Design [and Sleeve Concept] – Andrew Cronshaw, June Tabor, Tony Engle
Engineer [Moor Green Studios] – Robin Brown (tracks: 1-3, 5-10)
Engineer [Southern Studios] – John O'Conner (tracks: 4)
Graphics [Hand Lettering] – Sandy McFarlane
Guitar – Martin Simpson
Layout – Andrew Cronshaw, June Tabor, Tony Engle
Mastered By [Digital Mastering at CMS Digital] – Robert Vosgien
Painting [Front Sleeve Painting By] – Dale Gottlieb
Piano, Synthesizer – Dave Bristow
Producer [Produced By] – Andrew Cronshaw
Violin – Ric Sanders
Vocals – June Tabor
Released in a standard jewel case with a sepia tray. The 2 panel (4 page) fold-out booklet is printed in English and in addition to the cover art features; photos, track list with duration's, production credits, track credits and Sources. Case rear cover shows another track list no duration's.
Front Sleeve Painting By: Dale Gottlieb, 'Woman With Three Abyssinians'
Barcode (Scanned): 016351793829
Barcode (Text): 0 16351 79382 9
Matrix / Runout: 3C SH 79038-2 SRC=03 M1S6
Recorded At – Moor Green Studios
Recorded At – Southern Studios
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Shanachie Records Corp.
Mastered At – CMS Digital
Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
June Tabor is one of the finest folk singers alive. Not only is she completely in command of a vast repertoire of traditional British and Irish songs, but she has also shown herself able to move completely out of that repertoire into, for example, Yiddish and Civil War songs without any loss of authority. That said, Abyssinians is not her best album. Although it starts off strong with the almost a cappella Month of January, things quickly bog down: where The Month of January is gorgeous and depressing, The Scarecrow is merely depressing. And is that glass harmonica in the background . June Tabor born 31 December 1947 in Warwick, England is an English folk singer known for her solo work and her earlier collaborations with Maddy Prior and with the Oyster Band. June Tabor was born and grew up in Warwick, England. As a young woman of 18, she was inspired to sing by hearing Anne Briggs' EP Hazards of Love in 1965. I went and locked myself in the bathroom for a fortnight and drove my mother mad. I learned the songs on that EP note for note, twiddle for twiddle. That's how I started. Listen free to June Tabor Abyssinians The Month Of January, The Scarecrow and more. 10 tracks 35:45. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. June Tabor. Play album. Get album. Abyssinians, 2005. The Month of January, 04:09. The Scarecrow, 05:17. One Night As I Lay On My bed, 02:23. She Moves Among Men The Bar Maid's Song, 03:35. Lay This Body Down, 02:55. A Smiling Shore, 03:00. The Scarecrow - June Tabor - Abyssinians 1983 5:24. June Tabor - Lay This Body Down 2:56. A Smiling Shore - June Tabor - Abyssinians 1983 3:05. One Night as I lay on my Bed - June Tabor - Abyssinians 1983 2:26. She moves among Men - June Tabor - Abyssinians 1983 3:37. 목록 목록에 추가. Ed's LP's 기준 ed-1962. I do not own copyrights to this recording, to be used only for educational . Released 1983. Abyssinians Tracklist. The Scarecrow Lyrics. One Night As I Lay On My Bed Lyrics. She Moves Among Men The Bar Maid's Song Lyrics. Album 1983 10 Songs. Folk , . June Tabor Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Show details. Buy the selected items together. This item:Abyssinians by June Tabor Audio CD . Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by Academy Records, CDs, and Books. Or consider a donation