Oldtime Records Vol 2 (U.S. Recordings)

By Various Artists

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  1. Ballyneety
    The Piper’s Delight
  2. The Harvest Home
  3. The Maids of Mount Kisco
    Hand Me Down the Tacklings
  4. The Contrary
  5. If There Wasn’t Any Women in the World
  6. The Old Swallow
  7. Swallow’s Tail
    Comedy Sketch
    The Pig that Tore the Shirt
  8. The Humours of Ballinafad
    McPaddin’s Favourite
  9. Larry O’Gaff
    Blooming Meadows
  10. Prohibition
    The Ladies Of Leinster
    The Contradiction
  11. Sunshine
  12. Over the Moor to Maggie
    Big Pat’s
  13. Streams Of Poolaphuca
    The Copperplate
    Ah Surely
  14. Noon Day Feast
    Rambles with Rory
  15. The Flogging
    The Copperplate
  16. Rory O’Moore
  17. The Morning Dew
    Colleen Bawn
  18. Kregg’s Pipes
    The Boys from Mayo
  19. The Tuam
    The Salamanca
  20. Cuckoo’s Nest
    Down The Meadow
  21. The Plains Of Boyle
    The Leitrim Fancy
  22. Kate Muldoon
  23. Decca
    JimRyan’s Fancy

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Classic Disks from 1920 - 1938 , vol 2, Never Before Released on CD! (it says here)


Actual track listings (from original record labels):
* Edward Meehan’s Rosaleen Orchestra "Ballyneety; The Piper’s Delight"
* Eddie Herborn "The Morning Fair"
* Joe Maguire’s Pride of Erne Orchestra "The Maid of Mt. Kisco"
* Flanagan Brothers "Contrary Reel"
* Paddy Killoran "If there Wasn’t Any Women in the World"
* Frank Quinn "The Old Swallow Reel"
* Flanagan Brothers "Flanagans at Dinty Moore’s"
* Paddy Killoran "The Humours of Ballinafad ; McPaddin’s Favourite"
* O’Leary’s Irish Minstrels "Larry O’Gaff; Strop the Razor"
* Michael Coleman "Prohibition Reel"
* Four Provinces Orchestra "Sunshine"
* John McKenna "Roscommon Reels"
* Edward Meehan’s Rosaleen Orchestra "Streams of Poolaphuca"
* James Morrison "Noon Day Feast; Rambles with Rory"
* William Quinn & his Dublin Orch. "Flogging Reel"
* Sullivan’s Shamrock Band "Rory O’More; Bridal Jig"
* Paddy Killoran "Morning Dew; Colleen Bawn"
* Tom Morrison & John Reynolds "Kregg’s Pipes; The Boys from Mayo"
* P.J. Conlon "Tuam Reel; The Salamanca"
* Irish Big Four "Cuckoo’s Nest; Down The Meadow"
* Michael Gallagher "Moran’s Hornpipes"
* Frank Quinn "Kate Muldoon"
* Paddy Killoran & Paddy Sweeney "Decca Polka; Jim Ryan’s Fancy"

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Re: Oldtime Records Vol 2 (U.S. Recordings)

Oldtime Records; 2007.

‘The Pig that Tore the Shirt’ is a variant of ‘The Mason’s Apron’.
‘McPaddin’s Favourite’ is almost certainly ‘McFadden’s Favourite.
‘Jim Ryan’s Fancy’ is a variant of ‘Buffalo Gals’.

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