Playlist (15). Kidnappers Ceilidh, no. 581

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Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music. Today: a random traditional selection with Matt Molloy, Paul Brady, Tommy Peoples; Gordon Bok & Bob Zentz; The Phoenix Dance Band and Gabe O'Sullivan.

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

1. Pipes and Drums of the Royal Ulster Constabulary: MSR: The Highland wedding / Atholl Cummers / Loch Carron (5.11) (Angus MacKay; Traditional; David C Mather) "World Pipe Band Championships 2001, vol 2" Monarch CDMON 846, 2001. (CD) [SC] ( [MyStrathspey #11837; Session #1749; -]

2. Crooked Jack: Chinese melodeon set: The Royal Scots polka / The fairy dance (2.35) (PM William ML Denholm; Nathaniel Gow) "An audience with Crooked Jack & Billy McGuire: a night in a Scottish pub" Lochshore CDLOC1098, 1996. (CD) [SC] ( [MyStrathspey #2823; Ng 593, Session #424]

3. Gordon Bok & Bob Zentz: All around my hat / Red-haired Mary / Irish washerwoman (2.00) (Traditional; Traditional; Traditional) "Together again for the first time (disc 1)" Timberhead Music THDCD21, 2017. (CD) [US] ( [Roud 22518; Ng 4268, Session #993; Ng 897, Session #92]

4. Diana Blackett-Ord: Westering home (1.39) (Hugh S Roberton) "Wild hills o' Wannie: the small pipes of Northumbria" Topic 12TS227, 1974. (LP) [UK] ( [Buchanan #539.1]

5. Matt Molloy, Paul Brady, Tommy Peoples: Fergal O'Gara / The cloon (2.09) (Traditional; Traditional) "Matt Molloy, Paul Brady, Tommy Peoples" Private recording, 2008. (CD) [IE] [Ng 613, Session #234; Ng 343, Session #2660]

6. Gabe O'Sullivan: The green blanket (1.43) (Traditional) "It was great altogether: the continuing tradition of Irish music in London (disc 2) (The voice of the people)" Topic TSCD680T, 2015. (CD) [UK] ( [Ng 317, Session #12466]

7. Maurice Bradley: Balmoral Highlanders (3.42) (Angus MacKay) "The fiddle music of Donegal (vol. 2)" Cairdeas na bhFidileiri CNF002, 2000. (CD) [IE] ( [MyStrathspey #6898]

8. Danny Meehan: Rocking the cradle (2.21) (Traditional) "Drimalost and beyond: traditional fiddle music from Donegal (disc 1)" Cairdeas na bhFidileiri CNF008, 2011. (CD) [IE] ( [Ng 2634, Session #5159]

9. The Phoenix Dance Band: Alexandra Park / Mount Hills / Gånglåt från Mockfjärd (4.35) (Traditional; Traditional; Traditional) "All fired up" Firebird Records FBR005, 2016. (CD) [UK] ( [Session #12522; Session #1935; FolkWiki #988]

10. The Dubliners: Roisin dubh (4.07) (Traditional) "The Dubliners in concert" Viking GGLA0389, 1966. (LP) [NZ] [Ng 1694, Session #4184]

11. Karlshamm's Folk Music & Dance Group: Engelska 1 (2.08) "The music of Sweden" ARC Music EUCD1718, 2002. (CD) [UK] ( [FolkWiki #3723]

12. The High Level Ranters: The Marquis of Waterford / Bottle Bank / The hawk (3.27) (James Hill; James Hill; James Hill) "Ranting lads" Topic 12TS297, 1976. (LP) [UK] ( [Session #6832; Session #7429; Ng 813, Session #3146]

13. Gallowglass Ceili Band: O'Connor's favourite / Humours of Castle Bernard (2.31) (Traditional; Traditional) "Wearin' of the green: traditional Irish rhythms in strict tempo for dancing" Columbia 33MS 1090, 1959. (LP) [US] [O'Neill 1850 #1715; Ng 4880]

14. Tony McManus: Sean o Duibhir a Ghleanna (3.12) (Traditional) "Pourquoi Quebec?" Greentrax CDTRAX 151, 1998. (CD) [SC] ( [Ng 3873]

15. James Galway and The Chieftains: Lillibulero / The white cockade (2.14) (Traditional; Traditional) "Over the sea to Skye the celtic connection" RCA Victor RLS60424, 1990. (LP) [US] [Roud 3038, Ng 3334, Session #1069; Roud 484, Ng 3335, Session #2479]

Buchanan: Tom Buchanan's Scottish Tome
O'Neill 1850: O'Neill's Music of Ireland (1903)

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attributions wrong.
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