Their last album, from 1978 — with a stunning reading of Richard Thompson’s Never Again, fine trad like Lord Allenwater, Gilderoy, The Moon Shines Bright, and a medley from John Gay’s The Beggar’s Opera.
Her 1959 LP, with the first run out for signature classics like Hares On The Mountain.
Inspirational, joyous melding of African dance music and free jazz. The Brotherhood Of Breath’s 1971 recording debut, for RCA’s Neon imprint, produced by Joe Boyd. Heavy, limited vinyl from Stamford Audio.
With Harold McNair, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Jon Hiseman, Danny Thompson. One of his very best — jazzy blues, raga jazz, folk rock; great versions of the traditional Bruton Town and Joni’s Both Sides Now.
Previously unreleased 1969 recordings by a piano-based trio, with Barre Phillips and Louis Moholo.
Recorded in 1973, a few weeks before Anne gave birth to her second child, and cleared off to North West Scotland.
Shirley and her sister recorded in concert in the late 1970s; and a handful of demos from the 1960s.