Playlist (14). Kidnappers Ceilidh, no. 650

Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 104.7MHz FM.
Broadcast: 2/01/2022 0004-0100 NZDT
REPEATING: Tue 4/01/2022 1605-1700 NZDT.

Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music.
Random selection including: Ken Kolodner & Elke Baker; Allison de Groot & Tatiana Hargreaves; Máirín Fahy and Dysart and Dundonald Pipe Band.

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

1. Dysart and Dundonald Pipe Band: March, strathspey & reel: Leaving Lunga / The shepherd's crook / The rookery (3.59) (John Gordon; Traditional; Traditional) "Terra incognita" Greentrax CDTRAX 296, 2006. (CD) [SC] [] [MyStrathspey #11305; Snyder #2118; -] [ISRC: GBBDY0629605]

2. Aryeh Frankfurter: The selkie (3.53) (Traditional) "Celtic harp: the morning dew" ARC Music EUCD1791, 2003. (CD) [SC] [] [Child #113, Roud 197, OBB #31] [ISRC: GBCKG0600938]

3. Ann Gray: The Broadview set: The gold ring / The price of the pig / The Broadview burglar / Gie's a glass of water (4.07) (Traditional; Traditional; Ann Gray; Traditional) "Shouting at magpies" Lochshore CDLDL1288, 1999. (CD) [IE] [] [Ng 742, Session #37; Session #4114; -; -]

4. Ken Kolodner & Elke Baker: The winter has passed / Loftus Jones (6.26) (Traditional; Turlough O'Carolan) "On a cold winter's day" Fenchurch Music 11, 2021. (Digital album) [NL] [] [-; Ng 2119, Session #640] [ISRC: QM9AA2020371]

5. The Dubliners: The rocky road to Dublin / Within a mile of Dublin (2.28) (Traditional; ) "An hour of Irish gold" Music World MWCH-6016, 1989. (CD) [Roud 3012, Ng 1690, Session #593; -]

6. Máirín Fahy: Tasmanian twilight: Ashokan farewell (3.24) (Jay Ungar) "The reel thing" Universal Music NZ UMD74047, 1998. (CD) [US] [] [Ng 90, Session #4997]

7. Allison de Groot & Tatiana Hargreaves: Eighth of January (2.46) (Traditional) "Allison de Groot and Tatiana Hargreaves" Free Dirt Records DIRT-CD-0092, 2019. (CD) [US] [] [Session #1306] [ISRC: USFVZ1900001]

8. Arnie Naiman & Chris Coole: Ducks on the pond (2.16) (Traditional) "Five strings attached with no backing" Merriweather M01CA, 1997. (CD) [] [TMLotm #2917]

9. Pitt Ramsay: Old Joe Clark (2.03) (Traditional) "Highlights from the National Banjo Pickers Convention Easter 1968" Kiwi SLC- 66, 1968. (LP) [NZ] [] [Roud 3594]

10. Marcus Turner: Soldier's joy / Fairy dance (1.31) (Traditional; Nathaniel Gow) "Christchurch Folk Festival, 1977: informal concerts" Jolly Roger CHEST9005, 1977. (Cassette) [NZ] [] [Session #1356; Ng 593, Session #424] [ISRC: NZJL07700066]

11. Dominig Bouchaud: The redhaired boy / The pullet (3.21) (Traditional; Traditional) "Vibrations: Dominig Bouchaud - harpe celtique" Keltia Musique KMCD 03, 1987. (CD) [IE] [] [Ng 1655, Session #566; Ng 2934, Session #8003] [ISRC: FRY478700301]

12. Billy Atkinson: Hexham races / Stool of repentance (1.57) (Traditional; Traditional) "Bonny North Tyne: Northumbrian country music" Topic 12TS239, 1974. (LP) [EN] [] [Ng 342, Session #1248; Session #1138] [ISRC: GBBHW7423906]

13. Fife Strathspey and Reel Society: The Royal Scots polka / Annan polka (3.26) (PM William ML Denholm; 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 #2823; folktunefinder #1322]

14. Jim MacLeod and his band: Schiehallion: Manchester Caledonian / The miller o' Hirn / Angus Campbell / The bride's reel (3.02) (Jimmy Shand MBE; James Scott Skinner; James Scott Skinner; James Scott Skinner) "Jim MacLeod's golden hour of Scottish dancing" Pye GH 536, 1965. (LP) [SC] [MyStrathspey #2140; -; Snyder #1080; MyStrathspey #2511]

Child: Francis James Child, The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (1882-1898).
OBB: Oxford book of ballads (1911)

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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