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Heir of the Dog - James Keane


Heir of the Dog - James Keane

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Keane, James
\r\nHeir of the Dog - James Keane
\r\n\r\nJames Keane - button accordion with
Eamon O'Leary - acoustic guitar, bouzouki\r\n
\r\nKathleen Boyle - piano\r\n
\r\n Tom English - bodhran\r\n
\r\n2012 NFR 1552 New Folk Records\r\n

Dublin native James Keane is one of the earliest innovators on the button accordion in Irish music. Taking up the box at age six, he learned his craft living and playing among the early heroes of the music in Dublin, as well as in counties Longford and Clare. Along with some of his contemporaries, he played a major part in the folk music revival of the 1960s, co-founding - while still in his early teens - one of Ireland's most heralded ensembles, The Castle C�il� Band, who were, as Fintan Vallely has written, �the melting pot from which the Chieftains would emerge.�\r\n\r\n
\r\n1.Jimmy Giblin's / Throw it Across / The Humours of Toomagh\r\n
\r\n2.The Ladies Pantalettes / The Shepherd's Daughter / Kilty Town\r\n
\r\n3.Slieve Russell / Old Tipperary / The Hungry Rocks\r\n
\r\n4.The Humours of Tullycrine / The New Phone\r\n
\r\n5.Spindle Shanks / John Brennan's / The Humours of Loughrea\r\n
\r\n6.The Woods of Old Limerick / Scully Casey's / The Sturgeon\r\n
\r\n7.O�Carolan's Dream\r\n
\r\n8.The Joys of Summer / Ferny Hill / The Old Wexford\r\n
\r\n9.Julia Delaney's / Pretty Molly / Bill McEvoy's #1\r\n
\r\n10.Tommy Mulhair's / Josie's Visit / The Legacy\r\n
\r\n11.The Grand Spey / The Galtee / Lucky in Love\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n

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