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And now a trio from Spain called SHYMEN

Nicely played, lads

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kHMdStULTk


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I've no idea who these guys are but fair play to them for getting the flat set out..I like it

Moore and Broaders:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5JqzYbOg1k


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And now a bunch of folk with a great name...The Doggy Few...love it.

The piper is noted to be Ken Murphy ( I can't personally confirm that) and the squeallers aren't really deployed until 2 minutes in

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7L18Y012NqQ


See what you think!
I like it.


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Now a group I know nothing about...Crooked Mile

Is it just me thinking that he needs to push his reed down the throat a smidgin? (or squeeze harder maybe??)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgIvQ78CUaY



I'm guessing America as the place this was recorded...any offers?


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boyd wrote:
I've no idea who these guys are but fair play to them for getting the flat set out..I like it

Moore and Broaders:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5JqzYbOg1k

Recorded live in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Jimmy Moore and Pat Broaders are from Ireland--living in Chicago. I like the pipes, He plays good, but that elelctric guitar backup - well, you know... :wink:

If you like the Limestone Rock, you gotta hear this one on the C set.
Good stuff Boyd, keep them coming.

I see they've got another clip...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLGGl8yf8cc

I think this piper has a good future.


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I wonder how many times Pat has caught his regs with that large ring hanging off his belows arm strap. :D What make of chanter and drones/regs is Pat using here?

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I wonder how many times Pat has caught his regs with that large ring hanging off his belows arm strap. :D

Yeah, that's a big O'ring. I pushed the full screen button on YouTube and it looks like the ring dangles back behind the regs far enough.
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What make of chanter and drones/regs is Pat using here?

Don't know, but there seems to be a few people here that know him. Reading his profile, it looks like he's already had a nice future here since 1990. He plays with a lot of well knowns and is, or has, already made his own CD.


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He's made at least one with Jimmy which I have. Nice piping.

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2 from Denis Brooks:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzRdla8bnVY

and this ones a bit freaky :boggle: ..............

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PySznVUhGgM



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"DisKan" in concert- East at Glendart set


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xxjf9Q-Sxwg


and there's a few more that you'll see to link on to from there.....


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Gael-Linn....one from the archives of RTE


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iqp4I8bNq54



...but who is the piper?

Peter L ...any ideas?

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No idea about this one...anyone got any thoughts?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrrERuxb2bA


Given as a session in the Temple Bar...piper is in the foreground on the left...beardy bloke


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No idea about this one...anyone got any thoughts?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrrERuxb2bA


Given as a session in the Temple Bar...piper is in the foreground on the left...beardy bloke


I find it interesting, unusual and just a little sad that the sessioneers feel they need to have microphones for their session. :D

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For the archives. Steve Turner.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uk3mulfwa1s
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-whWV27IYyI


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Joseph E. Smith wrote:
I find it interesting, unusual and just a little sad that the sessioneers feel they need to have microphones for their session. :D


Who says the sessioneers feel they need them? We have mics at the session I lead, but that was at the landlord's request, so he could pipe the music upstairs and out to the sidewalk, enticing passersby to enter and enjoy. We reluctantly agreed, and it's worked out just fine.

I've devised an inconspicuous setup, with the mics hanging from a rig on the ceiling, with small monitors just above them. When it's crowded in the pub we can still hear one another over the mating cries of the punters. :twisted:

What's more than a little sad is that the owner of the pub in that clip won't turn off the d@mn TV...

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