Let Down The Blade

By John Regan with Mary Corcoran and Paddy Glackin

  1. The Golden Keyboard
    The Bellharbour
  2. The Maid At The Spinning Wheel
    A Visit To Ireland
  3. The Queen Of The Fairies
    Victoria Hornpipes
  4. The Flax In Bloom
    Colonel Rodney
  5. The Tailor’s Twist
    The Friendly Visit
  6. Billy McCormack’s
    The Ship In Full Sail
  7. The Greencastle
    The Kildare Fancy
  8. The Maid At The Well
    The Knocknagow
  9. Tom Ward’s Downfall
    The Piper’s Despair
  10. The Road To Ballymac
    The Policeman’s Request
  11. Sliabh Russell
    Bimis Ag Ol
  12. Spillane The Fiddler
    President Garfield
  13. Scotch Mary
    Farewell To London
  14. Buttermilk Mary
    The Knights Of St Patrick
  15. James F. Dickie
    The Drops Of Brandy
  16. The Laurel Bush
    The Sligo Lasses
  17. The Waltz From "Coppelia"
  18. Mulqueeney’s
  19. Miss Langton’s
    The Copperplate

Three comments

Let Down the Blade - John Regan & Paddy Glackin

with Mary Corcoran, Colum and Donal Regan

John Regan is a great box player. His style is very traditional and the tunes he plays are great too. There is a mix of common tunes and not so common tunes and the first thing that strikes me is his excellent rhythm and phrasing. His duets with Paddy Glackin are top class as well.

Re: Let Down The Blade

Paddy Glackin plays fiddle on tracks 1, 2, 5, 8 & 9 only. Mary Corcoran provides piano accompaniment.

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