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Folk on Sunday, no. 1249- Sunday 13th September

Specialising in narrative song.
Today: Tumbling Tom; Liza DiSavino; Dennis Warner and Stevie Palmer.

Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]

 

1. Liza DiSavino: The three crows (2.37) (Traditional) "There was a fair maid dwelling: ballads of Katherine Jackson French (disc 1)" Liza DiSavino, 2019. (CD) [US] (https://elizabethdisavinoauthor.com) [Child #26, Roud 5, Randolph #9]

2. Bob Lewis: Good morrow Mistress Bright (2.46) (M:Traditional W:Alfred Percival Graves) "The Two Bobs' Worth: Bob Lewis & Bob Copper at a Kent folk club, 1999" Musical Traditions MTCD374, 2017. (CD) [UK] (http://www.mtrecords.co.uk) [Roud 8119]

3. Tumbling Tom: Broom of the Cowdenknowes (4.41) (Traditional) "Tumbling Tom sampler" Tumbling Tom, 2007. (CD) [EN] (http://www.tumblingtom.co.uk) [Child #217, Roud 8209]

4. Sam Larner: The wild and wicked youth (1.02) (Traditional) "Cruising round Yarmouth (disc 1)" Musical Traditions MTCD369, 2014. (CD) [UK] (http://www.mtrecords.co.uk) [Laws #L12, Roud 490]

5. Jesse Wells: Going across the sea (2.08) (Traditional) "Just around the bend: survival and revival in Southern banjo sounds (disc 2)" Smithsonian Folkways SFW40207, 2019. (CD) [US] (http://www.folkways.si.edu) [Roud 11516]

6. Stevie Palmer: James Watt's perfect engine (3.56) (Stevie Palmer) "We become the sunshine" Greentrax CDTRAX408, 2020. (CD) [SC] (https://www.greentrax.com)

7. George Belton: The dark eyed sailor (3.55) (Traditional) "A true furrow to hold" Musical Traditions MTCD378, 2020. (CD) [UK] (http://www.mtrecords.co.uk) [Laws #N35, Roud 265, DT #460]

8. Dennis Warner: Saint Anthony (3.44) (Gina Forsyth) "Pilot me" Main Trail Productions MTP0814-11, 2020. (CD) [US] (http://www.warnersongs.com)

9. Zach & Maggie: Western wind (4.06) (Zach White) "Acoustic rainbow vol 50" PoetMan, 2020. (CD) [US] (http://www.acousticrainbow.com)

10. Ronny Cox: Hot water cornbread (3.28) (Ronny Cox) "Live at the Kitchen Sink" Ronny Cox, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://www.ronnycox.com)

11. Liam Weldon: Barbary Allen (5.27) (Traditional) "Dark horse on the wind" Mulligan LUN CD3006, 2011. (CD) [IE] [Child #84, Roud 54, Randolph #21]

12. Mick West Band: Road to Dundee (4.18) (Traditional) "The Celtic collection: 30th anniversary of KRL (disc 1)" Lochshore CDDLD5002, 2008. (CD) [SC] (http://www.krl.co.uk) [Roud 2300, Buchanan #534.1]

 

References:
Child: Francis James Child, The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (1882-1898).
Laws: G. Malcolm Laws, Jr., Native American Balladry (1964); and American Ballads from British Broadsides (1957).
Roud: https://www.vwml.org
Buchanan: Tom Buchanan's Scottish Tome
DT: Digital Tradition
Randolph: Vance Randolph, Ozark Folksongs (1946-1950)

 

 

Folk on Sunday, no. 1248- Sunday 30th August

Specialising in narrative song.
Today: Michael and Nell; The Barbaloots; Pamela Ward & Paul Cherrington and Brant Miller.

 

Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]

 

1. Thomas Aaron Garlow: REBO (4.06) (Thomas Aaron Garlow) "Waterfalls" Thomas Aaron Garlow TAG002, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://www.thomasaarongarlow.com)

2. Michael and Nell: Displacement blues (2.39) (Nell Levin) "Welcome home" Roseheart Records RR101, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://www.shelbysong.com)

3. The Barbaloots: Possum came to town (3.30) (Michael Cockram) "Possum came to town" Anything is Possumable APR2020, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://shoreandcockram.com/the-barbaloots)

4. The Nell & Jim Band: By stars and sunrise (4.23) (James Nunally, Nell Robinson & Chris Wadsworth) "Western sun" Whippoorwill Arts NJBCD0690, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://www.nellandjim.com/whippoorwill-arts)

5. Trip McCool: The urge to roam (4.27) (Dennis Dougherty) "Hang me out to dry" Thinking Dogs Records, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://tripmccool.bandcamp.com)

6. Brant Miller: Listen to this guitar sing (3.50) (Brant Miller) "Roots, rhymes & branches" Miller Woods Records MWR100, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://brantmillermusic.com)

7. Jason Wilber: Time traveler (3.15) (Jason Wilber) "Time traveler"WilberTone Records WTR011, 2019. (CD) [US] (https://jasonwilber.com)

8. Alan Whitbread: Three jolly fishermen (3.06) (Traditional) "White Stocking Day: shanties and songs of the sea" Spindrift SPIN119, 2010. (CD) [EN] (https://www.spindriftrecords.co.uk) [Roud 3496]

9. Pamela Ward & Paul Cherrington: Little mesters (3.33) (M:Paul Cherrington W:JP Ward) "The accidental live album: an evening with Pamela Ward & Paul Cherrington" Providence Music PRCD5603, 2019. (CD) [UK] (http://cherringtonandward.co.uk)

10. Mike Glick: We shall be free (3.33) (Mike Glick) "Alternative facts & other white lies" Generations Music, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://generations-music.com)

11. Gordon Thomas Ward: Truth (I will rise) (5.35) (Gordon Thomas Ward) "Eiderdown" Gordon Thomas Ward, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://gordonthomasward.com)

 

References:
Roud: https://www.vwml.org

 

  

Folk on Sunday, no. 1247 - Sunday August 23rd

Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]

1. Eliza Carthy MBE, Martin Green & Roger McGuinn: Traditional reel (2.33) (Traditional) "Treasures from the Folk Den" Appleseed APR CD 1046, 2001. (CD) [US] (http://www.appleseedmusic.com)

2. Alf Wildman: The bailiff's daughter of Islington (3.06) (Traditional) "King's Head Folk Club: traditional performers at this London folk club 1968-1970 (disc 2)" Musical Traditions MTCD357, 2012. (CD) [UK] (http://www.mtrecords.co.uk) [Child #105, Roud 483]

3. Siobhan Miller: May morning dew (4.12) (Traditional) "All is not forgotten" Siobhan Miller, 2020. (CD) [SC] (https://www.siobhanmiller.com) [Ng 2239, Session #8547]

4. Paddy Tunney: Blackwater side (2.35) (Traditional) "The Irish edge" Topic 12T165, 1966. (LP) [UK] (http://www.topicrecords.co.uk) [Laws #P18, Roud 564]

5. Packie Manus Byrne: Paddy's green shamrock shore (3.41) (Traditional) "Packie Byrne (Folk classics series)" EFDSS LP1009, 1969. (LP) [UK] (http://www.efdss.org/folkshop) [Roud 1419, Ng 2370, Session #7048]

6. Barry Oreck: A simple song (3.34) (Barry Oreck) "We fit together" Barry Oreck 888296999236, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://barryoreckmusic.com)

7. Jud Caswell: Get poor slow (3.30) (Jud Caswell) "Live at the Seagull Shop" Alderdown 888295947749, 2020. (CD) [US] (http://www.judcaswell.com)

8. George Belton: Green broom (2.09) (Traditional) "A true furrow to hold" Musical Traditions MTCD378, 2020. (CD) [UK] (http://www.mtrecords.co.uk) [Roud 379, Greig-Duncan #5.950]

9. Rattle on the Stovepipe: Hungry cotton mill blues (3.09) (Dave Arthur) "Through the woods" Wildgoose Studios WGS432CD, 2020. (CD) [UK] (http://www.wildgoose.co.uk)

10. John Batdorf: Broken (2.53) (John Batdorf) "Acoustic rainbow vol 50" PoetMan, 2020. (CD) [US] (http://www.acousticrainbow.com)

11. Susan Ruth Brown: Lord Lovel (3.57) (Traditional) "The songs and ballads of Hattie Mae Tyler Cargill" Folk-Legacy CD-128, 2001. (CD) [US] (http://www.folk-legacy.com) [Child #75, Roud 48, Randolph #17]

12. Ronny Cox: Comin' back to you (5.50) (Ronny Cox) "Live at the Kitchen Sink" Ronny Cox, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://www.ronnycox.com)

 

References:
Child: Francis James Child, The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (1882-1898).
Laws: G. Malcolm Laws, Jr., Native American Balladry (1964); and American Ballads from British Broadsides (1957).
Roud: https://www.vwml.org
Ng: https://www.irishtune.info
Greig-Duncan: Shuldham-Shaw, P and Lyle, E B, (ed.) The Greig-Duncan
Folk Song Collection vols 1-8 (1981-2002).
Randolph: Vance Randolph, Ozark Folksongs (1946-1950)
Session: https://thesession.org/tunes/

 

Folk on Sunday, no. 1246 - Sunday 16th August

Today: Brant Miller; Sandy Cash; Thomas Aaron Garlow and The Nell & Jim Band.
Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]

1. Maddy Prior: The brisk butcher (2.42) (Traditional) "Folk songs of Olde England volume 1" Mooncrest CREST23, 1968. (LP) [UK] [Roud 167]

2. John McCutcheon: (If I were a) featherbed (2.22) (John McCutcheon) "The best of Woodsongs volume 3" PoetMan, 2008. (CD) [US] (http://www.acousticrainbow.com)

3. Mike Seeger: Oh my little darlin' (2.03) (Thaddeus C Willingham) "Highlights from the National Banjo Pickers Convention 1969" Kiwi SLC- 76, 1969. (LP) [NZ] (http://www.kiwipacific.com)

4. Norma Waterson MBE: My husband's got no porridge in him (3.40) (M:Traditional W:Les Barker) "Cat nav disc 2 (Guide cats for the blind vol. 4)" Osmosys OSMO CD 051, 2009. (CD) [WA] (http://www.terranovamusic.com)

5. Thomas Aaron Garlow: Only one survived (5.26) (Thomas Aaron Garlow) "Waterfalls" Thomas Aaron Garlow TAG002, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://www.thomasaarongarlow.com)

6. Annie Arnott: Tha biodag aig MacThòmais (1.37) (Traditional) "Dhannsadh gun dannsadh: dance-songs of the Scottish Gaels (Scottish tradition vol. 28)" Greentrax CDTRAX9028, 2019. (CD) [SC] (http://www.greentrax.com)

7. Alan Whitbread: Cold winds (3.58) (Tom Kastle) "White Stocking Day: shanties and songs of the sea" Spindrift SPIN119, 2010. (CD) [EN] (https://www.spindriftrecords.co.uk)

8. George Belton: The little shirt my mother made for me (1.52) (Harry Wincott) "A true furrow to hold" Musical Traditions MTCD378, 2020. (CD) [UK] (http://www.mtrecords.co.uk) [Roud 10437]

9. Sandy Cash: Hard times no more (2.48) (Sandy Cash) "More than meets the eye" Sandy Cash, 2020. (CD) [IL] (http://www.sandycash.com)

10. The Joedai Warriors: Kingdom come (2.12) (Joe Peters) "Acoustic rainbow vol 50" PoetMan, 2020. (CD) [US] (http://www.acousticrainbow.com)

11. Brant Miller: Dublin or nothin' (3.14) (Brant Miller) "Roots, rhymes & branches" Miller Woods Records MWR100, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://brantmillermusic.com)

12. Mike Glick: Come by here (4.14) (Mike Glick & Lindsey Wilson) "Alternative facts & other white lies" Generations Music, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://generations-music.com)

13. The Nell & Jim Band: Travelin' the road West (3.14) (Jim Nunally) "Western sun" Whippoorwill Arts NJBCD0690, 2020. (CD) [US] (https://www.nellandjim.com/whippoorwill-arts)

14. Debra Cowan: The darkest hour is just before the dawn (3.33) (Ralph Stanley) "Fond desire farewell" Falling Mountain Music FM1054, 2009. (CD) [US] (http://www.fallingmountain.com)

References:
Roud: https://www.vwml.org

  

 

Radio Kidnappers extends thanks to the companies and individuals who have provided recordings for review/play on Folk on Sunday and Kidnappers Ceilidh.  Feedback is welcome, especially if we get the song attributions wrong.

 

Mitch and Robyn Park
(Folk on Sunday and Kidnappers Ceilidh, Radio Kidnappers 1431AM & 104.7FM)
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