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Black Jack Davy (Music)

Mon Jul 16th 2018 8.30pm–12.00am

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Time zone: eastern

11:08pm

Leon Rosselson “The Years Grow Tall”
from I Didn't Mean It! Vinyl (Fuse 1988) —Sung by Roy Bailey, piano by Fiz Shapur; also on the cd Guess What They're Selling At the Happiness Counter on Fuse Records, 1992

10:56pm

Cliff Stapleton “Gloryflower ( with The Drones)”
from The Tumbling of Creatures (Woodbird cliffstapleton.com 2016)

10:56pm

Cliff Stapleton “Cherries (with Angles)”
from The Tumbling of Creatures (Woodbird cliffstapleton.com 2016)

10:53pm

Blowzabella “Shave the Monkey / Boys of the Mill”
from Bobbityshooty (Osmosys 1984) —First tune written by Paul James, the second by Cliff Stapleton (Happy birthday Cliff!)

10:43pm

Blowzabella “Blowzabella/Marriage Marches”
from Blowzabella Vinyl (Plant Life 1982)

10:41pm

Rod Clements ,Dick Gaughan, Ray Jackson, Bert Jansch, Rory McLeod, Rab Noakes with Pat Rafferty “This Land Is Your Land”
from Woody Lives! A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Vinyl (Black Crow 1987) —Sung by Bert Jansch, written by Woody Guthrie

10:36pm

Christy Moore “Sacco and Vanzetti”
from Live in Dublin 2006 (Columbia 2006) —written by Woody Guthrie

10:33pm

Solas “Pastures of plenty”
from Live (Shanachie shanachie.com 1999) —written by Woody Guthrie

10:30pm

Rod Clements ,Dick Gaughan, Ray Jackson, Bert Jansch, Rory McLeod, Rab Noakes with Pat Rafferty “Pastures of Plenty”
from Woody Lives! A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Vinyl (Black Crow 1987) —sung by Dick Gaughan, written by Woody Guthrie

10:26pm

Patrick Street “Tom Joad”
from No. 2 Patrick Street (Green Linnet www.greenlinnet.com 1988) —written by Woody Guthrie, new music by Andy Irvine

10:24pm

Andy Irvine “Talking Dust Bowl Blues”
from Live At Foxrock Folk Club - The Parish Hall Tapes (Cornelscourt Records 2015) —written by Woody Guthrie recorded March 14, 1971

10:05pm

Hedgehog Pie “The Angels Took My Racehorse Away”
from Live! (Blue Guitar Records www.daveburland.co.uk 2003) —again from the pen of Richard Thompson

10:03pm

Dave Burland and the Awkward Squad “Spencer the Rover / Ashokan Farewell”
from Okkard (Fat Cat Records 2017)

10:01pm

Dave Burland and the Awkward Squad “Bright Phoebus”
from Okkard (Fat Cat Records 2017) —written by Mike Waterson

9:54pm

Dave Burland “The New St. George”
from His Master's Choice (THe Road Goes On Forever www.rgfrecords.co.uk 1992) —accompanied by the songs creater, Richard Thompson. as well as Simon Care, Julie Matthews amongs others

9:52pm

Dave Burland “Hot Ashphalt”
from Benchmark (Fat Cat Records 1994)

9:51pm

Dave Burland “The Daleman's Litany”
from A Daleman's Litany (Leader 1971)

9:50pm

Dave Burland “Captain Ward and the Rainbow”
from Dave Burland Vinyl (Trailer 1972)

9:49pm

Dave Burland “The Blacksmith”
from A Daleman's Litany (Leader 1971)

9:41pm

John Roberts & Tony Barrand “Babylon is Fallen”
from Spencer the Rover Is Alive and Well Vinyl (Swallowtail 1971)

9:39pm

John Roberts & Debra Cowan “Combing the Mane”
from Ballads Long & Short (Golden Hind www.goldenhindmusic.com 2015) —another gem from the youngster ofThe Kipper Family, written by Chris Sudgeon

9:28pm

John Roberts “Sir Patrick Spens”
from Sea Fever (Golden Hind www.goldenhindmusic.com 2007)

9:25pm

John Roberts & Tony Barrand “Anchor Song”
from Twiddlum Twaddlum (Golden Hind www.goldenhindmusic.com 2003) —Rudyard Kipling poem set to music by Peter Bellamy

9:21pm

John Roberts & Tony Barrand “Staines Morris”
from Mellow With Ale from the Horn (Golden Hind www.goldenhindmusic.com 1975) —reissue of the Front Hall LP

9:12pm

Sharron Kraus “Hearts Joined As One”
from A Place to Dwell: Folk Musicians Support Southend YMCA (Southend YMCA southendymca.bandcamp.com 2017) —with Fay Hield, Jon Boden and others

9:11pm

Alasdair Roberts “The Little Collier”
from A Place to Dwell: Folk Musicians Support Southend YMCA (Southend YMCA southendymca.bandcamp.com 2017) —written by Ewan MacVicar

8:59pm

Naomi Bedford “The Watches of the Night (feat. Alasdair Roberts)”
from A History of Insolence (Dusty Willow www.naomibedford.co.uk 2014)

8:48pm

Fairport Convention “Stranger to Himself”
from Rising for the Moon (Island 1975)

8:47pm

Fairport Convention “Let It Go”
from Rising for the Moon (Island 1975)

8:46pm

Steve Ashley “The Land of Love”
from Another Day (Market Square www.marketsquarerecords.co.uk 2017)

8:33pm

Sandy Denny “Gypsy Davey”
from Who Knows Where the TIme Goes (Hannibal 1985)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.