Mícheál Ó Domhnaill

Week 33 . 190815 (#1890)
We remember one of Ireland’s most influential artists with the music her recorded and produced over three decades. (Featured photo by Greg Duffy)
Casadh an tSugain…by The Bothy Band from After Hours (Green Linnet) 
Fionnghuala…by The Bothy Band from The Best of the Bothy Band (Green Linnet) 
An Cailín Gaelach…by Maighread Ní Dhomhnaill from No Dowry (Gael Linn) 
The Sailor Boy…by The Bothy Band from Out of the Wind Into the Sun (Green Linnet) 
The Green Groves of Erin/The Flowers of Red Hill…by The Bothy Band from The Best of the Bothy Band (Green Linnet)
Breton Gavottes…by Kevin Burke and Mícheál Ó Domhnaill from The Flight of the Green Linnet (Green Linnet) 
Maudabawn Chapel/The Wild Irishman/The Moher Reel…by Kevin Burke and Mícheál Ó Domhnaill from Green Linnet 20th Anniversary Collection (Green Linnet) 
ID Excerpt: Something of Time…by Nightnoise from Something of Time (Windham Hill)
Gile Mear…by Relativity from Relativity (Green Linnet)
Leaving Brittany/The Pernod Waltz…by Relativity from Relativity (Green Linnet)
One for the Lad…by Nightnoise from Something of Time  (Windham Hill)
The March Air…by Nightnoise from Shadow of Time   (Windham Hill)
The Cricket’s Wicket…by Nightnoise from The White Horse Sessions  (Windham Hill)
Siún Ni Dhuíbhir…by Relativity from Relativity (Green Linnet)  

ThistleRadio Classics

Week 32 190808 (#1889)
Great songs and tunes are always available to stream on our 24-hour music channel. Span the decades with classic tracks on ThistleRadio.

Steel and Stone (Black Water)...by Kris Drever from Black Water (Compass
Reel de Chicoutimi/Reel St. Jean/Reel Eboulement...by Chris Norman from The Beauty of the North (Dorian)
Shanagolden...by Dervish from The Thrush in the Storm (Whirling Discs)
Keeping up with Calum...by Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIsaac from Seinn (Factor)
Hoireann ó Rathill iù ó...by Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIsaac from Seinn (Factor)
The Devil's Courtship...by Battlefield Band from Happy Daze (Temple)
Ridee...by Session A9 from Session A9 (RAJ)
ID EXCERPT Bard Dance...by Enya from Enya (Atlantic)
The Sailor Boy...by The Bothy Band from Out of the Wind Into the Sun (Green Linnet) 
Spike Island Lasses...by Dan Ar Braz from Made in Breizh (Tinder)
May Colven...by Emily Smith from Ten Years (White Fall)
Parting Friends...by Stuart Mason from Tradition (Native Home Music)
Jig-Só...by Calan from Dinas (Sain)
Cutting the Chord...by Savourna Stevenson from Cutting the Chord (Eclectic)

From the Archives - Part 1

Week 3 190801 (#1888):
Fiona Ritchie explores highlights from the past decade of radio shows.
Tie the Bonnet/Monaghan Twig/A Fair Wind/The Convenience Reel…by John Doyle from Wayward Son (Alliance)
Bitter Brew…by John Doyle from Shadow and Light (Alliance)
Gypsy Laddie...by Jack Beck (live recording - not available)
Black Jack Davie...by Sara Grey (live recording - not available)
Cumberland Gap...by Peggy Seeger (private collection - unavailable)
[ID Excerpt] Killoran’s Church…by John Doyle from Shadow and Light (Alliance)
Home By Bearna…by Cathie Ryan from The Music of What Happens (Shanachie)
Grace O’Malley…by Cathie Ryan from Somewhere Along the Road (Shanachie)
A mháithrín, a’ leigfeá ‘un an aonaigh mé?…by Cathie Ryan from The Music of What Happens (Shanachie)
In My Tribe…by Cathie Ryan from Somewhere Along the Road (Shanachie)
Fiddle Burns: Whistle and I’ll Come Tae Ye, My Lad/My Love She’s But a Lassie Yet…by Filska from Shetland Dialect (Veesik)
The Ferry/The Cornerhouse/ Balcomie House/The Dandy Dancer… by Simon Howie Scottish Dance Band from The Dark Island (Shelburn Associates)
The Currachman…by John Doyle from Shadow and Light (Alliance)

More New Summer Sounds

Week 30 190725 (#1887)
Hear new sounds from artists on both sides of the Atlantic, featuring a recently uncovered classic live recording by Dick Gaughan.
Coire Bhreacain…by Skipinish from Steer By the Stars (Skipinnish Records)
Hop High Ladies/Dunsmore Lasses…by Mary Z. Cox from Carolina Banjo (maryzcox.com)
Wayfaring Stranger…by Suzy Bogguss from American Folk Song Book (Loyal Dutchess Records)
The Gooseberry Bush/The Chicago Reel/Jenny’s Welcome to Charlie…by Dick Gaughan from The ‘Harvard’ Tapes (Greentrax Recordings)
The Freedom Come All Ye…by Dick Gaughan from The ‘Harvard’ Tapes (Greentrax Recordings)
Sliabh na mBan…by Dick Gaughan from The ‘Harvard’ Tapes (Greentrax Recordings)
[ID Excerpt]…The Final Birl…by The Sensational Jimi Shandrix Experience from Foxy Laddie (Brechin All Records)
Fare The Well, a Stór…by Altan from The Gap of Dreams (Compass)
The Half Century Set…by Andy Irvine, Dónal Lunny, Paddy Glackin, Mike McGoldrick, John Doyle from Usher’s Island (Vertical Records)
Erin Go Bragh…by Dick Gaughan from The ‘Harvard’ Tapes (Greentrax Recordings)
Now Westlin Winds…by Dick Gaughan from The ‘Harvard’ Tapes (Greentrax Recordings)
Song For Ireland
Orcadian Strip the Willow…by The Sensational Jimi Shandrix Experience from Foxy Laddie (Brechin All Records)

Chansons

Week 29 190718 (#1886)
From the "chant de marin," or sea shanties, of Brittany to the songs of the voyageurs of the Canadian fur trade, enjoy the French songs that extend branches of the Celtic music tree from the old world to the new, with artists Le Vent du Nord, Hilary James, and Chris Norman.

Les Métamorphoses...by Mélisande from Les Métamorphoses (melisandemusic.com)
Le Rosier...by Le Vent du Nord from Têtu (Borealis Records)
Cardeuse-Riopel...by Le Vent du Nord from Têtu (Borealis Records)
Quand J'Étais Fille à l'Âge de Quinze Ans...by Keith Murphy from Suffer No
Loss (blackislemusic.com)
Trots Matzots du Port-De-Brest...by Arcady from After the Ball (Shanachie
Records)
Jacky Daly's Reels...by Arcady from After the Ball (Shanachie Records)
Trois Navires de Ble...by Claudine Langille from The Coin and the Feather
(ClaudineLangille)
[ID excerpt] Reel des Narcisse...by Barachois from Musique Acadienne de
L'Île-du-Prince Edouard (Iona Recordings)
Sur la Route de San Francisco...Cap Horn from Horizons Chimériques (Keltia
Musiques)
Mélodie Gavotte/Ton A-Boz Gavotenn...by Karma from Nozata (Coop Breizh)
Roll Alabama Roll...by Djiboudjep from Chants de Marins (Arfolk)
Les Berceaux...by Hilary James from Burning Sun (Acoustics Records)
Reel de Chicoutimi/Reel St. Jean/Reel Éboulement...by Chris Norman from The
Beauty of the North (Dorian Recordings)
Monday Morning and Reels...by North Atlantic Trio from Some Part of
Something (Bird Creek Records)

Songs of Tannahill

Week 28 190711 (#1885)
Explore the songs of 17th-century "weaver poet" Robert Tannahill, who wrote verses in the style of Robert Burns. Tannahill's work is still widely sung and has been immortalized internationally in folk songs he influenced, including "Wild Mountain Thyme" and "Waltzing Matilda."

Are Ye Sleepin' Maggie?...by Dougie MacLean from Tribute (Dunkeld)
The Braes o' Balquidder...by The Tannahill Weavers from Capernaum (Green
Linnet)
Farewell to Whisky...by Dougie MacLean from Tribute (Dunkeld)
Thou Bonnie Wood o' Craiglea...by Claire Hastings from The Complete Songs of
Robert Tannahill, Vol IV (Brechin All Records)
Gloomy Winter's Noo Awa...by Sedrenn from Sedrenn (Keltia Musique)
Prince Charlie's March/Joy Gae Wi' My Love/Ho Mo Chaileagan ...by Jock
Tamson's Bairns from May You Never Lack a Scone (Greentrax)
Braes o' Gleniffer...by Jock Tamson's Bairns from May You Never Lack a Scone
(Greentrax)
[ID excerpt] Mazurka Polonaise...by Sedrenn from Sedrenn (Keltia Musique)
Och Hey! Johnnie Lad...by Emily Smith from The Complete Songs of Robert
Tannahill, Vol I (Brechin All Records) Adieu! Ye Cheerful Native Plains...by
Brian Ó hEadhra from The Complete Songs of Robert Tannahill, Vol III
(Brechin All Records) Thou Cauld Gloomy Feberwar...by Fiona Hunter from The
Complete Songs of Robert Tannahill, Vol III (Brechin All Records)
Fly We To Some Desert Isle...by Emily Smith from The Complete Songs of
Robert Tannahill, Vol I (Brechin All Records
Loudon's Bonnie Woods and Braes...by Rod Paterson from The Complete Songs of
Robert Tannahill, Vol IV (Brechin All Records)
Killoch Burn & Ye Dear Romantic Shades...by Wendy Weatherby from The
Complete Songs of Robert Tannahill, Vol IV (Brechin All Records)
O Laddie, Can Ye Lea Me & How Can Ye Gang Laddie?...by Fiona Hunter from The
Complete Songs of Robert Tannahill, Vol IV (Brechin All Records)
Andro...by The Tannahill Weavers from Capernaum (Green Linnet)

Common Currency

Week 27 190704 (#1884)
Follow the instrumental links and song streams that connect musical traditions across miles and oceans. This week's episode features music by Joe Craven, Pauline Scanlon, Tim O'Brien, Colcannon and more.

Soldiers of Joy…by Joe Craven from Camptown (Blender Logic Arts)
Rain and Snow…by Pauline Scanlon from Hush (Compass)
Considine¹s Grove/Trip to Durrow/Martin Wynne¹s/Bere Island…by Madden,
Conway, McComiskey & Dolan from Pride of New York (Compass)
Ireland¹s Green Shore…by Tim O¹Brien from The Crossing (Alula)
The Kid on the Mountain…by Tim O¹Brien from The Crossing (Alula)
Gypsy Davy…by Julie Glaub from Blue Waltz (Julee Glaub)
[ID Excerpt] Irish Waltz…by Charlie McCoy from A Celtic Bridge (Vox Terrae)
From Clare to Here…by Colcannon from Covering Our Tracks (Greentrax)
The Commonwealth Suite: Aotearoa ­ Land of the Long White Cloud/Hoea Ra/Dawn
of a New Age/Te Rua…by Rua from Homeland: The Rua Collection (Greentrax)
The Maid Behind (McGlinchey¹s) Bar/Frankie Gavin…by Tony McManus from
Pourquoi Quebec? (Greentrax)
Red Mary…by The Paul McKenna Band from Between Two Worlds (Greentrax)
Combolé…by Joe Craven from Camptown (Blender Logic Arts)

Alan Reid at Swannanoa

Week 26 190627 (#1883)
Scottish singer, songwriter and former Battlefield Band member Alan Reid visits Traditional Song Week at the Swannanoa Gathering. We hear highlights from his remarkable musical encounters with Cathy Jordan, Len Graham, Sheila Kay Adams, Tony Ellis, Matt Watroba and Dr. Kathy Bullock.

The Pleasure Will Be Mine…by Alan Reid from Recollection (Temple)
Sliabh Gallion Braes…by Cathy Jordan - Live recording at the Swannanoa Gathering
This Little Light of Mine…by Kathy Bullock with Cathy Jordan, Sheila Kay Adams and audience - Live recording at the Swannanoa Gathering
Stand Boy Stand…by Tony Ellis - Live recording at the Swannanoa Gathering
Do Lord…by Tony Ellis - Live recording at the Swannanoa Gathering
And When I Rise…by Matt Watroba with Len Graham, Alan Reid and audience - Live recording at the Swannanoa Gathering
[ID excerpt: solo banjo melody…by Tony Ellis - Live recording at the Swannanoa Gathering
Cumbernauld House…by Alan Reid from The Sunlit Eye (Temple)
Early In the Morning…by Len Graham with Alan Reid, Matt Watroba and audience - Live recording at the Swannanoa Gathering
Hangman’s Song…by Tony Ellis - Live recording at the Swannanoa Gathering
Plockton Air…by Tony Ellis - Live recording at the Swannanoa Gathering
Little Margaret…by Tony Ellis - Live recording at the Swannanoa Gathering
We Shall Not Be Moved……by Matt Watroba with Len Graham, Alan Reid and audience - Live recording at the Swannanoa Gathering






Singing the Land

Week 25 190620 (#1882)
This week features music from Karine Polwart's theatrical event Wind Resistance and from fiddler Duncan Chisholm’s Sandwood Bay, named for the finest and least accessible beach in Scotland.

Ben-Y-Vrackie/The Crieftan/Old Hill (part 2)...by Tunebook from Melody Lab (Sheem)
The Wild Geese...by Liam O'Flynn from Out to An Other Side (Tara)
Uamh An Oir...by Josie Duncan and Pablo Lafuente from The Morning Tempest (Oak Ridge)
All on a Summer's Morning...by Karine Polwart from A Pocket of Wind Resistance (Hudson)
The Moor Speaks...by Karine Polwart from A Pocket of Wind Resistance (Hudson)
Lark in the Clear Air...by Karine Polwart from A Pocket of Wind Resistance (Hudson)
Lullaby for a Lost Mother...by Karine Polwart from A Pocket of Wind Resistance (Hudson)
 [ID excerpt] Snow on High Ground...by Duncan Chisholm from Sandwood (Copperfish) 
Spaílpin Fánach...by Dervish from Live in Palma (Compass)
I Love the Trees...by Nomos from Set You Free (Green Linnet)
Súile Shuibhne...by Nomos from Set You Free (Green Linnet)
The Pilgrimage...by Duncan Chisholm from Sandwood (Copperfish)
A Precious Place...by Duncan Chisholm from Sandwood (Copperfish) 
Dizzy Blue...by Duncan Chisholm from Sandwood (Copperfish) 
The Burial Clouds...by Duncan Chisholm from Sandwood (Copperfish) 
North to Cape Wrath/The Dark Reel...by Duncan Chisholm from Sandwood (Copperfish) 

New Releases and Debuts

Week 24 June 13, 2019 (#1881)
Time to check into the latest new music arriving in the Thistle & Shamrock mailbox.
Carnival...by Screaming Orphans from Life in a Carnival (screamingorphans.com)
True Lover John...by Malinky (with Len Graham) from Handsel (Greentrax)
The Green Lady...by Snowflake Trio from Sun Dogs (Ta:lik Records)
The Braes o' Broo...by Malinky from Handsel (Greentrax)
Doctor O'Neill...by The Gloaming from The Gloaming 3 (Real World Records)
[ID excerpt] Bridget O'Malley...by Steve Baughman from Shootout at Convict Lake (celticguitar.com)
Happy Together...by Screaming Orphans from Life in a Carnival (screamingorphans.com)
Horpe's Reel...by Hawktail from Unless (Padiddle)
Hogeyed Foxhunter...by Qristina Brooke from Linger (qristinabrooke.com)
Bodach Innse Chrò...by Diamh from The Rough Bounds (diamh.net)
Happy Fish...by Diamh from The Rough Bounds (diamh.net)
Sheehan's Jigs...by The Gloaming from The Gloaming 3 (Real World Records)



Raise Your Voice

Week 23 June 06, 2019 (#1880)
While solo singing is revered in traditional singing circles, layers of harmony and massed voices create stunning arrangements of traditional folk song.

The Broom of the Cowdenknowes…by The Black Family from The Black Family (Dara)
Lassie, Lie Near Me…by Corrina Hewat and Friends from Scottish Women (Greentrax)
Sail Away…by Malcolm Dalglish & The Ooolites from Pleasure (Ooolitic Music)
Mari Lwyd…by Carreg Lafar from Hyn (Sain)
Novel…by Ensemble Choral du Bout du Mond from Celtic Christmas Music From Brittany (Green Linnet)
Dùlamán…by Anuna from Omnis (Celtic Heartbeat)
Blow Northern Wind…by Mediaeval Baebes from The Rose (Nettwork)
Land of Light …by Tannahill Weavers from Land of Light (Green Linnet)
ID Excerpt: Lick the Maypole…by Mediaeval Baebes from The Rose (Nettwork)
Against the Wind…by Máire Brennan from Máire (Atlantic)
Travellers’ Prayer…by Mairead Ni Dhomnaill & The Voice Squad from Travellers’ Prayer- John Renbourn (Shanachie)
Canan Nan Gaidheal…by Gaelic Women from Ar Cánan ‘s Ar Ceòl (Greentrax)
Hush Hush…by Maddie Prior & The Girls from Bib & Tuck (Park)
Island Spinning Song…by National Youth Choir of Scotland from There’s Lilt in The Song (NYCOS)
Another Train…by The Poozies from Chantoozies (Hypertension)
Banba Óir...by Clannad from Banba (RCA)

Christine Kydd: Shift and Change

Week 22 May 30, 2019 (#1879)
Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame inductee Christine Kydd is a leading singer of traditional and contemporary Scottish songs. She is also a popular music educator, working with all age groups to bring song to the heart of communities. We feature her latest album Shift and Change, while Christine talks about selecting the material to include and introduces the cast of musicians who collaborated with her.

Slave's Lament...by Chantan from Primary Colours (Culburnie Records)
Sailor Laddie...by Christine Kydd from Dark Pearls (Culburnie Records)
Braes o' Balquidder...by Christine Kydd from Shift and Change (Greentrax)
The Wild Geese/Norland Wind...by Christine Kydd from Shift and Change (Greentrax)
Blue Murder...by Christine Kydd from Shift and Change (Greentrax)
[ID excerpt] Old & Strong...by Janet Russell & Christine Kydd from Janet Russell & Christine Kydd (Greentrax)
Just Another Rolling Stone...by Christine Kydd from Shift and Change (Greentrax)
This is the News...by Christine Kydd from Shift and Change (Greentrax)
Trilogy for Peace: The Waters of the World, All Shall Be Well, Peace Round...by Christine Kydd from Shift and Change (Greentrax)
Shift and Change...by Christine Kydd from Shift and Change (Greentrax)
The Back o' Reres Hill...by Christine Kydd from Shift and Change (Greentrax)

https://www.christinekydd.com






Scent of Spring

Week 21 May 23, 2019 (#1878)
Spring is in the airs… and the jigs, reels and songs as we put out a musical welcome mat for the season.

Echo’s Calling...Joe McKenna from The Irish Low Whistle (Shanachie)
The March Air...by Nightnoise from Shadows of Time (Windham Hill)
Brighid’s Kiss...by La Lugh from Celtic Woman 2 (Lughnasa)
Morning Dew...by Kim Robertson from Dance to Your Shadow (Narada)
Yellow on the Broom...by Sheena Wellington from Clearsong (Dunkeld)
Logan Water/Pennan Den...by Ossian from The Carrying Stream (Greentrax)
ID Excerpt: Piper’s Despair…by Kim Robertson from Dance to Your Shadow (Narada Media)
May Morning Dew...by Moving Hearts from The Storm (Son Records)
Til the Sun Comes Up...by Katie McMahon from After the Morning (Paradigm)
Even in the Rain...by Deaf Shepherd from Even in the Rain (Deaf Shepherd)
The Crow in the Sun...by Liz Carroll from Lost in the Loop (Green Linnet)
The Nightingale...by Jacqui McShee’s Pentangle from At the Little Theatre (Park)
Inner Sound...by The Whistlebinkies from Inner Sound (Lochshore)

Dreamtime

Photo by Keith Taylor

Week 20 May 16, 2019 (#1877)
Kick back with some soothing voices and free spirited instrumentals, featuring Dougie MacLean, Maire Brenan, Karen Matheson and Davy Spillane.

Ca Dé Sin Do’n Té Sin…by Clannad from Banba (RCA)
Bonnie Jean…by Karen Matheson from Time to Fall (Vertical)
Pamela Rose Grant/The Ewie Wi’ the Crooked Horn/The Scolding Wives of Abertarff…by Tony McManus/Alan Genty from Singing Sands (Greentrax)
‘S fhada leam an Oidche Ghemhradih…by Dougie MacLean from Riof (Dunkeld)
Teehan’s…by Michael McGoldrick from Fused (Compass)
The Lowlands of Holland…by Donal Lunny from Coolfin (Blue Note)
ID Excerpt: Midnight Walker…by Davy Spillane from Pipedreams (Tara Music)
Little Sadie …by John Doyle from Wayward Son (Compass)
An Honourable Peace/The Drip…by William Jackson from Duan Albanach (Mill)
Bí Liom…by Moya Brennan from Two Horizons (Decca)
What Makes You Dream…by Bohinta from Belladonna (Celtic Collections)
Swedish…by Karen Tweed & Timo Alakotila from May Monday (Northside)
Ubi Caritas…by Connie Dover from The Wishing Well (Taylor Park)
Darklight…by Davy Spillane from A Place Among the Stones (Columbia)


Season of Light

Week 18 May 2, 2019 (#1875)
Marked in early May, Beltane is one of four quarter-day festivals in the old year. Join our celebration of the natural elements – Air, Earth, Water and Fire – in a Beltane-themed hour of music.

Fire Dance...by Richard Wood from Fire Dance (Iona)
Roly Gentle/Hot Rivets/Tartar Frigate/Closed Face Reel...by Kathryn Tickell from The Very Best of Kathryn Tickell (Park)
Huron 'Beltane' Fire Dance...by Loreena McKennitt from Parallel Dreams
(Quinlan Road)
Tine Gheal/Bright Fire...by Anam from Tine Gheal/Bright Fire (Linn)
An Hour in the Gloaming...by Jim Malcolm from The First Cold Day (Beltane)
Blackberry Festival Footrace/For Reals...by Hanneke Cassel from For Reasons Unseen(Cassel Records)
[ID Excerpt] Firedance/Andalucia...by Brendan Power from Brendon Power Plays the Music from Riverdance (Greentrax)
Beltaine...by Lúnasa from Lúnasa (Compass)
We Build Fires...by The Poozies from Raise Your Head (A Retrospective) (Compass)
The Fire of the Spirit...by Richard Souther from Illumination. Hildegard von Bingen:The Fire of the Spirit (Sony)
Flowers of Spring/The Wily Old Man...by John Carty from Yeh, That's All It Is (Shanachie)
Snowdrops/Birth...by Maddy Prior from Year (Park)
A Rosebud By My Early Walk...by The Birnam Quartet from The Music of Burns
(Shoogle)
Firedance...by Bill Whelan from Riverdance (Celtic Heartbeat)

The Great Tapestry

Week 17 April 25, 2019 (#1874)
Marking Carnegie Hall’s Migrations ~ The Making of America festival:
Follow the great musical migration from Scotland, through Ulster to Appalachia. Maggie MacInnes, Tim O’Brien, Cara Dillon, Jean Ritchie, Sheila Kay Adams and others share songs that tell the story of a remarkable musical diaspora.

Benton’s Jig/Benton’s Dream… by Patrick Street from No. 2 Patrick Street (Green Linnet Records)
It Was a’ For Our Rightfu’ King…by Dougie MacLean from Craigie Dhu (Dunkeld Records)
The Crossing…by Tim O’Brien from The Crossing (Alula Records)
The Rambling Irishman…by Len Graham & Brian O’hAirt from In Two Minds (Bua Music)
The Winding River Roe …by Cara Dillon from Sweet Liberty (Rough Trade Records)
The Earl o’ Cassillis Lady (The Gypsie Laddies)….by Norman Kennedy from Live in Scotland
(Living Tradition)
Gypsy Davy…by Julee Glaub from Blue Waltz (Troubadour-ess Music)
Wayfaring Stranger/British Field March…by Timothy Cummings from The Piper in the Holler
(Birchen Music)
Young Hunting/Elzig’s Farewell….by Sheila Kay Adams from The Other Fine Things
(Granny Dell Records)
Old George’s Square….by Jean Ritchie from None But One / High Hills and Mountains
(Greenhays)
Shady Grove…by Doc Watson & David Holt from Legacy (High Windy Audio)
Rain and Snow…by Pauline Scanlon from Hush (Compass Records)
A Mountaineer is Always Free…by Pierce Pettis from State of Grace (Compass Records)
The Parting Glass…by Al Petteway & Amy White from High in the Blue Ridge
(Fairewood Studios)


Atlantic Bridge

Week 16 April 18, 2019 (#1873)
Marking Carnegie Hall’s Migrations ~ The Making of America festival:
From dance tunes to Gaelic airs, the musical links between old world and new come alive with Scotland’s Alasdair Fraser, Cape Breton’s Dougie MacDonald, Ireland’s Maeve Donnolly and more.

Atlantic Bridge….by Davy Spillane from Atlantic Bridge (Tara Music)
The Brown One: Strathlorne/Ciaran Kelly’s/The Golden Brown Chevette…by Dàimh from
Moidart to Mabou (Goat Island Music)
Cape Breton Song…by Capercaillie from Delirium (Survival)
St. Joseph’s Hornpipe/Crossing the Minch…by Hamish Moore from Stepping on the Bridge
(Greentrax)
Captain John’s/The Queen of May…by Geraldine Cotter from The Independence Suite
(Celtic Crossings)
Hè Mo Leannan...by Navan from The Independence Suite (Celtic Crossings)
Lime Hill/Trip to Miriam’s/The Jinkin’ Mermaid/Mutt’s Favourite…by Liz Doherty from Last
Orders (Foot Stompin’)
ID Excerpt: A Miner….by Dougie MacDonald from A Miner (Dougie MacDonald)
Prince Albert’s Reel/Drowsy Maggie/Jenny Dang the Weaver/Lord Kinnaird…by Kilt from
Four in the Crib (Kilt Music Group)
Distant Son…by Dougie MacLean from Riof (Dunkeld)
Nova Scotia January/Waltz from Cape Breton…by Chris Norman from Portraits (Dorian)
Shrip’s Clog/Virtuoso Hornpipe...by Maeve Donnolly from The Independence Suite
(Celtic Crossings)
Haidh O…by Maggie MacInnes from Peaceful Ground (Marram)
The Duke of Kent’s Lodge at Glentilt/Malts on the Optics/Farewell to Decorum…by Tracey
Dares from Crooked Lake (Ground Swell Recordings)
The King’s Reel/Old Time Wedding Reels/The Cape Breton Symphony’s Welcome to the
Shetland Isles/Father Francis Cameron/Sandy McIntyre’s Trip to Boston…by Alasdair Fraser and Jody Stecher from The Driven Bow (Culburnie)

Made in America

Week 15 April 11, 2019 (#1872)

Marking Carnegie Hall’s Migrations ~ The Making of America festival:
Travel from the 1920s with legendary fiddlers Michael Coleman and James Morrison, to the thriving 1970s session scene and hear the evolving sound of Irish traditional music in the United States.


Paddy Fay¹s / Tatter Jack Walsh/Hole In the BoatŠby Laurence Nugent from The
Windy Gap (Shanachie)
Lord MacDonald/Ballinasloe FairŠby Michael Coleman from The Wheels of the
World, Vol. 1 (Shanachie)
The Night Pat Murphy DiedŠby The Flanagan Brothers from The Wheels of the
World, Vol. 2 (Shanachie)
The Tractor Driver/ A Tune For the GirlsŠby Liz Carroll from Lake Effect
(Green Linnet)
Barrel Rafferty¹s ReelŠby Mike Raggerty & Mick Moloney from Traditional
Irish Music in America- The East Coast (Rounder)
I¹m Leaving TipperaryŠby Pate White from The Wheels of the World, Vol. 1
(Shanachie)
Sailing HomeŠby Frank Quinn & Joe Maguire from The Wheels of the World,
Vol.1 (Shanachie)
My Irish Molly-oŠby DeDanann from The Star Spangled Molly (Shanachie)
ID Excerpt: The Piper¹s Despair/Julia Delaney¹sŠby Eileen Ivers from Dear
Old Erin¹s Isle (Nimbus)
Rakish Paddy/The Wheels of the WorldsŠby James Morrison from The Wheels of
the World, Vol.1 (Shanachie)
KillarneyŠby Deirdre Connolly from A Song in Turn (Glentrague Records)
Drowsy Maggie/Scotch Mary/Flogging ReelŠby Patrick J. Touhey from The Wheels
of the World, Vol. 2 (Shanachie)
A Tribute to Ed ReavyŠby The Green Fields of America from Live in Concert
(Green Linnet)
The Conspiracy/Nuala¹s Bonnet/The Croton Dam/The InvasionŠby Jerry
O¹Sullivan from The Invasion (Green Linnet)

Song Links

Week 14 April 4, 2019 (#1871)

Marking Carnegie Hall’s Migrations ~ The Making of America festival:
Fiona recalls the connections that captured her attention when she first traveled in the U.S. by exploring what ties her native landscapes to the music of the Southern Appalachians, featuring music from the Fellside Recordings Song Links 2 collection.

Shady Grove...by Al Petteway & Amy White from Land of the Sky (Maggie's
Music)
The Cuckoo...by Jean Ritchie from Song Links (Fellside)
The Cuckoo...by Al Petteway & Amy White from Land of the Sky (Maggie's
Music)
The Cuckoo...by The Devil's Interval from Song Links (Fellside)
The Devil's Nine Questions...by Bruce Molsky from Song Links (Fellside)
Cape Fear...by Ian Hardie from Westringing (IanHardie)
Wedding Dress...by T with the Maggies from T With the Maggies(Compass)
[ID excerpt] Craggy Pinnacle...Al Petteway from Mountain Guitar (Fairewood)
Barbrie Ellen...by Mary Humphries & Anahata from Song Links (Fellside)
Sligo Maid...by Kim Robertson from Shady Grove (Gourd)
Barbara Allen...by Cassie Franklin with Southern Brew from Song Links
(Fellside)
Draggle-tail Gypsies-O...by Benji Kirkpatrick from Song Links (Fellside)
Seven Yellow Gypsies...by Dolores Keane from There Was a Maid (Claddagh)
Clayton Boone...by Skip Gorman from Song Links (Fellside)
Red Haired Boy/Cold, Frosty Morn Šby Al Petteway from Mountain Guitar
(Fairewood)