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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

From 1983, Celtic Stone

This cassette is a fine example of a modern-day take on music from the Aulde Countrie.  "Modern" meaning 1983, that is.

Here's an "unnofficial" home page for Celtic Stone, which may or may not be the name of Clauss & Llewellyn's "group."

Here's a similar page of notes for this particular album.

The selections are:

01. Little Beggarman (with "The Red-Haired Boy") (2:52)
02. Drowsy Maggie (2:18)
03. Pedding Up the Hill / Merrily Kiss the Quaker (3:17)
04. Flowering Wolves (The Flowers of Edinborough / Howling Wolves) (2:22)
05. John Barleycorn (7:23)
06. The Irish Washerwoman / Swallowtail Jig (2:08)
07. Slides (The Ballyfin Slide, O'Keefe's Slide, The Cock of the North) (2:05)
08. Do You Love an Apple? (3:38)
09. Irish Polkas (The Jenny Lind Polka, Dennis Murphy's Polka, Maurice Manley's Polka) (3:26)
10. Gerryowen / Brian Boru's March (4:13)
11. Two Magicians (5:04)
12. The Black Nag (2:46)

And now you can start reelin' and jiggin' yourself!

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