The Banks of Newfoundland

By Various Artists

  1. The Widow Malone
  2. The Green Groves Of Erin
    The Ivy Leaf
  3. The Turnpike
    The Dublin
    Miss Thornton
  4. The Scholar
    The Bank Of Ireland
  5. Alexander’s
  6. The Knocknagow
    Fowling Piece
  7. Let Mr. Maguire Sit Down
  8. The Scotchman Over The Border
    The Tenpenny Bit
  9. George White’s Favorite
    The Lass Of Carracastle
  10. The Bucks Of Oranmore
  11. Rogha Chiarrai
    An Coirneal Frazer
    An Bad Gaile
  12. Off To California
    The Liverpool
  13. The Monaghan
  14. Molly Durkin
  15. The Morning Dew
    Shark’s Favorite
  16. The Harvest Home
    The Green Mountain
  17. My Darlin’ Coleen Bawn
  18. The Dunmore Lassies
    Castlebar Traveller
  19. The Boston Burglar
  20. The Wicklow Mountains High
  21. The Banks Of Newfoundland
  22. Knotted Cord
    Hunter’s Purse
  23. Sean Bhean Bhocht
    The Dancer At The Fair
  24. The Dawn
    Music In The Glen
  25. From Galway To Dublin

Five comments

Re: The Banks of Newfoundland

Historical recordings, mainly recorded in the 1930s.
Track 1- John Griffin
Track 2- William j Mullaly
Track 3- James Morrison (Fiddle)
Track 4- Michael Grogan (Box)
Track 5- Tommy Reck (Uileann Pipes)
Track 6- Ballinskill Ceilidhe Band
Track 7- James Mullan (Vocals)
Track 8- Paddy Killoran (Fiddle)
Track 9- Paddy Sweeny (Fiddle)
Track 10- Liam Walsh (Uileann pipes)
Track 11- Denis Murphy (Fiddle)
Track 12- Peter Guinan (Whistle)
Track 13- Michael Colemen (Fiddle)
Track 14- Mutty Rabbett (Vocals)
Track 15- Eleanor Keane (Fiddle)
Track 16- Neil O’Boyle (Fiddle)
Track 17- Paddy Beades (Vocals)
Track 18- Tom E Morrison (Uileann Pipes)
Track 19- Delia Murphy (Vocals)
Track 20- Frank Quinn (Fiddle)
Track 21- Peter James Conlon (Box)
Track 22- Edwatd Meehan (Box)
Track 23- The Fingal Trio
Track 24- Leo Rowsome (Uileann Pipes)
Track 25- Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band

Re: The Banks of Newfoundland

Actually I do not think James Mullan is singing on track 7, I am not sure what instrument he plays.

Re: The Banks of Newfoundland

These are the same 25 tracks as the Rounder cd “From Galway to Dublin” with the order scrambled. Hmm.

Eleanor Kane (not Keane) played piano not fiddle.

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Re: The Banks of Newfoundland

Anyway, I found this on google play music.

Re: The Banks of Newfoundland

Track #22 - John McKenna and Eddie Meehan audio on “Youtube” :

They are both playing flutes, not “box” as posted above, which kind of suggests that the person who posted the recording hasn’t even listened to it.