First broadcast December 3, 2004

Mostly Celtic — With A Few Departures

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

A mellow night of selections from a batch of recent Celtic recordings, with two departures: David Roth is playing in our region and Laurie MacAllister appeared on Profiles in Folk earlier this year and discussed the imminent release of her new album, which is now out! Audience reaction was unusually strong to Greentrax Records’ “The Clear Stream”, an anthology of Scots guitar music, and for good reason. I highly recommend it.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Tony McManus/Alain Gentry/Soig Siberil, “Enfin Set”, The Clear Stream, Greentrax

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  • Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas, “Josefin’s Waltz”, “Rob Roy Crosses The Minch”, Fire & Grace, Culburnie

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  • Grada, “Tread Softly”, “Seven Of Eight”, “Dear Mary”, The Landing Step, Green Linnet

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  • Tony Cuffe & William Jackson, “My Hometown”, The Clear Stream, Greentrax

  • Dick Gaughan, “Accrington McBride’s/The Wexford Assembly”, The Clear Stream, Greentrax

  • Jack Evans, “Roslin Castle”, The Clear Stream, Greentrax

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  • Kim Robertson, “Polish Lullaby/Cold Is The Morning”, Christmas Lullaby, Gourd Music

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  • David Roth, “Cutter of Stone”, Irreconcilable Similarities, Wind River

  • David Roth, “That Kind Of Grace”, “May The Light Of Love”, Rising In Love, Folk Era

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  • Laurie MacAllister, “Famous Blue Raincoat”, “Nobody’s Angel”, The Things I Choose To Do, Independent

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  • Sharon Shannon & Friends, “Hogs And Heifers”, Libertango, Compass

  • Sharon Shannon & Sinead O’Connor, “Anachie Gordon”, Libertango, Compass

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  • Kim Robertson, “Scottish Lullaby”, Christmas Lullaby, Gourd Music

  • Rob MacKillop, “Lady Lothian’s Lilt Set”, The Clear Stream, Greentrax