Two Sligo Masters

By John Vesey & Eddie Cahill

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  1. The Reel Of Rio
    The Maid Behind The Bar
  2. Up Sligo
  3. Mulvihill’s
    McFadden’s Handsome Daughter
  4. The Collier’s
    The Blackberry Blossom
  5. Martin Wynne’s #1
    Martin Wynne’s #2
  6. Around The World For Sport
    The Curlew
  7. The Pride Of Rockchapel
    The Cat That Ate The Candles
    Munster Buttermilk
  8. Reel Of Bogey
  9. Ah! Surely
    An Corran Bui
  10. My Love Is Fair And Handsome
    The Pride Of Rathmore
  11. Love At The Endings
    The Old Blackthorn Stick
  12. Last Night’s Fun
    The Master’s Return
  13. The Laurel Bush
    The Flower Of Redhill
  14. The Sailor On The Rock
    The Duke Of Leinster
  15. Sweeney’s
    A Bfhaca Tu Mo Sheamuisin
  16. Kitty Gone A-Milking
    The Bird In The Bush
  17. Jim Conroy’s
    The Boys Of The Town
  18. Ah! Surely
    The Old Copper Plate
  19. Jerry Daly’s
  20. McKenna’s
  21. The Mountain Top
    The Four Hand
  22. The Primrose Lass
    Green Grow The Rushes
  23. The Silver Spear
    Miss McLeod’s
  24. The Half Door
    The Lakes Of Sligo
  25. The Maids Of Glenroe
    Munster Buttermilk
  26. Josie McDermott’s
    Down The Broom

Two comments

“John Vesey & Eddie Cahill: Two Sligo Masters” = two recordings in one / 2 CDs

CHC 010, 2006
Coleman Heritage Centre
Gurteen, County Sligo, Ireland

Where I picked this up for 10 Euro just recently. We have the two LPs featured in this remastering of them and I’m glad to have them now as CDs too:

“John Vesey & Paul Brady: The First Month Of Spring”
“Eddie Cahill: Ah! Surely”

The 10 Euro deal was recent, May 2013, at The Coleman Heritage Centre in Gurteen, County Sligo, where there are some similar good buys to be found in store and online ~ such as their first two archive recordings, currently available online for 10 Euro, now with a 3rd CD recently released:

“The Coleman Archive Volume 1: The Living Tradition”

“The Coleman Archive Volume 2: The Home Place”

“The Coleman Archive Volume 3: The Open Door”