The Five Seasons

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The Five Seasons
Studio album by Fairport Convention
Released December 1990
Recorded April to August 1990 at Woodworm Studios, Barford St. Michael, Oxfordshire[1]
Genre folk rock
Label New Routes RUE 005
Producer Dave Mattacks, Simon Nicol
Fairport Convention chronology
Red & Gold
(1988)
The Five Seasons
(1990)
Jewel in the Crown
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[2]

The Five Seasons is a 1990 album by folk rock band Fairport Convention.

Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Claudy Banks" (Traditional) - 5:53
  2. "Cup of Tea!"/"A Loaf of Bread"/"Miss Monahan's" (Allcock, Traditional) - 3:16
  3. "All Your Beauty" (Barry Lowe, Martin White) - 2:55
  4. "Sock In It" (Dave Whetstone) - 5:29
  5. "Gold" (Peter Blegvad) - 5:06

Side two[edit]

  1. "Ginnie" (Huw Williams) - 4:10
  2. "Mock Morris '90" (The Green Man/The Cropredy Badger/Molly On The Jetty) (Ric Sanders) - 4:53
  3. "The Card Song"/"Shuffle the Pack" (Allcock, Mattacks, Nicol) - 4:26
  4. "The Wounded Whale" (Archie Fisher, Traditional) - 6:43
Bonus Track on CD release
  1. "Rhythm of the Time" (Dave Whetstone) - 5:52

Release history[edit]

  • 1990, December : UK CD, New Routes RUE CD 005
  • 1990, December : US CD, Rough Trade NR 005-2
  • 1991, December : UK CD, Woodworm Records WRCD 019
  • 1995, December : UK CD, HTD Records HTD CD 48[3]

Personnel[edit]

Additional personnel
  • Tim Matyear - engineer
  • Barry Hammond with Simon Nicol and Dave Mattacks - mixing

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Expletive-Delighted - The Fairport Convention Discography Website". Ian & Stephanie Rennie. Retrieved 2009-11-23. 
  2. ^ Allmusic review
  3. ^ With bonus track: " Caught A Whisper" [Dave Whetstone]. Recorded live at Cropredy 13 August 1994 direct to DAT by Rob Braviner. Mastered at Woodworm Studios, Oxon by Mark Tucker. New artwork by Peter Pracownik. Booklet redesign by Malcolm Holmes [Really Wicked Productions]) (4'38" )
  4. ^ "allmusic ((( The Five Seasons > Credits )))". www.allmusic.com. Retrieved 2009-11-23. 

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