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KEN CAMPBELL'S IDEAL BAND
KEN CAMPBELL'S IDEAL BAND
FECD226
In the 1980s The Ideal Band was one of Scotland's most highly respected folk bands. Founder member Ken Campbell has reformed the band bringing together three of Scotland's most respected and experienced musicians. The present a unique blend of contemporary and traditional song from Scotland.

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SARA GREY
SANDY BOYS
FECD225
"fine musicanship...heartfelt vocals and her assertive banjo playing make anything she records an enjoyable listening experience" Sing Out magazine. We couldn't put it better ourselves!

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ANDY MAY
HAPPY HOURS
FECD224
One of the finest of the younger generation of Northumbian Pipers. In a review of this album English Dance & Song magazine declared "From the panache of the opening reels to the rip-roaring closing 'Mulneiras' this is a varied and wide-ranging collection. Inspiring stuff!"

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ELBOW JANE
3-SIDE ISLAND
FECD223
Elbow Jane have been attracting a lot of interest over the last year or so - "The best five piece acoustic band on the folk scene" said BBC Midlands' Mick Peat - and this CD show why. Great singing, sublime harmonies and superb musicianship.

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TOM KITCHING & GREN BARTLEY
BOUNDARY
FECD222
When Young Folk Award finalist, Tom Kitching and singer songwriter, Gren Bartley, released their debut album, ‘Rushes’(FECD202), in 2007 they set about picking up club and festival gigs and attracted many positive comments along the way. Maverick magazine described the duo as “an excellent twinning of two outstanding rising talents” and fRoots proclaimed that “the future looks bright for Tom and Gren”. Their new album is a result of them have gaining in maturity of performance through working together. Yet their music remains understated and delightfully unabashed. They modestly go about producing music which is superbly proficient and humbly honest and in so doing are attracting an army of fans.

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DAVE GOULDER
THE GOLDEN DAYS OF STEAM
FECD221
In 1971 Dave Goulder, a former railway worker turned songwriter, released an LP entitled 'Requiem For Steam'. It followed the closure of great swathes of the UK railway sytem and the passing of steam locomotives. Some 17 years later he produced a follow-up, The Man Who Put The Engine In The Chip Shop' which was a much more positive affair following the setting up of many steam preservation groups. This CD combines the two LPs and is enhanced with actuality railway recordings.

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A.L. LLOYD
AN EVENING WITH A.L. LLOYD
FECD220
Folklorist, folksong collector, writer, broadcaster, singer and storyteller. Interestingly this is the first 'live' recording of Bert Lloyd and as such gives a more rounded picture of the man: introducing the songs with wit and erudition as well as telling stories this folk club recording from 1972 provides a fascinating insight to a fascinating character.

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A L LLOYD
TEN THOUSAND MILES AWAY
FECD219
***DOUBLE CD FOR THE PRICE OF ONE*** A L 'Bert' Lloyd was one of the architects of the English Folk Revival. He was a singer, writer and mentor to many of the leading folk artists of today. His interest in folk music started when he was working in Australia in the 1920s. These recordings made in the 1950s are some of the earliest he made of English and Australian songs

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GRAHAM & SAM PIRT
DANCE TI THEE DADDY
FECD218
Graham Pirt started singing in the 1960s and is featured on several Fellside CDs as a member of Cockersdale. He is also director of Whitby Folk Festival. Recently he has been undertaking more solo work as well as working with his son, Sam. Sam also features on several Fellside CDs as a member of 422. Sam is regarded as one of the best accordion players of his generation. Between them they present a selection of songs from Graham's native north east of England plus some tunes from further afield.

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PHIL HULSE
UNPREDICTED STORM
FECD217
One-third of exciting folk-roots trio ‘The Queensberry Rules’, Phil Hulse has become an effective guitarist and vocalist with over 14 years live experience under his belt. Some commentators have been bemoaning the dearth of singer-songwriters making political or social comment. Enter Phil Hulse. Often rooted in his locality and always written from the perspective of everyday people, Phil tells it like it is and how it impinges on peoples’ lives. As well as contributing half the songs presented by The Queensberry Rules, Phil wanted to try some of his material in his own context and has selected various other musicians to enhance his material including Louise Peacock (best known for her work with Bryan Ferry and Tarras), session man supreme, Stevie Lawrence (formerly with the Scottish Band, Iron Horse, and currently with Canterach and Rallion) and Bob Hallard and Richard Adams (from the Manchester bands, Section Six and Coma Shock respectively). Essentially, though, it is Phil centre stage armed with his powerful vocal style and underpinned by tasteful guitar work. He has written a new collection of songs that are already winning praise and have been described as ‘poignant, topical and heart-felt’. Coupled with his ear for a good melody and his trademark hook-lines it has resulted in a compelling album.

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