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Worlds of Trad Upload May 2009

Fred McCormick 29 May 09 - 09:23 AM
maeve 30 May 09 - 07:02 AM
Will Fly 30 May 09 - 08:10 AM
RoyH (Burl) 30 May 09 - 08:27 AM
Will Fly 30 May 09 - 08:28 AM
Fred McCormick 30 May 09 - 01:48 PM
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Subject: Worlds of Trad Upload May 20009
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 29 May 09 - 09:23 AM

Hi folks. Glad to report that the May 2009 edition of Worlds of Trad Internet Radio is on-line at last and burgeoning with all manner of auditory ecstasies, especially selected for your delight and delectation. And it's late again. Oh hell! Truth to tell, I'm having so much fun fighting the philistines on my local Council that keeping to a proper schedule is becoming totally impossible. Let's just say I hope to have the next programme up by early July.

In the meantime, The Georgia Cotton Pickers, Tampa Red and Laurie Chesco bring us some rare old vocables; John MacDonald, The Foundry Bar Band and Tom Hughes bring us some rare old Scottish music; Les Souers Goadec sing a song of the clay pots; Memphis Minnie, Jumbo Brightwell, Doc Watson and George Landers point up a few problems with the mill – and the miller; The Carolina Tar Heels give us the works on mechanisation; we visit the Brink of the White Rock; take in some soulful piano playing from Blind John Davis; Dave Campbell, The Bentley Boys, Simon MacDonald and Jim Eldon tell us of hard times on the farm; and William Kimber, Ben Heneberry and Kevin Mitchell bring us all the fun of the fair.

All that plus the usual roster of blistering ballads, Cajun carousers, Tex-Mex troubadours, galvanising gospellers, an Eastern European wedding dance, a birch bark virtuoso, an African octet, an Italian quartet, some tempestuous Bahamians, a buncha kids from Trinidad, a belated salute to Pete Seeger's 90th, and a bit of fiddle playing from the Adirondacks.

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.

Or if you're feeling lazy and it's your lucky day, try pressing . That should take you straight to the station player. Then all you've got to do is press the grey play button, sit back and listen. Well, it worked when I tried it at any rate.

Fred McCormick. .

Diddleda Diddle. The Georgia Cotton Pickers. CBS. 467891 2. Good time Blues

Beedleum bum. Tampa Red. Document. DOCD-5073. Vol 1 1928 - 1929

Rumbly Bumbly Boogie. Laurie Chesco's Good Time Jazz. Lake. LACD 149. Now We Are 10

Peg and Awl. The Carolina Tar Heels. Smithsonian Folkways. SFW 40090. Anthology of American Folk Music

Old Heelball You're Boozing Again. Sally McCreevy. Mercier. IRL 12. Folksongs Sung In Ulster Vol 2

Kibosh the cobbler. Charlie Stringer. Home Made Music. HMM LP 302. Who Owns the Game?

The Cobbler. Tommy Makem. Tradition. TLP 1004. The Lark in the Morning

I Could Have Had religion. Junior Wells. Delmark. DS-628. South Side Blues Jam

Your Dice Won't Pass. Sally Dotson. Arhoolie. CD 372. Country Negro Jam Session

Blues A Bebe. Michael Doucet and Beausoleil. Summit. SUMCD 4183. Cajun Collection

Puentes Quemados. Las Hermanos Mendaza. Ace. CD 528. Tex-Mex Fiesta

God's Unchanging Hand. A. Burton & Congregation. Rounder. CD 1703. Southern Journey Vol 3: 61 Highway Mississippi

Eileanór na Rún . Sarah Ghriallais. Cinq Planetes. CP 01958. Connemara Sean Nós

Jim Donoghoe's. Seamus Tansey. Sun. CD49. King of the Concert Flute

Rolling Mill Stomp. Georgia Tom. Document. BDCD-6021. Georgia Tom Vol 1 1928 - 1930

What's the matter with the mill?. Kansas Joe McCoy and Memphis Minnie vol 2. Document.

The Derby Miller. Jumbo Brightwell. Topic. TSCD 664. Voice of the People Vol.14:Troubles they are but few

The Old Man at the Mill. Doc Watson/Clint Howard/Fred Price. Smithsonian Folkways. CD SF 40029/30. Original Folkways Recordings of Doc Watson & Clarence Ashley; 1960 through 1962

Those Rolling Mills are Burning Down. George Landers. Rounder. CD 0028. High Atmosphere

Jockie to the Fair. William Kimber. EFDSS. CD 03. Absolutely Classic

Jockey to the Fair. Ben Heneberry. Folkways. FM 4006. Folk Music of Nova Scotia

The Magherafelt May Fair. Kevin Mitchell. Topic. 12TS 314. Free and Easy

False Lover John. Corney McDaid. European Ethnic Oral Traditions. None. Early Ballads In Ireland

You Done Tore Your Playhouse Down. Harlem Hamfats. Document. DOCD-5274. Harlem Hamfats

Wedding Dance. The Vasilis Saleas Group. Museum Collection Berlin West. MC 3. Orient Okzident: Sudosteuropa

Ma Che Figura. Squadra di Canto Popolare. New Tone. NT 6709. Trallalero

Zebras. Caluza's Double Quartet. Heritage. HT CD 19. Caluza's Double Quartet

Brown Girl in the Ring. Group of Children. Rounder. CD 1716. Caribbean Voyage Brown-Girl in the Ring

The Lord Will Make a Way Somehow. Peaceful Valley Quartet, The. Rounder. 1506/7. Children of the Heav'nly King:

Amhrán Mhuinghse. Sarah Ghriallais. Cinq Planetes. CP 01958. Connemara Sean Nós

Ar Bhruach na Carriage Bháine. Len Graham. Claddagh. CC 37. Do Me Justice

Bruach na Carriage Báine. Willie Clancy. Globestyle. CDORB 081. Treasure of My Heart

The Grey Hawk. Bob Roberts. Topic. 12TS 361. Songs From the Sailing Barges

High Society. Kid Ory. American Music. AMCD-20. King of the Tailgate Trombone

The Braes of Balquidder. John MacDonald. Greentrax. CDTRAX 9053. The Singing Molecatcher of Morayshire

The Banks of Lochiel/Pibroch O Donald Dhu (Lochiel's March). Foundry Bar Band. Springthyme. SPRC 1012. On the Road

If You Wanna Go To Freedom. Pete Seeger. Xtra. 1016. Broadsides

Numberless are the Sands on the Seashore. Sheldon, Stanley and Ronald Swin and George McKenzie. Nonesuch. H-72013. The Real Bahamas in Music and Song

I Want to Build a Bungalow. Codallo's Top Hatters Orchestra. Rounder. CD 1077. Calypso Carnival

Bruach na Carriage Báine. Eibhlín Ní Chearna. Claddagh. CC 56 CD. Beauty an Oileáin

Banish Misfortune. Festy Conlan. Topic. 12T 184. Breeze From Erin

When I lost My Baby. Blind John Davis. The Sirens. SR-5002. Heavy Timbre

The Fives. Erwin Helfer. The Sirens. SR-5002. Heavy Timbre

Drumdelgie. Dave Campbell. Topic. 12T 120. Singing Campbells

Penny's farm. The Bentley Boys. Smithsonian Folkways. SFW 40090. Anthology of American Folk Music

Bungaree. Simon MacDonald. Wattle. 2. Traditional Musicians & Singers in Victoria

Mutton Pie. Jim Eldon. Stick. SD 002. I wish there was no prisons

Danse des Marmites. La Souers Goadec. Chant Du Monde. LDX74535. A Bobino

Improvisation Sur Clarinettes de Paille de Berce. Yves Pacheur. Silex. Y 225210. Musique Buissonniere

Johnson's Road. Lawrence Older. Folk Legacy. FSA-15. Adirondack Songs, Ballads and Fiddle tunes

Henry Hughes' Favourite. Tom Hughes. Springthyme. SPR 1005. Tom Hughes and his Border Fiddle

A Little Everyday. Blind John Davis. The Sirens. SR-5002. Heavy Timbre

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload May 20009
From: maeve
Date: 30 May 09 - 07:02 AM

That sounds like worlds of fun. I wish my connection would allow me such indulgences.

Best wishes for many more programes,


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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload May 20009
From: Will Fly
Date: 30 May 09 - 08:10 AM

Just listened to Tom Hughes - excellent! And just heard an ad inviting me to join the CIA - wondrous!

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload May 20009
From: RoyH (Burl)
Date: 30 May 09 - 08:27 AM

Those adverts are a nuisance but the music is the thing. This is another brilliant selection by Fred, I advise everbody to listen in.

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload May 20009
From: Will Fly
Date: 30 May 09 - 08:28 AM

The selection is superb - I'm loving every track of it.

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload May 20009
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 30 May 09 - 01:48 PM


Whereabouts are you based? You need broadband to receive the programme and, sad to say, it isn't still universally available.


That ^*&%&%ing CIA advert is unfortunate to put it mildly. It is the antithesis of everything I believe in and everything the show is supposed to be about. The trouble is that a couple of years ago the American Copyright Royalties Board tried to force Internet radio off the air by charging Internet broadcasters exorbitant royalty fees. So LIVE365 has been pushed into accepting what I regard as unethical advertising in order to stay afloat.

When this first broke out out, I thought hard and long about terminating my subscription to Live365. I haven't done it partly because:-

- There are people out there who value the music I play and nobody else is playing it.

- My taking my ball home is not going to have the slightest impact on the CIA.

- I'm secure in the knowledege that nobody with sufficient taste and discrimination to listen to Worlds of Trad would ever consider joining the CIA.

The best advice I can give is, whenever the advert comes up, turn the sound off, count slowly to thirty, and turn it back on.

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload May 2009
Date: 30 May 09 - 04:15 PM

Relax Fred, None of us are bothered by that advert. We ignore it. We listen to the music. For which, Many Thanks!

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload May 2009
From: Will Fly
Date: 31 May 09 - 03:55 AM

No worries Fred - the combination of your wonderful music and the CIA ad is distinctly and refreshingly surreal! :-)

I'm retiring in August - I wonder if there's any cash to be made from some part-time job combining blues singing and CIA work...

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload May 2009
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 31 May 09 - 04:42 AM


MI5 used to keep tabs on subversive British folkies, and probably still do. I imagine the CIA would have considerable use for someone who could report on the seditious activities of JB Lenoir and Juke Boy Bonner, to say nothing of Aunt Molly Jackson, Jim Garland and Sarah Ogan Gunning. Just make sure your employers don't realise these guys are dead.

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