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Old 11.12.2006, 09:05 AM   #102
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Originally Posted by PAULYBEE2656
here is something from ireland...
irish folk/traditional supergroup formed from the ashes of the legendary planxty.........

MOVING HEARTS-
"THE STORM"
1986 son records
http://www.badongo.net/file/1381181

not a huge fan of irish trad music but i thought id add to this real interesting thread....

This has been sat on my hard-drive for a bit not being listened to. It keeps varying between being good and being incredibly irritating. I wouldn't call it 'trad' particularly. I have better versions of all of these... sometimes I quite like the 'modern' 'lounge' 'jazz' arrangements, and there's some great bits with the brass going against the Uillean pipes... but I probably shan't be investigating further.

Still, thanks for the up.
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