The Maids of Feakle!

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The Maids of Feakle!

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Using iMovie & Garage Band on my new iMac, I've come up with this:

The Maids of Feakle

I'm playing a C/G Suttner, Sobell Mandolin & D Jews Harp.

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Dick
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Here's another, featuring my C/G Suttner again.

Paddy Fahy's Jig.

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Love the Jews harp Dick,
Have you heard the Wright brothers
From the old Lark in the Clear Air lp?
I believeyou may know my old band mate Jerry O Donnell
Now living upthere on the coast.
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dunnp wrote:Love the Jews harp Dick,
Have you heard the Wright brothers
From the old Lark in the Clear Air lp?


Oh yes & I remember buying that LP, back in 74 when it first came out ... & I still have it.
In fact, I was playing with Michael Wright in Aberdeen quite recently, at the Button Boxes & Moothies Festival.

dunno wrote:I believeyou may know my old band mate Jerry O Donnell
Now living upthere on the coast.


Yes indeed, he's joined our Thursday & Friday night sessions here, in Portrush & Ballycastle!

Here's the evidence! :twisted: :twisted:

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Dick
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