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Fred McCormick 22 Jan 09 - 08:41 AM
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Subject: Worlds of Trad Upload Jan 2009
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 08:41 AM

Hi folks. Just to let everyone know that the January 2009 edition of Worlds of Trad Internet Radio has been successfully uploaded and will be on-line for your personal delectation until Wednesday February 18th 2009.

This month sees Gus Cannon, Sam Larner, The Black Ace, Howling Wolf and Dillard Chandler sounding off about paramours and back door men; The Adairs, The Skillet Lickers, Elizabeth Cronin and Leon's Lonestar Cowboys warn us about some of the hard cases you'll want to avoid; There's a couple of tunes from master Northumbrian piper, Chris Ormston; Lightnin' Hopkins, Chris Barber's Jazz Band with Ottilie Patterson, and Memphis Minnie put the family jalopy to good use; And there's a couple of tracks from the legendary Topic LP, The Bird in the Bush.

Roosevelt Sykes and Mac Duncan give us the low down on red lights, Buckingham Palace and New Orleans jazz; Josh White and Sarah Makem share a sob or two; There's some rattling good percussion from Vietnam and the Georgia Sea Islands; Woody Guthrie tells Alan Lomax why he's got it in the for the bankers; And the Worlds of Trad magic carpet checks in at Italy, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Tibet, Spain and various places in Britain and Ireland.

All that plus the usual suspects. And if I can tone down the joviality for a minute, there's a fond memory of Betty Campbell, who died just a couple of weeks ago; we've another track from The Agape Childrens' Choir CD, which raises funds for the South African Agape Orphanage; and there's a tribute to the children who've been dying in the Israeli/Hamas conflict. This world might be a cruel old place, but at least we've got music to remind us we're human.

Myspace users can also find it at

To hear the programme, visit , and click on the yellow speaker button. If you haven't logged on you'll need to follow the onscreen instructions to download the station player. Then wait a moment until the ads clear, press the yellow PLAY button and after a short delay the station will be on the air. Then if you press the green button to the right, you can set Worlds of Trad as a preset. That will save you having to search the next time you listen in.

Fred McCormick. .

January 2009 Worlds of Trad Playlist.
Rooster's Crowing Blues. Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers. Herwin. 205. Fillin' in Blues

The Dockyard Gate. Sam Larner. Topic. TSCD 511. Now Is The time For Fishing

'Fore Day Creep. Black Ace. Arhoolie. CD 374. I'm the Boss Card in Your Hand

Back Door Man. Howling Wolf. Charly. Red Box 7. Complete Recordings; 1951 – 1969

Mathie Grove. Dillard Chandler. Smithsonian Folkways. SFW CD 40159. Dark Holler; Old Love Songs and Ballads

The Lark in the Morning/Bobby Robson's Rant. Chris Ormston. Kyloe. Kyloe 103. Time Out Of Mind

Gathering Rushes. Anne Briggs. Topic. 12T 135. The Bird in the Bush

Lullaby For an Illegitimate Child. Anna Komankova. Argo. DA 89. Folk Music of Czechoslovakia

Love Song. Tashi Tsering. Saydisc. CD-SDL 42. Tibetan Folk Music

Fandango de Comares. Inez Munoz. Rounder. CD 1700. Alan Lomax Sampler

Lago de Almovar. Pepe Marchena. Chant du Monde. LDX 274912. Great Masters of Flamenco, Vol. 10

Tha Mulad, Tha Mulad. Annie Nicholson. Rounder. CD 1700. Alan Lomax Sampler

Automobile. Lightnin' Hopkins. JSP. JSP 7705C. All The Classics

Too Many Drivers. Chris Barber. Music For Pleasure. MFP 1039. At The London Palladium

Me and My Chauffeur. Memphis Minnie. CBS. COL 468992 2. The Story of the Blues

Careless Love. Josh White with Sidney Bechet. Document. DOCD-5196. Vol 3 1935 - 1940

The Month of January. Sarah Makem. Tradition. TLP 1004. The Lark in the Morning

Thina Sonke. Agape Childrens' Choir with Soweto Gospel Choir. We Are Together

Blind Man Stood on the Road and Cried. Otis Spann. Vanguard. VSD 6514. Cryin' Time

Spoons Solo. Trán Quang Hai. Anthologie de la Musique des Peuples. AMP 7 2903. Musics du Vietnam: Tradition du Sud

Ain't I Right. The Georgia Sea Island Singers. Rounder. CD 1713. Southern Journey Vol 13

Noble Squire Dacre Came Over the Border/Jemmy's Wallet's Stolen. Chris Ormston. Kyloe. Kyloe 103. Time Out Of Mind

Dowie Dens of Yarrow. Willie Scott. Topic. 12T 183. Shepherd's Song, The

Out of the Window. Paddy Tunney. Topic. 12T 165. The Irish Edge

The Pipe on the Hob_Coleman's. The Sean Ryan Trio. Outlet. SOLP 1012. Back Home To The Cliffs Of Mohir

A Lambkin Has commenced Bleating. Nadka Karadjova. FMS. FMSL 1001. A Lambkin Has Commenced Bleating

Asturianada. Unknown singer. Hispavox. HH 10-108-110. Antologia Del Folklore Musical De Espana

Wild Bill Jones. The Adairs. Nextel. Alabama Sampler

Bully of the Town No 2. The Skillet Lickers. Document. DOCD-8060. Volume 5 1930 - 1934

Bold Jack Donahue. Elizabeth Cronin. Four Courts Press. The Songs of Elizabeth Cronin

Deep Elm Blues. Leon's Lonestar Cowboys. Jasmine. JASMCD 3519. Tennessee Saturday Night

Suddenly Afraid. Hedy West. Fontana. STL5432. Serves 'em Fine

How I Got Over. Blind Boys of Alabama. Time Life. M 19548. Down In New Orleans

Stranot Di Paolino-Sestrina. Stefano Valla_Franco Guglielmetti. Saydisc. Y225219. Traditions d' Piffero

Donna, Donna. Italian Brass Band. Tradition. TLP 1030. Music and Song of Italy

La Vo. Unknown. Argo. ZFB 71. Sicily in Music and Song

Basin St Blues. Roosevelt Sykes. Blue Star. BA - 213. Honeydripper's Duke's Mixture

Basin St Blues. Mac Duncan. Upbeat. URCD188. Live at the Lord Napier 1973; Featuring Sonny Morris

Huntingtower. Dave & Betty Campbell. Private Recording

Jolly Banker. Woody Guthrie. Elektra. EKL 271/272. Library of Congress Recordings

How Can a Poor Man Stand Such times and Live. Blind Alfred Reed. Rounder. 1001. How Can a Poor Man Stand Such times and Live

The Bird in the Bush. Frankie Armstrong. Topic. 12T 135. The Bird in the Bush

Bold Doherty. Mary Annne Carolan. Topic. TSCD 663. Voice of the People Vol 13: They Ordered Their Pints & Bottles of Sherry

Willie Coleman's/The Connachtman's Rambles. Andy Cutting and friends. Nimbus. NI 5415. Across the Waters: Irish Traditional Music From England

The Turfman From Ardee. Margaret Barry & Michael Gorman. Folkways. FW 8729. Her Mantle So Green

Kazi Menko, Kazi Nani. Pena Grozeva. Argo. RG 562. Living Tradition, The: Songs and Dances From Bulgaria

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload Jan 2009
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 13 Jan 10 - 10:16 AM

Hi POS, Glad you like the programme. I should point out though that the list above is from January 2009, not the current (December 2009) one.

For anyone who's waiting with bated breath for the Jan 2010 edition, I've been down with the lurgy of late, so I'm a little delayed. However, I'm hoping I'll be able to get it together for the back end of next week. Watch Mudcat for further developments.

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload Jan 2009
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 13 Jan 10 - 10:51 AM

Sorry folks. This thread was reactivated by somebody saying they'd listened to Worlds of Trad, liked it and would be back for more. For reasons which I can only surmise, that posting has been removed.
Anyway, to avoid confusion, the second posting was my reply to POS.

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