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Awkward Annie
Awkwardanniecover.jpg
Studio album by
Released3 September 2007
RecordedPure Records Studio, South Yorkshire
GenreFolk
Length51:51
LabelPure Records
ProducerKate Rusby
Kate Rusby chronology
The Girl Who Couldn't Fly
(2005)
Awkward Annie
(2007)
Sweet Bells
(2008)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars [1]
BBC Music(not rated) [2]
The Guardian3/5 stars [3]
Q3/5 stars [4]
FolkRadio.co.uk5/5 stars [5]

Awkward Annie is the seventh studio album by English contemporary folk musician Kate Rusby, released on 3 September 2007 on Pure Records. The album is the first to be produced by Rusby herself, following her split with husband and producer John McCusker.[6]

Regarding her role as producer Rusby states that:

It wasn’t something that was planned, but the split from John two years ago has inevitably put a strain on our working relationship, and sadly meant that it wasn’t the right time for us to make a record together. So the best thing was to produce this record myself, it’s been a long and at times lonely road, but with help from [my brother] Joe we got there in the end. John still played on the record. He’s a brilliant musician and a great fella'.[7]

Song information

Rusby states that the track "Bitter Boy" is her favourite composition that she herself has written.[7]

"John Barbury" is set to a traditional melody, Child Ballad 89 ("Fause Foodrage"), while its lyrics originate from Child Ballad 100 ("Willie O Winsbury"). This tune became well known in the late 1960s after Richard Thompson used it as the basis for the Fairport Convention song "Farewell, Farewell".

The bonus track, a cover of The Kinks' song "The Village Green Preservation Society", was recorded as the theme for BBC TV sitcom Jam and Jerusalem.

Track listing

  1. "Awkward Annie"
  2. "Bitter Boy"
  3. "John Barbury"
  4. "High On a Hill"
  5. "Farewell"
  6. "Planets"
  7. "The Old Man"
  8. "Andrew Lammie"
  9. "Streams of Nancy"
  10. "Daughter of Heaven"
  11. "Blooming Heather"
  12. "The Village Green Preservation Society" (bonus track)

References

  1. ^ Nickson, Chris. Awkward Annie at AllMusic
  2. ^ BBC Music review
  3. ^ The Guardian review
  4. ^ Q Magazine review, (October 2007, p.109)
  5. ^ Folkradio review[permanent dead link]
  6. ^ Denselow, Robin; "Kate Rusby, Awkward Annie" Guardian.co.uk, 14 September 2007 (Retrieved: 20 July 2009)
  7. ^ a b "Conversations with Kate Rusby" (in three installments) SalutLive.com 4–11 September 2007 (Retrieved: 20 July 2009)
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