'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
January - March 2002

TRACK / artist / album / label           * Australian content


31 March 2002

The featured album was  BEYOND THE STORM  by  EILEEN MCGANN (Dragonwing Music)  www.eileenmcgann.net  Attractive arrangements and presentation of self-penned and traditional material.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

BONNY SUSIE CLELAND;  YOUNG CLIFFORD & FAIR ROSAMOND;  NO COUNTRY'S LAW;  WATERFALL;  WATER KELPIE'S LULLABY;  QUEEN ELEANOR & FAIR ROSAMOND

ALL DOWN THE DAYS / Gerry Hallom / On The Periphery / William Boyd Music

MIDLAND TWO-STEP / Poullard, Poullard & Garnier / Poullard, Poullard & Garnier / Louisiana Radio.com

FAIRLY SHOT OF HER / Clannad / An Diolaim / Music Club

* IF THERE'S A WAR ON / John Murphy & The Woodpickers / Acoustic Rainbow Vol 12 / PoetMan

THE RICH WILL NEVER BE POOR / Carol Denney / Acoustic Rainbow Vol 12 / PoetMan

UNEXPECTED JUBILATION / Ellery Klein / Salt & Pepper / www.elleryklein.com

THE MOON-MAN NEWFIE / Stompin' Tom / A Proud Canadian / Capitol

* THE ROAR OF THE CROWD / Home Rule / Write Me A Letter / www.hwy.com.au/~homerule

* SCHOOLMASTER / Jane Brownlee / Fiddler On The Rocks / Shoestring

WHA'LL DREG A BUCKIE / Drinker's Drouth with Davy Steele / A Tribute / Greentrax

SKIN TOO THIN / Jez Lowe and the Bad Pennies / Honesty Box / Tantobie

WECHSELSPIEL / Fraunhofer Saitenmusik / Das Album / Trikont

* HUNGARIAN TUNES FROM KALOTASZEG / Transylvaniacs / Sampler - 15th Illawarra Folk Festival / www.wongawillicolonialdance.org.au

LIFELINE / Rick Fielding / Lifeline / Folk-Legacy

GIRL FROM RED ISLAND / Joy Norman / Lately / Gannet Music

* RAGGLE TAGGLE GYPSY / The Fling / Live At Fairbridge Festival / www.iinet.com.au/~downesr/fairfest.html

* GARDENS OF DEATH / Bernard Carney / Live At Fairbridge Festival / www.iinet.com.au/~downesr/fairfest.html

* WILD ABOUT MY LOVIN' / Jugularity / Unjugged / www.jugularity.com

UNDER AMERICAN SKIES / Tom Paxton & Anne Hills / Under American Skies / Appleseed

LYNCH BLUES / Corey Harris / Greens From The Garden / Alligator Records


24 March 2002

The featured album was  SHADY TREE  by GREG CHAMPION www.gregchampion.com.au  An Australian singer songwriter perhaps better known for humorous, sporting and parody material, his latest album reveals a more introspective and spiritually aware artist while still offering opportunities to chuckle. The following tracks (all  * Australian content) were scattered through the program:

SHADY TREE;  FURTHER UP THE MOUNTAIN;  RISE UP;  THIS BODY'S GONNA WEAR OUT;  SLOW AND MOURNFUL;  WHEN I KICK THE BUCKET

ARMSTRONG'S ARMY  and  FANCY GOODS / Jez Lowe and the Bad Pennies / Honesty Box / Tantobie

I WISH I KNEW HOW IT WOULD FEEL TO BE FREE / Fiddlers 4 / Fiddlers 4 / Compass Records

* THE MEADOW / B Moran, N Murphy, J & J Dalton / Session / self published

TENNESSEE PEACHES / Eileen Hemphill-Haley / Porch Songs / H2T Records

LADY ANN MONTGOMERY'S REEL / Tony McManus / Ceol More / Greentrax

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

GRAVEYARD / Loudon Wainwright III / Songs From SingOut! v.45#4 / SingOut!

HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING / Eva Cassidy / Eva By Heart / Blix Street Records

WILD MOUNTAIN  and  LOMOND / Rise / Uncertain Wonders / www.riseband.co.uk

COPERNICUS / Wishing Chair / Crow / Terrakin

* THE DRUNKEN LANDLADY / Ella & Gilbert / Highlights - National Folk Festival 2002 / www.folkfestival.asn.au

DUST MY BROOM / Big Jack Johnson with Kim Wilson / The Memphis Barbecue Sessions / M.C. Records

* THE RASPBERRY PICKERS SONG / Harvest Moon Band / In Some Old Shed / Collective Effort

TARALILA RASARAKA / Tarika Sammy / Fanafody / Rogue Records

STICKLEBACK SONG / John Palmes / Born To Be A Butterfly / johnpalmes@gci.net

LARK IN THE MORNING / Maddy Prior / Arthur The King / Park Records

THE ROAD TO BAYAMON / Tom Russell / Beyond St Olav's Gate / Round Tower Music

WHILE THE GAMEKEEPERS LIE SLEEPING / Emily Slade / Small Talk, Grand Ideas / Rustic Thorn Records


17 March 2002

The program included a smattering of Irish material to acknowledge St Patrick's Day, but the featured album was LOST LADY FOUND,  the third album from UK band FIREBRAND  www.firebrand.org.uk  (Kite's Nest Records).  Clever arrangements through an interesting use of the band's intruments and fine vocal harmonies make for a most enjoyable blend of English, Scottish, Irish and other European material. A combination of traditional and contemporary material, some self penned.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

ASTURIAN SET;  MOLL MALONE;  BLOOD BROTHERS;  FLANDERS;  LARIDE;  MAD MOTHERS

THE EXILE'S JIG / Sweeney's Men / The Best Of Irish Folk / Castle Communications

WEB OF BIRDSONG / Kathy Kallick / My Mother's Voice / Copper Creek

* THE MICKY DAM  and  * THE FULL RIGGED SHIP / The High Notes / The High Notes / self published

CRAZY HORSE / John Trudell / Bone Days / Daemon Records

Jan Nary's interview with Chris Kempster and Alex Hood.  Topics included The Bushwhackers, the seminal Australian folk band formed in the 1950s; the Australian stage play / musical "Reedy River"; and the beginnings of the folk movement in Australia during the Cold War.

* SHEARING IN A BAR / Martyn Wyndham-Read / Emu Plains / Fellside

* BRITTANY LITANY / Barb Dwyer / Highlights of the 2002 National Folk Festival / www.folkfestival.asn.au

* LIKE LIMERICK / Us Not Them / One Man's Weeds - Another Man's Flowers / www.speedlink.com.au/users/usnothem

* GALICIAN PASTICHE  and  * TIME / Queensland Police Pipes and Drums / Pandora's Other Box / QPPD

AFTER AUGHRIM'S GREAT DISASTER / Liam O'Flynn with The Voice Squad / Out To An Other Side / Tara

RARE OULD TIMES / The Dubliners / An Hour Of Irish Gold / Music World

GUMBOOT CLOGGEROO / Stompin' Tom / A Proud Canadian / Capitol

DAICHEVO HORO / East Wind Trio / Mozaik sampler / private pressing

COAL NOT DOLE / So's Your Mom / Common Ground / Your Mother's Music


10 March 2002

The featured album was  UNJUGGED  by Melbourne based band  JUGULARITY www.jugularity.com   Their own description of their music is accurate: "An energetic mix of folk, lounge, jazz, blues and gypsy music in comedy cabaret style."  A CD of happy music played with great exuberance, including 5 minutes of video footage of concert performance.  The following tracks (all * Australian content) were scattered through the program:

WILD ABOUT MY LOVING;  FATE TRAIN;  WALTZING MACTILDA;  SHAVING BLUES; JUGGLING TIME

ROOT HOG OR DIE  and  HAWKIN'S RAG / Ernie Hawkins / Bluesified / Say Mo' Music

* SING ABOUT LIFE / Tiddas / Real World / Phonogram

BUD THE SPUD  and  THE KETCHUP SONG / Stompin' Tom Connors / A Proud Canadian / Capitol

THE HERRING ROAD / Phamie Gow / Lammermuir / Greentrax

J'AI ETE AU BAL / Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band / Songs From SingOut! v.45#1 / SingOut!

GOLDMAN'S HARD TIMES  and  VALSE A LAWTELL / Goldman Thibodeaux & Calvin Carriere / Les Miseres Dans La Coeur / Louisiana Radio Records

* MARDI GRAS TWIST / Dancehall Racketeers / Yarraville Sessions / self published

BIN BOOGIE ON THE BAYOU / Lee Ron Zydeco Davis / Shango Shake / Pleezed To Squeeze Productions

GRAND TASSO  and  PUMPKIN'S FANCY / The Red Stick Ramblers / The Red Stick Ramblers / Louisiana Radio Records

LARK IN THE MORNING / Kate MacLeod / Waterbug Anthology / Waterbug

* EIGHTEEN PENCE / Alan Scott / Travelling Through The Storm / Fanged Wombat

* OKTOBERFEST / Queensland Police / Pandora's Other Box / Queensland Police Pipes and Drums

LATCHKEY LOVER / Jez Lowe & The Bad Pennies / Honesty Box / Tantobie

YE BANKS AND BRAES / Tony McManus / Ceol More / Greentrax

TAKE HER IN YOUR ARMS / Bob Fox / Dreams Never Leave You / Woodworm Records


3 March 2002

The featured album was  TOWARDS THE LIGHT  by  K'CRASHER  (Bristlehead Music).  K'crasher is the artist formerly known as Nikki Fenton and was, until recently, a Bathurst resident.  She was my guest in the studio today and, to mark the recent passing of Spike Milligan, the program contained a high proportion of very silly tracks.  The following tracks from  TOWARDS THE LIGHT  were scattered through the program:

IT'S A GOOD THING HE CAN'T READ MY MIND;  TOWARDS THE LIGHT;  BY ARTIFICIAL MEANS;  PRODIGAL DAUGHTER;  THE COLOUR CO-ORDINATED CO-DEPENDENCE SONG

* I STILL HAVEN'T FOUND WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR / Sensitive New Age Cowpersons / Strange On The Range / self published

THE BEST LITTLE DEATH HOUSE IN TEXAS / Steve Brooks / Sex Lies And Videotape / Frog Records

BALD HEADED MEN / Christine Lavin / Buy Me Bring Me Take Me Don't Mess My Hair / Philo

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

THE LAST BUT ONE OF THE MOHICANS / Les Barker / Arovertherapy / Mrs Ackroyd Enterprises

YOU ALWAYS HURT THE ONE YOU LOVE / Spike Jones and his City Slickers / The Best of Spike Jones and his City Slickers / RCA

* THE OPERA SONG / Skedaddle / Take Me Down The Harbour / self published

MY MAMA LIKES THE FEEL OF COTTAGE CHEESE / Y'All / The Y'All Soundtrack / www.luckygreendress.com

BEANS AGAIN TONIGHT  and  COUNTING IN TLINGIT / John Palmes / Born To Be A Butterfly / johnpalmes@cgi.net

THE ABC / Spike Milligan / Badjelly The Witch / Polydor

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

BREAKING WIND SUDDENLY / Alison Younger / Tubular Dogs / Mrs Ackroyd Records

* THE BRONCHIODILATED BLUES / Bernard Carney & Peter Grayling / No Time Like The Future / Tempo

NEVER SWAT A FLY / Jim Kweskin and The Jug Band / Greatest Hits / Vanguard

OL' BEN LUCAS / Chuck E. Weiss / Pearls In The Snow / Kinkajou

THE CHARLADIES BALL / Shay, Michael & Martin Black / What A Time / Dara

* THE COUNTER CHEQUE / Alan Musgrove / A Young Man And Able / self published


24 February 2002

The featured album was HIGHLIGHTS - COMPILATION FOR THE 2002 NATIONAL FOLK FESTIVAL.  A sampler to promote Australia's premier annual folk music festival, held at Canberra over the Easter weekend. www.folkfestival.asn.au The following tracks were scattered through the program:

THE DINGESHOWE DANCERS (The Wrigley Sisters  www.wrigleysisters.com); * SORRY LITTLE MAN (Enda Kenny); * GET YOU OFF MY MIND (Merri-May Gill www.merrimaygill.com);  * NORFOLK WALTZ (Desert Child www.desertchild.net);  * GURINGI BLUES (Ted Egan  www.tedegan.com.au); * BANKS OF THE CONDAMINE (Jevan Cole, Seamus Fitzpatrick & Jan Van Dijk);  * SCHOTTICHANOVA  (Jane Brownlee);  * LOVE UP AHEAD (Junior); * APO KATO AP TIS NTOMATOES (Baklava);  * KISS OF FIRE (Jugularity www.jugularity.com)

THE DREADFUL END OF MARIANNA FOR SORCERY  and  THOMAS MCELVOGUE'S NO 2 / Malinky / Last Leaves / Greentrax

TOMMY PEOPLES / Altan / Island Angel / Green Linnet

COMPANY TOWN  and  DOCHERTY'S JIG / Rick Fielding / Lifeline / Folk-Legacy

LA VENDEE / Matapat / Petit Fou / Borealis

SINGING IN THE BATHTUB / Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem / Cocktail Swing / Signature Sounds

MIKE FLANAGAN'S / Frankie gavin / Up And Away / Gael-Linn

THE BLACKSMITH  and  BRYAN O'LYNN / Steeleye Span / A Stack Of Steeleye Span / Emporio

MY CAROLINA SUNSHINE GIRL / Jim Watson / Don't Tell Me, I Don't Know / Barker Records

AN OLD MAN CAME COURTING / Eliza Carthy & Nancy Kerr / Eliza Carthy & Nancy Kerr / Mrs Casey Music

TOM BURLEIGH'S DEAD / Eddie From Ohio / Songs From SingOut! v45#3 / SingOut!

* MOTHERS DAUGHTERS WIVES / Judy Small / If It Wisnae For The Union / Greentrax

TE RECUERDO AMANDA / Victor Jara / If It Wisnae For The Union / Greentrax

JOSEFIN'S WALTZ / Mando Mafia / Get Up In The Cool / Black Rose Productions

THE FROG IN THE WELL  and  NOT THE WORM / The House Band / Rockall / Green Linnet


17 February 2002

The featured album was  WRITE ME A LETTER  by  HOME RULE www.hwy.com.au/~homerule  This long established band from the central west of NSW (Gulgong - Cassilis) presents traditional tunes in the Australian Celtic style and a mix of new and old songs.  The choice of songs reflect the band's collective commitment to positive social change and a refusal to blindly accept the word of politicians, big business and the media.  The following tracks (all * Australian content) were scattered through the program:

SWAGGIES PASSING THROUGH;  THE ROAR OF THE CROWD;  MEGAN'S KITCHEN SLIDES;  RECONCILIATION MAZURKAS;  ROLLING IN THE RYEGRASS;  WRITE ME A LETTER

WALK ALONG SALLY BROWN / The Johnson Girls / The Johnson Girls / www.thejohnsongirls.com

ANOTHER IRISH ROVER / Four Men & A Dog / Shifting Gravel / Larrikin

* NOT MANY FISH / Bernard Bolan / Upon Sober Reflection / www.cordiallyyours.com.au/bernardbolan

ABBOT'S BROMLEY HORN DANCE / Richard Greene & Beryl Marriott / Hands Across The Water / Richard Greene Productions

ZANDER THE SANDER / Fiddlers Bid / Da Farder Ben Da Welcomer / Greentrax

* TOWARDS THE LIGHT / K'crasher / Towards The Light / Bristlehead Music

BORRASCA / De Madera / Aire Y Candela / Alula

HOLMES AND WATSON  and  THE WRONG SIDE OF THE WORLD / Mick Ryan & Pete Harris / The Long Road / Wild Goose Records

A SONG FOR THE LIFE / Emily Slade / Shire Boy / Rustic Thorn Records

ABHAININ AN T-SLUAIGH / Runrig / The Best Of Runrig - Long Distance / Chrysalis

IRISH SLOW AIR / Andy Irvine's East Wind Trio / private recording

MAPLE SYRUP TIME / Moxy Fruvous / The Songs Of Pete Seeger Vol. 2 / Appleseed

ROSA'S LOVELY DAUGHTERS / Roy Bailey with Stalking Horses / Never Leave A Story Unsung / Fuse Records

DULAMAN / Clannad / An Diolaim / Music Club

* BEHIND BARBED WIRE / Alistair Hulett and Dave Swarbrick / Saturday Johnny and Jimmy The Rat / Red Rattler

* LEVE TOI ET DANSE / The Creel / Appellation / Mountain Music


10 February 2002

The featured album was  EVEN IN THE RAIN,   the third and most recent release by  DEAF SHEPHERD,  one of the most exciting Scottish bands on the scene at present.  The musical approach is firmly set in the tradition, with instrumentation to match, but with a freshness and edge which sets them apart from the rest.  www.deafshepherd.com   The following tracks were scattered through the program:

MILLENNIUM VILLAGE;  YESTREEN I HAD A PINT O WINE;  POILIN NI LIONSAIGH;  JIMMY LOTHIAN'S;  EVEN IN THE RAIN;  LOST FOR WORDS AT SEA

* SHEARERS SONG  and  * BACK FROM KIAMA / Us Not Them / Songs From The Bush and Beyond / self published

* CARTHY'S MARCH / Fiddlers Festival / Fiddlers Festival Live / Bloody Dog

* WILLIAM CONQUEST TURLAND / John Warner and Margaret Walters / Who Was There / Feathers and Wedge

OH MY LITTLE DARLING / Salamander Crossing / Henry Street / Signature Sounds

* PICKING ON THE CAPTAIN / Craig Dawson / Australian Folk 2000 / www.folkalliance.org.au

THE FIZZER / Gerry Hallom / On The Periphery / William Boyd Music

FIRE IN NEW TOWN / Caroline Doctorow / That Changes Everything / Narrow Lane Records

GOODBYE PORK PIE HAT / Tony McManus / Ceol More / Greentrax

* UNDERGROUND MUTTON AND QUANDONG JAM  and  * THE 8% SWING / Neil Adam & Judy Turner / Keys To The Field / self published

MISSISSIPPI DELTA BLUES / Robin & Linda Williams / Visions Of Love / Sugar Hill

LUBRICATE THE RED WHITE AND BLUE / Dana Lyons and the Dipsticks / Stoking The Fires Of Resistance / http://www.fbirecords.com

* COLOUR CO-ORDINATED CO-DEPENDENCE SONG / K'crasher / Towards The Light / Bristlehead Music

THE LONG GERMAN / Ellery Klein / Salt & Pepper / www.elleryklein.com

IMMIGRANT EYES / Matt Watroba / The Best Is Yet To Be / Ledgewood Records

* EIGHTEEN YEARS OLD / Ruth Hazleton & Kate Burke / A Thousand Miles Or More / self published

THACKIE HERSEL / Phamie Gow / Lammermuir / Greentrax

THE BELLY BOYS / Urban Folk / Self Destructive Fools / Harbourtown


3 February 2002

The featured album was  ALL OVER DOWN UNDER  by  KRISTINA OLSEN (Take A Break Productions).  An Australian recording (partly live-in-concert and partly studio) from this sassy blues singer songwriter guitarist. Kristina's regular cellist accompanist on her Australian tours, Peter Grayling, is joined by George Butrumlis on accordeon to complete a most impressive trio.  The following tracks, all * performed and * recorded in Australia, were scattered through the program:

FALLEN BICYCLE;  HEY I WANT THAT BACK;  DANCE CAMP;  HOW I LOVE THIS TANGO;  PETER'S INTRODUCTION;  RAPHAEL & HILLARY;  PROJECTIONIST JOB; TASTE OF SUMMER

GEORDIE  and  WALS VOOR POLLE / The House Band / Stonetown / Harbourtown

THE FAIREST OF ALL YARROW / Kate Rusby / Sleepless / Compass

MARIE'S CABIN / Ellery Klein / Salt & Pepper / www.elleryklein.com

MUINERA DE VILANOVA / Milladoiro / Castellum Honesti / Green Linnet

MY BLUE-EYED JANE / Jim Watson / Willie's Redemption / Barker Records

* BRUCE SMITH'S SET TUNES / Barry McDonald and Marooan / Where The Sun-Lights On The Dew-Drops Shine / Harbourtown

THE FOX AND THE HARE / Jimmy Crowley / Uncorked! / Greentrax

BRETON TUNES  and  DONAL OG / Moher / Over The Edge / Lochshore

HARES ON THE MOUNTAIN / Chris Wood & Andy Cutting / Wood & Cutting Live At Sidmouth / RUF

BUMBLE BEE / Honeyboy Edwards / Mississippi Delta Bluesman / Smithsonian-Folkways

THE LIGHTS OF SWEET ST ANNE'S / Robin Williamson and John Renbourn / Wheel Of Fortune / Flying Fish

THE CUILLINS OF RHUM  and  ELSPETH CAMPBELL / The Tannahill Weavers / The Mermaid's Song / Green Linnet

THE MANCHESTER ANGEL / Bill Jones / Bits & Pieces / Brick Wall Music

THE BONNIE LASS O WELLWID HA' / Deaf Shepherd / Even In The Rain / Greentrax

BILLY IN THE LOWGROUND / Doc Watson / The Doc Watson Guitar Instrumental Collection / Sugar Hill


27 January 2002

The featured album was  IF I HAD A SONG: THE SONGS OF PETE SEEGER (Appleseed  www.appleseedrec.com ).  This is the long-awaited second volume in a trilogy of tribute albums recorded by various musicians for the Appleseed label, containing Pete Seeger's original, or adapted, compositions.  An album of considerable substance, including a number of outstanding new interpretations of well known material and several previously unrecorded songs.  Well worth the wait.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

GUANTANAMERA (Jackson Browne and Joan Baez);  66 HIGHWAY BLUES (Arlo Guthrie and Pete Seeger);  MAPLE SYRUP TIME (Moxy Fruvous):  LITTLE BOXES (Kate and Anna McGarrigle);  THE EMPEROR IS NAKED TODAY-O (Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer);  WELL MAY THE WORLD GO (Larry Long and Pete Seeger)

* THE LIME JUICE TUB  and  * THE OLD KEG OF RUM / The Larrikins / The Larrikin Sessions / ABC Music

UNFORTUNATE RAKE / Sean McGuire / At His Best / Outlet

* PRODIGAL DAUGHTER / K'crasher / Towards The Light / Bristlehead Music

* FRANK GARDINER / Alan Scott / Battler's Ballad / Fanged Wombat

GEORGIA CAMP MEETIN' / Upsala / A String Band / http://members.aol.com/upsala1/page/index.htm

* COLOURS OF AUSTRALIA / Enda Kenny / Twelve Songs / self published

* FLICKER OF AN EYE / Pat Drummond / The Local Rag / True Blue

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

A MAIDEN SAT A-WEEPING / Brass Monkey / Going & Staying / Topic

MOTHER FARQUHAR  and  WILLIE WASTLE / Ceolbeg / Ceolbeg 5 / Greentrax

THE BROWN GIRL  and  THE SUNFLOWER / Skylark / Light And Shade / Claddagh

* THE BARN DANCE SET  and  * GIVE ME A HUT / Wongawilli / Live At The Local / www.wongawillicolonialdance.org.au

* BLACKWOOD AND BOX / Neil Adam / Aussie Lullaby / self published

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

* YUPPIETOWN / Alistair Hulett / Dance Of The Underclass / Intercord


20 January 2002

Today's program featured part of an extended interview with Horst Tubessing, founder of ARC Music, recorded in late 2001 to promote ARC's 25th anniversary  www.arcmusic.co.uk .  The interview provides an interesting perspective on the development of this significant record label.  Several tracks from various ARC world, ethnic and folk albums made their way into the program.

C'EST REELS / Mackinaw / Folk Music From Quebec / ARC

* BINDA BALL  and  * RAILWAY HOTEL / Wongawilli / Australian Selection / www.wongawillicolonialdance.org.au

* SCOTS OF THE RIVERINA / The Poachers / The Poachers / www.thepoachers.com

WILLIE MOORE / Roger McGuinn with Joan Baez & Eliza Carthy / Treasures From The Folk Den / Appleseed

THE BRAZOS RIVER / Roger McGuinn with Frank & Mary Hamilton / Treasures From The Folk Den / Appleseed

* ROOM AT THE TABLE / Jigzag / The Offering / self published

SHILLI CONDOR / Los Rupay / Magic Flutes & Music From The Andes / ARC

XILONGO / Richard Nwabi / Sounds Of South Africa / ARC

BULGAR CIGANY / Kalman Balogh / The Art Of The Gipsy Cimbalom / ARC

MARHABAT / Nour-Eddine / The Music Of Morocco In The Rif Berber Tradition / ARC

JUG BAND MUSIC / Jim Kweskin & The Jug Band / Greatest Hits / Vanguard

* THE SHEETMETAL WORKER / Home Rule / The Joiner's Arms / Larrikin

MONSTER'S STORMY BLUES / Liz Doherty / Last Orders / Foot Stompin' Records

* SHELTER ME / The Waifs / Shelter Me / www.thewaifs.com.au

SHE'S IN THE ATTIC / Shooglenifty / A Whisky Kiss / Greentrax

* APPRENTICE'S SONG / The Fagans / Common Treasury / Mossbawn Music

CANAAN'S LAND / Kate Rusby / Little Lights / Pure Records

* OLD T.I. / Seaman Dan / Follow The Sun / Hot Records

I AIN'T GONNA WORK TOMORROW / The Country Gentlemen / On The Road / Smithsonian Folkways

* THE BACKBLOCK SHEARER / Max Dyer / Home Sweet Home / Dulcetone Recordings


13 January 2002

The featured album was  LATELY, a first album from 16 year old Newfoundlander, JOY NORMAN (Gannet Music) www.joynorman.com   This young singer with a sweet, though still-developing, voice offers a grand collection of songs on this well produced album, including several for which she shares composition credits.  A successful career looms large.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

CAPE SHORE LADY;  GIRL FROM RED ISLAND;  RED IS THE ROSE;  LET ME FISH OFF CAPE ST MARY'S;  GREY FOGGY DAY

* YOU COULDN'T HAVE COME AT A BETTER TIME / Colcannon / Live @ The Gov / colcannon@senet.com.au

* OLEGAS / Bruce Watson / Out My Window / self published

DOWN BY THE LAGAN SIDE / Tommy Sands / Sing Out! v.45#4 / www.singout.org

MISS EILIDH SHAW / Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley / Sing Out! v.45#4 / www.singout.org

DER POWERDUDLER  and  DIE GOLDENE KETTE / Schandmaul / Von Spitzbuben Und Anderen Halunken / f.a.m.e. recordings

* N.I. BLUES / George 'Toofie' Christian / Pilli Lornga N.I. / www.coralmusic.mq.edu.au

DU'S BUN LANG AWA AN I'M TOCHT LANG TA SEE DEE / Fiddler's Bid / Da Farder Ben Da Welcomer / Greentrax

ROVING JACK THE BAKER / Craob Rua / No Matter How Cold And Wet You Are As Long As You're Warm And Dry / Lochshore

LADY ANNE MONTGOMERY / Top Drawer String Band / Top Drawer String Band / Fossil Records

THE OUTLANDISH KNIGHT / Fred Jordan / Hidden English / Topic

* IT'S A GOOD THING HE CAN'T READ MY MIND / K'crasher / Towards The Light / Bristlehead Music

* FREYLEKHS IN BLUE / Klezmania / Highlights 2001 / www.folkfestival.asn.au

THE WARLIKE LADS OF RUSSIA / Show Of Hands / Dark Fields / Hands On Music

ROLLING HOME / The Foundry Bar Band / Springthyme

SARAH JANE / The Voice Squad / Holly Wood / Hummingbird Records

THE COWBOY SONG / Tom Corbett / Upstairs At Charlie's / Roundhole Records


6 January 2002

The featured album was  I'SE THE B'Y  by  IAN F. BENZIE, former lead singer with Scottish band, Old Blind Dogs (CD released on Lochshore). This album is his second since leaving the band and features all traditional songs.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

I'SE THE B'Y;  JENNY DANG THE WEAVER;  THE SCRANKY BLACK FAIRMER; GI'E ME A LASS WI' A LUMP O' LAND;  CANADEE-I-O

THE BALLAD OF RAMBLIN' JACK PACHELBEL  and  THE GREAT PRETENDER / John Palmes / Born To Be A Butterfly / johnpalmes@gci.net

* GEORDIE MACLEISH / Chris Duncan & Muriel Johnstone / Sandy Ower The Sea / Chris Duncan Music

FISHERMAN'S WIFE / The Johnson Girls / The Johnson Girls / www.thejohnsongirls.com

* THE SPRING JAUNT / Dave de Hugard / Magpie Morning / Sandstock Music

* RIGHT KEY, WRONG KEYHOLE / Dancehall Racketeers / Yarraville Sessions / self published

THE BANDIT OF BRAZIL / Rick Robbins with Rory Block / Don't Deny My Name / Seeds of Man Records

LIEUTENANT MAGUIRE'S JIG / Alasdair Fraser & Tony McManus / Return To Kintail / Culburnie

THE GARLAND / Belshazzar's Feast / John Playford's Secret Ball / WildGoose Records

* DANCING AT WHITSUN / Ruth Hazleton & Kate Burke / A Thousand Miles Or More / self published

* BIBLE STORIES / Lola Wright / private recording

THE HARTLEPOOL MONKEY / Vin Garbutt / Eston California / Topic

* IT'S GONNA RAIN / Craig Dawson & Simone Olding / The Pitchfork Disney Soundtrack / www.effect.net.au/cat

MYSTERY TRAIN / Elvis Presley / Classic Elvis / Camden

THE YELLOW PIPER / Kristina Olsen / The Truth of A Woman / Take A Break

* AL GRASSBY'S GRANDFATHER / Neil Adam & Judy Turner / The Keys To The Field / self published

* MOTHER / The Island Coes / Born On Ol' Cape Barren / self published

BUXTON / Tanglefoot / Full Throated Abandon / Borealis


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