'Come All Ye' Archived Playlists

Archived Playlists

'Come All Ye' is a radio program 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 2003

TRACK / artist / album / label           * Australian content


30 March 2003

The featured album was  TOGETHER AGAIN AGAIN  by O'LEARY & HILDEBRAND (self published  greganol@optushome.com.au )  Greg O'Leary is a Melbourne fiddler, usually associated with traditional Australian music, and Greg Hildebrand, American by birth, plays and sings folk / blues / old time material, much of it learned during the early days of the folk revival in Greenwich Village and beyond.  An intermittent musical partnership over 25 years has finally resulted in the limited release of this delightful album.  The following tracks (all * Australian content) were scattered through the program:

THE ERIE CANAL;  BOURKE STREET ON SATURDAY NIGHT;  DON'T SELL IT, DON'T GIVE IT AWAY;  YOU TRIED TO RUIN MY NAME;  THREE RAVENS;  THE PUSH ON THE CORNER

* DREAMING AGAIN / John Broomhall / Jamberoo - A Change of Season / Shoestring Productions

* J'ENTENDS LE MOULIN / Mattawa / Jamberoo - A Change of Season / Shoestring Productions

2CV / Xim / 989 / Cube Roots

TILLER SONG / Nancy Kerr & James Fagan / Between the Dark and Light / Fellside

WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN / Tom, Betty & Nathan Druckenmiller / Morning Star / Little Cat

GREASY STRING / Ken Waldman / Music Party / www.kenwaldman.com

BOBBIN JOHN / Wendy Weatherby / Two Loves / Lochshore

MANEO DA ULLA / Milladoiro / Castellum Honesti / Green Linnet

THE DEEPEST BLUE / The Renovators / Blues Country / Berger Platters

* CHRIST CHILD LULLABY / Lis Johnston / The National - 35 Years of the NFF / www.folkfestival.asn.au

FIGHTING FOR STRANGERS / Steeleye Span / Rocket Cottage / Chrysalis

THE BLUE-EYED STRANGER / Various / Grandson of Morris On / Talking Elephant

THE ROAD IT GIVES, THE ROAD IT TAKES AWAY / Tom Russell / Heartaches & Highways Vol 3 / Shock Records

BLOWIN' IN THE WIND / Bob Dylan / Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits / CBS

MAID OF MOUNT CISCO / Brian Rooney / Leitrim to London / Claddagh Records

* ON THE BROOMIELAW QUAY / Richard (Skreitch) Leitch / An Anthology of ... Verse / self published

DIDN'T LEAVE NOBODY BUT THE BABY / Full Frontal Folk / Storming The Castle / www.fullfrontalfolk.com

TAKE THIS HAMMER / Harry Manx & Kevin Breit / Jubilee / Northern Blues

A MAN'S A MAN / Sheena Wellington / Hamely Fare / Greentrax

THE SEAL / Various / Piniartut / Tutl

I WISH IT WOULD RAIN / Nanci Griffith / Heartaches & Highways Vol 3 / Shock Records

23 March 2003

Today's program featured an extended live interview with Igor Medio from the band Felpeyu, who performed in town this afternoon.  Felpeyu play traditional music from the region of Asturias in northern Spain. Strong celtic resonances in the musical forms and great fun to play. We included several tracks from Felpeyu albums in the course of the interview. Visit  www.felpeyu.com for more information about the band.

* GOORIANAWA / Collector / Coming In From The Old / self published

MARTA / Lunasa / Lunasa / Compass Records

TIERRA  and  IBIAS / Felpeyu / Tierra / Fono Astur

FREIGHT TRAIN BLUES / Rick Robbins with Rory Block / Don't Deny My Name / Seeds Of Man

PORCIA / Felpeyu / Ya! / Secret Street

* SHE'LL BE RIGHT / Eric Bogle / The National: 35 Years of National Folk Festival / www.folkfestival.asn.au

* BLACKTOWN JIG / Jane Brownlee / Fiddler On The Rocks / Shoestring

THE TERRORISTS HAVE WON / Steve Brooks / Fever / Frog Records

PRETTY BOY FLOYD / The GPs / Saturday Rolling Around / HTD Records

IF I HAD A BOAT / Misty River / Live At The Backgate Stage / Misty River

MACKWORTH / Angus Lyon & Ruaridh Campbell / Simple Tricks / Lochshore

* THE CHEMICAL WORKER'S SONG / Ruth Hazleton & Kate Burke / A Thousand Miles Or More / ruthsta@yahoo.com

SKIN DEEP / Donna Dufresne / Rich Man's Game / Windsong Productions

* THE STONY WALLS OF KOROIT / Bhan Tre / Banshee On Your Heel / Blak Market Music

REUBEN'S TRAIN / Harry Manx / Dog My Cat / www.harrymanx.com

SINGLE GIRL / The Clumsy Lovers / Under The Covers / Clumsy Lover Records


16 March 2003

The featured album was YA!  by FELPEYU  (www.felpeyu.com) released in Australia on the Secret Street label.  Traditional and trad style material from a touring seven piece Asturian band, performing here next week.  Celtic based music originating in a unique region in northern Spain.  Asturian bagpipes, accordion and twin fiddles drive the melody lines.  Excellent album. The following tracks were scattered through the program:

LOS FAYEOS DE MAYO;  NUN QUIERO COYER LA FLOR;  PORCIA;  CORRIDOS; D'EQUI A SOMIO;  POLKA LLUNGA

* THE LOCAL RAG / Pat Drummond / Tales From The Local Rag / True Blue

* FATHER'S WALTZ / Collector / Coming In From The Old / self published

WRECK OF THE NUMBER NINE / Pop Stoneman / Classic Mountain Songs / Smithsonian Folkways

NINE STRING SUSANNAH / Eamonn Coyne / Through The Round Window / Compass Records

* MILO MOU KOKKINO / The HaBiBis / Intoxication / Festival

THE WORLD IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT / Paul Brady / Nobody Knows / Ryko

WHAT YOU DO WITH WHAT YOU'VE GOT / Dick Gaughan / Outlaws & Dreamers / Greentrax

* SOMETHING THAT I SAID / Chris Wilson / King For A Day / Forge

CHANTER'S TUNE / Na Fili / The Best Of Irish Folk / Castle Communications

SPANISH LADY / The Johnstons / The Best Of Irish Folk / Castle Communications

DANSER KALINDA / Les Crapaudes / Plouf! / www.bros.ca

SHADY GROVE / The Bill Hilly Band / The Bill Hilly Band / self published

* MICKEY DAM / Jimmy Gregory / West Along The Road / self published

DANSE CARIBE / Fiddlers 4 / Fiddlers 4 / Compass Records

MY DEAR COMPANION / Well Tempered String Band / Well Tempered String Band / Lutra

* COLOURS OF AUSTRALIA / Karen Lynne / Highlights 99 - National Folk Festival / www.folkfestival.asn.au

THE LAKES OF PONTCHARTRAIN / Paul Brady / Nobody Knows / Ryko


9 March 2003

Today's program was turned over to concert performances recorded at the 2000 National Folk Festival by the good people at ArtSound FM 92.7 community radio in Canberra. The three concerts featured Irish musician, MICHAEL QUEALLY, Asturian band, FELPEYU  and red-hot Australian guitarist, BRUCE MATHISKE.  The program was pre-recorded as I spent the weekend many miles away at the Port Fairy Folk Festival.

Read more information about ArtSound FM at www.artsoundfm.asn.au  and the National Folk Festival  at www.folkfestival.asn.au


2 March 2003

The featured album was  IMAGES OF WOMEN Vol 1  by ROBIN GREENSTEIN (Windy Records) www.robingreenstein.com  This is an album of traditional folk songs about women, sung and played by a New York performer with a strong, resonant voice, well suited to the chosen material, with very good guitar and banjo accompaniment.  Somewhere along the way during planning this program I seemed to select a high proportion of songs on the theme of peace from a 1977 LP called 'Songs For Peace' - these are troubled times indeed.  The following tracks from Robin Greenstein were scattered through the program:

KATIE DEAR;  KNOW YOU RIDER;  ROSEMARY LANE;  RAILROAD BOY;  WISH I WAS A SINGLE GIRL AGAIN;  DINK'S SONG

MUNERA'L CENTRO / Felpeyu / Ya! / Secret Street

DIVING DUCK BLUES / Harry Manx & Kevin Breit / Jubilee / Northern Blues Music

* ANOTHER FALL OF RAIN / The Rambleers / The Rambleers / National Library of Australia

HUMMING BIRD  and  SPACEHOPPERS / Fine Friday / Gone Dancing / Foot Stompin' Records

YOUR DAUGHTERS AND YOUR SONS / Dick Gaughan / Songs For Peace / Folk Freak

THE BELLINGHAM BOAT  and  ADAM BUCKHAM / The High Level Ranters / Nothumberland Forever / Topic

* ACROSS THE HILLS / Touchwood / The Great City / Great White Noise

THE WORLD'S POLICE / Leon Rosselson & Roy Bailey / Songs For Peace / Folk Freak

TAKE SOME TIME / Jerry Robinson / Simplicity / www.jerryrobinson.com

QUITE EARLY MORNING / Pete Seeger / Songs For Peace

BOO'S / Angus Lyon & Ruaridh Campbell / Simple Tricks / Lochshore

SUCH A WAR HAS NEVER BEEN  and  PERFUMES OF ARABIA / Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick / Skin & Bone / Green Linnet

* SEASONS OF WAR / Phyl Lobl / Bronzewing / self-published

WALTONIAN SUNSET / Arnie Naiman / The Banjo Special / Merriweather Records

FREELAND'S JIGS / Spaelimenninir / Flod y Fjora / Tutl

TOUCH A NAME ON THE WALL / Joel Mabus / Songs From SingOut! Vol 46#4 / www.singout.org

WAIST DEEP IN THE BIG MUDDY / Dick Gaughan / Sail On / Greentrax


23 February 2003

The featured album was  DUSTY GRAVEL ROAD  by the West Australian band,  LOADED DOG  (self published: rums@iinet,net,au ).  Drawing from the poetic work of Henry Lawson, Banjo Paterson and other Australian writers, with some original material in there as well, this is a most enjoyable production, uncompromisingly Australian in its vocal presentation, and with mostly 'unadorned' instrumental accompaniment.  An important new Australian album.  The following tracks (all * Australian content) were scattered through the program:

DUSTY GRAVEL ROAD;  CALL OF THE NORTH;  THE SHAME OF GOING BACK;  THE TALKING GROUND;  THE NEW CHUM SHEARER;  FOLLERIN' UP

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

* I WISH I HAD A HORSE / Greg Champion / Highlights 2002 National Folk Festival / www.folkfestival.asn.au

* SAY YOU DON'T MIND / Lisa Miller / Car Tape / Raoul Records

THE BAY OF BISCAY / Tabache / Waves Of Rush / Lochshore

COSTERA / Totore Chessa / The Rough Guide To The Music Of Italy / World Music Network

RABY HOPSA / Spaelminninir / Flod & Fjora / Tutl

SISTER AND BROTHER / Dolores Keane / Love Songs Of The World / ARC

BEFORE THE STREETS WERE PAVED / Peter Rowan / No Song No Supper / Sugar Hill

* THE WALTZES / Growling Dogs / Australian Fiddle Tunes / greganol@optushome.com.au

SANTA ANNA'S RETREAT / Arnie Naiman / The Banjo Special / Merriweather Records

* STAND UP, DIGGERS ALL / Touchwood / The Great City / Great White Noise

FINNLEKEN I BREKKEN / Tron Steffen Westberg / Bortover All Vei ... / www.lindberg.no

HOLD BACK THE TIDE  and  THE ST LOUIS STAGGER / Battlefield Band / Quiet Days / Temple

* MY GRANDFATHER KNEW THE PLOUGH / Kate Burke and Ruth Hazleton / Swapping Seasons / ruthsta@yahoo.com

LA PONGUETA  and  PASUCAIS / Felpeyu / Ya! / Secret Street

ANDREW KNIGHT'S FAVOURITE  and  OUTCLASSED / Kathryn Tickell / Common Ground / Black Crow


16 February 2003

The featured album was  10  by KATE RUSBY  (Compass Records www.compassrecords.com ) This is a combination of new and re-recorded songs to mark this still-young singer's first decade as a performer. Stunning vocals, fine musical arrangements and a worthy introduction to one of the best English folk singers.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

THE RECRUITED COLLIER;  I WISH;  I WONDER WHAT IS KEEPING MY TRUE LOVE;  SWEET BRIDE;  THE WILD GOOSE

HEATHER DOWN THE MOOR  and  THE HOLBORNE SUITE / Brass Monkey / Going & Staying / Topic

* JESSE JAMES  and  * OLD MAN'S JIGS / Mongolian Fishmongers / Fresh Off The Boat / self published

EL COLAS / Conjunto Jardin / Floreando / Trova

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

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

COMPADRES IN THE OLD SIERRA MADRE / The Waybacks / Devolver / Fiddling Cricket Music

NANCY / Four Men And A Dog / Long Roads / Transatlantic

* THE FIGHT AT EUREKA STOCKADE / Phyl Lobl / Alcyone / self published

* CONJEWOI / Collector / Musical Traditions In Australia / www.folkalliance.org.au

MOTHER FARQUHAR  and  WILLIE WASTLE / Ceolbeg / 5 / Greentrax

* HOMAGE TO PHIL CUNNINGHAM / Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club & Friends / Reel Cool / self published

LILLYLA / Nuova Agricola Associazione / 'Shta Vite Gne Nu Teatrine / Riflessi

* THE LITTLE SPARROW / Alan Scott / Battler's Ballad / Fanged Wombat

* THE ASTOR / Enda Kenny / Twelve Songs / self published


9 February 2003

About half of the program (62 minutes) was given over to  RADIO BOOLIGAL,  a recreation of a 1940s Australian radio show presenting the music, songs and poetry of Joe Cashmere written by ALAN MUSGROVE and performed by Alan and the HARVEST MOON BAND from Melbourne.  Joe Cashmere came from Booligal, NSW, lived from 1872 to 1959, and was one of Australia's great traditional musicians.  RADIO BOOLIGAL was recorded at 2MCE-FM in September 1998 and, unfortunately, there are no details of individual musical content.  All material is * Australian content.

Other tracks were:

DRESSED TO KILL  and  HARPSET / Clan Alba / Clan Alba / Clan Alba Productions

11:11  and  CRICKET DANCE / Garnet Rogers / Sparrow's Wing / Snow Goose Songs

SOME OTHER TIME / June Tabor / Some Other Time / Hannibal

* NEVER AT HOME REELS  and  * LAY DOWN YOUR BURDEN / Blackwood / Never At Home / Making Music

THE NIGHTINGALE / Jacqui McShee's Pentangle / At The Little Theatre / Park Records

LE TOURMENT / Liz Doherty / Quare Imagination / Busy Lizzy Records


2 February 2003

The featured album was  AS GOOD AS NEW, the sixth and most recent album from US NOT THEM, aka Chloe and Jason Roweth, who have recently returned to live within the 2MCE-FM listening area. www.speedlink.com.au/users/usnothem   On this album they have covered everything from 'old style country to innovative folk'.  The following tracks (all * Australian content) were scattered through the program:

AS GOOD AS NEW;  T.I. WOMAN;  A MAN WAS KILLED IN THE MINE TODAY;  HEY RAIN;  TIME FOR A LAUGH AND A SONG

THE KISS BEHIND THE DOOR / Seamus Quinn & Gary Hastings / Slan Le Loch Eirne / Clo Iar-Chonnachta

THE TAOIST TALE / Wood, Wilson, Carthy / Wood, Wilson, Carthy / R.U.F. Records

HOOVERSVILLE  and  SUSANNA MARTIN / Calico / Songdogs / Lochshore

MUNERES / Felpeyu / Live Overseas / www.felpeyu.com

THE PROMISE LAND / Sonny Landreth / The Road We're On / Sugar Hill

HECTOR THE HERO / Wolfstone / Unleashed / Iona

* MAD TOM OF BEDLAM / Wheeze and Suck Band / Vincent Street / Fire and Thorn Music

* MR CIRCLE / Fred Smith / Bagarap Empires / www.fredsmith.com.au

* BLACK CAT PIDDLED IN THE WHITE CAT'S EYE / The Island Coes / Born On Ol' Cape Barren / self published

L'AMUSEUR DE FILLES / Matapat / Petit Fou / Borealis

NO PLACE TO FALL / Lisa Miller / Car Tape / Raoul Records

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

SHENANDOAH / Pete Seger / American Favorite Ballads / Smithsonian Folkways

AJ'S / Seelyhoo / Leetera / Greentrax

JIMMY PLEASE PLAY THAT OL' PICKIN' BOW / Sherwin & Pam Linton / Driftwood On The River / Black Gold

THE STREAMS OF LOVELY NANCY / Nancy Kerr & James Fagan / Starry Gazy Pie / Fellside

LATCHKEY LOVER / Jez Lowe and the Bad Pennies / Honesty Box / Tantobie

MARTA / Lunasa / Lunasa / Compass Records


26 January 2003

The featured album was  UP ALL NIGHT  by  THE WAIFS (Jarrah Records). Latest release from this successful young Australian group, now increased in number from three to five to include bass and persussion players. All original songs of life and love.  The following tracks (all * Australian content) were scattered through the program:

LIGHTHOUSE;  HIGHWAY ONE;  SINCE I'VE BEEN AROUND;  FOURTH FLOOR; SWEETNESS

* THE LAND BELONGS TO THEM / Colcannon / live @ the gov / colcannon@senet.com.au

* FURTHER UP THE MOUNTAIN / Greg Champion / Shady Tree / www.gregchampion.com.au

CAUCUS REEL / Alan & John Kelly / Fourmilehouse / Compass Records

AMARI SZI, AMARI / Csokolom / Songs From SingOut! v.46#4 / www.singout.org

BACK STEP CINDY ('THE OLD TIMEY WAY') / Tommy Jarrell / Songs From SingOut! v.46#4 / www.singout.org

THE DE'IL'S AWA' WI' THE EXCISEMAN / Ceolbeg / Not The Bunnyhop / Greentrax

AM HANS SINE / Alpine Experience / The Rough Guide To The Music Of The Alps / World Music Network

MARCHA MAI / Arco Alpino / The Rough Guide To The Music Of The Alps / World Music Network

WRECK OF THE NUMBER NINE / Pop Stoneman / Classic Mountain Songs / Smithsonian Folkways

* THE IRISH AUSTRALIAN REELS / Growling Dogs / Australian Fiddle Tunes / greganol@optushome.com.au

LADDERS TO GRASS / Emily Slade / Shire Boy / Rustic Thorn Records

JOHN TYRONE / Aengus Finnan / Fool's Gold / Shelter Valley Productions

LLAMO / Felpeyu / ya! / demo CD (no notes)

* WILLIAM GRIMES THE DROVER  and  * MICK MCGARRY'S JIGS / Barry McDonald / Still A Long Way From Home / UNESCO

* GEALACH SOLAS / Eden MacKenzie with K'crasher / Living In A Clock / weemac@lisp.com.au

* GLOBAL ECONOMY / Eric Bogle / The Colour Of Dreams / Rouseabout Records

THE SCHOLAR / Joe Burke / The Morning Mist / New Century Music

* MAN ON THE LAND / Rough Red / 4 For The Farmers / www.roughred.com


19 January 2003

The featured album was  GONE DANCING  by  FINE FRIDAY  (Foot Stompin' Records).  Young trio presenting an innovative mix of old and new material mostly based on Scottish tradition.  Find out more at www.finefriday.com   The following tracks were scattered through the program:

COLD BLOW;  HELICOPTER;  SELKIE;  SPACEHOPPERS;  CEILIDH IN THE CAVE; FUNERAY

COME TO LOWER CANADA / Rick Fielding / This One's The Dreamer / Borealis

* MOBILE LINE / Salty Dog / Lonesome Dog Blues / Black Market Music

CONGO RIVER  and  AFRICAN TRADE / Tom Lewis / Tinker Tailor Soldier Singer / Self Propelled Music

* BEN CHERRY'S SCHOTTISCHES / Barry McDonald / Still A Long Way From Home / UNESCO

WAITING / The Short Sisters / Love And Transportation / Black Socks www.shortsisters.com

PETRIFIED HOUSE / Kate Campbell / Monuments / Large River Music

* CIRCASSIAN CIRCLE PT 2 / Wongawilli / Australian Traditional Dance Tunes / www.wongawillicolonialdance.org.au

RICHMOND IS A HARD ROAD / 2nd South Carolina String Band / Hard Road / www.civilwarband.com

* GOATS / Eden MacKenzie / Living In A Clock / self published weemac@lisp.com.au

* HARRY'S FARM / Rough Red / 4 For The Farmers / Red Music

THE MUSICAL PRIEST / enQ / Tear Down The Barriers / Poke Records

KITTY WALTZ / Beverly Smith and Carl Jones / Moving Lightly Through This World / Dittyville

UNCIVIL RIGHTS / Adam Brodsky / Hookers, Hicks & Heebs / Permanent Records

BRODER MYRDER SOSTER / Faerd / Faerd / Tutl

* LAST HOUSE IN OUR STREET / Enda Kenny / Baker's Dozen / self published hotcakes@vicnet.net.au

THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS / Sherwin & Pam Linton / Driftwood On The River / Black Gold

FATFREE LOVE / Balkan Playboys / Balkaninis / demo-promo CD

GREASY STRING / Ken Waldman / Music Party / self published www.kenwaldman.com


12 January 2003

This program featured an extended interview with JOHN PALMES, an Alaskan-based singer songwriter, currently touring Australia during Alaska's winter.  Who am I to argue with his timing?  It was a warm day in Bathurst and John coped well with the very non-Alaskan temperature. You can find more information about John at www.efolkmusic.com

* GARDENER'S REEL / Collector / Coming In From The Old / self published

* EVERYONE I KNOW / Alistair Hulett / In The Back Streets Of Paradise / Red Rattler

INDIAN PAINTBRUSH / Diane Zeigler / Paintbrush / www.dianezeigler.com

NICARAGUA NICARAGUITA / Billy Bragg / The Internationale / Liberation Records

ENVOYEZ D'L'AVANT / Barachois / Barachois / Iona

* SCHOTTISCHES / Barry McDonald / Still A Long Way From Home / UNESCO

EBENEZER / Ken Waldman / Music Party / www.kenwaldman.com

* ROLLING IN THE RYEGRASS / Blackwood / At Home / Making Music

SHIRE BOY / Emily Slade / Shire Boy / Rustic Thorn Records

SMUGGLING THE TIN / Providence / A Fig For A Kiss / Appleseed

BORN TO BE A BUTTERFLY / John Palmes / Born To Be A Butterfly / johnpalmes@gci.net

WALKING DOWN THE LINE / Rick Robbins / Walking Down The Line / www.rick-robbins.com

MIKAELS POLKA  and  MADS DOSS / Spaelimenninir / Flod Og Fjora / Tutl

SWEET EVELINA / Aengus Finnan / Fool's Gold / Shelter Valley Productions

QUEEN'S JIG / The Cluster Of Nuts Band / Fridge In The Fast Lane / Poke Records

* TEENAGERS GO NUTS  and  * SING ME A SONG / Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club and Friends / Reel Cool / www.tellingtales.net

* LOOK OUT BELOW / Danny Spooner / Musical Traditions In Australia / www.folkalliance.org.au


5 January 2003

The featured album was  TWO JOURNEYS  by  TIM O'BRIEN.  (Sugar Hill www.sugarhillrecords.com )  A joyous celebration of this American artist's Irish heritage featuring some great material, new and old, performed by a master musician with assorted friends. The following tracks were scattered through the program:

TURNING AROUND;  MICK RYAN'S LAMENT;  FOR THE FALLEN;  PADDY FAHEY'S; ME AND DIRK'S TRIP TO IRELAND;  TWO JOURNEYS;  THE TIDE FLOWS INTO MILTOWN

* HORSES BRANSLE  and  * WARLIKE LADS OF RUSSIA / Wheeze and Suck Band / Vincent Street / www.wheezeandsuck.com

* TICKETS PLEASE / Alan Carey & Alan Musgrove / Home Sweet Home / Dulcetone Recordings

MARBLEHEAD NECK  and  FERRYBOAT SERENADE /  C Kallet, E Epstein, M Cicone / Angels In Daring / Overall Music

* THE RIVER RAN LIKE MURDER / Graham Seal / Barbed Wire Ballads / Unvarnished Productions

FARO  and  A MINER'S LIFEGUARD / Asturiana Mining Company / Patrimoniu / Lochshore

COUNTING IN TLINGIT  and  WHEN WILL I BE LOVED / John Palmes / Born To Be A Butterfly / johnpalmes@gci.net

SANTULARI / Alboka / Lorius / Resistencia

INDIAN PRAYER / Tom Pacheco & Roland Vargas Mousaa / Songs From SingOut! v.46#4 / www.singout.net

BULL SWEENEY'S / Draiocht / When The Smoke Had Cleared / Cross Border Media

LOOKING FOR THE MOON / Tom Paxton / Looking For The Moon / Appleseed

FFARWEL I ABERYSTWYTH / Fernhill / Ca' Nos / Beautiful Jo

COMPANY'S COMING / Dick Warwick / Out West To Outback / dwarwick@mindspring.com

TROUBLE IN MIND / Roger McGuinn with Josh White Jr / Treasures From The Folk Den / Appleseed

KINTAIL / The Tannahill Weavers / Cullen Bay / Green Linnet


B Cameron