Rediscoved gems from a bygone era...
Rare and Wonderful Recordings 1922 - 1949
Twenty-two tracks and a forty page booklet presenting un-reissued recordings from 1922-1949: Mary and Margaret McNiff-Locke, James Morrison, The Lough Gill Quartette, Packie Dolan, The Flanagan Brothers and many more...
- Frank Quinn - "The Fair Of Mullingar" (.mp3)
- Eddie Meehan's Rosaleen Orchestra - "The Scotsman Over The Border" (.mp3)
- Leo Rowsome - "The Broken Pledge; Miss Thornton's Reel" (.mp3)
- Joe Flanagan - "Sunshine; Off To California"
- Lough Gill Quartette - "Newport Lass; Leitrim Jig"
- Mrs. and Miss McNiff-Locke - "Fallon's Delight"
- Gray Brothers - "The Caven (sic) Fancy; The Irish Favorite"
- Frank Quinn - "The Fair Of Mullingar"
- Packie Dolan And His Boys - "The Ships Are Sailing"
- Flanagan Brothers - "The Garden Of Daisies"
- Wm. N. Andrews - "Bonaparte’s Retreat"
- Paddy Sweeney and Billy McElligott - "Fitzpatrick's Favorite"
- Frank Quinn - "Love, Will You Marry Me"
- Eddie Meehan's Rosaleen Orchestra - "The Scotsman Over The Border"
- Frank Lee's Tara Ceilidhe Band - "A Friendly Visit; The Sweeps; Slievnamon"
- James Morrison - "Medley Of Irish Jigs"
- Bart Henry's Traditional Quartet Orch. - "Mountain Top & Bonfire Reels"
- Mrs. and Miss McNiff-Locke - "Killmore Fancy"
- Flanagan Brothers - "The Little Black Mustache"
- Leo Rowsome - "The Broken Pledge; Miss Thornton's Reel"
- Paddy Killoran's "Pride Of Erin" Orch. - "Sweep's Heirloom"
- Lough Gill Quartette - "Jenny’s Wedding; Toss The Feathers"
- Wm. Quinn And His Dublin Orchestra - "The Disappointed Couple"
- Cashin, Cawley and Ford - "Bashful Bachelor; Sunshine"
- Tulla Ceidhle Band (1949 acetate) - "Cooley’s Reels; The Ships Are Sailing"