The First of May – Harry Bradley

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Harry Bradley is an Irish flute player. He is accompanied by James Carty (fiddle), Sean Gavin (flute), Colm Gannon (accordion, melodeon) in this CD.

Liosta Traiceanna / Tracklisting –

  1. Ah, Surely! / The Flowers Of Red Hill (reels)
  2. The Gallant Boys Of Tipperary/ The Whinny Hills Of Leitrim (jig & slip jig)
  3. The First House In Connaught/ The Ravelled Hank Of Yarn (reels, with James Carty)
  4. The Dancer At The Fair/ Fisher’s (hornpipes)
  5. Happy To Meet, Sorry To Part/ The Rakes Of Kildare (jigs)
  6. John Egan’s/ Tommy Reck’s (polkas, with Sean Gavin)
  7. The Hare’s Paw/ Mama’s Pet (reels)
  8. Donegal German/ Charlie O’Neill’s (germans, with Colm Gannon)
  9. Jackie Coleman’s Number 2/ Jim Coleman’s (reels, with Colm Gannon)
  10. The Boys Of The Town/ Quinn’s (jigs, with James Carty)
  11. The Humours Of Ballyconnell/ The Chicago (reels, with James Carty)
  12. The Kerry/ Untitled (single jigs, with Sean Gavin)
  13. The Laurel Bush/ The Master’s Return (reels, with Sean Gavin)
  14. The First Of May/ The Wren’s (hornpipes with Colm Gannon)

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