Mad Martins

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Fair Flowers Among Them All (The 'Mad Martins' Instrumentals) is a collection of all the instrumental backing tracks to the spoken word pieces that appear on the 'Mad Martins' 3xCD/104-page Book set. It also includes the orchestral backing track to the song 'In My Hands'. The CD is housed in a beautiful-looking card wallet, designed by Helen Temperley at Winkin' Bitsy, and is intended to compliment the design of the 'Mad Martins' 3xCD/104-page Book set. Fair Flowers Among Them All (The 'Mad Martins' Instrumentals) is a lovely little collector's item and companion piece to the 'Mad Martins' 3xCD/Book.

 

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1. Bonnie at Morn

2. Felton Lonnen

3. The Fair Flower Of Northumberland

4. Sir John Fenwick's Flower Among Them All

5. Dusty Miller

6. Buy Broom Besoms

7. Merrily Danced The Quaker's Wife

8. The Keel Row

9. Come To The Kye

10. Bobby Shaftoe

11. A.U. Hinny Bird

12. The Waters Of Tyne

13. How Canst Thou Gang Away And Leave Me?

14. Oh Dear, What Can The Matter Be?

15. Love Is The Cause Of My Mourning

16. La Melodie Sans Nom

17. Tweedside

18. Derwentwater's Farewell

19. Soul Cake

20. In God's Hands


Richard Doran - Dulcimer, Bouzouki (tracks 1, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 19)

Glenn Miller - Accordion (tracks 3, 11, 18)

Ann Sessoms - Northumbrian Pipes (tracks 2, 5, 7, 9, 13, 15, 17)

Mick Tyas - Mandolin (tracks 1, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 19)

Gary Miller - Acoustic Guitar (Track 20)

the Albert Ness Ensemble - Orchestration (track 20)


Tracks 1, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 19 - Trad. Arr. Richard Doran & Mick Tyas

Tracks 2, 5, 7, 9, 13, 15, 17 - Trad. Arr. Ann Sessoms

Tracks 3, 11, 18 - Trad. Arr. Glenn Miller

Track 20 - composed by Gary Miller / arr. Iain Petrie

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Produced by Iain Petrie at Awake Music

Compiled by Gary Miller at Gary Miller Songs

Artwork Design & Layout by Helen Temperley at Winkin' Bitsy


This CD is a companion piece to:

‘MAD MARTINS’ - 50-track 3xCD & 104-page Deluxe Book (WPTCDB24)

By Gary Miller with Keith Armstrong, Iain Petrie & Friends