Traditional Irish Music
Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 104.7MHz FM.
Broadcast: 1/11/2020 0004-0100 NZDT
REPEATING: Tue 3/11/2020 1605-1700 NZDT.
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Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music.
Today: Entrada; Barry and the Crumpets; Doc & Merle Watson and Matthew Alexander.
Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]
1. Entrada: The Manchester weasel / The twenty-ninth of March (3.20) (Tessa White; Traditional) "Entrada" Entrada, 2020. (CD) [NZ] (https://www.facebook.com/EntradaDuo)
2. Barry and the Crumpets: Kitchen girl (2.39) (Traditional) "A good keen band: rip-roarin', yee-hawin' dance music" Barry and the Crumpets, 2020. (CD) [NZ] (https://barryandthecrumpets.bandcamp.com) [TMLotm #5709]
3. April Macaulay & Myles Macaulay: Accordion and fiddle duet: Willie Coleman's jig / Morrison's jig (3.03) (Willie Coleman; Traditional) "An audience with The Accordion Champions: live at the Salutation Hotel, Perth" Leonard Brown LBCD015, 2019. (CD) [SC] () [Ng 2075, Session #476; Ng 1343, Session #71]
4. Jack Armstrong & Patricia Jennings: Oh dear, what can the matter be (1.45) (Traditional) "The Northumbrian small pipes" Mortonsound MTN3073, 1970. (LP) [UK]
5. Cinder Well: Queen of the earth, child of the skies (3.00) (Traditional) "No summer" Free Dirt Records DIRT-CD-0098, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://freedirt.net) [Session #14666]
6. Hingin' By A Threed: The Kesh jig / Irish washer woman (2.30) (Traditional; Traditional) "Hingin' By A Threed" Hingin' By A Threed E96D0659, 2019. (CD) [SC] (https://www.hinginbyathreed.com) [Ng 1022, Session #55; Ng 897, Session #92]
7. Stewart Hardy: The Hawk (2.34) (James Hill) "The lads like beer: the fiddle music of James Hill's Tyneside" Mitchell Music MM01, 2013. (CD) [SC] (https://www.theladslikebeer.com) [Ng 813, Session #3146]
8. Green Ginger: Royal Scotch quadrilles no. 2: Lady Elizabeth Cole's reel (1.07) ('Red' Robert McIntosh) "Royal Scotch quadrilles by Thomas Wilson from The Danciad, 1824" Green Ginger Band, 2000. (CD) [EN] (https://greengingerband.co.uk)
9. Doc & Merle Watson: Black pine waltz (2.32) (Traditional) "Songs Doc didn't sing" FLi CD3001-2, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://fliartists.com/fli-records)
10. Matthew Alexander: Couple of Hats boogie (2.54) (Matthew Alexander) "Soul River compilation" Caravan Records CAR-007-A, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://alexandertunes.com)
11. Wolf & Clover: The suitor set: Emma's waltz / Lonesome eyes / Four kisses (6.40) (Traditional; Jerry Holland; Patrick Ourceau) "Live at the Silvan Sessions" Wolf & Clover, 2020. (CD) [US] (http://www.wolfandclover.com) [Session #6030; Snyder #5410; Session #1776]
12. James Galway and The Chieftains: Three hornpipes: Eugene Stratton / The banks / Arthur's Seat (3.20) (James Scott Skinner; Parazotti; James Scott Skinner) "Over the sea to Skye - the celtic connection" RCA Victor RLS60424, 1990. (LP) [US] [Ng 3553, Session #8176; Ng 116, Session #922; Ng 2224, Session #3122]
13. Tumbling Tom: Double lead through / La Bastringue (2.45) ((Alexandre) Charles Lecocq; Traditional) "Beats working" Tumbling Tom, 1999. (CD) [EN] (http://www.tumblingtom.co.uk) [Session #11528; Session #3052]
14. The Border Directors & Peter Hawkey: Till the tide comes in / The pear tree (2.47) (James Hill; James Hill) "Lowp till ye cowp: music in the tradition from Northumberland and the Borders" Laidly Worm WORM012, 2014. (CD) [EN] (mailto:email@example.com) [Ng 235, Session #1985; Session #5754]
15. The Simon Howie Scottish Dance Band: Eva three step: The hills of Kowloon / The Queen's welcome to Duart Castle (2.31) (PM A McIntosh; Calum MacLean) "The 2020 sound" Findony Music HOWIE04CD, 2019. (CD) [SC] (https://simonhowiedance.band/) [-; MyStrathspey #5242]
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