Jim Moray’s third solo album. Winner of the fRoots Critic’s Poll 2008, nominated for two BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Mojo folk album of the year 2008.

Recorded at home by Jim Moray;
Additional recording by Nick Cooke and James Delarre;
Chorus vocals on [4] recorded at the Bulverton campsite, Sidmouth Folk Week, and the Site Office, Towersey Folk Festival 2007

Jim Moray, vocals, thumb piano [1], violin [1, 9], guitar [1-4, 6-7, 9-10], mandolin [2-4, 7], bass [1-2, 7], double bass [4, 6], drums [1-2, 4, 6-7], hi-hat [9], concertina [5], melodeon [4, 9], programming [5, 9], Hammond organ [7], vocal samples [8], treatments [8], found sound [10], air organ [10], mellotron brass [10];
Laurence Hunt, marimba [1], tambourine [1];
Dan Wilkins, kora [1];
Nick Cooke, melodeon [2-7, 9];
Martin Keates, hurdy-gurdy [2, 5, 9];
Dorian Sutton, double bass [2-3, 6];
Nick Wyke, violin [2, 9];
The Stringbeans Quartet: Bethany Porter, cello; Emma Hooper, viola; Sue Lord, Emily Travis, violins [3, 6];
James Delarre, violin [4, 7], viola [9];
Jackie Oates, violin [9];
Jim Cornick, Rob Williams, trumpet [4];
Dave Byett, trombone [4];
Fiona Bradshaw, English border bagpipes [5, 9];
Bubbz, MC [5];
Benjamin Brunel, tenor saxophone [8];
Roy Bailey, James Fagan, Tim van Eyken, Jim Causley, Matt Norman, Nancy Kerr, Jasper Future, James Delarre, Colin Oates, chorus [4];

  • Leaving Australia
  • Rufford Park Poachers
  • Three Black Feathers
  • All You Pretty Girls
  • Lucy Wan
  • Across the Western Ocean
  • I’ll Go and List for a Sailor
  • Fanny Blair
  • Henry’s Downfall
  • Valentine
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Low Culture

Title : Low Culture
Release Date : July 14, 2008