Posted by dsreiner
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Size: 698kb, uploaded 7/28/2007 11:37:27 AM
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I learned this from a recording of Michael Coleman. I'm on fiddle, with my friend John Chambers on penny whistle and accordion. Short and sweet!
Friday, October 24, 2008 @12:18:26 PM
wow, great ! ... how'd you get the accordian player to not play lead and refrain form stepping all over the fiddler ??? :-)
Friday, October 24, 2008 @12:55:48 PM
John Chambers is a very tasteful player! Same guy who did J.C.'s Tune Finder, by the way.
Tennessee Tom Says:
Friday, April 24, 2009 @5:58:25 AM
Yeah, that accordian accompaniment is cool for this sea-shanty type of tune. I have a Hohner concertina that I wanted to use for accompaniment on Sailor's Hornpipe. Every time I try to sit down and get it right on that thing, it just doesn't work out the way I planned!
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