On Late Cut, his eighth solo album, Steve Turner is joined by some of the star names of the modern folk revival, including Sam Carter, Eliza Carthy and Martin Simpson, yet despite the richness of the arrangements the album comes over strongly as a solo project. The album includes amongst other things a reassessment of two songs, (Is Your Love in Vain, and The Two Sisters) from Steve’s first album Out Stack, 1979.
Lily of the West, Ain’t Gonna Work Tomorrow, Sullivan’s Farewell, On the Road to Tipperary, Babylon is Fallen, Palestine, Evening Love Song, Is Your Love in Vain, Two Sisters, The Rambling Sailor, Mary of Argyle, Bide a While
Steve Turner: English concertina and vocal. Sam Carter: guitar, harmony vocal. Eliza Carthy: harmony vocal. Martin Simpson: five string banjo. Gina le Faux: fiddle. Simon Dumpleton: keyboard. Riki Gerardy: cello. Tim Yates: double bass. Bob Hallard: harmony vocal