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Sunday January 26th, 2014 with Colin Henein
2012/13 retrospective (Part 2)

Part 2 of 2. Working through the excellent releases of 2012-13. Last year I did not select any gold star releases, but remedying it this year. We are listening through the best of the two years in alphabetical order and I am calling out my top picks along the way. For a full list of gold star releases over the years, see the following link: http://www.musicfromtheglen.ca/goldstar/goldstar.html
Òran an t-Saighdeir / The soldier's song
Mary Jane Lamond / Wendy MacIsaac - Seinn - turtlemusik Canadian
The old garden gate
Lauren McCormick - On Bluestockings - Wildgoose
Blue gaze
Mira - Mira - Self
The golden glove
Jim Moray - Skulk - NIAG
Stick stock
Emily Portman - The glamoury - Furrow
As I roved out
Quercus - Quercus - ECM
Two magicians
Greg Russell / Ciaran Algar - The Queen's Lover - Fellside
Delta dreams
Simpson, Martin - Vagrant stanzas - Topic
Bolinder
Vicki Swan / Jonny Dyer - Red house - Wetfoot
Wine and roses
Heidi Talbot - Angels without wings - Navigator
Sweet Thames flow softly
Various Artists - This is proper folk too!! - Proper
Napoleon's: The drunken police car / The box reels #2 / Music for a found harmonium
Ten strings and a goat skin - Corbeau - Self Canadian
Roll down
The Young'uns - When our grandfathers said no - Navigator
Shining pool / Tumblers
Katherine Tickell - Northumbrian Voices - Park
Toujours amants
Vent du Nord - Tromper le temps - Borealis Canadian
Ae fond kiss
Écosse - The auld alliance - Self Canadian
Little Joe Palliser's / Johnny Formanger's / Luke Payne's / Joe Whalen's
Daniel Payne - Chain - Self Canadian
Interactive CKCU
Colin Henein (host)
Good morning, a few concerts to make you aware of this week below.

11:54 AM, January 26th, 2014
Colin Henein (host)
Bobby Watt and Ecosse are doing their Robbie Burns concert at the Black Sheep on January 26 at 4pm. As of now, the Black Sheep website says it is now sold out.

11:59 AM, January 26th, 2014
Colin Henein (host)
On January 26, Atlantic Voices presents *The Song Lives On*. The choir pays tribute to some great Atlantic Canadian musicians who may be gone but whose influence lives on in the East Coast music scene and around the world. Celebrate the legacy of Stompin' Tom, Raylene & John Morris Rankin, John Allan Cameron, Stan Rogers, Gene MacLellan, Denny Doherty of The Mamas and The Papas, and join us for a very special tribute to Rita MacNeil. 3-5pm at Centretown United Church, 507 Bank St., Ottawa. $20 at the door, free for children 12 and under. Pre-show entertainment by Fumblin' Fingers band starts at 2:15pm, and a silent auction follows the show.

12:01 PM, January 26th, 2014
Colin Henein (host)
The great Newfoundland singer and fiddle, accordion and flute player, Daniel Payne will be performing at Patty Boland's Pub, 101 Clarence Street in the Byward Market, Thursday January 30th at 7:30 pm. Daniel is in town to work on Ian Tamblyn's upcoming Labrador coast recording project, and this is a rare opportunity to see and hear one of Newfoundland's best exponents of that Island's rich musical tradition. Advance tickets are $11 and can be purchased online at www.ianrobb.com/tix.

12:01 PM, January 26th, 2014
Colin Henein (host)
A community song session with Nils Fredland will be held on Sat. Feb 1 from 3:30-5:30 at the Churchill Rec Centre at 345 Richmond Rd. $8 Nils is a dance caller, singer, teacher and trombonist who has taught singing from Denmark to Texas.

12:06 PM, January 26th, 2014
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