COME ALL YE

'Come All Ye' is heard each Sunday from 12 to 2 pm on community radio 2MCE-FM in Bathurst (92.3 Mhz) and Orange (94.7 Mhz), NSW, Australia. Bruce Cameron has presented 'Come All Ye' each week since 1976. It is the longest running folk / acoustic / roots program on Australian radio still with its original presenter.

Playlists
October - December 2001

TRACK / artist / album / label           * Australian content


29 December 2001

A pre-recorded program today, as I was at the Gulgong Folk Festival.  The entire program was turned over to LIVE IN PALMA, a double CD by Irish band DERVISH, recorded at a concert on the Spanish island of Mallorca in 1997, released on the Whirling Discs label.


22 December 2001

The featured album was  PAPER ANGELS  by  ARTISAN (Bedspring Music).  The album includes "unusual seasonal songs which say something special about Christmas". The following tracks were scattered through the program:

PAPER ANGELS;  FIRST CHRISTMAS AWAY FROM HOME;  THROW ANOTHER CHAIRLEG ON THE FIRE;  THE SNOWMAN'S SONG;  SCARLET RAYGUN;  THE MORNING OF THE YEAR;  A CHRISTMAS CAROL

THE BELLS OF DUBLIN / The Chieftains / Bells Of Dublin / BMG

PAST THREE O'CLOCK / The Chieftains with The Renaissance Singers Bells Of Dublin / BMG

ST STEPHEN'S DAY MURDERS / The Chieftains with Elvis Costello / Bells Of Dublin / BMG

IL EST NE / The Chieftains with Kate & Anna McGarrigle / Bells Of Dublin / BMG

GOD REST YE MERRY, GENTLEMEN  and  GOOD KING WENCESLAS / Loreena McKennitt / A Christmas Radio Sampler 1999 / Quinlan Road

ES IST EIN' ROS ENTSPRUNGEN  and  HOW VAIN THE CRUEL HEROD'S FEAR  and THE GOLDEN CAROL  and  CHRISTMAS BELLS / Joel Mabus / How Like The Holly / Fossil Records

THE SUSSEX CAROL / Nightnoise / A Winter's Solstice V / Windham Hill

THE SIMPLE BIRTH / Barbara Higbie / A Winter's Solstice V / Windham Hill

THE FIRST NOEL / Tracy Silverman and Thea Suits-Silverman / A Winter's Solstice V / Windham Hill

CHRISTMAS PUPPIES / Robert Bobby / F*U*B*A*R / www.cdbaby.com/robertbobby

LONE PILGRIM / Peter Rowan and the Rowan Brothers / Sacred Voices / Sugar Hill

SHUT DE DO / Tim & Mollie O'Brien / Sacred Voices / Sugar Hill

A'SOALIN'  and  PLEASE TO SEE THE KING / Ceilidh Friends / The Spirit of Giving / Ceilidh Friends

JOY TO THE WORLD / Jim Brickman / A Winter's Solstice V / Windham Hill

WINTER NIGHT'S WALTZ  and  LEADING OF THE STAR / Ann & Phil Case / Holiday Sampler / Dry Run Recordings

I SAW THREE SHIPS  and  SILVER BELLS / Gerri Gribi / Home For Christmas / Lilyfern Records

RAGTIME TOWN OF BETHLEHEM  and  O COME EMANUEL / Neil Woodward / ... A Cup Of Kindness / Black Dog Records

* WOULD JESUS BE AN OCKER? / Bruce Watson / Politics, Religion & Sex / self published

PEOPLE LOOK EAST  and  THE CHERRY TREE CAROL / Diane Taraz / Hope! Says The Holly / Raisin Pie Music

OH HOLY NIGHT / Neil Woodward / ... A Cup Of Kindness / Black Dog Records

CHRISTMAS IN THE TRENCHES / John McCutcheon / Water From Another Time / Rounder


16 December 2001

The featured album was  PETIT FOU  by   MATAPAT  (Borealis www.borealisrecords.com ).  This is the second collaboration by the exciting Quececois trio, featuring a range of musical influences and a dozen or so guest performers.  Great energy and good fun.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

REEL DE LA PECHE AU CAPELAN;  LA FILLE DU GEOLIER;  LE CHAMP DE POIS; LA VIELLE GALOPE;  CHARMANTE SYLVIE;  PETIT FOU ET SA SUITE;  LA VENDEE

I MADE THE PRISON BAND / Rick Lee / Natick / Waterbug

MAZLTOV COCKTAIL / Tummel / Klezmer / ARC

* YOU CAN GET ARRESTED FOR THAT / Greg Champion / Greg Champion & the Coodabeen Champions / ABC Country

* KAYA / Malumba / Interwoven / www.malumba.com

MARBLEHEAD NECK / Cindy Kallet / Cindy Kallet 2 / Folk-Legacy

LOST MY HORSE / Otis Taylor / White African / NorthernBlues Music

* STARRY NIGHT FOR A RAMBLE / Bill Case & Maureen Aston / Home Sweet Home / Dulcetone Recordings

* WHEN THE WEE BIRDS START LEAVING / Alistair Hulett & Dave Swarbrick / In The Cold Grey Light Of Dawn / Musikfolk

WHERE SILENCE REIGNS / Martyn Wyndham Read / Highlights 99 / National Folk Festival

* THE IRON ROAD / Trouble In The Kitchen / Highlights 99 / National Folk Festival

SEICE RUAIRIDH / Capercaillie / Dusk Till Dawn - The Best Of Capercaillie / Survival Records

ST PATRICK BATTALION  and  WHO WILL TELL THE PEOPLE / David Rovics / Living In These Times / www.davidrovics.com

* PRETTY JESSIE / Alan Musgrove / 16th Illawarra Folk Festival - Sampler / www.illawarrafolkclub.org.au

* THE WANDERERS / Us Not Them & Friends / 16th Illawarra Folk Festival - Sampler / www.illawarrafolkclub.org.au

SEALLAIBH CURAIGH EOGHAINN / Tannas / Suilean Dubh / Lochshore

SHADRACK  and  ALL MY TRIALS / The Tarriers / The Tarriers / Folk Era

DON'T PET THE DOG / Rick Lee / There's Talk About A Fence / Waterbug

OLD JOE CLARK / Red Allen / The Folkways Years / Smithsonian Folkways


9 December 2001

The featured album was  PANCHPURAN  by  BILL JONES (Brick Wall Music www.brickwallmusic.com )  Bill (Belinda) Jones is a young singer / songwriter / multi-instrumentalist from the north east of England whose second album features a mix of traditional and more recent material, including a fascinating title track drawing on the experience of her mother's Anglo-Indian family now living in England. The following tracks were scattered through the program:

THE BARLEY AND THE RYE;  PANCHPURAN;  ROCKING THE CRADLE;  THE HEXHAM LAD;  TUNEY SONG SET

* MISSISSIPPI RIVER BLUES / Bernard Carney / The Bernard Carney Collection

* ROISIN DUBH / Louis McManus / With A Heart And A Hand / bing@alphalink.com.au

SINGLE GIRL MARRIED GIRL / Jody Stecher and Kate Brislin / Songs of the Carter Family / Appleseed

THE ELYSIAN FIELDS / Calico / Songdogs / Lochshore

ACADIAN SATURDAY NIGHT / Stan Rogers / Festival To Go (Sampler vol 2) / Festival

WHEEL OF FORTUNE / John Renbourn and Robin Williamson / Wheel Of Fortune / Flying Fish

PONY BLUES / Honeyboy Edwards / Mississippi Delta Bluesman / Smithsonian Folkways

SOURWOOD MOUNTAIN / Rafe Stefanini / Glory On The Big String / County Records

* THE HAGGIS SET / Chris Duncan / Fyvie's Embrace / ABC Classics

TINE LASTA  and  TURLOUGH'S / Kila / Lemonade and Buns / www.kila.ie

MI-AM PUS BUSUIOC IN PAR / Maria Buza with Taraful Ciuleandra / ARC

* WE DON'T HAVE NO REDS TO BLAME NO MORE / Peter Hicks / The Bottom Line / self published

WRECK OF THE BAYRUPERT / Tom Lewis / Mixed Cargo / Borealis

HUNT THE SQUIRREL / Richard Greene & Beryl Marriott / Hands Across The Pond / Richard Greene Productions

* PIG AND WHISTLE ROLL / Vincent P.Brophy / Down To The Sea In Ships / Hard Yacka Records

DOWIE DENS O YARROW / Dick Gaughan / Outlaws and Dreamers / Greentrax

AIRES DE PONTEVEDRA / Pat Kilbride / Undocumented Dancing / Green Linnet


2 December 2001

The featured album was  CLOUD LINING  by Melbourne singer songwriter ENDA KENNY  endakenny@hotmail.com The following tracks (all * Australian content) were scattered through the program:

SORRY LITTLE MAN;  AL SAUNDER'S GARAGE;  NEW RELEASES;  MORNINGTON REVISITED;  MRS O'BRIEN

WAYFARING STRANGER / Aengus Finnan / Fool's Gold / Shelter Valley

DEWLAGAS ELL BRAS / Anao Atao / Poll Lyfans / Kesson

* RAINBOW HOTEL / Simon Bruce / The Champagne Sessions / AMRAP

* COME BACK TO YOUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS / Lola Wright / Home Sweet Home / Dulcetone Recordings

* THE MAXINA / The Jerry Atrix / Home Sweet Home / Dulcetone Recordings

* THE LATEST KIND OF CLONE / Bernard Bolan / cd single / www.CordiallyYours.com.au/BernardBolan

BERTO A CA SOA  and  TREXELANA / B.E.V. / Variabile-Naturale / Felmay

ANNACHIE GORDON / Corina Hewat / Scots Women / Greentrax

CROPIE'S STRATHSPEY / Abby Newton / Crossing To Scotland / Culburnie

* THE NORFOLK RANGERS  and  * SWEET TAYTES / George Toofie Christian / Pilli Lornga NI / Coral Music

* UP THE YARD / Jane Brownlee / Fiddler On The Rocks / Shoestring Productions

SHANTEYMEN BOLD / Derek Gifford / Sailing By / Cock Robin Music

TAILS AND TROTTERS / Ann Mayo Muir / The Music Of Ann Mayo Muir / Folk-Legacy

* MY DREAM  and  * T.I.WOMAN / Harvest Moon Band / In Some Old Shed / Collective Effort

THE QUEEN AND THE SOLDIER  and  JENNY'S / F.King, G.Walther, J.Treyz / 3rd Dimension / Verlag der Spiellute


18 November 2001

This was our 'Radiothon' (pledge) weekend, so the station was in total chaos for two days.  The inclusion here of several unplanned live performances was a challenge, but a good time was had by all.  All tracks come from artists who are either local residents or who have performed here on tour.

BILL MALLEY'S SCHOTTISCHE / Brian McNeill / To Answer The Peacock / Greentrax

LAST OF THE WIDOWS / Jez Lowe / promo 1998 limited release (?) / Lowe Life Music

* THE KELLYS WOULDN'T RUN / The Ragged Band / Australian Folk 2000 / www.folkalliance.org.au

* THROUGH MY EYES / Ben Montaigue / 2MCE-FM private recording

* THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN TAKE-AWAY / Eric Bogle / Beating Around The Bush / Castle Communications

CUMBERLAND GAP / John McCutcheon / Sprout Wings And Fly / Rounder

* I GOT RHYTHM / Roger Woodward / Rustle Of Spring / Warner

* TRAINWRECK 49 / Jeff Lang / Everything Is Still / self published

THE DUCHESS OF GORDON / Jennifer and Hazel Wrigley / Mither O' The Sea / Greentrax

* FIELDS OF GOLD / Ann Roxborough / Ann Roxborough / private recording

NEVER TIRE OF THE ROAD / Andy Irvine / Rain On The Roof / self published

* SEE MY GRAVE IS KEPT CLEAN / David Byers / Crooked Wheel / self published

* JAVA / Peter Horan / cd single / self published

* THE SAO SONG / Pat Drummond / Tales From The Local Rag / True Blue Records

YOU CAN EAT DOG FOOD / Tom Paxton / New Songs From The Briarpatch / Vanguard

* I'M GOING TO GERMANY / Ralph McTell / Stealin Back / Essential


11 November 2001

The featured album was  2001 - A FOLK ODYSSEY, a compilation album featuring 18 tracks by various performers active in "Germany's current folk music, song and worldmusic scene".  This is the fifth annual PROFOLK sampler (www.PROFOLK.de) giving international exposure to German artists.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

CLIFFE HORNPIPE (Lynch The Box);  TELEFONPOLKA (Mrs Meyer's Love Affair);  KIZIROGLU MUSTAFA (Ensemble Fisfuz);  DE SANTA MARIA SINAL (Wunnespil);  ZIGEUNERLIED / LEGENES (Hora Colora)

NO CAUSE FOR ALARM / Dick Gaughan / Sail On / Greentrax

* LET THE CANEFIELDS BURN / Graeme Connors / The Best ... 'Til Now / Panama Music Company

TOMMY PEOPLES  and  BRID OG NI MHAILLIE / Altan / Island Angel / Green Linnet

* BILLY OF TEA / The Bushwackers Band / Flash Jack From Gundagai / Avenue

MORNING TAKE ME / Cottonwood / Acoustic Rainbow Volume 11 / PoetMan

I'M MY OWN GRANDPA / Willie Nelson / Acoustic Rainbow Volume 11 / PoetMan

AND HIS DOG / Kinnell / Donald's Dog / Lochshore

ROLY POLY / Asleep At The Wheel with The Dixie Chicks / Ride With Bob / Dreamworks

* I NEVER WILL MARRY  and  * I DON'T WORK FOR A LIVING / Us Not Them / Sleepers / www.speedlink.com.au/users/usnothem

TRANSIT / Richard Shindell / Somewhere Near Paterson / Signature Sounds

REX / Kevin Henry / One's Own Place / BogFire

ANGEL OF LEONE / Tom Russell / Best Of WoodSongs Vol 1 / PoetMan

SHEEP / Zoe Lewis / Best Of WoodSongs Vol 1 / PoetMan

THE TOLAETH / Huw and Tony Williams / Rosemary's Sister / Tudor Crescent Studio

* THE CADGWITH ANTHEM / Carrl Myriad / Carrl Myriad / self published

* THREE SCORE AND TEN / The Wayfarers / Gathering Thyme / Late Edition Studios

THE GOOD-LOOKING WIDOW / Anne Neilson / Scots Women / Greentrax

IKO IKO / The Horseflies / In The Dance Tent / Live and Kickin Records


4 November 2001

The featured album was  DON'T DENY MY NAME  by  RICK ROBBINS with RORY BLOCK  (Seeds of Man Records).  A great mix of Americana with some thought-provoking material, all well packaged and presented.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

ROVING GAMBLER;  BANDIT OF BRAZIL (O' CANGACEIRO);  I RIDE AN OLD PAINT;  ARTHRITIS BLUES;  BILLY;  THE SOUTH COAST

* THE OLD PUBS / Home Rule / The Joiner's Arms / Larrikin

TWEEDLEDEE REEL / Ian Hardie & Andy Thorburn / The Spider's Web / Greentrax

MERRY GREEN BROOM / Kate Rusby / Little Lights / Pure Records

BLACK IS THE COLOUR  and  SWEET EVELINA / Aengus Finnan / Fool's Gold / Shelter Valley

6/8 DU PETIT SARNY / April Verch / Verchuosity / Rounder Select

* THE WAVERLEY WALTZ  and  * HIGH AMONG THE HEATHER / Taliesin / Taliesin / self published

REELS GAN AINM / Josephine Marsh / Live In Westport / self published

DOONSIDE UP / The Border Country Dance Band / The Border Fiddler / Fellside

* RABIN / Enda Kenny / Baker's Dozen / self published

* GALILEO / Fagan Family / Kitchen Dance / Mossbawn Music

CIRCLE OF STONES / Dave McCann & The Ten Toed Frogs / Woodland Tea / Old Man River Folk Music

* RAGGLE TAGGLE HIPPIE / Malumba / Interwoven / www.malumba.com

* THIS OLD WORLD / Tiffany Eckhardt / 16th Illawarra Folk Festival At Jamberoo / www.illawarrafolkclub.org.au

* I'M CHANGING OUR NAME TO GRAMMAR / Maurie Mulheron / cd single / self published

BREAK THE CYCLE / Relative Sight / cd single / www.relativesight.com

BRAW SAILIN' ON THE SEA / Ossian / Dove Across The Water / Iona

MAYO BRETON SET / Lunasa / Live / self published

UPSTAIRS AT CHARLIE'S / Tom Corbett / Upstairs At Charlie's / Roundhole Records


28 October 2001

The featured album was  SONGDOGS  by CALICO  (Lochshore www.lochshore.com ).  Calico is a band from Cork City and this, their second album, features mostly recent compositions presented in a familiar Irish traditional style - there are seven instrumentals and three songs, all played very well and with refreshing restraint in the instrumentation.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

SONGDOGS;  METAL DRUMS;  THE ELYSIAN FIELDS;  MEN OF DESTINY;  SUSANNA MARTIN;  ON THE MOVE

SEVEN YELLOW GYPSIES  and  BRANLE DE BOURGOGNE / Nancy Kerr & James Fagan / Starry Gazy Pie / Fellside

BOSUN'S CHAIR / Derek Gifford / Sailing By / Cock Robin Music

THUNDERHEAD / Coila / Full On / Lochshore

THE BRAES O' KILLIEKRANKIE O / Chantan / Primary Colours / Culburnie

* AMAZON / Bruce Watson / Real World / self published

NEW YEAR'S EVE  and  MANDOLIN WALTZ / Acie Cargill / Acie Cargill's Country Songs / Cobwebs Recording

* HIGHLAND SCHOTTISCHES  and  * KATE KELLY / Barry McDonald and Marooan / Where The Sun-Lights On The Dew-Drops Shine / Harbourtown

* THE ROVING DIES HARD / Colcannon / Strength To Strength / ABC

LIMO TO MEMPHIS  and  SNOWBIRD / Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem / Cocktail Swing / Signature Sounds

REPINICANDO / Banda De Gaitas Ledicia /  Bagpipes of Galicia / ARC

YANKEE BOOTS / Jez Lowe / Bad Penny / Firebird Music

THE LAMENTATION OF OWEN ROE O'NEILL  and  BLACK EYED DOG / Lehto & Wright /  Ye Mariners All / Narnian

POLKA CHINOISE / Chris Wood & Andy Cutting / Lisa / RUF


21 October 2001

The featured album was  OUTLAWS AND DREAMERS  by  DICK GAUGHAN (Greentrax  www.greentrax.com )  Another great album from this master Scottish performer - always a keen judge of others' songs and capable of writing his own excellent contributions for each new album.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

FLORENCE IN FLORENCE;  TOM JOAD;  OUTLAWS AND DREAMERS;  JOHN HARRISON'S HANDS;  TOM PAINE'S BONES;  STRONG WOMEN RULE US ALL

WAITING FOR THE WHEEL TO TURN / Capercaillie / Dusk Till Dawn / Survival

* LITTLE SWEET POTATO  and  * MORUROA MON AMOUR / Jackie Luke / Beauteous Grove / Dulce Melos Music

* WAR SONG / Bernard Carney & Peter Grayling / No Time Like The Future / Tempo

DONAL AGUS MORAG / Altan / Celtic Song / Narada World

UNTHANK / Xim / 989 / Cube Roots

* THE GLASS ON THE BAR / Jules Sackville / Along The Track With Henry Lawson / Henry Lawson Centre - Gulgong

* THE GULGONG SONG / Home Rule / Along The Track With Henry Lawson / Henry Lawson Centre - Gulgong

TEXAS BLUES / Joe Carr and Alan Munde / Windy Days And Dusty Skies / Flying Fish

DUST MY BROOM / Chris Smither / Live As I'll Ever Be / Hightone

SOUVENIR FROM BUDAPEST / Andras Farkas / Famous Hungarian Gypsy Tunes / ARC

NOMADS OF THE ROAD / John Faulkner / Nomads / Clo Iar-Chonnachta

COTTON MILL GIRLS / Lucky Bags / Food For Thought / Fellside

* THE BONNIE LASS O' BON-ACCORD SET / Chris Duncan / Fyvie's Embrace / ABC Classics

JOHNNY SANGSTER / Jock Tamson's Bairns / May You Never Lack A Scone / Greentrax

ACRE OF LAND / Brass Monkey / Sound & Rumour / Topic

LIBERTY / Doc Watson / Doc Watson At Gerdes Folk City / Sugar Hill


14 October 2001

The featured album was INTERWOVEN, the second album by MALUMBA, a Canberra based quartet who create their own energetic blend of 'new folk' sounds and are festival favourites in this country. Mostly original instrumental danceable material with influences from a wide range of musical cultures.  www.malumba.com   The following tracks, all * Australian content, were scattered through the program:

ATHOL HIGHLANDERS;  SERENDIPITY;  FIREDANCE;  LIDICE; LILLYPILLY;  ROMP

MAID ON THE SHORE  and  THE CASEY SET / Cucanandy / Contented Minds / Milky Way Music

THE LINCOLNSHIRE POACHER / Pete Morton / Trespass / Harbourtown

* THE WORKERS SONG / Trouble In The Kitchen / Down The Broom / self published

* WHERE THE BRUMBIES COME TO WATER / Harvest Moon Band / In Some Old Shed / Collective Effort

COUSIN SALLY BROWN / Bruce Molsky / Poor Mans Troubles / Rounder Select

CELEBRATED WORKING MAN / Bob Fox & Benny Graham / How Are You Off For Coals? / Fellside

SALLY GEE / Bob Fox & Stu Luckley / Box Of Gold / Fellside

ONCE I HAD A SWEETHEART / Jacqui McShees Pentangle / At The Little Theatre / Park Records

* WALK ABOUT / Jane Brownlee / Fiddler On The Rocks / Shoestring Productions

KENT, KEER AND LUNE / Derek Gifford / Sailing By / Cock Robin Music

SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 / Ken Waldman / CD single / Nomadic Press

TANGUEDIA 111 / Astor Piazzolla / Tango Zero Hour / Nonesuch

'ALT, WHO GOES THERE? / Stanley Holloway / The Classic Monologues / Avid

PERFUMES OF ARABIA / Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick / Skin And Bone / Green Linnet

THE CORNCRAIK / Deaf Shepherd / Synergy / Greentrax

THE CLASSICAL GREEK / Open House / Second Story / Green Linnet

L & N / Mr Mole / From The Outside / Moletown Records

SWANSEA TOWN / Mike Waterson / Mike Waterson / Topic


B Cameron 2001