Flute: Month of January, Podbean

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Flute: Month of January, Podbean

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06/07/17 Rip Van Winkle, here, after a small nap...
Arbo Doughty sends two on flute: Month of January and "Two Reels Podbean."

That sure came at me out of the blue after about 3 years. Had to relearn the web editor and figure out how to get into the server. Now it's bedtime.
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Well I googled 'Arlo Doughty' (nice steady unfussy playing, something seriously wrong with his Caps Lock key) and 'Two reels podbean' and, to be honest, I'm still none the wiser .... :)
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I've kind of always liked Arbo Doughty's take on various tunes, whether on flute, whistle, or pipes. The Month of January seems to reflect some of the tune Lough Erin Shore, aka Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore, if my ear is hearing it ok. Thanks for posting Arbo and Tony.
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