Come West Along the Road 3

Come West Along the Road 3

Irish traditional music treasures from the RTÉ TV archives 1960’s – 1980’s. Songs from singers in Irish and English; jigs, reels, hornpipes and airs from solo musicians and groups, step dances, set dances and céilí dances from exhibition and social dancers –this the third DVD in the series contains over three hours of outstanding performances from across the rich spectrum of Irish traditional music.

Also available:

Come West Along the Road 2
Come West Along the Road 4

Liosta Traiceanna / Track Listing

1. Charlie Harris, accordion. Jigs.
2. Robbie Hannan, uillean pipes. Reels.
3. Sean Keane & Paddy Taylor, fiddle & flute, with drummer. Jigs.
4. Jimmy Crowley & Stoker’s Lodge. Song: Salonika.
5. John Kelly, concertina. Slide & reel.
6. Sharon Shannon & Paul O’Shaughnessy, accordion & Fiddle. Jigs.
7. Seamus Tansey, flute. Reels.
8. Sliabh gCua Set Dancers, senior and junior.
9. Josie McDermott & Tommy Flynn, flute & fiddle. Reels.
10. Eilís Ní Shúilleabháin. Song: An Créatúirín.
11. Thatch Ceili Band. Reels.
12. Proinsias & Mairéad Ó Maonaigh, fiddles. Jigs.
13. Planxty. Song: The Good Ship Kangaroo.
14. Micho Russell, flute. Jigs.
15. Cathal Hayden, Banjo. Reels.
16. Seamus Ennis. Song: An Poc ar Buile.
17. Tom King & Vincent Tighe, step-dancing & accordion.
18. Richard Hayward. Song: The Enniskillen Dragoon.
19. Denis Ryan & Ellen Flanagan, fiddle & accordion. Jigs.
20. Ted, Finbar & Eddie Furey, fiddle, uilleann pipes & guitar. Reel.
21. Tony Mac Mahon & John Keogh, accordion & electro piano. Set dance.
22. Tomás Ó Neachtain, whistle. Reel.
23. Mary Black & Gerry O’Beirne, guitar. Song: Anachie Gordon.
24. De Danann. Reels.
25. Mary O’Hara, harp. Song: The Spanish Lady.
26. James Colgan. Song-recitation: The Gallant Irish Soldier.
27. Julia Clifford, fiddle. Air & slides.
28. Paul Brady, Andy Irvine & Donal Lunny, guitar, mandolin, harmonica & bouzouki. song: Mary and the Soldier.
29. Various. Children’s step dancing competition, girl in singing competition, house dance.
30. Philip Duffy, fiddle. Reels.
31. Sean Garvey. Song: The Bogs of Shanaheever.
32. Dermot Byrne, accordion. Highlands.
33. Peter Browne, uilleann pipes. Air.
34. Jimmy Doyle, accordion. Single jigs.
35. Joe Heaney. Song: The Rocks of Bawn.
36. Mícheál & Féilim Ó Raghaillagh, concertina & fiddle. Jigs.
37. Noreen O Donoghue, harp. Reels.
38. Rita Gallagher. Song: Lough Erne Shore.
39. Ronnie Drew Group. Reels.
40. Sarah, Rita & Dolores Keane. Song: I’m Thinking, Ever Thinking
41. Galway dancers, Keane family and friends.
42. Miriam Collins, concertina. Reel.
43. Paddy Cronin, fiddle. Reels.
44. Mary Ann Carolan. Song: Bold Doherty.
45. Francie Dearg Byrne & Peter Carr, fiddles. Reels.
46. Seamus Walshe, accordion. Hornpipe.
47. Tara and Dermy Diamond, Andy Dickinson, flute & fiddles. Reels.
48. John Joe Gannon, accordion. Flings.
49. Tommy Makem & Liam Clancy, banjo & guitar. Song: Will Ye Go, Lassie Go?
50. Willie Clancy & Joe O Leary, uilleann pipes & fiddle. Reels.
51. Catherine McEvoy, flute. Reels.
52. Martin Mongan. Song: Fifteen Years Last Sunday, Mama.
53. Mary Bergin & Peter Sorenson, whistle & fiddle , Slide and jig.
54. Joe McCafferty/ Seosamh Dhónaill Mac Eachmharcaigh. Song: Gleanntán na Coille Uaigní.
55. Pride of Erin Ceili Band. Jigs.
56. Anne Byrne & Jesse Owens, guitar. Song: The Four Marys.
57. Eibhlín Ni Riordáin, Vincent Milne & Colin Hamilton, accordion fiddle & flute, & Cork Set Dancers. Polkas.
58. Gay McKeon, uilleann pipes. Reels
59. Tiompán. Song: Óro Domhnaigh
60. Maria O’Carroll, Caroline O’Connor, Tom O’Sullivan & Tom Hanafan, flutes. Jigs
61. Séamus ‘Pound’ Ó Lúing. Song: An Bacach.
62. David Sheridan & Barry Kennedy & Julie Anne Desmond, fiddles & harp. Reels
63. Oisín. Song : The Bonny Light Horseman.
64. Matt Cranitch & Dave Hennessy, fiddle & accordion, Slides.
65. Bonus track : By The Streams of Bunclody - Fleadh Cheoil 1963


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