Cape To Clare

By Various Artists

  1. The Queen Of The Rushes
    The Whinny Hills Of Leitrim
    The Clumsy Lover
  2. The Big Reel Of Callightown
    The Humours Of Westport
    The Steeplechase
  3. Promenade
    The Dusty Miller
    Top It Off
  4. Paddy’s Rambles Through The Park
  5. The Jug Of Punch
    The Holly Bush
  6. The Cuckoo’s Nest
    Hennessey’s
  7. Doctor Burke’s
    The Golden Traveller
  8. The Hunter’s Purse
    Within A Mile Of Dublin
  9. Legends Of The Fall
  10. The Hole In The Hedge
  11. Martin Rochford’s
    Roll Out The Barrel
  12. Harvest Moon
    O’Rourke’s
    Bonny Anne

Seven comments

Cape to Clare

A fine mixture of traditional tunes played by Adam Shapiro on Fiddle, Dave Shapiro on Guitar and Whistle, Mark Farelly on Uillean Pipes, Kevin Griffin on Banjo, Simon O’ Reilly on Electric Guitar and Blarney O’ Shamrock on Bodhrán.
There is a story about the Banshee singing an old Air called "Paddy’s Rambles through the Park". Unfortunately there are no more sleeve notes.
Leave the CD in the CD- Payer for a while when finished, there is an extra track No. 13 called Tommy Coen’s Reel.
Recorded in 1997.

Artists

Actually this CD should be listed under Adam & Dave Shapiro instead of "various artists", the other musicians being more guests…

They’re two brothers from South Africa (which explain the album’s name!)… Adam is living and playing around Doolin…

whatever… good album!

Artists Cape to Clare

Thanks charliechamo for these information. I only read the musicians are mainly from around Doolin and Clare, but didn’t know the Shapiro brothers are from South Africa. Now the title of the album makes sense to me.

Re: Cape To Clare

If anyone would still like a copy of this cd, we are only selling them directly.
I can post them out to you. Just send me an email at adam_fiddle@yahoo.ie
thanks
Adam

Re: Cape To Clare

Hi Adam - were you ever in Aberdeen, in fact played a set at Aberdeen Folk Club - good few years back ?

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Heya Kenny

I was there and a good few years back is right! 1998 to be precise :)

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I thought I recognised the name. We played a totally unrehearsed duet together, can’t even remember if I played flute or whistle. I came across a photo of you on the wall of a pub in Co. Clare last year, and recognised you. You also appeared on a postcard I saw in either Ennis or Miltown of "traditional Irish musicians" - which of course, you are ! Hope all is well with you, Adam, best wishes, Kenny.

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