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Music From The Glen
Sunday April 26th, 2015 with Colin Henein
May, Anzac and More

A number of themes to share this morning, including the 100th anniversary of Anzac Day, a look forward to May Day later this week, songs inspired by Keith Murphy's recent concert, a preview of the upcoming Matthew Byrne and general songs and tunes.
Eppie Morie
Colette Cheverie - Hours before dawn - Self Canadian
Cassie & Maggie - Sterling Road - Self Canadian New
Yellow coat
Mary Jane Lamond / Wendy MacIsaac - Seinn - Self Canadian
Pam Campbell's 20th
Troy MacGillivray - Tune poets - Self Canadian
Chrissy Crowley - The departure - Self Canadian
Fiddlehead soup - Unfurling - Self Canadian New
Tunes with Dad
Maxim Cormier - Maxim Cormier - Self Canadian
Waltzing Matilda
Jenny M. Thomas - Farewell to old England forever - Black Market
Jackie and Murphy
Martin Simpson - Vagrant stanzas - Topic
The band played Waltzing Matilda
The Pogues - Rum, sodomy and the lash - WEA
Farmhands and masters
Kerr Fagan Harbron - Station house - Topic
Recruiting Sargeant
Great Big Sea - Play - WEA Canadian
The soldier's return / The divine reel
Keith Murphy - On the banks of Coldbrook - Self Canadian
Great big sea
Keith Murphy - Suffer no loss - Self Canadian
What fortunes guide a sailor
Matthew Byrne - Hearts and heroes - Self Canadian
Fair Ellen
Matthew Byrne - Hearts and heroes - Self Canadian
The first of May
John Kirkpatrick - God speed the plough - Fledg'ling
Interactive CKCU
Hi Colin, great piece of history

12:17 PM, April 26th, 2015
Colin Henein (host)
Thanks Vincent, a great story for sure.

12:39 PM, April 26th, 2015
Colin Henein (host)
Concert: Matthew Byrne. April 30. 7:30 pm. 41 Rosemount Ave.

12:41 PM, April 26th, 2015
Matthew Byrne has a lovely voice - reminds me a bit of James Keelaghan's

12:52 PM, April 26th, 2015