We Have Met Together

By Mick Moloney

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  1. Old Hag You Have Killed Me
    The Old Tipperary
  2. The Invisible Man
  3. The Pipe On The Hob
  4. Belfast Town
  5. Bodhran Solo
  6. Don’t Cry In Your Sleep
  7. Dicky Sherlock’s
  8. Farewell To The Rhondda
  9. Vi Skal Ikkje Sova Burt Sumar Natta
  10. Bean Phaidin
  11. Bodhran Solo
  12. Molloy’s Favourite
    The Earl’s Chair
  13. Avondale
  14. The Leitrim Fancy
  15. An Gaoth Andheas
  16. Flute Solo
  17. The Fields Of Vietnam

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We Have Met Together

Mick Moloney’s first solo album, and the first Irish LP I ever bought. Much of it is double-tracked with Moloney playing mandolin, tenor-banjo and guitar. 9 tracks are songs, and I’ve marked them [s]. Although I bought the record primarily for the instrumental tracks, it’s a good choice of songs as well. Track 9 is in Norwegian!

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We Have Met Together

Although this was a solo album by Mick Moloney, there were other musicians accompanying him on the recording.
The line up was:
Mick Moloney: guitar, mandolin, tenor banjo
Friedemann(sic): guitar
Dave O´Docherty: flute, whistle
Dave Moses: bass
Ian Inge Rasmussen: guitar
Aly Bain: fiddle
Mal Whyte: bodhrán

My interest in this is that both Dave O´Docherty and Mal Whyte are good friends of mine, although I haven´t seen them for several years.
Dave is also an artist and lives near Boston, Mass.(US) and I believe he is active in the local Irish music scene.
Mal is an actor (he had a part in Braveheart) and an uillean piper. He lives in Dublin.

Kenny, pot calling kettle (:, could you amend your original listing to remove all the [s] stuff and other unnecessary information, please?

Reason…?

I will if you insist, but what’s wrong with indicating that a track’s a song ? It prevents any possibly erroneous links to a tune which could be quite different. Off the top of my head, "The Johnstons" and "Steeleye Span" both recorded the song "The Lark In The Morning", which has absolutely nothing at all to do with the 4-part jig. There are also various recordings of the song "The Wind That Shakes The Barley" - certainly Martin Carthy, and I think "Solas" - again, nothing whatsoever to do with the reel of the same name. Am I missing something ?

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Ok…..

Please note - Tracks 2,4,6,8,9,10,13,15 and 17 are all songs, not instrumental pieces.

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