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Folk; old-timey; blues; psych, avant and acid folk old and new; ambient and electronic; lots of guitar; detours elsewhere.

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Options July 19, 2014

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Jeanie Robertson  Willie's Fatal Visit   Options Classic Ballads of Britain and Ireland, Volume Two  Smithsonian Folkways    0:00:00 ()
Bob and Ron Copper  The Babes in the Woods   Options English Shepherd and Farming Songs  Folk-Legacy    0:03:13 ()
Almeda Riddle  Bury Me Beneath the Willow   Options Southern Journey Volume 7: Ozark Frontier  Smithsonian Folkways    0:05:16 ()
John Timpany and Audrey Smith  The Ship in Distress   Options Come All You Tender-Hearted Christians  Westwood    0:08:40 ()
George Deacon & Marion Ross  Holsworthy Peter's Fair   Options Sweet William's Ghost  XTRA    0:10:27 ()
Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts  Hunting of the Hare   Options Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts  Pure    0:15:00 ()
Richard and Linda Thompson  Down Where the Drunkards Roll   Options I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight  Island    0:17:48 ()
Richard Thompson  Nobody's Wedding   Options Henry the Human Fly  Island    0:21:50 ()
Steeleye Span  Copshawholme Fair   Options Hark! The Village Wait  Chrysalis    0:25:02 ()
Mandy Morton and Spriguns  According to Matthew   Options Magic Lady  Akarma    0:27:37 ()
Tudor Lodge  The Lady's Changing Home   Options Tudor Lodge  Zap    0:31:06 ()
Gay & Terry Woods  Song For the Gypsies   Options The Time Is Right  Polydor    0:35:40 ()
Mishaped Pearls  La la la   Options Thamesis  Mishaped Pearls    0:38:54 ()
Nic Jones  Canadee-I-O   Options Penguin Eggs  Shanachie    0:40:14 ()
Hedgehog Pie  Mariners   Options Hedgehog Pie  Rubber    0:46:05 ()
Dando Shaft  Cat Song   Options Anthology  RPM    0:49:35 ()
The Incredible String Band  How Happy I Am   Options The Incredible String Band  Elektra    0:52:05 ()
 
Shirley Collins  Barbara Allen   Options Sweet England  Topic    1:00:52 ()
Shirley & Dolly Collins  Gathering Rushes in the Month of May   Options Anthems In Eden  BGO    1:03:54 ()
Shirley Collins  Chiners' Song   Options Adieu to Old England  Topic    1:07:24 ()
Shirley and Dolly Collins  Lancashire Lass   Options For As Many As Will  Topic    1:09:24 ()
Shirley & Dolly Collins  Glenlogie   Options Love, Death & The Lady  Harvest    1:12:20 ()
The Albion Dance Band  Horse's Brawl   Options The Prospect Before Us  Harvest    1:16:04 ()
Shirley Collins and The Albion Country Band  Van Dieman's Land   Options No Roses  Pegasus    1:19:45 ()
Shirley Collins & Davy Graham  Nottamun Town   Options Folk Routes, New Routes  Topic    1:24:38 ()
Shirley Collins  The Cherry Tree Carol   Options Sweet England  Topic    1:28:13 ()
Shirley Collins  Medley: C'est La Fin/Pour Mon Cuer   Options Amaranth  Harvest    1:31:54 ()
Shirley Collins and The Albion Country Band  Just As the Tide Was Flowing   Options No Roses  Pegasus    1:34:07 ()
          1:36:20 ()
 
Shirley Collins live on WFMU recorded July 10, 2014
Shirley Collins  (interview)   Options (live on WFMU)    Again, a link to the Kickstarter page for the documentary "The Ballad of Shirley Collins": http://kck.st/1nW3Kye The filmmakers are Tim Plester and Rob Curry  1:42:29 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 6:29am Guido from Cologne:

Good Morning Jeffrey!
When will be Shiley Collins interview?
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 6:33am kat330:

Hello, Jeffrey, and hallo, Guido!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 6:33am Guido from Cologne:

Hello Kat!
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 6:34am kat330:

This program's right up my corridor -- :) -- so I pointedly arranged it on my schedule.
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 6:34am Jeffrey Davison:

Shirley Collins interview will start around 7:45. Link to contribute to the documentary film, "The Ballad of Shirley Collins": kck.st... Donations can be made until 7/22
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 6:36am testingwithfire:

Shirley Collins Saturday at last! Loving all the British folk revival stuff so far. Did not know about the documentary.. thanks for mentioning it, Jeffrey.
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 6:39am Wynford Eagle:

makes me proud to be english - checking in from the wilds of west dorset - great show jeffrey
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 6:40am kat330:

I should amend, up *one* of various different corridors in my wheelhouse.
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 6:47am testingwithfire:

I just visited the Kickstarter page... that doc sounds like it will be wonderful if it gets made. Shirley's return to public life (to whatever extent that is) is such an unexpected pleasure... never thought I'd see it.
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 7:02am kat330:

Whoa, a lot of throwing down of the DJ gauntlet in that mic break! ;)
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 7:13am kat330:

Charming accompaniment on "Lancashire Lass."
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 7:20am dale:

love the sound of her voice, gothic, far away and sad. like karen dalton without all the cigarettes. jacqui mcshee could get there sometimes.

i have this prospect before us record and never bonded with it. need to relisten.
  Sat. 7/19/14 7:25am Marmalade Kitty:

Loving the show Jeffrey..I once heard a folk music hour dedicated to a wonderful female artist from the late 60's early 70's folk revival, unfortunately the name has since been erased from my memory!? I have no idea, i don't listen to enough folk music to short cut a search either :(
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 7:28am kat330:

Enjoying the blues touch on the guitar here. Davy Graham, I presume.
  Sat. 7/19/14 7:30am Jack:

@dale - great comment.
  Sat. 7/19/14 7:39am Marmalade Kitty:

folk never really goes away does it?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 7:40am adrian in mpls:

because the folk still persist
  Sat. 7/19/14 7:48am Marmalade Kitty:

There is a place in the netherlands called Diemen
Tasmania named after the Dutch sailor Abel Tasman was once known as Van Diemans land, the British penal colony
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 7:52am glenn:

darn. how much of the interview have i missed?
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 7:53am kat330:

10 mins. or so.
  Sat. 7/19/14 7:54am Jack:

Jeffery, thank you so much for this, and (as always) the music. You're a good interviewer! This show is definitely a keeper.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 7:55am dale:

mr deejay - could you track down carole ann pegg? another great who just sort of dropped out.
  Sat. 7/19/14 7:55am Jack:

sorry - "Jeffrey"
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 7/19/14 8:04am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...most grateful for Archiving: this is extraordinary - congrats DJ JD...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 7/19/14 8:08am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...a friend/acquaintance from Belfast w/ an interesting history told me about 'Van Dieman's Land'. Also a U2 song by that name...
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 8:12am Jeffrey Davison:

Thanks to the wonderful and brilliant Scott Williams for technical support on this session.
  Sat. 7/19/14 8:16am Jack:

@dale again. Thanks! Never heard of Carole Ann Pegg, now I'm fascinated.

http://sounds.bl.uk/World-and-traditional-music/Interviews-with-ethnomusicologists/025M-C1397X0010XX-0001V0
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 8:18am Jeffrey Davison:

Many of the recordings that Lomax and Collins recorded during their trip together are available on CDs from Smithsonian Folkways. An absolutely essential collection of American music from a time that has long vanished.
  Sat. 7/19/14 8:18am tranewreck:

Great and revealing interview.
Surprised by Collins' comments about Dick Gaughan's accent
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 8:23am dale:

cool jack - i'll have to give a listen
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 8:26am Jeffrey Davison:

Reference the photographs of the great Walker Evans for depictions of poverty in the southern USA, albeit from an earlier time, the 1930s.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 8:26am dale:

mr. fox has had fair play on fmu. i have their record 'he came from the mountains', which is just billed as bob and carole pegg
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 8:26am TDK60:

Interesting to hear this. I lived in Appalachia for a long time. It's got its dark side. Some folks suspicious. It has been exploited from outside. But then there's a friendliness too.
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 8:27am Jeffrey Davison:

Shirley Collins does comment on the generosity of many of the people they met on their journey.
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 8:28am kat330:

I was part of a youth group who went to Hazard, KY, to paint a 2-room schoolhouse and have activities with the children -- an eye-opener to the poverty of the area. That was late 60s, but still plenty of poverty in the U.S.
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 8:30am Jeffrey Davison:

Even in New York City, a very rich city, something like 20% of the population lives below the poverty line, and many others live just above that line and are still essentially poor.
  Sat. 7/19/14 8:30am Marmalade Kitty:

capitalism = poverty
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 7/19/14 8:30am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- hell - here in NorthNewEngland now it's not impossible to go down the wrong road & pull in the wrong drive & be 'greeted' by 'an NRA supporter' feeling territorial...
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 8:30am glenn:

except for the capitalists.
  Sat. 7/19/14 8:33am Marmalade Kitty:

Poverty affects everyone. no place to hide
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 8:35am dale:

logging out but the radiola will continue. GREAT interview, and shirley sounds like a genuinely lovely person.
  Sat. 7/19/14 8:39am Marmalade Kitty:

Bee poverty
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 8:39am Jeffrey Davison:

Wikipedia link to the book that Shirley mentions: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 8:40am TDK60:

Yes, in Appalachia, along with poverty, in the 1960s-'70s, was a great revival of Appalachian music and culture, much of it derived from England, Scotland, Ireland.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 7/19/14 8:42am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It's forgotten how much Capitalism came into question when the Depression hit & before WWII. ow - even some (not too many) 'Conservative' Wall Street types have begun to ask what Wealth really is. Is it a system based on always higher & more (like the Dow) - or is it clean water & air, topsoil & apple trees ? Robert Kennedy said it all...
  Sat. 7/19/14 8:44am tranewreck:

Seduction of the Innocent was an insidious diatribe on the danger of comics that drew on some bogus studies and gave weight to the Comic Code and censorship
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 8:45am TDK60:

Just wondering, is there a record shop in the NYC/Nj area that specializes or at least carries some of this great UK folk on LP/CD?
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 8:45am glenn:

cape breton is beeyootiful.
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 8:46am Jeffrey Davison:

There is no record store that specializes in this music, but Still Records from Northampton Mass has lots of US and UK/Irish folk. The WFMU record fair is also a good place to find these albums.
  Sat. 7/19/14 8:48am Marmalade Kitty:

cartoons have as much potential as any media source to influence it's subjects
  Sat. 7/19/14 8:49am Marmalade Kitty:

I have not read the book. Thanks for the link
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 8:50am Ken From Hyde Park:

This certainly is a wide-ranging interview. Very captivating. Thanks for bringing her into our lives.
Avatar Sat. 7/19/14 8:53am kat330:

@Jeffrey: Thanks to you and Scott for the interview and today's show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 8:54am Jason:

Really enjoyable interview, thanks Jeffrey.
  Sat. 7/19/14 8:57am Marmalade Kitty:

Thank you Jeffrey & Shirley!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 8:57am Guido from Cologne:

Wonderful interview!
Thank you so much Jeffrey!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/19/14 8:59am adrian in mpls:

this has been really great - it's made the morning truly wonderful - thanks Jeffrey!
     Tue. 7/22/14 9:46pm 12539:

Fantastic interview, Mr Davison.
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