The Gathering 03-05-2011

On the Wild Rover this week Aidan McMahon will be featuring a vinyl recording made back in 1977 but not released until 1981. This very rare album is called The Gathering and it was put together by Diane Hamilton (1924 – 1991) who was something of a patron of Irish music in the 1970’s. The album features Paul Brady, Andy Irvine, Donal Lunny, Tommy Potts and Peter Browne. For those of you who are Planxty fans, this is a show not to be missed.
Diane Hamilton was also responsible for bringing together Liam Clancy and Tommy Makem on her first visit to Ireland  in 1955 where she recorded one of the first collections of Irish folk singers in Ireland on an album called ‘The Lark in the Morning – Songs and Dances from the Irish Countryside’.
The show also includes music from Osna, Liam Clancy and Bakerswell.

Wild Rover-Radio-Zero

Enjoy! Podcasts are here: http://archive.radiozero.pt/wildrover.xml

Listen to The Wild Rover on Radio Zero on Tuesday at 19:00, repeated Saturday at 24:00
The Wild Rover, 3ªs às 19h00, repetição Sábados às 24h00

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The Wild Rover is an Irish music program presented by Aidan McMahon, originally from Ireland and now living in Portugal. The show plays all genres of Irish music but focuses in particular on Irish traditional music which is thriving in present-day Ireland. The show goes out once a week on Radio Zero on Tuesday evening at 19:00. If you are already a fan of Irish music or would like to get to know a little more about past and present generations of traditional musicians, tune in for some great music. To Listen to the show follow the link to Radio Zero On Air - Tuesday's @ 19h00 – repeated Saturday’s @ 24h00 Email: thewildrover.radiozero@gmail.com
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