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Album Details for Cuan by Colleen Raney and Colm MacCárthaigh

Basic album data
Artist NameColleen Raney and Colm MacCárthaigh
Album TitleCuan
MusiciansColleen Raney (vocals), Colm MacCárthaigh (guitar, cittern, vocals), with Matty Einion Sears (bodhrán)
Source and
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Self-published, 2011. Recorded in Portland, Oregon. Released on 26 September 2011 according to <http://colleenraney.bandcamp.com/album/cuan> viewed on 4 March 2012. Post-publication liner notes can be found in various blog posts at . Not indexed here: track 4 (Bound for Caledonia), track 10 (Annachie Gordon), track 11 (Lads of the Fair).

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Titles as listed on this album
11 Song Belfast Mountains
Belfast Mountains
21 Song Lord Franklin
Lord Franklin
31 Song Flower of Magherally
The Flower of Magherally
51 Song Western Highway
Western Highway
61 Air Fonn Mall Acla
Fonn Mall Acla
Performer: Colm MacCárthaigh (guitar)
71 Song Night Visit
The Night Visit
81 Song Roger the Miller
Roger the Miller
91 Song Mary and the Soldier
Mary and the Soldier
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Song Wild Mountain Thyme
Wild Mountain Thyme
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