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Field Recordings: Hamish Henderson (tracks 2, 3, 4 & 6), Alan Bruford (tracks 7, 8, 9 &10), Peter Cooke (tracks 5 & 9(music)), and Linda Headlee (track 1).
Notes: Alan J. Bruford (AJB) and Hamish Henderson (HH), edited by John Shaw.
Transcriptions: Alan J. Bruford (all tracks), after Hamish Henderson (tracks 4 & 6) and Robert Garioch (track 3). "One-Eye, Two-Eyes, Three-Eyes" and "The Angel of Death" reproduced from Alan J. Bruford (ed.),The Green Man of Knowledge (1982) with kind permission of Aberdeen Univeristy Press. All others, except "Daughter Doris", reproduced from Alan J. Bruford and Donald A. Macdonald (eds.), Scottish Traditional Tales (1994) with kind permission of Polygon.
Cover illustration with kind permission of the Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent.
Mastering: Neil MacQueen
Series Editor: Mark Trewin
† In Memoriam Alan J. Bruford and Donald Archie MacDonald