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Subject: Mudcatter CD's
From: Joe Offer
Date: 03 Dec 00 - 02:35 AM


This is a PermaThread (edited thread), used for information about CD's recorded by Mudcat participants. Feel free to post messages to this thread, but be aware that information in this thread may be deleted or edited to make it serve as a permanent guide.
I noticed in another thread that a Mudcatter was uneasy about promoting his own CD in the Mudcat Forum, and I don't think there's any reason to be hesitant about a little modest self-promotion. The really notorious Mudcatters like Art Thieme and Rick Fielding and Kendall have no problem generating interest in their recording here, and may sell as many as ten or maybe even fifteen CD's as a result of their association with Mudcat. I've heard great recordings by a number of Mudcatters - Dan and Bonnie Milner, Dave Swan, Radriano, The Chucks (Woodchucks' Revenge), Seamus Kennedy, Jed Marum, Judy Cook, and Sandy and Caroline Paton. There are others I forgot, I'm sure.
So, I thought I'd start a PermaThread that would centralize information about Mudcatter CD's to make it easy for people to find out about them and learn how to order them. I envision allowing one message per CD - if you've posted a message and want to add information, just post another message and I'll eventually patch the two messages together. I think I'd also like to restrict this thread to just Mudcatter CD's - CD's recorded by reasonably regular participants.
Thanks.
-Joe Offer-
Also see: Attention 'Catters with CD's


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Joe Offer
Date: 03 Dec 00 - 03:09 AM

I see previous threads or Websites for

Also see Mudcatters on CD.

-Any more?
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Musicman
Date: 03 Dec 00 - 03:34 AM

Hey Joe, great idea.....

I didn't see mine on your list?

You can find informationa about it here (if I did this right1!) and they are available through Folk Leagacy....

Musicman (Paul Evenden)


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Subject: Mudcatter CD's - Woodchucks' Revenge
From: bigchuck
Date: 03 Dec 00 - 01:43 PM

Fine idea, Joe. Woodchucks' Revenge have 2 CDs available, "Loose in the Hills", released in 1996, and "Fill One Room", released in 1999. For ordering information, write to :

Woodchucks' Revenge
c/o Cady
PO Box 22
Pittsford, VT. 05763

or email petecady@sover.net
Sandy
From Midchuck:

Bigchuck already mentioned ours, but, to expand a little:

We have two recordings, each of which is available in either cassette or CD.

"Loose in the Hills" came out in fall of '96. Playlist is:

1) The Hills That I Call Home: Robert Amos (of Front Range)
2) Own Heart's Delight: Ian Tyson
3) Across The Great Divide: Kate Wolf
4) The Year Of '88: Christopher Shaw
5) Mama Fried: Lyrics: Kristina and Peter Cady; Melody: Merle Haggard
6) What Song Could I Sing to You: Dick McCormack
7) Paddy Welcome Back: Bruce ("Utah") Phillips
8) A La Claire Fontaine: Traditional/P.D.
9) Daddy Come Home: Peter Cady
10) Come Back, Baby: Trad./Champion Jack DuPree
11) The Pride Of Petrovar (Eileen Oge): Percy French
12) Gunfighter's Eyes: Peter Cady
13) Hot Buttered Rum: Tommy Thompson
14) Voices In The Hills: Dick McCormack

"Fill One Room" came out in the fall of '99. Playlist is:

1) DUSTY BOXCAR WALL: Erik Andersen
2) THE FROZEN LOGGER: James Stevens
3) SOMEDAY SOON: Ian Tyson
4) ARAGON MILL: Si Kahn
5) WRANGLING DUDES: Andrea K. Cady
6) BOXERS AND SOCKS: Lyrics: Kristina/Peter Cady
7) BILLY GRAY: Norman Blake
8) THE SONG OF THE VERMONTERS, 1779: Lyrics: John Greenleaf Whittier;Music: Peter and Kristina Cady
9) YUCKY BUGS: Dan MacArthur
10) THE SACK OF THE GODS: Lyrics: Rudyard Kipling; Music: Peter and Kristina Cady
11) BRISBANE LADIES: Trad.
12) GOD MOVED ON THE WATER: Trad.
13) LOCK-KEEPER: Stan Rogers
14) SUR LA ROUTE: Trad.
15) RODEO WIND: Chris Wall
16) FILL ONE ROOM: Dick McCormack

Either CD is $15.00; Either tape is 10.00. For orders from mudcatters we'll absorb the postage and handling.

Peter.


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Subject: Mudcatter CD's - Telynor (John P)
From: John P
Date: 03 Dec 00 - 02:36 PM

I play with a band called Telynor. We do mostly Euro-trad music with hurdy-grudy, cittern, nyckelharpa, etc. We have three CDs available. Visit the Telynor web site for sound samples, reviews, performance schedule, and ordering info.

John


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Subject: Mudcatter CD's - Debra Cowan (DebC)
From: DebC
Date: 03 Dec 00 - 03:00 PM

Glad to see this here as I was uneasy about promoting my stuff on here as well.

I have one cd out now called "Banks of Green Willow". It is a six-song EP that I released last July.

In January 2001, I will release my first solo album entitled "The Long Grey Line". Musicians who helped out on this album are:Geoff Bartley, Hanneke Cassel, Lorraine Hammond, Gaston Bernard, Steve Sadler and Jim Williams.

You can go to my website for more information and my performance schedule.

Thanks, Joe, for doing this.


Debra has two new CD's in 2001, "Long Grey Line" and Songs and Ballads of HATTIE MAE TYLER CARGILL.
-Joe Offer-

Cheers, Debra Cowan


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: harpgirl
Date: 03 Dec 00 - 03:07 PM

...I like the idea of promoting Mudcatter's CDs but how do we keep the amount of promotion down so that it doesn't overwhelm everything else? I don't want to start a flame war but how do we distinguish between regulars and the occasional person who just wants to use the forum as a marketing tool? (People know I hate excesses of anything on the 'cat)
That's why this is a PermaThread, Harpy - I retain control.
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: Mudcatter CD's - Bernard Cromarty (Bernard)
From: Bernard
Date: 03 Dec 00 - 04:41 PM

My one and only album (Revived? Forty-Five!) is also available - sample tracks are to be found on my website, and I can be emailed via the link.

It's cheap at £5.00 plus p&p...

I usually sell them on gigs - unfortunately I'm not set up for credit cards, etc.

Visit my Website


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Subject: Mudcatter CD's - Susan A-R
From: Susan A-R
Date: 03 Dec 00 - 08:32 PM

I'm on this odd little MP3 recording of Civil War songs. The group has, um, outlived its usefulness, but there is some interesting and unusual stuff on it. More a curiosity than a great listen.

click here for Hardtack and Homespun recording


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Subject: Mudcatter CD's - Hemrick Family Singers (Tar Heel)
From: tar_heel
Date: 04 Dec 00 - 07:26 PM

Don't forget the Hemrick Family Singers CD that Rick Fielding featured on his radio show ......
You can get a cd from us(18 traditional tunes from 3 cassette recording sessions)Hemrick Family Singers...390 college street... rural hall,n.c....27045....$10.00 plus $1.50 postage!!


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Subject: Mudcatter CD's - 24th Street Klezmer! Band (Troll)
From: Troll
Date: 04 Dec 00 - 09:58 PM

The 24th Street KLEZMER! Band has one CD out(Bagels and Grits) and another (Klezarchy) due in Jan.
We are one of the very few klezmer bands on the Lower South East Side of the US. You can PM me (troll) or run a search with the bands name to get our web site.

troll


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: katlaughing
Date: 04 Dec 00 - 10:17 PM

Joe, I have a terrific new one by Willie-O, There's always time for anachronism; there's also Animaterras' CDs, of which I have one, Spring Concert 1999: Carry It Home; also, don't forget PaulG, who has a couple of really nice ones out; and, Guy Wolff, too. Also, one other one I would highly recommend is Lothlorien; they are not on here on a regular basis, but one of them is a member and their music is really good. I'll go hunt up the relevant threads and patch in for you.

Here ya go: PaulG
willie-o/Bill Cameron
animaterra
lothlorien
Guy Wolff

Great Idea, BTW!

kat

Linnks copied up to here.
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: Mudcatter CD's - Jed Marum
From: JedMarum
Date: 04 Dec 00 - 10:23 PM

Thanks Joe, for this thread.

The link above takes you to Amazon.con, but my CD is also available at CDBaby.com for a little less, and at Mudcat (Email or personal message Max).


Also see http://www.jedmarum.com


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: JedMarum
Date: 04 Dec 00 - 10:31 PM

another thread talks about a great compilation record just put out by Borealis which features our own Rick Fielding on one of the tracks. This is a guitar lover's record, and I believe it qualifies for the Mudcat CD list.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: P Mitchell@work
Date: 05 Dec 00 - 04:54 AM

I've just got a print run of C.D.'s done. Pagan based stuff, taking the Mickey out of the pagan scene... So not to everyone's taste, but hey, there you go... If people want a copy they can PM me here or try ragingpagan@hotmail.com the C.D. is only £5 (plus some p&p). So, there you go.

It feels a bit wierd to be selling songs, I'm not sure I've really got the hang of this marketing stuff at all.

Paul


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Wolfgang
Date: 05 Dec 00 - 07:02 AM

South Roscommon Singers' CD (including Mudcatter Martin Ryan)

Wolfgang


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Subject: Mudcatter CD's - Kim C
From: Kim C
Date: 05 Dec 00 - 11:46 AM

Mister and I have a cassette (hope that's okay!) called Stonewall of the West, with five traditional pre-1865 songs and five original songs about Civil War stuff. $12 including postage. If you're interested PM me and I'll give you my snail mail. Thanks!

Kim


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Subject: Mudcatter CD's - Out of the Rain (radriano)
From: radriano
Date: 05 Dec 00 - 11:52 AM

Well, just as long as this thread is here:

I'm currently working on an album of sea shanties and sea songs that will probably be ready in about four months.

My former band, "Out of the Rain", which was in existance from about 1980 to 1996, has three recordings out. We were known for three-part a cappella singing although we did play instruments as well. The CD is a compilation of songs from live concerts we've done over the years. Here's a list of the albums:

A COMMON TREASURY(cassette tape)
Side A:
The World Turned Upside Down (The Diggers)
The Hills of Isle Au Haut/Bantry Bay/Old Torn Petticoat
The Cherry Tree Carol
The Star of the County Down / Scatter the Mud
Side B:
Jackie Tar/Cottage in the Grove/Green Hills of Glentown
Paddy's Lamentation
Broken Pledge/Sean Frank/Tam Lin
Here's A Health

SONG OF THE WAGE SLAVE (cassette tape)
Side A:
Both Sides the Tweed
Capetown
Dobbin's Flowery Vale
The Gin and Raspberry
There Came a Day
The Broom O' The Cowdenknowes
Side B:
As I Walked on the Road
The Old Miner/I Can Hew
Joe Whitaker
The Two Brethren
Song of the Wageslave

WITH THE FRIENDS I LOVE BEST (CD)
The Creggan White Hare
Siul a Ruin
If I was a Blackbird
The Merry Sisters/Craig's Pipes/The Curlew (reels)
The Grey Funnel Line
Will Ye Go to Flanders
The Wild Rover
Goodnight and Joy
The Bright Shining Morning
Blind Mary/Belles of Tipperary/Shearing the Sheep
The Meeting of the Waters
Sliobh Gallen Braes
Austin Barry's/Clare Jig/Bank of Turf
Down by the Glenside
The Walls of Troy

All three recordings are sold locally by me. See Mudcat's e-mail list to find me. Cassettes are $15 and CDs are $17 (this includes postage & handling). And remember, those cassette tapes and CD's make dandy additions to your Christmas stockings.

Richard

New Radriano CD, July 2002:
Time Ashore Is Over (Richard Adrianowicz)

And another:

Boldly from Westward:
Songs of the Sea

Richard Adrianowicz and Peter Kasin
February, 2005


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Jim Krause
Date: 05 Dec 00 - 02:11 PM

Glad to see this thread. I have a couple of recordings out.
  • Down County Road 1045 is an anthology of original compositions. Available on cassette only.
  • Going Up the Missouri: Songs & Dance Tunes from Old Fort Osage is a recording of folk and popular music from the 18th and early 19th centuries. Ordering information may be found at my website, along with an order form which you can print out. Jim Krause


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: tar_heel
Date: 05 Dec 00 - 07:46 PM

hey joe,you can get a cd from us(18 traditional tunes from 3 cassette recording sessions)Hemrick Family Singers...390 college street... rural hall,n.c....27045....$10.00 plus $1.50 postage!!


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: GUEST,Kristi
Date: 05 Dec 00 - 08:18 PM

Upsala has our Cd out for about a year now. It is available on Amazon and CDnow. Our web page has sampes or you can get downloads at www.mp3.com/upsala. We also have a MP3 Cd featuring Sarah Thomas, our fiddle player's daughter with her sweet voice available on MP3.com.

I know I show up as a guest, but I can't figure out how to get rid if it since I upgraded my windows program. Kristi


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Luke
Date: 06 Dec 00 - 02:40 PM

Thanks for the chance to hawk some goods. I have a CD named Rushsylvania. It's a collection of my own songs recorded at Grey Larsons studio in Bloomington In. He also appears on the recordings and did some fine arranging as well. If you have an interest just pm me and we'll take it from there.

15.00 plus p&h

Luke Bob Lucas


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: RoyH (Burl)
Date: 06 Dec 00 - 03:03 PM

Thanks for doing this Joe. Ihave an album (LIVE AT THE LION,on Wildgoose Records) available in America via Elderly Instruments. Also 'The Rambling Soldier' on Fellside Records. These under my real name of course. Roy Harris.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Matt Woodbury/Mimosa
Date: 06 Dec 00 - 04:33 PM

Thanks, Joe. I finished a CD this past spring, as mentioned in this thread: M'Cat Mimosa's HARP & voice CD is ready!

Mimosa's Web page with pictures of the (in)famous Harp is a link to my web site, and Mimosa's HARP & voice CD is a link to the CD site with a GIF of the cover, list of songs, and a couple of MP3s. I had lots of help from the Mudcat for putting together the folk songs on the CD.

Mimosa


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: CarolC
Date: 07 Dec 00 - 08:37 PM

New Mudcat member Mary Daily. Her CD is called "Beginning". Her CD is a combination of traditional folk songs, and original songs that she wrote and composed herself.

The CD features Mary doing vocals, as well as guitar, lap dulcimer, banjo, and bodhran accompaniment. She is also accompanied by Don Moore on autoharp, Sharon Hall on violin, Alexander Mitchell on fiddle, Larry Shroyer on harmonica, Christopher Youngblood on congas, and Seth Austin on guitar.

Mary doesn't have a computer at home, so she does her Mudcatting at the library. She has no web page, and she can't access her personal messages. If you want information on how to obtain her CD, send me a personal message, and I'll get the necessary information to you.

Carol


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Joe Offer
Date: 11 Dec 00 - 07:52 PM

If you posted information on the Mudcatters on CD thread, please copy it over to here, so we can gather all information into a single thread. What I'm trying to do is have a master set of links at top of this PermaThread (note revisions I just made), and then one message per performer, preferably posted by the performer him/herself. I will copy and paste any additional information into the performer's message, and then delete the subsequent messages. If would be nice if the message could include a brief description of the CD, and maybe names of the songs on the recording.
Thanks.
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 11 Dec 00 - 10:20 PM

This is very kind Joe, Thank you!If anyone is interested in my cd's contact me here at my personal page or at Guy Wolff Pottery 305 litchfield tnpk. New Preston CT.06777 860/868/2858. Please mention the Mudcat and I will send 1/3 to Max. All the best, Guy


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Judy Cook
Date: 12 Dec 00 - 10:13 PM

Thanks Joe!

Yes, I have two CD's. Anyone interested in them (or tour schedules, etc) is invited to visit my website judycook.net. You could also send me a message at my personal page here at mudcat, or order them from FOLK LEGACY!

There are some unusual versions of traditional songs & ballads. I sing them all unaccompanied. George Stephens, Mary LaMarca, Lisa Null, and Dennis Cook sing with me on a couple or three cuts on each CD.

Each CD comes with a booklet with all the lyrics, etc.

Here are the titles and songs on each.

"If You Sing Songs..." released 1998
1) Barbara Ellen (trad. KY)
2) Drowsy Sleeper (trad. NC)
3) Once I Had an Old Grey Mare (trad.)
4) Indeed Pretty Polly (trad. NC)
5) The Captain with his Whiskers (T.H. Bailey)
6) Bed is too Small
7) Jessel Town (trad. VA)
8) The Crying Family (trad. VT)
9) When the Roll is Called Up Yonder (J.M. Black)
10) Sheffield Apprentice (trad. NC)
11) The Lovers' Task (trad. KY)
12) A Mother's Last Words to her Daughter
("By and by, I'm going to see the King")
13) Allison Gross (trad.)
14) The Dun Brown Bride (trad. Scotland)
15) Three Men of Gotham (TL Peacock/tune trad.)
16) Tree in the Woods (trad.)
17) What Are They Doing in Heaven Today? (C.Tindley)

"Far From The Lowlands" released 2000
1) The Weeping Willow Tree (trad. VT)
2) Bowena (trad. WI)
3) Dear Companion (trad. NC)
4) Sweet William (trad. VA)
5) Lazy Robin (trad. Wales)
6) Greencastle Jenny (Cone/Zentz)
7) Peter and I (trad. MI)
8) A Sailor's Life (trad. AR)
9) Daughters of the Revolution (Armstrong)
10) Titanic (trad. GA)
(God moved on the water)
11) Banks of the Little Eau Pleine (Allen)
12) Lord Randal (trad. KY)
13) The Wild, Wild Berry (trad. England)
14) Green & Yellow (trad.)
15) The Ploughboy of the Lowlands (trad. NH)
16) The Prickle Holly Bush (trad. England)
17) The False Young Man (trad. TN)
18) Child Waters (trad. Scotland)
19) Dry Bones (trad. NC)
(I saw the light from Heaven)

Thanks again!
Judy Cook


o yes,

Both of mine are available as tapes ($10) or CDs ($15). I'll pay postage. I can't take credit cards.

Thanks


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Nathan in Texas
Date: 12 Dec 00 - 10:15 PM

Homemade Jam is an instrumental duo with Arlene Anderson on Hammered Dulcimer and myself on Mandolin and Autoharp. We have one CD, "Yesterday's Road." 55 minutes long, Tunes include:
Wayfaring Stranger
Rosin the Beau
Redwing
Southwind
Wildwood Flower/White Cockade
Simple Gifts
Arkansas Traveler
St. Anne's Reel
Midnight on the Water
Girl I Left Behind
Sweet Hour of Prayer
Liberty/Soldier's Joy
Hard Times Come Again No More
Redhaired Boy
Near the Cross
Darling Nellie Gray

Special price for Mudcatters, $12, postpaid, or ask about barter (your CD for mine?) e-mail me for details

Nathan in Texas


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Joe Offer
Date: 02 Mar 01 - 02:11 AM

I found this message in another thread.


Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Clancy of the Overflow
From: Art Thieme - PM
Date: 01-Mar-01 - 10:14 PM

BILL SABLES does a grand version of "Clancy Of The Overflow" on his CD with SAM PIRT called Halfway To Wrexham. Has a perfect tune also.
Art Thieme


How, pray tell, can one get this CD in the US?
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Michael in Swansea
Date: 02 Mar 01 - 04:29 AM

The shanty group I sing with, "Baggyrinkle", have a cassette and CD available. Titles and tracks:

A POUND & A PINT (cassette, live recording) 1996
(Black Mountain Records CBM3092)
Side A
Randy Dandy O
Johnny Come Down To Hilo
Roll The Cotton
Pirate's Serenade
Newcastle (instrumental)
Hob Y Derri Dando
Haul On Yer Halyards
Sam's Gone Away
I'm Gonna Roll Here

Side B
John Brown's Daughter
Ibo Girls/Essequibo River
A Pound & a Pint
Jolly Jack Tar (instrumental)
The Lady Maria
Blackball Line
A Hundred Years Ago
New York Girls
Mingalay Boat Song

OLD SWANSEA TOWN (CD, studio recording) 2000
(Old Rope Recordings ORRCD 01)
A Long Time Ago
Old Moke
Turkish Men O' War
Codi Angor
Sail Away
Roll Down
Shallow Brown
150 Days Out Of Vancouver
Roll Bullies Roll
Her Bright Smile
Old Fid
Rolling Home
Roll Alabama Roll
Time Ashore
Old Swansea Town
Billy Riley
Pleasant & Delightful
Cheer'ly Man
The Arabella
The Last Shanty

Cassette £6, CD £12 or THE BOTH FOR £15 !!!! p&p extra.
PM me

Mike


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Llanfair
Date: 02 Mar 01 - 05:35 AM

There's mine, too!!! We're just waiting for the copies from Mantra.
It's called "Songs from Ashdale", and has "Crazy Man Michael" "Come by the Hill" "Call of the Pit" "Wife of the Soldier" and lots of others.
£5 plus p&p.
We're starting work on the second one soon.
Cheers, Bron.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Bartholomew
Date: 02 Mar 01 - 01:06 PM

Thanks, Joe for the kind offer (sorry, couldn't resist).

I have one CD called "First Takes" currently available at my performances, by contacting me via email (Bart9250@aol.com), or by Personal Message here at the Mudcat. It was recorded in 2000 and consists of original songs performed on acoustic guitar, with harmonica and vocals. The cost is $10.00; purchase of this CD entitles you to a $5.00 discount on my next release, which is in the planning.

For more info about me and the CD, as well as for a list of my performance dates, go to my funky little web page at www.geocities.com\Bartho44.

Thanks again to Joe, Max and everyone here at the Mudcat.

Jim Bartholomew


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Alice
Date: 02 Mar 01 - 02:09 PM

More Mudcatters with CDs can be found here The Wild Bird's Nest and here Mudcat Music II.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Metchosin
Date: 02 Mar 01 - 02:46 PM

Hey Joe don't know if it counts, but I can't see why not, since Max and bert referred to him as a Mudcatter by proxy, but my brother's group "Mandolirium's" CD "Unstrung Heroes" is currently on auction at Mudcat. This is definitely one for those that love the mandolin.

Kat and Áine are currently in a bidding war and its currently going for above retail price but if you check the auction thread you can find out where to buy it also or you can PM me and get one that way.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Liam's Brother
Date: 02 Mar 01 - 02:59 PM

Folk-Legacy's newest CD, "Irish in America" came out this week.

"Irish in America" is subtitled "A Musical Record of the Irish People in the United States 1780 - 1980" and that's what it is - 14 songs about the Irish-American experience from the Revolutionary War onwards. It features many of the finest musicians on the New York City Irish scene including 5 All-Ireland Champions. I sing 9 of the songs; my singing partner, Bob Conroy sings another 5. There are 4 Irish dance tunes (jigs and reels) well played on fiddle, flute and uillean pipes. Two of the musicans are child prodigys and were 15 and 16 when the recording took place.

Sandy Paton started a thread about "Irish in America" here and Big Mick, who has heard it, gives it 2 thumbs up. Mick liked it so much that he must've e-mail the Pope because Sandy took an order from the Vatican a couple of days later.

You can listen to a sound sample at the Folk-Legacy website. If you like Irish music, I really think you should give it a listen because it is quite unique.

Thanks for listening.

All the best,
Dan Milner


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: GUEST,Norton1
Date: 02 Mar 01 - 11:43 PM

I show up as a guest here, I signed up while at work, but I have a CD by myself, Chuck Cairns, and Terry Crisp. It's called "Frios Caballeros." Our first album was a rancid tape called "Men's Underwear 10% Off." No copies of that one for sale, Hell we never have sold a tape. But I have 5 copies of Frios on CD. I also have no clue how to sell them, what they are worth (we give them to friends by request), so here is your chance to own a piece of back porch pickin . If I can figure out how to get it to you. And for Nathan in Texas - Let's swap!


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: bill\sables
Date: 03 Mar 01 - 06:18 AM

I recorded an LP in 1968 with Folk Heritage on their Westwood label "WRS 027" just titled "Bill Sables". I know Rick Fielding and Burl both recorded LPs. both in the days before the CD revolution. How many others?
Bill


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Peg
Date: 03 Mar 01 - 09:36 AM

I recorded a CD with the group Urban Myth several years ago. Mostly traditional, some world music, some originals (including a beautiful song based on W. B. yeats' Song of Wandering Aengus).

The arangement of John Barleycorn is mostly mine (the John Renbourne-y bits were stolen by the artistic director).

You can buy it (or maybe hear MP3s, not sure) at www.urbanmyth.com.

I am no longer with the group; had not been for years before the CD even came out...still there is some good stuff on it and I have several vocal solos. Some unusual instruments too (shawm, recorders, African drums etc,)

peg


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Susan from California
Date: 03 Mar 01 - 09:06 PM

My husband & I have a cd out, it's mostly him , but I co-wrote a song and sing the melody on that one. His cd is called "Would You' and the genre is original Christian songs. Some 'catters like it, and some don't. It is available @ the usual online outlets, I'd bet Folk Legqacy can order it for you. Here's a song list:

1. Saved by Grace 2. Dave's Song 3. Lord, Liar, or Lunatic 4. Jubilee 5. Carry You Away 6. Baptism 7. Wash it All Away 8. St. Somebody's Song 9. Would You? 10. God's Light, Take 2

The music is accoustic guitar, with some harmony. It is very sparse and pared-down. I think the songs are powerful. We auctioned one about 6 months ago, I reckon it's about time to put another one up!


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Subject: Mudcatter CD's - Jean Ritchie
From: Banjer
Date: 04 Mar 01 - 04:58 PM

I was in a book/music store today and had I had the money would have brought home Jean Ritchie's CD of Apalachian Dulcimer music....Don't recall the title of it, but perhaps someone could root it out and Jean could get a couple of plugs here as well. The store is Borders Books and Music
Jean Ritchie's Website is http://www.jeanritchie.com. She has several CD's available.
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: Mudcatter CD's - Oak, Ash, & Thorn
From: Joe Offer
Date: 06 Mar 01 - 03:28 PM

For CD's from Dave Swan's group, Oak, Ash, & Thorn - try looking at http://www.oakashthorn.com/....

Mudcatter Dave Swan is part of this group, which does some terrific a cappella harmonies.

-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Art Thieme
Date: 06 Mar 01 - 05:22 PM

BOB BOLTON has done many recordings of songs of his Australia-----many with bush bands and bush ballads. He has collected a ton of wonderful fiddle and concertina songs that are ALL native to Australia---not imports from elsewhere. (There are lots of imported variations of songs from elsewhere in his rep to but Mr. Bolton is a collector of the highest order.) Now---I only wish I could hear the CDs he painstakingly burned for me from cassettes. Sadly, neither of my 3 CD players will track those. Am I doing something wrong? Say la V.

Art Thieme


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Whiskey
Date: 15 Mar 01 - 07:55 AM

The new Keepers Lock CD is now available. Details from the website: http://keeperslock.webjump.com/

There are some sound clips on the site, from this and previous recordings. Unfortunately we can't put full songs due to the lack of space, but if anyone is interested have a look and a listen.

Damn! I still can't get the hang of these blue clicky things!!!


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Frogmore
Date: 15 Mar 01 - 08:31 AM

In the spirit of shameless self-promotion, I'll mention the 2 CDs I've made: TAIL FEATHERS UP (1994) and TWO TOWN MAN (1997). Each contains songs I've written but includes ONE song by another: "Jasper Jail" ("Bill Malone") on the first. It was written by the late Hamper McBee of Monteagle, Tennessee. He was a moonshiner I knew when I was in college in the 60s. One of the damdest characters I've ever known. TWO TOWN MAN winds up with the fairly obscure Hank Williams song "Just Waitin'". Several musician friends from Florida, the Carolinas, Guatemala, and New York help me out. My address is: PO Box 3205, St. Augustine, Fl. 32085. tel: (904) 829-3303 email: dowlds@aug.com I'm told that one or both of these is reviewed this week in Savannah's CREATIVE LOAFING magazine. -?- I have one regular gig: Tuesdays at 9 pm at STOGIES in St. Augustine. (Also check out my pals THE HOUSECATS there on Thursdays!) Contact me for other dates if you've got nothing better to do. I'd list the song titles if I had the time - maybe another day....Thanks for indulging me. David Dowling


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Subject: Mickey MacConnell
From: Joe Offer
Date: 17 Apr 01 - 02:51 PM

Mickey MacConnell (chordstrangler) (website here) ^^


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: Seamus Kennedy
Date: 17 Apr 01 - 03:13 PM

You can order any of my nine CDs from cdbaby.com (just like Jed Marum's). They were recorded over a period of 25 years! And, I've got a new one coming out about September. Gonna be doing Jed Marum's Sweet Ellen Joyce on it. What a fine song, Jed.
Thanks Joe.

Seamus


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: rube1
Date: 18 Apr 01 - 06:18 AM

The Rubes-Undisputed country folk blues humor

our humble effort at cdbaby. www.cdbaby.com/rubes


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: bill\sables
Date: 18 Apr 01 - 08:18 PM

Due out soon is "Bridging the Gap" by Sam Pirt, Ian Stephenson and Bill Sables.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatter CD's
From: GUEST,maryrrf
Date: 18 Apr 01 - 10:50 PM

I have a self produced CD that I sell at my gigs. It's traditional folk, very simply accompanied by guitar. Here's the track list:

Mary and the Soldier (that's the title of the CD, too) House Carpenter Andrew Lammie Sweet Carnloch Bay P Stands for Paddy Mick Maguire The Bold Grenadier Farewell to Whisky Come All Ye Fair and Tender Maidens The Lark in the Morning The Bonny Boy The Jolly Tinker The Little Beggarman Wraggle Taggle Gypsies Whiskey You're the Devil The Foggy Dew (rebel version)

Price is $12.00 in the US, $15.00 elsewhere including postage. I have some songs in the Cantaria http://www.chivalry.com that would give you an idea of my repertoire (I think you can do a search under "Mary Smith") but the recording quality is not very good - I did it on a Tascam tape recorder. (Cantaria is an educational tool so people can actually hear the songs sung and learn them.) If anyone wants a CD they can pm me or e-mail me at maryrrf@yahoo.com.


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