WickedSaint’s thirty-two comments

  • Bill Harte

    Bill was appearantly a member of the police force of Dublin and played together with Sonny Brogan, Sarah Hobbs and James Cawley in the Lough Gill Quartet, who released a string of four 78's back in the 1930's and 1940's. In case anyone was wondering. more…

  • Absolutely fantastic album. Lovely songs and Cathal's playing is sublime. more…

  • One of the albums that got me into piping in the first place. Great stuff, especially the last set! more…

  • Quite possibly the best ITM recording of all time, if you ask me. Simply brilliant in every way, and you've got to love the sound of the dancers as well. more…

  • Conal O’Grada

    Has this in his recently released flute tutor under the name The Castlebar Races. Glad I found this tune, it's quite lovely, although the second part isn't the most exciting one I've heard. more…

  • Standfield’s Polkas

    The first one in Leslie Bingham's set is the Ballydesmond Polka #3, if anyone wants to know. more…

  • That's truly a a beautiful piece! more…

  • Planxty?

    I'm not sure why it says that this tunes is on the Planxty Live 2004 album, because it most certainly is not. more…

  • I play this one as I learned it from The Tulla Ceili Band's album "A Celebration of 50 Years" where they play it with a different order of the parts, the order being the parts that here are called C, A and B. more…

  • A great recording

    From 2011, released by MÓC Music. Very nice interplay between the guys, and quite interesting with the double bass in there as well more…