Mick O'Brien agus Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh | Kitty Lie Over

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Kitty Lie Over

by Mick O'Brien agus Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh

Sumptuous and gentle music on fiddle and uilleann pipes from two of Ireland's best traditional musicians
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
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1. Kitty Lie Over, Munster Buttermilk
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2. Teampall an Ghleanntáin, Hickey's
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3. Mickey Callaghan's Slide, Winnie Hayes' Jig
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4. Biddy from Sligo, Punch for the Ladies
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5. Woman of the House, Rolling in the Ryegrass
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6. An Manglam, The Fairy Reel, I Have No Money
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7. Rathawaun, The Hare in the Corn
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8. The Sporting Pitchfork, The Rambling Pitchfork
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9. The Lady on the Island, Seanbhean na gCártaí
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10. Young Tom Ennis, The Rose in the Heather
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11. An Londubh
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12. The Copper Plate, Paddy Gone to France, The Wind that Shakes the
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13. Dillon Brown, Sarah Hobbs
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14. Na Ceannabháin Bhána, Máirseáil Alasdruim, Munster Buttermilk
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15. The Silver Spear, Mullin's Fancy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Chosen as the NO.1 ALBUM OF 2003 by Earle Hitchner in the Irish Echo.

'Kitty Lie Over' is already widely regarded as one of the classics, an enduring and defining album in its field. Featuring two of Ireland's best loved traditional musicians, this gentle music on uilleann pipes and fiddle has become indispensable to fans of Irish music all over the world.

The warm and mellow music draws inspiration from Sliabh Luachra's heritage, fiddle and pipes melting together to create an aural treat, a feast for the ears. The fact that there is no accompaniment seems to give this album an especial appeal, the laidback ease of these two masters at work creating the illusion of calm. Guaranteed to please!


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MC

Great Stuff!
A must have - the combination of pipes and fiddle gives such a richness to each and every tune.

Robin Rumney

Tradition at it's best
This CD is A MUST for any lovers of the Irish Tradition. Having seen it played live in the Great Hall of an ancient castle at Baltimore in Co. Cork it is a memory that will live with me for a long time.

finepath

Dead On
This CD is truly dead on, deep elem trad ! The low tuned fiddle in perfect concert with the pipes is rich and harmonic. The tunes are ballsy, meaty, play it again stuff, all keepers. I am half way through learning all the tunes on the album. I wish all my cds were this good, but then that's why the good ones are rare! Fair play lads!

Matt

Tradition in the raw
This album shows us what Irish music should sound like. Nothing fancy; just pipes and fiddle, the two instruments Irish music is grounded in.

robert shanahan

play it
two wonderfull musicians a recording to do a piper on the air of eire a fiddler-multi instrmentalist awake to anything-everything this to say KITTY LIE OVER is recording of immense value but dont think academic think joy a craic of sound play it over and over the tones are sublime on the cd slick they mention the honoured past greats of true irish music i think because they now stand with them