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Worlds of Trad Upload Oct 2010

Fred McCormick 08 Oct 10 - 09:14 AM
GUEST,Burl 09 Oct 10 - 08:19 AM
Will Fly 09 Oct 10 - 12:47 PM
GUEST,ChrisJBrady 09 Oct 10 - 03:49 PM
Fred McCormick 11 Oct 10 - 05:06 AM
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Subject: Worlds of Trad Upload Oct 2010
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 08 Oct 10 - 09:14 AM

Worlds of Trad Upload. October 2010

I've finally managed it. After much sweat toil, tears and many loud curses I've at last managed to upload the latest edition of Worlds of Trad. Apologies for being even later than usual, but I ran into even more problems than usual. Plus, I've just bought a brand new state of the art computer, and guess what? None of my software would run on it!

In any event, cyberspace is once more buzzing with sounds rich and rare from around the globe. In particular Gatemouth Brown, Noah Lewis, Donal Thibodeaux, Big Joe Williams, The Skillet Lickers, The Original Dixieland Jazzband, Lonnie Johnson and Brenda Stubbert regale us with more songs and tunes about the devil and hell; we seek the sanctuary of Heaven's Radio with Molly O'Day & The Cumberland Mountain Folks; and Alex Bradford and Chris Barber take us on the Highway to Heaven.

We say a fond farewell to veteran musicians John Campbell of Cape Breton and Joe Whelan of Co. Offally, Ireland; Frankie Armstrong, Jim Eldon and John Campbell of Co. Cavan, Ireland sing of courageous and crafty maidens; L.M. Hilton brings us a couple more Mormon folksongs; and we sample the only LP ever made of sea shanties sung as work songs aboard a sailing ship under full sail.

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

On the other hand, you can bring up the station page first. Click on http://www.live365.com/stations/oneworldmusic . 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.

Oct 2010 Worlds of Trad Playlist.

The Drifter. Clarence Gatemouth Brown. Blue Moon. CDBM 071. Newport in New York.
Devil in the Woodpile. Noah Lewis. JSP. 3406. Sleepy John Estes with Yank Rachel & Noah Lewis.
Testimony/Satan, Your Kingdom Music Come Down. Congregation of the Clarks Creek Progressive Primitive Baptist Church. Rounder. 1506/07. Children of the Heav'nly King: Religious Expression in the Central Blue Ridge.
The Flames of Hell. Donal Thibodeaux. Arhoolie. CD 9006. Fred's Hot Step.
Heaven's Radio. Molly O'Day & The Cumberland Mountain Folks. Columbia. 479125. Roots 'n Blues Retrospective, The 1925-50.
Two Pull Shanty-The Sailor Likes His Bottle-Rolling Down the Bay to Julianna. Tom Sullivan. Folkways. FSS 37301. Salt Atlantic Shanties.
The Handcart Song. LM Hilton. Folkways. FW 02036. Mormon Folk Songs.
Bagey Saz-Simorgey Saz. Rahmat, damburag/Peroz Saijadi, donali. Topic. TSCD 916. Music of Makran-Traditional Fusion From Coastal Balochistan.
Tonada. Graciela and Olga Friere. Unesco. D 8001. Chile.
Canto a Veracruz. Conjunto Alma Jarocha. Arhoolie. CD 354. Sones Jaroches.
Foliada de Carril. Sons do Muino. Areabrava. AB 003 CD. Na Chou de Souta.
The Crafty Maid's Policy. Frankie Armstrong. Topic. 12TS 216. LOVELY ON THE WATER.
The Rich Farmer's Daughter. Jim Eldon. Stick. SD 002. I wish there was no prisons.
The Baffled Knight. John Campbell. European Ethnic Traditions. Songs of the Irish Travellers: Traditional Ballads and Lyric Songs.
Custard Pie Blues. Sonny Terry. Not Now. NOT2CD 304. Cripple Creek.
The Year Clayton Delaney Died. John Jackson. Smithsonian Folkways. SFWCD 401081. Rappahannock Blues.
Sporting Life Blues. Brownie McGhee. Not Now. NOT2CD 304. Cripple Creek.
The Twisting of the Rope. Paddy Tunney. Topic. 12TS 289. Mountain Stream Where the Moorcocks Crow.
Highway To Heaven. Alex Bradford. Lake. LACD 39. Hot Gospel.
Hell Broke Loose in Georgia. The Skillet Lickers. County. 526. Old Time Tunes Recorded 1927 - 1931.
Satanic Blues. Original Dixieland Jazzband. Avid. AMSC 702. Original Dixieland Jazz Band, The.
She's Making Whoopee in Hell Tonight. Lonnie Johnson. CBS. 467252 2. Steppin' on the Blues.
Strathspeys/Reels King George V/The Devil in the Kitchen/Miss Drummond of Perth/My Brother's Letter (Vincent MacLellan)/Bobby Winston's Tune The Weasel (John Morris Rankin. Brenda Stubbert & The Jiggsters. Greentrax. CDTRAX 139. In Jig Time.
The Little Bunch of Rushes (An Beinsín Luachra). Séamus Ennis. Ember. FA 2054. The Bonny Bunch of Roses.
Sally Racket-Billy Riley. Tom Sullivan. Folkways. FSS 37301. Salt Atlantic Shanties.
Kanturi Casaracuy. Quechua Indians. Ocora. 558 651. Taquile ile du Ciel: Musique Quechua du Lac Titicaca.
MR MURRAY/THE MILLER O' DRONE/THE DUSKY MEADOW/THE YETTS OF MUCKART/Miss LYALL REEL/Picnic Reel/LITTLE DONALD IN THE PIGPEN. Peter Chaisson, fdl/Kevin Chaisson, pno. Rounder. CD 7015. Prince Edward Island Style of Fiddle Playing-Fiddlers of Eastern Prince Edward Island.
This Old World's In A Hell Of A Fix. Rev Dr J Gordon McPherson (Black Billy Sunday). Biograph. BLP 12027. This Old World's In A Hell Of A Fix.
Hell in Texas. Bob Walters. University of Missouri. Old Time Fiddler's Repertory.
Whoa! ha! Buck and Gerry Boy. LM Hilton. Folkways. FW 02036. Mormon Folk Songs.
James Alley Blues. Rabbit Brown. Smithsonian Folkways. SFW 40090. Anthology of American Folk Music.
Highland Dress and Armour/Rothiemurchus Rant/The Fife Hunt/The Tin Wedding. John Campbell. Rounder. 7003. Cape Breton Violin Music.
Charlie Lennon's-Dusty Window Sills. Joe Whelan-Liam Farrell. Veteran. VT 141 CD. They Sailed Away From Dublin Bay: Irish Music in London.
Yabalko, Da Se Raztsvetish. Kalinka Zgurova. Gega. GD 293. Voice of Strandja.
The Bunch of Rushes/Sporting Nell. Joe Ryan. Cló Iar Chonnachta. CICD 113. An Buachaill Dreoite.
Mai neicuta puisor. Ion Albesteanu-Tita Stefan-Valentin Albesteanu. Electrecord. EDC 803. Când Eram pe Jalomita.
Hobo Blues. Snuff Johnson. Black Magic. CD 9026. Will The Circle Be Unbroken.
Güi Yüziu Sevdigim, Nemden Içinden. Ali Ekber Çiçek. Lyrichord. LYRCD 7392. Turkish Sufi Music-Folk Lute of Anatolia.
Milk Cow Blues. Sleepy John Estes/Noah Lewis. Fabulous. FABCD 112. Working Man Blues.
Hellhound on my Trail. Big Joe Williams. CBS. 63813. Classic Delta Blues.
Algiers Hoodoo Blues. Billie & De De Pierce. Riverside. OBCCD 534 2. New Orleans; The Living Legends; Blues in the Classic Tradition.
Don't Start Me To Talking. Sonny Boy Williamson. Not Now. NOT2CD 356. Down And Out Blues.
Are Ye Sleeping Maggie. Ewan MacColl. Not Now. NOT2CD332. The Anthology.
Geordie. Isla Cameron. Not Now. NOT2CD332. The Anthology.
Baby It Must Be Love. Blind Willie McTell. Transatlantic. PR 1040. Last Session.
Róisin Dubh. Roise Bean Mhic Grianan. RTÉ. CD 178. Róise na nAmhran; Songs of a Donegal Woman.
Polkas. Red Clay Ramblers. Sugar Hill. SHCD 3798. Rambler.


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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload Oct 2010
From: GUEST,Burl
Date: 09 Oct 10 - 08:19 AM

Every time Fred posts his new upload I add a message to all 'Catters urging them not to miss it. I'm doing so again. It is the most wideranging traditional music programme to be heard anywhere. I am constantly surprised (and delighted) by some of the things I hear on this show. If you love traditional music, or have only the faintest idea about it, give ear to Fred's choices and have your horizons widened. Brilliant Fred. If only you could be on the BBC.


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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload Oct 2010
From: Will Fly
Date: 09 Oct 10 - 12:47 PM

Wonderful - as ever - Fred! I shall be clocking on as usual and working my way through yet another superb listing.

Thanks for your hard work.


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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload Oct 2010
From: GUEST,ChrisJBrady
Date: 09 Oct 10 - 03:49 PM

Slight point of pedanticity ...

The 'only' lp of shanties recorded on board a windjammer ... ??

Could this claim really be true? Or is it a case of folks claiming authenticity simply because the songs were sung and recorded on board a tall ship at sea? I always considered American shanty singing - sorry chanty singing - as being rather more choral than the more down to earth styles from Europe and the UK.

http://www.folkways.si.edu/albumdetails.aspx?itemid=2018

CJB (slightly playing devil's advocate)


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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload Oct 2010
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 11 Oct 10 - 05:06 AM

Burl and Will. Many thanks as always. Keep enjoying.

Chris. Sorry if I didn't make myself clear. I wouldn't be the least surprised if there were other LPs of shanties recorded aboard ship. However, as far as I know it is the recording where the shanties were used to accompany/co-ordinate work aboard ship in the time honoured manner.

That, to my mind, does not make the performances 100% reliable; the crew of the Unicorn was probably fitter, better fed, better clad, better motivated, and using lighter materials than would have been the case with their forebears. And the recording was presumably done in better weather than would have been encountered round Cape Horn. Even so, the LP is probably the best guide we have as to what shanties sounded like in their natural environment.

BTW., if anyone tried to log onto Worlds of Trad yesterday, and couldn't, my apologies. For some strange reason some of the tracks went out of sequence and I spent several infuriating hours taking the programme down and then putting it back up again *****. (expletive deleted.)


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