Try saying *that* three timeth fatht...
Mike Dugger writes:
> Kilfenora is no longer in print (that old one I was talking about)
> a new one
> will be along for folks to learn from to add to there list. The name is
> For Sets and is available at Rego
Which "old one" is that? A friend gave me a tape of "The Kilfenora Ceili Band"
-- the only name, but subtitled "The best of Traditional Irish Music from
Ireland's Number One Ceili Band" -- marked GTDHHC 141. Notes by Phil Conole
McMahon, January 1995. Guests include Gearoid O hAllmhurain and others. First
track is called "Clonmel 94" in reference to their All-Ireland win in 1994. So
I don't know if yours is an older, different one -- I assume so, or do I have
some kind of hard-to-find gem on my hands here? From the way you were talking,
I got the impression there was only one recording by Kilfenora, but this tape
seems pretty new.
Maybe you could also give more details on which "Music for Sets" you mean,
because the only one I know of is the six-tape "Music for the Sets" published
by the pipers' club, NPU. I'm sure that's not the one you're referring to. By
the way, I heard rumors that the NPU "Music for the Sets" might be out on CD
soon -- anyone know?
As for "The Smoky Chimney," I've seen multiple copies of that at the local
Borders and Tower stores -- I saw one at Borders just yesterday, in fact, so
those should be readily available. Support the list's starving artists!