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Shirley Collins - A Favourite Garland album download

Performer:

Shirley Collins

Title:

A Favourite Garland

Genre:

Rock / Country and World

MP3 album size:

1758 mb

Other music formats:

MP4 AU AHX AIFF VOX MIDI MP3

Rating:

4.4 ✱

Style:

Folk Rock, Folk

Country:

UK

Date of release:

1978

Shirley Collins - A Favourite Garland album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Prologue
Voice [Spoken By] – Gary Watson Written-By – William Congreve
A2 A Beginning
Producer – Austin John Marshall
A3 Staines Morris
Arranged By – Hutchings*, Dransfield*, Mattacks*, Kirkpatrick*, Thompson*Drums – Dave MattacksProducer – John WoodVocals, Bass Guitar [Electric Bass Guitar] – Ashley HutchingsVocals, Electric Guitar – Richard ThompsonVocals, Fiddle, Acoustic Guitar – Barry DransfieldVocals, Tambourine – John Kirkpatrick
A4 Lady Margaret And Sweet William
Banjo [Dulcimer Banjo] – Shirley*Producer – Joe Boyd
A5 One Night As I Lay On My Bed
Organ [Flute Organ] – Dolly CollinsProducer – Ashley HutchingsPsaltery [Plucked Psaltery] – Bob Stewart*
A6 The Little Gypsy Girl
Bass Guitar [Electric Bass Guitar] – Ashley HutchingsDrums – Roger Powell Dulcimer [Hammer Dulcimer] – Dave BlandElectric Guitar – Simon NicolMelodeon – Tony Hall Percussion [Sticks] – Dave MattacksProducer – Ashley Hutchings, Sandy Roberton
A7 Plains Of Waterloo
Drums – Terry CoxOrgan [Flute Organ] – Dolly CollinsProducer – Austin John MarshallRebec – Eleanor SloanViol [Bass Viol] – Adam Skeaping
B1 Nottamun Town
Acoustic Guitar – Davey Graham*Arranged By – Graham*Producer – Ray Horricks
B2 God Dog
Harpsichord – Christopher HogwoodOrgan – Dolly CollinsProducer – Austin John MarshallRecorder [Treble Recorder] – David MunrowViolone – Adam SkeapingWritten-By – Williamson*
B3 Just As The Tide Was A'Flowing
Acoustic Guitar – Simon NicolBass Guitar [Electric Bass Guitar] – Ashley HutchingsConcertina – Dave BlandDrums – Roger Powell Electric Guitar – Richard ThompsonHarmony Vocals [Vocal Harmony] – Maddy PriorProducer – Ashley Hutchings
B4a Mistress's Health
Accordion – Ian HolderArranged By – Hutchings*, Holder*, Potter*Backing Band – The Etchingham Steam BandBass Guitar [Acoustic Bass Guitar], Tambourine – Ashley HutchingsMouth Organ – Terry PotterVocals, Performer [Hobby Horse] – Shirley*
B4b Lumps Of Plum Pudding
Accordion – Ian HolderArranged By – Hutchings*, Holder*, Potter*Backing Band – The Etchingham Steam BandBass Guitar [Acoustic Bass Guitar], Tambourine – Ashley HutchingsMouth Organ – Terry PotterVocals, Performer [Hobby Horse] – Shirley*
B4c Sherborne Jig
Accordion – Ian HolderArranged By – Hutchings*, Holder*, Potter*Backing Band – The Etchingham Steam BandBass Guitar [Acoustic Bass Guitar], Tambourine – Ashley HutchingsMouth Organ – Terry PotterVocals, Performer [Hobby Horse] – Shirley*
B4d Spaniards Cry
Accordion – Ian HolderArranged By – Hutchings*, Holder*, Potter*Backing Band – The Etchingham Steam BandBass Guitar [Acoustic Bass Guitar], Tambourine – Ashley HutchingsMouth Organ – Terry PotterVocals, Performer [Hobby Horse] – Shirley*
B5 Over The Hills And Far Away
Banjo [Dulcimer Banjo] – Shirley*Organ [Flute Organ] – Dolly CollinsProducer – Joe BoydWritten-By – Gay*
B6 The Murder Of Maria Marten
Bass Guitar [Electric Bass Guitar] – Ashley HutchingsDrums – Dave MattacksElectric Guitar – Richard Thompson, Simon Nicol, Tim RenwickFiddle – Barry DransfieldHurdy Gurdy – Francis BainesProducer – Ashley HutchingsVocals, Fiddle – Nic Jones
B7 Higher Germanie
Banjo – Shirley*Producer – Austin John Marshall, Bill Leader

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Gama Records Ltd.
  • Mixed At – Sound Techniques, London
  • Mixed At – Abbey Road Studios

Credits

  • Arranged By – S. & D. Collins* (tracks: A2, A5, A7, B5), S. Collins* (tracks: A4, A6, B1, B3 to B4d, B6, B7)
  • Cover, Design Concept – Philip Page
  • Layout, Design – Joe Hosey, Murray Brennan*
  • Mixed By [Remix] – Ashley Hutchings, Jerry Boys, Peter Vince
  • Photography By – Jim Williams , Keith Morris
  • Typography [Lettering] – Carolyn Hall
  • Written-By – Trad.* (tracks: A2, A3, A5 to B1, B3 to B4d, B6, B7)

Notes

Re-mixed at Sound Techniques and EMI, Abbey Road, in 1974 by Ashley Hutchings, Jerry Boys and Peter Vince.
Cover concept by Philip Page
Layout and design by
Photography by Keith Morris
Lettering by Carolyn Hall
A Gama Records, Ltd. Compilation

A2 & B2: From Anthems In Eden, recorded 1969
A3: From Morris On, recorded 1971
A4 & B5: From The Power Of The True Love Knot, recorded 1967
A5: From Adieu To Old England, recorded 1973
A6, B3 & B6: From No Roses, recorded 1971
A7: From Love, Death & The Lady, recorded 1969
B1: From Folk Roots, New Routes, recorded 1964
B7: From The Sweet Primeroses, recorded 1967

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SML 1117, SML-R 1117 Shirley Collins A Favourite Garland ‎(LP, Comp) Deram, Deram SML 1117, SML-R 1117 UK 1974
IMP 1017 Shirley Collins A Favourite Garland ‎(LP, Comp, TP) Import Records IMP 1017 US 1978
IMP 1017 Shirley Collins A Favourite Garland ‎(LP, Comp, Promo) Import Records IMP 1017 US 1978



Shirley Elizabeth Collins MBE (born 5 July 1935) is an English folk singer who was a significant contributor to the English Folk Revival of the 1960s and 1970s. She often performed and recorded with her sister Dolly, whose accompaniment on piano and portative organ created unique settings for her sister's plain, austere singing style. Shirley Collins and her older sister, Dolly, grew up in the Hastings area of East Sussex in a family which kept alive a great love of traditional song.

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Film The Ballad Of Shirley Collins in theaters 11/2, Southern Journey US screenings announced. CommunitySee All. 2,635 people like this. 2,655 people follow this.

Shirley Collins is living history. The 81-year-old artist is best known as one of England’s premier folk singers of the ’60s revival, but her contributions extend far beyond that. Collins is a writer, lecturer, oral historian, and perhaps most importantly: a song collector. Collins was born in Hastings, East Sussex, to a working-class family. She grew up learning folk songs from her grandparents, and moved to London once she came of age to take part in the burgeoning folk scene

Shirley Collins holds a unique place in the pantheon of English folk music – her 1959 song collecting journey in the USA, assisting Alan Lomax, is legendary enough but she also shook up the folk scene with collaborations with Davey Graham and her recordings with her sister Dolly which brought new arrangements to old songs which were sung in an unaffected English voice. She was widely lauded as carrying a distinctive folk purity, acting almost as a vessel for the music, through the late sixties and into the seventies. And then she lost her singing voice. The first half of the concert was an appreciation of Shirley Collins by performers old and young and the second half a full presentation of Lodestar with music, visuals and dance. Introduced as Shirley Collins’ favourite singer, the next guest was that powerhouse of all things squeezable, the man with the voice of seasoned oak, John Kirkpatrick.

After decades of silence following her prominence in the 1960s and ’70s, the traditional British folk singer yields to pleas and records a new album, Lodestar. I couldn’t bear to leave this world without giving it one more go, said Shirley Collins, shown near her home in Lewes, England. Fans of traditional British folk music used to find Shirley Collins’s voice angelic. Now, the word they use is austere, Ms. Collins said with a laugh. It’s not a bad word, but it’s not the voice I used to have in those days when I could just sing by opening my mouth.

Anthems in Eden is a 1969 album by Shirley and Dolly Collins, with the Early Music Consort of London, directed by David Munrow. The album originally consisted of a 28-minute set of folk songs plus seven other individual pieces performed by the same group. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. Catalog : MOVLP1954.

Shirley Collins began the 1970s releasing what is now regarded by many as one of her finest albums. and she ended the decade by losing her singing voice through dysphonia. The B-side of the programme, where it's the turn of the audience to ask the questions, can be heard tomorrow at . 0pm.

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