Warming Up

By Martin Mulhaire, Séamus Connolly and Jack Coen with Felix Dolan

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    Paddy Kelly’s
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  2. Sir Phillip McHugh
    Hunting The Hare
    Willie Clancy’s
  3. Martin Mulhaire’s #9
    Grandpa Tommy’s Ceili Band
  4. Gallagher’s Frolics
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    The Cat’s Rambles
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    The Bridge Of Portumna
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Five comments


To me, this album is what Irish music is about. Nothing over the top, just a perfect blend of East Galway/ East Clare accordian, fiddle, flute, and piano. The lovely bounce to the music keeps me constantly coming back for more. If you don’t have this recording, get it.

Re: Warming Up

I’m not generally a fan of piano accompaniment, but I think it a shame that Felix Dolan didn’t rate a mention in the title of this recording, as his playing here is highly complimentary to the excellent music played by 3 masters.

Re: Warming Up

’tis done, Kenny. Felix’s name might not be on the front cover, but it is on the back.

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