Twenty-four recordings of McGoldrick’s

Also known as McGoldrick’s No.2, Michael McGoldrick’s, Snoring Khazi.

This tune has been recorded together with Aaron’s Key, The Back Hill, The Castle, Catherine’s, Chloe’s Passion, Cros An Lomanaigh, The Crosses Of Annagh, Dhamhsadh Coinnach Ri Inghinn, Finbarr Saunders, The First Month Of Spring, The Flowing Bowl, Freak St Callback, The Funky Spider, The Gallowglass, Grandpa Tommy’s Ceili Band, The Handsome Young Maidens, Indian Summer, Inver Bank, Kemo’s, The Kitchen Maid, Love At The Endings, The Maids In The Meadow, Michael Cramer’s, The Mills Are Grinding, The Mist Covered Mountain, O’Brien From Newtown, Packie Duignan’s, The Pattern Day, Princess Nancy, The Ronan Boys, The Silver Spear, Split Rock, Swinging On The Gate, The Tartar Frigate, Teampall An Ghleanntáin, Thunderhead, Tommy Mulhaire’s, Tyrell’s Pass, Whelan’s, The Whinny Hills Of Leitrim, Willie Coleman’s.

  1. …And They Danced All Night by North Cregg
  2. Aaron Skie by Scoops
  3. Ae Spark O Nature’s Fire by Deaf Shepherd
  4. And The Fiddles Played On by Fiddleheads
  5. Casog by Various Artists
  6. Chilling On A Sunday by Kasír
  7. Clear The Dresser And Take The Floor by Emerald Ceili Band
  8. Crosskeys Inn - Live in the Kitchen by Various Artists
  9. Ear To The Ground by Midnight Court
  10. Fresh Notes by Iomar Barrett and Chris Kelly
  11. Goodnight Ginger by John McCusker
  12. Green Grass Blue Grass by Brock McGuire Band
  13. If Anyone Can! by Leo McCann
  14. Jigs To The Moon by Dordán
  15. Kissing Fishes by Broderick
  16. Last Band Standing CD1 by Sgoil Chiuil Na Gaidhealtachd
  17. One For The Road by Trasnú
  18. The Bunch Of Keys by Jason O’Rourke
  19. The Friday Night Sessions: Traditional Music From Glasgow by Various Artists
  20. The Half Gate by Iontach
  21. The Mystery Inch by Damien O’Kane And Dave Kosky
  22. The Sweets of May/Aoibhneas na Bealtaine: The Céilí Band Era, Music & Dance of South Armagh by Various Artists
  23. Uilleann Tales by Chris McMullan
  24. When The World Was Wide by Trouble In The Kitchen