New Janet Russell  CD
Double CD compilation
of early classic Boat Band
recordings now available.

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We are very pleased to have been involved in the wonderful Rhythms of Labour project - producing a double CD of material which has arisen in partnership with the book of the same title.

Reissue of The Wilson Family Album - previously on vinyl only, remastered and with an extra track is in stock HARCD 055.

Old Friends Band CD - a collection of Cumbrian dance tunes is available from our shop area now.
Janet Russell's newest CD "Love Songs and Fighting Talk" is in stock
and Janet's news and dates are updated

Re-release of Janet Russell's first album - Gathering the Fragments - is now available. Remastered for CD and with a new cover.
Nick Hennessey's CD "A Rare Hunger" - back in stock soon

The Pete Morton CD "Flying an Unknown Flag" HARCD 048 is in stock.

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Old Friends Band
collection of Cumbrian dance tunes

New Boat Band CD

"Greg Stephens has been rooting out and collecting tunes from his native Cumbria for many years. On this recording the Boat Band wear these tunes like a set of well-loved,comfortable old clothes, worn to the perfect fit:just as they should sound" (Folk Buzz Magazine)
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