Traditional Irish Music
Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 104.7MHz FM.
REPEATING: Tue 29/03/2022 1605-1700 NZDT.
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Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music.
Today: Kevin Buckley; Wolf & Clover; Adelaide Scottish Fiddle Club and Eddie Seaman.
Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]
1. Eddie Seaman: Hornpipe and jig: Calum Campbell's caprice / Bobs of Balmoral (2.29) (PM Joe L Wilson; PM Donald P MacLeod MBE) "Cave of gold" Greentrax CDTRAX409, 2021. (Digital album) [SC] [greentrax.com] [ISRC: GBBDY2140903]
2. McDonald Associates: Banish misfortune / Maid of Culmore (5.27) (Traditional; Traditional) "Canterbury Folk Festival 1979 Farewell Concert" Jolly Roger CHEST9015, 1979. (Cassette) [NZ] [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] [Ng 113, Session #9; Roud 2493, Ng 3177, folktunefinder #13251] [ISRC: NZJL07900031]
3. Willie Fraser: Stumpie / The mason's apron / Lochiel's welcome to Glasgow (1.56) (Traditional; Traditional; Traditional) "Bothy ballads: music from the North-East (Scottish tradition vol. 1)" Tangent TNGM109, 1972. (LP) [SC] [Ng 3164, MyStrathspey #1673; Ng 1230, Session #74; Ng 6893, MyStrathspey #2576]
4. William Hunter Sr & 'Peerie' Willie Johnson: Sillocks and tatties / Sleep soond in da morning (1.22) (Traditional; Traditional) "Shetland fiddle music (Scottish tradition vol. 4)" Tangent TNGM117, 1973. (LP) [ZE] [Session #11985; Session #1001]
5. Joe Milton: Tom Ward's downfall / Corney is coming / All hands around (2.41) (Traditional; Turlough O'Carolan; Traditional) "Taisce luachmhar (Valuable treasure) - the fiddle album" Cairdeas na bhFidileiri CNF011, 2021. (Digital album) [IE] [donegalfiddlemusic.ie] [Ng 1926, Session #565; Ng 397, Session #943; Ng 4376, Session #7424] [ISRC: IEBQY2100039]
6. Kevin Buckley: Sweeney's wheel (3.22) (Jackie Daly) "Big spring" Kevin Buckley 195269137663, 2022. (Digital album) [IE] [kevin-buckley.com] [Ng 4356, Session #1025] [ISRC: QM9A92041828]
7. Martin Byrnes & Reg Hall: The Duke of Leinster / The Duke of Leinster's wife (3.51) (Traditional; Traditional) "Martin Byrnes (Masters of Irish music)" Leader LEA2004, 1969. (LP) [IE] [mailto:email@example.com] [Ng 557, Session #1385; Ng 558, Session #2050]
8. Dad Crockett & Frank Hicks: Hoop-e-kack (2.28) (Thomas Allen) "The Village out west: the lost tapes of Alan Oakes (disc 1)" Smithsonian Folkways SFW40245, 2021. (Digital album) [US] [folkways.si.edu] [ISRC: USSF12024522]
9. Wolf & Clover: O'Carolan's farewell to music (7.20) (Turlough O'Carolan) "Twelvemonth and a day" Wolf & Clover 195269149345, 2022. (Digital album) [IE] [wolfandclover.com] [Ng 2206, Session #244] [ISRC: USCGH2240613]
10. Martin McGinley & Kathleen McGinley: Paul Ryan's dream / The rookery (2.44) (Traditional; Vincent Broderick) "Full circle: traditional fiddle music from Donegal" Cairdeas na bhFidileiri CNF010, 2021. (Digital album) [IE] [donegalfiddlemusic.ie] [Session #10196; Ng 1699, Session #1447] [ISRC: IEBQY2100010]
11. Adelaide Scottish Fiddle Club: Eyemouth Harbour (4.59) (Muriel A Johnstone) "Blue tassels" Adelaide Scottish Fiddle Club, 2019. (Digital album) [SC] [adelaidescottishfiddleclub.com.au]
12. The Susie Simpson Trio: Reel of the 51st Division: The drunken piper / Market chorus / Bill Cochrane / Miss Viola Robertson / Alex Muir's reel / Soldier's joy / Kate Dalrymple (4.59) (Alexander MacLeod; Traditional; Uncredited; Iain T MacPhail; Jim Johnstone; Traditional; Traditional) "Our favourite Scottish country dances" Bryansroom Recordings BRCD087, 2019. (CD) [SC] [bryansroom.co.uk] [Ng 1213, Session #2123; MyStrathspey #2532; MyStrathspey #2532; MyStrathspey #2637; MyStrathspey #7558; Session #1356; Buchanan #176.1]
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