Traditional Irish Music
Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 104.7MHz FM.
REPEATING: Tue 19/10/2021 1605-1700 NZDT.
STREAMING LIVE: radiokidnappers.org.nz/Programmes/Details.aspx?PID=0aed8b81-7438-4da5-b2f9-d5dfc3ef3447
Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music.
Today: Patrick & Sean O'Sullivan; Andy Irvine; Martin McGinley and Adeline.
Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]
1. Dr Angus MacDonald: Barabel Phadraig / Donald Willie and his dog / The price of the pig (2.04) (Traditional; PM Donald Morrison; Traditional) "The Temple sampler: 20 great tracks from Temple Records" Temple COMD2049, 1992. (CD) [templerecords.co.uk] [Session #8075; Session #3019; Session #4114]
2. Neil Barron and his Scottish Dance Band: Shirley's strathspey: Sicklinghall / Tom Dey / Reith's clarionet (3.16) (Neil Barron; James Scott Skinner; James Scott Skinner) "The Leeds golden collection" RSCDSLeeds LEEDS50CD, 2014. (CD) [SC] [rscdsleeds.uk] [MyStrathspey #12582; Snyder #1852; MyStrathspey #10497]
3. Bill Jones & Angela Faulkner: The flower of the quern / The keel row / Banks of Allenwater (4.22) (James Scott Skinner; Traditional; Traditional) "New horizon: Northumbrian pipers" NPS NPS 1, 1988. (LP) [SC] [Session #6738; Ng 1015, Session #3637; -]
4. Martin McGinley: The Spey in spate / The fairy reel (2.09) (James Scott Skinner; Nathaniel Gow) "Full circle: traditional fiddle music from Donegal" Cairdeas na bhFidileiri CNF010, 2021. (Digital album) [SC] [donegalfiddlemusic.ie] [Ng 1806, Session #2602; Ng 593, Session #424] [ISRC: IEBQY2100009]
5. Derek Bell: Sean O'Raighilligh (1.43) (Turlough O'Carolan) "Carolan's receipt" Shanachie 79013, 1987. (Cassette) [IE] [mailto:email@example.com] [folktunefinder #14916]
6. Patrick & Sean O'Sullivan: The dawn / The maid of Mount Kisco (2.52) (Traditional; Paddy Killoran) "Taisce luachmhar (Valuable treasure) - the fiddle album" Cairdeas na bhFidileiri CNF011, 2021. (Digital album) [IE] [donegalfiddlemusic.ie] [Ng 474, Session #8214; Ng 1197, Session #432] [ISRC: IEBQY2100036]
7. Andy Irvine: The drunken sailor (3.31) (Traditional) "Old dog long road vol. 2, 1961-2015 (disc 1)" Andy Irvine AK-9, 2020. (Digital album) [IE] [andyirvine.com] [Ng 692, Session #3453] [ISRC: IEDXR2000005]
8. Boys of the Lough: I'll buy boots for Maggie / O'Connor's polka (2.38) (Traditional; Traditional) "Regrouped" Flying Fish FF225, 1980. (LP) [IE] [rounder.com] [Ng 2975, Session #1169; Ng 3745, Session #2097]
9. Al Petteway: Sligo Creek (3.28) (Al Petteway) "Caledon wood: acoustic guitar" Maggie's Music MMCD217, 1998. (CD) [maggiesmusic.com]
10. Adeline: Whitehorse breakdown (3.42) (Bill Monroe) "Adeline" Owl Music OWL001, 2021. (Digital album) [US] [adelineoldtime.com] [ISRC: CA08T14007013]
11. Jacqeline Dick, Bruce Turnbull & H Russell: Lass o' Lowrie / Banjo breakdown / High road to Linton (3.19) (Wilkie Graham; ; Traditional) "The fiddle sounds of Fife: a selection of traditional Scottish music played by the Fife Strathspey and Reel Society" Kettle Records KOP5, 1980. (LP) [SC] [MyStrathspey #6110; MyStrathspey #86; Ng 1055, Session #1118]
12. Buddy MacMaster: The way to Judique / Compliments to the Boys of the Lough / The Canadian Club jig / The hills of Glenorchy / Walking the floor (5.15) (Traditional; Frank Ferrel; Frank Ferrel; Traditional; John Chisholm) "The heart of Cape Breton: fiddle music recorded live along the ceilidh trail" Smithsonian Folkways SFW CD 40491, 2002. (CD) [folkways.si.edu] [Session #251; Session #14015; Snyder #274; Ng 1490, Session #842; Session #1739] [ISRC: USSF10249105]
13. The Chieftains: Away we go again: Tarbolton / Lucy Campbell / Carolan's receipt for drinking / Tomgraney Castle / The dark haired lass / The morning star (6.21) (Traditional; Traditional; Turlough O'Carolan; Traditional; ; Traditional) "The Chieftains 7" Claddagh SBP237199, 1977. (LP) [IE] [crl.ie] [Ng 1878, Session #560; Ng 1168, Session #1552; Ng 1438, Session #1493; Ng 3247, Session #1927; Ng 466; Ng 1342, Session #828]
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