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The Friday Night Sessions - Traditional Music From Glasgow

Various Artists

The Friday Night Sessions

Released: 1st January 2011
Catalogue Number: FNS001
Barcode: 880992141079

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1The Legacy Jig/Barney's Jig/Cavers of Kircudbright4:00. £0.79
2Glenfeshie/Peata Beag Mo Mhathar/The Ballyket Courthouse2:46. £0.79
3Thomond Birdge/Trip to Durrow/The Contradiction4:10. £0.79
4Jig of the Clan Beag/Michael McGoldrick's/The Tartar Frigate4:53. £0.79
5Paddy Fahy's/Don't Touch That Green Linnet/Michael Dwyer's5:27. £0.79
6Waltzing Down the Aisle3:41. £0.79
7Helvic Head/Redican's Mother/Handsome Young Maidens4:57. £0.79
8School of Roch - The Czar of Munster/The Road to Errogie4:21. £0.79
9Michael Mazurka/An Almost Lovely Itch/The White Butterfly5:24. £0.79
10Shoe on the Roof/The Anarkali Reel/S&M's Reel4:09. £0.79
11The Deer's March/Maguire's2:55. £0.79
12The Swallow's Tail/M And M3:40. £0.79
13Fionn's Fiddle/The Cuil Aodha/Biddy the Bold3:09. £0.79
14Paddy Kelly's/Paddy Fahy's/Phyllis' Birthday4:58. £0.79
15Four Mile Stone/Farewell to Erin/Fist Month of Spring4:36. £0.79
16here's Something About Kerry/No Fixed Abode/Paddy's Polka3:23. £0.79

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