Thats the one Paul. Thanks, take note everyone who is interested I am going to
list all three of these CD's on the gaelic Roots slow hand session section. I
already have the old one learnd and The Smoky Chimney nearly. The new one I
mentioned is coming and I will be working on that all winter for next years
All the best
Deirdre Sullivan & Paul de Grae wrote:
> Lorna wrote:
> >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 Music 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.
> I have an old LP called simply "Kilfenora Ceili Band", Transatlantic
> TRS 108, 1974; produced by Mick Moloney, and recorded in Ennis
> in January 1974. Some great tunes, and two songs from P.J. Murrihy
> which are not so great. Tommy Peoples is among the fiddle players.
> I don't know if this is the same as the one Mike was talking about
> (Legacy Records CD308). First track: "Kilfenora Reels". Second
> track: single jigs - "John Joe's" and "Bridgie McGrath's".
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