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Folk & Jazz fan, specialising in vinyl restoration. Although I would prefer to only post albums that I have paid for, or those of close friends, I am open to suggestions and offers of rare Folk items that need tender care and restoration, provided the supplier has the right of ownership of the physical item. NOT JUST an MP3 COPY of it. To give you an idea, I am prepared to restore vinyl belonging to another person, IF I receive a decent quality scan of the front, back and any relevant information that comes with the LP, preferably at least 2400 by 2400 quality, (600DPI scans for back) along with the sound files in FLAC format as waves are a bit too large to transfer. Then I will check their suitability for restoration. I try to maintain the requirement for a decent set of scans for each item, where possible, as I feel the music is incomplete without it. Sometimes this is just not possible as a lot of my stock came from broadcasting organisations that had their own heavy card sleeves, with information relevant to their prime function, that of providing the disc-jockies with basic details to pass on to listeners. I do wonder what happened to all the original artwork?

Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Albums with Enoch Kent "Freedom Come all Ye"

This album from Enoch is when he was part of the "Exiles" Topic 12T143, 1966.

The Exiles:

Side One:

1. Ballad of Accounting: Enoch Kent.
2. Moving On Song: Enoch Kent.
3. We’re Only Here For Exploration: Paul Lenihan.
4. Thank Christ for Christmas
5. Pigeon: Enoch Kent.
6. Pound a Week Rise: Gordon McCulloch.
7. Freedom, Come All Ye: Gordon McCulloch

Side Two:

1. For a That and a That: all three
2. Arthur McBride: Gordon McCulloch.
3. Willie Brennan: Enoch Kent.
4. Wae’s Me For Prince Charlie: Gordon McCulloch.
5. La Pique: All three
6. Van Diemen’s Land: Enoch Kent.
7. Twa Recruiting Sergeants: Gordon McCulloch.

Enoch Kent: Vocals, Whistle & Guitar.
Gordon McCulloch: Vocal, banjo, harmonica.
Bobby Campbell: Vocal, fiddle, mandola, mandolin & guitar.
Paul Lenihan: Guest vocalist

Enoch himself has been living in Canada for the last 40 years, where he still performs live and in the studio. He has issued four CD's in this decade, with a 5th one just out check him HERE

Music and scans Download HERE


Anonymous said...

Wow! Can't wait!

I've just checked out Enoch's website & love what I've just heard of his music - & there's quite a bit available to listen to & even download at his site - (& full songs rather than just those frustrating snippets which so many singers & musicians post on their sites) (which suggests to me that he's a generous & open-hearted man too) - He reminds me a bit of another Scottish singer called Jim Brannigen who I also rate very highly - wonderful voice & very simple, minimilistic arrangements that work beautifully. So anyway, really looking forward to hearing these albums & thanks again for introducing me to yet another wonderful singer that had so far managed to stay completely under my radar. :-)


Anonymous said...

How are things going with the Enoch Kent albums?

Gonzo said...

Slow !!

But Sure !!

Soon !!

Anonymous said...

great album & worth the wait! Many thanks.


Anonymous said...

Hi from Cy
I still have this on vinyl but it will be good to have on mp3. Thank you for this.
Cy from Portknockie

nicola said...

is this one up?

nicola said...

great work, btw!