Playlist (14). Kidnappers Ceilidh, no. 614

Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 104.7MHz FM.
Broadcast: 11/04/2021 0004-0100 NZST
REPEATING: Tue 13/04/2021 1605-1700 NZST.

Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music.
Today: Sierra Hull; The Kana Street Kilties; Green Ginger and Fidil.

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

1. Alec Kerr, Willie Fraser & Charlie Bremner: The stool of repentance (1.02) (Traditional) "Bothy ballads: music from the North-East (Scottish tradition vol. 1)" Tangent TNGM109, 1972. (LP) [SC]  [Session #1138]

2. The Kana Street Kilties: The landlord (2.49) (Alexander T Cameron) "The drunken piper of Banvie" Kana St Kilties, 2017. (Digital album) [NZ] []

3. Jimmy O'Brien-Moran: Eamonn's yellow wattle / An buchaill dreoite (1.50) (Traditional; Traditional) "The piper's rock: a compilation of young uillean pipers" Mulligan LUN 023, 1978. (LP) [IE]  [-; Ng 3704, Session #1772]

4. Billy Pigg: Water of Tyne / Jane of Biddlestone (2.00) (Traditional; Billy Pigg) "The legendary recordings" Border Keep BK17, 1988. (Cassette) [EN]  [Roud 1364, Session #6792; -]

5. Willie Clancy: The morning dew / The woman of the house (2.24) (Traditional; Traditional) "The breeze from Erin: Irish folk music on wind instruments" Topic 12T184, 1969. (LP) [IE] [] [Ng 1340, Session #69; Ng 2082, Session #321]

6. Fidil: When the ship leaves the harbour (6.23) (Traditional) "Decade" Raelach Records RR017, 2019. (CD) [IE] [] [Ng 7725]

7. Martin Byrnes & Reg Hall: Farewell to Ireland / Irish Molly (4.26) (Traditional; Traditional) "Martin Byrnes (Masters of Irish music)" Leader LEA2004, 1969. (LP) [IE] [] [Ng 608, Session #33; Ng 1732, Session #96]

8. Sierra Hull: Mountain strings (3.42) (F Wakefield) "Industrial strength bluegrass: southwestern Ohio's musical legacy" Smithsonian Folkways, 2021. (Digital album) [US] []

9. Green Ginger: Mungo's delight (4.10) (Ignatius Sancho) "Four dances from Ignatius Sancho’s Twelve country dances of 1779" Green Ginger Band, 2000. (Digital album)  [EN] []

10. Coleman Country Traditional Society: The Killavil jig / The lilting banshee / The kid on the mountain (2.57) (Traditional; Traditional; Traditional) "Music from the Coleman country" Leader LEA 2044, 1972. (LP) [IE] [] [Ng 1025, Session #667; Ng 1124, Session #60; Ng 1023, Session #52]

11. Jimmy Cook Band: Sarah Craig's polka / Kathy's fancy (1.53) (Ken Allen; Ken Allen) "Bold Endeavour" CU Jimmy! Productions CUJ1, 1993. (Cassette) [NZ] []

12. Paddy Moloney & Sean Potts: Port na bPúcai (4.00) (Traditional) "Tin whistles" Claddagh CC15, 1974. (LP) [IE] [] [Ng 1608]

13. Séamus Walshe: Poppy leaf / Rossinver braes (3.28) (Traditional; Charlie Lennon) "Turas" Séamus Walshe, 2014. (CD) [US] [] [Ng 1607, Session #1058; Ng 4093]

14. The Kokatahi Band: Maori canoe song: Hoea ra te waka nei / Po atarau (2.39) (Paraire Tomoana; M:Clement Scott W:Maewa Kaihau) "On tour / Pride of the West Coast: Two albums from The Kokatahi Band" Kiwi CD SLC-273, 2009. (CD) [NZ] []


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

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Hastings, NEW ZEALAND 4122.        +64-6-8785395

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