A bit of beach time, and the third of our compilations from the year of 2020. Featuring Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, Una Monaghan, Jason Rouse, Emma Lewis, Joanie Madden, Rita Farrell, Daithí Gormley, James Keane, Tara Howley, Sean Lally, Cathy Custy, Hajime Takahashi, Catherine McEvoy, Ciaran Kelly, Cameron Mather, Áine Tyrrell, Sean Mathews, Liam Thomas Bailey, Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin, Tola Custy and Tola Custy live with Ado Barker.
The tunes (I think we've got 'em all...)
Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh - Kitty Lie Over
Una Monaghan - Nana Nora's and The Clean Player
Jason Rouse - The Famous Ballymote / Scotch Mary
Emma Lewis - Dwyer's Jig / O'Sullivan's March / untitled jig
Joanie Madden - The Cat's Meow
Rita Farrell - The Happy Days of Youth and Colonel Rodgers' (often known as McKenna's 1 & 2)
Daithí Gormley - Last Night's Fun
James Keane - tunes to bring his father back for a visit - Tom Ward's Downfall, Farewell to Erin (from the playing of Paddy O'Brien) and Dillon's Fancy
Tara Howley - The Legacy/Paidín Ó Raifeartaigh
Sean Lally - The May Morning Dew / Humours of Ballyloughlin
Cathy Custy - A Jig and the Cliffs of Moher
Hajime Takahashi - Unnamed Tune
Catherine McEvoy - Bánchnoic Éireann Ó
Ciaran Kelly - The Showman's Fancy and The Galway Hornpipe.
Cameron Mather - Fergal O’Gara’s / The Bag of Spuds / The Boys of ‘45
Áine Tyrrell - In This House
Sean Mathews - Welcome to Ballsgrove
Liam Thomas Bailey - The Broken Parts + The Maids of Mitchelstown
Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin - The Deepest Breath
Rita Farrell - The Drunken Gauger / The Humours of Ballingarry / The Girl From the Big House
Tola Custy - Love at the Ending
Tola Custy with Ado Barker - The Broken Pledge/The Porthole of the Kelp/Jenny's Welcome to Charlie
Our heartfelt thanks go outto everyone who's supported the podcast over the past year with emails, chats, words of encouragement and suggestions. And to the musicians.
Seriously - without you all, we wouldn't be doing this. All the best from us to you for 2021. Hang in there.
Darren and Dom
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