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The Gold Ring

by Ogham

Traditional Irish music on fiddle and bodhran.
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
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1. The Jug of Punch/Doctor Gilbert's
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3:07 album only
2. The Silver Spear / McMahon's
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3:45 album only
3. Cronin's / Chief O'Neill's Favorite
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4:09 album only
4. Paddy Fahy's / Morrison's / The Swans in the Rushes
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3:30 album only
5. The Slockit Light
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4:36 album only
6. Knocknaboul / Finnish Polkas
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3:37 album only
7. The Piper's Despair / Miss McLeod's
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3:01 album only
8. Johnny Mickey's / Where is the Cat
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2:47 album only
9. Her Long Dark Hair Flowing Down her Back / The Home Ruler
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4:35 album only
10. The Pitchforks
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2:59 album only
11. Morris Making Pandies / Kids and Skirts
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3:18 album only
12. Doctor O'Neill's
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2:57 album only
13. The Ash Plant / The Virginia Reel
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3:09 album only
14. The Gold Ring
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4:03 album only
15. Larry Redican's / The Oak Tree
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Music is coloured by the place and time in which it is created. In late June and early July 2009 Amanda and I got married, took a two-week honeymoon in Ireland, and had the chance to spend a few lovely days with our friends recording this album of traditional Irish music. We hope that our joy in creating this music carries over in the listening.


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