'Come All Ye' radio program
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'Come All Ye' is a folk music radio program broadcast on 2MCE-FM each Sunday from 12 to 2pm, heard across the central west of NSW, Australia, in the cities of Bathurst (92.3 Mhz) and Orange (94.7 Mhz). Bruce Cameron has hosted 'Come All Ye' since 1976, making it the longest running folk / acoustic / roots program on Australian radio still with its original presenter.


Archived Playlists: October - December 2003
TRACK / artist / album / label           * Australian content


28 December 2003

The featured album was the PHILADELPHIA FOLK FESTIVAL 40th ANNIVERSARY four CD set.  www.folkfest.org  A wonderful celebration of 40 years of music, produced by "Philadelphia's jocular dean of folk music radio, Gene Shay" who broadcasts on WXPN. The following tracks were scattered through the program:

TALKIN' FISHIN' BLUES (Ramblin' Jack Elliott);  DID YOU HEAR JOHN HURT? (Tom Paxton);  AIN'T NO TELLIN' (Mississippi John Hurt);  IRISH DANCE MEDLEY (De Dannan); HELLO IN THERE (John Prine);  FROM A DISTANCE (Nanci Griffith);  CIORCIRLIA (Harmonia);  PEOPLE MY AGE (John Gorka);  LE JIG FRANCAIS (BeauSoleil)

THE GENTLE GIANT / Flook / Flatfish / Flatfish Records

DOING TIME TO FIT YOUR CRIME / John Tams & Coope, Boyes & Simpson / Street Cries / Topic

DAMN THE DAY / Pete Morton / Street Cries / Topic

HE'S YOUNG BUT HE'S GROWING / Cara Dillon / Street Cries / Topic

* THE COUNTER CHEQUE / Alan Musgrove / A Young Man And Able / thalia@hotkey.net.au

THE HUMOURS OF TULLYCRINE / Nial & Cillian Vallely / Callan Bridge / Compass Records

THE DEVIL UISGE BEATHA  and  THE GOLDEN EAGLE / Battlefield Band / New Spring / Temple Records

* 30 SECONDS OF HAPPINESS / Jigzag / 30 Seconds of Happiness / www.jigzag.com

* TALE OF THE PHANTOM SHIP / Jim MacQuarrie / Time Can't Erase / www.newsouthfolk.com

AUSTRALIAN WATERS  and  A MOMENT IN TIME / Altan / Runaway Sunday / Virgin Records

* LANGUAGE OF THE LAND / Enda Kenny / Twelve Songs / www.members.optusnet.com.au/endakenny

* HARD TIMES COME AGAIN NO MORE / Touchwood / The Great City / Great White Noise

JEAN CARIGNAN / Deaf Shepherd / Synergy / Greentrax

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21 December 2003

There was no featured album today - I included a number of tracks with some relevance to the season - the relevance was more obscure in some cases than in others.

* CRAMPTON'S BIG SHOW / Harvest Moon Band / In Some Old Shed / Collective Effort

* FAREWELL TO NEVILLE / Blackwood / At Home / Making Music

* SPECIAL TREATMENT / Blackwood / At Home / Making Music

THE HOLLY AND THE IVY / Alex de Grassi / A Winter's Solstice V / Windham Hill

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

SAIL ON / Dick Gaughan / Prentice Piece / Greentrax

* ROLLING AND TUMBLING / Ash Grunwald / Introducing Ash Grunwald / Black Market Music

* LITTLE MAGGIE / Ruth Hazleton & Kate Burke / A Thousand Miles Or More / www.newsouthfolk.com

GOD REST YE MERRY, GENTLEMEN / Steve Eulberg / 'Twas In The Moon of Wintertime / Owl Mountain Music

THROW ANOTHER CHAIRLEG ON THE FIRE / Artisan / Paper Angels / Boing

* MARCH, STRATHSPEY & REEL SET / Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club & Friends / Reel Cool / www.tellingtales.net

* JOHN PEISLEY / Last Drinks / Alive In The Lounge Room / lastdrinks2003@yahoo.com

* OUR FACTORY / Last Drinks / Alive In The Lounge Room / lastdrinks2003@yahoo.com

FAREWELL TO CONNAUGHT / Michael McGoldrick and John McSherry / At First Light / Compass Records

THE CHERRY TREE CAROL / Joel Mabus / How Like The Holly / Fossil Records

JOY TO THE WORLD / Neil Woodward / ... A Cup Of Kindness / Black Dog Records and Tapes

COVENTRY CAROL / Loreena McKennitt / A Christmas Radio Sampler 1999 / Quinlan Road

* WINDSONG / Margaret Walters / Power In A Song / Feathers and Wedge

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

* TAMMURRIATA NERA / La Voce Della Luna / Musical Traditions In Australia / www.folkalliance.org.au

* TAKING HIS CHANCE / Trouble In The Kitchen / Musical Traditions In Australia / www.folkalliance.org.au

* BEHIND BARBED WIRE . Ailistair Hulett & Dave Swarbrick / Saturday Johnny & Jimmy The Rat / Red Rattler

* ITALIAN SET TUNES / Emu Creek Band / Musical Traditions In Australia / www.folkalliance.org.au

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14 December 2003

The featured album was  SO NEAR YET SO FAR  by  CRAIG DAWSON AND SIMONE OLDING  (Angel Train)  www.craigandsimone.com   A new album of ten original songs from an Australian duo well known around the festivals and folk clubs.  Country folk feeling, with emotional depth. The following tracks (all * Australian content) were scattered through the program:

THE HOUSE ON THE HILL;  A BOAT ON A RIVER;  NOBODY SEES A FISH CRY; THERE MAY BE TIMES;  THE DUST BUNNY

BALANCY STRAW  and  THE OLD CHURCHYARD / Waterson:Carthy / A Dark Light / Topic

HEAVY HORSES / Robin Laing / Imaginary Lines / Greentrax

MCGOLDRICK'S / John McCusker / Goodnight Ginger / Greentrax

* FORTY FATHOMS / Seaman Dan / Verandah Music / www.verandahmusic.com

* SATURDAY NIGHT AT MARSHALL MOUNT / Wongawilli / Verandah Music / www.verandahmusic.com

* BERLIN POLKA / The Heritage Ensemble & Southern Cross Bush Band / Bush Dance: Tune Sets / Bush Music Club

WALKING IN JERUSALEM / Doc Watson with Frosty Morn / 'Round The Table Again / Sugar Hill

SHENANDOAH / Susan Hamlin / Younger Than The Sun / FloodWood Music

THE GOOD SHIP KANGAROO  and  EAST AT GLENDART / Planxty / After The Break / Tara

BIG IRON / Frankie Lane / Gunsmoke At El Paso / Cois Tine Records

F.D.R. IN TRINIDAD / Ry Cooder / Into The Purple Valley / Reprise

I SHALL NOT BE MOVED / Pops Staples with Ry Cooder / Where We Stand / EMI

THE OLD MADERA WALTZ / Jay Ungar & Molly Mason with Swingology / Relax Your Mind / Angel Records

THE CHIMP AND THE POODLE / Davie Robertson / Star O The Bar / Greentrax

LES VOYAGEURS DE LA GATINEAU / Le Reve du Diable / Le Reve Du Diable / le tamanoir

BARBARA ALLEN / Pete Seeger / American Favorite Ballads Vol.2 / Smithsonian Folkways

* DOUG'S TUNE / Dooley's Hollow / Live At The Neighbourhood Centre / private recording

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7 December 2003

Today's program included tracks from many of the featured albums over the year 2003, in something of a retrospective.  Not all the featured albums were new releases at the time, and today's chosen tracks were not necessarily intended to make up a "Best of 2003" program, but it still turned into a most enjoyable mix.

COLD BLOW / Fine Friday / Gone Dancing / Foot Stompin' Records

* LIGHTHOUSE / The Waifs / Up All Night / www.thewaifs.com.au

* FOLLERIN' UP / Loaded Dog / Dusty Gravel Road / hugatree@iinet.net.au

LLAMO / Felpeyu / Ya! / Secret Street

THE TIDE FLOWS INTO MILTOWN / Tim O'Brien / Two Journeys / Sugar Hill

* AS GOOD AS NEW / Us Not Them / As Good As New / www.speedlink.com.au/users/usnothem

* SPOOT SET / Spoot O'Skerry / Noxious Reeds / www.geocities.com/spootoskerry

* SAIL AWAY LADIES / The Peace Knickers String Band / No Blood For Oil / glazfolk@trump.net.au

* BOURKE STREET ON SATURDAY NIGHT / O'Leary & Hildebrand / Together Again ... Again / greganol@optushome.com.au

KATIE DEAR / Robin Greenstein / Images Of Women Vol. 1 / Windy Records

OTTAWA VALLEY MEDLEY / April Verch / From Where I Stand / Rounder

THE WILD GOOSE / Kate Rusby / 10 / Compass Records

* JONES'S ALE / Danny Spooner / Song Links / Fellside

OVER THE WATERFALL / Steppin' In It / Last Winter In The Copper Country / Hippo Coop Records

OLD JIM CANAN / The Yes Yes Boys / Why Say No? / Hobemian Records

SWING BOYS SWING / Aengus Finnan / North Wind / Borealis

CROSSING THE WATER / GiveWay / Full Steam Ahead / Greentrax

DARCY FARROW / Fourtold / Fourtold / Appleseed

SLIABH RUSSELL / Paddy Keenan & Tommy O'Sullivan / The Long Grazing Acre / Compass Records

* REFUGE TO A REFUGEE / Bernard Carney / Feathers & Tributes / Dark Horse Records

DANIEL'S POTATOES / The Poozies / Changed Days, Same Roots / Greentrax

DA SONG O DA DELTING LASS / Hom Bru / No Afore Time / Hom Bru Recordings

HORNPIPE & REELS / North Cregg / Summer At My Feet / Greentrax

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23 November 2003

The featured album (again) was MALDON TURNS THIRTY, the triple CD compilation celebrating thirty years of the Maldon Folk Festival. www.maldonfolkfestival.com  The program on 9 November included seven tracks from this collection and it deserved another visit.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

SIUIL A RUIN (Caoilte O' Suilleabhain);  WORLD CITIZEN (Akasa); DIAMANTINA COUNTRY (Denis O'Keeffe);  TANZ TANZ YIDELEK (Moving Harps);  THE FOGGY DEW (Danny Spooner);  THEM DIRTY ROBBIN' BANKS (Peter Hicks);  HEARTBEAT AWAY FROM THE SEA (Rose Bygrave)

OVERSEAS STOMP / The Even Dozen Jug Band / The Even Dozen Jug Band / Collectors Choice Music

TOO LATE / Shoormal / Migrant / Greentrax

RISKY BIZZ / D Ross, T McManus, B Gambetta, D Crary / Live: Men Of Steel / Thunderation Music

* AT PENNYWEIGHT FLAT / Jim Low / Negatives Of Glass / http://jimlow.net

SADDLE TRAMP / Frankie Lane / Gunsmoke At El Paso / Cois Tine Records

THE FIVE POUND BASS / Robert Earl Keen / The Party Never Ends / Sugar Hill

FISH AIN'T BITIN'  and  FISHERMAN'S REEL  and  THE FISHIN' HOLE / various / Fishing Music / Snake River Records

BOATMAN / The Piney Creek Weasels / Off To California / Weaseltone Records

* FOUR STRONG HANDS / Frencham Smith / In My Room / www.fredsmith.com.au

BIDDY / Clare Milliner & Walt Koken / Just Tunes / Mudthumper Music

THE BANTRY GIRL'S LAMENT / Aoife Clancy / Spain In My Heart / Appleseed

AN FEAR CEOIL  and  REELS / Meiti Jo Sheamus O Fatharta / Boithrini An Lochain / Clo Iar-Chonnachta Teo

COME WITH ME OVER THE MOUNTAIN / Andy Irvine / Rain On The Roof / self published

LORD BATEMAN / Jim Moray / Sweet England / Niblick

FRANCE CHANCE / Ry Cooder / Ry Cooder / Reprise

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16 November 2003

The featured album was  TWO YEAR WINTER  by  BILL JONES www.brickwallmusic.com  (Compass Records).  Pleasing interpretations of English traditional songs with some edgier original material.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

THE HOLLAND MISTRESS;  TWO YEAR WINTER;  NIGHT-TIME JIGS;  THE TWO BROTHERS;  THE HAYMAKERS

GAITES DEL INFIERNU / Tejedor / Llunaticos / Aris Music

HORA MIT TSIBELES / Ceilizemer / Shalom Ireland / www.shalomireland.com

I LIKE BANANAS BECAUSE THEY HAVE NO BONES / The Hoosier Hot Shots / Everybody Stomp / Proper Records

AMERICAN JEANS / Mike West / Binky Records Sampler 2 / Binky Records

* SHORES OF BOTANY BAY / The Bushwackers / Beating Around The Bush / Castle Communications

CROOKED ROAD TO DUBLIN / Ceilizemer / Shalom Ireland / www.shalomireland.com

* TREES / Matt Williamson / First Breath Of Air / self published

* TRAVELLING DOWN THE CASTLEREAGH / Dave de Hugard / Beating Around The Bush /  Castle Communications

* BARN DANCE MEDLEY / Dave de Hugard / Beating Around The Bush / Castle Communications

THE BULLET TRAIN / Roddy MacDonald / Good Drying / Greentrax

PAYDAY BLUES / Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks / The Best Of Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks / Acadia

RED ROCKING CHAIR / Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem / Signature Sounds

LINUS PA LINJEN / Peter Puma Hedlund / Another Way / RPM Music

VIVA LA QUINCE BRIGADA / Shay Black & Aiofe Clancy / Spain In My Heart: Songs Of The Spanish Civil War / Appleseed

THE HUMORS OF BALLYLOUGHLIN / El McMeen / Dancing The Strings / Piney Ridge Music

* BOLD BEN HALL / Collector / The Streets Of Forbes / www.tradandnow.com

EVOLUTION MAMA / Even Dozen Jug Band / Collectors Choice

RIP THE CALICO / The Bothy Band / Out Of The Wind Into The Sun / Mulligan

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9 November 2003

The featured album was MALDON TURNS THIRTY, a most impressive triple CD compilation celebrating thirty years of the Maldon Folk Festival in north east Victoria.  www.maldonfolkfestival.com  There are 54 tracks in all, so I simplified things by only featuring tracks from one of the three CDs, although there will be more to come in future programs. The following tracks (all * Australian content) were scattered through the program:

RIGHTS OF MAN (Billy Moran);  AS IF HE KNOWS (Eric Bogle);  RASPANI (Inka Marka);  THE THRILL IS GONE (Backstreet Blues Band);  ON THE NIGHT TRAIN (Richard 'Skreitch' Leitch);  LAST ROSE OF SUMMER (Shirley Power);  SCHOTTISCHE MEDLEY (Emu Creek Bush Band)

SHAKE A LEG  and  BOLD PRIVATEER / John McCusker / Goodnight Ginger / Compass Records

AMERICAN GIRL  and  BRYAN, TEXAS / Mike West / Binky Records Sampler / Binky Records

BUCKETS OF RAIN  and  HOG EYE MAN / The Stairwell Sisters / The Stairwell Sisters / Yodel-Ay-Hee

CONNEMARA CRADLE SONG / Gordon Bok / Songs From SingOut! v.47/3 / www.singout.org

SHADY GROVE / Zoe Speaks / Birds Fly South / Redbird Records

PLANXTY GINSBERG / Ceilizemer / Shalom Ireland / www.shalomireland.com

BATTLE OF THE SOMME  and  STIR IT UP / Marley's Ghost / Live At The Freight / Sage Arts Records

THE OOKPIK WALTZ  and  HOMEGROWN TOMATOES / Jay Ungar and Molly Mason with Swingology / Relax Your Mind / Angel Records

* MOLLY ROSE / Dooley's Hollow / Live At The Neighbourhood Centre / private recording

TOMORROW IS A HIGHWAY / Magpie with Kim & Reggie Harris / Seeds: The Songs of Pete Seeger volume 3 / Appleseed

JERUSALEM RIDGE / Frankie Lane / Dobro / Gael-Linn

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2 November 2003

The featured album was  BOHOLA  a debut release by Chicago Irish trio, BOHOLA (well actually, it's bohola, with no upper case letters) on the Shanachie label  (www.bohola.com  www.shanachie/com).  Jimmy Keane, Sean Cleland and Pat Broaders play mostly older tunes and songs, with a vibrant and strong driving sound.  Some uncompromisingly long sets, up to 13 minutes, give a joyous session feel to the overall album.  An excellent first release.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

THE LITTLE THATCHED COTTAGE;  REAGAN'S;  SHIP IN FULL SAIL;  STORMS; THE PRETTY GIRLS

HIGHLAND SKIP / The Clumsy Lovers / After The Flood / Clumsy Lover Records

* WILURARA / Rachel Hore / Sydney Folk Gala / Great White Noise

* BROWN EYED BOY / Miguel Heatwole and chorus / Sydney Folk Gala / Great White Noise

THE LICHTBOB'S LASSIE / Enoch Kent / Love, Lust & Loathing / Second Avenue Records

BOHUS / Shoormal / Migrant / Greentrax

* HONEST JOHN / Jim Low / Songs From Mulga Land / http://folk.mountaintracks.com.au

* TWISTING THE ZYDECO / Zydeco Jump / Local & Live Volume 1 / www.3cr.org.au

* ME AND MY DOG / Tiffany Eckhardt / Local & Live Volume 1 / www.3cr.org.au

BROWN GIRL IN THE RING / Lord Invader / Calypso In New York / Smithsonian Folkways

FAIR IS FAIR / Peggy White / Fair Is Fair / www.peggywhite.ca

THE BOATMAN / Nitin Sawhney / Human / V2 Music

PRETTY PEGGY-O  and  GOING TO THE WEST / Ed Littlefield Jr / Going To The West / Sage Arts Records

TURF LODGE / El McMeen / Dancing The Strings / Piney Ridge Music

* DIAMANTINA COUNTRY / Denis O'Keeffe / Maldon Turns Thirty / www.maldonfolkfestival.com

* NEW YORK GIRLS / Caledonia / Maldon Turns Thirty / www.maldonfolkfestival.com

SHO 'NUFF SATISFIED / Guy Davis / Songs From SingOut! 47/3 / www.singout.org

GREENBRIER VALLEY WALTZ / The Kinfolk / Memories / Greenbrier Records

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26 October 2003

The featured album was  I'M GETTING HAPPY  by  UNCLE DAVE DOUGHERTY & THE TROUGH SLOPPERS  (Tall Cotton Music  http://uncledavedougherty.com and www.lamay.com )  Wonderful old time music from a highly respected banjo picker from Kentucky along with a most competent band.  Good energy and drive throughout.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

SAL'S GOT MUD BETWEEN HER TOES;  DIXIE DARLING;  OLD TIME SALLY ANNE; CARVE DAT POSSUM;  THE BLACKEST CROW;  LAFAYETTE

ROVING JACK THE BAKER  and  THE LAST HAIRPIN ON SOLLER / Craob Rua / No Matter How Cold & Wet You Are As Long As You're Warm & Dry / Lochshore

THE UNIGATE MILKMAN / Mrs Ackroyd Band / Yelp! / www.mrsackroyd.com

ANOTHER TRAIN / Pete Morton / Yelp! / www.mrsackroyd.com

PUNK'S DELIGHT  and  LULL ME BEYOND THEE / The Harp Consort & Andrew Lawrence-King / Spanish Gypsies / BMG

* THIS BODY'S GONNA WEAR OUT  and  * SLOW AND MOURNFUL / Greg Champion / Shady Tree / www.gregchampion.com.au

* STORMY WINDS  and  * ACROSS THE HILLS / The Fagans / Common Treasury / self published

* TUNES FROM HARRY SCHAEFER OF FORBES / Growling Dogs / The Streets Of Forbes / rwillis@westserv.net.au

* THE DIGGERS SONG / Wongawilli / Growling Dogs / The Streets Of Forbes / rwillis@westserv.net.au

THE SLIPRAILS AND THE SPUR  and  RECONCILIATION / Aiofe Clancy / Silvery Moon / Appleseed

* RHYTHM OF THE HULA  and  * SWEET TAYTES / George 'Toofie' Christian / Pilli Lornga N.I. / Coral Music

ROW HER IN MA PLAIDIE  and  GAY GORDONS / The Foundry Bar Band / Rolling Home / Springthyme

PASTURES OF PLENTY  and  THE STRIDE SET / Solas / The Words That Remain / Shanachie

LE CHAMP DE POIS  and  LA VIELLE GALOPE / Matapat / Petit Fou / Borealis

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19 October 2003

The featured album was  SILKS & SPICES,  the third album in ten years from the trio  FINEST KIND comprising Ian Robb, Shelley Posen and Ann Downey. (Fallen Angle Music www.finestkind.ca )  An album full of splendid harmonies from these three fine voices.  Minimal, but sympathetic, instrumental accompaniment, traditional style songs and good production contribute to a most worthwhile album.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

BRIGHT SHINING MORNING;  FAIR MAID WALKING;  THE TEN DOLLAR BILL;  THE MAPLE LEAF FOREVER;  SWEET FORGET-ME-NOT;  THE PAINFUL PLOUGH

THREE RAVENS  and  YORKSTON ATHLETIC / Malinky / 3 Ravens / Greentrax

* THE KEYS TO THE FIELD  and  * THE MARCH OF ANTON THE YOUNGER / Neil Adam & Judy Turner / The Keys To The Field / www.tellingtales.net

TIME AND TIDE / Rise / Uncertain Wonders / www.riseband.co.uk

WALKING IN JERUSALEM / Doc Watson & Frosty Morn / 'Round The Table Again / Sugar Hill

AMONG PRODDY DOGS AND PAPES / Alistair Hulett & Dave Swarbrick / The Cold Grey Light Of Dawn / Musikfolk

NO TELLING / Priscilla Herdman / The Road Home / Redwing Music

* POP HOLLAND'S / Barry McDonald / Still A Long Way From Home / UNESCO

* POLLY FLOOD  and  * THE KING / Jim Low / Songs From Mulga Land / http://jimlow.net

BORN IN THE WRONG TIME / Robin Laing / Imaginary Lines / Greentrax

* DINKEY DI / The Bush Music Club / 20 Golden Greats / The Bush Music Club

CAROLINE OF EDINBURGH TOWN / Victoria Parks / Wild English Rose / Wild Mane Music

DOWN OUR STREET  and  WHAT A TIME / Shay, Michael & Martin Black / What A Time / DARA

TIMES A-GETTING HARD, BOYS / Tom Paxton / The Songs Of Pete Seeger Vol 3 / Appleseed

ANTARA / Paddy Keenan & Tommy O'Sullivan / The Long Grazing Acre / Compass

THEY SENT A WUMMAN / Enoch Kent / Songs Of Love, Lust & Loathing / Second Avenue Records

THE COLRHANNA SET / Brian McNeill / To Answer The Peacock / Greentrax

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12 October 2003

The featured album was  A DAY LIKE TODAY  by  EMILY SMITH and band. www.emilysmithband.com  (Foot Stompin' Records)  Impressive debut album from the BBC Scotland Young Traditional Musician award winner for 2002.  An accomplished singer and accordionist, heading a talented band of traditional musicians, presenting an album of traditional and original material.  The following tracks were scattered through the program:

A DAY LIKE TODAY;  PARTY IN MY PANTS;  GRAHAM & JILLY'S WEDDING;  RIGS O' BARLEY;  MOLLY LOVELY MOLLY;  MACLEOD'S FAREWELL

WHERE WOULD THE WORLD BE WITHOUT WOMEN / At The Racket / Mirth-Making Heroes / Racket Records

JOLI GIRL / Bill Staines / The Whistle Of The Jay / Folk-Legacy

JOHN ANDERSON / Chantan / Primary Colours / Culburnie

WOMAN WITH A BROKEN HEART / The Savoy Family Band / Songs From SingOut! v.47#3 / www.singout.org

NAVY HYMN / Dakota Dave Hull / Songs From SingOut! v.47#3 / www.singout.org

WHAT'S THE USE OF WINGS / Artisan / Songs From SingOut! v.47#3 / www.singout.org

* PRINCESS POLKA / The Heritage Ensemble & Southern Cross Bush Band / Bush Dance / Bush Music Club

THE BELLS OF RHYMNEY / Ian F. Benzie / I'se The B'y / Lochshore

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

* FRENCH CANADIAN POLKA / various / Session - Live At Irish Murphy's / O'Kelly's Shamrock Music

SELKIE  and  THE CUCKOO / Fine Friday / Gone Dancing / Foot Stompin' Records

* DOWNTOWN TRAIN / Touchwood / The Great City / Great White Noise

* MOUNTAIN BLUES / Joy & Hildebrand / Still A Mem'ry living / self published

TROIS MATELOTS DU PORT-DE-BREST  and  I'D CROSS THE WILD ATLANTIC / Arcady / After the Ball / DARA

* THE MEN WHO MADE AUSTRALIA / The Bush Music Club / 20 Golden Greats / Festival

EARLY, EARLY IN THE SPRING / Ann & Phil Case / The Springtime Of Life / Dry Run Recordings

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

THE PARTING GLASS / The Voice Squad / Holly Wood / Hummingbird Records

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5 October 2003

The featured album was THE FRONT PAGE FOLLIES - LIVE AT THE CORNELIA STREET CAFE  by PETER EKSTROM & MICHAEL QUINN frontpagefollies@aol.com   This is a selection of cabaret style songs recorded at a New York City venue in April and May 2003, presented as a 73 minute concert.  Forthright contemporary political and social satire, well written and performed.  Some is quite scathing, most is very funny.  Because I was in the mood for this stuff, I played the whole album.

THE FRONT PAGE FOLLIES THEME SONG;  INTRODUCTIONS;  BOOM, BOOM, BOOM; SUPREMELY CONFIDENT;  SO THEY CALL ME ...;  THE FISCAL FIASCO;  THE BLUES.COM;  YOU'RE ON YOUR OWN;  "GOVERNOR BUSH";  WHAT HAPPENED TO THE GOOD OLD DAYS?;  IF I WERE A BOY SCOUT;  EVERYTHING'S CHANGED; GIVE ME BACK THE OLD NEW YORK;  WHO SHALL WE BLAME?;  THE FLAG SONG; THE FAMILY FRIEND;  I'M STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU;  W (parts one to six)

WILLIE AND MARY  and  THE USUAL SUSPECTS / Deanta / Whisper Of A Secret / Green Linnet

* EVERYONE I KNOW / Alistair Hulett & Jimmy Gregory / The National - 35 Years Of The National Folk Festival / www.folkfestival.asn.au

UNITY (RAISE YOUR BANNERS) / Roy Bailey / The National - 35 Years Of The National Folk Festival / www.folkfestival.asn.au

LIVERPOOL JUDIES / Maddy Prior & The Girls / Bib & Tuck / Park Records

THE CAPTAIN'S HORNPIPE / Gerald Trimble / First Flight / Green Linnet

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

* LAMENT FOR CHILE / Phyl Lobl / Bronzewing / bronzewing@hotkey.net.au

* BARN DANCE TUNES / Wongawilli / The National - 35 Years Of The National Folk Festival / www.folkfestival.asn.au

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B Cameron