Full Swing: New England Contra Music & Dance

By Mary Cay Brass And Friends

  1. Le Diable Vert
    Le 24 Juin
    Galope De La Malbaie
  2. The Green Mountain
    The Sligo Maid
    Rakish Paddy
  3. The Boys Of Tandragee
    Mary McNamara’s
    The Carraroe
  4. Goodbye My Lady Love
  5. The Sou’west Bridge
    The Spey In Spate
    The Cape Breton Fiddler’s Welcome To The Shetland Islands
  6. The Chorus
    The Opera
    The Growling Old Man And Woman
  7. Tatter Jack Walsh
    Dinny O’Brien’s
    The Gravel Walks
  8. Carolina Breakdown
    Sandy Boys

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"Mary Cay Brass & Friends: Full Swing: New England Contra Music & Dance"

Great Meadow Music, 2001 - GMM 2006
http://www.greatmeadowmusic.com/

Band & Caller ~

Sara Blair - fiddle - on tracks 2, 3, 5 & 7
Mary Lea - fiddle - on tracks 1, 4, 6 & 8
Becky Tracy - fiddle - on tracks 1 & 6
Stuart Kennedy - upright bass - on all tracks
Mary Cay Brass - piano - on all tracks

Susan Kevra - caller

Calls include track 4: ‘Goodbye my Lady Love’, & track 6: ‘Chorus Jig’. Also called is ‘November Breakdown’ to track 8: "Carolina Breakdown" / "Sandy Boys"…

Total time: 55:24

Dance length tracks & 3 called dances

All start with the usual potatoes. The three tracks that include calling by Susan Kevra are:

4. ) square dance - "Goodbye My Lady Love" - a singing square by Debbie Gray

6. ) contra - "Chorus Jig"

8. ) square dance - "November Breakdown" - by the caller Suzan Kevra - a patter call

Susan Kevra & Mary Cay Brass - Full Swing

2001 contradance album.

Available here:
https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/kevra

On this album:
- Susan Kevra (contra caller)
- Mary Cay Brass (piano)
- Sara Blair (fiddle)
- Mary Lea (fiddle)
- Becky Tracy (fiddle)
- Stuart Kenney (upright bass)

Re: Full Swing

Ah, thanks for pointing that out.

Checked Susan Kevra’s name before posting, who is first on the album from CDBaby.

Re: Full Swing

Another thing you can do to check to see if the album has already been posted is to search for recordings from a tune in that album, provided, of course, that it was spelled correctly.