Each Little Thing by Sharon Shannon
The arrangement of this recording is quite modern, so sometimes I like it, and sometimes don’t. But tunes and her playing are nice.
Some tracks are found in Sharon’s best album “Spellbound.”
I just thought I’d point out a site which helpfully gives the name of the set AND the names of the tunes, for a large number of recordings.
I believe the George Peoples’ is wrong. The recording is in D minor, and the tune there is in D major. Plus they look completely different. So, you may want to check that out.
There are 2 “George Peoples’” reels posted here. The links don’t automatically go to the correct one. I don’t have that recording, so can’t check, but maybe the tune being played is this one :
Minus tracks 13 & 14!?
Every CD of this I’ve purchased, for myself and others, has only ever had the first 12 tracks on it. I’ve yet to see one recording with these two bonus tracks, 13 & 14, nor have I found them listed on Amazon UK. I did find a listing on Amazon-dot-com where there was one bonus track listed, 13, but that was “The Bag of Cats” as a remix by Oisin Lunny and John Sherwood? 😏
Re: Each Little Thing
On track 10 the tune called “John Brady’s” is actually “The Sheep in the Boat”, by Junior Crehan. The link is incorrect too.
Re: Each Little Thing
No it’s not - it’s “McIntyre’s Fancy” - composed by John Brady.
I’ve fixed the link.
Re: Track 2, Never Going Back Again
Just came across this brilliant CD 21 years after its release (going cheap on eBay, sorry). And now noting the lack of response here to the creative use of an old Fleetwood Mac song (how many ITM musicians would do this, and do it so enjoyably?).
I could post the dots, but maybe that’d be going a bit too far.
To quote Wikipedia: “Never Going Back Again” is a song written by Lindsey Buckingham that was first released by Fleetwood Mac on their eleventh studio album Rumours (1977). It was also released as the B-side to the Top Ten single “Don’t Stop” in the US and of the “You Make Loving Fun” single in the UK. It was also the B-side of “Dreams” in the Netherlands. It has been covered by other artists, including Colin Reid and Matchbox Twenty."
Nice live version by Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks (if you like this sort of thing) at