Clare Ceili

By The Kilfenora Céilí Band

Added by Kenny .

  1. Glen Allen
    The Hunter’s House
    Rakish Paddy
  2. The Black Rogue
    The Cat In The Corner
    Pet Of The Pipers
  3. Far Away In Australia
  4. The Enchanted Lady
    The Holy Land
    The Rainy Day
  5. Bonaparte’s Retreat
    The Blackthorn Stick
  6. The Kilrush Polkas No. 1
    The Kilrush Polkas No. 2
  7. Paddys Return
    The Kilfenora
    The Chorus Jig (Kilfenora 3)
  8. The Mountain Road
    The Boys Of Ballisodare
    The Dawn
  9. Mount Massey
  10. The North Clare
    The Old Favourite
  11. A Nation Once Again
    The Little Catholic
    The Minstrel Boy
  12. Sheehan’s
    The Merry Blacksmith
    The Music In The Glen

Four comments

Clare Ceili

£0.99 plus P&P from Oxfam, via eBay. As ceili band recordings go, this LP is one of the best I’ve heard. No release date anywhere, and no details at all about the band members. If anyone has any information, I’d like to know more.
I’ve changed one or two tune titles, and added a few where the track only had one tune title. If there are any mistakes in the “links”, I’ll correct them here later.

“Clare Ceili with the Kilfenora Ceili Band”

"The band members who appeared on the Clare Céilí album were:

Kitty Linnane ~ piano & band leader at the time
Tommy Peoples ~ fiddle
Gus Tierney ~ fiddle
Paddy (Organ) Mullins ~ flute
Jim Ward ~ flute, and later banjo
Michael Sexton ~ accordion
Jimmy Leyden ~ drums
P.J. Murrihy ~ singer

Eddie Stack, extract from:
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& a non-fiction book of interest by Eddie Stack ~ “Doolin: People Place & Culture”

Re: Clare Ceili

This is a great recording. There is one extra march that isn’t listed. Also Tierney leads on to a jig in the notes but should be a reel.