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The Rakes - The Rakes Album

The Rakes - The Rakes Album

Performer: The Rakes
Title: The Rakes
Country: UK
Catalog Number: LED 2071
Label: Leader
Released: 1975
Style: Celtic
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 707


1The Dashing White Sergeant / The Bottom Of The Punch Bowl, Scottish Reels
2The Carraroe / The Mug Of Brown Ale, Jigs
3Jimmy Garson's, March
4Bold Reynolds / Gaelic Waltz, Waltzes
5Greensleeves / Harry Cox's / Carry Me Down To Carlow, Schottische
6Lucy Farr's No 1 / Lucy Farr's No 2, Jigs
7The Geese In The Bog / The Butcher's March, Jigs
8Molly In The Wood / Tralee Gaol / Maggie In The Wood, Polkas
9The Honeysuckle / Pound Hill, Hornpipes
10Lucy Farr's No 1 / Lucy Farr's No 2, Polkas
11Maggie Pickens / Ma McNulty's, Schottisches
12Babes In The Wood / All The Way To Galway, Polkas


  • DrumsRon Somers (tracks: A1-2, B1-5)
  • FiddleLucy Farr (tracks: A1-2, 4, 6, B1-2), Michael Plunkett (tracks: A2-6, B2-6), Paul Gross (tracks: A2-3, 6, B1, 2-6)
  • FluteMichael Plunkett (tracks: A1, B1)
  • MelodeonReg Hall (tracks: A1-5, B2-4, 6)
  • PianoPaul Gross (tracks: A1, 4-5, B2), Reg Hall (tracks: A6, B5)


[A1-A2] recorded by Seumas Ewens at a public dance in Wimbledon Town Hall, London on December 19, 1970;
[A3] recorded by Reg Hall and Steve Pennells at Bob and Daisy Knightley's house, Croydon, London on March 14, 1964;
[A4-A6] recorded by Bill Leader at The Albany, Deptford, London on December 11, 1969;
[B1-B5] recorded by Bill Leader at The Swan and Sugar Loaf, Croydon, London on August 5, 1971;
[B6] recorded by Bill Leader at a public dance in the Parish Hsll, Lydiard Millicent, Wiltshire on September 20, 1969;


Reviews (1)
White gold
Remember the regular hour of dance music in 1966, 1967 every evening at 6 on (the pirate) Radio Scotland? This is it. Morris Dancing at it's best

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