Playlist (13). Kidnappers Ceilidh, no. 562

Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 104.7MHz FM.
Broadcast: 29/03/2020 0004-0100 NZDT
REPEATING: Tue 31/03/2020 1605-1700 NZDT.

Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music.
Today: Alan Whitbread; Stewart Hardy; Michael D Philip and Haltadans.

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

1. Iain MacInnes: Victoria Ross: Miss Victoria Ross / Lady Doll Sinclair / A'chubhag / McFarlane's lilt (3.37) (PM Willie Ross; Traditional; Traditional; Traditional) "Tryst" Greentrax CDTRAX 182, 1999. (CD) [SC] ( [Session #4640; Session #8331; -; Session #9500]

2. Haltadans: Light ida lum: Da oyster / Light ida lum (4.12) (Traditional; Maurice Henderson) "Light ida lum" Haltadans MJELG002, 2019. (CD) [ZE] (

3. Michael D Philip: Far frae hame set: Far frae hame / Bunch of currants / The skittery felty / Steven and Karlyn Carrick of Voe (3.52) (Traditional; Traditional; Michael D Philip; Michael D Philip) "An audience with The Accordion Champions: live at the Salutation Hotel, Perth" Leonard Brown LBCD015, 2019. (CD) [SC] (ttps:/) [Ng 603, Session #1164; Ng 4892, Session #3183; -; -]

4. Martin Byrnes & Reg Hall: Hitler's downfall (2.15) (Traditional) "Martin Byrnes (Masters of Irish music)" Leader LEA2004, 1969. (LP) [UK] ( [Ng 238]

5. Michael Hebbert: Star of the County Down / The American boot-dance / Jenny Lind polka (5.47) (Traditional; Traditional; James Hill) "The Rampin' Cat: songs, ballads and English country dance tunes, played on the Jeffries Duet concertina" Free Reed FRR009, 1977. (LP) [UK] ( [Roud 4801, Ng 1831, Session #4320; Roud 4801, Ng 1831, Session #4320; -]

6. Lucie Périer & Orwin Hébert: The green fields of Glentown / Dowd's reel (3.37) (Tommy Peoples; Traditional) "Apples in winter" Collectif Anémochore, 2019. (CD) [FR] ( [Ng 763, Session #671; Ng 536, Session #229]

7. Tina Steffey & Susan Trianosky: Cumberland Gap (1.51) (Traditional) "Just around the bend: survival and revival in Southern banjo sounds (disc 1)" Smithsonian Folkways SFW40207, 2019. (CD) [US] ( [Roud 3413]

8. Alan Whitbread: Worcestershire hornpipe / Enrico hornpipe (4.20) (Traditional; Traditional) "White Stocking Day: shanties and songs of the sea" Spindrift SPIN119, 2010. (CD) [EN] (

9. Stewart Hardy: The barber's pole / The locomotive / The High Level Bridge hornpipe (5.12) (James Hill; Traditional; James Hill) "The lads like beer: the fiddle music of James Hill's Tyneside" Mitchell Music MM01, 2013. (CD) [SC] ( [Session #6830; Ng 1144, Session #5382; Ng 831, VWMLDT #95935]

10. Billy Pigg: Keel row (2.09) (Traditional) "The legendary recordings" Border Keep BK17, 1988. (Cassette) [UK] [Ng 1015]

11. Eoin Ó Riabhaigh: Colonel Frazer (2.55) (Traditional) "The piper's rock: a compilation of young uillean pipers" Mulligan LUN 023, 1978. (LP) [IE] [Ng 360, Session #1209]

12. Dave Swarbrick: The Hielanman / Drowsy Maggie (2.44) (Traditional; Traditional) "Swarbrick" Transatlantic TRA337, 1976. (LP) [UK] [Session #2848; Ng 545, Session #27]

13. Dunedin Scottish Fiddle Orchestra: The Lady and Mr Chisholm: Lady Mary Ramsay / Cameron Chisholm's strathspey (2.11) (Traditional; Cameron Chisholm) "Far and wide" DSFO, 2018. (CD) [NZ] ( [Ng 1314, Session #1639; Session #4882]


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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