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John Carty and Brian Rooney

Irish
Racket Records

Released: 1st March 2011
Catalogue Number: RR010
Barcode: 5099386350309
Running Time: 50mins.

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1Morris Scanlon's:The Wandering Minstrel:Up Leitrim2:59. £0.79
2The Bunch Of Green Rushes:The Stone In The Field:Corry Hill3:33. £0.79
3O'Dwyers:Kilannon's:Kivavil Fancy4:52. £0.79
4The Worn Torn Petticoat:Spike Island Lassies2:29. £0.79
5Old John's:A Thousand Farewells2:41. £0.79
6Colliers:Rakish Paddy:Pinch Of Snuff4:08. £0.79
7Bonny Annie:The Clare Dragons2:23. £0.79
8My Own Western Home2:33. £0.79
9Highest Hill In Sligo:Palmers Gate2:35. £0.79
10Fig For A Kiss:Dooney Rock2:29. £0.79
11Granuaile:Green Groves Of Erin:The Mountain Top5:17. £0.79
12Old Arboe:The Battering Ram:The Drimacoo Reel4:23. £0.79
13Humours Of Ballinlass:O'Callaghans2:57. £0.79
14Ensemble Set6:39. £0.79

High Quality AudioThe tracks on this album are available as both standard 192k mp3 files, high quality 320k mp3 files and CD quality FLAC files. The price is the same for all formats. You can choose your format after you pay and are ready to download.
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Lineup

John Carty & Brian Rooney - Fiddles
with
James Carty - Fiddle (Tks.11&14)
Mickey Rooney - Fiddle (Tk.14)
Arty McGlynn - Guitar
Brian McGrath - Piano, Guitar & Organ
Alec Finn - Bouzouki & Guitars

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