Graham Currie’s one hundred and thirty-six comments

  • Re: Carlos Sweeney McCartin

    Track 3-2 'Bill The Weaver'. Linked to the polka usually associated with this name. Just changed link to jig usually known as "Cheer Up Old Hag" (think that's what it is ?) more…

  • Re: Carlos Sweeney McCartin

    Just have to agree with all the above. Absolutely no 'duff' tracks. All are reasonably well kwon session tunes, and played fairly straight, but all the better for that. Still manages to sound fresh and very listenable. Perfect music for those who enjoy wi... more…

  • Re: Yvonne Casey’s

    If I remember correctly, ( back in Nov 2018) I think she said it was written for her by Tommy People’s ? (Maybe its credited on the CD ?) more…

  • Re: Zelda. Possible chords alternative.

    I don't usually worry about chords in posted tunes, I just play what sounds right to me. more…

  • Re: Jackson’s

    Thanks to gian marco for producing the version (X:1) as I hear it. more…

  • Re: James Last In Ireland

    Kenny; It was well worth time listing this, and possibly even time listening to it. At least a few bits of it. more…

  • Re: Never Say Goodbye, Say Good Luck

    Track 6, first tune; 'Top it Off'. NIce tune, new to me, and now adding to my tune collection. more…

  • Re: Liag

    Track 7 : Nia's is not the Jig with that name, but changed link to Nia's Barndance, written by Dermot. more…

  • Re: Irish Grace Notes

    Met Ailbe on my first ever trip to Ireland, nearly 15 years ago. Also my first ever venture into a proper Irish trad music pub, McGanns in Doolin. Ailbe had just called in for the evening (think he’s Dublin based). Together with Kevin Griffin’s banjo ... more…

  • Re: Round The House And Mind The Dresser: Irish Country House Dance Music

    Just changed a few tunes misnamed on original recording, (and on Spotify, where I've just been listening). more…