12 February 2012

Theme: Celtic Date: 12/02/2012

The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show

© 2012 Rjn

Theme: Celtic
Date: 12/02/2012
The Spinners
The Family of Man
Ewan MacColl
Highland Muster Roll, Sheath & Knife, Hughie the Graeme
Jean Redpath
Homage to Robert Burns: The Dusty Miller, It was for our rightful king, Sae flaxen were her ringlets
Declan Affley
Limerick Rake, Paletines Daughter, Carrickfergus
Joe Gordon 4
Govan Billiard Hall, Yithenside, Donald Blue, Ludgin’ wi’ big Aggie
The Corries
The Bluebells of Scotland, Peggy Gordon, The Rose of Allendale
The Dubliners
Fiddler’s Green, Finnegan’s Wake, Molly Maguire
Alison McMorland
Skippin’ Barfit through the Heather, The Great Silkie of Sule Skerry, The Blackbird
Pipes & Drums of the 48th Highlanders of Canada
By Lock Etives Side, the Banks of Aora, Leaving Lismore, Dugald MacColl’s Farewell to France, Inverary Castle, Bessie MacIntyre, Morag of Dunvegan, Clydeside, Lord Dunsmore, the Stool of Repentence, The Tenpenny Bit
William McAlpine
Homage to Robert Burns: My love is like a Red, Red Rose, The De’ils awa’ wi’ the Exciseman, Ae fond kiss & then we sever, Duncan Grey
Judy Pinder
Johnny Seoighe, Willie’s Lady, Quiet Land of Erin
Ballarat City Choir conducted by their organist W.H. Keith Young & Accompanied by Alex McCormick on the drum
Roamin’ in the Gloamin’, Just a wee Deoch-an-Doris, the Campbells are coming, O’whistle & I’ll come to you my lad, Ho-ro my Nut Brown Maiden, the Skye Boat song
Rjn pays homage to:
Daniel Defoe: from a True Born Englishman, The Peerage of the Nation.
Jonathon Swift: A Satirical Elegy
Francis McNamara: A Convicts Tour to Hell
Ewan MacColl
Homage to Robert Burns:There’s a cauld Kail In Aberdeen, I Maun ha’e a Wife (Buy Broom Besoms)
Judy Pinder
A Parting Glass