Playlist (13). Kidnappers Ceilidh, no. 685

Radio Hawke's Bay (NZ) 104.7MHz FM.
BROADCAST: Sat 3/09/2022 0004-0100 NZST.
STREAMING LIVE: radiohawkesbay.org.nz/Programmes/Details.aspx?PID=0aed8b81-7438-4da5-b2f9-d5dfc3ef3447

Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music.
Today: Therese McInerney & Marian Curtin; Hannah O'Brien & Grant Flick; Bríd Harper and Mark Sullivan.

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

1. Gary West: Flooers o' the forest (3.29) (Traditional) "The flooers o' the forest, disc 1: songs and music of Flodden" Greentrax CDTRAX1513, 2013. (CD) [SC] [greentrax.com] [Roud 3812] [ISRC: GBBDY1351315]

2. Mark Sullivan: Evelyn Stinson's hornpipe (2.59) (Mark Sullivan) "Promenade home" Mark Sullivan 196834682724, 2022. (Digital album) [CA] [marksullivan.ca] [ISRC: QZES92256911]

3. Shipdham Band: The foggy dew / The sailor cut down in his prime (3.09) (Traditional; Traditional) "English country music" Topic 12T296, 1976. (LP) [EN] [topicrecords.co.uk] [Laws #O03, Roud 558; Laws #B01, Roud 2, DT #350]

4. Alistair Anderson: The kid on the mountain (2.29) (Traditional) "Alistair Anderson plays English concertina" Trailer LER2074, 1972. (LP) [IE] [Ng 1023, Session #52]

5. Therese McInerney & Marian Curtin: The West Clare Railway / The Galtee reel / Tomín O'Dea's reel (3.09) (Junior Crehan; Junior Crehan; Junior Crehan) "The youth that belonged to Miltown" Therese McInerney TAM001, 2022. (Digital album) [IE] [theresemcinerney.com] [Ng 4025, Session #10091; Ng 691; Ng 2333, Session #1986] [ISRC: IENXX2200005]

6. Bríd Harper: The Salamanca / The shaskeen (3.39) (Traditional; Traditional) "Inis" Bríd Harper, 2022. (CD) [IE] [bridharper.com] [Ng 1719, Session #99; Ng 1758, Session #615] [ISRC: FR9W12136468]

7. Festy Conlan: The first house in Connaught / Miss McLeod (2.20) (Traditional; Traditional) "The breeze from Erin: Irish folk music on wind instruments" Topic 12T184, 1969. (LP) [IE] [topicrecords.co.uk] [Ng 632, Session #2601; Ng 1310, Session #75]

8. Hobart Smith: Cindy / The girl I left behind me / John Hardy (4.35) (Traditional; Anonymous; Anonymous) "The old timey rap: a collection of American songs and instrumentals" Topic 12T187, 1969. (LP) [US] [topicrecords.co.uk] [Roud 836, Randolph #564; Ng 2885, Buchanan #177.1; Laws #I02, Roud 3262, DT #656]

9. Anna Falkenau: Richmond (2.22) (Traditional) "Féileacán na saoirse: traditional fiddle = The butterfly of freedom" Scroll Music SM1401, 2014. (Digital album) [US] [annafalkenau.com] [ISRC: IEJUS1400006]

10. Hannah O'Brien & Grant Flick: Helmsburg (2.52) (Grant Flick) "Windward" Hannah O'Brien & Grant Flick 649288422328, 2021. (Digital album) [US] [obrienflickmusic.com]

11. Moving Hearts: The storm: The storm in the teashirt / The staff in the baggot (4.11) (Davy Spillane; Donal Lunny) "The storm" Tara TARA3014, 1985. (LP) [IE] [-; Session #11301]

12. Canterbury Crutchings Bush and Ceilidh Band: Two reels and a jig: Corriechoillie's welcome / I'll gang nae mair tae yon toon / Atholl Highlanders (2.59) (PM Willie Ross; Traditional; Traditional) "Wellington Folk Festival 1974: Final concert, reel 1" Private recording, 1974. (Audiotape) [NZ] [TUNEdb #7775; TUNEdb #11741; Ng 92, Session #107]

13. Jim MacLeod and his band: Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh / Bonnie Banchory / The blacksmith (5.28) (John Robertson; James Scott Skinner; Traditional) "Jim MacLeod's golden hour of Scottish dancing" Pye GH536, 1965. (LP) [SC] [MyStrathspey #441; MyStrathspey #146; MyStrathspey #3424] [ISRC: GBELT1208421]

References:
Laws: G. Malcolm Laws, Jr., Native American Balladry (1964); and American Ballads from British Broadsides (1957).
Roud: vwml.org
Ng: irishtune.info
MyStrathspey: my.strathspey.org/dd/tune/
Randolph: Vance Randolph, Ozark Folksongs (1946-1950)
Session: thesession.org/tunes/
TUNEdb: tunedb.woodenflute.com/tunedb

Radio Hawke's Bay 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 Hawke's Bay programmes and broadcasters visit radiohawkesbay.org.nz/Programmes/

Mitch and Robyn Park
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