Playlist (20). Kidnappers Ceilidh, no. 600

Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 104.7MHz FM.
Broadcast: 3/01/2021 0004-0100 NZDT
REPEATING: Tue 5/01/2021 1605-1700 NZDT.
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Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music. This time: the 20 most-recorded tunes in our catalogue. The focus is the lead tune in each set and Item 20 is our most-recorded tune. Not all sets are played in full.

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

1. MacArthur Family: Fisher's hornpipe from Kitchen dance: Fisher's hornpipe / Turkey in the straw / Petronella / Haste to the wedding / Peekaboo waltz (5.17) (W:Rose Holden; ; Traditional; Traditional; Traditional; Traditional) "MacArthur Road" Front Hall FHR040CD, 1989. (CD) [US] [-; Ng 2460, Session #872; -; Ng 5389, Session #1083; Ng 809, Session #582; -]

2. The High Level Ranters: The keel row from The keel row / Kafoozalum / The washing day (2.58) (Traditional; Traditional; M:Traditional W:Thomas Wilson) "Northumberland for ever" Topic 12TS186, 1968. (LP) [UK] (http://www.topicrecords.co.uk) [Ng 1015, Session #3637; Ng 5491; Roud 3747, Session #9411]

3. Brendan Power: Si Bheag, Si Mhor (2.56) (Turlough O'Carolan) "The new Irish harmonica" 1995. (CD) [IE] [Ng 1768, Session #449]

4. Pamela Queally: Pigeon on the gate / Sweeney's dream (2.26) (Traditional; Traditional) "Beyond the bellows & the bow" Aoibheann & Pamela Queally APQCD001, 2019. (CD) [IE] (https://thequeallysisters.bandcamp.com) [Ng 1581, Session #517; Ng 1858, Session #1459]

5. February Sky: The wind that shakes the barley (1.14) (Traditional) "Ain't no sangin': an all instrumental recording" February Sky, 2017. (CD) [US] (http://www.februarysky) [Ng 2077, Session #116]

6. The Alexander Brothers: Fairy dance from The Flying Scotsman: Fairy dance / De'il amang the tailors / Colonel Bogey / Gun ainm / High road to Linton (2.50) (Nathaniel Gow; Traditional; Lt F Kenneth Alford Rickets; ; Traditional) "The very best of The Alexander Brothers: 20 golden hits" Music World MALPS452, 1977. (LP) [NZ] () [Ng 593, Session #424; Ng 502, Session #259; -; -; Ng 1055, Session #1118]

7. Saint Laurence O'Toole Pipe Band: The Highland wedding from MSR: The Highland wedding / The shepherd's crook / The smith of Chilliechassie (5.03) (Angus MacKay; Traditional; Traditional) "World Pipe Band Championships 2012, part 2" Monarch CDMON 891, 2012. (CD) [SC] (http://www.krl.co.uk) [MyStrathspey #11837; pipetunes.ca #852; TUNEdb #13018]

8. Hamish Moore & Dougie MacLean: The mill, the mill-o (3.16) (Traditional) "Cauld wind pipes" Dunkeld Records DUNC003, 1985. (Cassette) [SC] (https://www.dougiemaclean.com) [Ng 4041, MyStrathspey #5569]

9. Danny McNiff: Doherty's jig (1.46) (Traditional) "It was mighty: the early days of Irish music in London (disc 1) (The voice of the people)" Topic TSCD679T, 2015. (CD) [UK] (http://www.topicrecords.co.uk) [Ng 544, Session #388]

10. Lindsay Porteous & Gary Coupland: Flowers of Edinburgh (0.57) (James Oswald) "The music and song of Edinburgh (Celtic collection series vol. 13)" Greentrax CDGMP8013, 2008. (CD) [SC] (https://www.greentrax.com) [Ng 642, Buchanan #150.1]

11. Proinnsias O'Maonaigh: The Quaker's wife / The boys of the town (2.11) (Traditional; Traditional) "The fiddle music of Donegal (vol. 1)" Cairdeas na bhFidileiri CNF001, 2000. (CD) [IE] (http://www.donegalfiddlemusic.ie) [BBS #25; Ng 211]

12. Sarah Copus: Harvest home / Boys of Bluehill (4.00) (Traditional; Traditional) "Moorland winds" Galactic Playground Music 043397020022, 2017. (CD) [US] (http://www.sarahcopus.com) [BBS #73; Ng 207]

13. Jimmy Campbell: Moneymusk (1.24) (Daniel (Donald) Dow) "The fiddle music of Donegal (vol. 1)" Cairdeas na bhFidileiri CNF001, 2000. (CD) [IE] (http://www.donegalfiddlemusic.ie) [Ng 3269, Session #1387]

14. Malumba: Atholl Highlanders (2.53) (Traditional) "Musical Traditions in Australia, disc two" Folk Alliance Australia FAA 004, 2002. (CD) [AU] (http://www.folkalliance.org.au) [Ng 92, Session #107]

15. Jim MacLeod and his band: De'il amang the tailors from De'il amang the tailors / Mrs McPherson of Inveran / The Brolum (4.20) (Traditional; PM George S MacLennan; Dr Charles Bannatyne) "Jim MacLeod's golden hour of Scottish dancing" Pye GH 536, 1965. (LP) [UK] () [Ng 502, Session #259; Session #10248; Session #1814]

16. Dave Flynn: Drowsy Maggie from Drowsy Maggie / The coming of spring (4.26) (Traditional; Paddy O'Brien The Elder) "Draíocht: 10th anniversary edition" Frisbee Co. FRCD001A, 2018. (CD) [IE] (http://www.daveflynn.com) [Ng 545, Session #27; Ng 2946, Session #2403]

17. Alex Stewart: John Morrison of Assynt House (1.34) (PM Peter Roderick MacLeod) "The London Folk Song Cellar" Private recording, 1969. (Audiotape) [NZ] () [Session #7152]

18. O'Hanleigh: Soldier's joy / Ricketts' ride / Fisher's hornpipe / Galway hornpipe (3.28) (Traditional; Traditional; Traditional; Traditional) "Of Irish crossings told" Green Cabin Music, 2006. (CD) [US] (http://www.myspace.com/ohanleigh) [Session #1356; Ng 1718, Session #272; Ng 2460, Session #872; Ng 693, Session #38]

19. Néillidh Boyle: Miss Macleod's (1.43) (Traditional) "A feeling in the blood: traditional fiddle music from Donegal (disc 2)" Cairdeas na bhFidileiri CNF007, 2010. (CD) [IE] (http://www.donegalfiddlemusic.ie) [Ng 1310, Session #75]

20. Kevin Burke: The mason's apron / Laington's reel (2.50) (Traditional; Traditional) "If the cap fits" Private recording, 2008. (CD) [IE] () [Ng 1230, Session #74; Ng 509, Session #17736]

References:
Roud: https://www.vwml.org
Ng: https://www.irishtune.info
BBS: Begged, borrowed and stolen
Buchanan: Tom Buchanan's Scottish Tome
MyStrathspey: http://my.strathspey.org/dd/tune/
Session: https://thesession.org/tunes/

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 http://www.radiokidnappers.org.nz/Programmes

Mitch and Robyn Park
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