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LET NO MAN STEAL YOUR THYME: ANTHOLOGY

Shelagh McDonald

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc One:
1. Hullo Stranger (live) (2:27)
2. Street Walking Blues (live) (2:44)
3. Mirage (4:03)
4. Look Over the Hills & Far Away (5:13)
5. Crusoe (3:52)
6. Waiting for the Wind to Rise (4:57)
7. Ophelia's Song (Version 1) (2:50)
8. Richmond (2:47)
9. Let no Man Steal Your Thyme (3:25)
10. Peacock Lady (3:29)
11. Silk and Leather (3:00)
12. You Know You Can't Loose (5:05)
13. Ophelia's Song (Version 2) (2:09)
14. Jesus Is Just All Right (3:00)
15. Book of Rhyme (2:54)
16. What More Can I Say? (2:55)
17. The City's Cry (Demo 1) (2:35)
18. The City's Cry (Demo 2) (2:46)
19. Rod's Song (Demo) (3:11)
20. Stargazer (False Start) (0:42)
21. Stargazer (Demo) (4:12)

Total time: 67:16

Disc Two:
1. Rod's Song (3:10)
2. Liz's Song (2:50)
3. Lonely King (6:01)
4. City's Cry (2:32)
5. Dowie Dens of Yarrow (Version 1) (6:53)
6. Baby Go Slow (3:54)
7. Canadian Man (2:48)
8. Good Times (3:25)
9. Odyssey (6:11)
10. Stargazer (4:11)
11. The Road to Paradise (3:44)
12. Sweet Sunlight (2:27)
13. Spin (Version 1) (5:25)
14. Rainy Night Blues (3:31)
15. Spin (Version 2) (3:21)
16. Dowie Dens of Yarrow (False Start) (0:25)
17. Dowie Dens of Yarrow (Version 2) (7:40)

Total time: 68:28

Line-up / Musicians

- Shelagh McDonald / guitar, keyboards, vocals
- Katy Kissoon / vocals (disc two 1-10)
- Mac Kissoon / vocals (disc two 1-10)
- Mike London / vocals (disc two 1-10)
- Dave Richard / bass (disc two 1-10)
- Mike Evans / bass (disc one 3 - 13)
- Pat Donaldson / bass (disc one 3-13, disc two 1-10)
- Danny Thompson / string bass (disc one 1-10)
- John Ryan / string bass (disc two 1-10)
- Dave Mattacks / drums (disc two 1-10)
- Gerry Conway / drums (disc one 3-13)
- Harvey Burns / drums (disc two 1-10)
- Roger Powell / drums (disc one 3-13)
- Andy Roberts / guitar / (disc one 3-13)
- Keith Christmas / guitar (disc one 3-13, disc two 1-10)
- Richard Thompson / guitar (disc two 1-10)
- Gordon Huntley / pedal steel, dobro (disc one 3-13)
- Ian Whiteman / keyboards (disc one 3-13), organ (disc two 1-10)
- Keith Tippett / piano (disc one 3-13)
- Ray Warleigh / horns, saxophone (disc one 3-13)
- Tristan Fry / vibraphone / (disc one 3-13)

Releases information

CDx2 Castle Music CMDDD 1065 (2005) UK

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