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Just For Now

Tina McLoughlin

Irish
Phaeton Records

Released: 2002
Catalogue Number: SPINCD1006
Barcode: 749773500620
Running Time: 48 mins.

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


Strong German and the odd Scots link to this one, probably due to the popularity of Celtic music in the area.
Tasteful, melodic and very nicely played and put together.

1) Jig: Water Under the Keel
2) Slip Jig: Hardiman the Fiddler
3) Air: Clyde Sunset
4) Song: The High Road
5) Air: Fead an Iolair
6) Slip Jigs: Banish Misfortune - The Stroller
7) Reels: Paddy Taylor's - The Maple Leaf - Christmas Eve - The Doon Reel - The Foxhunter's Reel
8) Reels: Clumsy Lover - Unknown - Congress Reel
9) Air: Highland Snow
10) Jigs: An d'Tiocfaidh Tu Abhaile Liom? - Lark In the Morning - Atholl Highlander
11) Air: Hewlett
Strong German and the odd Scots link to this one, probably due to the popularity of Celtic music in the area.
Tasteful, melodic and very nicely played and put together.

Lineup

Tina McLoughlin - Whistles & Accordion
Ian Vance Melrose - Guitars, Dobro & Synth Programming
John Sheahan - Fiddle
Leo Rickard - Pipes
Paul Byrne - Vocals
Brendan & Siobhan Harding - Bodhran
Jens Kommnick - Cello
Peter Jack - Bass
Ingolf Kurkowski - Drums & Percussion
Lochlainn Cullen - Bouzouki
Willie Schwartz - Accordion

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