Worlds of Trad Upload April 2009
Subject: Worlds of Trad Upload April 2009|
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 08 Apr 09 - 10:16 AM
Hi folks. Just to let everyone know that the April 2009 edition of Worlds of Trad Internet Radio has been successfully uploaded, late again!!! Oh hell. Sad to say I've been ill. Not exactly a last will and testament job, I'm glad to say, but the folks didn't half rally round. Little Brother Montgomery wrote me a Prescription for the Blues, George Lewis's Ragtime Jazz Band called up Doctor Jazz, and Georgia Tom, Big Bill Broonzy and Victoria Spivey wheeled me into the operating theatre for one of those Terrible Operation Blues.
The complete playlist is below and, barring accidents, eventualities, and things just plain going wrong, will be on the air until Wednesday May 13th. What's more, it's arrived just in time for May Bradley, Marion Williams, The Britannia Coconut Dancers, the Stoneman Family, Carl Smith & the Carter Sisters, and Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper to bring us good news of the festival of Easter. Also, Brownie McGhee, Bob Roberts, Big Mama Thornton, and one or two more tell us all about man's best friend; several generations of the Copper family take to the stage, as do the wonderful Breton trio, La Soeurs Goadec; there is music rowdy and refined from the Rebirth Brass Band, The Memphis Jug Band, The Folkstringers, Joey Curtin, and the Reverend Gary Davies; and there's the usual mixture of sounds authentic and exotic from everywhere and all over. Princess White and the Harlem Blues Band try to find the right keyhole; Sarah Makem sings of the Sailor Cut Down in His Prime; May Bradley sings of Sweet Swansea; and Fred Perrier tells us all about the joys of Turmut Hoeing. And if you're wondering what Eskimos do to keep warm on those long Arctic nights, you need wonder no longer.
Last but not least there's are dedications to folklorist Archie Green, bluesman John Cephas, and some of the other good people who've passed away in the last month or so.
To hear the programme, visit http://www.live365.com/stations/oneworldmusic , 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.
April 2009 Worlds of Trad Playlist.
Me and My Dog. Brownie McGhee. Magpie. PY1809. B.M Blues
Black Woman. B.B & Work Gang. Rounder. CD1714. Prison Songs Vol 1-Murderous Home
While Gamekeepers Lie Sleeping. Bob Roberts. Topic. TSCD 668. Voice of the People Vol.18:To catch a fine buck was my delight
Barking Bulldog Blues. De De Pierce. San Jacinto Records. SJ 2. At the San Jacinto Hall
The Bogs of Shanaheever. Johnny Mháirtín Learaí Mac Donnchadha. Clo Iar-Chonnachta. CIC 013. Contae Mhuigheo
Hound Dog. Big Mama Thornton. Arhoolie. F 1028. In Europe
Tre 'Trekanter' Og en 'Hopsa' (Three Trekants and a Hopsa). AE Tinser and friends. Ocora. C 600002. Danemark: Chanteurs et Menetriers
Canto in Re. Franco De Vani & Friends. Chicago University Press. Sardinian Chronicles
Clog Americaine. Joseph Plant. Folkways. RBF 115. Masters of French Canadian Music Vol 4
Jamaica Farewell. Sir Lancelot. Lyrichord. LYRCD 7406. Calypso of the West Indies
Unknown Dance. Nuuk Performers And Actors Association. Lyrichord. LLST 7397. Inuit Eskimos of Greenland & Northern Canada
Under The Leaves. May Bradley. Topic. TSCD 661. Voice of the People Vol.11: My Father's the King of the Gypsies
I Remember Calvary. Ernest V Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers. Dust to Digital. DTD - 01. Goodbye, Babylon
Walking My Lord Up Calvary. Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper. Dust to Digital. DTD - 01. Goodbye, Babylon
The Nut Dance. Britannia Coconut Dancers/Bacup Silver Band. Topic. TSCD 666. Voce of the People Vol 16: You Lazy Lot of Bone-shakers: Songs and dance tunes of seasonal events
He's Only A Miner Killed In The Ground. Ted Chesnut. Yazoo. 2200. Kentucky Mountain Music: Classic recordings of the 1920s & 1930s
Cotton Gin. Joey Curtin & Marc Cooper. Soundtrack For America. Mulberry Tree Records.
Let Us Get Together. Rev Gary Davies. Big Beat. CDWIKD 136. Prestige/Folklore Years Vol 3. Roots & Branches
Sterling Tom & Tommy Bhetty's. Lá Lugh. Claddagh. CC 29. Lá Lugh
The Gypsy. Maire Aine Nic Donnchada. Cló Iar Chonnachta. GTD 1033. Traditional Music of Ireland Volume 1
Peepin' in the Wrong Key Hole. Princess White with Clyde Bernhardt & The Harlem Blues Band. Barron. Vlp-401. Sittin' On Top Of The World
The Sailor Cut Down in his Prime. Sarah Makem. BBC. REC 28M. Ulster's Flowery Vale
Murphy's Slides. Jimmy Doyle/Dan O'Leary. Shanachie. 29007. Traditional Music from the Kingdom of Kerry
Dark is the Colour of my True Love's Hair. Willie Clancy. Folkways. FW 8782. Traditional Music of Ireland Volume 2
Lord. Lord, Lord, You Sure Been Good To Me. The Rebirth Brass Band. Arhoolie. 1092. Here To Stay
Ruckus Juice & Chittlin. The Memphis Jug Band. Old Hat. CD-1003. Folks, He Sure Do Pull Some Bow: Vintage Fiddle Music 1927 -1935
High Society. The Folkstringers. Big Beat. CDWIKD 136. Prestige Folklore Years
Sweet Swansea. May Bradley. EFDSS. LP 1006. Garners Gay
Ox Ploughing Song. Frank Rowe. EFDSS. LP 1006. Garners Gay
Austrian Bagpipe Tune, Unidentified . Joseph Sepp Pichler. Keltia Musique. KMCD 18 M 303. Celebration of Pipes in Europe, A
Kalampachtasiotiko. Unidentified zourna player. Membran. 222266. Greek Folk Instruments Disc 1
Prescription for the Blues. Little Brother Montgomery. Magpie. PY 4452. Piano Blues, The - Unissued Recordings Vol 2
Dr Jazz. George Lewis' Ragtime Band. Tradition. TCD 1049. Jazz Funeral in New Orleans
Terrible Operation Blues. Georgia Tom & Big Bill Broonzy. Riverside. RLP 8803. Georgia Tom and Friends
John Barbour. Kevin Conneff. Claddagh. CCF 23. The week before Easter
I Will Do My Last Singing in this Land. Cephas & Wiggins. Marimac. 8001. Let It Roll
Darkness on the Delta. Mickey Ashman & His Ragtime Jazz Band. Lake . LACD 86. Through Darkest Ashman
Ula. Unnamed Choir. Pan. 2011. Malie! Dance Music of Tonga
Mifohaza Rabetorimaso. Jean Baptiste Ramaronandrasana & Sylvestre Randafison. Playasound. 65046. Madagascar: The Valiha
Beranca Dance. Vlado Robanovski, clnt/Nikola Robanovski, fdl. Topic. TSCD906. Folk Music of Yugoslavia
Shemeji Shemeji. Cuban Marimba Band. Original Music. OMCD 18. Original Music
Turmut Hoer's Song. Fred Perrier. Rounder. CD 1741. COLUMBIA WORLD LIBRARY of Folk and Primitive Music: England
The Threshing Machine. Jim Copper. Rounder. CD 1741. COLUMBIA WORLD LIBRARY of Folk and Primitive Music: England
Brisk and Lively Lad. John Copper/Jon Dudley. Coppersongs. CD 2. Coppersongs 2
The Shady Woods of Trugh. Ellie & Peter Mullarkey. Mercier. IRL 12. Folksongs Sung in Ulster Vol 2
La Mal Mariee. Les Souers Goadec. Chant Du Monde. LDX74535. A Bobino
The Blood That Stained The Old Rugged Cross. Carl Smith with the Carter Sisters & Mother Maybelle Carter. Dust to Digital. DTD - 01. Goodbye, Babylon
They Led My Lord Away. Marion Williams. Jass. J-CD-640. All of my Appointed Time.
Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload April 2009|
From: RoyH (Burl)
Date: 08 Apr 09 - 01:04 PM
Fred's programme is undoubtedly the best one for traditional music to be heard anywhere. Listen everyone.
Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload April 2009|
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 09 Apr 09 - 04:34 AM
Thanks for the plug.