Top Ten Traditional Albums - February 2019

Detailed below are the Top 10 traditional Irish albums for February 2019.  Each month we feature the top 10 albums, write follow up articles and present sounds from all new releases. 

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1. Paddy Tutty and Caoimhín Ó Fearghail - Fiddle and Flute
2. Tommy Fitzharris and Dónal Mc Cague - Bank of Turf
3. Mike McGoldrick and Dezi Donnelly - Dog in Fog
4. Conor O'Loughlin, Bryan O' Leary, Cathal Ó Curráin, Marty Barry and Felix Morgenstern - Conifers
5. Laoise Kelly - Ceis
6. Jimmy Power - Go Home and Have Your Dinner
7. Yvonne Casey - Croí
8. James Byrne - The Beirneach - Field Recordings of Donegal Fiddler
9. Johnny Óg Connolly - Fear Inis Bearachain
10. Antoin Mac Gabhann and Caitlín Nic Gabhann - Tobar Bhríd


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