The Ivy Leaf | Traditional Irish Music

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Traditional Irish Music

by The Ivy Leaf

Traditional Irish music from Boston
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
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1. Humours of Glynn/Jackie Small's/the Rolling Wave (Medley)
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2. The Coachman's Whip/Monaghan Twig/the Torn Jacket (Medley)
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3. The Night Visiting Song
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4. Tuamgrainy Castle/the Home Ruler/O'Mahoney's (Medley)
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5. The Lumpy Custard/the Cucanandy/the Jolly Merchant (Medley)
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6. Burke Street/Ella Mae O'Dwyer's (Medley)
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7. On Raglan Road
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8. Chief O'Neill's Favorite/from Galway to Dublin/the Four Shoves (Medley)
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9. Dún Na Séad/Anthony Frawley's/Walls of Liscarroll (Medley)
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10. The Month of January/the Slipper Silver (Medley)
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11. Kennedy's/Return to Camden Town/the Ragged Hank of Yarn (Medley)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The spirit behind the Ivy Leaf has always been one of curiosity and exploration in the older traditions of Irish music. As a student at Berklee College of Music whose experience of Irish music was mingled with bits of folk, bluegrass, old-time, and jazz, it was Lindsay (bouzouki, guitar, vocals) who thought of starting a band as a way to engage with the incredible diversity of styles and sounds within the Irish and Irish-American cultural traditions. The other three members of the band welcomed the opportunity: for Caroline (flute, whistle, vocals), the chance to share the music and songs she’d been hearing since she was young; for Armand (fiddle, whistle) and Dan (fiddle, concertina), the chance to share the music and songs they’d found on old LPs or archival recordings. If we’re lucky, this album will make you just as enthusiastic about the songs of Dolores Keane and Luke Kelly as it will about the tunes of Lucy Farr and Bobby Casey, and you’ll find the same joy there as we have.


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