Three recordings of a tune named
The Cuil Aodha
With a tune named
Scatter The Mud

The Cuil Aodha (jig) is also known as Amhran An Tae, Chuil Aodha, The Coolea, Cuil Aodh, Cul Aodh, The Cul Aodh, The Humours Of Ballymore, Máthair Mo Chéile, The Mother-In-Law, My Mother-in-Law, Out And About, Poirt Cúl Aodha, Port Chuil Aodha, Port Cuil Aodh, Port Cuil Aodha, The Song Of The Tea.

Scatter The Mud (jig) is also known as Doran’s Fancy, Frehan’s, Frehan’s, Jack Walsh’s, The Maid Of Tramore, Maids Of Tramore, The Maids Of Tramore, Neil Killeen’s, Noon Day Feast, Noon Day Feast, The Noon Day Feast, The Noon Day Feast, Noonday Feast, Noonday Feast, The Noonday Feast, Rambles With Rory, Scaip An Puiteach, Scatter The Mud, Scattering The Mud, Scattering The Mud, Spatter The Mud, The White Crow.

But Why, Johnny? by John Halloran

  1. Port Cuil Aodha
  2. Scatter The Mud
  3. Old Tipperary

Tuned Up by Brendan Mulholland, Brendan Hendry, Paul McSherry

  1. Mug Of Brown Ale
  2. Scatter The Mud
  3. Cul Aodh

Wallop The Spot by Four Men And A Dog

  1. Scatter The Mud
  2. Cúil Aodha
  3. Within A Mile Of Dublin
  4. Wissahicken Drive