Traditional Irish Music on Button Accordion: Patty Furlong

On this debut solo album by Patty Furlong, the life and fluidity of her button-accordion playing are both distinctive and impressive. Her choice of tunes is tasty and unerring, and the musicians and, in one instance, dancer who perform with her expertly complement her playing. It’s a solo recording to cherish, a cause of celebration, from one of New York’s finest Irish musicians.
– Earle Hitchner

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Track Listing:

  1. Jigs: Tumbledown / White Petticoat
  2. Reels: Brenda Stubbert’s / The North Side / Alice’s
  3. Hornpipes: Charlie Mulvihill’s / Eugene Stratton’s
  4. Reels: The Golden Legs / Harry Bradshaw’s
  5. Caherlistrane / Castletown Connors / Fasten the Leg on Her
  6. Set Dance: Blue Eyed Rascal
  7. Jigs: Micky Quinn’s / Humors of Ballingarry / Rakes of Clonmel
  8. Reels: Man of the House / Kieran Kelly’s / Brendan MacMahon’s
  9. Reels: Ricky’s White Face, The Top of the Stairs
  10. Jigs: Killavil / Paddy Fahy’s
  11. Polkas: Nell Fee’s / I’ll Buy Boots for Maggie
  12. Hornpipes: Munster Grass / Coey’s
  13. Air & Jig: “Snow Capped” Mountain / “Mist Covered” Mountain
  14. Reels: The House on the Hill / P.J. McComiskey’s

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