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Ian Campbell Group

The Ian Campbell Folk Group

A few of the Ian Campbell Group's records (as well as some of Ian's solo releases) are detailed below: Any additional information gratefully received (email me).

With thanks to Susanne Kalweit.

 

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Ceilidh At the Crown
Songs of Protest
Crow/Cradle
This Is...
Presenting...
Edinburgh Vol.1
Edinburgh Vol.2
Ian Campbell...
Across the Hills
Sea Songs...
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Folk Songs...
Coaldust Ballads
Contemporary Campbells
Singing Campbells
Folk Songs 2
New Impressions
Best British
Best Scottish
The Circle Game
A Prospect of Scotland
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Ian Campbell and...
Sampler
Scots Sampler
Sun Is Burning
Something to Sing
Wellies
Best Scottish Folk
Scottish Folk Scene
And Another Thing

Crown

Ceilidh At the Crown EP (Topic TOP76, 1962)

Side One: The Mason's Apron/Paddy On the Railroad; The Twa Corbies; Our Ship Is Ready; Buy Broom Besoms
Side Two: The Nutting Girl; The Jolly Beggar; The Boatman; A 100 Years Ago

all songs trad unless otherwise indicated


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Songs of Protest EP (Topic TOP82, 1962)

Side One: Viva La Quince Brigade; We Will Overcome; The Boys of Wexford
Side Two: The Peat Bog Soldiers; Domovina; The Cutty Wren

all songs trad unless otherwise indicated


Crow

Crow2

The Crow and the Cradle Single (Topic STOP102, 1963)

Side One: The Crow and the Cradle (Sidney Carter)
Side Two: The Sun Is Burning (Ian Campbell)

The Sun Is Burning sung by Lorna Campbell with banjo accompanimnet by John Dunkerley


This Is

Presenting

This Is the Ian Campbell Folk Group! (Transatlantic TRA 110, 1963)

Side One: Twa Recruiting Sergeants; Keel Row; The Unquiet Grave; To Hear the Nightingale Sing (Campbell); The Drover's Dream (Campbell); Traditional Medley (instrumental); Rockin' the Cradle (Campbell); The Jute Mill Song (Mary Brooksbank); Johnny Lad
Side Two: Blow Boys Blow; Down in the Coal Mine; Garton Mother's Lullaby (Campbell); The Bells of Rhymney; The Apprentice's Song (Campbell); Rocky Road to Dublin/Drops of Brandy (instrumental); Homeward Bound (Campbell); The Waters of Tyne (Campbell); The Wee Cooper o' Fife (Campbell)

all songs trad unless otherwise indicated

Ian Campbell (vocals), Lorna Campbell (vocals), Dave Swarbrick (fiddle, mandola), John Dunkerley (banjo, guitar) Brian Clark (guitar, autoharp), with Dave Phillips and Brian Brocklehurst

Re-released as Presenting the Ian Campbell Folk Group (Contour 2870 314, 1964)


EFF1

Ian Campbell Folk Group: Edinburgh Folk Festival Vol.1 (Decca LK4546, 1963)
with Ray & Archie Fisher, Ann Briggs, Owen Hand, Lou Killen, Matt McGinn, Hamish Imlach, Nadia Cattouse, Clive Palmer & Robin Williamson, Dolina Maclennan

Side One: Tail Toddle
Side Two: Devil and the Farmer's Wife

all songs trad unless otherwise indicated


EFF2

Ian Campbell Folk Group: Edinburgh Folk Festival Vol.2 (Decca LK4563, 1964)
with Ray & Archie Fisher, Ann Briggs, Owen Hand, Lou Killen, Matt McGinn, Hamish Imlach, Nadia Cattouse, Jill Doyle, Jean Hart, Dolina Maclennan

Side One: Fiddle Tunes
Side Two: Shoals of Herring (MacColl/Clancy)

all songs trad unless otherwise indicated


paddy

The Ian Campbell Folk Group EP (Decca DFE 8592, 1964)

Side One: Paddy On the Railroad (MacColl); True love Don't Weep (Sharpe)
Side Two: The John B Sails (Sandburg/Hays); Drill Ye Tarriers Drill (Trad)

Ian Campbell (vocals), Lorna Campbell (vocals), John Dunkerly (bajo, guitar), Dave Swarbrick (fiddle, mandola), Brian Clark (guitar, autoharp)


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Across the Hills (Transatlantic TRA 118, 1964)

Side One: Across the Hills (Rosselson); Come Kiss Me Love (Campbell); The Blind Man (trad arr Campbell); I Know My Love (McPeake); Derby Ram (Cecil Sharp); Mary Mild (trad); Remember Me (Campbell)
Side Two: The Cockfight (trad arr Campbell); Gypsey Rover (trad arr Campbell); Cho Cho Losa (trad); The Keeper (Sharp); Instrumental Medley (trad); Collier Laddie (trad arr Campbell); We're No Awa To Bide Awa (trad arr Campbell)

Ian Campbell (vocals), Lorna Campbell (vocals), Dave Swarbrick (fiddle, mandola), John Dunkerley (banjo, guitar) Brian Clark (guitar, autoharp)


Shanties

Sea Songs and Shanties: Farewell Nancy (Topic 12T110, 1964)
with Cyril Tawney, Louis Killen, Bob Davenport, Dave Swarbrick

Wild Goose; Lovely Nancy


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