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Album Details for The Bunch of Keys by Johnny Doran

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Artist NameJohnny Doran
Album TitleThe Bunch of Keys
MusiciansJohnny Doran (pipes), with John Kelly (fiddle)
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Comhairle Bhéaloideas Éireann, 1988. Audiocassette. Subtitle: "The Complete Recordings of Johnny Doran." Remastering of "nine acetate discs made by the Irish Folklore Commission in 1947."

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1.11 Reel Colonel Fraser
Colonel Fraser
2 Reel My Love Is in America
My Love Is in America
3 Reel Rakish Paddy
Rakish Paddy
1.21 JigD Larry Grogan
Coppers and Brass
2 JigD Rambling Pitchfork
The Rambling Pitchfork
1.31 Air Coolin
An Chúileann
1.41 Reel Tarbolton
Tarbolton
Performer: with John Kelly (fiddle)
2 Reel Fermoy Lasses
The Fermoy Lasses
Performer: with John Kelly (fiddle)
1.51 SetD Job of Journeywork
The Job of Journeywork
2.11 Reel Steampacket
The Steampacket
2.21 Hpipe Sweep's Hornpipe
The Sweep's Hornpipe
2 Hpipe Harvest Home
The Harvest Home
3 Hpipe High Level
The High Level
2.31 Air Sliabh na mBan
Sliabh na mBan
2.41 SetD Blackbird
The Blackbird
2.51 Reel Bunch of Keys
The Bunch of Keys
2 Reel Rakish Paddy
Rakish Paddy
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