Hark! The Village Wait

Artist: Steeleye Span
Label: RCA
Catalog#: SF 8113
Format: Vinyl
Country: United Kingdom
Released: 1970-06
A1 A Calling-On Song  
A2 The Blacksmith  
A3 Fisherman's Wife  
A4 Blackleg Miner  
A5 Dark-Eyed Sailor  
A6 Copshawholme Fair  
B1 All Things Are Quiet Silent  
B2 The Hills Of Greenmore  
B3 My Johnny Was A Shoemaker  
B4 Lowlands Of Holland  
B5 Twa Corbies  
B6 One Night As I Lay On My Bed  

Banjo [5-string] - Maddy Prior
Bass - Ashley Hutchings
Drums - Dave Mattacks
Drums - Gerry Conway
Electric Guitar - Terry Woods
Electric Guitar - Tim Hart
Engineer - Vic Gamm
Lead Vocals - Gay Woods
Lead Vocals - Maddy Prior
Lead Vocals - Tim Hart
Producer - Sandy Roberton
Vocals, Concertina, Autoharp, Bodhrán, Other [Step Dancing] - Gay Woods
Vocals, Dulcimer [Electric], Fiddle, Banjo [5-string], Harmonium - Tim Hart
Vocals, Electric Guitar, Concertina, Lute [Mandola], Mandolin, Banjo [5-string] - Terry Woods
Vocals, Other [Step Dancing] - Maddy Prior


We'd like to thank Charles Byrne, John Bailey and Frank Bond for their skill in instrument building; Dave Bland for his time and patience; Andy and Jutta Preece for shelter; Tony Shannon for singing in Toner's; David and Sally Smyth - is it your hoopy loopy or your loopy hoopy?; Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger for fitting us in; Cyril Tawney for having a heart and a pen of gold; Patsy Bird for the flag; John and Pauline Napper for the southern comfort and more; The Mad Sweeney for the tree to perch on; Martin Carthy for our name; Geoff Woods, may you come back to the fold; and Johnny Butler for just about everything else. [Sleeve Notes]

US issue on Chrysalis CHR 1120 in 1976

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