27 May 2012

Date: 27/05/2012 Theme: World

The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show

© 2012 Rjn

Theme: World

Date: 27/05/2012



The Spinners
The Family of Man
The Kingston Trio

Santy Anno, Remember the Alamo, Wimoweh, 
They Call the Wind Maria

Cajun Set:

Joe Falcon
Harry Choates
Austin Pitre & the Evangeline Boys

Allons À Lafayette
Devil in the Bayou

Flumes d’Enfer
Leonard Cohen

Seems so long ago Nancy, The Traitor,
The Letters.
Italian Accordian
Speak Softly Love, Volare, Ciao Bambina.
Jaques Brel
Sur la Place, La Bastille, Le Fou de Roi.
Dama, Suite with Dobrogen, Joc de Doi.
Utah Phillips &
Ani di Franco
Bridges, Pie in the Sky, Bread & Roses,
the Silence is Me, The Long Memory.
Capoeira Senzala de Santos
Deus de Capoeira Para Gente,
Soursob Bob

Centrelink, A Reddie in Me Cossie, 
New American Century.
Ballad for Americans.
Phoenix Choir Fiji
Isa Lei Ko Viti, Isa na Yakavi, Isa Lei.
Paco Peña
Rondena, Zarango, Tristeze Gitana.
Steeleye Span

Western Wynde, All things are Quite Silent,
Wee Weever.
Alan Bell
So Here’s to You.
Rjn Homage to :

Morris Rosenfeldt – Work
Patrick R. Chalmers – Swings & Roundabouts
William Howitt – The Wind in a Frolic
Harry B. Smith – My Angeline

Thought in today’s programme:-

How can only 50 years see the such a change as is expressed by the song “Ballad for Americans” and “New American Century” and, can it be said that the change has improved American life let alone the rest of human life on the planet?Rjn