Northcregg’s forty-eight comments

  • Dingle Regatta

    The Slide Dingle Regatta was made famous by O' Riada & The Cheftians It was a mix up from two other tunes the first part is a very well liked slide played a lot around North Cork. more…

  • Re: B/C or C#/D Button Accordion

    BC Is the way almost everyone is going today, I am playing a BC Salterelle myself (I used to have a Blackdot) and I am very happy with it. I have it two years now and no bother, it has'nt been treated that gentle either. I got it off John Brosnan in Kilcu... more…

  • Re: Entry Level

    We have at least two and often three sessions a week, we have a standard which one has to reach that is to play the Tourmore Polkas without stopping after consuming one gallon of Murphys Stout attain this and you are in for life. The speed does not really... more…

  • The Cook in the Kitchen

    There is a good version of this in John Brosnans album "The Cook in the kitchen" more…

  • Re: Anyone from Ireland out there

    Im not from Ireland, Im from the Republic of Cork will that do? more…

  • Re: The Regional (Musical) Differences of County Clare (and other places)

    You might not get a reply to this for about a week cos Clare beat Tipp on Sunday, no one in Clare will be sober enough to talk not to mind type. more…

  • Re: Irish Pronunciation

    TA MO KLAYNAS A YAANAV. more…

  • Tournmore Polka

    This is often played before "The Maids Of Ardagh" especially by the legendary Johnny O Leary I think they go very well together. more…

  • The Murroe Polka

    The Kerry polka is often incorrectly called Peg Ryans, this one is the real Peg Ryans, but is also called The Murroe Polka. more…

  • Re: Sessions

    Us Irish sessioneers dont post our sessions, not because we dont like foreigners at our sessions, we love to see new people at sessions , the real reason is we spend too much time playing music instead of playing with the internet. more…