Sets In The City

By Tipsy House

  1. The Rainy Day
    Limestone Rock
  2. Diplodocus
  3. Mother’s Delight
    Glencolumkill
    The Moving Bog
  4. Ed Kelly’s
    The Luck Penny
  5. Martin Wynne’s
    The Drunken Landlady
    The Boys Of Ballisadare
  6. The Glen Cottage Polkas
    The Maid Of Ardagh
  7. Kevin Keegan’s
    The Trip We Took Over The Mountain
  8. The Knocknaboul
  9. Wren’s
    The Taur
    Dennis Doody’s
  10. Patsy Geary’s
    Danny Abe’s
    Going To The Well For Water
  11. The Banks Of Inverness
    The Dark Girl Dressed In Blue
  12. Johnny Leary’s
    This Is My Love, Do You Like Her?
    Nora Criona
  13. O’Callaghan’s
    The Flowing Tide
  14. The Ookpik
    The Parting
  15. Martin Rochford’s
    McFadden’s Favorite
  16. Torn Jacket
    Tim Maloney’s
  17. Cap And Bell
    The Maid In The Meadow
    McGovern’s
  18. Cameronian
    Annie Walsh’s
    The Lads Of Laois
  19. Cunla
  20. Road To Garrison
    John Kelly’s
    John Brady’s

Six comments

Sets in the City-Tipsy House

Long time San Francisco band. The current lineup is Jack Gilder on flute and concertina, Kevin Bernhagen on fiddle, and Richard Mandel on guitar. The album commerates the Thursday night set dance at the Plough and Stars in San Francisco, California.
http://www.tipsyhouse.com

Hahaha. So how much did Jack pay you to post this? ๐Ÿ˜‰

PS if you omit the tune type from your recording info (e.g. "reels", "hornpipes"), this website will automatically link by tune name to the sheetmusic and comments for the tunes.

Wow, thanks Andrea… your check’s in the mail. ๐Ÿ˜‰

This would be a good time to correct a mistake I made in tune titles. The tune listed as "Sliabh Luachra" is actually called "The Wren’s Polka." Also, the tune listed as "The Godfather" is actually called "The Road to Garrison." The tune’s composer, Maurice Lennon, emailed us to straighten out the error, as you would find out if you followed the link.

No, I think the Godfather should be left as it is, because a) that’s how it is on the CD you’ve sold, and b) your mistake should be left to haunt and embarrass you for ever ๐Ÿ˜€

No worries, Dow, that’s not the sort of mistake that haunts me on recordings I’ve made… it’s the other kind of mistakes that do.