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Transatlantic Sessions 5 - Vol.3

Various Artists - Folk

Celtic International
Whirlie Records

Released: 13th August 2012
Catalogue Number: WHIRLIECD27
Barcode: 5023850000131
Running Time: 60 mins.

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You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


The on-going sessions continue to grow in stature through good music and constant surprises

1) Alison Krauss – I Believe In You
2) Jerry Douglas – Route Irish
3) Eddi Reader – Dragonflies
4) Phil Cunningham – The Hut Set
5) Donal Lunny – Cunla
6) Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh – Leaving Limerick
7) Kathleen MacInnes – Gur Milis Morag
8) John McCusker – The Breton Set
9) Amos Lee – Windows Are Rolled Dow
10) Sarah Jarosz – Ring Them Bells
11) Iain Morrison – Broken Off Car Door
12) Aly Bain – T’aimse Im’ Chodhladh
13) Nollaig Casey – A Stor Mo Chroi
14) Dirk Powell – Some Sweet Day
15) Sam Bush – Little Girl of Mine in Tennessee
The on-going sessions continue to grow in stature through good music and constant surprises

Lineup

See Track Listing.
House Band:
Aly Bain: Fiddle & Viola
Jerry Douglas: Dobro, Lap Steel & Guitars
Russ Barenberg: Guitar, Mandolin
John Doyle: Guitars
Nollaig Casey: Fiddle & Vocals
John McCusker: Fiddle
Michael McGoldrick: Pipes, Flute & Whistles
Donald Shaw: Accordion, Piano & Keyboards Danny Thompson: Bass
James Mackintosh: Percussion.

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