Playlist (12). Kidnappers Ceilidh, no. 587

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Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music.
Today: Green Ginger; Tumbling Tom; Chris Duncan and Colin Ross & Johnny Handle.

Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]

1. Clan Gregor Society Pipe Band: Carradale Bay / Paddy be easy / Rocking the baby / Air Force One / Arniston Castle / The keel row / Creatively blocked / Morrison's reel / The blackberry bush (5.40) (Tom Muirhead; Traditional; Traditional; Godley & Crème; Traditional; Traditional; Ryan Canning; Traditional; Traditional) "World Pipe Band Championships 2004, vol 2" Monarch CDMON 860, 2004. (CD) [SC] (http://www.krl.co.uk) [-; Ng 6723, Session #425; -; -; -; Ng 1015, Session #3637; -; -; -]

2. Kilmarnock: Duke of Fife's welcome to Deeside / Glen Grant Strathspey / Hughie Jim Paul's reel (3.47) (James Scott Skinner; James Scott Skinner; Joan McDonald Bols) "Kilmarnock" Hard Yacka Records HYRCD 1007, 1996. (CD) [AU] (http://www.folktrax.com/) [Snyder #732; -; -]

3. Bowhouse Quintet: Queen of the rushes / The idle road (3.18) (Traditional; Traditional) "Live in Ennis" Lochshore CDLDL1291, 1999. (CD) [SC] (http://www.krl.co.uk) [Ng 1625; Ng 3538]

4. Chris Duncan: Bovaglie's plaid (4.13) (James Scott Skinner) "Fyvie's embrace: the golden age of the Scottish fiddle (ABC Classics)" ABC 465 263-2, 1999. (CD) [AU] (http://shop.abc.net.au) [Snyder #22]

5. Chris Newman & Máire Ní Chathasaigh: The mathematician / The Spey in spate / AA Gladstone (Edinburgh) (4.08) (James Scott Skinner; James Scott Skinner; James Scott Skinner) "Fretwork" Old Bridge OBMCD11, 1998. (CD) [UK] (http://www.oldbridgemusic.com) [-; Ng 1806, Buchanan #222.1; -]

6. Green Ginger: Royal Scotch quadrilles no. 1: He's aye kissing me (2.31) (Traditional) "Royal Scotch quadrilles by Thomas Wilson from The Danciad, 1824" Green Ginger Band, 2000. (CD) [EN] (https://greengingerband.co.uk)

7. Colin Ross & Johnny Handle: The Marquis of Lorne / Harvest home (3.22) (Traditional; Traditional) "Northumberland down under: New Zealand tour 2001" Private recording, 2004. (Cassette) [NZ] (mailto:John.Birchall@t-online.de) [Session #1261; BBS #73]

8. Alistair Anderson: The chanter's tune / The musical priest / Mill Brae (2.55) (Traditional; Traditional; Ronnie Cooper) "Traditional tunes" Front Hall FHR-08, 1976. (LP) [US] () [Ng 298, Session #2082; Ng 1384, Session #73; Session #5388]

9. Shannonside Ceili Band: Three jigs: Father Kelly's jig / Carraroe / The Christmas jig (1.56) (Fr PJ Kelly; Traditional; Traditional) "Ceili House" Columbia SCX6218, 1971. (LP) [US] () [Ng 2774, Session #2156; Ng 282, Session #771; Ng 170]

10. Tumbling Tom: Dorsetshire hornpipe / Stybarrow Crag (3.33) (Traditional; Hamilton) "Beats working" Tumbling Tom, 1999. (CD) [EN] (http://www.tumblingtom.co.uk) [Session #12692; Session #11244]

11. The Chieftains: John Kelly's slide / Merrily kiss the quaker / Denis Murphy's slide (3.25) (Traditional; Traditional; Traditional) "The Chieftains 3" Claddagh L35995, 1973. (LP) [IE] (http://www.crl.ie) [Ng 978, Session #2130; Ng 2808, Session #70; Ng 488]

12. The Occasionals: The Highlanders of Loon Mountain (2.21) (Freeland Barbour) "The Occasionals live: Scottish and old time dance music" Greentrax CDTRAX 184, 1999. (CD) [SC] (https://www.greentrax.com)

References:
Ng: https://www.irishtune.info
Session: https://thesession.org/tunes/
Snyder: https://www.cbfiddle.com/rx/tune/t

Radio Kidnappers extends thanks to the companies and individuals who have provided recordings for review/play on Folk on Sunday and Kidnappers Ceilidh. Feedback is welcome, especially if we get the song attributions wrong.
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