track / tune form(s) / musician(s) / instrument(s)
-1. ) reels: Clogs Gallagher - fiddle
-2. ) reels: Pake Dwyer - tin whistle
-3. ) reels: Mick Gorman & Ed Murphy – flute & fiddle
-4. ) jig: Joe O’Dowd - fiddle
-5. ) song: John Hannon
-6. ) reel: Christy Hannon - flute
-7. ) reel: Fred Finn - fiddle
-8. ) jig / reel: Tommy Hunt - tin whistle
-9. ) reels: Josie McDermott - flute
10. ) reels: Tom Cawley - fiddle
11. ) reel: Elizabeth Bolger - accordion
12. ) reels: Mick Regan – fiddle
13. ) reel: Martin Wynne - fiddle
14. ) slip jig: Larry Reddingan - banjo
15. ) reels: Tom McGowan - fiddle
16. ) song: Jim Murray
17. ) reels: Peter Horan - flute
18. ) story: Johnny Giblin
19. ) reel: Jim Donoghue - tin whistle
20. ) reel: Seamus O’Donnell Senior - lilt
21. ) reel: Mary Ellen Giblin - fiddle
22. ) reels: Pakie Duignan - flute
23. ) reel: Johnny Henry & Tommy Hunt – fiddle & flute
24. ) reel: Johnny Henry - fiddle
25. ) reel: Thomas Bernard Ryan – talk & flute
26. ) song: Fintan McDonagh
27. ) reels: Seamus Horan - fiddle
28. ) air / reel: Gerry Donagher - harmonica
29. ) story: Mick Joe Ryan
30. ) jigs: Fred Finn - fiddle
31. ) reel: Paddy Killoran & Eleanor Neary – fiddle & piano
32. ) jigs: Clogs Gallagher - fiddle
33. ) reel: Ellie Osbourne - lilt
34. ) jigs: Jim Donoghue - tin whistle
"The Coleman Archive Volume 1 - The Living Tradition" ! £10 ! - currently
The Coleman Irish Music Centre
Quoted from the site, with minor adjustments:
"This CD represents a broad cross section of recordings which exist in the music archive of the Coleman Heritage Centre, Gurteen, Co. Sligo. Fiddle playing is well represented on the CD, this being a reflection on the popularity of the instrument in south Sligo a generation ago.
This is the first of two CD in a series of archive recordings from the Coleman Heritage Centre. In this selection, we have included, along with some well-known names from the Sligo tradition, a number of musicians who many listeners will be hearing for the first time.
This is an archive album so recording quality is reduced many tracks come from old 78’ records."
Review: The Coleman Archive Volume 1: The Living Tradition
~ Geoff Wallis
No slick studio dial twiddlin’ and fuffin’ about ~ both of the recordings in this series, Volumes 1 & 2, are raw, rough, human, down to earth and inspirational.
“The Coleman Archive Volume 2 - The Home Place"
I love how Josie plays the tunes in track nine singly - they’re both much improved for it.
Yes, me too… 🙂