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Phil preforms a selection of his fifteen favorite Celtic melodies. Of these nine are piano solos, on which he shows how the beauty of the tune is enhanced by the sound of his piano styling. From the martial, The Minstrel Boy through the soulful, My Lagan Love to the beautiful folk ballad, My Love Is like a Red, Red Rose, nothing comes between us and his piano.
Phil is joined in instrumental duets by Billy Connolly (autoharp) - Rowan Tree, Finbar Furey (pipes and whistles) - The Praties They Grow Small, Moya Brennan (harp) - The Lass of Augrim and Paul Brady (whistle) -Farewell to Inishowen. A must for Phil’s many fans.
Combining Irish folk and old-fashioned rock n’ roll, Gaelic Storm’s original songs tell great stories featuring themselves or characters they created: Scalliwag, Born to Be a Bachelor, Raised on Black and Tans, The Night I Punched Russell Crowe and Kiss Me I’m Irish. New to this album is their take on Whiskey in the Jar, as well as the current line-up’s ver- sion of Irish Party in Third Class - their debut in the film, “Titanic”. If that doesn’t make you hungry for more, the cover surely will.
A great collection of songs by The Pogues. The writing brilliance of Shane MacGowan is shown in the original compositions: If I Should Fall from Grace, A Pair of Brown Eyes, Sally MacLennane, Streams of Whiskey and the best Christmas song of all time, Fairytale of New York. The band’s Irish roots stand out in the covers: Dirty Old Town, Young Ned of the Hill, Thousands Are Sailing and the classic The Irish Rover, which paired them with the Dubliners. (18 tracks)
Ireland's favorite folk band performs upbeat versions of traditional ballads including: Follow Me Up to Carlow; Schooldays Over, Spancil Hill, Kelly the Boy from Killane, Ride On and Nancy Spain. They strike a more appropriately solemn tone on Grace and the anti-war ballad, The Green Fields of France. They pay tribute to American folk with Goodnight Irene. Their brilliant multi-instrumentalist support of these tracks confirms their solid roots in Irish traditional music.
An all instrumental collection of Irish tunes played on haro,fiddle whistle.
A terrific collection of Irish songs performed by Ireland's best loved vocalists and ballad groups - this was the golden age of Irish music. Paddy Reilly, Johnny McEvoy, Jim McCann, Sean Dunphy, Brendan Bowyer, Dublin City Ramblers and Barleycorn.
Although they have firm roots in Boston, Dropkick's appeal is worldwide. their new album opens with Finbar Furey's Lonesome Boatman, with their voices substituting for the whistle. Barroom Ballads - First Class Loser and I Had a Hat are backed by their Irish instrumentation. The song 4-13-15 is a salute to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. The album closes with the anthem, Till the Next Time.