OTHER LOCAL CDs
"WAIFS AND WENCHES" NEW DOUBLE CD OF LOCAL FEMALE SINGERS
A NEW double CD of local female singers has been issued by Pete Coley, who issued Rogues & Vagabonds. Entitled '"Waifs And Wenches" it features thirty songs performed by nine singers; Wendy Morrow, Kate Fletcher, Marianne McAleer, Nicky Hann, Kaz Hand, Helen Woodall, Patsy, Ruth Sindrey and Anna Barker. The singers are mostly drawn from Bournemouth and surrounding area and provide a fine mix of traditional and self-penned songs.
If you are looking for a CD of traditional and original songs, well sung and well recorded by local female singers, send a cheque for £12 inc p&p UK (made payable to Peter Coley), to "Waifs and Wenches", 8 Albion Road, Fordingbridge, Hampshire SP6 1EL. Or email: email@example.com if you want more information.
"ROGUES & VAGABONDS" LIVE AT THE CUCKOO
A double CD of unaccompanied singers entitled '"Rogues & Vagabonds. Although not a Forest Tracks release, we are happy to pass on this information, particularly because it includes tracks by Helen Woodall (who sang on 'First Tracks' and 'Folk Songs from Hampshire and Dorset') and other singers familiar to Hampshire and Dorset's Folk and Morris scene.
Priced at £10 (+£1.50p&pUK) the double CD features thirty six songs of the kind that are enjoyed in folk clubs and after Morris sessions all across the country. The fifteen singers featured are well used to performing them and the Cuckoo Inn made an ideal venue, as can be heard by the chorus singing.
If you are looking for a CD of folk club and Morris standards well sung and well recorded, send a cheque for £11.50 (made payable to Peter Coley), to "Rogues & Vagabonds", 8 Albion Road, Fordingbridge, Hampshire SP6 1EL
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you want more information.
THE MADDING CROWD Christmas CD "Hark, Shepherds, Hark"
The Madding Crowd researches and performs the church and secular music of the English village bands and choirs in the period 1660 to 1861. The CD features 22 tracks drawn from their Christmas repertoire: Carols sung in authentic choral parts and played on instruments of the period including the appropriately named Serpent.
Further information visit: www.maddingcrowd.org