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England

Nadia Cattouse

Anthologies


Freedom Road: Songs of Negro Protest
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  • Freedom Road: Songs of Negro Protest
    • 1964 - Fontana L5208 LP

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  • Side One
    1. Now — Cleo Laine
    2. I'm So Glad — The Cast
    3. Go Down Moses — Lucky McKenzie & Chorus
    4. Follow the Drinking Gourd — Nadia Cattouse, George Webb, Madeline Bell, Lucky McKenzie
    5. Oh, Mary — Nadia Cattouse, Louisa Emmanuel, Cleo Laine, Madeline Bell
    6. Auction Block — George Webb & Chorus
    7. Trouble — Cy Grant & Chorus
    8. Bourgeois Blues — Madeline Bell
    9. Jim Crow Train — The Woodpeckers
    10. Strange Fruit — Cleo Laine
  • Side Two
    1. We Shall Overcome — Pearl Prescod & Chorus
    2. Black and White — Nadia Cattouse & Lucky McKenzie
    3. We Shall Not Be Moved — George Webb & Chorus
    4. Blowing in the Wind — Pearl Prescod
    5. Hallelujah, I'm a Travelling — Cy Grant & the Woodpeckers
    6. Little Rock Story (Spoken) — Nadia Cattouse
    7. What Did You Learn in School Today? — Madeline Bell & George Webb
    8. Oh, Freedom — The Cast
    9. Now — Cleo Laine
    10. We Shall Overcome — Entire Cast

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Songs from ABC Television's "Hallelujah"
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  • Songs from ABC Television's "Hallelujah"
    • 1966 - Fontana TL5356 LP

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  • Side One
    1. Jug of Punch — Martin Carthy and chorus
    2. Business Goes on As Usual (Fred Hellerman & Fran Minkoff) — Nadia Cattouse
    3. Young Sailor Cut Down in His Prime — Martin Carthy
    4. Two Brothers — Isla Cameron
    5. Wayfaring Stranger — Martin Carthy
    6. Wife of the Soldier (Bertolt Brecht, Johnny Scott;) — Isla Cameron
    7. Mister Barber, Will You Cut My Hair? (Sydney Carter) — Sydney Carter
    8. Glass of Water (Sydney Carter) — Nadia Cattouse
    9. Teach Me, My God and King — Martin Carthy
    10. Goodman, Schwerner and Chaney (Tom Paxton) — Isla Cameron
    11. Like the Snow (Sydney Carter) — Martin Carthy
    12. A Fine Romance (Jerome Kern, Dorothy Fields) — Nadia Cattouse
    13. My Last Cigarette (Sydney Carter) — Sydney Carter
    14. Cigarettes, Whiskey, and Wild, Wild Women (Tim Spencer) — Martin Carthy, Sydney Carter & chorus
  • Side Two
    1. Shalom — All
    2. I Want to Have a Little Bomb Like You (Sydney Carter)— Nadia Cattouse
    3. Gift to Be Simple — Isla Cameron
    4. Half the World (J. Maitland & Johnny Scott) — Nadia Cattouse
    5. Mixed Up Old Man (Sydney Carter) — Sydney Carter & chorus
    6. Whistle Daughter Whistle — Isla Cameron
    7. John Barleycorn — Martin Carthy
    8. Gallow's Pole (Trad. arr. Nadia Cattouse) — Nadia Cattouse
    9. Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier — Isla Cameron
    10. Rivers of Babylon (Joseph Gelineau) — Martin Carthy
    11. When Were You Really Living (Sydney Carter) — Nadia Cattouse
    12. To My Heart (Sydney Carter) — Sydney Carter
    13. Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream (Ed McCurdy) — All

  • Musicians
    • Isla Cameron, Nadia Cattouse, Sydney Carter: Vocals
    • Martin Carthy: Guitar, Vocals
    • Johnny Scott Trio:
      • Johnny Scott: Flute
      • Arthur Watts: Double Bass
      • Barry Morgan: Drums
  • Credits
    • Musical arrangement by Johnny Scott
    • All songs Traditional, unless otherwise noted.

Notes

"Hallelujah!" was a 1965 Sunday evening TV series devised by Sydney Carter and featuring Carter, Isla Cameron, Nadia Cattouse, the Johnny Scott Trio and Martin Carthy. Each programme took a theme around which various relevant songs would be performed by individual artists or the entire group. This album includes a selection of songs from various programmes.

Sources: Come Sing It Plain… and Mainly Norfolk

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49 Greek Street
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  • 49 Greek Street
    • 1970 - RCA SF8118 LP

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  • Side One
    1. Running Shoes — Al Jones
    2. Untitled Piece — Andy Roberts
    3. Strange Fruit — Tin Angel
    4. Shifting Sands — Synanthesia
    5. Robin Head — Keith Christmas
  • Side Two
    1. Red Road Digger — Robin Scott
    2. Persuasion — Tin Angel
    3. Spread Your Carpet — Nadia Cattouse
    4. Elsie Straws Saga — Mike Hart
    5. It Takes a Train to Cry — Al Jones

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Cry For Vietnam
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  • Cry For Vietnam
    • 1971 - Sound News Productions SNP 185 LP

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  • Side One
    1. Cry for Vietnam — Cao Ngoc Phuong
    2. Cry for Vietnam (David Harding) — David Harding
    3. Across the Hills (Leon Rosselson) — Reflection
    4. 2,000 Years (Malcolm Stewart) — Reflection
    5. Let Me Give Back to Our Motherland (Nhat Hanh ) — Nadia Cattouse
    6. I Was There (P.J. Hoffman) — P.J. Hoffman
    7. Peace Is the Way (P.J. Hoffman) — P.J. Hoffman
    8. When I Needed a Neighbour (Sydney Carter) — New Malden Methodist Junior Choir
    9. Trotting Through Jerusalem (Eric Reid) — New Malden Methodist Junior Choir
    10. The Fiance — Cao Ngoc Phuong
  • Side Two
    1. The Message (Donald Swann & Nhat Hahn) — Donald Swann
    2. The Golden Key (Maria Illo) — Maria Illo & Prue Page
    3. Spring (Brian Webb & Johnny Gregory) — Nadia Cattouse & George Adie
    4. Lullaby — Cao Ngoc Phuong
    5. Appeal — Donald Soper
    6. Lord of the Dance (Sydney Carter) — Sydney Carter
    7. Condemnation — Thich Nhat Hanh
    8. Prayer (Nhat Hanh) — Thich Nhat Hanh

Notes

  • Live Peace Concert, Queen Elizabeth Hall 16th March 1971

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