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Good Friends … Good Music
Boys Of The Lough
w/Barney McKenna
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  • Good Friends - Good Music
    • 1977 - Transatlantic TRA 354 LP
    • 1977 - Philo PH1051 LP (USA)
    • 1998 - Philo Select CDPH1051 CD (USA)
  • Buenos Amigos … Buena Música
    • 1978 - Guimbarda TS-38007 LP (Spain)

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  • Side One
    1. Breton Wedding March/The Wild Irishman/The Scholar — w/Barney McKenna
    2. Down The Broom/The Gatehouse Maid
    3. Gaelic Mouth Music
    4. Farewell To Gibraltar/Captain Horne/The High Road To Linton
    5. Far From Home/Da Raod To Houll
    6. Hillswick Wedding/Robertson's
    7. Cadam Woods/The Bonnie Lass Of Bon Accord
    8. La Grande Chaine/The Newlywed's
  • Side Two
    1. Kitchen Girl/The New Riggit Ship
    2. Canadian
    3. Hop-High Ladies
    4. Dennis Murphy's/Leather Britches
    5. The Humours Of Ennistymon/The First House In Connaught/Roll Her In The Rye-Grass
    6. Kitty's Gone A-Milking/Master McDermott's
    7. The Flail/Paddy Doory's/The Pride Of Leinster
    8. The Midsummer's Night/The Tinker's Daughter/The Crock Of Gold

  • Musicians
    • Boys Of The Lough:
      • Dave Richardson: Cittern, Mandolin
      • Aly Bain: Fiddle
      • Cathal McConnell: Flute, Whistle
      • Robin Morton: Concertina, Bodhrán
    • Guest Musicians:
      • Banjo: Barney McKenna
      • Accordion: Tony McMahon
      • Vocals: Finlay MacNeill
      • Mandolin: Kenny Hall
      • Guitar: Willie Johnson, Willie Beaudoin, Kenny Hall
      • Dulcimer: Jimmy Cooper
      • Fiddle: Vincent Griffin, Louis Beaudoin, Jay Ungar, Deidre Shannon, Tommy Gunn, Brendan Gunn, Tony Smith
      • Flute: Pat Hanly, John Joe Maguire
      • Uilleann Pipes: Eamon Curran, Robbie Hughes
      • Piano: Sylvia Blaise
  • Credits
    • Recorded from 1976 to 1977:
    • Castle Sound Studios, Edinburgh. Engineer: Calum Malcolm. August 1976.
    • Eamon Andrews Studios, Dublin. Engineer: Brian Masterson. December 1976 & February 1977.
    • Hydepark Recording Studios, Templepatrick, Northern Ireland. Engineer: George Doherty. June & July 1977.
    • Pebble Beach Sound Records, Whorting. Engineers: Tony and Eli Platt. February 1977. Mixed at Polydor Studios, London.
    • Philo Studios, Vermont USA. Engineer: Mike Couture. April 1977.
    • Spectrum Studios, Venice California. Engineer: Arne Frager. April 1977.

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Crazy Moon
Hans Theessink
w/John Sheahan & Seán Cannon
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  • Crazy Moon
    • 1995 - Minor Music MM 1052 LP
    • 1995 - Blue Groove BG-7010 LP
    • 1995 - Blue Groove BG-7020 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. Rolling Stone
    2. Paint the Town Lyssna
    3. Lazy, Long Hot Summer's Day
    4. Power of Love
    5. Homecooking
    6. Homeless
    7. Sail Away (Randy Newman/Hans Theessink)
    8. Roll with the Punches Lyssna
    9. Crazy Moon Lyssna
    10. Train
    11. Tears are Rolling
    12. Get Down 'n Play the Blues
    13. Man with a Broken Heart

  • Musicians
    • Hans Theessink: Vocals, Guitars, Banjo, Jews, Mandolin, 12-String-Banjo, National Steelbody
    • Marcia Ball: Piano, Backing Vocals
    • Jon Sass: Tuba
    • Alee Thelfa: Drums
    • John "Mambo" Traenor: Washboard
    • Christian Pischel: Drums
    • Richard Bell: Hammond B3, Wurlitzer Piano, Piano, Accordion
    • John "Mambo" Traenor: Washboard, Triangle, Percussion
    • Ponty Bone: Accordion
    • Joe Morales: Tenor/Alto Saxophone
    • Art Of Brass Vienna: Horns
    • Cindy Cashdollar: Dobro
    • Spencer Starnes: Double Bass
    • Backing Vocals: Dorretta Carter, Terry Evans, Ray Williams, Willie Greene Jr., Olivia Reese, Janet Kyle & Birdia Williams-Miller
  • Credits
    • Producer: Hans Theessink
    • Engineers: John Rhyss & Tim Stanton
    • Assistant Engineer: Todd Burke
    • Layout Design: Harald Ergott
    • Photography: Peter Heinz
    • All tracks written by Hans Theessink, unless otherwise noted.

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The Rocky Road From Dublin
The Wild Irish Lasses
w/Barney McKenna, John Sheahan & Eamonn Campbell
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  • The Rocky Road From Dublin
    • 1995 - Best.Nr.WIL102. CD

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  • Track List:
    1. Farewell To Nova Scotia
    2. Lovely Jane
    3. Hornpipes: The Honeysuckle
    4. Sailing Again
    5. The Boys Of Killybegs
    6. South Australia
    7. The Rocky Road To Dublin
    8. Ill Tell Me Ma
    9. Farewell To Harstad
    10. Mairie's Wedding
    11. The Live Of The Rover
    12. The Maid Of The Sweet Brown-knowe
    13. Reels: Sporting Judith
    14. Red Is The Rose
    15. Patrick Street
    16. Bidding Farewell

  • The Wild Irish Lasses
    • "Judith" Pechoc: Vocal, Banjo, Fiddle, Guitar, Bouzouki, Mandoline
    • "Nadja" Milfait: Vocal, Cello, Tin Whistle, Guitar
  • Credits
    • Produced by Eamonn Campbell (in Ireland)
  • Notes:
    • I don't know which tracks "The Dubliners" plays on …

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Magic Power
The Wild Irish Lasses
w/Barney McKenna & Seán Cannon
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  • Magic Power
    • 1997 - Lassie Records Best.Nr.WIL103. CD

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  • Track List:
    1. Magic Power/Excalibur
    2. I Like To Be With You
    3. Polkas: New Roundabout/Ballydesmond No2/John Sullivan's
    4. Colm Cille Na F
    5. Sally Brown
    6. The Banjo Ringing Far
    7. Someone To Love Me
    8. Planxty: Lord Inchquin
    9. Whisky In The Jar
    10. True Lover John
    11. Far Away In Australia
    12. Welcome Poor Paddy Home
    13. Christmas Comes But Once In A Year: Reels: The Plains Of Boyle/Love, Will You Marry Me
    14. Sweet Little Bird
    15. Twa Recruiting Seargents
    16. Man With A Broken Heart
    17. I Wonder Where You Are

  • The Wild Irish Lasses
    • "Judith" Pechoc: Vocal, Banjo, Fiddle, Guitar, Bouzouki, Mandoline
    • "Nadja" Milfait: Vocal, Cello, Tin Whistle, Guitar
  • Guest Musicians
    • Hans Theessink: Vocals & Guitar (Track: 16)
  • Credits
    • Recorded in Dublin and Vienna.
  • Notes:
    • I don't know what track Seán Cannon plays on …

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Water from the Well
The Chieftains
w/Barney McKenna
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  • Water from the Well
    • 2000 - BMG RCA 09026-63637-2 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. Lots Of Drops Of Brandy
    2. Bean An Fhir Rua
    3. Jack Of All Trades
    4. Within A Mile Of Dublin/The Old Blackthorn — w/Barney McKenna
    5. The Dusty Miller
    6. The Lovely Sweet Banks Of Moy
    7. An Poc Ar Buile
    8. The Dingle Set
    9. Planxty George Brabazon
    10. The Donegal Set
    11. The May Morning Dew
    12. The Kilfenora Set
    13. An Buinneán Buí/The County Tyrone/Newry Hornpipe
    14. Ballyfin Polkas
    15. Casadh An Tsúgáin
    16. Live From Matt Molloy's Pub
    17. An Gaoth Aneas

  • Musicians
    • The Chieftains:
      • Kevin Conneff: Vocals, Bodhrán
      • Seán Keane: Fiddle
      • Martin Fay: Fiddle
      • Derek Bell: Harp, Piano, Harpsichord, Tiompan
      • Matt Malloy: Flute
      • Paddy Moloney: Tin Whistle, Uilleann Pipes, Accordion
    • Altan:
      • Daithi Sproule: Guitar
      • Ciaran Curran: Bouzouki
      • Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh, Ciaran Tourish: Fiddle
      • Dermot Byrne: Accordion
    • Kilfenora Ceilidh Band:
      • Michael Kelleher, Tommy Peoples: Fiddle
      • Seamus Hynes: Flute
      • Mary Corocoran: Piano
    • Additional Personnel:
      • Laurence Courtney: Vocals, Banjo
      • Seamus Begley: Vocals, Accordion
      • Frankie Lane, Daith Ó Sé, Ciarán Ó Gealbháin: Vocals
      • Barney McKenna: Banjo
      • Noel Grady: Bouzouki
      • Ashley Macisaac, John Mchugh, James Murphy, Cora Smyth: Fiddle
      • Janet Harbison, Laoise Kelly, The Belfast Harp Orchestra: Harp
      • Rev. Gary Hastings, Peter Horan, Peter Molloy: Flute
      • Dave Munnelly: Accordion
      • Eoin ó Beaglaoich: Concertina

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MacMahon from Clare
Tony MacMahon
w/Barney McKenna & John Sheahan
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  • MacMahon from Clare
    • 2001 - MACCD 001 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. An Buachaillín Bán (My Dear Irish Boy) (Slow Air)
    2. Toss The Feathers (Reels) - with Séamus Connolly
    3. Port Na Bpúcaí (Music Of The Ghosts) (Slow Air)
    4. The Battle Of Aughrim — Duet with Barney McKenna
    5. Poll Halfpenny & Mrs Galvin's Favourite (Set Dances) & The College Groves (Reel) - with John Beag Ó Flathartha Joining
    6. Caoineadh Eoghan Rua (Lament For Eoghan Rua O'Neill) (Slow Air)
    7. The Rolling Wave (An Tonn Reatha) (A Double Jig Of Complex Nature!)
    8. The College Groves & The Floggin' (Reels) - Duet with James Kelly
    9. Marcshlua Uí Néill (O'Neill's Cavalcade Notes)
    10. The Limerick Lassies — Duet with Joe Cooley
    11. Maro E Mar Maistress (My Love She Is No More)
    12. Garret Barry's Jig & The Gander In The Pratie Hole
    13. The Siege Of Guingcamp (March) - with Barney McKenna
    14. Amhrán Na Leabhar (A Lament For Lost Books)
    15. Apples In Winter & The Carraroe Jig — Duet with Séamus Connolly
    16. The Garden Of Daisies (Set Dance)
    17. The Haughs Of Cromdale (March) - with Barney McKenna, John Sheahan, Liam Ó Maonlaí

  • The Dubliners
    • Barney McKenna: Banjo
    • John Sheahan: Fiddle
  • Musicians
    • Tony MacMahon: Accordion
    • Joe Cooley: Accordion
    • Peadar Mercier: Bodhrán
    • Séamus Connolly: Fiddle
    • James Kelly: Fiddle
    • John Beag Ó Flathartha: Guitar
    • Liam Ó Maonlaí: Bodhràn (?)

Notes

In part because of his being outspoken about traditional music and so-called innovation, MacMahon has become quite an icon whose role as a spokesperson may have overshadowed his abilities as a musician. This excellent CD, MacMahon's second solo album only, should go a long way to help remind people of the latter. A retrospective in some ways, the album combines newly recorded tracks with archival recordings, like the duet with Joe Cooley recorded just before his death in 1972.

AN BUACHAILLÍN BÁN — My Dear Irish Boy (Slow Air)
(trad. arr. Tony MacMahon)
Recorded at Boston College Gaelic Roots Festival 1999
I can see him as I play this air, Séamus Ennis sitting on the side of his bed in a flat in Bleeker Street, New York in the July heat of 1964. ‘Stop there,’ he’d say as he guided me in the playing of slow airs. ‘Put the shiver into it now — think of the poem as you play.’ He made me learn the words before playing a note — and he also let you know whether or not he was pleased! There will never be another like you, Séamus …

TOSS THE FEATHERS — Reels with Séamus Connolly
(trad. arr. Séamus Connolly & Tony MacMahon)
It was Good Friday 2000 at the Blarney Star in Manhattan when Séamus bent over the fiddle, just as he did in Killaloe of a Sunday morning many years ago. We played Toss the Feathers in two versions, as we had remembered them from Joe Cooley. Falling into a rhythm of shared comfort, we played until the music became a reverie of pleasure.

PORT NA BPÚCAÍ — Music of the Ghosts (Slow Air)
(trad. arr. Tony MacMahon)
Recorded at Boston College Gaelic Roots Festival, 1999)
"The fairies, they say, are not immortal; they, too, know death — and the music that went over the house on the island of Inis Mhic Uileain that night was a lament for one of the fairy host that had died … " Robin Flower (writing about this ghostly air in 1946)

THE BATTLE OF AUGHRIM — Duet with Barney McKenna
(trad. arr. Barney McKenna & Tony MacMahon)
There was a great night’s music on May 23rd 2000 at a certain house in the Liberties of Dublin. While Barney & I played, Klaus Biegert poured the wine and Peter Gordon lay on the floor behind a recording machine the size of a wheel-barrow. We had played this old march on The Green Linnet television series 22 years earlier and we just wanted to see if it would come back to us again! Over to you, listener!

POLL HALFPENNY, MRS GALVIN’S FAVOURITE (Set Dances) & THE COLLEGE GROVES — With John Beag Ó Flathartha joining (Reel)
(trad. arr. Tony MacMahon)
I regard the music of Ellen Galvin from Moyasta, County Clare as the most inspirational I have ever heard. No one has a name for thing fling which she always played, but I can still see her crouched over the fiddle in Ennis in 1956. She died in 1961, bringing a mountain of music to the grave with her.

CAOINEADH EOGHAN RUA — Lament for Eoghan Rua O’Neill (Slow Air)
(trad. arr. Tony MacMahon)
Thanking Brendan Mulkere of Clare for playing this soulful air for me of a dull night in London many years ago, banishing depression. I hear it again when I think of our great Ulster chieftain, the victor of Benburb, who died in November 1649 — only months before the arrival of Cromwell …

THE ROLLING WAVE — An Tonn Reatha (A Double Jig of Complex Nature!)
(trad. arr. Tony MacMahon)
Though this tune has been called a slip-jig, its structure falls strictly within the realms of a double jig. Important to note, however, that because of its unusual phrasing, this is certainly a more complex tune than the usual double jig.

THE COLLEGE GROVES & THE FLOGGIN’ REEL — Duet with James Kelly
(trad. arr. James Kelly & Tony MacMahon)
James and I had a drink in Portland, Oregon one night in May 1985 and we decided we’d make a record together. Off we went to a dreary hall next day and played for an hour. We got fed up, packed up, went for a drink — and never mentioned the record again! Just goes to show that you should always be sober when making great plans!

MARCSHLUA UÍ NÉILL — O’Neill’s Cavalcade
(trad. arr. Peadar Mercier & Tony MacMahon)
I remember Peadar Mercier, how he took up the humble goatskin drum and leaned over it in a posture of musical repose. He played, the shadow of a smile hovering around the moustache, beatific, as always, in the love of music. Never since his death have I heard wiser words, nor had a rebuke delivered with such elegant indulgence! We recorded this selection in the company of Riobard Mac Góráin for RTÉ of a winter’s morning in 1972. The light of heaven to your soul, dear Peadar.

THE LIMERICK LASSIES — Duet with Joe Cooley
(trad. arr. Joe Cooley)
Finality hung in the air on 23rd November 1972 as we crowded into Lahiffe’s Bar in Peterswell, Co. Galway. We all sensed that Cooley was leaving us. We played these tunes towards the end of the night. It was an honour and a sadness to play with the master …

MARO E MAR MAISTRESS — My Love She is No More
Composer Pierre Fer
(trad. arr. Tony MacMahon)
Memories of my first visit to Brittany in 1973 — all those stirring marches from the Bagad Belimor, the elegant Breton dances, the fish and tawney Muscadet at night in le Port de Peche and the airy conversations with Soazig — the way she had of looking into the far distance with eyes of lightest blue …

GARRET BARRY’S JIG & THE GANDER IN THE PRATIE HOLE
(trad. arr. Tony MacMahon)
The accordion played here belonged to Joe Cooley from 1949 to 1954. Tommy Potts had often played these tunes at my home in Clare & I recorded them in London for Bill Leader & Reg Hall in April 1967 for Paddy in the Smoke. Being young and airy at the time, I went out, bought a tent and travelled France, Spain, & North Africa with my brother Dermot. We played Irish airs for coppers on the streets of unknown cities and lived like kings! Who said that youth was wasted on the young?

THE SIEGE OF GUINGCAMP — (March) with Barney McKenna
(trad. arr. Barney McKenna & Tony MacMahon)
Polig Monjarret stood like a medieval Breton chieftain as we stepped off the plane in Lorient. It was August 1972 and the Bagad Bleimor poured this thrilling march over hot asphalt and burnt kerosene. Never did a wall of such wonderful music fall on me, never was I so welcomed and never again did I make such friends: Cuff … Patrick Sicard … Dominique le Bouchier … Patrick Molard, Alan Cloatre … et Jean-Luc — adieu mon frère …

AMHRÁN NA LEABHAR — A Lament for Lost Books
(trad. arr. Tony MacMahon)
Mourning the loss at sea, off Derrymore Co. Kerry in or about 1840, of a collection of manuscripts and books in the Irish language. The tragedy was witnessed by the poet Tomás Rua Ó Súilleabháin from the vantage point of Cúm a’ Chiste. The books belonged to him and his grief is immortalised in this air.

APPLES IN WINTER & THE CARRAROE JIG — Duet with Séamus Connolly
(trad. arr. Séamus Connolly & Tony MacMahon)
Learned by both of us from the soulful music of Joe Cooley.

THE GARDEN OF DAISIES — Set Dance
(trad. arr. Tony MacMahon)
An umbrella of dark memory hung over this tune for me until one night at the Club Chonradh na Gaeilge in Dublin: Peadar Ó Riada took the accordion from me and played it several times over, redeeming & revealing its lyrical beauty. Prejudice banished, I now play it as often as I can!

THE HAUGHS OF CROMDALE — (March) with Barney McKenna, John Sheahan, Liam Ó Maonlaí
(trad. arr. Liam Ó Maonlaí John Sheahan, Barney McKenna, Tony MacMahon)
There were fine times that night in the Liberties, viciously hot lamb-curry fornicating with the grape in the gut! Electric light was not permitted, so Áine Ní Chuaig lit an oil-lamp brought by piper McKiernan from the village of Carna. We muttered praise to each other as we played this old march — how good it was to have Barney back with us, just out of hospital — glorying in a shared music of abandon!

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Spremenite Protokol (Change the Protocol)
Andrej Šifrer
w/John Sheahan & Eamonn Campbell
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  • Spremenite Protokol (Change the Protocol)
    • 2002 - Dallas Records SIF 154 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. Jarčeva Hruška
    2. Naj Nocoj Se Te Napijem
    3. Karneval
    4. Pobegniva!
    5. Jopa Iz Mnogih Barv (Coat Of Many Colors) (Dolly Parton — Slovenian Lyrics -Andrej Šifrer)
    6. Spremenite Protokol
    7. Škripa
    8. Slišim Travo Rast
    9. Pesem Za Tadejo
    10. Daj Mi Moč
    11. Moja Rozka 1. Del
    12. Moja Rozka 2. Del
    13. Božje Oko
    14. Dec Ne More (That's Amore) (Warren/Brooks — Slovenian Lyrics - Andrej Bajželj/Andrej Šifrer)
  • Instrumentalne Podlage (Instrumental versions):
    1. Jarčeva Hruška
    2. Naj Se Nocoj
    3. Spremenite Protokol
    4. Karneval
    5. Škripa
    6. Slišim Travo Rast'
    7. Dec Ne More

  • The Dubliners
    • John Sheahan: Fiddle (Tracks: 1 & 9), Tin Whistle (Track: 1), Backing Vocals (Tracks: 1 & 14)
    • Eamonn Campbell: Guitar (Track: 1), Mandolin (Track: 14), Backing Vocals (Tracks: 1 & 14)
  • Musicians
    • Des Moore: Guitar, Mandolin
    • Albert Lee: Lead Guitar
    • Andy O'Callaghan: Keyboards
    • Brian Habicht : Backing Vocals
    • Caleb Quaye: Electric Guitar
    • Dan Blessinger: Percussion
    • Dave Cooke: Hammond B-3 Organ
    • David Hidalgo: 4-string Mexican Tenor Guitar, Accordion, Hidalgerra
    • Des Lacy: Drums
    • Glen C. Holmen: Bass Guitar
    • Grant Geisman: Acoustic Guitar
    • Ken Hilton: Synthesizer
    • Michael Jerome Moore: Drums, Percussion
    • Richard Thompson: Lead Guitar
    • Rique Pantoja: Piano
    • Rozi In Janez Česen-Mezlanova: Backing Vocals
    • Tommy Donoghue: Bass
    • Additional Vocals: Choir from Lake Avenue Church & Gospel Choir from New Life Christian Center
  • Credits
    • Produced by Dan Blessinger & David Clark
    • Recorded at Martinsound, Westland Studios & David Cooke Studio
    • Photography: Marjan Cerar-Kramer
    • All Songs Written by Andrej Šifrer (unless otherwise noted)

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Prestestranna Ja, Vel Vel Vel
Tom Jackie Haugen
w/Seán Cannon
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    • 2008 - Busk BCD257 CD

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  • Track List:
    • Tom Jackie Haugen
      1. Legg Deg På Sia, Maria
      2. Kolikknatt (Haugens Vøggevise)
      3. Fikk Eg 'Kje Detta I Fjor?
    • Prestestranna Vel Vel Vel
      1. Donkedalstrusken
      2. Bestefars Hevn
      3. Barnefar
      4. Magda
      5. Kjell Smirnoff
      6. Tallak Går Fremmen
      7. Cirkus Tomgang
      8. Så Prøvær Me Åss Litt På Ingrid Bergmann
      9. Tørre Kaker & Klompute Mjælk
      10. Dsjeims Diin
      11. Å Gudrun (Låvvsång)
      12. Torleif Me Gråtass Me Tankvøgn Me Møk
      13. Stabbur & Eksosvise
      14. Preste Preste Preste Prestestranna
      15. Hælvor Småli (Live På Café Osebro, Porsgrunn '94)
      16. Gunnær Gt (Live På Café Osebro, Porsgrunn '94)
    • Seán Cannon & Tom Jackie Haugen
      1. Jansens Kafe/Fiddlers Green
      2. The Wild Rover/Sulten Å Hol
      3. Molly Malone
      4. The Leaving Of Liverpool
      5. Bunch Of Keys
      6. Whiskey In The Jar

  • Source:
    • My thanks to Per Jappée for sending my all the above information on this recording.

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The Rocky Road
Damien Dempsey
w/Barney McKenna & John Sheahan
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  • The Rocky Road
    • 2008 - United For Opportunity UFO 1014 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. The Rocky Road To Dublin
    2. Schoolday's Over
    3. Rainy Night In Soho
    4. The Twang Man
    5. Sullivan John
    6. Kelly From Killan/The Teetotaller
    7. The Foggy Dew
    8. Hot Asphalt
    9. Night Visiting Song
    10. The Hackler From Grouse/The Monaghan Jig
    11. Madam I'm a Darlin

  • Musicians
    • Damien Dempsey: Vocals, Banjo, Bouzouki, Guitar
    • Èamonn de Barra: Flute, Bodhrán, Piano, Harmonium, Background Vocals, Whistle
    • John L.T. McLoughlin: Bouzouki, Guitar, Mandolin, Background Vocals
    • Sharon Shannon: Button Accordion
    • Claire Kenny: Bass
  • Credits
    • Producer: John Reynolds
    • Engineers: Michael Manning, Ciaran Byrne & Tim Oliver
    • Mixing: Tim Oliver

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Birthday Bash
Hans Theessink
w/Barney McKenna, John Sheahan & Seán Cannon
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  • Birthday Bash
    • 2009 - Blue Groove BG-1820 CD

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  • CD One
    1. Welcome
    2. Slow Train
    3. Brand New Dawn
    4. Happy Birthday
    5. Gone Girl
    6. It'll Be Me
    7. Guess Things Happen That Way
    8. Back Home To You
    9. Banjoman
    10. Shake A Hand
    11. Bring It On Home
    12. Another Land
    13. Bourgeois Blues
    14. Glory Of Love
    15. Built For Confort
    16. I Shall Not Be Moved
  • CD Two
    1. Catch The Wind
    2. The Blues Done Have A Baby
    3. I Wish I Had Someone To Love Me
    4. Sail Away
    5. Slap Tap
    6. Ois Von Mir
    7. Herzverbunden
    8. Go, Du Bleibst Heit Nocht Bei Mir
    9. Colours
    10. Katrina
    11. No Expectations
    12. Sail Away
    13. You Got To Move
    14. See You Later Alligator
    15. Whiskey In The Jar
    16. Will The Circle Be Unbroken
    17. May The Road

  • The Dubliners
    • Barney McKenna: Vocals (Track: 19), Banjo (Tracks: 19, 20, 31 & 32)
    • John Sheahan: Fiddle (Tracks: 19, 20, 31 & 32)
    • Sean Cannon: Guitar (Tracks: 19, 20, 31 & 32), Vocals (Tracks: 20, 31 & 32 – 4th verse)
  • Musicians
    • Hans Theessink: Guitar, Vocals, Backing Vocals
    • Ali Thelfa: Vocals, Percussion
    • Allan Taylor: Guitar, Vocals
    • Donovan: Vocals, Guitar
    • Erich Buckebner: Bass
    • Gottfried Gfrerer: Guitar, Vocals
    • Harry Stampfer: Drums
    • Insingizi: Backing Vocals, Percussion
    • Jack Clement: Guitar, Vocals
    • Jon Sass: Tuba
    • Knud Moller: Guitar, Vocals
    • Lukas Resetarits: Vocals
    • Manfred Chromy: Upright Bass
    • Michael Saida: Tap Dance
    • Nalle: Vocals
    • Oliver Gruen: Guitar, Vocals
    • Roland Guggenbichler: Piano, Organ
    • Schiffkowitz: Guitar, Vocals
    • Stewart Lawrence: Percussion, Vocals
    • Terry Evans: Guitar, Vocals
    • Vlado Kreslin: Guitar, Vocals
  • Credits
    • Producer: Hans Theessink
    • Recorded at Metropol Vienna, April 5th & 6th, 2008
    • Edited & Mixed by Peter Cebul
    • Mastered by Christoph Wimmer, Horst Pfaffelmayer
    • Concert Producer: Milica Theessink
    • Recorded by Gerald Berthold, Peter Cebul
    • Live Sound Designer: Thomas Löffler

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The Ballads of Archie Thompson
George Murphy & The Black Donnellys
w/Barney McKenna & John Sheahan
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  • The Ballads of Archie Thompson
    • 2009 - Ashtown Records ATRCD1 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. The Foggy Dew
    2. The Life Boat Mona
    3. Sara
    4. Round And Round
    5. Peggy Gordon
    6. Springhill Mining Disaster
    7. Star Of The County Down
    8. Ol' Triangle
    9. Ballad Of Archie Thompson
    10. No Night Out In The Jail

  • Musicians
    • George Murphy: Vocals
    • The Black Donnellys:
      • Dave "Sparky" Hughes: Bass Guitar, Piano, Tin Whistle, Vocals
      • Dave Browne: Guitars, Octave Mandolin, Banjo
      • Gavin Carpenter: Banjo, Vocals
      • Steve Browne: Drums
      • Dave Rooney: Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
      • Sharon Hussey: Violin
  • Guests
    • Christy Dignam: Vocals (Track: 3)
  • Credits
    • Produced by Dave Hughes & Dave Browne

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