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Performer: Paul Dunmall, Paul Rogers
Title: Folks
Released: 1995
Style: Free Improvisation
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.9 ✦
Other format: XM WMA VOC MOD AIFF MP4 APE

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Paul Dunmall (born 6 May 1953) is a British jazz musician who plays tenor and soprano saxophone, as well as the baritone and the more exotic Saxello and the Northumbrian pipes. He has a long discography, starting in the mid-1970s as sideman, and from the late 1980s as leader/co-leader.

Paul Rodgers (born 17 December 1949) is an English singer, songwriter and t. In the 1960s and 1970s, he was vocalist of Free and Bad Company. After stints in two lesser-known bands in the 1980s and early 1990s, The Firm and The Law, he became a solo artist. He has more recently toured and recorded with Queen. A poll in Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 55 on its list of the "100 Greatest Singers of All Time".

Tracklist

1 Dingle At Leigh 4:11
2 Malvern Hills 2:51
3 S-Round 2:05
4 Pete's Reel 2:15
5 Himalayan Balsam (On The River Teme) 2:41
6 Lament 4 3:36
7 Nan 2:35
8 Grandad 2:21
9 Francis Thompson 3:32
10 St. Edburga 1:30
11 Alfricks Swan 2:31
12 Hornpipe 4:37
13 Cruck Barn 3:23
14 Lucky Oscar 3:29
15 Lament 4:06
16 Hairy Fox 6:01
17 Grassnake 2:09
18 Nu 3:55
19 Nibly Point 3:53
20 Bank Farm 3:47
21 Two Dogs At Pigeonhouse 4:41

Credits

  • Artwork – Steve Martin
  • Artwork [Front Cover Wood Engraving] – Paul Dunmall
  • Double Bass [4 String, 5 String] – Paul Rogers
  • Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Bernie McKenna (tracks: 1 to 14), Simon Clark (tracks: 15 to 21), Stephen Allan (tracks: 15 to 21)
  • Mastered By – Dave Bernez (tracks: 1 to 14), Tim Turan (tracks: 15 to 21)
  • Photography By [Inside Photo] – Lynda Peel
  • Soprano Saxophone, Saxophone [C Melody], Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet [Eb], Soprano Clarinet [Bb], Tin Whistle [Penny] – Paul Dunmall
  • Voice – Polly Bolton (tracks: 9)

Notes

Recording dates:
Tracks 1 to 14 in Battersea, London in December 1989
Tracks 15 to 21 at Miracle Sound, Bath, in September 1993