LCorinth’s eight comments

  • Re: The worst band in the world

    I was in a band called The Kerosene Brothers. I never saw all the members of the band in the same room at the same time. We had a bass player who couldn't play, but was obsessed with effects and equipment. A couple of us wrote one song once, called "Liar ... more…

  • Re: What to do? Singer truly awful

    Simply suggest that he/she audition for American Idol. That one British guy on that show will set 'em straight. And you won't have to be the one to say anything. more…

  • Julia Delaney’s by Paddy Moloney and Sean Potts

    Paddy Moloney and Sean Potts do a really interesting version of this tune on their old album "Tin Whistles." It's just the two of them doing a duet on whistle with a bodhran accompanying them. The version they do sounds very dramatic. more…

  • The Foggy Dew

    Well, this doesn't look like it did when I submitted it. In fact, I'd call it a march, not a polka. It should be in 4/4 or cut time. I had submitted it as a reel, but I see it got changed by the website. As it is, it sounds too clipped, at least when the ... more…

  • Re: Sound Files Not Playing Sharps & Flats?

    What I mean is, when you have a tune in, say, D Major (or whatever mode corresponds to the D Major scale on, say, a D tin whistle or flute), instead of playing C# and F#, which is part of that scale, it sounds like it's playing C and F. Anyone else have t... more…

  • Re: Why do sessions exist?

    Chris: more…

  • Sound Files Not Playing Sharps & Flats?

    Has anyone noticed that when you click on a sound file on this site it doesn't play the sharps and flats? I've clicked on a few tunes in D and G, and some of the notes don't sound right--like instead of C# and F#, it's playing C and F. Anyone know why thi... more…

  • Re: Why do sessions exist?

    I'm new to Irish music--just learning the tin whistle now. So there's a lot I don't know. Allow me to ask one or two really dumb questions: more…