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Worlds of Trad Upload May 2011

Fred McCormick 27 Apr 11 - 10:52 AM
RoyH (Burl) 28 Apr 11 - 05:10 AM
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Subject: Worlds of Trad Upload May 2011
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 27 Apr 11 - 10:52 AM

Worlds of Trad Upload. February 2011

At last the long awaited latest Worlds of Trad upload is on air and streaming even as you read this. Again, I have to apologise for the cumbersome delay, but the class war has taken off like a rocket recently, and I seem to spend my every waking hour fighting cuts and closures and swingeing attacks on all manner of decent hard working folks.

Anyway, I have a completely new set of sounds for your delectation. Among them, we find some more of those indigenous American ballads, courtesy of Sarah Grey, Mississippi John Hurt, Leadbelly, Kelly Harrell, Estil C Ball, Mance Lipscomb, Acker Bilk, Doc Watson and Charles Ingenthron (not Vern Smelser, as I realised I'd said when I listened to the on-air playback!). There's a few songs of national liberation to cheer on the folks fighting for freedom in the middle east; John Maguire, Doc Watson, Desi Wilkinson and Buster Mustoe remind us the perils of cuckolding irate husbands; and Bo Carter, The Lion, Big Joe Williams, Sheila Stewart, George Lewis and Clifton Chenier lecture us on the virtues of healthy eating. So no more of those greasy burgers and fry-ups!

Then while those guys cleanse the digestive system, Alfred G Karnes, Furry Lewis, Elder Roma Wilson, The Maddox Brothers and Rose, Bill Matthews and Aubrey Ghent cleanse the soul and set us on the path of righteousness – as though we ever left it!

We also squeeze in a quick look at John Szwed's new biography of Alan Lomax, hear a couple of favourite Lomax recordings, and sample a new CD apiece from Fred McDowell and the field collection of Art Rosenbaum.

Last but not least, we say a fond farewell to Ira Louvin, J P Fraley and Pinetop Perkins, all of whom have taken their places in the celestial choir.

All this and much, much more. The full playlist can be seen below and it can be heard by going straight to the Station Player

On the other hand, or if that doesn't work, 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.

Feb 2011 Worlds of Trad Playlist.

Shut up in the mines of Coal Creek. Tracy Schwarz. XTRA. 1083. Modern Times
Payday at Coal Creek. Pete Steele. Yazoo. 2200. Kentucky Mountain Music
United Like a Mighty River. Muhammed Shafi Reli. Nonesuch. H-72075. Ladakh.
Khyber. The Pathans. Saydisc. CD-SDL 376. Disappearing World
Patriotic Song. Shah Ali Sarkar. Argo. ZFB 74. Music From Bangla Desh
Life of the Miners. Unknown. Arhoolie. 3025. Your Struggle is Your Glory
Saturday Night Fish Fry. Louis Jordan. MCA. MCAD2-11907. Let the Good Times Roll
Saturday Night Function. Little Brother Montgomery. Ace. CH 263. Chicago - The Living Legends: Little Brother Montgomery
Young Roger The Miller. Phil Tanner. EFDSS. CD 02. A Century of Song
Erchard of Taunton Dean. Aunt Fannie Rumble. Rounder. CD 1741. World Library of Folk and Primitive Music: England
Fair Fannie Moore. Sarah Grey. Waterbug. WBG 0044. Back in the Airly Days
Joe Turner Blues. Mississippi John Hurt. Edsel. EDCD 381. Memorial Anthology Vol 1
Bill Brady. Leadbelly. Document. DOCD 5228. Leadbelly Vol 3 1939 - 1947
Charles Giteau. Kelly Harrell. Smithsonian Folkways. SFW 40090. Folkways Anthology of American Folksong
Rain in the Hills. Mohamed Badri Hassan. Original Music. OMCD 029. Rain in the Hills: Beja Ballads of Port Sudan
St Louis Blues. R L Watson & Josiah Jones. Arhoolie. CD 385. Mississippi Delta Blues Jam in Memphis Vol.1
Attractive Melody. Unidentified Ensemble. King. KICC 5108. Music of Central Asia: Uzbekistan
Hokum Blues. Dallas String Band. Columbia. CK 47912-5. Roots 'n Blues. The Retrospective 1925-50
Jump Steady Blues. Pine Top Smith. Yazoo. 2035. Shake Your Wicked Knees; Classic Piano Rags, Blues and Stomps 1928 - 43
Green Valley. Marie Hare. Folk Legacy. FSC 9. Of Stathadam, New Brunswick Canada
Strathspey & Reel Medley. Lee Cremo Trio. Smithsonian Folkways. SF 40472. Wood That Sings
La Contredanse. Norman Legault. Auvidis. YA 225705. Musical Travelogue-Quebec
Roger The Miller. Stanley MacDonald. Folkways. FM 4053. Folksongs of the Miramichi
Mayenziwe-Marie Caissie. Lorraine Klaasen; Edith Butler; . Auvidis. YA 225705. Musical Travelogue-Quebec
Beans. Bo Carter. Document. DOCD-5079. Vol 2 1931 - 1934
Vitalology. The Lion. Rounder. CD 1077. Calypso Carnival
Vitamin A Blues. Big Joe Williams. Catfish. KATCD 128. Crawlin' King Snake
Cod liver Oil. Sheila Stewart. Private PRC. No Number. Time Goes on and Time Goes on
Doctor Jazz. George Lewis. Tradition. TCD 1049. Jazz Funeral in New Orleans
Going Down Slow. Clifton Chenier. Arhoolie. CD 404. Live! at the Long Beach and San Francisco Blues Festivals
Young Charlotte. Charles Ingenthron. Rounder. 82161 1108 2. Ozark Folksongs
Little Orphan Girl. Doc Watson. Vanguard. VSD 45. The Essential Doc Watson
Tizeta. Various. Air Mail Music. SA 141054. Ethiopia
Abusi Edumare. Kasumo Adio. Original Music. OMCD 16. Yoruba Street Percussion
Jumpin' Judy. Tangle Eye/Hard Hair. Murderous Home. Rounder. CD 1714
Find My Suitcase. Fred McDowell. Devildown. CD 001. Come and Found You Gone
Flat Foot Charlie. Ben Entrekin, Uncle John and James Paterson. Dixie Frog. DFGCD 8697. Black & White
Mary of the Wild Moor. Ira Louvin. Bear Family. BCD 15561. Close Harmony
Wild Rose of the Mountain. J P Fraley. Rounder. 82161 0037 2. Wild Rose of the Mountain
Pine Top's Boogie Woogie. Pinetop Perkins. Charly. CRB 1061. Red Hot and Blue
Poor Ellen Smith. Estil C Ball. Rounder. CD 1702. Southern Journey Vol 2 Ballads and Breakdowns
Ella Speed. Mance Lipscomb. Arhoolie. F1001. Texas Sharecropper and Songster Vol 1
Delia Gone. Acker Bilk. Lake. LACD 257. Vintage
The Wee Croppy Tailor. John Maguire. Mercier. IRL 11. Folksongs Sung in Ulster Vol.1
Everyday Dirt. Doc Watson. Smithsonian Folkways. CD SF 40012. The Doc Watson Family
The Tailor and The Sailor. Desi Wilkinson. Spring. CSP 1009. The Three Piece Flute
I am Called to the Foreign Field. Alfred G Karnes. Dust to Digital. DTD - 01. Goodbye, Babylon
Glory, Glory Hallelujah. Furry Lewis. Advent. 2805. Sorrow Come Pass me Round
Give Me My Flowers While I Live. Elder Roma Wilson. Arhoolie. CD 429. This Train
Gathering Flowers for the Master's Bouquet. Maddox Brothers and Rose. King. KCD 669. A Collection of Standard Sacred Songs
Baptismal Hymn. Bill Matthews. Rounder. CD 1709. Southern Journey Vol 9: Harp of a Thousand Strings: All Day Singing from the Sacred Harp
God Be With You. Aubrey Ghent. Arhoolie. CD 450. Sacred Steel
Bill The Weaver. Buster Mustoe. Veteran. VT 109. The Horkey Load Vol 2
More Lies. Bama-"22". Rounder. CD 1715. Prison Songs: Historical Recordings from Parchman Farm 1947-48: Vol 2
Dandling Song, Spinning Song, Waulking Songs. Annie McNeill/Mary Johnston/Rachel McLoud/Annie Johnston. Ember. FA 2055. Heather And Glen
Jeen Khim Kek. The Wat Ensemble Vajiradhammapadip. Chubby Dragon. CD 1005. The World in Our Backyard
The Ladies of France/Jackson's Trip to Aughrim/Jackson's Return from Dover. John Rea. Topic. 12TS 373. Traditional Music on the Hammer Dulcimer
Tümen Aktiin Töbörgöön. Chi Bulico. King. KICC 5135. Mongolian Morin Khuur

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload May 2011
From: RoyH (Burl)
Date: 28 Apr 11 - 05:10 AM

Well done once again Fred, a brilliant selection. Alfred G Karnes AND Phil Tanner! Stupendous!

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload May 2011
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 28 Apr 11 - 05:45 AM

Alfred G Karnes. Why didn't I think to include the other Phil Tanner? Gid Tanner's little lad and inheritor of the monicker of the Skillet Lickers. Maybe next time.

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload May 2011
From: Will Fly
Date: 28 Apr 11 - 05:53 AM

Lovely stuff, Fred - as always!

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Subject: RE: Worlds of Trad Upload May 2011
From: Fred McCormick
Date: 03 May 11 - 06:26 AM


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