Playlist (12). Kidnappers Ceilidh, no. 672

Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 104.7MHz FM.
BROADCAST: Sun 5/06/2022 0004-0100 NZST.
REPEATING: Tue 7/06/2022 1605-1700 NZST.
Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music. This time: Queen's Birthday festival.
Today: The Kokatahi Band; Entrada; Kevin Burke and John Ridout's Friends.

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

1. Kevin Burke: Biddy Martin's / Ger the rigger / Bill Sullivan's polka (3.15) (Traditional; Traditional; Terry 'Cuz' Teahan) "If the cap fits" Mulligan LUN021, 2008. (Digital album) [IE] [Ng 146; Ng 713, Session #1367; Ng 152] [ISRC: USLRA0802106]

2. John Ridout's Friends: Dunphy's hornpipe / Off to California (4.39) (Traditional; Traditional) "A session for John" Private recording, 2019. (Digital album) [NZ] [Ng 561, BBS #70; Ng 1445, Session #30]

3. The Hexhamshire Lasses: Roslyn Castle (2.58) (Traditional) "A journey home" Helen Capes, 2006. (CD) [NZ] [] [MyStrathspey #5650]

4. The Kokatahi Band: Listen to the mocking bird (2.17) (Alice Hawthorne) "The centenary album" Kiwi CD SLC-274, 2009. (CD) [NZ] [] [Roud 8079] [ISRC: NZKP00916008]

5. Northumberland Down Under team: E rere ra te Matangi / Pokarekare ana (2.20) (Traditional; Traditional) "Northumberland down under: New Zealand tour 2001" Private recording, 2004. (Cassette) [NZ]

6. The Pipes and Drums of Innes Tartan: Three retreats: The green hills of Tyrol / Dream valley of Glendaruel / When the battle's o'er (3.07) (Traditional; PM John A McLellan; PM William Robb) "Mull of Kintyre and other pipe band hits" Music World MALPS468, 1978. (LP) [NZ] [Session #3598; MyStrathspey #6680; Session #8724] [ISRC: AUV401481585]

7. Entrada: Farrago: Muiñera de Vilanova / Farrago (4.53) (Traditional; Tessa White) "Entrada" Entrada, 2020. (CD) [NZ] [] [ISRC: NZRI11904597]

8. Don Maclennan: June apple (1.25) (Traditional) "Hamilton Easter Folk Festival 1975" Private recording T58, 1975. (Audiotape) [NZ] [Session #7237]

9. Port Nicholson Bluegrass Band: John Hardy OBS: John Hardy / Orange Blossom Special (4.53) (AP "Doc" Carter; Ervin T Rouse) "Wellington Folk Festival 1974: Final concert, reel 1" Private recording, 1974. (Audiotape) [NZ] [Laws #I02, DT #656; -]

10. Winnie Winston: Waltz a little (2.28) (Winnie Winston) "Misty morn" Great Auk, 2005. (CD) [NZ] [ISRC: USHM20784722]

11. The Charlie Jemmett Scottish Country Dance Band: Cadgers in the Canongate: John McNeil / High road to Linton / Deveron reel (6.57) (Peter Milne; Traditional; Traditional) "RSCDS Summer School, Marton, 1975-76, final night" Private recording, 1976. (Cassette) [NZ] [Snyder #1073; Ng 1055, Session #1118; Session #5499]

12. Peter Neumegen & Mark Sanders: Inisheer (3.56) (Thomas Walsh) "The journey begins" Kea Music, 2004. (CD) [NZ] [] [Ng 893]

Laws: G. Malcolm Laws, Jr., Native American Balladry (1964); and American Ballads from British Broadsides (1957).
BBS: Begged, borrowed and stolen

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. For more on Radio Kidnappers programmes and broadcasters visit

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Hastings, NEW ZEALAND 4122. +64-6-8785395

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