DavidMcLennanBowman’s ten comments

  • West Clare Reel

    someone help me out - this is a very common tune, i hear it all the time and i can't for the life of me remember what its more-common name is - i know it isn't "the west clare" and the link here goes to a different tune altogether more…

  • Joe Ryan’s Jigs

    anybody recognize these? i play the middle one but don't know if i've ever had a name for it more…

  • Milliner’s Daughter

    isn't that the second tune on track 2? more…

  • Mick Mulcahy agus Cairde

    Mick Mulcahy plays this on his "And Friends" album, great tune more…

  • Dwyers - Jack Rowe

    The one on here listed as Dwyer's (I wonder how many dozens of tunes go by that name?) is also called Jack Rowe - a great favourite of mine recently more…

  • The Cooraclare

    More commonly known as the Humours of Scarriff more…

  • Patsy campbell’s

    micho russell plays a variation of this under the name patsy cambell's more…

  • Haul Her Accross the Road

    in the liner notes, he mentions that this was taken straight from the Grier collection and that "no other reference to this tune have been found to date." listening to this tune, i find it bears a striking similarity to the jig Pat McGillarney as recorded... more…

  • Sean Hernon - An Nora Bheag

    A lovely recording, comprising mostly of Hernon's Eb whistle backed by Eugene Kelly on piano. There are also two duets featuring Hernon on banjo and Johnny Connolly on melodeon, as well as two solos by the great sean nos singer Peadar O Ceannabhain. A few... more…

  • Slide?

    On their album, Edel Fox and Ronan O'Flaherty pair this with the well-known slide Patsy Geary's and list both as "slides." However they clearly do not play them as slides, but as double jigs. I've tried to play this as a slide should be played but it just... more…