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Irish In America 1910-1942

Various Artists - Folk

Irish American
Fremeaux

Released: 6th June 2008
Catalogue Number: FA5061
Barcode: 3561302506128

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Collection of Irish immigrants' music published by American companies...traditional dances; comical songs; sentimental ballads and, later, a hybrid 'Irican' form influenced by popular music .

1. “IRISH BILL” ANDREWS: Ask my father when he came from Ireland.
2. MICHAEL J. CASHIN: Ginger’s favorite/The bogs of Allen.
3. MICHAEL CARNEY: The jolly tinker.
4. MICHAEL COLEMAN: Lord Mc Donald/Ballinasloe fair/Tarbolton/Longford collector/Sailor’s bonnet.
5. MICHAEL COLEMAN: Tell her I am/Trip to Sligo.
6. PETER “P.J.” CONLON: The college grove/The floggin’ .
7. PACKIE DOLAN: The grove.
8. DINNY “JIMMY” DOYLE: Let Mr Maguire sit down.
9. TOM ENNIS: The Wexford reel.
10. FLANAGAN BROTHERS: Moving bogs.
11. FLANAGAN BROTHERS: On the road to the fair.
12. MICHAEL GAFFNEY: The night cap/The mysteries of Knock.
13. HUGH GILLESPIE: Finnea lassies/Curran’s castle.
14. JOHN GRIFFIN: The real old mountain dew.
15. ELEANOR KANE: The morning dew/The traveller/Shark favourite.
16. PADDY KILLORAN: The grease in the bog.
17. JOHN Mc CORMACK: Ballymore.
18. JOHN Mc GETTIGAN: The maid of the Moorlough shore •

Disc.2
1. JOHN Mc KENNA: Colonel Frazier.
2. JOHN Mc KENNA & JAMES MORRISON: The tailor’s thimble/Red haired boy.
3. MAURICE Mc SWEENEY: Bank of Ireland.
4. EDDIE MEEHAN & JOHN Mc KENNA: Bridie Morley’s .
5. JAMES MORRISON: Farewell to Ireland.
6. TOM MORRISON: Dunmore lassies/Manchester reel/Castelbar traveller.
7. WILLIAM MULLALY: The green groves of Erin/The ivy leaf.
8. EDWARD MULLANEY & PATRICK STACK: The Chicago reel/Rambling pitchfork.
9. DELIA MURPHY: The Irish girl’s lament.
10. FRANK MURPHY: The rakes of Clonmel.
11. NEIL NOLAN: Miller’s reel/Duffy the dancer.
12. FRANK QUINN & JOE MAGUIRE: Sailing home/Donovan’s reel .
13. ED REEVY: Tom Clarke’s fancy/The boys at the Lough.
14. PAT ROCHE: Boys of Bluehill.
15. DAN SULLIVAN: Nano’s favorite.
16. PADDY SWEENEY & PADDY KILLORAN: Ah surely/The steeplechase .
17. JOSEPH TANSEY: St Patrick’s night/ The crushen .
18. PATRICK J. TOUHEY: Drowsy Maggie/Scotch Mary/The floggin’.
Collection of Irish immigrants' music published by American companies...traditional dances; comical songs; sentimental ballads and, later, a hybrid 'Irican' form influenced by popular music .

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