D Flute Album
Kevin Crawford’s seminal album, now out of print. Watch for those staccato triplets… love or hate them, they’re now part of the flute vocabulary.
This album was issued by Green Linnet on 1995. Rumours are Kevin is looking for another distributor and will re-issue it sometime. Meanwhile, look for it in half.com and other used CD stores.
I just got this info from the Knotted Chord:
This cd will be available again soon,if you want a copy please let us know.
The Knotted Chord Traditional Irish, Folk and World Music Store,
Cook’s Lane, O’Connell Street,
Ennis, Co. Clare,
Ph/Fax: +353. 65. 682 2152
D Flute Album: Reissued (?)
I got a copy of this album at Knotted Chord in Ennis just before they closed down. The shopkeeper kindly informed me that it’s been reissued. Glauber wrote it was originally distributed by Green Linnet(!), but my copy is from Kerbstone, so I believe it’s easier to find now. I checked some online music shops, and it seems Custy’s has some copies.
I’ve just found this recording listed in Green Linnet’s website. But do they really still have copies of it?
D Flute Album
I was just on Green Linnet, and they have it listed in a "Back in Stock" sale. They’re bringing back old classics, including this one, for only $10!
Bit of an uninspired name, though…
THE (or D) flute album? Uninspired?
"Maurice LeMMon’s" !!! Who he…?
The first tune on track 9 is Maurice Lennon’s "The Road to Garrison". See:
the other Christy Barry’s of Christy Barry’s set is at: : https://thesession.org/tunes/820
The Kerbstone version lists Cullinan’s Favourite as the first tune on cut 9. I edited the contents to reflect this, but it doesn’t link to any existing tune. So if anyone has another title that links to a tune, they should have at it.
Niall Kenny identified the first reel on Track 9 4 years ago. I’ve re-named it - the link now goes to the correct tune.