Back in Time

By Angelina Carberry & Dan Brouder

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  1. The Wind That Shakes The Barley
    The Bucks Of Oranmore
  2. Tommy McCarthy’s
    Wellington’s Advance
  3. The Emerald Medley
    Katy Mooney’s
  4. Back In Time
  5. The Mule That Broke My Heart
    O’Gallagher’s
  6. The Rolling Rocks Of Glan
    The River Meadow
  7. Burn’s Farewell
    Royal Charlie
    Saddle The Pony
  8. Kit’s Dream
    Bright Skies
  9. The October
    The Lark’s
    The Fairie
  10. The Liverpool
    Mullin’s Fancy
    Boil The Breakfast Early
    Fallon’s Delight
  11. Bony Over The Alps
    Seaman’s
  12. Green Grow The Rushes O
    Stirling Castle
    Lady Mary Ramsey’s
  13. Seamus Thompson’s
    Mother’s Delight
    The Kerry Lasses
  14. The Rollicking Skipper
    Ma McNulty’s
    The Maid On The Green
  15. Laughing Waters
    Sean Ryan’s Dream
    The Ballybunion Reel
  16. The Night Of Fun
    The Spree
    Sir Roger De Coverly

Two comments

Re: Back in Time

CD issued by Angelina and Dan coinciding with her T4G Gradam Cheoil award in 2021. One of the greats in my humble opinion!

Other musicians on the CD are:
Peter Carberry
Shaunagh Carberry
John Blake
Ruairí McGorman
Richie Lyons
Pádraig McGovern
Conor Lane
Méabh Carberry
Deidre Malone
Paul Gurney
Grace Kelly
Ryan Owens
Elaine Reilly

Re: Back in Time

His Grace the "Duke of Leinster" didn’t mention where this could be found, so I had a search, and Custy’s in Ennis have it. I’ve ordered a copy and look forward to hearing it.
Incidentally, the price of newly-issued CDs seems to have crept up a bit. Nearly all are now 17 euros [before P&P] . On the plus side, Custy’s now have a series of downloads, 70 in number at present, for 10 euros each. Includes some no-longer available and relatively obscure recordings by the likes of Eamonn Cotter, Mary and Andrew MacNamara, Bobby Casey, Mike and Mary Rafferty, Pat O’Connor and the excellent P.J. Crotty with James and Carol Cullinane recording. Apologies for the diversion, but I thought it worth mentioning.

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