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September 3rd

Paddy Cronin and Frank Neylon


Galway Reel, The Woman of the House

Butcher's March, Old Man Dillon
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September 4th

Paddy Cronin and Frank Neylon


Paddy Finley's, Red Haired Lass

The Clare, Maid in the Cherry Tree
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Oh Sweet Jesus, I'm loving some of this Paddy Cronin stuff...
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Any chance of getting you to post some more music on here? What you've been doing is great, I know we all appreciate it and would like to see more. Haven't seen any new stuff in a while. I'd particularly like to see more Coleman and Morrison if you have any.

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klutz0705 wrote:Any chance of getting you to post some more music on here? What you've been doing is great, I know we all appreciate it and would like to see more.


Hear, hear! Your work is totally, totally appreciated and I know there are lots of folks who would love to see you put more stuff up there (is there more Paddy Cronin to be heard?)! Do you have any plans to post more?
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Purely chance that I noticed your posts here - pipes forum is about the only one I frequent any more.

I've posted all the non-reissued Coleman and Cronin. Coleman did make one more solo 78 and a record of duets with Tom Morrison (flute) that has never been discovered except in catalogs, I believe. Paddy made two LPs in the 70s, Kerry's Own and the Rakish Paddy, that sometimes show up on eBay. He also made an LP in the early 60s I don't even have a dub of.

I hoped to get some more trades going but nothing ever materialized so oh well. One person I contacted was Galway piper Emmett Gill who has another CD of old records out: OldTime Records Vol. 2, available in the US from Celtic Grooves. This has a couple of the sides I sent to the Archive, also a Killoran side I've never heard of before.
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Thanks again for posting these! What a treasure!
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