Jackson’s Morning Breeze jig

Also known as Mick Quinn’s, Micky Quinn’s, The Road To Andy’s, Seamus Connolly’s.

There are 16 recordings of this tune.

This tune has been recorded together with

Jackson’s Morning Breeze appears in 1 other tune collection.

Jackson’s Morning Breeze has been added to 8 tune sets.

Jackson's Morning Breeze has been added to 66 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Jackson's Morning Breeze
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
DFA d2f|edB g3|afd Adf|edB AFE|
DFA d2f|edB g3|afd Adf|1 edc d2z :|2 edc d2e||
f2f dfa|bgb a2g|f2f dfa|bgb a2f|
g3 f3|edB g3|afd Adf|1 edc d2e :|2 edc d2z||
2
X: 2
T: Jackson's Morning Breeze
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
DFA def|ecA gab|afd Adf|ecA GFE|
DFA def|ecA gab|afd Adf|1 edc d2z :|2 edc d2e||
fdf afa|bgb a2g|fdf afa|bgb a2f|
gfg fef|edB gab|afd Adf|1 edc d2e :|2 edc d2z||

Four comments

Jackson’s Morning Breeze

I don’t know where this tune originated from (although the name "Jackson" seems to be associated with a number of tunes) but it’s fairly popular at sessions in Clare. At some sessions it’s followed by the 2 Christy Barry jigs which makes for a nice combination.

Jackson’s Morning Breeze

Man! What a sweet jig. It reminded me of the music they used to play at wedding when I was a kid. Wow
Robert Lavoie

Seamus Connolly’s

Kevin Griffin names this tune "Seamus Connolly’s" on his album "Traditional Music from Doolin".

Another version

Here’s how I learned it. A friend gave me the dots (in E, as I think it’s played on the Kevin Griffin album with Sharon Shannon on box), I transposed to D, and here’s how I remember it three years since last looking at it:

X: 1
T: Jackson’s Morning Breeze
T:Seamus’ Connolly’s
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
R: jig
K: Dmaj
DFA def|ecA gab|afd Adf|ecA GFE|
DFA def|ecA gab|afd Adf|1 edc d2z :|2 edc d2e||
fdf afa|bgb a2g|fdf afa|bgb a2f|
gfg fef|edB gab|afd Adf|1 edc d2e :|2 edc d2z||

I also heard or read somewhere that Seamus has no idea how his name got associated with this tune.