sleeveen’s five comments

  • A great album from Newfoundland that was produced by John Doyle. more…

  • A fantastic album which explores the relationship between Irish and Newfoundland music. Each group plays a number of selections from their own island although the Newfoundlanders do play a set of Irish reels, the Irish play a set of Newfoundland reels, an... more…

  • One of the finest albums of traditional newfoundland music. Daniel plays accordion, fiddle, whistle, flute, and guitar on the tunes and sings a few unaccompanied songs in the old style. The tunes are surprisingly unhampered by the multiple instrument over... more…

  • This band represents some of the finest in Newfoundland traditional song and instrumental music. The line up on the recording was more…

  • One of the best recordings of traditional music on the island. However, I own both the Graham Wells and Dardanelles albums and on reading through the liner notes, I found that there are actually more Irish tunes on the Graham Wells album. more…