Waterson:Carthy Fishes & Fine Yellow Sand

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CD Details

  • Released: June 7, 2004
  • Label: Topic Records

Entertainment Reviews:

Mojo (Publisher) - p.93
3 stars out of 5 - "Packed with dark characters and dirty deeds, WC have a real spring in their step."

Tracks:

  • 1.Goodbye Fare You Well
  • 2.The Oxford Girl
  • 3.The Galopede / Walter Bulwer's No.2 / Walter Bulwer's No.1
  • 4.Newry Town
  • 5.Farewell Lovely Nancy
  • 6.Black Muddy River
  • 7.The Quadrille / The Tempest / The Portland Fancy
  • 8.Napoleon's Death
  • 9.Green Broom
  • 10.George Tills' No.2 / George Tills No.1
  • 11.Captain Kidd
  • 12.Twenty One Years on Dartmoor

Product Description:

Waterson:Carthy: Martin Carthy (vocals, guitar, banjo); Eliza Carthy (vocals, fiddle); Tim van Eyken (vocals, melodeon); Norma Waterson (vocals, triangle).
Additional personnel: Ben Ivitsky (viola).
Audio Mixer: Oliver Knight.
Liner Note Authors: Martin Carthy; Norma Waterson.
Recording information: Blackheath Concert Hall.
Photographer: John Haxby.
Arrangers: Ben Ivitsky; Eliza Carthy; Martin Carthy; Norma Waterson; Tim van Eyken.
The participants in Waterson: Carthy -- Norma Waterson, Martin Carthy, Eliza Carthy, and Tim Van Eyken -- are formidable folkies fully capable of holding their own as solo artists, so it's extra special when they pull their talent together for an album like Fishes & Fine Yellow Sand. The group occupies the same musical turf that Waterson and Martin Carthy helped to carve out during the British folk revival in the early '60s, a turf based on traditional songs and acoustic instruments. Even fiddler/vocalist Eliza Carthy, also known for her contemporary songwriting and progressive folk style, buries these tendencies here for lovely renditions of "Newry Town" and "Captain Kidd." Even within a traditional vein, however, the joy of Fishes & Fine Yellow Sand is the variety highlighted by several talented -- and quite different -- vocalists. Waterson's weathered, deep rendering of a worn classic like "The Oxford Girl" gives the song a new sheen. Most revealing, though, is Waterson's lead and the accompanying harmony on Robert Hunter/Jerry Garcia's "Black Muddy River." For those who cry that this isn't a traditional song, it's likely that those unfamiliar with the Grateful Dead will be able to separate it from oldies like "Goodbye Fare You Well." Fishes & Fine Yellow Sand is another fine release from Waterson: Carthy, and will please fans as well as anyone who enjoys good acoustic music. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr.
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  • UPC: 714822054225
  • Shipping Weight: 0.22/lbs (approx)
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