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This album is pretty good. Is has a simple & relaxed feel to it. They mix tunes with vocals here and there.
This item is available on CelticTurnTable if anyone is looking to purchase.
Good album with interesting / tasteful ensemble arrangments
My favourite recordings are usually simple solo or duet instrumentals. And the more ‘trad’ the better. However I enjoy all PQ+LL recordings. Bought this one after seeing them in Camden last year.
I can find ‘electronic keyboards’ intrusive in traditional music, but Pete Quinn’s playing and arrangements are an exeption to the rule. The ensemble sound makes for very pleasant listening.
Great final set (among others) - but what is that Gan Ainm tune that follows Chapel Bell. It seems very familiar, and’s real fun to play.
Track 13 ‘Gan Ainm’ = ‘The Chicago Jig’
The second tune on track 13 is one that seems to elude being named, but Seamus Egan calls it ‘the Chicago’ and it can be found in the database here:
This is also the jig-without-a-name on Edel Fox & Ronan O’Flaherty’s CD:
‘Lad O’Beirne’s‘ (track one) is: https://thesession.org/tunes/2778 ’Josephine Keegan’s.’
The London Lasses And Pete Quinn - By Night And By Day