Classic Disks from 1920 - 1938 Never Before Released on CD! (it says here)
Tremendous notes in the booklet.
Actual track title list below.
I’ve identified tunes where I can, but haven’t listened to all of this yet. I was just given it the other day and am enjoying every minute so far .
This quote from Hugh Gillespie (a Coleman cohort) jumps out at me and sums up the feeling of what I’ve heard so far:
" … you were making a whole lot of records and thought nothing of it. Now someone makes a record, holy heavens you’d think they went to the stars! We just made records and that’s all. Same as we played in the dance hall, there was no big deal about it"
* Louis E. Quinn & His Shamrock Minstrels "Barn Dance Medley"
* Flanagan Brothers "Rakes of Kildare"
* Flanagan Brothers "The Girl I Left Behind Me"
* McKenna & Gaffney "Reels of Mullivate"
* Flanagan Brothers "Sarsfield Lilt"
* Martin Beirne & Orchestra "The Merry Harriers; Old Maids of Galway"
* P.J. Conlon "The Heathr’y Breeze"
* James Darcy & John Mulvihill "The Barmaids; The Milliner’s Daughter"
* Mike Flanagan "You Can’t Keep a Good Man Down"
* James Morrison "Apples in Winter; Friar’s Britches"
* Four Provinces Orchestra "The Drummer Boy"
* Paddy Killoran "Down the Broom; The Gatehouse Maid" (sample mp3)
* Louis E. Quinn & His Shamrock Minstrels "Stack of Barley Medley"
* Patrick Killoran & His Pride of Erin Orch. "Cherish The Ladies"
* Hugh Gillespie "Pigeon on the Gate"
* Innisfail Irish Orchestra "Innisfail Special"
* William Quinn & His Dublin Orchestra "Sweet Biddy Daily"
* Frank Quinn "Pat O’Hara"
* Flanagan Brothers "Bells of Athernry" (sample mp3)
* Tom Ennis "Irish Reels"
* K. Scanlon "Medley of Jigs"
* O’Leary’s Irish Minstrels with John Riley "My Wild Irish Rose"