Miércoles, 30 de Diciembre de 2009

01 IMAGINED VILLAGE - JOHN COOPER (2008) 'Ouses, 'Ouses, 'Ouses
02 PLANXTY (04'28) (1972) Raggle Taggle Gypsy - Tabhair Dom Do Lamh

una versión de la misma canción por Christy Moore (sin los demas miembros de la banda)... no encontré ninguna versión de Planxty en YouTube

03 PLANXTY (02'52) (1972) Arthur McBride
04 SLIDE (05'07) Cronins
05 FELPEYU (2008) Canteros

acá hay un vidéo de la canción (lamentablemente la calidad de imagen y sonido es mala)

06 MILTON NASCIMENTO (1970) Amigo, Amiga
07 MILTON NASCIMENTO (1970) A Felicidade

08 De Dannan Unnamed Reels
09 PLANXTY (05'11) (2004) The Clare Jig
10 IRISH - DRAíOCHT (04'48) (2006) Glor Na nAingeal
11 JULIE FOWLIS (2009) A Chatrion' Òg (Young Catherine)
12 ROBIN WILLIAMSON (02'49) (1999) Ye Banks and Braes

Miércoles, 23 de Diciembre de 2009

El programa de hoy, dedicado a mi gran amigo Seamus (de Sheffield, Inglaterra) y a su hermoza familia. Nos conocimos 1998, en Co.Donegal en un hostel llamado Corcreggan Mill. Desde ese entonces nos vimos realmente muy pocas veces mas (una?) en Buenos Aires, pero siempre estamos en contacto vía email. Seamus, todo el tiempo me manda CDs. En estos tiempos, en los que el Euro está tan caro para nosotros en Argentina, su aporte es INVALORABLE para el programa (y para mi principalmente!) GRACIAS SEAMUS !!!

La música de hoy, es una selección de algunas de las cosas que él me envió en todos estos años...

01 LAU (14'41) (2008) The Long Set
02 PENTANGLE (06'41) (1969) Hunting Song

03 KRIS DREVER (04'04) (2006) Braw Sailin' on the Sea
04 NORTH CREGG (04'08) (2003) The Recruited Collier

What's the matter with you, me lass, and where's your dashing Jimmy?"
"Them soldier boys have picked him up and taken him far from me
Last pay-day he went into town and them red-coated fellows,
Enticed him in and made him drunk, and he'd better gone to the gallows.

The very sight of his cockade, it sets us all a-cryin', And me, I nearly fainted twice - I thought that I was dyin'
Me father said he'd pay the smart and he'd run for the Golden Guinea,
But the sergeant swore he'd kissed the book, so now they've got young Jimmy.

When Jimmy talks about the wars, it's worse than death to hear him.
I must go out and hide me tears, because I cannot bear him.
A Brigadier or a Grenadier he says they're sure to make him,
So now he jibes and cracks his jokes and bids me not forsake him.

As I walked o'er yon stubbled field - below where runs the seam,
I think on Jimmy hewing there, but it was all a dream.
He hewed the very coils we burn, so when this fire I'm leetin',
To think the lumps was in his hands - it sets me heart a-beating'.

So break me heart and then it's o'er, oh break me heart, me dearie,
As I lie in this cold, cold bed, of a single life I'm weary."

VIDEO: un clásico interpretado por los North Cregg...

05 CHRISTY MOORE (04'29) (2009) gortatagort

06 KEVIN BURKE (03'38) (1978) Caisleán Na Nór-Bobby Casey's Hornpipe
07 SETH LAKEMAN (03'15) (2006) Band of Gold
08 THE IMAGINED VILLAGE (04'53) (2007) Cold Hailey, Rainy Night [EP Remix by Stabilizer]

09 UNTHANKS (04'05) (2009) The Testimony Of Patience Kershaw

Acá hay un artículo (en Inglés) sobre la historia de esta canción.
Esta versión de la letra la tomé del EXELENTE sitio The Mudcat Café

(Frank Higgins)

It's good of you to ask me, Sir, to tell you how I spend my days
Down in a coal black tunnel, Sir, I hurry corves to earn my pay.
The corves are full of coal, kind Sir, I push them with my hands and head.
It isn't lady-like, but Sir, you've got to earn your daily bread.

I push them with my hands and head, and so my hair gets worn away.
You see this baldy patch I've got, it shames me like I just can't say.
A lady's hands are lily white, but mine are full of cuts and segs.
And since I'm pushing all the time, I've got great big muscles on my legs.

I try to be respectable, but sir, the shame, God save my soul.
I work with naked, sweating men who curse and swear and hew the coal.
The sights, the sounds, the smells, kind Sir, not even God could know my pain.
I say my prayers, but what's the use? Tomorrow will be just the same.

Now, sometimes, Sir, I don't feel well, my stomach's sick, my head it aches.
I've got to hurry best I can. My knees are weak, my back near breaks.
And then I'm slow, and then I'm scared these naked men will batter me.
But they're not to blame, for if I'm slow, their families will starve, you see.

Now all the lads, they laugh at me, and Sir, the mirror tells me why.
Pale and dirty can't look nice. It doesn't matter how hard I try.
Great big muscles on my legs, a baldy patch upon my head.
A lady, Sir? Oh, no, not me! I should've been a boy instead.

I praise your good intentions, Sir, I love your kind and gentle heart
But now it's 1842, and you and I, we're miles apart.
A hundred years and more will pass before we're standing side by side
But please accept my grateful thanks. God bless you Sir, at least you tried.

From the "Generations" CD, by Sally Rogers. This CD has yet another version of the Sojourner Truth speech, along with a number of other powerful songs.
Sally's notes say that the words to this song are derived from a transcript of testimony gathered by the Ashley Mines Committee from 17-yr-old Patience Kershaw in 1842. By then, Patience had worked in the mines for most of her life, the effects of which are clear in this song.... The song was written by Englishman Frank Higgins, whom Sally was unable to locate.
-Joe Offer-

10 THE LARK DESCENDING (04'02) bleary winter

Miércoles, 16 de Diciembre de 2009

Hoy comenzamos con un extracto de un programa de radio que grabaron los Dervish y que publicaron en su página oficial, para bajar...

01 DERVISH - Irish Heartbeat Show - Programa de Radio especial.
02 OSNA (03'28) (1999) The Ag At The Churn
03 ANNE BRIGGS (04'06) sullivan's john

tres canciones en gaélico:
Escocia: ARTHUR CORMAC (1992) A Nigheanag A Ghraidh (My Beloved Girl)
Gales: JULIE MURPHY & DYLAN FOWLER (2001) Y Bachan Main
Irlanda: SéAMUS BEGLEY & JIM MURRAY (04'12) (2003) Mo Ghile Mear

Visitamos el MySpace de Paula Medrano , cantante argentina, que se dedica, entre otras cosas, al folk irlandés.

Y con esto, inauguramos una nueva sección que, en un derroche de imaginación, llamaremos "Visitando MySpaces". Como todas las secciones del programa, aparecerán cada vez que al equipo de producción (o séa: yo) se le cante el upite

Ahh... hoy Paula cumple años. Feliz cumples, Paula!!

06 CARTHY, MARTIN (03'44) (1976) Crown of horn - Geordie
07 CHRIS WOOD (06'14) (2008) Mad John

08 Duncan Chisholm - 2008 - The Hill Of The High Byre
09 DEISEAL Sí Beag, Sí Mór
10 HERON (03'38) Goodbye

Miércoles, 02 de Diciembre de 2009

01 SALSA CELTICA (04'13) (2003) Guajira Sin Sol

02 THE IRON HORSE (04'10) (1994) The Heiress
04 FLOOK LIVE (03'33) tune
06 MARY CUSTY & EOIN O' NEILL (02'41) (1991) Kevin Griffins Reel

07 COCO ROSIE - Outro with harp
08 MúM (05'11) (2004) Oh, How The Boat Drifts
09 SHUGO TOKUMARU (03'23) (2004) Typewriter

10 COCO ROSIE (05'23) (2005) Brazilian Sun
11 MúM (02'41) (2004) Stir

un temita muy simpático de las Coco Rosie

12 AIDAN O'ROURKE (06'34) (2006) Bah Humburg
13 LEGACY (04'21) Listen, Listen
14 THE TANNAHILL WEAVERS (04'03) (2003) Lassie Wi' The Lintwhite Locks

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