19 August 2012

Date: 19/08/2012 English

The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show

©2012 Rjn

Theme: English

Date: 19/08/2012



The Spinners
The Family of Man
The Wurzels

Combine Harvester, The Blackbird, Chitterling.
Martin Carthy

Scarborough Fair, Lord Franklin, Prince Heathen, Siege of Delhi.
Historic Recording:
Kathleen Ferrier

Blow the wind Southerly, Drink to me only (Ben Jonson), Willow Willow, The Keel Row.
Bernard Wrigley

Along the Rossendale, Hobo’s Blues, Have a Drink on Me, St James Infirmary, House of the Rising Sun.
Steeleye Span

The Gower Wassail, Captain Coulston, General Taylor.
Ewan MacColl

To the Begging I will Go, Fourpence a Day, The Collier Laddie, Farewell to Sicily.
Benny Hill

Pepy’s Diary, Gypsy Rock, Andalucian Gypsies, Egg Marketing Board Tango.
Martyn Wyndham Reid

The Female Rambling Sailor, The Golden Vanity, The Foggy Dew, the Bonny Bunch of Roses O.
Elizabeth Bell
The Ruined Maid by Thomas Hardy
Michael Thwaites

A message to my Grandson by Michael Thwaites.
Jilly Cooper
Poem for an Adopted Child by Anon
Magna Carta

Evergreen, Two Old Friends, Not Giving Up, Only Road Home

 Maggie Chambers
Peter Donelly
Mary Anne Stewart 

Michael Gallagher
Historic Recording:

The Banks of the Silvery Tide.
John McCann.

The Dowie Dens of Yarrow.

Hiring Time.

Alan Bell
So Here’s to You.


The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show is now also on 
Facebook as Thegypsyjack Boggleshow


Whether you are a listener, a performer or just a

 well-wisher please come and befriend us. 

The show already has some wonderful friends. 

Why don’t you also become one. 

I particularly hope that some of the overseas readers
 of the blog will come forward and say hello. 
I notice that we have in the last week had viewers from
 Argentina, Germany, USA, Russia and England.
Our opening theme song from the Spinners was not idly
 chosen....we are all part of the family of man no matter
 where we live, our nationality or the hue of our skin....

Hello and Welcome.

Next Sunday -

World Theme with :

Joan Baez, Judy Collins, Ecopella, Utah Phillips,
Songs from the Percy Grainger Collection, and lots more.

Tune in or chew your own ears off.