Radio Kidnappers Ceilidh, no. 336 - Playlist

Broadcasting on Sunday at 3pm local time, and repeated on Monday a week later at 9pm. Folk on Sunday is a weekly programme of music from near and far, land and sea, past and present, town and country, with special emphasis on traditional folk songs that tell a story: ballads, shanties, blues, gospel, bluegrass, and contemporary songs of the British Isles, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, in English and Gaelic.

Broadcasting from midnight NZ time on Saturday night. On Kidnappers Ceilidh we play instrumental music from the dance traditions of those countries (and of Europe too): jigs, reels, strathspeys, flings, polkas, mazurkas, square dances, and so on - traditional and newly-composed tunes that continue to extend and develop the traditional forms. 
https://www.facebook.com/folkonsunday Radio Kidnappers (NZ) 1431kHz AM. Broadcast: 13/09/2015 0000-0100 NZST. Tune in at midnight Saturday, NZ time. Or click here for STREAMING on http://player.wizz.co.nz/kidnappers

Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music.


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



1. Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band: Medley: Rowd's hornpipe / The high drive jig / The piper's bonnet / Sine bhan / Rodney Hull, QC / Lachine Rapids / Willie MacKenzie's reel / Smelling fresh / Pipe Major George Allen (6.34) (Garth Neel; Gordon Duncan; Traditional; Traditional; PM Bill Livingstone; P MacNiven; T Ford; James Duncan Mackenzie; PM Donald P MacLeod) "World Pipe Band Championships 2014, part 1" Monarch CDMON 897, 2014. (CD) [SC] (http://www.krl.co.uk)

2. MacKenzie Caledonian Pipe Band: 6/8 marches: Pipe Sergeant John Barclay / Ben Gullion / Doctor Ross's 50th welcome to the Argyllshire Gathering (4.25) (Ian Duncan; Ron Fleming; Dugald C MacLeod) "A big step forward" Monarch CDMON 899, 2015. (CD) [SC] (http://www.krl.co.uk)

3. Sarah Hayes: The convergence / Mitt i Juli (6.08) (Sarah Hayes & Hannah James; Jonas Olsson) "Mainspring" Night Vad NV001, 2013. (CD) [SC] (http://www.sarahhayes.net)

4. The Scott Wood Band: Park Ridge: The grassy hill / James Pringle (5.02) (Scott Wood; Scott Wood) "Upsurge" Oak Ridge Records ORR01CD, 2015. (CD) [SC] (http://www.scottwoodband.com/)

5. Stephen Baldwin: Haste to the wedding (1.32) (Traditional) "Here's one you'll like, I think" Musical Traditions MTDL364, 2015. (CD) [UK] (http://www.mtrecords.co.uk)

6. Farquhar MacRae: The Atholl Highlanders' march to Loch Katrine / The Laird of Thrums / Jenny dang the weaver (2.41) (W Rose; James Scott Skinner; Traditional) "Cruinneachadh Chaluim: field recordings of Gaelic music and song from the Highlands and Islands (Scottish tradition vol. 26)" Greentrax CDTRAX9026.2, 2015. (CD) [SC] (http://www.greentrax.com)

7. James Henry Conley, Charlie Drody, Joe Howell, Erskine Morris, Brian Morris: The cockawee (2.27) (Traditional) "Douglastown: music and song from the Gaspé Coast" Douglastown Community Centre DOUG001, 2014. (CD) [CA] (http://www.douglastown.net)

8. Qristina & Quinn Bachand: Hangman's reel (1.07) (Traditional) "Little hinges" Beacon Ridge BRP15, 2015. (CD) [CA] (http://qbachand.com)

9. Doolin O'Dey: Shadowcliff (reprise) (3.30) (Susan Ceili Murphy) "Doolin O'Dey and friends" Doolin O'Dey, 2014. (CD) [US] (https://doolinodey.wordpress.com)

10. Bryan O'Leary & Colm Guilfoyle: Where the bog is / Dan Jermiah's slide (1.55) (Traditional; Traditional) "Where the bog is" Bryan O'Leary OLG001, 2015. (CD) [IE] (https://wherethebogis.bandcamp.com/album/where-the-bog-is)

11. Troy MacGillivray & Shane Cook: Neuketyneuks: Dennis Morrison's double bass reel in F / Neuketyneuks / Tour 25 (3.42) (Fiona Driver; Fiona Driver; Catriona Price) "When here meets there" Trolleymac 620953332920, 2008. (CD) [CA] (http://www.troymacgillivray.com)

12. Gordon Gunn: Woodlea Mount / Blue reel / The Earl's chair (3.55) (Donald Shaw; Oliver Schroer; Traditional) "Wick to Wickham" Greentrax CDTRAX 381, 2015. (CD) [SC] (http://www.greentrax.com)

13. Buttons & Bows: The Buttons & Bows jig / The lark in the blue summer sky (3.20) (Garry O'Briain & Jackie Daly; Traditional) "The return of Spring" Buttons & Bows BABMCD2015, 2015. (CD) [IE] (http://www.buttonsandbowsmusic.ie/)



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 visit us at http://www.radiokidnappers.org.nz/prog_fos.php


Mitch and Robyn Park
(Folk on Sunday and Kidnappers Ceilidh, Radio Kidnappers 1431AM & 104.7FM)
https://www.facebook.com/folkonsunday
1214 Louie Street
Hastings, NEW ZEALAND 4122.        +64-6-8785395

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