Folkal Point playlist

This page will publish the weekly running order/playlist of songs featured on the dated Folkal Point programme, produced and presented by Colin MacDonald.

Folkal Point airs on Paisley FM 107.5 on Thursday evenings 10.00pm to 12 midnight. Paisley FM is also available on DAB+ digital radio across Glasgow city. DAB digital radios have an alphabetical list of radio stations – scroll and select “Paisley”.  Also online and on portable Internet Radio.

Folkal Point, in its 45th year, is produced and presented by Colin MacDonald. Website: www.folkalpoint.scot is sponsored by Robin Campbell.

FOLKAL POINT programme number 381 – transmission Thursday MAY 9, 2019    

* denotes American artistes 
Folkal Point, in its 45th year, is produced and presented by Colin MacDonald at HBS Glasgow.
www.folkalpoint.scot is sponsored by Robin Campbell – Music
 
GOTTA LIVE FAST – The Frost Duo* featuring (lead vocals) Leah Beth Evans
SONS OF SUMMER – Chris Ronald (Canada/Albion)
PILOT OF CHANGE – Tia McGraff (Canada)
SPACE IN YOUR HEART – Slim Loris (Konungariket Sverige)
DARK TURN OF MIND – Iona Fyfe (Scotia),appearing live with her trio on May 14 at Glasgow’s Star Folk Club which meets downstairs at
The Admiral on Waterloo Street, Glasgow city centre opposite Glasgow Central Station.
DARK HIGHWAY – John Kilzer*
THEY CALL IT LOVE – Janita Raukko*/Suomi
16 ANGELS DANCING ACROSS THE MOON – John Prine* and Chip Taylor*
WE ARE ONE – Nordic Daughter*
THOSE PICTURES MEAN A WHOLE LOT MORE THESE DAYS –
Hammertowne*, featuring (lead vocals) Dave Carroll
THESE HOUSES – The Whispering Tree* featuring (lead vocals)
Eleanor Kleiner and Elie Brangbour (France)
WELL WELL WELL – Darren Eedens (Cymru/Canada) and the Slim
Pickin’s (Cymru)
WISHIN’ HARD – Alecia Nugent*
LONELY DANCER – Nothin’ Fancy*
BOLERO #31 – instrumental – Jorge Strunz (República de Costa Rica/*) and Ardeshir Faraha
MARIA – Turbo Widget* featuring Ben and Kim Hanvy
FIGURE IT OUT – Anna Tivel*
HEAVEN’S ANSWER TO BLUE – Nils Lofgren*
OH SUSANNA – BlackieBlueBird (Kongeriget Danmark) featuring
Heidi Lindahl (lead vocals) and Nils Lassen
MADE OF LIGHT – Daria Kulesh (Albion/Россия)
GOT YOU ON MY MIND – Union Duke (Canada)
OKLAHOMA – Kalyn Fay*
IN YOUR EYES – DocFell & Co*
CRY CRY DARLIN’ – Amanda Cook*
IF I STAY HERE WITH YOU – James Lee Baker*
SAVE THE ONES YOU LOVE – Heathcote Hill*
SILHOUETTE – Will Hutton (Albion)
A POISON TREE – Astralingua* featuring Anne Rose Thompson and Joseph Andrew Thompson’s adaptation of William Blake’s words,
originally published with his own striking illustrations in the 1789 Songs of Innocence and Experience collection.
KC BLUES – instrumental – HowellDevine* (Joshua and Pete)

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FOLKAL POINT programme number 380 – MAY 2, 2019

* denotes American artistes
Folkal Point, in its 45th year, is produced and presented by Colin MacDonald at the studios of HBS Glasgow.
www.folkalpoint.scot is sponsored by Robin Campbell – Music

YANKEE BOY – Kendel Carson (Canada)
CHASING HEADLIGHTS – Union Duke (Canada)
TILL THESE TROUBLES PASS – Heathcote Hill*, featuring (lead vocals) Megan
Porcaro Herspring and Tom Nelson (guitars)
BIG FISH – Lachlan Bryan and The Wildes (Australia)
TAKE ME HOME – Sofia Talvik (Deutschland/ Konungariket Sverige)
DALEKO – Marek Dusil Blend (Česká republika)
THE WOUNDED HUSSAR – (Emily and Hazel) The Askew Sisters (Albion)
DEVIL’S NEED – Ranagri (Eire/Albion)
DRINKING THE SAME WATER – Katie Spencer (Albion)
HAS ANYBODY SEEN ME? – Sam Watkins And The Fate Band*
LET THE WIND BLOW – Amelia White*
THE LONGEST WAY – Danny Schmidt*, appearing live on May 6 at String Theory,
Heart of Hawick, on May 8 – with Scotland’s Elaine Lennon – at the Glad Cafe,
Shawlands Cross, Glasgow, for the Fallen Angels club, and The Wee Gig, Carlisle
Road, Abington on May 9. Ahead of that, Elaine’s appearing as part of In The
Round (May 7) at Stirling Tolbooth, with Nashville-based Grammy winning
Americana singer-songwriter Michael Logen and James Edwyn (Scotia) of James
and the Borrowed band
LET A SLEEPING DOG LIE, PARTS ONE AND TWO – instrumental – Ben
Morgan-Brown (Albion)
KEYBOARD COWBOY – Richard Lynch*
SOUTH TO NORTH CAROLINA – Kristy Cox (*/Australia)
HUMAN NATURE – Simon Scardanelli (Albion)
LOVED AND LOST – The Screaming Orphans (Eire)
A BRAND NEW SHADE OF BLUE – Junior Sisk*
GREAT OLD NORTHERN LINE – Odette Michell (Albion)
VAGABOND SHOES – Frank Migliorelli* And The Dirt Nappers
GOODBYE LOVE – Gráinne Holland (Ulstèr)
CHILD – Blue Rose Code, featuring Ross Wilson (Scotia)
DO YOU FEEL BETTER? – Fiona Boyes (*/Australia)
YOU’RE THE ONE – Dwight Yoakam*
ECHOES – instrumental – Nicola Beazley Band (Albion)

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FOLKAL POINT: Programme No. 379 broadcast date: 25 April 2019

IN’T NOTHING WRONG WITH THAT – Junior (Harry) Sisk*
HOMELAND – Celtic Woman (Eire)
CASTLES – Ad Vanderveen (Netherlands/) ALREADY HOME – Alecia Nugent
TO ALTHEA FROM PRISON – Fairport Convention (Albion//Australia) with the late Dave Swarbrick’s 1973 setting of a 17th-century poem penned by Colonel Richard Lovelace in 1642 during his sojourn as a political prisoner in the Tower of London THE KNIGHT’S GHOST – Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman (Albion), appearing live on April 27 at St Boswell’s Live and on April 28 at the Lemon Tree in Aberdeen ONLY HERE – Frank Migliorelli & The Dirt Nappers
TOUGHER THAN I SEEM – Jess Klein, appearing live on April 30 with guitarist Mike June (her husband)! at Leith Depot on Edinburgh’s Leith Walk, The Doublet, Park Road, Glasgow on May 1 – with Amelia White – and (May 2) Montrose folk
club meeting at the Links Hotel
LOVE IS – Blue Rose Code featuring Ross Wilson (Scotia)
EMPTY – Gráinne Holland (Ulstèr)
MAYBE MAYBELLINE – The Feralings*
ONE LAST LOOK – Amber Cross, making her live Scots debut on April 25 – with husband James Moore on guitar and mandolin – at the Blue Lamp, Aberdeen, and Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh on April 26 AMBER LIGHT – Copper Viper (Albion/Scotia) BONNIE PIT LADDIE/LADS OF ALNWICK – instrumental – Kathryn Tickell (Albion) OH NO MORE – Dave Rosewood (/Konungariket Sverige)
TRUE LOVE – Catherine MacLellan (Canada)
LIFE IS ELSEWHERE – Chris Cleverley (Albion), appearing live at Partick Folk Club, Glasgow on May 31 and Dunfermline Folk Club on June 5
SIT DOWN TOGETHER – Corrie Shelley (Albion) with Bob Kettle (Albion) of Merry Hell
END OF THE LINE – DocFell & Co*
LIKE TURNER STUDIED CLOUDS – The Alvarez Theory (Albion) featuring (lead vocal) Diana-Maria Diehl (España/Deutchland/Albion)
THE BLACK DRESS – Grant Peeples* and The Peeples’ Republic*
ANOTHER KIND OF LOVE – Ida Wenøe (Kongeriget Danmark)
NEWPORT ’65 – Danny Schmidt, appearing live on May 6 at String Theory, Heart of Hawick; on May 8 – with Scotland’s Elaine Lennon – at the Glad Cafe, Shawlands Cross, Glasgow for the Fallen Angels Club and The Wee Gig, Carlisle Road, Abington, Lanarkshire on May 9 SPLIT IN HALF – The Whispering Tree featuring Eleanor Kleiner* and Elie
Brangbour (France).

THE BANKS OF THE LIFFEY – The Brothers (Sam and James) Gillespie (Albion) appearing live on April 28 at Leith Depot, Leith Walk, Edinburgh
DEAR HOMETOWN – Tamara Stewart (Australia/) SOFT STEEL PISTON – instrumental – HowellDevine (Joshua and Pete!)


FOLKAL POINT: Programme No. 378 broadcast date: 18 APRIL 2019.

Folkal Point, in its 45th year, is produced and presented by Colin MacDonald. Website: www.folkalpoint.scot is sponsored by Robin Campbell.

Music BLOOD UNDER THE BRIDGE – BlackieBlueBird (Kongeriget Danmark) featuring Heidi Lindahl (lead vocals) and Nils Lassen GUITAR, SUITCASE AND A BIBLE – Nothin’ Fancy
I CHOSE YOU – Margie Singleton*
THERE IS A LIGHT – Dave Adkins*
GO WISELY – Eddi Reader (Scotia), appearing live in concert on April 18 at
Motherwell Theatre, Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock (April 19), Music Hall, Aberdeen
(April 20), Eden Court Theatre, Inverness on April 21, Gardyne Theatre, Dundee
(April 23), Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy (April 24), Beacon Arts Centre,
Greenock (April 25) and Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre on April 26
ALWAYS WRITE IN BLUE – Osborne Jones (Albion/) THE QUESTION – Anna Tivel
BUT THINKING MAKES IT SO – Chris Cleverley (Albion)
WAITING FOR DREAMS – Kendel Carson (Canada) and Chip Taylor*
DEAR JUDAS – Grant Peeples*
TALK ABOUT SUFFERING – Ricky Skaggs and Tony Rice*
ROLLING SHORES OF ENGLAND – Odette Michell (Albion)
BACK WHEN I WAS DRINKING – Police Dog Hogan*
JUKE JOINT ON MOSES LANE – Fiona Boyes (Australia)
RULE OF THREE – instrumental – The Drystones (Albion)
HOLDING TO THE RIGHT HAND – Lonesome River Band*
BELLS – The Whispering Tree* featuring (lead vocals) Eleanor Kleiner and Elie
Brangbour (France)
IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE – Ultan Conlon (Eire)
THE BUTE LULLABY – Skinner & T’Witch (Albion), appearing live on April 24 at Quarter Accoustic Music Club (meeting in the Boolin’ club! of the Lanarkshire village near Hamilton) and on April 24 at the Nova Scotia folk club in Bishopbbrigs, Glasgow, which meets at the Fort Theatre on Kenmure Avenue, Bishopbriggs.
THEY WERE FISHERMEN – Kenny and Amanda Smith*
JUST WANNA BELIEVE – Phillip Broussard*
HOPELESS ROMANTIC – Danni Nicholls (Albion)
SEVEN SPANISH ANGELS – Jarrod Dickenson*
MAKE US TO SHINE – Becky Bulller*
LIFE UNPLUGGED – Tim Cheesebrow*
STORMS OF SCARCITY – Amber Cross* making her live Scots debut on April 25 with husband James Moore on guitar and mandolin – at the Blue Lamp, Aberdeen and Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh on April 26
SO LONG YESTERDAY – Jeremy Nail*
SUNNY DAYS – Stacia Thiel*

WILLIE MacCRAE OF ULLAPOOL – instrumental – Mairearaid Green and Anna
Massie (Scotia), appearing live on April 18 at Kirkcaldy Acoustic Music Club,
meeting at the Polish club, Bennochy House, Forth Park Drive, Kirkcaldy, on April
20 at The Ceilidh Place, West Argyle Street, Ullapool, and Lyth Arts Centre, Lyth,
Wick, on April 21

FOLKAL POINT is broadcast on Paisley FM 107.5 Thursdays, 10pm – midnight to Paisley and Renfrewshire with DAB+ digital radio to Glasgow city and online.

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