Two Micks And A Chick | Whistlin' From The Green

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Whistlin' From The Green

by Two Micks And A Chick

Irish music; this isn't candy but tree bark. A salty wind after a sweet kiss.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. The Clare Jig
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2. If I Was a Blackbird
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3. Botany Bay
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4. Come By the Hills
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5. The Star of the County Down
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6. Beggarman
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7. Shamrock Shore
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8. The Fields of Athenry
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9. The Frost Is All Over
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10. Will You Go Lassie/ Celtic Towers
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11. Whiskey in the Jar
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12. Bonny Portmore
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13. The Road to Lisdoonvarna/swallowtail Jig/clare Jig
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Album Notes
The Two Micks,(Mike Rider and Mick Lynch), are both third generation Irishman poets from Chicago and New York. The Chick – Andrea Bond, well they’re not positive where she’s from. Belfast probably. Andrea's classically trained.

Before they all got together, Mike was performing Shakespeare and playing in Irish bars, while Mick was singing ballads and fiddling around at the Café Aroma. That’s where they met.

One day this gorgeous opera singer appeared.“I’m searching for a music that will be more meaningful", she insisted. "Music that will inspire my listeners. I want to be more earthy”.

("She wept she cried she tore her hair. Ah me what could I do".)

Now being the gallant gentleman that they were, the two Micks decided to form a trio, right then and there. Strictly on the up and up mind you. And the rest is history.

"Irish music from heaven", that’s what they keep saying about them. And – well -- you’ll just have to see for yourself.


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linda frost

whistlin from the green
phenomenal, heavenly, groovy c.d. which i have been playing incessantly at work (i've been caught dancing in a ranger uniform. shocking.) and at home. I think i'm becoming slightly irish around the edges. but that could be the whiskey. every track is memorable. haunting vocals. ripping fiddles. more, more, more!!!