With Every Breath

By John Wynne

  1. Garret Barry’s
    The Eel In The Sink
    Tom Sullivan’s
  2. Captain White’s
    This Is My Love, Do You Like Her?
  3. George Brabazon
    Jim Coleman’s
  4. Darby’s Farewell
    Father O’Grady’s Trip To Bocca
    The Lansdowne Lassies
  5. The Kerry Cow
    John Walsh’s No 1
    Sean Hennigan’s
  6. Méiltí Cheann Dubhrann
    John Doherty’s Highland
  7. The Humours Of Flinn
    Up And About In The Morning
  8. Martin Wynne’s No 1
    Martin Wynne’s No 2
    Martin Wynne’s No 3
  9. Robbie’s Choice
    McIntyre’s Fancy
    The Spider’s Web
  10. Pachelbel’s Frolics
    Paddy Fahy’s
  11. The Coolinerne
    The Lisagun
    The Dark Haired Lass
  12. The Ballinafad Fancy
    Lady Anne Montgomery
    The Millhouse

Six comments

Stunning work on flute and whistle by Roscommon-born Wynne (now a member of Providence). Check out tracks 4 and 8 in particular where he gives us sets by fellow local-born musicians Josie McDermott and Martin Wynne respectively.

I love this record.

You can’t say fairer than that! It’s superb. Just gave it another listen on the earphones on the way into work this morning. Love his version of George Brabazon and the polka set is great … a nice lazy start before he starts going, inperceptibly, through the gears. Not the nervous accumulation of speed familiar to most session players; more a deliberate ratcheting up of the energy levels.

Gan Ainms identified.

I’ve updated a couple of tune names - third jig on track 9 is indeed "The Spider’s Web", as identified above by "southsider", although John Wynne starts with the 2nd part, instead of the first.
The first tune on track 7 is Tim O’Leary’s "The Humours Of Flinn".

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