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A Crowd of Bold Sharemen
Colin Carrigan: Fiddle, Vocal
Fergus O'Byrne: Bodhran, Banjo, Concertina, Vocal
Jim Payne: Guitar, 4-Stop Accordions, Mandolin, Vocal
Gerry Strong: Whistles, Flute, Vocal
Graham Wells: 2-Row Accordion, Bodhran, Vocal

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A brand new Christmas album from Fergus and Jim.

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BATTERY INCLUDED

TICKLE HARBOUR

1998 MIA Award Winner
Album of the Year
Folk/Roots Artist of the Year
Instrumental Album of the Year

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Captains and Ships

 

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Don Bursey, button accordion; Bill Ivany, acoustic guitar, harmony vocals, lead vocal on Drunken Miners; George Ivany, organ and harmony vocal on Drunken Miners; Gerald Ivany, electric bass and harmony vocal on Drunken Miners; Kitty Ivany, harmony vocal on Drunken Miners; Sandy Ivany, lead vocals; Angus Lane, monologist on Christmas of ‘49 and vocal on Solidarity Forever; Harold Skanes, mandolin and vocal on Solidarity Forever; Len Skanes, acoustic guitar and vocal on Solidarity Forever.

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Jim Payne: vocals, guitar, accordion, mandolin, whistle
Christina Smith: fiddle, cello, harmonica, synthesizer, vocals
Fergus O'Byrne: banjo, bodhran, auditorium chair, vocals
Lorne Taylor: bass
Howie Southwood: drums, percussion
Anita Best: vocals
Glenn Downey: vocals

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Jim Payne sings and plays guitar, accordions, mandola, and tenor banjo.
Fergus O’Byrne sings and plays guitar, concertina, 5-string banjo and bodhran.

Dedicated to the memories of Dermot O’Reilly (1943-2007), Alma Payne (1909-2005), Arthur Payne (1936-2006), and Bruce Warr (1928-2006) 

 

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Rufus Guinchard: fiddle>
Jim Payne: guitar, accordion, vocals

Recorded and mixed at Echo Music and Recording, Ltd. St. John's, NF. 1989 - Sept. 1990, by Jim Payne, Wallace Hammond and Tom Ronan. Cover by Marilyn Koop.
Photo by Justin Hall
Produced by Jim Payne

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The title is inspired by a line from "The Man from God Knows Where", a poem about Corkman, Thomas Russell, a United Irishman who went north to organize Presbyterians for the 1798 rebellion viz "We're a civil sort in our wee place so we made the circle wide". The concept captures a family desire to bond growing generations of evermore farflung descendants through sharing and recording their music and singing.

 

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