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FolkCast 047 - December 2009
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FolkCast Theme Music: Fisherman's Priest by Ken Nicol
Your host is Phil Widdows

2:30 to 5:50
White Lie
by
Katriona Gilmore and Jamie Roberts
5:50 to 8:53
Pad The Road Wi Me
by
Malinky
8:53 to 13:32

Witch And The Sailor/Lemon Zest
by
Wheeler Street

13:32 to 16:54
Ashes
by
Jacanda

17:19 to 20:04

Ye Mariners All/Bellas Reel Jig
by
The QP

20:04 to 23:30
Hyperboreans
by
Jackie Oates
23:30 to 27:02
The Keys Of Canterbury
by
Show Of Hands
27:02 to 30:52
Creeping Jane
by
Steeleye Span
31:41 to 41:02
Kirwani Drut
by
Snehasish Mozumder
41:38 to 54:00

The Story Behind The Song
Mummers' Plays

1. When righteous Joseph wedded was
Unto a virtuous maid;
A glorious angel from Heaven came
Unto that vir-tuous maid.

2. O mortal man, remember well
When Christ our Lord was born;
He was crucified betwixt two thieves,
And crown-ed with the thorn

3. O mortal man, remeber well
When Christ died on the rood,
'Twas for our sins and wicked ways
Christ shed his precious blood.

4. O mortal man, remember well
When Christ was wrapped in clay,
He was taken to a sepulchre
Where no man ever lay.

5. God bless the mistress of this house
With gold all round her breast;
Where e'er her body sleeps or wake,
Lord, send her soul to rest.

6. God bless the master of this house
With happiness beside;
Where e'er his body rides or walks
Lord Jesus be his guide.

7. God bless your house, your children too,
Your cattle and your store;
The Lord increase you day by day,
And send you more and more.

Mummers

The Story is told by Babba
The Song (Righteous Joseph) is performed by Rachel & John Bowyer


54:00 to 58:36
Wild Poppies
by
Kate Doubleday
58:36 to 1:02:23
Painfully Slow
by
Philip Butler
1:02:50 to 1:07:00
Sails And Boards
by
The Sea Kings
1:07:00 to 1:11:26

Ginger Billy
by
Little Johnny England

1:13:46 to end
Carry You Home
by
The Lancashire Hotpots

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