Jigfoot’s eight comments

  • Liam O’Flynn

    On his untitled LP recording (early 90s) O'Flynn played this tune after The Old Bush, calling it The Dark Girl Dressed in Blue. The link from its page leads to the slide of the same name, though - a completely different tune. more…

  • Pat Mitchell also plays a version of this on his record Uilleann Pipes. more…

  • The Ace and Deuce

    I would really like o get my fingers around this take on "The Ace and Deuce of Pipering" (track 12) - a different version than the usual one! more…

  • Posted elsewhere

    A grand jig; it is another version of "The Girl from the Big House", also known as "Robbie Hannan's" and posted under these names already. more…

  • The Ladies’ Pantalettes following what?

    The track referred to as "The Ladies' Pantalettes" on this recording - played by Willie Clancy - is actually a set of two reels. The second one is "The Ladies' Pantalettes", does anyone know the name of the first one? more…

  • Nameless hornpipe from America

    Quoting Liam Og regarding the hornpipe that follows "The Tailor's Twist": more…

  • The Tailor’s Twist

    This tune is also played by Liam O'Flynn on Planxty's "The Woman I Loved so Well". more…

  • Eamonn’s?

    Jimmy O'Brien-Moran plays a variation of "The Yellow Wattle" on this recording,quite different from the common one. I've never heard anyone else play it. It would be nice to know where he got it from. Who's Eamonn? more…