Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Peter Bellamy

"Both Sides Then" 1979





















Produced by Peter Bellamy, much guided by Nic Kinsey, who was also the engineer.
Recorded at Livingston Studios, London.
Front Cover: "The Snuff Taker" by Peter van de Bellman, courtesy of the Victoria Street Gallery, Norwich
Back cover photograph by Valerie Grosvenor Myer
Sleeve layout by Tony Engle
Notes by Peter Bellamy
The CD re-issue notes contain a Peter Bellamy obituary by Martin Carthy

Musicians
Peter Bellamy: vocals, concertina;
Bill Shute: guitar;
Dave Swarbrick: fiddle;
Anthea Bellamy, Lous Killen, Lisa Null, The Watersons, Royston Wood & Heather Wood, vocal harmonies and chorus

Tracks:
01. Barbaree (3:20)
Peter Bellamy: vocals, concertina; Dave Swarbrick: fiddles
02. The Trees They Do Grow High (4:43)
Peter Bellamy: vocals, concertina
03. The Lord Will Provide (2:10)
Peter Bellamy: lead vocals; The Watersons and Anthea Bellamy: chorus
04. The Gallant Frigate Amphitrite (3:48)
Peter Bellamy: vocals; Dave Swarbrick: fiddles
05. A-Roving on a Winter's Night (3:28)
Peter Bellamy: lead vocals, concertina; Lisa Null: vocal harmony; Bill Shute: guitar;
06. Derry Gaol (4:40)
Peter Bellamy: vocals, concertina
07. Long Time Travelling (2:40)
Peter Bellamy: lead vocals; The Watersons and Anthea Bellamy: vocal harmonies
08. The Maid of Australia (3:45)
Peter Bellamy: vocals; Dave Swarbrick: fiddlefrom the Both Sides Then recording sessions, but first released on Flash Company
09. The Shepherd of the Downs (3:40)
Peter Bellamy: lead vocals, concertina; Louis Killen: vocal harmony
10. The House Carpenter (4:42)
Peter Bellamy: vocals, concertina
11. When I Die (2:45)
Peter Bellamy: lead vocals; The Watersons, Peter Bellamy, Royston Wood & Heather Wood: vocal harmonies
12. Edmund in the Lowlands (4:50)
Peter Bellamy: vocals
13. Around Cape Horn (2:30)
Peter Bellamy: vocals, concertina; Dave Swarbrick: fiddle, chorus
14. The Turfman from Ardee (2:55)
Peter Bellamy: vocals, guitar
15. Amazing Grace (4:40)
Peter Bellamy: lead vocals; The Watersons and Anthea Bellamy: vocal harmonies

9 Comments:

Blogger GeoX said...

Thanks; you're a mensch.

14 August, 2007 12:28  
Blogger shadrac blintz said...

I remeber owning this album year ago. Never knew what happened to it.
Thanks for reminding us of Peter Bellamy's great talent.

15 August, 2007 12:20  
Blogger Rod... said...

thanks for this... Gives a nice memory of Pete B and the Young Tradition from way back - plus all the others, Watersons etc

16 August, 2007 21:24  
Anonymous Karel said...

Thanks a lot for this one!

18 August, 2007 15:55  
Blogger Karl Eklund said...

Any chance of getting this reposted?

14 January, 2008 04:28  
Blogger Karl Eklund said...

Any chance of reposting?

14 January, 2008 04:31  
Anonymous ruggi said...

THe link has gone.
PLEASE reup ?!
Would appreciate it !!!!!!!

04 February, 2008 08:32  
Blogger The Irate Pirate said...

this album is great! every track a gem. thanks for introducing me to Bellamy and so many great artists. & Thanks for the repost.

07 February, 2008 11:12  
Blogger bobbysu said...

thank you very much

05 April, 2009 13:23  

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