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It's Not Racket Science

At the Racket

Irish
Racket Records

Released: 1st October 2008
Catalogue Number: RR008
Barcode: 689232012960

CD£13.60 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched in 1-2 weeks.
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1Rambles Through Ireland.2:35. £0.79
2Dem Golden Slippers.3:31. £0.79
3Stack o' Barley.3:02. £0.79
4Maloney Puts His Name Above the Door.2:59. £0.79
5Lady Anne.2:52. £0.79
6Liam Farrell's.3:48. £0.79
7Marcus Hernon's Waltzes.4:52. £0.79
8Won't You Come, Come Back to Connemara.2:27. £0.79
9What Brouoght You In There Medley.3:36. £0.79
10Kitty Gone a Clinking - Josie McDermott's4:35. £0.79
11A Drink In the Morning.3:45. £0.79
12Julia Delaney - Paddy Fahy's3:33. £0.00
13Maggie's Afternoon Nap.2:57. £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.
A third CD from 'the Racket' and they sustain their feel good sound with banjos and sax combining to bring back memories of the bands of by-gone years.
They do sound like they are having fun, and in doing that they pass that on the you, the listener.
Join in!

Lineup

John Carty - Fiddle & Banjo
Brian McGrath - Piano,Organ,Guitar & Banjo
Seamus O'Donnell - Flute, Saxophones & Vocals
Michael McCague - Guitars & Bouzouki

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