Traditional Irish Music
Radio Hawke's Bay (NZ) 104.7MHz FM.
BROADCAST: Sat 5/11/2022 0004-0100 NZDT.
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Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music.
Today: Downunderdogs; Niels Gedge; Across the Great Divide and You, Me, Everybody.
Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]
1. Martin A'Court & Robyn Park: Jenny Lind polka (1.39) (James Hill) "A session for John" Private recording, 2019. (Digital album) [NZ]
2. The McDades: November 8th (3.49) (S Johnson, J McDade, S McDade) "The Empress" Free Radio Records FRCD-007, 2021. (Digital album) [CA] [themcdades.com] [ISRC: CAF392100011]
3. Simon Mayor: Mad as a March hare (3.05) (Simon Mayor) "Winter with mandolins" Acoustics Records CDACS015, 1992. (CD) [EN] [acousticsrecords.co.uk]
4. You, Me, Everybody: How many squirrels (3.04) (Sam Frangos-Rhodes & Nat Torkington) "Southern sky" Second Hand Records, 2021. (CD) [NZ] [wemavericks.com.au] [ISRC: NZRI12003814]
5. Across the Great Divide: Kettlewink (3.09) (Tony Burt) "Beyond shadow" Curio Music ATGD002, 2020. (CD) [NZ] [acrossthegreatdivide.website] [ISRC: QZNWU2187754]
6. Niels Gedge: Memory and longing (3.17) (Niels Gedge) "Maui's whale" Niels Gedge, 2014. (CD) [NZ] [nielsgedge.com] [ISRC: NZRI11400874]
7. Downunderdogs: Mack's reel / Rangitikei polka (3.04) (Jack McKenzie; Jack McKenzie) "Downunderdogs live at the bottom of the planet" Downunderdogs, 2021. (CD) [NZ] [downunderdogsnz.net]
8. Con Cassidy: The speaking waltz (3.49) (Traditional) "Con Cassidy vol. 2: traditional fiddle music from Donegal (disc 1)" Cairdeas na bhFidileiri CNF013, 2022. (Digital album) [EN] [donegalfiddlemusic.ie] [Ng 5382, Session #12014] [ISRC: IEBQY2200003]
9. Bríd Harper: Caoineadh Uí Dhomhnaill / Jenny's welcome to Charlie (5.49) (Traditional; Traditional) "Inis" Bríd Harper, 2022. (CD) [ND] [bridharper.com] [Ng 1083, Session #19635; Ng 929, Session #370] [ISRC: FR9W12136466]
10. Steeleye Span: Jigs: Tansey's fancy / The bride's favourite (3.09) (Traditional; Traditional) "Below the salt" Chrysalis Records CLY-34716, 1972. (LP) [IE] [Session #1766; Ng 225, Session #3746]
11. Brian Hughes & Dave Sheridan: Air & jigs: A man's a man for a' that / The road to Banff / Muineira de Rengos (4.12) (M:Traditional W:Robert Burns; Traditional; Traditional) "However long the day" Brian Hughes, 2022. (Digital album) [SC] [brianhughes1.bandcamp.com] [MyStrathspey #1066; Session #4435; -]
12. The Charlie Jemmett Scottish Country Dance Band: Minard Castle: Grinder's hornpipe / Liverpool hornpipe / The navvie (5.55) (J Connachan; Traditional; James Hill) "RSCDS Summer School, Marton, 1975-76, final night" Private recording, 1976. (Cassette) [NZ] [MyStrathspey #628; Ng 1140, Session #1500; MyStrathspey #2152]
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