You can download all Smithfield Fair music from your favorite download sites or through CDBaby - see the widget on the main SF page. To order Smithfield Fair CDs directly from Stevenson Productions, email your selections (to make sure they are in stock) to Smithfield Fair, and send a check payable to Smithfield Fair for $10.00 per CD (plus $3.00 s/h per CD) to Stevenson Productions, 8323 Justin Avenue, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70809. (Click on the album title to see more detailed information.)
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Love Is A Mystery, Come Sit By The Fire With Me, Reason to Ride - Evermore
Waiting on the River, Promised Land, To Louisiana -- Companions
A Second Cup, Sweet Sugar Cane -- Stick, Brick & Mortar
Have A Good Time, On My Way Back Home, April Fool -- Every New Day
Where the Rippling Waters Flow, Radio, Plenty of Time -- The Longing
Flowers In Her Hair, God Never Sleeps, For So Long -- Walking Through This World
Longships, James of the Glen, Walk the Highlands, Greyfriar's Bobby -- 20420
A Place In Your Heart, Holly Hey!, Another Southern Summer, Wealthy Man, Chasing Leaves in a Storm -- Charmer: The Perfect Cafe
Love is Eternal, Winds of Time, I'll Be In Your Dreams -- Winds of Time




Evermore - 2017


Marbles: Instrumentals for the Little Cinema - 2015


Companions - 2014


Stick, Brick & Mortar - 2013


Every New Day - 2011


Scotland, Fair Scotland - 2010


The Longing - 2009


CHARMER: The Perfect Cafe (music from the early days of Smithfield Fair - 2008


Twenty for Twenty - 2007


Walking Through This World - 2006


Swept Away - 2005


Winds of Time - 2004


Burns Night Out! - 2002


Jacobites By Name - 2002


The Winter Kirk - 2001


Cairdeas - 2000


Highland Call - 1998


Scattered Seeds of Scotland - 1997


Scotland Owns Me - 1995


A Long Way From Bonnie Argyll (issued in cassette only/out of stock) - 1993


Moon Over Caledonia (issued in cassette only/limited quantities) - 1992


From Hebridean Shore (issued in cassette only/out of stock) - 1990


Old Souls & Ancient Hearts (issued in cassette only/out of stock) - 1989

MUSIC FROM THE EARLY DAYS OF SMITHFIELD FAIR - THE EARLY ALBUMS: When Charmer changed its name to Smithfield Fair in 1989, the last Charmer album - Old Souls & Ancient Hearts - became the first Smithfield Fair album with a changed cover. This was done in cassette format only, as Charmer had previously worked in LP record and cassette formats and witnessed the demise of the LP. Smithfield Fair then did three more albums - From Hebridean Shores, Moon Over Caledonia and A Long Way From Bonnie Argyll. With the rise of compact discs, tracks from these first four albums were blended to create Smithfield Fair's first compact disc release - Scotland Owns Me. None of these early cassette albums are currently available and are mentioned here for purely historical purposes. Their covers can be seen in the scrolling segment of the band's My Space page.

AS CHARMER (Rapides Records)


Charmer: Old Souls & Ancient Hearts (issued in cassette only/out of stock) - 1989


Living in the Mainstream (LP & Cassette-Limited quantities) - 1987


Another Southern Summer (LP & Cassette - limited quantities) - 1986


Retrospect (Cassette only/out of stock) - 1985


Dancing in the Dust (LP - limited quantities) - 1984


From the Cradle to the Grave (LP/out of stock) - 1983


Dudley-Brian: Solo EP (EP only - limited quantities) - 1983


Must Be The Gypsy (LP - limited quanitities) - 1982


Only the Wind (LP - limited quantities) - 1981


A Place in Your Heart/Crazy With The Wind (out of stock) - 1977

COMPILATIONS: Over the years, Smithfield Fair has participated in a number of compilation albums, including CD's for Texas Scottish Festival (Lone Star Ceilidh, 2004), Southeast Celtic Music Association (In the Tradition, 2003), FestForAll (Volume 1 in 2003 & volume 3 in 2005) and the Oasis Acoustic (Nos. 45 & 47), Acoustic Radio Sampler (Vol.X, #8), and Inspirational (No.7) samplers. These are available from the sponsoring organizations and not further noted here.


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