Miércoles, 2 de Septiembre 2009

01 DANU (03'59) Breton Tune
02 DEVENDRA BANHART (02'14) (2004) at_the_hop
03 GRáDA (05'47) (2004) Anto's Gambit
04 TUNNG (05'28) (2007) hands

He stands with his head in his hands
In the corridor in A&E
He couldn't resucitate her
And now he'll go home to his wife for tea

We sing as the sky falls down
We sing as the sky collapses
And make what we can of this
It's okay, we're all going to end up dead and gone

He crawls into her aorta
To pull him out of his reverie
And mentally puts her back together
With sticks and glue until she breathes

He crawls like a rat inside her spine
It's a passage to another world
He pulls on a coat of new born skin
And sends a secret message to that girl

Positions himself in space
And looks down on such slight a thing
Swears he'll make what he can of this
Because one day out there we will all be dead

So leave your imprint upon
All the atoms you press against
All the people you press against
Because one day out there we will all be
Leave your imprint upon
Every mouth that you press against
Every word that you press against
It's okay because one day we will be dead

05 SOLAS (2008) Sunday's Waltz-Solo Double Oh
06 ESPERS (04'47) (2005) Afraid
07 GERRY O'BEIRNE (04'39) 10 The Glass Boat
08 THE TREES (1970) (04'05) The Garden Of Jane Delawney
09 PATRICK STREET (03'33) (1986) Loftus Jones
10 BOWERBIRDS (03'15) spring song
11 SHARON SHANNON (03'35) El Mercado Testaccio
12 JOSEPHINE FOSTER (02'59) (2005) trees lay by
13 THE PENGUIN CAFE ORCHESTRA (04'31) (2002) Perpetuum Mobile
14 PATRICK WATSON (04'59) (2009) Big Bird In A Small Cage
15 JOANNA NEWSOM (03'20) Cassiopeia

Miércoles, 26 de Agosto de 2009

01 OLD BLIND DOGS (04'03) (2007) Braw Sailin'
02 PLANXTY (03'07) Dennis Murphy's Polka The #L42 Cheque John Ryan's Polka
03 STEELEYE SPAN (05'02) (1971) Captain Coulston

Come and join with Captain Coulston, that hero stout and bold
Who fought his way all on the sea and never was controlled
For six long weeks in the summer gales we sailed upon the sea
All bound for New York City, that city fair to see.

The captain and his lady they came on deck each day
To help us with our merriment, going to Amerikay
The merriment being over we're going to bed one night
The captain he came upon deck to see if all was right.

He said my boys do not go down you need not think on sleep
For in a few hours more we shall be slumbering in the deep
For a pirate ship is coming down upon the western sea
to rob us of our property going to Amerikay

The pirate ship came up to us and ordered us to stand
Your gold and precious loading this moment I demand
Your gold and precious loading resign to me this day
Or not a soul you'll ever bring unto Amerikay

The battle it commenced, brave boys, and blood in streams did flow
While undaunted did our passengers the pirate overthrow
The cries of women and children lying in the hull below
While the captain and his passengers the pirate did overthrow

The pirate ship surrendered just by the break of day
And we brought her as a bounty unto Amerikay

04 ALBION DANCE BAND (1976) Merry Sherwood Ranger
05 SYDNEY CARTER (1972) Shake And Shiver
06 DE DANANN (1975) Rambling Irishman

07 BJORK - HOMOGENIC (05'04) Joga
08 MúM (21'37) (2007) Blessed Brambles
10 SIGUR RóS (03'11) (2008) Gobbledigook

11 DANDO SHAFT 1972 (01'46) Lullaby

lo ultimo de Capercallie. Gracias Eli!!
12 CAPERCAILLIE (04'36) (2008) My New Silk Gown
13 CAPERCAILLIE (04'13) (2008) I Sing the Praises of the Brave Lads

14 DAVE EVANS (09'19) (1990) Hewlett
15 Duncan Chisholm - A Mhairead Og

Miércoles, 19 de Agosto de 2009

01 JIM MURRAY; SéAMUS BEGLEY (04'06) An Seanduine
02 BOHOLA (03'50) The Shamrock Sod The High Cauled Cap
03 DANU (04'40) (2000) Are You Ready Yet-The Tailor's Thimble-Donoghues Reel-I'm Read
04 SOLAS (05'45) The New Custom House , The Flavor of the Month , Others

Donal Lunny, "Common Ground" (1996)
05 BONO AND ADAM CLAYTON (04'36) Tomorrow
06 KATE BUSH (02'53) Mna Na H-Eireann
07 DAVID SPILLANE & DONALD LUNNY (04'08) Whistling Low Errigal

08 REGINA SPEKTOR (04'37) (2002) 09 - - Lounge
09 MOUNT EERIE (2008) Voice in Headphones
10 GRIZZLY BEAR Hold Still
11 PSAPP (02'19) (2006) 09 Make Up

12 SOLAS (03'57) Bonnie Mae
13 PAUL BRADY (06'19) (1978) Im a youth thats inclinen to rambling
14 LIAM O'FLYNN (06'10) (1993) Ar Bhruach na Laoi

el sábado estamos tocando de nuevo en la radio:

Miércoles, 12 de Agosto de 2009


01 LúNASA (03'17) Aibreann
02 JOHN DOYLE (08'33) (2005) Bitter the Parting

Farewell, farewell to you who would hear
You lonely travellers all
The cold north wind will blow again
The winding road does call

And will you never return to see
Your bruised and beaten sons?
"Oh, I would, I would, if welcome I were
For they love me, every one"

And will you never cut the cloth
Or drink the light to be?
And can you never swear a year
To anyone of we?

"No, I will never cut the cloth
Or drink the light to be
But I'll swear a year to one who lies
Asleep along side of me"

Farewell, farewell to you who would hear
You lonely travellers all
The cold north wind will blow again
The winding road does call

04 DERVISH (05'30) (2004) Boots of Spanish Leather

Oh, I'm sailin' away my own true love,
I'm sailin' away in the morning.
Is there something I can send you from across the sea,
From the place that I'll be landing?

No, there's nothin' you can send me, my own true love,
There's nothin' I wish to be ownin'.
Just carry yourself back to me unspoiled,
From across that lonesome ocean.

Oh, but I just thought you might want something fine
Made of silver or of golden,
Either from the mountains of Madrid
Or from the coast of Barcelona.

Oh, but if I had the stars from the darkest night
And the diamonds from the deepest ocean,
I'd forsake them all for your sweet kiss,
For that's all I'm wishin' to be ownin'.

That I might be gone a long time
And it's only that I'm askin',
Is there something I can send you to remember me by,
To make your time more easy passin'.

Oh, how can, how can you ask me again,
It only brings me sorrow.
The same thing I want from you today,
I would want again tomorrow.

I got a letter on a lonesome day,
It was from her ship a-sailin',
Saying I don't know when I'll be comin' back again,
It depends on how I'm a-feelin'.

Well, if you, my love, must think that-a-way,
I'm sure your mind is roamin'.
I'm sure your heart is not with me,
But with the country to where you're goin'.

So take heed, take heed of the western wind,
Take heed of the stormy weather.
And yes, there's something you can send back to me,
Spanish boots of Spanish leather

La idéa (no es una traducción!) de la letra en castellano

Mi amor, mañana por la mañana partiré a navegar a traves del oceano, Hay algo que te pueda traer de las tierras lejanas en donde desembarcaré?

No… no hay nada que me me puedas enviar, salvo a mi amado. No hay nada que desee tener. Sólo vuelve sano y salvo del solitario océano

Ohh… pero pensé que te gustaría tener algo, quizá de plata u oro… Ya sea de las montañas de Madrid o de la costa de Barcelona.

Oh… pero si tuviera las estrellas de la noche mas oscura y los diamantes del mar mas profundo, los cambiaría por tus dulces besos, ya que es todo lo que deseo tener.

Pero puedo estar lejos por un buen tiempo, y todo lo que te pregunto es si habrá algo te pueda enviar para que me recuerdes. Para hacer que tu tiempo pase mas facilmente.

Como puedes preguntármelo de nuevo? Sólo me da tristeza. Lo mismo que te pido hoy, te pediré mañana…

Recibi una carta, un día solitario. Era de un barco en altamar y decia "no se cuando volveré depende de cómo me sienta"

Bueno, si es asi como piensas, estoy segura que tu mente esta vagando y tu corazon no está conmigo, sino con el país al cual está yendo.

Así que cuíidate de viento del oeste, y de las tormentas… Y si… hay algo que me puedes enviar… Botas de cuero de España…

05 CHRISTY MOORE (05'50) (2009) Shine on you crazy diamond
06 FRANKIE KENNEDY (03'42) (1987) The Sunset
07 ANDY IRVINE - RUDE AWAKENING (04'24) I'd love to be with you
08 KAREN MATHESON (04'27) (2005) Chi Mi Bhuam
09 RUBAI (02'11) Rosbeg
10 KELLS - SUR (04'44) Lone Shanakyle
11 ROBIN WILLIAMSON (03'21) (1998) Rothesay Bay
12 SIBYLLE BAIER (02'33) Says Elliott
13 VASHTI BUNYAN (03'06) (2005) Wayward
14 ROSA CEDRóN (03'33) (2007) O Valse Da Tola
15 MATT MOLLOY (03'52) (1987) Ó Ráthaille's Grave

Miércoles, 05 de Agosto de 2009

El programa de hoy dedicado al idioma nativo de Irlanda: el Gaélico, también conocido como "Irlandés", diferenciándolo de las otras lenguas celtas, como el Gaélico Escocés o el Galés (de Gales)

01 DERVISH (03'41) (1996) Maire Mor (Big Mary)
03 OISIN - BEALOIDEAS (02'25) Peata Beag
03a MAIGHREAD Ní DHOMNAILL (04'51) (1991) Colm Cille Na Féille
04 SINéAD O'CONNOR (03'20) (2002) Óró Sé Do Bheatha 'Bhaile
05 AFRO CELT SOUND SYSTEM (05'09) (1999) Éireann
06 FERNHILL (03'06) (1996) Gwenith Gwyn

De "Victorialand" 4to álbum (acústico) de los Cocteau Twins
07 COCTEAU TWINS (03'05) throughout the dark months of april and may
08 COCTEAU TWINS (03'26) little spacey

Colaboración inédita de E.Fraser (cantante de Cocteau) con el difunto Jeff Buckley
09 Jeff Buckley & Elizabeth Fraser - All Flowers In Time Bend Towards The Sun

10 CLANNAD (03'45) Crann Úll
12 DERVISH (03'19) (2001) Seán Bháin
13 PLANXTY (03'46) (1972) Bean Phaidin
14 bridgit fitzgerald (01'26) an sean duine doite
15 DANU (04'22) An Paistin Fionn (the fair-haired one)
16 ALTAN (03'58) (1987) Cití Na Cumann

Algunos links al respecto:
Breve Diccionario Español-Irlandés

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