8 thoughts on “ Set Dance: The Blackbird - Bobby Gardiner - Memories Of Clare (CD, Album) ”

  1. Irish-music label founded by Justus O’Byrne DeWitt, Jr., owner of the O’Byrne DeWitt record store in Boston, Massachusetts. Active from ca. till when the O’Byrne DeWitt music shop closed. The All Ireland and white Copley labels, including the Scottish series, must have been used about just before the green Copley with the.
  2. Sitting in the corner of the room, and with the help of a little amplification, their music filled the bar and was well received by an appreciative audience. A few members even took to the floor for a mini-set! This new format to their gig will be continued for the next few gigs at The Club, which are scheduled for May 6th and June 3rd.
  3. Sep 29,  · Sound quality is variable, as tracks were recorded on different media over a long period, but this is a truly magnificent album of unaccompanied West Clare fiddling from some of the masters of the tradition. 1. Bobby Casey - The Reel of Mullinavat/Tie the Ribbons [Reels] 2. Bobby Casey - The Drunken Gauger [Set Dance] 3.
  4. Memories Of Clare, an album by Bobby Gardiner on Spotify. you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy. × Memories Of Clare By Bobby Gardiner. • 14 songs. Play on Spotify. Set Dance-The Blackbird. 7. Reels-Sally Gardens & Bucks of Oranmore. 0.
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  6. Also known as An Londubh, The Blackbird Set Dance. Festival CD by Scullys Fest; Fleadh Ceili by Various Artists; Folktrax Memories Of Clare by Bobby Gardiner; Merry Old Woman by Ballinamore Céilí Band; Mick Mulcahy by Mick Mulcahy; Music For The Sets Volume 4.
  7. Recorded mainly in Dublin with engineering support from Trevor Hutchinson, this CD showcases the combined talents of all three players as a wonderful ensemble, always greater than the sum of its parts, which reflects huge credit on all those involved. Mark Lysaght.
  8. Bobby Gardiner was born in Aughdarra, Lisdoonvarna, the Burren area of County Clare. He began playing at the age of eight, on his mother Delia's old melodeon with the likes of Micho Russell and Micleen Conlon. At the age of 15, he was asked to join the Kilfenora Céilí Band. In he joined Malachy Sweeney's Céilí Band from Armagh and.

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