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Fred McCormick 30 Jul 10 - 10:47 AM
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Subject: Worlds of Trad Upload Aug 2010
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 30 Jul 10 - 10:47 AM

Just to let folks know that Worlds of Trad's Internet radio upload for August 2010 is uploaded in time for August 2010, and it's churning out music from here, there and everywhere, even as you read this.

The full playlist is below.

However, this month we've featured a whole bunch of tall tales, porkies and downright lies from John Campbell, Elizabeth Cronin, Clyde Lewis, Cathie Higgins, Jock Duncan, The Blue Ridge Buddies, Séamus Ennis, Joe Heaney, Leadbelly, Charlie Wills and pretty well anyone else who can keep a straight face on a sticky wicket.

We also sample some new releases from Bert Lloyd, John Jackson and Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee; there's a Mormon parody of a Stephen Foster song; some great sounds from west Kerry and some exotic fiddle players from Africa, Bulgaria and Mississippi; we catch a ghazal from Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, and a double flute improvisation from Kammo Khan; and John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson, Walter Pardon, Robert Johnson and Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown tell us they ain't gonna mess with the devil no more.

All these and much, much more can be found by going straight to the Station Player .

On the other hand, you can bring up the Station Page
first. Then roll the mouse over the face near the top of the screen and click the grey PLAY button when it appears. Then, if you press the little PLUS sign to the right of where it says Worlds Of Trad, 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.

August 2010 Playlist.

Spailpín a rún. Seán de Hora. Folkways. FW 8782. Traditional Music of Ireland Volume 2.
The Harvest Home. Seán de Hora. Folkways. FW 8782. Traditional Music of Ireland Volume 2.
Svistovsko Narodno Horo. Harry Steffanov. Ohio Arts. OAC 601. Nova Domvina-Balkan Music From the Midwest USA.
Eyquel. Minim Aiakora. Yazoo. 7015. Secret Museum of Mankind. Music of East Africa. Ethnic Music Classics 1925 - 1948.
Shake Hands And Tell Me Goodbye 2'54. The Mississippi Sheiks. Document. DOCD-5085. Vol 3 1931 - 1934.
A Talk On The World. Clyde Lewis. Smithsonian Folkways. SFCD 40097. Close to Home: Old Time Music from Mike Seeger's Collection (1952-1967).
I'm The Man Who Rode The Mule Around The World. Stringbean. Starday. SLP 215. A Salute to Uncle Dave Macon.
On Board of the Kangaroo. Elizabeth Cronin. Four Courts Press. The Songs of Elizabeth Cronin.
Hud Hud. Jalal Zolfounun. Music of The World. CDT 134. Kord Bayat-Traditional Music From Iran.
Y Tus Labios. Sabicas/Carmen Amaya. Chant du Monde. LDX 274879. Ramon Montoya: Grandes Cantaores du Flamenco Vol 5.
El Fandango. Conjunto Artardecer. Corason. COCD 119. Pure Purepecha: Pireukas, The Purepecha Indian Love Songs & Abajeno Dance Music.
Marsz Zbójnicki [Bandits' March]. Stefan Jarosz. Fire in the Mountains-Polish Mountain Fiddle Music Vol 2_Yazoo_7013.
Mile Long Medley. The Red Clay Ramblers. Sugar Hill. SHCD 3798. Rambler.
Nine Times a Night. Bert Lloyd. Fellside. FECD 220. An Evening With A.L. Lloyd.
Three Nights Drunk (Our Goodman). The Blue Ridge Buddies. Smithsonian Folkways. SFCD 40097. Close to Home: Old Time Music from Mike Seeger's Collection (1952-1967).
Rocks and Gravel. John Jackson. Smithsonian Folkways. SFWCD 401081. Rappahannock Blues.
A Man Is Nothing But a Fool. Sonny Terry-Brownie McGhee. Not Now. NOT2CD 304. Cripple Creek.
Going to the Well for Water. John Campbell. Spring. CSP 1020. On the hip of Sliabh Gullion.
Oot. Cathie Higgins. Vaughan Williams Memorial Library. 005. ..and that's my story: Tales,yarns and legends from Britain.
Derby Ram. Charlie Wills. Leader. LEA 4041. Charlie Wills.
Derby Town. The Clovers. Folk Music in America. LBC 11. Songs of Humor and Hilarity.
Travelling Man. Pink Anderson. Prestige Bluesville. OBCCD 587 2. Vol 2 Medicine Show Man.
Oh!, Didn't He Ramble. Oscar "Papa" Celestin's Tuxedo Jazz Band. Storyville. 013 6102. Sounds of New Orleans Vol 2.
I Been Dealing With the Devil. Sonny Boy Williamson No1. Fremaux & Associates. FA 253. The Blues: Chicago 1937 - 45 Disc 1.
The Devil & the Farmer's Wife. Walter Pardon. Topic. TSCD 514. A World Without Horses.
Preaching Blues (Up Jumped the Devil). Robert Johnson. CBS. 467246 2. Complete Recordings.
Up Jumped the Devil. Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown. Verve. 5237612. The Man.
Yeh Jo Halka Saroor Hae. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Real World. RWM CD 3. Love Songs.
The Rambling Kerry Lad. Brigid Granbhil. Folkways. FW 8782. Traditional Music of Ireland Volume 2.
The Fairy's Hornpipe. Seamus Ennis. Leader. LEA 2003. Seamus Ennis.
Railroad Bill. John Jackson. Smithsonian Folkways. SFWCD 401081. Rappahanock Blues.
Frog and the Mouse. Almeda Riddle. Atlantic. 7 82496 - 2. Sounds of the South.
The Grey Goose. Leadbelly/The Golden Gate Quartet. RCA. NL 90231. Alabama Bound.
The Grey Goose. Michael Coleman. Gael Linn. CEFCD 161. 1891-1945.
The Biggest Liar in Mullaghbawn. John Campbell. Spring. CSP 1020. On the hip of Sliabh Gullion.
Yeller Gals. Bert Lloyd. Fellside. FECD 220. An Evening With A.L. Lloyd.
Satara. Kammo Khan. EUCD. 1641. Songs from Rajasthan-The land of princes, gypsies and tribals.
Lang Johnny More. Jock Duncan. Sleepytown. SLPY CD 010. Jock Duncan.
Jack Broke da Prison Door/Donald Blue/Sleep Soond ida Mornin'/Lasses Trust in Providence/Bonnie Isle o'Whalsay. Tom Anderson, Aly Bain, Trevor Hunter, Davie Tulloch and Violet Tulloch. Topic. TSCD 469. The Silver Bow.
Cripple Creek. Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee. Not Now. NOT2CD 304. Cripple Creek.
An tAmhrán Bréagach. Joe Heaney. Gael Linn. 45 Cpn/GL4. Seosamh Ó hÉanaí.
"You're a liar" Says the King. Mick Hoy. Arts Council of Northern Ireland. None. Here is a Health: Songs, Music and Stories of an Ulster Community.
On a bright and summer's morning. Bascom Lunsford. Smithsonian Folkways. SF CD 40082. Ballads, Banjo Tunes and Sacred Songs.
When I was a little boy. John Stickle. Topic. 12T 198. Folk Songs of Britain Vol 10-Songs of Animals & Other Marvels.
Old Mother Shipton. Luke Stanley. Topic. 12T 198. Folk Songs of Britain Vol 10-Songs of Animals & Other Marvels.
Stewball. Leadbelly/The Golden Gate Quartet. RCA. NL 90231. Alabama Bound.
Molly and Tenbrooks. Bill Monroe and his Bluegrass Boys. MCA. The Very Best Of Bill Monroe And His Blue Grass Boys.
The Wonderful Crocodile. Sid Heather. National Library of Australia. Sharing the Harvest; Field Recordings from the Meredith Collection in the National Library of Australia.
Hard Times Come No More. L M Hilton. Folkways. FW 02036. Mormon Folk Songs.
My Old Kentucky Home. Chris Barber's Jazz Band.


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