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Irish Music in London Pubs

Irish Music in London Pubs (Folkways FS 3575)

Irish Music in London Pubs
Margaret Barry, Michael Gorman, Séamus Ennis, Joe Heaney & Friends

Folkways Records FG 3575 (LP, USA, 1965);
Smithsonian Folkways FW03575 (CD/download, USA, 2004)

Produced by Peter K. Siegel and Ralph Rinzler;
Recorded by Ralph Rinzler and Barry Murphy at The King’s Arms and The Bedford Arms in London;
Edited by Peter K. Siegel;
Notes by Ralph Rinzler;
Cover Artwork by A.D. Moore

Liner notes (PDF) at Smithsonian Global Sound

Musicians

Margaret Barry: vocals [1ac, 6, 15], 5-string banjo [1-2, 5-7, 9-11, 13-14];
Michael Gorman: fiddle [1-2, 5-7, 9-11, 13-15];
Séamus Ennis: uillean pipes [1b, 4];
Tommy McGuire: melodeon [1b, 5, 7, 9-10, 13-14];
Paddy Breen: flagolet [2, 11];
Pat Howley: flute [2, 7, 14];
Joe Heaney: vocals [3, 8, 12]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. [MB, MG, SE, TMcG] If You Ever Go Over to Ireland (Roud 5277) / Rakish Paddy / Town of Oranmore (4:36)
  2. [MB, MG, PB, PH] Tralee Jane / Maggie in the Wood polkas (4:39)
  3. [JH] The Rocks of Bawn (Roud 3024; Henry H139) (3:23)
  4. [SE] Casadh An t-Sugain (The Twisting of the Hay-Rope) (2:43)
  5. [MB, MG, TMcG] Mountain Road, The / Heather Breeze, The (medley) (2:22)
  6. [MB, MG] She Moves Through the Fair (Roud 861; Henry H141) (4:06)
  7. [MB, MG, PH, TMcG] Smash the Windows / Off She Goes / Flannagan's Ball / Frost is All Over, The (medley) jigs (4:00)
  1. [JH] Morrissey and the Russian Sailor (Roud 2150; Laws H18) (3:54)
  2. [MB, MG, TMcG] The Maid I Ne'er Forgot reel (2:19)
  3. [MB, MG, TMcG] The Boys of Blue Hill hornpipe (1:52)
  4. [MB, MG, PB] The Jolly Tinker reel (2:53)
  5. [JH] Spailpin Fanac (2:48)
  6. [MB, MG, TMcG] The Swallow's Tail / The Sligo Maid reels (3:00)
  7. [MB, MG, PH, TMcG] The Bunch of Keys reel (2:26)
  8. [MB, MG] The Blarney Stone (Roud 4800) (2:07)
  9. [pub musicians] Reel (2:09)