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Midleton Rare - John Cronin & Daithi Kearney

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Midleton Rare - John Cronin & Daithi Kearney

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Cronin, John & Daithi Kearney
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\r\nA subtle, session-like, Irish traditional music album of accordion and banjo that borrows heavily from the Sliabh Luachra traditions and presents it honestly and with energy with respect for past masters.\r\n\r\n
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For the past few years, accordion player John Cronin and banjo player Daith� Kearney have enjoyed playing a regular session in Wallis� Bar in Midleton, Co. Cork. \r\n\r\n
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This recording is a snap shot of the session in Midleton but draws heavily on the music of Sliabh Luachra and particular accordion players Johnny O'Leary, Denis Doody, Jackie Daly and John Brosnan. It also features music sourced to John's father DD, a fiddle player from Glenamuckla in the parish of Newmarket, Co. Cork.\r\n
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\r\nTracks:\r\n
\r\n 1. Scart Slide; Is It the Priest You Want?; Barrack Hill \r\n
\r\n 2. Jim Keeffe's; Ballyvourney Polka; Johnny Mickey's \r\n
\r\n 3. Tom Billy's; Cordal Jig; Humours of Lisheen \r\n
\r\n 4. Walsh's; Her Golden Hair Curled Down Her Back \r\n
\r\n 5. Brosnan's; Pipers Despair; Trip to Cullenstown \r\n
\r\n 6. D D Cronin's; the Quarry Cross; the Rathawaun \r\n
\r\n 7. The Cascade; D D Cronin's Favourite; John Walsh's \r\n
\r\n 8. The House in the Glen; Cooley's \r\n
\r\n 9. Far Away in Australia; the Bluemont Waltz \r\n
\r\n 10. Toormore Polkas; Captain Bing's \r\n
\r\n11. Cronin's Hornpipe; the Plains of Boyle \r\n
\r\n 12. The Rambling Pitchfork; the Legacy \r\n
\r\n 13. The Galtee Rangers; Gleannt�n Reel; Callaghan's \r\n
\r\n 14. Dan Connell's Favourite; Tom Billy's; John Walsh's \r\n


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