And Now For Something Completely Different

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

In a departure from our usual traditional-leaning Anglo-American folk fare and contemporary works by singer/songwriters, here’s a whirl into world music and Celtic music with a twist.

The first hour was primarily Gypsy music from Eastern Europe and a set of songs from Iren Lovasz of Hungary and her beautiful voice and song interpretations. The second hour explored Celtic music that takes some strange but lovable turns in its journeys.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Taraf de Haidouks, “Rustem”, Taraf de Haidouks, Nonesuch


  • Kalyi Jag, “My Daughter, Sabina”, Gypsy Caravan, Putumayo

  • Djelem, “Codru”, Gypsy Caravan, Putumayo

  • Ando Dromo, “Szatele Zsav”, Gypsy Caravan, Putumayo


  • Okros Ensemble, “Verbunk from Rabakoz”, Best Of Fono Records, Fono

  • Taraf de Haidouks, “Ballad Of The Dictator”, Taraf de Haidouks, Nonesuch

  • Iren Lovasz, “Colours Of The Earth”, Best Of Fono Records, Fono


  • Iren Lovasz & Teagrass, “The Curse Of God”, “If Only I Could Feel”, “Get Up, Get Up”, “The Cock’s Crowing

  • Soon”, Wide Is The Danube, CCn’C,


  • Wake The Dead, “Banks Of Lough Gowna/The Reunion/Friend Of The Devil”, “Lord Inchiquin/Sugaree”, Brigid Cruise/Black Muddy River”, Wake The Dead Grateful Dead Records


  • Keeva, “Trottin’ To The Fair”, “An Island Fisherman”, “An Old Woman Of The Road”, All The Home We Have, independent


  • Whirligig (Scotland), “Galliard/Watkin’s Ale/Frog Galliard”, “The Piper’s Three/Coranto/Les Poules Houpees”, What If A Day…, Lochshore/KRL
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