Twenty-six recordings of a tune named
Darby’s Farewell To London

Also known as Darby’s Farewell, Josie McDermot’s, Josie McDermott’s.

A tune by this name has been recorded together with Father O’Grady’s Visit To Bocca (a few times), The Teetotallers (a few times), The Trip To Durrow (a few times), Father O’Grady’s Visit To Bocca (a few times), The Trip To Birmingham (a few times), The Humours Of Toomagh (a few times), The Lansdowne Lass (a few times), The Baltimore Salute, The Cat’s Meow, Dunguaire Castle, Eddie Moloney’s, Farewell To Erin, Ginley’s, Jack Coughlan’s Fancy, Jig Away The Donkey, Jim Kelly’s, The Lady On The Island, The Lansdowne Lass, Larmor Plage, The Leitrim Thrush, The Maid Behind The Bar, Marian’s Favourite, The Noisy Curlew, The Old Road To Garry, Pat Ward’s, Rolling In The Ryegrass, Roscommon, The Trip To Kinvara.

  1. A Rival Heart by Mark Evans
  2. Between The Strings by Adrian McAuliffe And Cathal Flood
  3. Bow Brothers by Bow Brothers
  4. Call The Set - II by The Red Abbey Group
  5. Call The Set - II by The Red Abbey Group
  6. Call The Set - III by The Red Abbey Group
  7. Darby’s Farewell by Josie McDermott
  8. Everything is Alright by Burning Bridget Cleary
  9. In Am Trátha - Well-Timed by Liadan
  10. Irish Women Musicians Of America by Cherish The Ladies
  11. It’s Not Racket Science by At The Racket
  12. Potsticks by Sean Moloney
  13. Ready For The Storm by Déanta
  14. Shaskeen Irish Pub Session by Shaskeen
  15. Silver and Wood by Jacquelyn Hynes
  16. The Flute Players Of Roscommon - Vol 1 by Various Artists
  17. The Mouse Behind The Dresser by Shaskeen
  18. The Set - Four: Music for Four Complete Sets by Various Artists
  19. The Torn Jacket by Tommy Guihen
  20. Totally Traditional Tin Whistles by Various Artists
  21. Unearthed by Paul McGlinchey
  22. Upon My Soul by James Carty
  23. We Were Drinking And Kissing The Ladies by Hugh Healy And Michael O’Connell
  24. Wild And Free by Tony O’Leary and Friends
  25. With Every Breath by John Wynne
  26. Within A Mile O’ Jamestown by Mick Mulvey