The Blackthorn Stick Ceili Band - 'Come Dance With Me In Ireland' Volume 1 mp3 album
- Performer: The Blackthorn Stick Ceili Band
- Title: 'Come Dance With Me In Ireland' Volume 1
- Genre: World, Country
- Formats: MPC XM WMA AIFF MP3 VQF FLAC
- Released: 1982
- Style: Celtic
- MP3 album: 1980 mb
- FLAC album: 1749 mb
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 607
Patrick Ball – The Blackthorn Stick (trad. Patrick Ball – Come Live with Me and be My Love (trad. Patrick Ball - From a Distant Time (1983) – Ode to Whiskey.
Come Dance with Me! is an album by American vocalist Frank Sinatra, released in 1959. Come Dance with Me! was Sinatra's most successful album, spending two and a half years on the Billboard charts.
Blackthorn Stick" is the title of a track on this CD, however, the tune is very different, as is the structure. hope that provides a little clarity. Posted by abalsdon 12 years ago. The Blackthorn Stick ~ all in the family. O’Neill’s Music of Ireland: 1850 Melodies", 1903, page 133, tune "O’Neill Dance Music of Ireland: 1001 Gems", 1907, page 19, tune "O’Neill’s Irish Music", 1915, page 75, tune X: 2 T: Humors of Bantry T: Humours of Bantry M: 6/8 L: 1/8 R: Jig K: G Major : d gfg e/f/ge dBG AGE DEG AGA BGB AGE gfg e/f/ge dBG AGE DEG AGA BGG G2 : : d edd gdd edd gdB def gfg edB AGE . Posted by ceolachan 11 years ago.
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|A1||The Stack Of Barley (Two-hand Hornpipe): The Little Stack of Barley / The Boys Of Blue Hill / The Rights Of Man / The Liverpool Hornpipe||3:35|
|A2||The Walls Of Limerick (Progressive Reel): The Flowers Of Edinburgh (AD 1751) / The Soldiers Joy (AD 1778) / Sheehan's Reel||3:50|
|A3||Waltz: The Snowy-Breasted Pearl / The Gentle Maiden / Bonny Tyneside / Sleivnamon||3:10|
|A4||Four-hand Reel (Four-hand Set Dance): The Sally Gardens / Cooley's Reel / The Breakdown||4:25|
|A5||The Seige Of Carrick (Progressive Jig): Haste To The Wedding (AD 1790) / The Ranting Rake (AD 1840) / The Priest And His Boots (AD 1873) / The Old Favorite||5:10|
|B1||The Seige Of Ennis (Progressive Reel): HO, HO, The Rattling Bog / Farewell To Whiskey / Paddy Doyle (Spanish Lady)||3:45|
|B2||The Highland Fling (Slow Reel): Green Grow The Rushes O' (AD 1740) / Keel Row (AD 1765) / Loudon's Bonny Woods And Braes||2:40|
|B3||Polka: Jenny Lind / Lakes Of Sligo / Maggie In The Woods||2:45|
|B4||The Three Tunes (Eight-hand Set Dance): Haste To The Wedding / Leslie's Hornpipe / The German Beau||3:55|
|B5||Haymakers Jig (Long Dance): The Blackthorn Stick / The Connachtman's Rambles (AD 1828) / Off She Goes (AD 1858) / Lannigans Ball||7:15|
- Recorded At – WEBCO Recording Studio
- Accordion – Louis Stephenson
- Bass – Tom Cherrix
- Design [Logo] – Karen O'Connor
- Drums – Shannon Cauley
- Engineer [Recording] – John Busbice
- Fiddle – John Englestadt
- Flute – Nicholas Ward
- Liner Notes – Margret (McGroarty) Schrecengost, Nicholas Ward
- Mandolin, Mandolin [Mandolin-Banjo] – Tom Lynch
- Photography By – Pat Cady