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Circle Dance: The Hokey Pokey Charity Compilation

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All Music Guide - Stewart Mason
Circle Dance is an 18-track compilation put together by the editorial staff of Hokey Pokey, a quarterly Richard Thompson fanzine, to benefit a variety of charities devoted to poor and disabled children. Given the crowd, it's unsurprising that the cream of the British folk-rock axis centered around Fairport Convention contributes. Beginning and ending with two very different versions of the traditional "Maid in Bedlam" performed by Andrew Cronshaw once on Moldavian flute and once on, of all things, electric zither, the set features exclusive tracks and rarities from a remarkable lineup. Ashley Hutchings' Albion Band, Iain Matthews performing a terrific live take of Richard...
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All Music Guide - Stewart Mason
Circle Dance is an 18-track compilation put together by the editorial staff of Hokey Pokey, a quarterly Richard Thompson fanzine, to benefit a variety of charities devoted to poor and disabled children. Given the crowd, it's unsurprising that the cream of the British folk-rock axis centered around Fairport Convention contributes. Beginning and ending with two very different versions of the traditional "Maid in Bedlam" performed by Andrew Cronshaw once on Moldavian flute and once on, of all things, electric zither, the set features exclusive tracks and rarities from a remarkable lineup. Ashley Hutchings' Albion Band, Iain Matthews performing a terrific live take of Richard Farina's classic "Reno, Nevada", June Tabor playing two traditional tunes set to fiddle accompaniment, and Adams, French, Kaiser and West delivering a wild reinterpretation of Thompson's "The Madness of Love" are all notable, but the real treasures are two simple demos by the late Sandy Denny an exquisite piano and voice rendition of "The King and Queen of England" recorded in 1976 and Linda Thompson an otherwise unavailable collaboration with keyboardist Betsy Cook called "Her Father Was a Sailor". Thompson himself weighs in with the surprisingly jazzy "The May Day Psalter," in collaboration with longtime friend Danny Thompson on double bass.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/5/1993
  • Label: Green Linnet
  • UPC: 048248305426
  • Catalog Number: 3054

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Maid in Bedlam - Andrew Cronshaw (1:40)
  2. 2 Standing in Your Shadow - Christine Collister (4:07)
  3. 3 Coal Not Dole - Swan Arcade (2:48)
  4. 4 Shrink - Julian Dawson (3:54)
  5. 5 Horseshoe Hornpipe/Chasing the Jack - The Albion Band (4:40)
  6. 6 Reno, Nevada - Ian Matthews (4:16)
  7. 7 Who Knows Where the Time Goes? - Fairport Convention (6:36)
  8. 8 The Madness of Love @@French, Kaiser and West Adams (5:24)
  9. 9 Echoes - Stephen Fearing (3:58)
  10. 10 The Purple Pas de Deux - Keith Hancock (3:29)
  11. 11 Will This House Be Blessed? - John Spencer (2:42)
  12. 12 Love Henry/Cherokee Shuffle - June Tabor (4:36)
  13. 13 Her Father Was a Sailor - Linda Thompson (2:47)
  14. 14 For Jan - Danny Thompson (4:53)
  15. 15 The King & Queen of England - Sandy Denny (3:52)
  16. 16 The May Day Psalter - Richard Thompson (4:05)
  17. 17 I'll Fly Away - John Tams (5:29)
  18. 18 Maid in Bedlam - Andrew Cronshaw (1:38)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Julian Dawson Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals, Track Performer
The Albion Band Track Performer
Sandy Denny Piano, Vocals, Track Performer
June Tabor Vocals, Track Performer
Fairport Convention Track Performer
Clive Gregson Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Track Performer
Henry Kaiser Electric Guitar
Richard Thompson Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Andrew Cronshaw Flute, Zither, Track Performer, Electric Zither
Jerry Donahue Guitar
Ashley Hutchings Electric Bass
Simon Nicol Guitar
Dave Pegg Bass
Swan Arcade Track Performer
Geraint Watkins Accordion
Martin Allcock Guitar
Phil Barnes Bass
Phil Beer Fiddle, Guitar
Tim Bircheno Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Jim Boyes Bass (Vocal), Vocals
Dave Brady Vocals
Heather Brady Vocals
Peter Bullock Organ
Simon Care Melodion
Lee Collinson Guitar, Slide Guitar
Christine Collister Vocals, Track Performer
Gerry Conway Drums
Betsy Cook Keyboards
Barry Cooper Piano, Vocals
Trevor Dunford Guitar
Mark Emerson Fiddle
Stephen Fearing Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Stewart Field Bass
Trevor Foster Drums
John French Drums, Vocals
Rosko Gee Bass
Mark Hallman Guitar
Keith Hancock Vocals, Melodion, Track Performer
Martin Hughes Drums
Paul Hughes Bass, Double Bass
Howard Leese Guitar
Dave Mattacks Keyboards
Ian Matthews Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Robin McKidd Fiddle
Craig Negoescu Keyboards
Bernard O'Niell Bass, Double Bass
Pedro Percussion
Julianne Regan Vocals
John Shepherd Keyboards
John Tams Synthesizer, Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Linda Thompson Vocals, Track Performer
Howard Tibble Tambourine
Andy West Bass
Nigel Jardine Drums
John Spencer Guitar, Vocals
Danny Thompson Bass, Double Bass, Track Performer
Howard Lees Guitar
Barry Coope Piano, Vocals
Ric Sanders Violin
Bob Adams Mandolin, Vocals
Michael Gregory Cymbals, finger cymbals
Technical Credits
June Tabor Arranger
Clive Gregson Producer
Henry Kaiser Producer
Andrew Cronshaw Arranger, Contributor
Martin Allcock Contributor
Betsy Cook Composer
Oliver di Cicco Engineer
Stewart Field Engineer
Keith Hancock Producer
David Kenny Engineer
Hugh Murphy Engineer
Ronald Stone Engineer
John Tams Arranger, Producer
Linda Thompson Composer
Mike Trim Engineer
Ethridge Hill Engineer
Ralph Jordan Engineer
Tim Matyear Engineer
Rob Braviner Engineer
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