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Gather the Good

We Banjo 3

IRISH
We Banjo 3

Released: 1st June 2014
Catalogue Number: WB3CD002
Barcode: 0799439610262
Running Time: 47mins.

CD£12.60 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.

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


Edging to super-stardom and this is only their secord album and now there are 4 of them with the addition of David Howley on vocals/guitar/mandolin & (wait for it)...Banjo.
Well worth a listen.
BANJOS RULE!!

1)Shove the Pig's Foot a Little Further in the Fire / Fine Times At Our House
2) Tell Me Why (Gather the Good)
3) The Bunch of Green Rushes / Salt Creek
4) Prettiest Little Girl in the County
5) Puncheon Floor / Late for the Dance / Sean Reid's
6) Get Onboard
7) The Rocky Road to Dublin / The American Polka
8) The Long Black Veil
9) Pressed for Time
10) It's Hard to Be 3
11) Down the River Uncle Joe
12) Old Time Son / Johnny O'Leary's
Edging to super-stardom and this is only their secord album and now there are 4 of them with the addition of David Howley on vocals/guitar/mandolin & (wait for it)...Banjo.
Well worth a listen.
BANJOS RULE!!

Lineup

David Howley - Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin & Banjo
Enda Scahill - Banjo, Mandolin & Vocals
Fergal Scahill - Fiddle, Guitar, Percussion, Banjo, Viola & Vocals
Martin Howley - Banjo, Mandolin & Vocals
with
James Blennerhassett - Bass

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