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Worlds of Trad Upload March 2010

Fred McCormick 10 Mar 10 - 11:53 AM
RoyH (Burl) 10 Mar 10 - 03:07 PM
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Subject: Worlds of Trad Upload March 2010
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 10 Mar 10 - 11:53 AM

Hi Folks,

Just to let everybody know that the new edition of Worlds of Trad Internet radio is now uploaded and just waiting for you to listen in, but only after a whole load of hair tearing and panicking and folks going absent on me. In fact I had to wait until Cas Wallin, Harry Cox, Little Brother Montgomery and George Girard returned from the doctor's. Then Doc Watson and Gaither Carlton told me that that Hicks had just said Farewell; The Marshall Family and Sam Morgan's Jazzband were last seen disappearing over to the Gloryland; Sir Lancelot walked off with a zombie; John Davis and the Georgia Sea Island Singers announced that Democrat Riley has gone to Liverpool; while a bunch of Liverpudlians are pining for their Old Kentucky Home. You just cannot get the staff any more!

Elsewhere in this cornucopian compilation, we hear a slow air apiece from Seámus Ennis and Willie Clancy; Ola Belle Reed complains of hard times in North Carolina; Joe Heaney, Emma Vickers and Bob and Ron Copper sing about Easter and spring and new born lambs and things; We uncover an anti-Fascist anthem from the West Indies; The Jimmy Shand Band and the Haymakers climb out of the EFDSS vaults; we hear the first truly great solo in the history of jazz; Bob Hart tells us about life down on the farm; there are several hammer dulcimers and one Appalachian dulcimer; Alex Bradford sings a mighty spiritual; and Maggie Hammons Parker beats out that rhythm on a set of violin strings of all things.

All these and much, much more are to be found by going straight to the station player at http://www.live365.com/cgi-bin/mini.cgi?station_name=oneworldmusic&tm=7011 .

On the other hand, you can bring up the station page first. Click on
http://www.live365.com/stations/oneworldmusic . Then click the yellow PLAY button. Then, if you press the green button to the right, you can save Worlds of Trad as a preset. That will save you having to search the next time you listen in.

Happy Listenings,

Fred McCormick.

Fredlive365@aol.com.

March 2010 Playlist.

Fine Sally. Cas Wallin. Smithsonian Folkways. SFWCD 40159. Dark Holler

Doctor, write me a prescription for the blues. Little Brother Montgomery. Blues Beacon. 63 1002. Bajez Copper Station

Cruising Round Yarmouth. Harry Cox. Saydisc. CDSDL 405. Sea Songs & Shanties: Traditional English sea songs and shanties from the last days of sail.

Dr. Jazz. George Girard and His New Orleans Five. Storyville. 013 6101. Sounds of New Orleans Vol 1

A Yelema. Various Artists. Pan. PAN 2015 CD. An Be Kelen (We are One) Griot Music from Mali.

Easter Snow. Seamus Ennis, pipes. Claddagh. CC40 / 65CD. Claddagh's choice

Shame and Scandal. Sir Lancelot. Heritage. 321. Trinidad is Changing

Jimmy Johnson. Burl Hammons, fdl-Maggie Hammons, knitting needles. Rounder. 1504/5. The Hammons Family: Traditions of a West Virginian Family and Their Friends

Helnìì üg Overtone Singing. Mangiljav. Washington University Press. Mongolian Music, Dance & Oral Narrative

Cattle Call. Karin Edvards Johansson. Argo. RG 533. Living Tradition; The Far North

Ragtime Annie. Reva Fincham, Appalachian Dulcimer. Augusta Heritage Recordings. AHR 011. West Virginia Hills-Traditional Dulcimer Music

Passu e Drese. Various. Ethnica. TA 015. Antologia di Balli Sardi Vol 1

Jordan Is a Hard Road to Travel. The New Lost City Ramblers. Smithsonian Folkways. SFW CD 40160. Friends of Old Time Music

West End Blues. Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five. CBS. 466308 2. Volume 4; Louis Armstrong and Earl Hines

I've endured. Ola Belle Reed. Heritage. 12. 2nd Annual Brandywine Festival; Traditional Music of West Virginia

Riley. John Davis and the Georgia Sea Island Singers. Smithsonian Folkways. SFW CD 40160. Friends of Old Time Music

Bonny Dundee/Rock & Wee Pickle Tow/Atholl Gathering. Jimmy Shand Band. EFDSS. Root and Branch #2-Everybody Swing

Devil and the Farmer's Wife. Jenes Cottrell. Heritage. 12. 2nd Annual Brandywine Festival; Traditional Music of West Virginia

Our Goodman. Ewan MacColl. Topic. TSCD 576D. Ballads

Dear Sparrow. Mighty Sparrow. Cook. 1185. Calypso Kings and Pink Gin

Century of the Common Man. Sir Lancelot. Heritage. 321. Trinidad is Changing

The Millers Will. Horton Barker. Smithsonian Folkways. SFW CD 40160. Friends of Old Time Music

Lakalaka 6. Various Artists. Pan. 2011. Malie! Dance Music of Tonga

Come and Go To That Land. Congregation of Demopolis, Alabama. Smithsonian Folkways. SF 40073. Wade in the Water: African-American Congregational Singing Vol 2. Nineteenth Century Roots

At the Cross. Sonny Treadway. Arhoolie. CD 450. Sacred Steel

Ring Dance/Gilderoy/Dorsetshire Hornpipe. Haymakers Square Dance Band. EFDSS. Root and Branch #2-Everybody Swing

Gloryland. The Marshall Family. Rebel. REBCD 7515. The Legendary Marshall Family Vol 2

Over In The Gloryland. Sam Morgan. Dust to Digital. DTD - 01. Goodbye, Babylon.   

Besos Brujos (Enchanted Kisses). Tipica Fausto Dolorier. _Arhoolie. CD 338. Huayno Music of Peru Vol.2

Bluebell Polka, The 3'04. Walter and Daisy Bulwer and friends. Root and Branch #2-Everybody Swing

Stani Mari Mome. Balkana. Roumen Rodopski. Hannibal. HNCD 1335. The Music of Bulgaria

Hambone. Ray Favors. Global Village. CD 03. Georgia Folk

Just A Closer Walk With Thee. Alex Bradford with Chris Barber's Jazz and Blues Band. Timeless. CD TTD 557. Chris Barber in Concert

Knoxville Blues. Sam McGee, gtr. Smithsonian Folkways. SFW CD 40160. Friends of Old Time Music

Ventana de la Muralla [Alegrías]. Manuel Soto El Sordera. Chant du Monde. LDX 3741072. Grandes Figures du Flamenco Vol.16

The Farmer's Servant. Bob Hart. Musical Traditions. MT CD 301-2. A Broadside

Rocks of Bawn. Willie Clancy. Cló Iar Chonnachta. GTD 1033. Traditional Music of Ireland Vol 1

Rocks of Bawn. Frank Quinn. Rounder. CD 1123. Milestone at the Garden

The Rocks of Bawn. Joe Heaney. Topic. TSCD 655. Voice of the People Vol 5

Todor Todorkor Dumase (Todor said to Todorka). Ihtiman Paneva-Nikulma Nejkova. Rounder. 1055. Two Girls Started to Sing

Black Woman. B.B & Work Gang. Rounder. CD 1714.

Will The Circle Be Unbroken. Dorsey Dixon. High Tone. HMG 2502. Babies in the Mill: Carolina Traditional, Industrial, Sacred Songs

Amhrán na Páise. Seosamh Ó hÉanaí (Joe Heaney). Gael Linn. CEF 022. Seoda Ceoil 2

Pace Egg Song. Emma Vickers. EFDSS. LP 1006. Garners Gay

When Spring Comes In. The Coppers. Topic. TSCD 534. Come Write Me Down: Early Recordings of the Copper Family of Rottingdean

Hodolmor. Egschiglen. Heaven and Earth. HE 4. Gobi

Medley No 3;Temperance Reel, Buffalo Breakdown. Chet Parker. Folkways. FA 2381. The Hammer Dulcimer

Hicks' Farewell. Doc Watson/Gaither Carlton. Smithsonian Folkways. SFW CD 40160. Friends of Old Time Music

My Old Kentucky Home. The Blue Magnolia Jass Orchestra. From the Bottom to the Top


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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload March 2010
From: RoyH (Burl)
Date: 10 Mar 10 - 03:07 PM

Brilliant! What a programme! Fred does it again. Anybody with any pretensions to an interest in folk music should listen to this show. Do it now! Burl.


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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload March 2010
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 10 Mar 10 - 03:18 PM

Hi Burl,

Hear hear. Thanks.

Fred.


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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload March 2010
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 11 Mar 10 - 05:05 AM

Oh hell. Forgot to put the clickies in.

Station Player

Statiton Page

Fredlive365@aol.com

There you go.


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