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Maddy Prior and The Carnival Band


Country of origin:

England

Type of music generally:

Traditional hymns, carols, tavern songs

Status:

Most recent release, Carols at Christmas (seasonal, 1998)

See also:

Maddy Prior's site

Wikipedia's entry on Maddy Prior

A Maddy Prior fan page

The Ectophiles' Guide pages for Maddy Prior's other projects: Maddy Prior's solo work, Steeleye Span, Silly Sisters, Tim Hart & Maddy Prior

Comparisons:

Somewhat like other projects Maddy Prior has done, but more traditional-sounding than Steeleye Span. Sometimes rather like some of The Chieftains' work

Covers/own material:

Traditional

General comments:

The Carnival Band and Maddy Prior both have separate careers and we originally brought together for a BBC Christmas program (A Tapestry Of Carols comes from this) and they continued to get together for performances and recordings. The combination of Maddy Prior's evocative voice and The Carnival Band's traditional (mostly done on traditional instruments) music is a lovely one, especially in the hymns and carols they do together. (Neile)

Recommended first album:

Any

Recordings:


Sing Lustily & With Good Courage

Release info:

1990—Saydisc Records—CD-SDL 383

Availability:

Available in the U.K. and in the U.S. as an import

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended for those who like traditional music and hymns

Group members:

Maddy Prior—vocals
The Carnival Band:
     Bill Badley—lute, guitar, steel-string guitar, mandolin, mandocello, banjo, vocals
     Charles Fullbrook—tabors, side drum, bass drums, duymbals, wood blocks, cowbell, vocals
     "Jub"—double bass
     Giles Lewin—violin, recorder, vocals
     Andy Watts—curtal, bassoon, clarinet in C, recorder, vocals

Produced by:

Gef Lucena and David Wilkins

Comments:

got this one a while back, quite good, fun stuff...(sspan)

Hang Up Sorrow And Care

Release info:

1996

Availability:

Available in the U.K. and in the U.S. as an import

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended for those who like traditional music

Group members:

Maddy Prior—vocals
The Carnival Band:
     Bill Badley—lute, baroque guitar, acoustic and electric modern guitars, banjo, mandolin, vocals
     Jub Davis—double bass, vocals
     Giles Lewin—violin, recorder, hoboy, mandolin, vocals
     Rafaello Mizraki—drums, percussion, 'cello, Hammond organ, vocals
     Andy Watts—Flemish bagpipes, shalmes, curtals, recorders, melodica, kazoo, vocals

Produced by:

Andrew Watts & Bill Badley

Comments:

Lots of fun, her voice is as good as ever, and they sound like they had a blast recording it! (cjmacs@micronet.net)

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