J S D BAND, THE - England\ Elec Folk Group\ 1972 -- CUBE HIFLY-11 1972 incl "As I roved out" (Makem)
JABBOUR, Alan - USA\ fid\ 1973 -- Head of Lib of Congress: SAYDISC SDM-241 1973 Hollow Rock String Band
JACK THE LAD - England\ Elec Folk Group\ 1975 -- ISLAND FOLK-1001 1975 (boxed) "The Third Millenium"
JACKIE (Macdonald) & BRIDIE (Gallagher) - Liverpool\ Duo\ 1958-80 -- MAJOR MINOR MMLP-23 1968 "Live at Liverpool"/ FTX-308 A-ROVING 1968 #2 "Bold O Donohue" - rec Concert Hall Radio 2: 7/4/80: CASS-0416
JACKSON, Adam - Northumb\ unacc singer\ 1954 - photo by PK 0225 -- rec by PK, Wark 28/6/54: RPL 20608 "The Dosing of the Hogs" & RPL 20609 "Bairnie's Cuddle Doon" & "Lads that were reared among heather" FTX-425
JACKSON, John (1924-2002) - 'Born on February 25, 1924 in the rolling hills of Woodville, VA, in Rappahannock County, John was one of fourteen children. As the son of farmers who were no better off than sharecroppers, he was raised in a family that was poor, but rich in musical heritage. His father, Suttie, left-handed, played a battered guitar upside down and often fashioned musical instruments like a penny whistle which he would play at house parties and other neighbourhood functions. His mother, Hattie, preferred the spiritual side to the secular and favoured the accordion and harmonica. Almost by osmosis, the young John absorbed this musical ambiance and by the age of four, he was already demonstrating his phenomenal talent for mimicry by picking on his father's guitar, and shortly after another that was purchased mail order by an older sister for the then princely sum of $3.95. However, he would still need a tutor to perfect his technique.
He found such a mentor in the person of the enigmatic "Happy," a water boy on a chain gang that was constructing Interstate 29-211 through south Virginia during the height of the Depression. John, who by then had to forego formal schooling in order to help the family survive, befriended the young convict, who, in turn, taught his protégé open tuning and the nuances of the slide. Happy, in fact, lived with the Jackson family for a few years after his release and suddenly and mysteriously disappeared, but not before his pupil had acquired all the requisite skills.
It was a furniture peddler with a wagon who completed young John Jackson's musical education. He prevailed upon his mother to buy a Victrola on the instalment plan and, when he came by monthly to collect the meagre payment, he would sell the family used 78-rpm records at ten cents apiece. Included in this treasure trove were classic blues labels like Paramount and Vocalion with artists like Blind Lemon Jefferson, Mississippi John Hurt, and Blind Boy Fuller. But also there were labels like Bluebird, Brunswick, and Victor with country artists like Vernon Dalhart, Jimmie Rodgers, Uncle Dave Macon, and the Carter Family. Needless to say, John eagerly assimilated all these diverse musical genres, note by note. John recalled that back then a particular favourite of his was Hurt's signature rag, "Candyman."
It was not long before John, himself, was performing locally, earning a few extra dollars at parties and juke joints. But he, by nature a gentle man, eventually soured upon publicly entertaining after witnessing several violent altercations in drinking houses. In the mid-40s, he put the instrument on the shelf, firmly believing that he, as much as the liquor, was to blame for these sometimes savage brawls
About 1960, he acquired, for a paltry sum, a used Gibson "flat top box" acoustic guitar from an acquaintance and played it from time to time to just amuse himself. Although it had been fifteen or so years since he first put the instrument aside, he found that he still retained his touch. Rarely did he entertain visitors to the farm. But on one such occasion, it would have a dramatic impact on his life.
In the early 60's, at the peak of the hootenanny craze that included Sadie Hawkins dances, the Rooftop Singers just had a million selling folk song in " Walk Right In ". Although credited to Eric Darling, a folkie, it was actually an old 1928 Gus Cannon banjo composition when he then was leading the Jug Stompers based in Ripley, TN. John instantly recognized the tune from an old 78 and played it for some school children strolling by. Even though the guitar picking enthralled the students, it made more of an impression on the postman who implored John to teach him to play. John was reluctant at first, but finally relented and agreed to lessons at a local Amoco filling station where the mailman worked part-time. As luck would have it, at one of these infrequent sessions, Charles Perdue, government employee and founder of the then fledgling Folklore Society of Greater Washington and now a professor of folklore at the University of Virginia, chanced by and heard John "woodshedding" in the back. Needless to say, he was astounded, especially with how John ably dispatched the complex " Candyman. "
Chuck, after much coaxing, finally persuaded John to attend some of the concerts of his boyhood heroes, including Hurt, at clubs like the now-defunct Cellar Door and Ontario Place in Georgetown. John, naturally, was sceptical that old-timers not only Hurt but also Skip James and Sleepy John Estes could still be alive. Yet, here they were and a thoroughly mesmerized John returned again and again. At one such show by Mance Lipscomb, who, himself, was uncovered in 1960 in Navasota, TX, by Chris Strachwitz, John was welcomed onstage to play a couple of songs. Again, as if by a miracle, Strachwitz of Arhoolie, looking for new talent for his California-based Arhoolie label was in the audience. This pioneering folk blues producer literally could not believe his ears.
Through the connections of Perdue and Strachwitz, John's career as a singer got off the ground in a hurry in the mid-60s and it has been a whirlwind of concert appearances and tours since then. Wherever he played, his genius was universally acknowledged.
An absolute master of the dauntingly intricate Piedmont style of finger picking RA , John could simultaneously supply a bass pattern (with his thumb), maintain rhythmical accompaniment, and select individual notes to carry the melody - all within a tight harmonic structure It's no wonder then that he was regarded as a national treasure in the folk/blues community.'
One of his last appearances was at the Gloucester Blues Festival in 2001 organised by one of his disciples, Michael Roach now living and playing in Europe, Media students of Gloucester College of Technology were asked to fim him but the tape unfortunately now appears to have been wiped.
The John Jackson Youth Scholarship Fund was initiated by the 2001 Blues Week class to enable young people to attend tuition events organised by the European Blues Association. Since 2002 the constantly replenished fund has enabled young people to attend each year for guitar, harmonica, vocal and keyboard classes and to benefit from spending time with internationally respected tutors who are current performers of the music. -- Blues & Country Dance Tunes - More Blues & Country Dance Tunes - Step It Up And Go
Deep In The Bottom - In Europe (Live) - "Country Blues and Ditties" ARHOOLIE
CD (Released: 01/06/1999) (Michael Roach of EBA has copies)
JACOBS, David - USA\ gtr\ nd -- "Gentle Guitar" (instr) GREENHAYS GR-90719 nd CASS-0816
JAMES, Elmore - (voc/gtr) with bass gtr, piano, bass & drums rec Chicago c1963: prev unissued/ "The Story of the Blues" ed by Paul Oliver: CBS 66218 1970 vol#1B (Sony LEGACY 086334 2003 double CD) "Sunnyland"
JAMES, John - Wales\ Blues Singer & Guitarist\ 1984 -- TRANSATLANTIC "Morning brings light" TRA 219 1970 - "Solo Album" TRA 242 1968 - "Head in the Clouds" TRA 305 1975 - DAMBUSTER DAM 003/6 - In concert: Radio 2: 24/5/82: CASS- 0414 - KAZ RECORDS TBX MC 513 1995/ cass 1381 with Pete BERRYMAN "Easy Street"
JAMES, Skip - USA\ gtr\ nd -- SMITHSONIAN Music from the Festival of American Folklife [nd]
JAMES, Viola - Miss USA\ leading church congregation\ 1959 -- rec by Alan Lomax, Independence Church, Tyro 1959: ROUNDER CD-1703 1997 "Tryin to make Heaven my home"
JAMIESON, Robert "Bobby" - Shetland\ fid\ 1952 -- rec by Pat Shaw, Baltasound, Unst Feb 1952: RPL 18652/ FTX-068: Bobby (fid solo) "Cuckoo's Nest"/ with brother J. JAMIESON (acc) & M. Stickle (mandolin) "I love nae a lassie"/ J (fid) & L (gtr): "Gossabrough Waltz" - Bobby JAMIESON & Willy B. HENDERSON (fiddles) rec Yell Shetland: TANGENT TNGM-117 1973 "Soldier's Joy" & "Devil among the Tailors" - with Willie ROBINSON (fid) "Soldier's Joy" Vic Smith prog on "History of the Fiddle" June 1973: CASS-0437
JANSCH, Bert - England\ Guitar-singer\ 1966 -- TRANSATLANTIC TRA-143 1966 "Jack Orion" - TRA-235 1971 "Rosemary Lane" - ISLAND FOLK-1001 1975 (boxed) "Blackwaterside"(Original on FTX-015) - Gtr instr & Song with banjo: Radio 2: 13/4/88 CASS-90-0848
JARRELL, Tommy - N C, USA\ fid\ 1986 -- with Aly BAIN & others "Down Home" (TV Series) in USA & Canada LISMOR LIF-7011 1986 CASS-0814 "Arkansas Traveller" "Susan Anna" -- The Elixir of Making Music": FF-3303 - "An Appalachian Journey": FF-3305
JAZZBO TOMMY & HIS LOWLANDERS - Tommy Settles (voc/ gazoo) with unknown gtr & piano rec Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA 18/3/37: MELOTONE 7-05-79/ "The Story of the Blues" ed by Paul Oliver: CBS 66232 1970 vol#2 (Sony LEGACY 086334 2003 double CD) "Blaze Face Cow"
JEFFERSON, Blind Lemon - USA\ voc/ gtr/ 1927 -- rec Chicago, Illinois, 14/3/27: (OKEH 8455) "The Story of the Blues" ed by Paul Oliver: CBS 66218 1970 vol#1(Sony LEGACY 086334 2003 double CD) "Black Snake Moan"
JEFFREY, Ernest - Cambridgesh\ unacc singer\ 1956 -- rec by PK, nr Wisbech 23/7/56: 7"RTR-0075-6/ RPL LP 23622 "Brisk Young Maiden" & "All Jolly Fellows" FTX-423
JEFFRIES, Liz - Co Wexford\ unacc singer\ 1976 - bn 1916 Neamstown, nr Kilmore Quy-- rec by Barry & Chris Morgan in their own home in Bristol Sept 1976 -- TOPIC TSCD-653 1998 "Tragic Ballads" "Willie, the bold sailor boy"/ TSCD-656 "Lovers false & true" "Matt Highland"/ TSCD-665 "Courtship" "Rosemary Lane"
JENKINS, Clifford - Cornwall\ Singer\ 1956 -- rec by PK, St Marys, Scilly 21/11/56: "Seaman's Alphabet" (with acc): A-ROVING Radio Prog 1968 #6 FTX-309 - FTX-512 "The Titanic"
JENKINS, Hezekiah - COLUMBIA 14585-D/ B&B 003 "Shout you cats"
JENKINS (Randolph), Jean - Vermont, USA\ Singer (5 str banjo) & ethnic collector\ 1957 - Jean Randolph married socialist, Clive Jenkins. She died 1990 -- London Ceilidhe Club 1957: 7"RTR-0497/ FTX-268 "John Henry"- rec by PK, London 2/4/57: RTR-0500/ American Folk songs: FTX-914 - Ballads: FTX-915 - Her Collections include:- Ethiopia: BARENREITER 2304-5 - Mongolia: TANGENT TGS-126 - Islam: TANGENT TGS-131-5 1976/ RTR-0833
JENKINS EAR - Guernsey, Ch Isl\ Shanty Group\ 1992-4 -- CASS-1280 gift of Sean Laffey (see letter)/ CASS-1301 "Clear the track" with guest John WRIGHT
JEWEL, Freddy - Cornwall\ Singer & harmonica\ 1975 -- rec by PK, "Napoleon Inn" Boscastle: FTX-096
JOCK TAMSON'S BAIRNS - Scotland\ Folk group\1982 -- TOPIC 12-TS-424 1982 Reel: "The Lasses Fashion"
JOHNSON, Ace - Texas\ voc & harmonica\ 1939 -- rec by John Lomax, Clemens State Farm Apr 1939: ROUNDER CD-11661-1821-2 1999 "Rabbit in the garden"
JOHNSON, Betsy - Glasgow\ Tinker Singer\ 1960 (?) -- rec by Hamish Henderson: TANGENT TNGM-119/D 1976 "Tam Lin"
JOHNSON, Leslie - Sussex\ unacc singer\ 1954 -- rec by Bob Copper, Fittleworth 8/11/54: RPL 22762 "Rolling in the dew" & "The Greasy Cook" - FTX-017 "Rolling" - FTX-427 Sussex - TOPIC 12-T-317 1977
JOHNSON, Lonnie - USA\ Voc/ gtr & fid\ 1929 - also see under SPIVEY, Victoria - (possibly) with Texas ALEXANDER rec San Antonio, Texas 27/11/29: (OKEH-8764) "The Story of the Blues" ed by Paul Oliver: CBS 66218 1970 vol#1(Sony LEGACY 086334 2003 double CD) "Broken Yo-yo"/ (voc/gtr) rec San Antonio, Texas 13/3/28: OKEH 8618 "Broken Levee Blues" - NEW FREEDOM 2 cass Mike Seeger 1974 "Memphis Stomp" (fid)
JOHNSON, Merline - YAS YAS GIRL, THE
JOHNSON, Robert - USA\ Blues Singer\ (?) - rec Dallas, Texas USA 20/6/37: VOCALION 04108/ "The Story of the Blues" ed by Paul Oliver: CBS 66218 1970 vol#1 (Sony LEGACY 086334 2003 double CD) - "Travelling Riverside Blues" - Radio 2 Xmas Prog 30/12/87 CASS-0423-4 -
JOHNSON, Willie - Shetland\ gtr\ 1952 - see Tom ANDERSON & Willie HUNTER
JOHNSTON, Annie & Calum - Hebrides\ Gaelic singers\ 1951 - Annie (6/1/91-4/12/72) Calum (10/2/86-6/3/63) - both contributed songs to Marjorie Kennedy-Fraser, most of them are in vols. 2 and 3. Other books containing their songs are Colm McLochlainn's Deoch-Slainte Nan Gillean (1948)/ John Lorne Campbell's Gaelic Folk Songs From The Isle Of Barra (1950)/ Francis Collinson's Hebridean Folksongs (1960) - BEALOIDEAS (vols 1,4 & 6) contains animal anecdotes, bird songs, riddles and two stories - TOCHER (School of Scottish Studies) #13 (1974 - the whole of this issue) Talking about her own mother was only a description of Annie herself - "She was a hard-working woman - never idle at all - she worked on the croft - milked the cows and attended them in everything - and in the evenings she carded and spun and made cloth - Of course working - that kind of work - they treated as recreation - they took a pleasure in it - especially the work of the cloth - carding and spinning and all that - they had a pride in it - the greatest pleasure anybody can get - is to see the completion of the work - a beautiful piece of cloth or tweed - after it had been made - well that was their reward for the labour they put into it - "All the cloth the men wore was made by the women - by their wives and mothers - and even the fishermen - they always had to get blue cloth - it was so thick that they never wore an overcoat with it - as no rain would go through it - it was waulked for a whole night - you know - when cloth is made to be shrunk - what they call waulking - for ordinary blankets and the like - an hour or so's waulking would be sufficient - but for fishermen's blue cloth it was a whole night - with songs going all the time they were shrinking it" - more songs in TOCHER #34 (1980) -- Calum JOHNSTON of, Castlebay, Barra rec by Alan Lomax, Edinburgh 14/6/51: COLUMBIA SL-207 1952/ ROUNDER CD-1743 1998 - RTR#0713-7 - RPL 21407 & 21536-7 Annie (not in Lib) - rec Seamus Ennis 1955: RPL LP 23995 "There's an Irishman beside me" "I can wash a sailor's shirt" "Horo mo bhobag an dram" & "Ruighleadh Cailleach ri Caillich" (see TANGENT) - FTX-001 Calum - FTX-191 Scots Gaelic Calum & Annie - Radio prog "The Gaelic West" FTX-275 - FTX-301 mouth music & bird sounds - FTX-463 Stories in Gaelic & Engl - EMBER FA-2055 1968 Calum: "Song of the Thrush"- "Songs, Stories & Piping from Barra" TANGENT TGMC-504 CASS-1157 (separate booklet) - TNGM-110 Calum: Mouth music - TNGM-111 Calum pipe reels/ waulking song with ch
JOHNSTON, Jimmy - Shetland\ fid\ 1973 -- rec Unst: TANGENT TNGM-117 1973 "Auchdon House" "Grand March" (to open a Wedding Dance)
JOHNSTONS, THE - Ireland\ Folk Group\ 1968 - Adrienne & Lucy Johnson (vocals)/ Mick MOLONEY (banjo/mand)/ Paul BRADY (gtr/fid/mand)/ Darrell RUNSWICK (bass) -- TRANSATLANTIC TRA-169 1968 - TRA-185 1968 The Barleycorn - SAM-11 1969 2s 1 Gaelic
JOLSON, Al -- Jolson Medley: Rita WILLIAMS SINGERS with Orchestra: SOCIETY SOC-1023
JONES, Benjamin Thomas - Cardigansh\ unacc singer\ 1954 -- rec by Seamus Ennis, Cardigan 26/11/54: RPL 22830 "Hoff Cilgerran"
JONES, Bessie - Ga USA\ Negro Singer\ 1959 -- with Georgia Sea Island Singers rec by Alan Lomax 1959: RPL LP 26150 (3 songs)/ ATLANTIC SD-1350 1960 (S) - with Ed YOUNG (can fife), Hobart SMITH (gtr) & Georgia Sea Island Singers (voc & handclapping) rec by Alan Lomax, St Simon's Island, April 1960 "O Day" & "Just Suits Me"/ with John & Peter DAVIS, Henry MORRISON, Willis PROCTOR rec Frederica Apr 1960 "Sink em low"/ with John DAVIS, Nat Rahmings (drums), Hobart SMITH (ten banjo), Ed YOUNG (cane fife) & group rec by AL Williamsburg, Va Apr 1960 "Beulah Land": ROUNDER CD-1701 1997
JONES, Dora Herbert - Wales\ Singer in Welsh\ 1953 -- RPL 19429 rec 1953 accomp Mansel Thomas (piano) (not in Lib) -RPL LP 26592-3 Talk about her life & Welsh music rec Bangor 1961
JONES, Geof - Devon\ harmonica (Blues)\ 1975 -- rec by PK, Dartington Ciderhouse, 1/7/75: CASS-0332
JONES, "Grandpa" - Tenn USA\ voc//banjo\ nd -- SMITHSONIAN Music from the Festival of American Folklife nd
JONES, Joe - Kent\ gypsy singer\ 1973 -- rec by Mike Yates in caravan, Star Lane, Orpington c1973: TOPIC 12-T-253 1975 "Farmer of Chester" (Highwayman Outwitted) & "The King & the Keeper" - TOPIC 12-TS-395/ TSCD-664 1998 "Dances & Ditties" "Yonder comes the devil"
JONES, "Little Hat" - (voc/gtr) rec San Antonio, Texas USA 21/6/29: OKEH 8735/ "The Story of the Blues" ed by Paul Oliver: CBS 66232 1970 vol#2A (Sony LEGACY 086334 2003 double CD) "Harry Blues"
JONES, Maggie - (voc) with Louis Armstrong (cornet) & Fletcher Henderson (piano) rec NY 17/12/24: COLUMBIA 14055/ "The Story of the Blues" ed by Paul Oliver: CBS 66232 1970 vol#2 (Sony LEGACY 086334 2003 double CD) "Good Time Flat Blues"
JONES, Mair - Wales\ harp\1947 -- rec 8/10/47 National Eistreddfod: RPL 13202
JONES, Mr - Oxfordsh\ harmonica\ 1946 -- rec Burford 28/5/46 RPL 9826 (78rpm)
JONES, Nic - England\ Singer (gtr fid)\ 1970 -- CELTIC MUSIC CM-029 1971 accompanying Barbara DICKSON (fid/gtr) - FOLKSOUND FS-100 1974 "The Bonny Banks of Fordie" "Warlike Lads of Russia" (Harkness Broadside, Preston) - LEADER LER-2019 1970 "Reynard the Fox" - LER- 2023 1972 accomp Derek & Dorothy ELLIOTT (fid) - LER-2027 1971 solo album with gtr - LER-2063 1973 with Jon RAVEN & Tony ROSE - TOPIC 12-TS-411 1980 "Penguin Eggs" with Dave BURLAND, Tony HALL & Bridget DANBY
JONES, Peter - Herefordsh\ unacc singer\ 1952 - Photo 0013 -- rec by Maud Karpeles & Pat Shuldham-Shaw, Bromsash, nr Ross 18/8/52: RPL 18619-20 "Seventeen come Sunday" "Holly & Ivy" "The Country Gorby" (part spoken/sung) & 2 others - FTX-123 "Holly & Ivy" with extracts of STEEL EYE SPAN - FTX-504 Carol: "The Holly & the Ivy"
JONES, Rebecca King - N.C., USA\ Unacc singer\ 1940 - bn 1866 (see WARNER 1984) over 70, in a calico dress, apron, boots and sun-bonnet, lived alone in a little cabin in the woods at Crab Tree Creek, between Durham and Raleigh -- rec by Frank & Anne Warner, Crab Tree Creek (between Durham & Raleigh): FTX-926 - BARBARA ALLEN [#187] 2 Versions - AWAKE, AWAKE, YOU DROWSY SLEEPER [#188] - THE CHIMBLEY SWEEPER [#189] - Lullaby: ROCKA BYE BABY [#190] 3v - GOING DOWN TO WELDON 3v - THE WICKED OLD DONKEY THAT LIVED BY THE MILL 2v & Ch - THE DRUNKARD'S DREAM - CAPTAIN, CAPTAIN (SWEET WILLIAM) 2v - O JOHNNY, DEAR JOHNNY (THE CRUEL WARS ARE RAGING) 2v - THE BRAVE OLD SOLDIER - IN A COTTAGE BY THE SEA 1v - LORD THOMAS AND FAIR ELLEN 2v - I DREAMED THAT MY TRUELOVE WAS DYING (GOLDEN LOCKS) - THE ROSEWOOD CASKET / Talk With Frank Warner About Her Family, Work & Courting Days: Rebecca King Jones, Crab Tree Creek, Durham (1940) APPLESEED APR-CD-1035 2000: "The House Carpenter" (2v)/ Chimbley Sweeper"/ "Barbara Allen"
JONES. Wizz - London\ Blues singer/ gtr\ 1964 -- with Pete STANLEY rec London 9/4/64: .5"RTR-0409
JORDAN, Fred - Shropshire\ unacc singer\ 1952 - born October 16th 1922 at Ludlow, Shropshire, and died 31/7/02 aged 79. When recorded by Peter Kennedy he was working on a farm at Diddlebury and described how he came to learn his songs - "By being fond of country life - the old way - and by always listening and talking to the old labourers - in learning different jobs that are essential to a farm labourer - although always pally with the young lads, it is natural to ask the old ones for advice - and by hearing my mother always singing the old songs". When first recorded in 1952, Fred was only 30 years old and was therefore one of the youngest singers recorded by PK in the fifties. However his style of singing so closely follows that of older singers, that listeners were always surprised to learn, after hearing him, that he was only a young man. Recommended by Peter Kennedy as the first traditional performer to take part in local festivals to Kenneth Clark, Midlands Area Folk Organiser, he soon became a familiar and very popular figure at both clubs and festivals. At first he appeared in best bib and tucker, dark suit and stiff collar and tie, but later he adopted a more successful straw-in-the-hair, mud-on-the-boots stage presence - photo 0014 by PK -- rec by PK, Diddlebury, nr Ludlow 30/10/52: RPL 18696 "Six Pretty Maids" (Outlandish Knight) "Jolly Wagoner" & "Where are you going to, my pretty maid?" - RPL 18697 "All jolly fellows that follow the plough" "Turmut Hoeing" "Barbara Allen" & talk about himself - RPL 18698 "Dark eyed sailor" - RTR-0882 "The Trees" - FTX-021 "Jolly Waggoner" - FTX-023 "Turnip Hoer" - FTX-130 "Shropshire Lad" solo album - FTX-136 Vocal study tape - FTX-501 incl 3 ballads rec by PK, EFDSS Folk Federation Festival Concert London 1962/ 7"RTR-4078-9 - rec by Bill Leader & Mike Yates at Bay Malton Hotel, Altringham, Cheshire 1966 TOPIC 12-T-150 1966 "Shropshire Farmworker" solo album - rec by Tony Foxworthy at Aston Munslow 12-TS-233 1974 "When the frost is on the pumpkin" - TOPIC TSCD 600 "Hidden English" "Outlandish Knight"- TSCD-652 1998 (from TOPIC 12-T-150 ) "Sea" "Dark-eyed Sailor" - TSCD 653 "Tragic Ballads "The Bonny Boy" ("Young and growing") - from 12-T-150/ TSCD-655 "Rural" "We're all jolly fellows as follows the plough" - TSCD-657 "Fun & frolics" "Down the road" - TSCD-663 "Drink" "John Barleycorn" & "Jones' Ale" - TSCD-670 "Farmwork" "We Shepherds are the best of men" - (VWML-Cassette-006 "In Course of Time")
JOSE, Charlie - Cornwall\ unacc singer & recit\ 1975 -- rec by PK & Mick West: "Napoleon Inn" Boscastle: FTX-096 - Songs: "Morty Unlucky Old Chap/ For Years & Years/ Old Grey Duck/ Sarah Sykes/ Dick Turpin's ride to York/ Buttercup Joe"/ Recit: "The Wedding that wasn't"/ Recit: "The Dog's Meeting"/ Song: "The White Rose"- FTX-512 "Pleasant and Delightful" (with chorus)
JOYCE, Mary - Co Galway\ Singer (age 16)\ - -- rec by Brian George, Carraroe 1947: (RPL 12466): COLUMBIA SL-204 1952/ ROUNDER CD-1742 1998 "A Chonnla, A Chroidhe" (O Conla, my heart)
JUMPLEADS - England\ Elec Folk Group\ 1983 - incl Dave TOWNSEND -- ROGUE FMSS-103 1983 45-EP "False Knight" & "Poor Old Horse"