For folks sake....

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Ivor
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Derek wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 11:22 am
A sublime listen played by amazing musicians from "Rollercoaster Records" based in Kilkenny. This needs to be shared among us few with the time and temperament to apricate it, (that's us retired from the weekly pay-packet kind of people),
I've been listening a to it a bit myself.. I have to be in the right mood to do it justice.
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Derek wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 6:54 pm I remember Gaye and Terry Woods, wasn’t Ed Deane with them back then.
Yes, he was, along with Pat Nash on drums.
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I’ve an Ed Deane album here somewhere, I must dig it out.
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Dunno if this is folk and I hadn't heard it in years. I came across it on You Tube and wish I had a copy. Paddy Glackin appears to play the tunes "straight" and Jolyon Jackson works his magic around them. An album full of surprises and humorous takes on familiar tunes.
Jolyon Jackson taken from us far too young at 37.

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