14 April 2013

Theme: Celtic Date: 14/04/2013

Wimmera River October 2012 Looking to South bank near Horsham Weir © 2012 Rjn

The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show

© 2013 Rjn
Theme: Celtic
Date: 14/04/2013



The Spinners
The Family of Man
Judy Pinder
The Green Fields of Canada, Brod Óg Ní Mháille, Quiet Land Of Erin.
Maria Forde
Faces in the Photograph, Fly Away, Dark Island.
Ewan MacColl
The Rantin' Laddie, The Earl of Aboyne, The Cooper O'Fife, The Laird o'Drum.
Robin Huw Bowen
Fairy Glen / Copenhagen Waltz, Eldorai's Dance / Hornpipe / Navvy's Hornpipe / Harp Hornpipe, Men of Harlech.
Cathie O'Sullivan
The Moon Was Seven Days Down, Cameron Quatermain, Song of the Artesian Waters, The Teams.
Keith McKenry
On the Night Train
Alistair Hulett & Dave Swarbrick
The Ghosts of Red Clyde, An Bunan Buidhe (The Yellow Bittern), Ways of a Rover, Behind Barbed Wire.
Boys of the Lough
General Guinness, The Flower of Magherally, The Shores of Loughbran.
Mary O'Hara
Twa Corbies, Down by the Sally Gardens, Spanish Lady, She Moved Through the Fair, The Lark in the Clear Air.
Joannie Madden
The Mountain Women
1st. Battalion The Gordon Highlanders
The Scottish Division, Drummers Call / Kilworth Hill, Holyrood, The Sheiling Muir of Ord.
Judy Pinder
The Parting Glass.


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New Programme

And don't forget from the 22nd of April we are piloting a new programme –

Gypsy Jack's Late Luscious Listen
aka Gypsy Jack's Bits & Pieces (sounds disgusting).

It will be a programme that will feature a lot of Louis Armstrong's type of folk music – yup “Jazz”. There will also be some poetry, some comments on Facebook postings, some other smooth music for late night lovers and even some sleepy time music (when & if I refind it!).
So all up it sounds like it will be a disaster... but you never know your luck on a Monday night.
Miss it and moan.
Tune in at 8 pm. or
 chew your own ears off!
Listen, live & love.