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Episode #2573

New Irish Folk

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Saturday, July 26, 2008

This New Sounds is devoted to new music from the Irish folk tradition, including music by the late Mícheál O Domhnaill. O Domhnaill was a guitarist who, according to some, created the blueprint for subtle and driving guitar accompaniment in Irish music. The guitarist and composer helped found one of the pivotal bands in the Irish folk revival, The Bothy Band, and went on to form the US-based outfits Nightnoise, Relativity, Puck Fair, and to play in various other settings that often moved well beyond the Gaelic tradition.

PROGRAM #2573, A Tribute to Mícheál O Domhnaill (First aired on Tues 7/25/06)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Kevin Burke/ Mícheál O Domhnaill

Portland

Breton Gavottes [3:00]

Green Linnet #1041 www.greenlinnet.com*

The Bothy Band

Live in concert

The Maids of Mitchelstown [3:30]

Green Linnet #3111** www.greenlinnet.com*

The Bothy Band

Out Of The Wind, Into The Sun

The Strayaway Child [4:30]

Green Linnet #3013** www.greenlinnet.com*

The Bothy Band

Live in concert

Fionnaghula [2:00]

See above.

Puck Fair

Fair Play

Mc Minimal’s Reel [3:30]

Windham Hill #0093 ** www.windham.com*

Nightnoise

New Sounds Live, Merkin Hall, Spring 1989

After 4/Nollaig/At The Races [7:00]
Nightnoise [4:00]
The Cricket’s Wicket [6:30]

All Available on Nightnoise’s CD, released on Windham Hill

Various Artists: Nightnoise

Windham Hill: A winter Solstice Reunion

Dreamtime [3:30]

Windham Hill #11369** www.windham.com*

The Bothy Band

Live in concert

Martin Wynne’s [1:00]

See above.

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