The Burren Boys | The Western Shore

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World: Celtic Folk: Irish Traditional Moods: Instrumental
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The Western Shore

by The Burren Boys

Full-tilt traditional and original tunes from a Northwest band with it's soul in the west coast of Ireland.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Connaughtman's Rambles / My Darling Asleep / The Cliffs of Moher
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2. The Western Shore / The Gravel Walk / Farewell to Ireland
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3. Scully's Jig / Knocknagow
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4. The Ramblin' Irishman
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5. The Butlers of Glen Avenue / Helvic Head
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6. Congress Reel / The Glass of Beer / The Punter's Graveyard
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7. Molly na gCuach ní Chuilleanáin
2:57 $0.99
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8. Running for the Ferry / The Kid on the Mountain
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9. The Tender Coming
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10. The Musical Priest / The Sailor's Bonnet / Sporting Pat
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11. Banish Misfortune / The Humors of Trim / Flowers of the Spring, King of the Pipers / The Lark in the Morning
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This evocative group draws together musical influences from Ireland, Brittany, the Balkans, and a touch of rock ’n roll. They show up with a variety of instruments - fiddle, whistles, low whistles, bouzouki, banjo, guitar, bodhran and bass - and play traditional and original tunes. They have also been known to favor their listeners with occasional songs sung in Irish as well as English. Their arrangements weave together traditional and modern influences, and range from full-tilt reels and jigs to intricate multi-part tunes. When they play ceilis, everyone gets up to dance.

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