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Tony MacMahon - Scaoil Amach an Pocaide flac
Title:
Scaoil Amach an Pocaide
Performer:
Tony MacMahon
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1879 mb
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1854 mb
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Tony MacMahon with his accordion. Tony MacMahon's chief early inspiration, accordionist Joe Cooley, was a frequent caller at the MacMahon home from 1949 until 1954, when Cooley left Ireland for the USA. MacMahon has described the memory of Cooley's music as being "embedded in his DN. Other influences from the locality were piper Willie Clancy and fiddler Bobby Casey. In 1957 MacMahon moved to Dublin to train as a teacher, where he came into contact with accordionist Sonny Brogan and fiddler John Kelly. Travelling in North America in 1964, in both New York and Dublin,. Scaoil Amach an Pocaide - Live in Spiddal (with Steve Cooney, guitar).

Scaoil Amach an Pocaide. Scaoil Amach an Pocaide. Audio & Video Labs, Inc. 5638422155.

Tony MacMahon (b. 1939) is an Irish button-accordion player and radio and television broadcaster. Born in Ennis, County Clare, Ireland, MacMahon's chief early inspiration, accordionist Joe Cooley, was a frequent caller at the family home from 1949 until 1954, when Cooley emigrated to the USA. In 1957 MacMahon went to train as a teacher in Dublin, where he came into contact with accordionist Sonny Brogan and fiddler John Kelly. The first, on Raelach Records, is this live album from a concert he did with Steve Cooney in Spiddal back in 2005. The second is a selection of slow airs that is being prepared for release in 2015 also on the Raelach label. Posted by pbjoconnor 4 years ago. First airplay.

Scaoil amach an pocaide live in spiddal by tony mac mahon and steve cooney.

Tony MacMahon's chief early inspiration, accordionist Joe Cooley, was a frequent caller at the MacMahon home from 1949 until 1954, when Cooley left Ireland for the USA.

Opening track of Tony Mac Mahon & Steve Cooney's 'Scaoil Amach an Pocaide': Cúnla, Na Ceannabháin Bhána, Cailleach an Airgid (4:39) Beannacht le Seán Chóilín Ó Conaire. Raelach Recordsat 0:03: raelachrecords. com/album/scao. in-spiddal. Posted 4 years ago 4 years ago. Reply.

It is a live recording of a concert I did with the great Steve Cooney back in 2005 for the wonderful people of Spiddal. It features 10 tracks: Cúnla, Na Ceannabháin Bhána, Cailleach an Airgid. The Plains of Boyle, The Friendly Visit. The Rolling Wave (An Tonn Reatha). Caoineadh Eoghain Ruadh. Port an Bhráthar, Port Shean tSeáin. Yours in music, Tony. 10 thoughts on New album of slow airs: Farewell to Music. Pingback: Tony Mac Mahon ~. Frank Dalton says

Tony MacMahon's chief early inspiration, accordionist Joe Cooley, was a frequent caller at the MacMahon home from 1949 until 1954, when Cooley emigrated to the USA.

One of those live gigs that you just want to go on for ever.

Credits

Steve Cooney - Primary Artist
Tony MacMahon - Primary Artist