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Music From The Glen

Music From The Glen
Sunday June 17th, 2012 with Colin Henein
Father's Day

Good morning everyone, welcome to this week's show. Starting off with 30 minutes or so of tunes and songs in honour of Father's Day (beginning with 3 songs by Ewan MacColl dealing with different aspects of fatherhood) then turning to some favorites and closing off with some high-energy tracks.
The father's song
Dick Gaughan - A different kind of love song - Appleseed
My old man
Friends of Fiddler's Green - Road to Mandalay - Fallen Angle Canadian
Come me little son
Luke Kelly - Thank you for the days - (Youtube)
Au logis de mon père
June Tabor - Apples - Topic
Reverend Mr. Black
Kingston Trio - Both sides of the Kingston Trio - Silverwolf
Tribute to Papa
Chrissy Crowley - Chrissy Crowley - Offshore Gael
Farmer's boy
Ian Robb - From different angels - Fallen Angle Canadian
End of Father's Day segment
L'Avocatier
Genticorum - Malins Plaisirs - Roues et Archets Canadian
An Caileach
Salsa Celtica - El camino - Self
Young Alvin
Tim van Eyken - Stiffs Lovers Holymen Thieves - Topic
Tom Padgett
Spiers and Boden - The works - Navigator
Unquiet grave
Lau - Live - Compass
Bristol Harbour
Jim Moray - In Modern History - NIAG
Superfly
Treacherous Orchestra - Origins - Navigator
Colossus
Afro Celt Sound System - Vol 3: Further in time - Realworld
Journey to the centre of the celts
Mark Saul - Mixolydian - Self
Harmonizin Prelude
Delhi 2 Dublin - Planet Electric - Self Canadian
Harmonizin
Delhi 2 Dublin - Planet Electric - Self Canadian
Interactive CKCU
Jen
Hey- listening to your show and looking forward to it- looks like a great playlist

11:36 AM, June 17th, 2012
Ian
Good to hear you on the air and really looking forward to the Delhi 2 Dublin tracks! Cheers

11:37 AM, June 17th, 2012
Colin Henein (host)
Good morning Jen and Ian, glad you're enjoying the show.

11:54 AM, June 17th, 2012
Niall
A nice blend of various other influences mixed with celtic, I see. Salsa, the afrocelt crew, delhi2dublin.. the style is already an amalgam, it can go with anything :)

12:09 PM, June 17th, 2012
Kringen
I saw the Kingston Trio in person in Montreal in the sixties. They were one of my favourite bands and very entertaining in person. I've always liked The Reverend Mr. Black - haven't thought of it for years. Great choice!

12:21 PM, June 17th, 2012
Colin Henein (host)
Couldn't agree more, it's a history of re-interpretation over hundreds of years. Amazing that it's still changing now, with great results!

12:23 PM, June 17th, 2012
Paul
Loving the show! Great Fathers Day segment.

12:31 PM, June 17th, 2012
Niall
Whoa, shooglenifty and peatbog faeries together? glee! Might have to go get that one...

12:37 PM, June 17th, 2012
Colin Henein (host)
Paul: Yes new dad, you're included in that one. Niall: I know, too good to be true. I am going to try to get a hold of the full album. Kringen: Amazing chorus on that track, it's actually re-recorded from the original album for a best of. Great track.

12:41 PM, June 17th, 2012
Colin Henein (host)
Great morning everyone, thanks for your comments. Had tunes cranked in studio the whole time, hope you did too.

1:04 PM, June 17th, 2012
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