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Matt Molloy, Paul Brady & Tommy Peoples

Matt Molloy, Paul Brady & Tommy Peoples

Irish
Mulligan Records

Released: 2008
Catalogue Number: LUNCD3017
Barcode: 766397301723
Running Time: 36 mins.

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


Another 'Classic' recording from the Mulligan record label they certainly produced some fine albums with the top players of the time. Originally released on vinyl in 1978.

1)Reels: Matt Peoples
2) Jigs: Creel of Turf - Tom Billy's
3) Reels: Crosses of Annagh - McFadden's Handsome Daughter
4) Jigs: Newport Lass - Rambling Pitchfork5) Song: Shamrock Shore
6) Jigs: Munster Buttermilk - The Connachtman's Rambles
7) Reels: Speed the Plough - Toss the Feathers
8) Reels: Limeick Lasses - The Foxhunters9) Reels: Mick Finn's - The Blackthorn
10) Reels: Fergal O'Gara - The Cloon
11) Hornpipe & Jig: Mulqueeney's - Out in the Ocean
12) Reels: The Rainy Day - The Grand Canal
13) Jigs: Scotsman Over the Border - The Killavil
14) Reels: Silver Spire - Drag Her Round the Road
15) Reel: The Graf Spee
Another 'Classic' recording from the Mulligan record label they certainly produced some fine albums with the top players of the time. Originally released on vinyl in 1978.

Lineup

Matt Molloy - Flute
Paul Brady - Guitar & Vocal
Tommy Peoples - Fiddle

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