Playlist (16). Kidnappers Ceilidh, no. 634

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Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music.
Today: Brad Kolodner; Michael Gorman & Margaret Barry; The Kokatahi Band and Danny Meehan.

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

1. The Band of 51 Highland Brigade & The Pipes and Drums of 3 Bn The Black Watch: The 42nd march (Wha saw the 42nd) / Farewell to 3rd Black Watch (1.27) (Traditional; PM Peter N Snaddon) "Piping all over the world: 30th anniversary of KRL (disc 1)" Monarch CDDMD6002, 2008. (CD) [SC] [] [TUNEdb #13965; -]

2. George Sutherland: Da floo'ers o' Edinburgh / Soldier's joy (2.30) (James Oswald; Traditional) "Shetland fiddle music (Scottish tradition vol. 4)" Tangent TNGM117, 1973. (LP) [SC] [Ng 642, Buchanan #150.1; Session #1356]

3. Gordon Duncan: Song & 3 reels: An mhaighdean mhara / Tain in the rain / Cape Breton fiddlers' welcome to Scotland / Ash City (3.49) (Traditional; Gordon Duncan; Willie Hunter; Gordon Duncan) "The piping concert: Celtic connections" Lochshore CDLDL1270, 1997. (CD) [SC] [] [-; Session #17914; Ng 2221, Session #1048; Session #9724]

4. Carole Robb & Anthony Robb: Long, long ago / Dorrington lads / Mount your baggage (3.45) (Thomas Haynes Bayly; Traditional; Traditional) "New horizon: Northumbrian pipers" NPS NPS 1, 1988. (LP) [EN] [folktunefinder #136743; Session #3426; Folktunefinder #135737]

5. Michael Gorman, Margaret Barry, Pat Howley & Tommy McGuire: The bunch of keys (2.23) (Traditional) "Irish music in London pubs, edited by Peter Siegel" Folkways FW03575, 1965. (Digital album) [IE] [] [Ng 245, Session #344] [ISRC: USSF16557514]

6. Séamus Ennis: The boys of Bluehill / Dunphy's hornpipe (4.08) (Traditional; Traditional) "The wandering minstrel: Séamus Ennis uillean pipes" Topic 12TS250, 1974. (LP) [IE] [] [Ng 207, Session #651; Ng 561, Session #1980]

7. Katie Howson & Jeannie Harris: Captain White's jig / Paddy Godden's Lancers (4.57) (Traditional; Traditional) "Unbuttoned" Old Hat Music OH4CD, 1998. (CD) [EN] [] [Ng 7343, Buchanan #272.2; -]

8. Brad Kolodner: Julianne Johnson (2.58) (Traditional) "Chimney swifts" Fenchurch Music FEN-ED-12, 2021. (Digital album) [US] []

9. The Kokatahi Band: Home on the range / Untitled (2.35) (M:Daniel E Kelley W:Dr Brewster Higley; Uncredited) "On tour / Pride of the West Coast: Two albums from The Kokatahi Band" Kiwi CD SLC-273, 2009. (CD) [NZ] [] [Roud 3599; -]

10. Danny Meehan: Sailor's hornpipe / The sailor on the rock (1.59) (Traditional; Traditional) "Drimalost and beyond: traditional fiddle music from Donegal (disc 1)" Cairdeas na bhFidileiri CNF008, 2011. (CD) [IE] [] [Ng 1718, Session #272; Ng 1715, Session #765]

11. Seamus Tansey & Eddie Corcoran: Boil the breakfast early (1.37) (Traditional) "The breeze from Erin: Irish folk music on wind instruments" Topic 12T184, 1969. (LP) [IE] [] [Ng 187, Session #3]

12. Bonnie Rideout: Mac Caoidh chonasain / Ha-da-lolal-O / Carn á ghille / Glaisrig / Gruagachean (2.32) (Traditional; Traditional; Traditional; Traditional; Traditional) "Soft May morn: music from the North Highlands & Western Isles of Scotland" Maggie's Music MMCD208, 1994. (CD) [SC] []

13. Coleman Country Traditional Society: The musical priest (1.20) (Traditional) "Music from the Coleman country" Leader LEA 2044, 1972. (LP) [IE] [] [Ng 1384]

14. Paddy Moloney & Sean Potts: The piper's chair / The gander at the pratie hole (2.17) (Traditional; Traditional) "Tin whistles" Claddagh CC15, 1974. (LP) [IE] [] [Ng 3045; Ng 697]

15. Alistair Anderson & Fennig's All-Star String Band: Hold on / Miss Fenwick's reel / Lads of Leith / Up and run away (2.46) (Traditional; Traditional; Traditional; Traditional) "The good old way: British folk music today" Topic TPSS412, 1980. (LP) [SC] [] [-; -; Kerr 4 #101; Session #11624]

16. The Charlie Jemmett Scottish Country Dance Band: Neidpath Castle: Loudon's bonnie woods / Rose among the heather (3.08) (Traditional; Traditional) "RSCDS Summer School, Marton, 1975-76, final night" Private recording, 1976. (Cassette) [NZ] [MyStrathspey #1026; MyStrathspey #1542]

Buchanan: Tom Buchanan's Scottish Tome
Kerr 4: Kerr's fourth collection of merry melodies for the violin

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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