Folks of the World (Music)
Mon Oct 14th 2013 8.00am–10.00am
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Maura O'Connell “Teddy O'Neil” from Wandering Home (Ryko 1997) —Welcome, you've got 4 hours of me today, we present songwriters around the worldBuy it!
Dolores Keane & John Faulkner “The Ploughboy” from Broken Hearted I'll Wander (Compass Records www.compassrecords.com 1979) —Great collaboration between 2 wonderful Irish singers doing a classic tune.Buy it!
The Mollys “The Lang Town Unfortunate Rake” from Moon Over the Interstate (The Mollys 1998) —You'd think this group was from Ireland, not Tuscon, no longer together, Larry Weir's favorite live band.Buy it!
Jonas Fjeld & Chatham County Line “Stein Ove” from Brother of Song (RCA Records Label 2009) —We take you to Norway for this set, Norwegian singer/songwriter joins the american bluegrass bandBuy it!
Tom Russell and the Norwegian Wiind Ensemble “St. Olav's Gate” from Aztec Jazz (Frontera Records 2013) N —Tom and Thad Beckman live in Halden \, Norway with the Norwegian Wind EnsembleBuy it!
Tine Valand “Some Hearts” from She's Just Leavin' (Sony 1996) —Andy Hardin produces Norwegian singer Tine Valand doing a Marshall Crenshaw tuneBuy it!
Henning Kvitnes & Little Eden “Postcards From Life” (RCA Norway 1993) —Some people call Henning the Norwegian Springstein, Fats Kaplin plays on the wonderful CDBuy it!
Danny Michel & The Benque Players “What Color Are You?” from Black Birds Are Dancing Over Me (Six Shooter Records 2012) —Canadian songwriter goes to Belize to make this terrific cdBuy it!
Danny Michel & The Benque Players “A Cold Road” from Black Birds Are Dancing Over Me (Six Shooter Records 2012) —One more from Danny and his Belize bandBuy it!
Eliza Gilkyson “Vayan Al Norte” from Roses At The End of Time (Red House www.redhouse.com 2011) —Can't wait for Eliza's new one January 2014Buy it!
Tish Hinojosa “Corazon Viajero (Wandering Heart)” from Culture Swing (Rounder 1992) —Another SpanishBuy it!
Audrey Auld “And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda” from Billabong Song - EP (Reckless Records 2009) —We take you down under, Audrey doing this Eric Bogle classicBuy it!
Mick Thomas And The Sure Thing “Ewan and the Gold” from The Horse's Prayer (Croxton Records 2003) —The great frontman of Weddins Parties AnythingBuy it!
Harmony James “Reach for You (with Shane Nicholson)” from Handfuls of Sky (WM Australia 2012) —Has there ever been a better name a female singer/songwriter, keep an eye on HarmonyBuy it!
PENNY DAVIES & ROGER ILOTT “When We Travelled the River” from Birchgrove Quay (RESTLESS MUSIC 2011) —A classic tail of the demise of the steamboat, written by John Broomhall and sang beautifully by PennyBuy it!
Hart Rouge “DESTINATION” from Beaupre's Home (Red House Records www.redhouserecords.com 1997) —We take you to French Canada, we miss Hart RougeBuy it!
Tanglefoot “Lunenburg Skies” from Dance Like Flames (Borealis Records 2006) —Great harmonie by these talented CanadiansBuy it!
Stan Rogers “The Mary Ellen Carter (Live)” from Between the Breaks… Live! (Remastered) (Fogarty's Cove Music 1990) —One of the best songs ever written period !!!Buy it!
Stan Rogers A Matter Of Heart Original Cast “NORTHWEST PASSAGE” from Stan Rogers - A Matter of Heart (The Musical Revue Cast Recording) (Fogarty's Cove Music 2000) —From the play featuring the music of the late Stan Rogers, on my buckett listBuy it!
David Wilkie and Cowboy Celtic “Nil Se Ina La / Border Affair” from Cowboy Ceilidh (Centerfire 2004) —A wonderful Irish take on the poem written by Badger Clark and sung beautifully by Denise WithnellBuy it!
Terry Clarke “Johnnie's on the Road (From the North Country)” from The Shelly River (Minidoka Records 1991) —From Terry's best cd, a classicBuy it!
The Cottars “Byker HIll” from Forerunner (New Rounder 2009) —Thanks for listening, I'll change hats and be right back for Songwriters Showcase, Harriett will be back next weekBuy it!
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