As played by Cathal McConnell with The Boys Of The Lough on their Second Album (1973).
Micho & Gussie Russell’s version
First tune of the album "The Russell Family From Doolin. Co. Clare". They simply call it "Campbell’s Reel".
|:dcAG FGAB|c2AB cded|dcAG FGA2|fde^c d2de|
dcAG FGAB|cBAB cdec|dcAG FGA2|fde^c d3e:||
|:fdd^c dfaf|ecc2 efge|fdd^c dfaf|ed^cB A2Ae|
faaf a2af|gbaf g2fg|a2ag fde^c|1 d2de f2eg:|2 d2de f2e2||
Re: Patsy Campbell
Also track 5 on Songs and Sounds of the Sea (National Geographic Society 705 (LP, USA, 1973))
Patsy Campbell, X:3
From "Memories from the Holla" (https://thesession.org/recordings/1125)
I think this may be added elsewhere under the "The Humours of Carrigaholt" (https://thesession.org/tunes/1730), but since they’ve got such an unusual setting (doubled first part, single second), I thought I’d add it their setting, as they play it, under the title they’ve given it. I’m assuming for the purposes of musical decency that the original recording was in G and cranked up to Ab, rather than trying to notate it in an unfriendly key. This setting is lovely, but I wish I could think of a satisfactory way to double the second part. Doesn’t feel right playing it single.