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Music From The Glen

Music From The Glen
Sunday April 22nd, 2018 with Colin Henein
Covers of Bob Dylan and Ewan McColl

Good morning all, no particular theme this morning, although a large part of the show was given over to traditional covers of, first, Bob Dylan songs, and second, Ewan McColl songs. Hope you enjoy a listen!
Avant l'orage / The pleasant beggar / Le physicien
Genticorum - Avant l'orage - Self Canadian New
The Fenian march / The rising
Frank Cassidy / James Stephens - Thomas D'Arcy McGee - Self Canadian
Cape Clear
Paul McGlinchey - The boys of the town - Self
Eimhin's / Cahir's kitchen
Paddy Keenan / Tommy O'Sullivan - The long grazing acre - Compass
The Café Milou jigs
Mick McAuley / Winifred Horan - Serenade - Compass
To make you feel my love
Mick McAuley / Winifred Horan - Serenade - Compass
Death is not the end
Peter Bellamy - Mr. Bellamy, Mr. Kipling and the tradition - Fellside
Boots of spanish leather
Martin Simpson - A nod to Bob [VA] - Red House
I'll keep it with mine
Fairport Convention - Meet on the ledge - Interscope
The times they are a-changin'
Finest Kind - Silks & spices - Fallen angle
The first time ever I saw your face
Offa Rex - The queen of hearts - Nonesuch
The lag's song
Ian Robb - From different angels - Fallen angle
Shoals of herring
Breabach - The desparate battle of the birds - Self
Moving on song
Kris Drever - Mareel EP - Reveal
Jack Dolan
John Doyle - Wayward son - Compass
Two nights at Chieveley / Henry Blogg
Leveret - Inventions - RootBeat
One May morning early
Bellowhead - Burlesque - Navigator
Interactive CKCU
Colin Henein (host)
Community Dancing in Manotick: Circles, Squares & Contras! A family friendly evening of dancing, live music, light refreshments and laughter! Pippa Hall calls the dances to the music of the Ever Hopeful String Band (Bob Davidson and Arlene Probert on fiddles, Bruce Barton on tenor banjo and mandolin, and John Henderson on guitar). The evening begins with simple dances, followed by dances that build on skills as the evening progresses. Friday, April 27, 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Manotick United Church, 5567 Main Street, Manotick $10.00 / $5 ages 12 to 18 / under 12 free Information: 613-692-4576

12:52 PM, April 22nd, 2018