clormac’s ten comments

  • Step It Out Joe

    Sorry Kenny, that`s right, but Angelina labeled her version (5 months ago) as Hornpipe, and this is one. more…

  • Step It Out Joe

    Transcribed from Angelina Carberry`s light and charming version on "Pluckin` Mad". I added some simple chords to it. more…

  • Aodhán Moynihan`s

    The beginning of this tune played by Angelina Carberry reminds a little bit on "The Cup of Tea". It is played simultanously by two(!) banjos in "Pluckin` Mad , and it is a fine tune for practising. Nevertheless it`s not as easy as it seems. more…

  • On the Offbeat

    For me one of the best albums of the year. Liz seems to be like an old wine: the older, the better! She`s great! more…

  • The Duck

    "The Duck" listed "On The Offbeat" is a composition by Liz Carroll and completely different from the tune setting above. Nevertheless this setting is also nice and interesting, specially the changing chords behind identical sequences. more…

  • Liam Childs

    So far I know, Liz Carroll wrote this wonderful tune for the "childsplay" project of fiddle-maker Bob Childs. more…

  • Bushmill`s Fancy

    Here`s my version near to the playing of Peter Carberry more…

  • The Chandelier is not a Ghost!

    "The Ghost" is definitely not another name for "The Chandelier". more…

  • Unknown Reel Track 8

    Liz Carroll recorded "The Chandelier" with John Doyle on "Double Play" (2009), 1st tune on 1st track. more…

  • Album Cronin And Burke by Johnny Cronin And Joe Burke

    The 1st tune of track 6 named "On Top Of Cork Road" (which is another name for Father O`Flynn) is definetly a jig called "The Nightingale", recorded for example by Bobby Casey (Taking Flight) or Luke Plumb (A Splendid Notion). "On Top Of Cork Road" is cle... more…