Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Maddy Prior & The Carnival Band - Ringing The Changes (England 2007) @320

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01. Wake Up! (3:28)
02. Blue Pearl (4:43)
03. Bright Evening Star (3:24)
04. Carol (There Was a Boy) (2:49)
05. Lachrimae Amoris (3:23)
06. The Gift (3:05)
07. Stuff (3:12)
08. Bring Us in Good Ale (3:44)
09. Ring the Bell, Watchman! (2:03)
10. The Changing Face of Christmas (3:11)
11. The Quiet Way Home (3:46)
12. Home (3:44)
13. The Undefeated Sun (3:46)
14. A Latin Latin Christmas (3:15)


Maddy Prior
: vocals
Andy Watts: shaw, C clarinet, Turkish G clarinet, recorder, melodica, vocals
Giles Lewin: violin, recorder, shawm, vocals
Steve Banks: drums, Latin percussion, djembe, violin, guitar, vocals
Jub Davis: double bass, vocals
Steno Vitale: guitar, mandolin, vocals
Terry Jones: vocals [7]

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thousand Thanks CK!!! This one is a terrific album!!! Fantastic music!!! All songs are great, but "Blue Pearl" is my favourite.
I loved this couple of Maddy Prior posts CK! Thank you so much!
Beautiful, beautiful music!
Thanks

Anonymous said...

Marley

Anonymous said...

many thanks great music

V. R. said...

Thanks very much for this.

I just created a blog to post rare neofolk, ritual, experimental and folk music from Portugal. The address is:

http://rituaislusitanos.blogspot.com/

I think it may be of interest to you. Several rarities will be posted

I added your blog to the links section. Hope you don't mind.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing.

CrimsonKing said...

Thanks v.r.
Interesting blog you have there :)
I added your link in my list too.

cheers.

Anonymous said...

Dear Crimsonking.

Very nice blogs: this one and braindamage.

Do you by any chance have the Maddy Prior Carnival band CD with Vaughan Williams songs? Carols, songs and hymns. RVW is My all time favourite English conposer?

Thanks for all the good work!
Jan from the Netherlands

CrimsonKing said...

I will up her last album next week.
:)

CrimsonKing said...

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NEW LINK

Ringing The Changes

Password: folkyourself.blogspot.com
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James A. Naismith said...

Wonderful blog!

Thank you

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