He is a working-class Lowland Scot from Edinburgh coming from typical Irish/Highland Scot descent. Brought up with the customary Scottish socialist vision he has always been of the Left in his politics. Quite typical of his generation. I think the quality of his singing and his guitar-playing unmatched in these islands. And he can write a song.
Dick Gaughan has a Website at http://www.dickalba.demon.co.uk/ where he has a partially complete Discography with his own personal notes about the recording details of the albums. A visit to the site is a necessary pilgrimage for fans.
Greatness. He has that stamp about him now. It comes from his inner confidence as an artist as he ages into maturity. There is a tremendous authority in his singing and guitar-playing. His only weakness is that in his search for new songs he tends to be drawn to weaker political material. But then he is a Scots-Irish troublemaker at heart. Like most people from the Scottish Central Belt.
The standout song of the evening was a capella rendition of `Bogie's Bonnie Belle'. I had always thought that this was a Davie Stewart song but Dick didn't seem to think so. The mix of songs was mainly classical contemporary (eg `Banks of Sicily', `Schooldays Over' etc) with the occasional classic traditional folk song thrown in. The very modern work, apart from `Both Sides of the Tweed', `Song for Ireland', `The Diggers Song' and perhaps a couple of others seemed weaker.
The voice and guitar were absolutely magnificent. This is the best I have ever heard from him. The one song I would like to have heard was `MacCrimmon's Lament' but I wasn't to be so lucky. I can't wait for the next time he comes to Bath.
If anybody has anything to add I am Douglas Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org).
1971 Matt McGinn/Take me back to the Jungle RCA INTS 1240 Dick Gaughan plays guitar and mandolin throughout. Take me back to the jungle With fire and with sword Tony Capaldi Cead Mile Failte (a hundred thousand welcomes) The Little Carpenter The Wurram and the Sparra Hi Jack Life is a fountain Have a banana The man they could not hang Tell me what the tea leaves tell me On the beach at Portobello Richard Geiger drew the cover although he is uncredited on the sleeve.
1972 Dick Gaughan/No More Forever Trailer LER 2072 with Aly Bain, fiddle Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. Rattlin' roarin' Willie; The friar's britches MacCrimmon's lament; Mistress Jamieson's favourite Jock o' Hazeldean Cam ye ower frae France The bonnie banks o' Fordie The thatchers o' Glenrae The fair flower of Northumberland The teatotaller; Da tushker The three healths The John MacLean march The green linnet [Out on CD]
1973 The Boys of the Lough/The Boys of the Lough Trailer LER 2086/ Shanachie 79002 Dick Gaughan; Cathal McConnell; Robin Morton; Aly Bain Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. The Boys of the Lough; Slanty Gart In praise of John Magee Wedding march from Unst; The bride's a bonny thing; Sleep sound i' da moarnin' Farewell to whisky OLd Joe's jig; Last night's joy; The granny in the corner The old oak tree Caoineadh Eoghain Rua; The nine points of roguery Docherty's reel; Flowing tide Andrew Lammie Sheebeg and Sheemore; The boy in the gap; McMahon's reel Jackson and Jane The shaalds of Foulla; Garster's dream; The brig I think Dick dropped out of `The Boys of the Lough' because of the travelling. But his `Andrew Lammie' is a fine memento.
1976 Various/The Second Folk Review Record Folksound FS 107 David Lashbrook reports that Dick contributed two tracks to this album to raise funds for the magazine `Folk Review'. Recorded by Bill Leader at Leader Sound Studios, February 1976. Produced by Fred Woods. Arthur McBride The Rashy Moor
1976 Five Hand Reel/Five Hand Reel Rubber RUB 019 Re-released in 1977 as RCA PL 25065 Re-released in 1987 as Black Crow Records CRO 211 Bobby Eaglesham; Dick Gaughan; Tom Hickland; Barry Lyons; Dave Tulloch Recorded at Impulse Studios, Newcastle upon Tyne. Engineered by Micky Sweeney. Produced by Geoff Heslop. Both sides of the Forth Death of Argyll Kempy's hat The knight and the shepherd's daughter Sliave Gallion Braes Wee wee German lairdie The maid of Listowel When a man's in love Frankie's dog
1977 Dick Gaughan/Coppers and Brass Topic 12 TS 315 Scots and Irish Dance Music on guitar with Tom Hickland, piano Recorded and produced by Tony Engle in London. Jigs: Coppers and Brass; The Gander in the Pratie Hole Reels: O'Keefe's; The Foxhunter's Hornpipes: The Flowing Tide; The Fairies' Hornpipe Reels: The Oak Tree; The Music in the Glen Planxty: Planxty Johnson Slip Jig: Gurly's Frolics Reels: The Spey in Spate; The Hurricane 6/8 Marches: Alan MacPherson of Mosspark; The Jig of Slurs Reels: The Thrush in the Storm; The Flogging Reel 12/8 Jig and Reels: Ask My Father; Lads of Laoise; The Connaught Heifers Reels: The Bird in the Bush; The Boy in the Gap; MacMahon's Reel Jigs: Strike the Gay Harp; Shores of Lough Gowna Shetland Reels: Jack Broke the Prison Door; Donald Blue; Wha'll Dance wi' Wattie [Out on CD/in US on Green Linnet GLCD 3064]
1977 Dick Gaughan/Kist O'Gold Trailer LER 2103 Recorded and produced by Bill Leader. The Earl of Errol The Granemore hare Rigs o' Rye The gipsy laddies Lord Randal Maggie Lauder; Cathaoir an Iarla (The earl's chair) Banks of green willow 51st Highland Division's Farewell to Sicily The City of Savannah; Ril gan ainm Raglan Road Johnny Miner The ballad of accounting
1977 Five Hand Reel/For A' That RCA PL 25066 Re-released in 1987 as Black Crow Records CRO 212 Bobby Eaglesham; Dick Gaughan; Tom Hickland; Barry Lyons; Dave Tulloch Recorded at Impulse Studios, Wallsend. Engineered by Mickey Sweeney. Produced by Geoff Heslop. Mixed at CBS Studios. Bratach Bana Pinch Of Snuff A Man's A Man For A' That Haugh's O' Cromdale Ae Fond Kiss P Stands For Paddy; Paddy Fahey's Reel The Cruel Brother Carrickfergus Lochanside; The Jig Of Slurs; Linda Brechin's; The Marquis Of Tullybardine
1978 Dick Gaughan; Dave Burland; Tony Capstick/Songs of Ewan MacColl Rubber Records RUB027 Produced by Geoff Heslop Engineered by Mickey Sweeney Recorded at Impulse Studios Ballad Of Accounting (Capstick) Moving-On Song (Burland) Jamie Foyers (Gaughan) Freeborn Man (Capstick) The Manchester Rambler (Burland) Schooldays End (Gaughan) Thirty-Foot Trailer (Gaughan) The Big Hewer (Capstick) The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (Burland) Sweet Thames Flow Softly (Burland) Shoals Of Herring (all) [Out on CD on Black Crow Records CROCD 215]
1978 Dick Gaughan/Gaughan Topic 12 TS 384 Barry Lyons plays bass guitar on `Crooked Jack'. Recorded at Riverside Studios. Produced by Tony Engle. Bonnie Jeannie o'Bethelnie Bonnie Lass Amang the Heather Crooked Jack The Recruited Collier The Pound a Week Rise My Donald Willie o' Winsbury Such a Parcel o'Rogues in a Nation Gillie Mhor [When this was put out on CD additional tracks were added: 6/8 Marches: Alan MacPherson of Mosspark; The Jig of Slurs 12/8 Jig and Reels: Ask My Father; Lads of Laoise; The Connaught Heifers Jigs: Strike the Gay Harp; Shores of Lough Gowna Shetland Reels: Jack Broke the Prison Door; Donald Blue; Wha'll Dance wi' Wattie from `Coppers and Brass' Bonnie Woodha' The Auchengeich Disaster from `The Bonnie Pit Laddie', on Topic in April 1975, which David Lashbrook reports was a double album by the High Level Ranters, an anthology of mining songs from the North East of England with two tracks each from guests Dick Gaughan and Harry Boardman with songs from Scotland and Lancashire respectively. It was recorded, in Newcastle, and produced by Tony Engle. It is (2-12TS271/2). Dick sings `Bonnie Woodha'' unaccompanied and on `The Auchengeich Disaster' is accompanied by Alistair Anderson on concertina. Sally Greenberg reports that these two tracks are available on `The Iron Muse --- A Panorama of Industrial Folk Music' (Topic TSCD465), out on CD in 1993. Alistair Banfield reports that `Bonnie Jeannie o'Bethelnie' was included on the Topic compilation `The Good Old Way' of 1980 (Topic 12TPS 412).]
1978 Five Hand Reel/Earl O' Moray RCA PL 25150 Bobby Eaglesham; Dick Gaughan; Tom Hickland; Barry Lyons; Dave Tulloch Recorded at Rockfield Studios. Engineered by Mike Pela. Produced by Simon Nicol. Mixed at CBS Studios. My Love is like a Red Red Rose Sherrifmuir The Child on the Road The Bonnie Earl o' Moray The Trooper and the Maid The Beef-can close Jackson and Jane Freedom Come-All-Ye [Dick's daughter was taken very ill and he dropped out of `Five Hand Reel', being replaced by Sam Bracken. `Five Hand Reel' recorded one more album, `A Bunch of Fives' (Topic 12 TS 406) in 1979 before disbanding. Andreas Witt reports that a compilation album of Five Hand Reel was released in 1980 1980 Five Hand Reel/Nothing but the Best RCA PL 25267 The Bonny Earl O'Moray Bratach Bana P Stands for Paddy Both Sides of the Forth Carrickfergus My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose Freedom Come All-Ye The Knight And The Shepherd's Daughter Sheriff Muir Frankie's Dog I don't know if this was ever released in the UK. Andreas Witt found 6 or 7 copies in a Düsseldorf record shop and bought them all. He kept only one copy for himself.]
1981 Various/Folk Friends 2 FolkFreak Tom Loock writes from Madison, Wisconsin: An album missed was "Folk Friends 2", which is a session album by Dick, Alex Campbell, Andy Irvine, Wizz Jones and many others. It includes among its 21 songs: * The World Turned Upside Down (Rosselson) - Dick, vocal and guitar * The Father's Song (Ewan MacColl) - Dick, vocal and guitar * Thousands Are Sailing To Amerikay (Trad.) - Dick, guitar + Andy Irvine, vocal and bouzouki * Siege Of A Nation (Mikis Theodorakis) - Dick, guitar with Finbar Furey, flute and tin whistle / Davey Arthur, guitar and mandolin / John Faulkner, fiddle / Joerg Suckow, cello / Lydie Auvray, accordion * Lassie Lie Near Me (Trad.) - Dick, vocal and guitar * The John MacLean March - Dick, guitar with Alex Campbell, vocal / Finbar Furey, whistle / John Faulkner, fiddle * The Waterford Waltz - Dick, guitar with Dolores Keane, concert flute / Finbar, bagpipes / Andy Irvine, bouzouki / John Faulkner, fiddle The album was recorded on October 16-28 1980, engineered by Gunter Pauler, at the Windmill of Hannes Wader, a German folksinger, and produced by Carsten Linde, who also issued it on his FolkFreak label; he later re-issued the CD on his Wundertüte label and it is still available. The vinyl double-album was issued in 1981, and the CD re-issued in 1990. [Out on CD on the Wintertüte label CD TUET 72.150]
1981 Dick Gaughan/Handful of Earth Topic 12 TS 419 with Brian McNeill, Phil Cunningham and Stewart Isbister. Recorded by Robin Morton at Temple Studios. Produced by Dick Gaughan. Erin-go-bragh Now Westlin Winds Craigie Hill World turned upside down The snows they melt the soonest Lough Erne; First kiss at parting Scojun waltz; Randers hopsa Song for Ireland Worker's Song Both sides the Tweed [Out on CD/in US as Green Linnet GLCD 3062]
Hans Peters of Music & Words in Holland has released Handful of Earth in 180grs vinyl on the 6 Spices label with catalogue number 6S 229002. The LP is available from www.6spices.com.
1982 Bobby Eagleshan/Weather the Storm Fellside FE033/c Craig Cockburn reports that Dick Gaughan plays on two tracks of this album, which was re-released in 1995.
1982 Dick Gaughan; Andy Irvine/Parallel Lines Folk Freak FF 4007 with Martin Buschmann, Nollaigh Ni Cathasaigh, Judith Jaenicke, Bob Lenox. Recorded in August 1981 at Tonstudio St. Blasien. Engineered by Gunter Pauler. Produced by Dick Gaughan, Andy Irvine and Carsten Linde. The Creggan white hare The Lads o' the Fair; Leith Docks At Twenty-one My Back Pages; Afterthoughts The Dodgers Song Captain Thunderbolt Captain Colston Floo'ers o' the Forest [Out on CD/in US as Green Linnet SIF 3201]
1983 Dick Gaughan/A Different Kind of Love Song Celtic Music CM 017 with Dave Pegg, Dave Tulloch, Will Lindfors, Bob Lenox, Judy Sweeney, Alan Tall. Recorded in June 1983 at Tonstudio St. Blasien, Northeim, West Germany. Engineered by Gunter Pauler. Produced by Dick Gaughan and Carsten Linde. `Revolution' recorded by Robin Morton at Temple Sound Studio. Produced by Dick Gaughan. The album cover is by Gertrude Degenhardt. A Different Kind of Love Song Revolution Prisoner 562 Song of Choice The Father's Song Think again As I walked on the road Stand up for Judas By the people Games people play [Out on CD as Celtic Music CM CD 017/ Folk Freak FF CD 404013] Alistair Banfield reports that in 1984 a 7" single (CMS 300) was released by Celtic Music containing Dick singing 'Games people play' coupled with 'A Different Kind of Love Song'. [In 1987 an alternate version of the album `A Different Kind of Lovesong' was released in the DDR. This also included tracks from 'Handful of Earth', Andreas Witt reports. 1987 Dick Gaughan/A Different Kind of Lovesong Amiga 8 56 236 DDR A Different Kind of Love Song Erin-Go-Bragh Now Westlin Winds The Snows They Melt The Soonest The Father's Song Think Again As I Walked On The Road Stand Up For Judas Song For Ireland Both Sides The Tweed]
1983 Various/Songs for Peace Rounder Records 4015/Folk Freak Produced by Carsten Linde and Martin Jeremias Dick sings a studio version of `Your daughters and your sons'
1984 Various/Out of the Darkness --- Fire on the Mountain 4001 Recorded at Bay Records, Almeda, California Dick performs a cover of Jim Brown's song `As I walked on the road'. It must have been recorded in 1983 says Sally Greenberg.
1985 Dick Gaughan; Ken Hyder/Fanfare for Tomorrow Impetus IMP 18506 Recorded at Cold Storage Studio, Brixton on 22/23 March 1985. Engineered by Tim Hodgkinson. Produced by Dick Gaughan, Ken Hyder and Tim Hodgkinson. Sharpeville '85 Liberation Fanfare for tomorrow Political Prisoners Salute to Pitheid & Clachan News from nowhere
1985 Dick Gaughan/Live in Edinburgh Celtic Music CM 030 Recorded live and mixed in Edinburgh. Engineered by Roy Ashby. Produced by Dick Gaughan. Revolution Now Westlin' Winds Which side are you on? Victor Jara of Chile Companeros Workers Song Your daughters and your sons Four green fields Ballad of accounting Jamie Foyers Glenlogie World turned upsidedown [Out on CD]
1986 Dick Gaughan/True and Bold Songs of the Scottish Miners STUC 2 with Clarke Sorley, Allan Tall, Jim Sutherland, Billy Jackson. Recorded and mixed at Sirocco Studios, Kilmarnock. Engineered by Clarke Sorley. Produced by Dick Gaughan and Clarke Sorley. Miner's Life is Like a Sailor's Schooldays end Farewell to 'Cotia Auchengeich disaster Pound a week rise Collier Laddie Which side are you on? Drunk rent collector Blantyre explosion One miner's life Ballad of '84 [Out on CD]
1987 Various/Woody Lives (A tribute to Woody Guthrie) Black Crow CRO217 Features Rod Clements, Dick Gaughan, Ray Jackson, Bert Jansch, Rory MacLeod, Rab Noakes, Pat Rafferty Recorded at Cluny Studios, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Engineered by Mickey Sweeney. Produced by Geoff Heslop. Hard Travellin' This Land is Your Land Vigilante Man* Pretty Boy Floyd Deportees Philadelphia Lawyer* Do Re Mi* Pastures of Plenty* Tom Joad Will You Miss Me * features Dick Gaughan
1988 Dick Gaughan/Call it Freedom Celtic Music CM 041 Recorded and mixed at Pier House Studios, Edinburgh. Engineered by Peter Haigh. Produced by Dick Gaughan. Bulmer's Fancy; The Silver Spire Shipwreck What You Do With What You've Got Ludlow Masacre That's The Way The River Runs Amandial Call it Freedom When I'm Gone Seven Good Soldiers Fifty Years From Now; Yardheads Tom Loock reports that his friend Carsten Linde once showed him an alternate version of `Call it Freedom' which contained the `Anti-Bob-Dylan-Song'. This was cut from the released version for legal reasons. Alistair Banfield reports that in 1987 a 12" single (CMT 041) was released from the album coupling `Call it Freedom' and `Think again' on side one with `Bulmer's Fancy/The Silver Spire' and `Shipwreck' on side two. [Out on CD]
1990 Davy Steele/Summerlee Celtic Music CMCD 046 Dick plays electric guitar on `Quietly Sing You to Sleep' and acoustic guitar on `The Rose O' Summerlee'.
1990 Billy Bragg/The Internationale Elektra/Utility 9 60960-2 Dick duets with Billy on `The Red Flag'.
1991 Brian McNeill/The Back o' the North Wind Greentrax CDTRAX 047 Jeri Corlew reports that Dick plays guitar synthesizer (tracks not specified) Backing vocals on tracks 2 and 10, Track 2 = `Strong Women Rule Us All With Their Tears' (McNeill) Track 10 = `Steel Man' (McNeill) Acoustic Guitar on track 8, `Ewan and the Gold' (McNeill)
1995 Clan Alba/Clan Alba Clan Alba Productions CLANCD001 Dick Gaughan; Mary MacMaster; Brian McNeil; Fred Morrison; Patsy Seddon; Davy Steele; Mike Travis; Dave Tulloch Recorded by Mickey Sweeney and Dick Gaughan at Redesdale Studios, Northumberland. Mixed at Redesdale Studios by Dick Gaughan and Mickey Sweeney except: Bye, Bye Big Blue mixed by Dick Gaughan, Mickey Sweeney and Roy Ashby. Five to Six, Childhood's End, True Thomas, Lark & the Bowman, Harpset, Growing Wings, Canan nan Gaidheal mixed by Dick Gaughan. Mastered at Hart St Studios, Edinburgh by Roy Ashby. Produced by Dick Gaughan for Clan Alba Productions. CD1 Five to Six (An Drochaid Chliuteach/Crathadh t'aodaich) Dressed to Kill (Davy Steele) The instrumental is The Scarlet Coat by Patsy Seddon Harpset Hopscotch with Jenny (Dick Gaughan)/Trip to Gorthleck (Mary MacMaster)/ The Girl with the Flowing Arms (Davy Steele)/Travis's Fancy (Patsy Seddon) Oran Na Cloiche (The Song of the Stone) Donald MacIntyre Lark and the Bowman (Davy Steele) Cam ye Owre Frae France True Thomas Fred's Jigs Alex Macdonald (Norman Macdonald) CD2 Bye, Bye, Big Blue (Brian McNeill) Air A'Ghille Tha Mo Run (I Love The Boy) Clan Alba Clan Alba March (Clan Alba)/Lexy MacAskill (John MacAskill)/ Latha siubhal beinne dhomh/Hawk Hornpipe (James Hill) No Gonnae Leave Here (Davy Steele) Growing Wings (Dick Gaughan) Canan Nan Gaidheal (The Language of the Gael) Murdo Macfarlan Tar The House Tar The House (Alan MacDonald)/Lament for Ronald MacDonald of Morar The Traditional Childhood's End (Dick Gaughan)
1996 Dick Gaughan/Sail On Greentrax CDTRAX 109 with Kathy Stewart, Tich Frier, Bobby Eaglesham, Davy Steele, Patsy Seddon, Mary MacMaster, Mike Travis, Stuart Smith, Rab Handleigh, Alan Thomson, John Henderson. Recorded and mixed at Hart Street Studios, Edinburgh. Engineered by Roy Ashby. Produced by Dick Gaughan. Land of the North Wind (Allan Taylor) Son of Man (Dick Gaughan) Ruby Tuesday (Jagger/Richard) Waist Deep in the Big Muddy (Pete Seeger) No Cause for Alarm (Dick Gaughan) 51st (Highland) Division's Farewell to Sicily (Hamish Henderson) No Gods and Precious Few Heroes (Brian MacNeill) Geronimo's Cadillac (Michael J.Murphy) 1952 Vincent Black Lightning (Richard Thompson) Sail On (Dick Gaughan) Freedom Come Aa Ye (Hamish Henderson)
1997 Davy Steele/Chasing Shadows Hypertension HYCD 297171 Alistair Banfield reports that Dick plays guitar on `Scotland yet'. Recorded 1996. Sadly Davy is no longer with us.
1998 Dick Gaughan/Redwood Cathedral Greentrax CDTRAX 158 with Rab Handleigh, Davie Paton, Steve Green. Recorded and mastered at Hart St Studios, Edinburgh. Engineered by Roy Ashby. Produced by Dick Gaughan. Muir and the Master Builder (Brian McNeill) Gone, Gonna Rise Again (Si Kahn) Reconciliation (Ron Kavana) Why Old Men Cry (Dick Gaughan) Thomas Muir of Huntershill (Adam McNaughton) October Song (Robin Williamson) Ewen and the Gold (Brian McNeill) Let it be me (Becaud, Delanoe & Curtis) All the King's Horses (Dick Gaughan) Pancho and Lefty (John Townes Van Zandt) Turn, Turn, Turn (Pete Seeger) Fine Horseman (Lal Waterson)
2001 Dick Gaughan/Outlaws & Dreamers Greentrax CDTRAX 222 with Brian McNeill: fiddle, concertina. Recorded, mixed and mastered at Panda Sound, Robin Hood's Bay, England, July 2001. Engineered by Oliver Knight. Produced by Dick Gaughan. The Yew Tree (Brian McNeill) Florence in Florence (Dick Gaughan) Dowie Dens o Yarrow (Trad arr. Gaughan) Tom Joad (Woody Guthrie) Outlaws and Dreamers (Dick Gaughan) When I'm Gone (Phil Ochs) John Harrison's Hands (McNeil/Gaughan) What You Do With What You've Got (Si Kahn) Tom Paine's Bones (Graham Moore) Strong Women Rule Us All (Brian McNeill) Wild Roses (Kimmie Rhodes)
2002 Dick Gaughan Prentice Piece Greentrax CDTRAX 236D A Compilation From The First Three Decades Tracks list CD1 1. Sail On 5'15 2. Florence in Florence 2'30 3. The Auchengeich Disaster 2'17 4. Land of the North Wind 3'05 5. The Wind That Shakes The Barley 6'10 6. Games People Play 4'51 7. Strike the Gay Harp / Shores of Lough Gowna 2'39 8. Willie o Winsbury 8'38 9. Both Sides The Tweed 3'39 10. The Father's Song 3'41 11. Muir and the Master Builder 6'51 Total Playing Time 50'09 CD2 1. The Cruel Brother 5'37 2. October Song 5'18 3. Lassie, Lie Near Me 4'38 4. The Pound a Week Rise 2'26 5. Why Old Men Cry 5'53 6. The Yew Tree 5'08 7. 51st (Highland) Division's Farewell to Sicily 11'44 8. Scojun Waltz / Randers Hopsa 4'07 9. Flooers o the Forest 7'36 10. Outlaws and Dreamers 4'19 Total Playing Time 57'18
ANTHOLOGIES supplied by Sally Greenberg, David Lashbrook, Bernd Fischer Andreas Witt, Alastair Banfield and Dick Gaughan. 1974 Various/Kertalg `74 Barclay 90 011 [Pop Celtic Et Folk International] Dick Gaughan sings `Seven Yellow Gypsies' on this album of live recordings from the folk festival in Brittany (France). 1975 Various/Our Folk Music Heritage Trailer LET SAM 2087 The Boys of the Lough (with Dick Gaughan) have 1 track `Docherty's Reel/ The Flowing Tide' from the 1973 album `Boys of the Lough'. Dick Gaughan (with Aly Bain) has 1 track `Rattlin' roarin' Willie/ The friar's britches' from the album `No More Forever'. 1980 Various/The Good Old Way Topic 12TS 412 Dick sings `Bonnie Jeannie o'Bethelnie' from the `Gaughan' LP. 1983 Various/Scotland World Network/Westdeutscher Rundfunk WDR32 58.394 Edited by Christian Scholze and Jean Trouillet Dick Gaughan sings `Bonnie Jeannie' (recorded live at the WDR folk festival in Köln (Germany), 15 July 1983) and `Such a parcel of rogues in a nation' (recorded live at the WDR-Funkhaus [Broadcasting corporation based in Köln], 28 November 1982). [Out on CD] 1985 Various/15. Festival des politischenes Liedes Amiga 8 45 296 DDR Artists: San Francisco Mime Troupe, Samuel Munguambe, Quilapayan, Urszula & Budka Suflera, Leoncarlo Settimelli, Kinvara, Dick Gaughan, Eric Bogle & Wacholder, Silvio Rodriguez & Afro Kuba, Meridian, Cutumay Camones, Mauricio Tapajos & Marcus Vincius, Oktoberklub. The live recordings were made in East Berlin between February 9 and 17, 1985. Dick Gaughan sings `Which side are you on'. 1985 The High Level Ranters/The Bonnie Pit Laddie Topic 12TS 271/2 Dick sings `Bonnie Woodha'' unaccompanied and on `The Auchengeich Disaster' is accompanied by Alistair Anderson on concertina. These tracks appeared on `The Iron Muse - A Panorama of Industrial Folk Music' released by Topic. The album came out on CD in 1993 (TSCD 465). These tracks were also included on the CD release in 1991 of the `Gaughan' album (TSCD 384). 1985 Various/A Feast of Scottish Folk Celtic Music Alba 1 Dick performs `Freedom Come all Ye' and sings vocals for Five Hand Reel on their track `The Knight and the Shepherd's Daughter'. 1992 Various/Folk Heritage MCBX004A This is a 3 CD Box set released by HMV/Music Club International. The CD containing the Dick Gaughan song is also labelled as `Folk Heritage II' (MCCD049) so perhaps it was also issued separately. Dick Gaughan has 1 track `The World Turned Upside Down' from the album `Handful of Earth'. 1992 Various/Heart of the Gaels Green Linnet GLCD 105 Dick Gaughan has 1 track `Song for Ireland' from the album `Handful of Earth'. 1993 Various/The Folk Collection Topic TSCD470 Dick Gaughan has 1 track `Now Westlin' Winds' from the album `Handful of Earth'. 1993 Various/Tanz & Folkfest Rudolstadt '93 RUCD 93-1 Dick Gaughan has one track `Both sides of the Tweed' on the live CD from the annual folk festival at Rudolstadt (Germany). 1995 Various/The Folk Collection 2 Topic TSCD 481 Dick sings `Song for Ireland'. 1995 Various/Troubadours of British Folk, Vol.3 - An Evolving Tradition Rhino R2 72162 Dick sings `Erin go bragh'. 1996 Various/STUC Centenary Album - If It Wisnae For The Union Greentrax Dick Gaughan reports: I just got a copy of the STUC 100th anniversay CD through the door from Greentrax. As it has tracks by myself and The Dubliners, here's the info. The version of Both Sides the Tweed is a new one recorded specially. By the way, Luke Kelly was one of my all-time favourite singers and a tremendous influence on me when I was a youngster. STUC Centenary Album - If It Wisnae For The Union 1. Luke Kelly & The Dubliners Battle of the Somme - Freedom Come A Ye 2. Capercaillie - Four Stone Walls 3. Dick Gaughan - Both Sides the Tweed 4. Runrig - Ravenscraig 5. Hamish Imlach - If it Wisnae for the Union 6. Gordeanna McCulloch - Bawbee Birlin 7. Christy Moore - James Connolly 8. Arthur Johnstone - North by North 9. Eric Bogle - The Contract 10. Mara Louw - Gauteng 11. Battlefield Band - I am the Common Man 12. Ewan MacColl - The Blantyre Explosion 13. The McCalmans - Farewell tae the Haven 14. Brian McNeill - Sell Your Labour, Not Your Soul 15. Matt McGinn - Three Nights and a Sunday 16. Judy Small - Mothers, Daughters, Wives 17. Victor Jara - Te Recuerdo, Amanda 18. Ceolbeg - Stand Together 1996 Various/New Electric Muse - The Story of Folk into Rock Castle/Essential ESB 416 Dick sings `Both Sides The Tweed'. 1996 Various/Scottish Music - The Rough Guide World Network RGNET 1004 Dick sings `Erin-go-Bragh'. 1998 Various/Joyful Noise Green Linnet GLCD 108 Dick sings `Song for Ireland'. 1998 Various/Highlander Music Sampler Highlander Music A free CD with the December 1998 issue of `Living Tradition'. Dick sings `Muir and the Master Builder'. 1999 Various/The Folk Collection Topic TSCD 707/8 Dick sings `The Worker's Song' and `Both Sides The Tweed'. 2002 Various/The Acoustic Folk Box Topic TSFCD 4001 This is a 4-CD box set. Dick sings 'Rattlin' Roarin' Willie/The Friar's Britches' from 'No More Forever' and 'Erin-go-Bragh' from 'Handful of Earth'. Douglas Clark (email@example.com)