By Manus McGuire

  1. Shelly River
  2. Bodyke To Baddeck
    Paddy Mills’ Fancy
    The Ross
  3. Have A Drink With Me
    The Girls Of Banbridge
    Maire Fielding’s Welcome To County Clare
  4. Over The Moor Among The Heather
    Laddie With The Pladdie
    The Sailor’s Bonnet
  5. Miss Graham Of Inchbrakie
  6. The Friendly Visit
    The Smokey Chimney
  7. Dancing Eyes
    Captain White
    Da Sooth End
    Jackson’s Morning Brush
  8. Kiss The Bride
    Belles Of Tipperary
    First Month Of Summer
    MacArthur Road
  9. Fort Dunree
  10. The Halifax
    The Good Natured Man
  11. Miss Lynn Burns
  12. Molly Bawn
    The Enchanted Lady
    Martin Wynne’s
    The Pinch Of Snuff
  13. Spencer’s Trip To Edinburgh
    The City Of Savannah
  14. The Sweetness Of Mary
    Robertson Crescent
    The Road To Glandree, The Road to Glendree
  15. Bebhinn’s

Two comments

FIDDLEWINGS - Manus McGuire Solo Album

2006 Release
Liner notes intro by Seamus Connolly

Manus McGuire, and his brother Seamus are among my original inspirations to play Irish music, and more particularly, the fiddle. So I was keen to find out about a recent solo album from Manus, Fiddlewings, following his acclaimed Saffron & Blue of 2000.
I was delighted to chance upon a copy in Dublin’s Claddagh Records, and a few days later, May 3, 2014 found myself in Kinvara town, Co. Galway for a live reunion concert of Buttons & Bows at the Cuckoo Fleadh, with Jackie Daly, accordion and Garry O’Briain, tenor mandolin & guitar -- a fabulous show.


Must agree, both Manus and Seamus are fantastic musicians, and a great pleasure to hear them again in Kinvara. Looking forward to the next concert of Buttons and Bows.