling was unjustly found guilty of the judge's murder and he was sentenced to be hanged and gibbeted. He hung on the gibbet 100 yards from his own home on Jarrow Slake for 25 days before he was buried. Will Jobling was the last man in Britain to be gibbeted. Keith found the tune that follows from the John Bell Manuscripts at Beamish Museum.
4. Sir John Fenwick( The Flower among them all)/Salmon Tails Up The Water
Two Northumbrian tunes; the first, from the Northumbrian Minstrelsy was usded as a gathering tune by the followers of James II during the Jacobite Uprisings of 1745. Sir John Fenwick was one of the followers of James II and he was hung in 1747 for his treachery. 'Salmon tails up the water' is from The Piper's Tune Book.
5. The McGregors
A song about the sons of Rob Roy McGregor after his death and to the tune of 'The Haughs of Cromdale'.

Crooked Oak:
Steve Evans - vocals & guitar
Keith Davidson - Northumbrian small pipes, Irish pipes and whistle
Alan Green - Whistle, cittern, fiddle, banjo & vocals

All titles traditional arranged by Crooked Oak except "Will Jobling" (Dutfield/Evans)
Song notes by Crooked Oak
Recorded at Soundlink Studios, Shieldfield, Newcastle on Tyne
Engineered by Ian Craig
Produced by Stu Lucky
Sleeve concept, design and snaps by: Rae Curry
Disc mastered by Raymond Staff, Trident Recording Studios Ltd., London.

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