Playlist (14). Kidnappers Ceilidh, no. 517

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Specialising in tradition-based instrumental music.
Today: Seldom Sober; Aoibheann & Pamela Queally [keli]; Ross Ainslie and Seamus Sands.

Artist: Title (Duration) (Composer/Lyricist) "Album title" Record Label CatNo, Date. (Medium) [Country] (E-Address) [Comment]

1. Aoibheann & Pamela Queally: The groves (3.57) (Traditional) "Beyond the bellows & the bow" Aoibheann & Pamela Queally APQCD001, 2019. (CD) [IE] ( [Ng 780, Session #3977]

2. Seamus Sands: The elusive Pimpernel (3.32) (Josephine Keegan) "A deep pool" Seamus Sands SSSCD200, 2018. (CD) [IE] ( [Ng 7667]

3. Nollaig Casey: Lament for General Monroe (3.40) (Traditional) "Sibling revelry" Old Bridge OBMCD22, 2015. (CD) [UK] ( [O'Neill #37]

4. Eric Falconer: The road to Yair (3.13) (Eric Falconer) "The road to Yair" Brigside BS159, 2019. (CD) [SC] (

5. Ross Ainslie: Jock Brown's 70th / Tain in the rain / High drive (3.06) (Gordon Duncan; Gordon Duncan; Gordon Duncan) "The music and the land (the concert)" Greentrax CDTRAX 392, 2016. (CD) [SC] ( [Session #10023; Session #17914; Session #4428]

6. Fiachra O'Regan: The ladies pantalettes / The first house in Connaught (2.13) (Traditional; Traditional) "Aisling gheal: traditional Irish music on the uilleann pipes" Fiachra O'Regan 5391512444365, 2008. (CD) [IE] ( [Ng 558, Session #2050; Ng 632, Session #2601]

7. Seamus McGuire & John Lee: Burns' farewell (3.01) (Traditional) "The legacy of Stephen Grier" McGuireLeeMusic MCGLMCD022018, 2018. (CD) [IE] ( [Ng 4097, Session #8371]

8. Black-Tie Banjo: Dinkey (2.15) (Alfred D Cammeyer) "At home" Black-Tie Banjo BTB1101, 1996. (CD) [US] (

9. Michael Johnathon: Moonfire (2.35) (Michael Johnathon) "Moonfire: the banjo album" PoetMan PMR70026, 2018. (CD) [US] (

10. Mick Foster: The shaskeen and Paddy Fahey (2.04) (Traditional; Paddy Kelly) "Traditional Irish music: All Ireland Senior Champion (1960-1970) piano accordion" Pye Golden Guinea GSGL10487, 1972. (LP) [UK] [Ng 1758, Session #615; Ng 1511, Session #2125]

11. Seldom Sober: The boogie set: That's right too / Sweeney's buttermilk / The boogie reel (4.17) (Liz Carroll; Traditional; John Nolan) "Six months in confession" Seldom Sober 888295875608, 2019. (CD) [US] ( [Ng 1894, Session #1703; Ng 1857, Session #556; Ng 1857, Session #556]

12. Fife Strathspey and Reel Society: The navvy / The Liverpool hornpipe / The Sherwood Rangers (2.31) (Traditional; Traditional; Traditional) "The fiddle sounds of Fife: a selection of traditional Scottish music played by the Fife Strathspey and Reel Society" Kettle Records KOP5, 1980. (LP) [SC] [MyStrathspey #2152; Ng 1140; Ng 2097]

13. Yankee Ingenuity: Milton quadrille: Reel de Montreal / Set de la Baie Saint Paul (3.50) (Traditional; Traditional) "Kitchen junket: traditional New England square dances and music" Fretless FR200A, 1977. (LP) [US] [Session #1346; -]

14. Ted McGraw: Waltz Cottage Lee: Cottage by the Lee / The stone outside Dan Murphy's door / Come back Paddy Reilly (4.29) (Dick Farrelly; John Patterson; Percy French) "80 years in the making" Edward McGraw 888295827898, 2018. (CD) [US] ( [-; Session #6241; Session #17495]

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