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Album Contents: The Trip to Cullenstown by Phil, John and Pip Murphy

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Artist NamePhil, John and Pip Murphy
Album TitleThe Trip to Cullenstown
MusiciansPhil Murphy (harmonica), John Murphy (harmonica), Pip Murphy (harmonica), with Tony Holleran (guitar), Mick Daly (guitar, banjo),
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Claddagh CC55CD, 1991. Recorded in Dublin and in Bridgetown Co. Wexford, ending in early July 1989, based on the statement: "Phil died on July 23rd 1989 just three weeks after these recordings were made." With a text by Seán Corcoran.

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11 Reel Flogging Reel
The Flogging Reel / The Flagon Reel
Performer: Phil (C harmonica)
2 Fling Orange and Blue
Kathy Jones
Performer: (C harmonica)
3 Reel Honeymoon
The Honeymoon / Corny is Coming [sic]
Performer: (C harmonica)
21 JigD Banks of Lough Gowna
The Shores of Lough Gowna / The Slopes of Sliabh Luachra / The Ball of Ballinafeidh
Performer: Pip (C harmonica)
2 JigD Jackson's Jig
The Humours of Kesh
Performer: (C harmonica)
31 Hpipe Pretty Maggie Morrissey
The Wexford Hornpipe
Performer: (C harmonica)
2 Hpipe Bannow Bay Hornpipe
The Bannow Bay Hornpipe
Performer: (C harmonica)
41 Polka Church Street Polka
Pete's Polka / The Church Street Polka
Performer: (C harmonica)
2 Polka Happy Polka
The Happy Polka
Performer: (C harmonica)
51 JigD Connaughtman's Rambles
Mickey the Moulder / The Connachtman's Rambles
Performer: (E harmonica)
2 JigD Tatter Jack Walsh
Tatter Jack Welsh
Performer: John (E harmonica)
61 Waltz Shepherd's Love Dream
The Shepherd's Love Dream
Performer: Phil
71 JigD Kitty Come Over
Kitty Come Over
Performer: (C harmonica)
2 JigD Old Man Dillon
The Mug of Brown Ale
Performer: (C harmonica)
81 Reel Ballygow Reel
The Ballygow Reel
Performer: Phil (Bb harmonica)
2 Reel Trip to Cullenstown
The Trip to Cullenstown
Performer: (C harmonicas)
91 Reel Congress Reel
The Congress
Performer: John (A harmonica)
2 Reel Heather Breeze
The Heather Breeeze / Coppers and Brass
Performer: John (A harmonica)
3 Reel Earl's Chair
The Earl's Chair
Performer: John (A harmonica)
101 Hpipe Fort of Kincora
The Lakes of Kincora
Performer: (C harmonicas)
2 Hpipe Cronin's Hornpipe
Cronin's Hornpipe
Performer: (C harmonicas)
111 JigD My Darling Asleep
[1st tune in a set titled:] The Mummers' Jigs / [title given for this particular tune:] My Darling Asleep
Performer: (C harmonicas)
2 JigD Priest's Boots
[2nd tune in a set titled:] The Mummers' Jigs / [title given for this particular tune:] The Priest in His Boots
Performer: (C harmonicas)
121 Hpipe Flaherty's Hornpipe
Pete Bates's Hornpipe
Performer: (C harmonicas)
2 Hpipe McMahon's
Joe Kearns's Favourite
Performer: (C harmonicas)
131 Polka John Cronin's
The Ballygow Polka
Performer: (C harmonicas)
2 Polka Rambling Sailor
The Wistful Lover
Performer: (C harmonicas)
141 Song Kerry Hills
The Kerry Hills
Performer: Phil
151 Reel King of the Clans
The King of the Clans
Performer: Pip (C harmonica)
2 Reel Castle Kelly
Performer: (C harmonicas)
161 Polka [untitled]
[1st tune in a set titled:] The Listowel Polkas
Performer: (C harmonicas)
2 Polka Kerry Polka #2
[2nd tune in a set titled:] The Listowel Polkas
Performer: (C harmonicas)
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