Playlist (13). Kidnappers Ceilidh, no. 639

Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 104.7MHz FM.
REPEATING: Tue 19/10/2021 1605-1700 NZDT.

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) [] [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] [] [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] [] [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] [] [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] [] [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] [] [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] [] [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) []

10. Adeline: Whitehorse breakdown (3.42) (Bill Monroe) "Adeline" Owl Music OWL001, 2021. (Digital album) [US] [] [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) [] [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] [] [Ng 1878, Session #560; Ng 1168, Session #1552; Ng 1438, Session #1493; Ng 3247, Session #1927; Ng 466; Ng 1342, Session #828]


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

Mitch and Robyn Park
(Folk on Sunday and Kidnappers Ceilidh, Radio Kidnappers 1431AM & 104.7FM)
1214 Louie Street
Hastings, NEW ZEALAND 4122. +64-6-8785395

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