(September 2002) 23 tracks (74 mins): The Mountain Lark / The Morning Star * The Blooming Meadows / The Colliers' Jig * An Buachaill Dreoite * The West Wind / The Flogging Reel * Táim in Arrears / Hardiman the Fiddler * The Curragh Races / The Swallow's Tail * Down the Back Lane / Fraher's Jig * The Mills are Grinding / The Knocknagow Reel / The Doonagore Reel * Cronin's Hornpipe / The Leitrim Fancy * The Wandering Minstrel / Árd an Bhothair / Bímís ag Ól * The Trip to Athlone / Banish Misfortune * The Flax in Bloom / The Dairy Maid * The Gold Ring * The Humours of Castlefinn / Kitty gone a' Milking * Touch Me if You dare / Lord Gordon's Reel / Sword in Hand * Jackson's Morning Trush / The Pipe on the Hob * Give Us a Drink of Water / The Humours of Derrykissane * Seán Ó Duibhir an Ghleanna * The Lark in the Morning / When the Cock crows It is Day * Seán Reid's Favourite / The Bank of Ireland / Miss Thornton's Reel * I buried My wife and danced on top of Her / Tiocfaidh Tú Abhaile Liom * The Boy in the Gap / Kiss the Maid behind the Barrel * The Old Bush / Rakish Paddy / My Love is in America.
Timeless music on pipes, fiddle and flute, this is a worthy successor to their acclaimed album of some years back, The South West Wind. Altogether this is a delightful recording of old-fashioned Clare music, full of the lift and jollity that good Irish dance music requires.
Ronan Browne (Harrington B pipes, B flat flute) and Peter O'Loughlin (B and B flat fiddle, Cotter E flat flute) with Maeve Donnelly (E flat and B flat fiddle, viola) and Geraldine Cotter (piano).
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