Kevin Burke used to play this tune quite a lot.I think it might be on one of his older tuition tapes.
The Castlebar Tramp
This seems to go well with the High Reel. Nice tune.
does this one have a relationship to the Castlebar Traveller that Tom Morrison recorded (in a set with Dunmore Lasses), which to my mind feels a lot like the Laurel Tree.
Slightly different version
I got this from Uilleann piper Brian Stafford from N. Ireland who currently lives in York. He tends to play this on whistle.
eAcA eAcA | BG ~G2 Bc d2 | eAcA eAcA | Beed Bd A2 |
eAcA eAcA | BG ~G2 Bc d2 | ~e3 d BAGA | Beed Bd A2 |
|: ABAG EDEF | G2 BG dGBG | a2 ag edBA | Beed Bd A2 :|
"The Gosson That Bate His Father" - reel
Submitted on September 8th 2004 by gian marco.
Only an octave of difference in the B-part…
Paddy Egan (concertina) plays it with the Caucus Reel.
Re: The Castlebar Tramp
…at the 2:14 mark of the Se Mo Laoch feature on Antoin Mac Gabhann…..on TG4.