I picked this up from Karen Tweed's playing, slight variation on the A part where instead of |BAG Bcd|edc efg, it's |BGG Bcd|ecc efg, and likewise the next time 'round, although it's a trivial difference really.
I picked this up from Karen Tweed’s playing, slight variation on the A part where instead of |BAG Bcd|edc efg, it’s |BGG Bcd|ecc efg, and likewise the next time ‘round, although it’s a trivial difference really.
I have a recording of an early live concert by the Bothy Band. They play Jackson’s Jig in the first set. Matt Molloy is with them.
Taken from ‘A Fine Selection of Over 200 Irish Traditional Tunes for Sessions’, compiled by David Speers with a Forward by Matt Cranitch. This version, collected 30 or so years ago, was called The Humours of Kesh. I hadn’t come across it before - nice tune!
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