Handful of Earth is the fifth solo studio album by Scottish folk musician and singer Dick Gaughan, released in 1981 by Topic Records. The album was Gaughan's first after spending several years largely avoiding playing music while regaining his health following a mental breakdown in 1979
Gaughan's first album, No More Forever, was recorded in 1971. On it he sings and plays acoustic guitar, joined on some tracks by fiddler Aly Bain. All the songs except one are traditional, the exception being Hamish Henderson's "The John Maclean March", a tribute to the Glasgow socialist John Maclean and a foretaste of the many politically committed songs that Gaughan would later record
Arranged By – Dick Gaughan. B1. The Thatchers O' Glenrae. Arranged By – Dick Gaughan. B2. The Fair Flower Of Northumberland. B3. The Teetotaller/Da Tushker. B4. The Three Healths. B5. The John MacLean March. No More Forever (CD, Album, RE). Leader (2). LER CD 2072.
Arranged By – Dick Gaughan. No More Forever (LP).
No More Forever Dick Gaughan. Trailer Records LER 2072 (LP, UK, 1972) Trailer Records LER CD 2072 (CD-R, UK, 200x). Recorded and produced by Bill Leader; Production master by Nic Kinsey, Livingston Studios; Sleeve by Janet Kerr. Dick Gaughan, vocals, guitar, mandolin; Aly Bain, fiddle. arr. Dick Gaughan except Track 8b Ronnie Cooper; Track 10 Hamish Henderson. Folk Music Records Dick Gaughan: Kist o' Gold. Kist o' Gold Dick Gaughan. Highway/Trailer Records LER 2103 (LP, UK, 1977). Recorded and produced at Leader Sound by Bill Leader; Sleeve by Janet Kerr. Dick Gaughan, vocals, guitar, mandolin.
Dick Gaughan and Andy Irvine. Sail On. Dick Gaughan. A Different Kind of Love Song.
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No More Forever Album Cover Art.