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World on 3 - Celtic Connections 2010 - Episode 1


Mary Ann Kennedy live from the Late Night Sessions at the world's biggest winter music festival, Celtic Connections in Glasgow. The Sessions run from very late until very early, with line-ups that are traditionally never divulged before the day. For seventeen years, Celtic Connections has brought musicians not only from across Scotland but from across the world in a festival that celebrates connections between cultures. The Celtic world is at the heart of the Festival, with performances from leading Scottish folk musicians, plus artists from Ireland, France and Spain, as well as from across the Atlantic. And again, the Festival makes connections further afield with musicians from Africa and the Arab world. This is the first of two live broadcasts from the Late Night Sessions. World on 3 Presented by Mary Ann Kennedy Produced by Roger Short Tel 020 7765 4661 Fax 020 7765 5052 e-mail [email protected] Friday 22nd January Celtic Connections Speed Caravan Mehdi Haddab (oud) Rocky Singh (drums) Hermione Frank (electronics/beats) Pascal Teillet (bass) Mohamed Bouamar (percussion/vocals) Udi Hrant kenkulian: Parov Yegar Siroon Var Speed Caravan Live performance broadcast from the Glasgow Royal Concert Halls, January 2010 -Segue- Trad, Arr. Mehdi Haddab: Idemo Dalje Speed Caravan Live performance broadcast from the Glasgow Royal Concert Halls, January 2010 Mehdi Haddab: Qat Market Speed Caravan Live performance broadcast from the Glasgow Royal Concert Halls, January 2010 Charles “Chick” Ganimian: Daddy Lolo Speed Caravan Live performance broadcast from the Glasgow Royal Concert Halls, January 2010 K. McGarrigle: Talk to me of Mendocino Kate McGarrigle; Ann McGarrigle Album: The Original Transatlantic Sessions vol. 1 Whirlie Records WhirlieCD15 Nunez: The Moonlight Piper Carlos Nunez Album: Brotherhood of Saints BMG 74321 453752 Redzepova: Duripe Esma Redzepova Album: Gipsy Carpet Network 495116 Findlay Napier & the Bar Room Mountaineers Findlay Napier (guitar/vocals) Gillian Frame (fiddle/vocals) Scott McKay (drums) Douglas Millar (keyboard) Turner/Napier: One for the ditch Findlay Napier & the Bar Room Mountaineers Live performance broadcast from the Glasgow Royal Concert Halls, January 2010 Napier: George Findlay Napier & the Bar Room Mountaineers Live performance broadcast from the Glasgow Royal Concert Halls, January 2010 Trad, Arr. Valkyrien Allstars: Eg vil ha deg Valkyrien Allstars Album: Valkyrien Allstars Heilo HCD7220 McFerrin: Don’t worry, be happy Bobby McFerrin Album: Simple Pleasures EMI 480592 Toure: 5 6 Ali Farka Toure; Toumani Diabate Album: Ali and Toumani World Circuit WLWCD086 Liz Carroll & John Doyle Liz Carroll (fiddle) John Doyle (guitar) Wood: Hollow Point Chris Wood Album: Handmade life Ruf Records RUFCD012 Etta Baker: Peace behind the Bridge Carolina Chocolate Drops Album: Genuine Negro Jig Nonesuch 400105 Andrade: Storia Storia Mayra Andrade Album: Storia Storia RCA Victor 886952 6792 Treacherous Orchestra John Somerville –accordion Ali Hutton –pipes Innes Watson –fiddle Eamonn Coyne –banjo/mandolin Spad Reid – guitar Adam Sutherland – fiddle Bo Jingham –flute Michael Bryan – guitar Fraser Stone – Drums Ross Ainslie – pipes Kevin O’Neill – flute Duncan Lyall – bass Martin O’Neill – bodhran/percussion Set 1: Adam Sutherland: March of the Troutsmen Trad: Sheepskin Beeswax Ross Ainslie: Taybank Shenanigans Kevin O'Neill: Superfly Treacherous Orchestra Live performance broadcast from the Glasgow Royal Concert Halls, January 2010 Set 2: John Somerville: Ben Williams of Tiree Adam Sutherland: Portch of Avernish Innes Watson: Phit Dae a Dae Brendan Ring: Maverick Angels Treacherous Orchestra Live performance broadcast from the Glasgow Royal Concert Halls, January 2010