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What Trad song do you want to hear on the next Barddas CD? The top 3 picks WILL BE on the up coming Barddas CD!
Back home in Derry [ 5 ]  [20.83%]
Sweet Afton [ 1 ]  [4.17%]
Follow me up to Carlow [ 1 ]  [4.17%]
Padstow ( Mayday song) [ 1 ]  [4.17%]
I'm a rover [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
The Mermaid song [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
The Fox [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
Caledonia [ 7 ]  [29.17%]
Whistling Gypsy Rover [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
other ( please list other in post in this thread) [ 9 ]  [37.50%]
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  Posted on 23-Jul-2004, 07:19 AM
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There are the nine songs we have been thinking about recording. We want you to decide what three will end up on the next Cd! This poll will run for 1 month.
If you choose the 'other' catagory plaease list what song you are picking in a post.

I will tally the others at months end and post results of the poll!

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Posted on 23-Jul-2004, 08:07 AM
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Several good ones, but since I can only choose one, 'Back Home in Derry' gets my vote wink.gif


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Posted on 23-Jul-2004, 05:00 PM
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Couldn't choose just one - Sweet Afton, The May Day Song and Other........ I love 'Will you go, lassie, go'!

If you can track it down, find the sound track to the Rick Stein cookery course (BBC TV) - it is a great recording of the Padstow May Day Song.... I love his cooking and Padstow and will be eating in his restaurant in September!!!!
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Posted on 23-Jul-2004, 05:35 PM
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O'siyo,
Okay now before anyone 'slaps' me for not being correct, I will just say that I am new to CelticRadio and I am not familiar with the traditional songs~~ I love the majority of them I have been hearing and just thought I would suggest one that is just splendid~ biggrin.gif
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I love the sound & words and just have no doubt that for a more contemporary band such as yours, you could add your own 'flavor' and really 'tear' this song up cool.gif
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Posted on 23-Jul-2004, 08:52 PM
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One I've always loved but rarely heard is Loch Maree. Don't know if you know it, but this is how it starts. The melody is beautiful.

"Come with me to a land o' heather, come with me to a land o' green.
Take my hand while we sit together, watch the sunset o're Loch Maree."


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Posted on 23-Jul-2004, 10:08 PM
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I've made my vote and this is a great idea Barddas. Looking forward to your new CD!


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Posted on 23-Jul-2004, 11:17 PM
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sorry I am that dumb...
I never heard any of them.....


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Posted on 24-Jul-2004, 01:40 PM
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I'm not too familiar with the songs that were listed that's why I voted for "other". What I would love to hear on the cd would be either The Parting Glass, or Will Ye Go Lassies Go? I don't know if you consider those songs "traditional" I just really like them.

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Barddas! I voted for "other" as I love your song Morrigan and wish so much for that to be on the new CD. Sorry, I am not familar with the traditional songs........yet. Anxious for your new CD to come out! thumbs_up.gif


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Posted on 05-Aug-2004, 09:53 AM
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The Mickey Dam
Great trad song that isn't done nearly enough and has great potential for arrangement. I know a musician by the name of Duncan Cameron has it on his CD "The Whistling Thief"

I have an .mp3 if anyone wants a sample....


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Posted on 18-Aug-2004, 08:23 AM
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Only a fews days left to make pick what will be on the CD.
Currently there is a tie for 3rd. So.....if you haven't voted, go ahead. It won't hurt! wink.gif

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Posted on 18-Aug-2004, 12:18 PM
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I love 'the winter it is past' by Robert Burns done as a mournful balad.


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  Posted on 18-Aug-2004, 05:41 PM
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Barddas, I am not familiar with your work in the past, but here are a couple of suggestions:

1. Ho Ro Mo Neighean Donn Boideach (I propably spelled it wrong, but if you are familiar with gaelic music you'll know it).

2. There Were Roses (the Tommy Sands classic)

3. Peggy Gordon

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Posted on 20-Aug-2004, 09:17 AM
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Jason, I'd like to hear a few good ol' Stan tunes. (surprise)

How about, The Athens Queen, or Maid on the Shore? The Bluenose is mind boggling, but it only makes sense to those who have seen her, or another old Schooner roll the waves over.


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