From the playing of Joe Burke on flute, on the album by the same name, track 8, the second of two reels… And yes, many similarities with other tunes, such as the second part of "The Foxhunters": https://thesession.org/tunes/511
Where are you slainte/Hiro? 😉
Re: The Tailor’s Choice
The Tailor’s Choice was a reel the late Joe Burke learned when he was very young. In the sleeve notes of his flute album of the same title, he recollects when he first heard the tune at a tailor’s shop in the area. According to Joe Burke, the tailor measured him for his first long trousers, then took a flute out of the drawer and played this reel for him. The tailor and flute player was Stephen Moloney, one of the founding members of the Ballinakill Traditional Dance Players, or the Old Ballinakill Ceili Band. https://www.mustrad.org.uk/graphics/farr02.jpg
Incidentally, Fintan Vallely informs us that Stephen Moloney’s father James was also a tailor and emigrated from East Limerick to West Yorkshire to make a living. Stephen’s grandson Sean writes that James learned to play the flute in the 1870’s in a working men’s club in Northowram in Calderdale, which is near Halifax and not so far from Bradford and Leeds. James returned to Ireland before the turn of the century and settled in the parish of Ballinakill, Co. Galway.