Josie1957’s thirty-seven comments

  • Tinsel

    A slow kind of reel on the new "On the Offbeat" album by Liz Carroll. Nice and gloomy feel especially during the A-part. Works also well on the uilleann pipes! more…

  • D'accord, I thought the same, it must be a close "cousin"... probably a local version, or from a local collection. The liner notes read: "Peter came across these slip jigs on a recording of Joe Kilmurray made by Master Green. The name of the first slip j... more…

  • Furnill’s Frolics

    Track 1b from the recent recording "Forgotten Gems" by piper Padraig McGovern and Peter Carberry on button accordeon. more…

  • Joe Kilmurray’s

    Track 1a from the recent recording "Forgotten Gems" by piper Padraig McGovern and Peter Carberry on button accordeon. Traditional music in the very best sense - tight, virtuoso and yet relaxed playing. On first listening Pipes and accordeon seem to end se... more…

  • Barnsley Abacus

    A "Pseudo"-Bulgarian 7/8 tune from the feather of Stefan Hannigan, recorded by Sin É on their first recording and by Colman Connolly, Franziska Urton & Tobias Kurig on "BLUE". This transcription here is leaning more on the BLUE take. Sin É has some more... more…

  • The Rock Reel

    The first tune in track #1 on Liz Carroll's mighty "Lake Effect" recording. Her little embellishments here and there mightn't be all correct - t'would need a fiddle player to comment on those tiny bits. A powerful tune to start up a CD! more…

  • Tommy Doyle’s

    To be found on "Double Play" recorded by Liz Carroll & John Doyle as the 2nd tune in a set of two interesting, quite complex double jigs. I transcribed the 2nd section of that recording, it is preceded by a version of the very same tune played one note l... more…

  • Air Moving

    The tune can be found on the Kathryn Tickell Band recording "Air Dancing". This is what I heard (transcribed in "G" whereas the tune appears in "F" on the CD) more…

  • Baltic Rocks

    Recorded on "The Long Hard Road" by Flute player Tom McElvogue & Bouzouki player Paddy Kerr. Details on the recording on www.tommcelvogue.com more…

  • Paddy Cronin’s (this one)

    Here is what Jack Talty & Cormac Begley play on "Na Fir Bolg": more…