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Fred McCormick 07 Jan 11 - 11:07 AM
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Subject: Worlds of Trad Jan 2011 Upload
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 07 Jan 11 - 11:07 AM

Happy New Year Folks,

Apologies for the even longer delay in uploading the programme than usual, but I encountered a terrible bout of the lurgy before Christmas. No, 'twasn't the 'flu, it was a bad case of water on the lungs, and brother did it take some shifting.

Anyway, what should have been the usual Worlds of Trad Christmas Special has had to be revamped, rejigged and denuded of all allusions to Christmas. The good news is that the resultant whopping great beast is a whole 43 minutes longer than usual, and that's without any stuffing or even a single turkey.

To accompany the feast, I've laid on a whole host of musical superstars. Among them are Leadbelly, Woody Guthrie, Doc Watson, Vera Hall Ward, George Melly, Guitar Slim and Jellybelly, who remind us of what a fine genre is the indigenous American ballad; we say a sad farewell to jazz clarinettist Monty Sunshine, and to Sligo's Peter Horan, and especially to the wonderful Sarah Keane of the legendary Keane Sisters.

We also mourn the passing of a superb English New Orleans style jazzband; we play a few tunes in honour of Taffy, my new greyhound dog; Bert Lloyd warns us about Wallaby Stew; I review Here I am Amongst Ye, Len Graham's new book about his old singing partner Joe Holmes; and we discover a delightful West Indian version of the Butchers Boy.

All this and much, much more. The full playlist is below, and it can be heard by going straight to the station player at .

On the other hand, or if that doesn't work, you can bring up the station page first. Click on
. 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.

Jan 2011 Worlds of Trad Playlist.

Stackerlee. Bama. Rounder. CD 1714. Prison Songs: Historical Recordings from Parchman Farm 1947-48: Vol 1: Murderous Home
Original Stackalee Blues. Richard Long "Cleve" Reed/Little Harvey Hull. Properbox. 7. Broke, Black and Blue: An anthology of blues classics and rarities
Come On Johnny. Stanislav & Rudolf Svacina. Supraphon. 1 17 1394. Anthology of Chod Folk Music
Raq Muqam Of Ili. Uyghur Musicans. Globestyle. CDORBD 098. Uyghur Musicans from Xinjiang-Music From the Oasis Towns of Central Asia
As Khastambo [I Thank My Fate]. Aznach Ensemble. Topic. TSCD 934. Songs of Defiance; Music of Chechnya and the North Caucasus
Gracias a la Vida. Unknown Group. Air Mail Music. SA 141055. Chile
Frankie & Johnny. George Melly. Universal. 544 465-2. Goodtime George
Betty and Dupree. Guitar Slim and Jelly Belly. Arhoolie. R 2005. Carolina Blues
Scotsman over the Border, The/The Tenpenny Bit. Peter Horan-Fred Finn. Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann. CL 33. Music of Sligo
Just a Closer Walk With Thee. Chris Barber's Jazzband with Ottilie Patterson. LACD 268. 1957-58. Lake
Wallaby Stew. Bert Lloyd. Fellside. FECD 220. An Evening With
Sarah Jane. Jazz Gillum. Acrobat. ACMCD 4007. Take One More Chance With Me
Duck Foot Sue. Harry 'Crutter' Cook. Veteran. VT140CD. Good Order! Ladies and Gentlemen Please: Traditional Singing from the Eels Foot
Nóirín mo Bhain. Seán 'ac Donncha. Topic. 12T 177. Grand Airs From Connemara
Andy Piopa Mhor. Tomás Ó Neachtain. Topic. 12T 177. Grand Airs From Connemara
Anach Cuain (Annaghdown). Festy Conlan. Topic. 12T 202. More Grand Airs From Connemara
Walking With The King. Phil Mason's New Orleans All Stars. Lake . LACD 254. Once in a While
My Curly Headed Baby. Christine Tyrrell with Phil Mason's New Orleans All Stars. Lake . LACD 33. You Do Something to Me
The Butcher Boy. Melcena Smith-Elias Frazer. Original Music. OMC 201. Under The Coconut Tree: Music from Grand Cayman and Tortola
John Henry. 22 & Group. Rounder. CD 1715. Prison Songs Vol 2
Gonna Die with a Hammer In My Hand. Williamson & Curry. Smithsonian Folkways. SFW 40090. Anthology of American Folk Music
Here I Am Amongst Ye-My Love Nell. Len Graham-Joe Holmes. Topic. 12TS 401. After Dawning
Dick the Dasher. Joe Holmes. Topic. 12TS 401. After Dawning
Hush, Hush, Somebody's Calling My Name. Phil Mason. Lake. LACD 111. Hush Hush
Hush, Somebody's Calling Me. Big Bill Broonzy. Smithsonian Folkways. SFW CD 40131. Trouble in Mind
Caroline of Edinburgh Town. Mrs Canafin. RTÉ. MC 102. Ciarán MacMathuna Introduces Music from Clare & Kerry
The Morning Dew-The Liffey Banks. Paddy Killoran, fdl/Willie Clancy, wstl. RTÉ. MC 102. Ciarán MacMathuna Introduces Music from Clare & Kerry
La Malaguena. Juan Reynoso. Corason. COCD 105. Plays Sones & Gustos
Madalin Solo. Madalin Solo. King. KICC 5132. Music of Myanmar
Yâ Muqîmîn Fi Sanaa. Yâ Muqîmîn Fi. Air Mail Music. Yemen
Take Me Home and Kiss Me There. Henry Makobi. Music & Words. MWCD 3006. New Memories :Guitar Music from Kenya
Chhatima Mero Yo Chhoto. Sur Sudha. SSR 1002. Sur Sudha. Himalayan Lores, The
Bo Weevil Holler. Vera Hall Ward. Atlantic. 782496 2. Sounds of the South
Bo Weevil. Leadbelly. Smithsonian Folkways . SFW CD 45047. Sings for Children
At The Setting Of The Sun (Erin Geal Mo Chroí). Keane Sisters. Demon. FIEND CD 771. At the Setting of the Sun
Tom Joad. Woody Guthrie. Rounder. 1040. Dust Bowl Ballads
The Morning Star-The Flowing Bowl-O' Reilly's Greyhound. Sean MacNamara. Veteran. VT 125. Long Strand, The
Greyhound Bus. Arthur Crudup. Blues Encore. CD 5205. Father of Rock 'n Roll
Kitty's Gone A-Milking-The Dogs Among the Bushes-The Merry Sisters. Frank O'Higgins. Topic . TSCD 605. Past Masters of Irish Music
The Boll Weevil and the Bale Weevil. Roosevelt Charles. Vanguard. VRS 9136. Mean Trouble Blues; blues, prayer, work and trouble songs
Don't You Scandalize My Name. Jazz Gillum. Acrobat. ACMCD 4007. Take One More Chance With Me
The Dandy Man. Walter Pardon. Musical Traditions. MT CD 305-6. Put a Bit of Powder on it Father
Moonshine Man. Chris Barber's Jazzband with Otillie Paterson. LACD 268. Lake. 1957-58
Resham Firi. Sur Sudha. SSR 1002. Sur Sudha. Himalayan Lores, The
The Girl that Broke My Heart. Joe Holmes-Len Graham. Cranagh. CMCD 4450. One Tradition, The-Traditional Songs From Ulster For All The Family
Otto Wood the Bandit. The Carolina Buddies. Yazoo . 2040. My Rough and Rowdy Ways Vol 2; Early American Rural Music. Badman Ballads and Hellraising Songs
Everyday Dirt. Doc Watson. Smithsonian Folkways . CD SF 40012. The Doc Watson Family
Come All You Men Throughout This Nation. Harry Cox. Topic. TSCD 662. Voice of the People Vol 12: We've received orders to sail-Jackie Tar at Sea & On Shore
Ronnie Coopers-The Gates of Mullach. Josephine Keegan. Private Publication . None. Keegan's Tunes
The Tinkler's Wedding. Willie Kemp/Curly MacKay, accdn. Topic. TSCD 663. Voice of the People Vol 13: They Ordered Their Pints of Beer and Bottles of Sherry
Farewell, My Own Dear Native Land. Margaret Barry-Michael Gorman. Topic. TSCD 654. Voice of the People Vol 04: Farewell my own dear native land; Songs of Exile and Emigration
Airlin's Fine Braes. Bill Elvin. Greentrax. CDTRAX 9001. Scottish Tradition 1: Bothy Ballads. Music from the North East.

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