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Music From Our Hearth

by Liam's Fancy

A wide range of Scots and Irish ballads with superb BC box accompaniment along with a few top-notch tunes.
Genre: World: Celtic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Johnny Todd - Song - 2:36
2:36 album only
2. Song for Ireland - Song - 4:52
4:52 album only
3. Some Sligo Tunes - Jigs - 4:25
4:25 album only
4. Morning Glory - Song - 3:46
3:46 album only
5. Peggy Gordon - Ballad - 4:40
4:40 album only
6. Iniscealtra/Town Teine/Ormond Sound - Reels - 3:53
3:53 album only
7. Down By The Liffeyside - Song - 3:14
3:14 album only
8. Down By The Sally Gardens - Song - 3:23
3:23 album only
9. Nancy Whiskey - Song - 3:08
3:08 album only
10. The Midway Coaltrain/The Collooney Teapot - Marches - 4:36
4:36 album only
11. Runnin' Like A River - Song - 5:12
5:12 album only
12. Three Session Jigs - 3:19
3:19 album only
13. Little Musgrave - Ballad - 9:18
9:20 album only
14. Sean South - Song - 3:28
3:28 album only


Album Notes
This graceful duo unlocks the drive and passion within The Music. Over the past few years they have become mainstays and points-of-reference for the burdgeoning Irish Trad music scene around the Ohio River Valley.

They deeply value the friendships and cultural connections that have sprung from their home and now reach around the world, and feel fortunate to have been welcomed at manys the musical hearth.

So here's a bit of our own music - welcome to the hearth!

Beverly Buchanan:

Bev has developed a bit of a cult following in recognition of her tasteful and lively renderings of some of the great oulde tunes from the west of Ireland, and her stylish accompaniment to Dan's singing is superb. She is recognized as one of the leading trad box players in America's heartland.

Dan Cummins:

Over several decades, Dan has crafted his own unique style, reflecting a love and respect for his family's heritage along with a fervor to keep the party going. Dan is a rare singer. He might deliver a classic pub favorite in one breath - in the next he'll sing a song in an older style. He has successfully worked with some of the greatest Irish Trad players of his generation.

Kathryn Cummins:

Daughter Kathryn grew up in a household filled with balladry and tunes. Katie is a fine young horsewoman, and a dedicated undergraduate at the University of Evansville. She contributes a couple of lovely song selections on this CD.



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Martin McCann

Liams Fancy plays Irish music for the rest of us
This is a truely beautiful CD. For me Dan's choice of songs is evidence of his great talent. He is a singer with great passion and depth which is very rare,a true storyteller. Just listen to Little Musgrave and judge for yourself.
When I heard Dan's daughter Kathryn sing I thought apples dont fall far from the tree ,Listen and then you'll agree.
Beverly, like Dan plays her music from her heart ,she is a great player with vison and conviction. She plays a wonderful old style,full and melodic, listen to her play Paddy O Brien"s music the way he played and enjoy Irish music at its finest.

Judith Griffin

Wonderful addition to my collection of music from around the globe. I thoroughly enjoy each jig! The singing is absolutely fantastic and I think Kathryn is the best one of all of you :)

Jude T. Feld

Liam's Fancy Does It Again!
Every CD produced by Liam's Fancy gets better and better. Music From Our Hearth is a magnificent blend of tunes, reflecting a myriad of emotions, from the giddiness of an Irish jig, to the exultation of winning the Kentucky Derby, to the pain of adultery and the sorrow of death. Miss Cummins has the voice of an angel and adds a lovely contrast to this beautiful palette of music.

Todd & Ginny

Just "superb"?
"A wide range of Scots and Irish ballads with superb BC box accompaniment along with a few top-notch tunes." Just superb?? That's an insult. Bev is a box godess.

Thanks Dan and Bev for all the great tunes!!

Liz Buchanan

The love of irish music
I love the CD. I particulary enjoy Dan and Katie's singing. Also, I love the instruments playing. I am so blessed to have three talented cousins. Since listening to my cousins I have become a great fan of irish music.

Herb Huebner

Genuine song selection, craftsmanlike playing, and Kathryn's glowing vocals....You won't hear better in the Emerald Isle!

Herb Huebner

Genuine song selection, craftsmanlike playing, and Kathryn's glowing vocals....You won't hear better in the Emerald Isle!

Alex Sturbaum

Box playing
Bev does for button accordion playing what Stonehenge does for rocks.


A brilliant CD, an Irish traditional gem.
Liam's Fancy are a pleasure to listen to. Dan Cummins can carry a ballad as sweetly and strongly as anyone I have heard in years. I grew up in Ireland but have seldom heard a more soulful, passionate pair than Liam's Fancy. Beverly holds the music together with a beautiful touch on the accordian and their daughter Kathryn is definitely a chip of the musical family block. If you don't have it, you're missing out.

Peadar MacGearilt

True to the tradition
Proof that many over-produced recordings are over-rated. This is a lovely collection of reels and jigs played with style and attention to detail. The phrasing and emellishments in Beverly's playing are tastefully applied to each tune, giving the music a lilt--that essential ingredient that is truly Irish. Dan sings with power and conviction throughout: ballads and traditional songs as they are meant to be heard. From the heart(h).