Consignment Lot No. 1:
1.  JOSEPHINE BEIRNE & GEORGE SWEETNAM, Decca 12031: My Bonny Irish Lass / A Mother’s Love V+/E- Dig B 4 tix
2.  JOSEPHINE BEIRNE & GEORGE SWEETNAM, Decca 12079: Boys from County Armagh / An Irish Rebel’s Grave V+/E-
3.  MARTIN BEIRNE (uilleann pipes), Vo 84184: Varsouviana / & ORCH.: Walls of Limerick  E- [mb $10]
4.  MARTIN BEIRNE (uilleann pipes), Vo 84185: Lark in the Morning / & ORCH.: Bonnie Mary of Argyle  E edge dam nap [mb $10]
5.  MICHAEL COLEMAN (fiddle), Bb B-4931: Trim the Velvet / SEAN NOLAN ORCH: Bonnie Kate Reel  E+ [mb $20]
6.  MICHAEL COLEMAN (fiddle), Co 33069-F: Jackson’s Reel / & TOM MORRISON (flute): Humors of Bally Connoll  E- [$25]
7.  MICHAEL COLEMAN (fiddle), De 12015 (w/ guitar):  Bonnie Kate /Jigs  E  [classic sides, mb $30]
8.  MICHAEL COLEMAN (fiddle), De 12037 (w/ guitar):  Waltzes /Lord Gordon Reel  E+ but slight heat damage 1” at start [mb $10]
9.  MICHAEL COLEMAN (fiddle), De 12046:  Lucy Campbell / Job of Journeywork  E/E- [mb $25]
10.  MICHAEL COLEMAN & PACKIE DOLAN (fiddles), Vo 84008:  Duke of Leinster & Wife / Royal Stack of Barley  E+ very clean but A: a bit off center  [mb $25]
11.  TOM ENNIS & JAMES MORRISON (uilleann pipes, fiddle), Co A 3679: The Blackbird / Bag of Potatoes – Reels  E/E-
12.  PATRICK FITZPATRICK (uilleann pipes), Co A 2309: Three Drops of Brandy / Donneybrook Fair  E-/V+ 
13.  FRANK FALLON ORCH., Celtic CI-1033 (1950s): Moneymusk / Mayor O’Dwyer’s Polka  E-
14.  PAT FALLON (fiddle), Celtic CI-1034: Ruther Fallon’s Reels / Irishman’s Heart Jigs  E-
15.  FLANAGAN BROTHERS, Co 33243-F: The IRA / Shaskeen Reel  E-/V+ [mb $10]
16.  FLANAGAN BROTHERS, Ge 5205: Gaelic Barn Dance / Holly & Ivy Reels  V/V+ tight hc 1½ “
17.  HUGH GILLESPIE (fiddle, w/ guitar), De 12105: Master Crowley’s Reels / Irish Mazurka  E/E- [mb $30]
18.  HUGH GILLESPIE (fiddle, w/ guitar), De 12192: Paddy Finley’s Fancy Reels / Finnea Lassies Flings  E/E+ [a great copy, mb $40]
19.  HUGH GILLESPIE (fiddle, w/ guitar), De 12225: Pigeon on the Gate Reels / Mountain Stream Hornpipes  E tight hc to label
20.  JOHN GRIFFIN (singing, flute), Co 33206-F: The Old Country Party /Oh Where is Kathleen  E-/V+
21.  JOHN GRIFFIN (singing, flute), Co 33268-F: The Irish Clock Maker /The Pride of Mayo  E/V+ flake B nap
22.  JOHN GRIFFIN (singing, flute), Co 33290-F: My Kerry Colleen / The Old Irish Jig  E/E-
23.  MIKE HANAFIN (fiddle), Bb B-4916: Bandon Jig / & CONNIE HANAFIN (accordion): Bantry Bay Hornpipe  E+ flake B nap [excellent copy mb $30]
24.  MIKE HANAFIN (fiddle), Co 33113-F: Lord Gordon Reel / Killderry Hornpipe  V+/E- edge dam nap [mb $15]
25.  MIKE HANAFIN (fiddle), Co 33162-F: Billy Hanafin’s Reel / DAN SULLIVAN’S SHAMROCK BAND: The Rabbit Catcher Jig  V+ [mb $15]
26.  MIKE HANAFIN (fiddle), Co 33199-F: Bantry Bay Hornpipe / DAN SULLIVAN’S SHAMROCK BAND: My Love is in America  E/V+ edge dam B 6 grooves
27.  RICHARD HAYWARD (singing), De 12070: Girls of Coleraine/Inniskilling Dragoon  EE- sol A
28.  EDWARD HERBORN & JAMES WHEELER (accordion, banjo), Co A 2217: Stack of Barley/Rocky Roads to Dublin  V+ 1 dig B 4 tix
29.  PADDY KILLORAN (fiddle w/ guitar), De 12077: Sligo Maid & Malloy’s Fav/Geese in the Bog  E- sol A [mb $25]
30.  PADDY KILLORAN (fiddle w/ p), De 12095: Maid of Mt Kisco/Leitrim Jig  E [mb $30]
31.  PADDY KILLORAN (fiddle w/ p), De 12103: Memories of Ballymote Polkas/Paddy on the Turnpike Reels EE- sol A [mb $30]
32.  PADDY KILLORAN (fiddle w/ p), De 12138: Drowsy Maggie Reels/ Maguire’s Fiddle Hornpipes  EE- sol A [mb $30]
33.  PADDY KILLORAN (fiddle w/ p), De 12158: Dwyer’s Fav Reels/If There wasn’t any Woman Barndances  E [mb $30]
34.  PADDY KILLORAN & PADDY SWEENEY (fiddle duet w/ p), De 12131: Humors of Lisadell/Decca Polka  E-- [mb $25]
35.  PADDY KILLORAN’S PRIDE OF ERIN ORCH, De 12004: Sweeps & Heirloom Hornpipes/Jerry Donovan’s Fav Jig  EE-  [mb $10]
36.  JOHN KIMMEL (accordion), Co A 1917: Mason’s Apron Reels/Connaughtman’s Rambles Jigs E-/V+
37.  FRANK LEE’S TARA CEILI BAND, Rex 15006: Liverpool Hornpipe/Draught of Ale Jigs  E
38.  FRANK LEE’S TARA CB, Rex 15010: Showman’s Fancy Hornpipe/Ivy Leaf Reels  E-/E
39.  FRANK LEE’S TARA CB, Rex 15040: Flogging Reel/Blackbird Set Dance  EE+
40.  WILLIAM McELLIGOTT (accordion), Vo 84059: Dublin & Concert Hornpipes/MARTIN BEIRNE’S IRISH BLACKBIRDS: Merry Harriers Reels  EE-  [mb $25]
41.  JOHN McGETTIGAN (singing, fiddle), Bb B-4996: Martha the Flower of Sweet Strabane/Hornpipes  EE+ sol A
42.  MRS. & MISS McNIFF-LOCKE (accordion, banjo), Bb B-4922: Frost is All Over Jig/Terry’s Ramble Reel  E [rare mb $30]
43.  McNULTY FAMILY (singing, instrumental), De 12099: Ireland Boys Hurrah/the Rollicking Skipper Jigs  EE+ sol A
44.  EDWARD MEEHAN, JOHN McKENNA & LARRY REDICAN (ROSALEEN QUARTET) (2 flutes & fiddle), De 12120: Newport Lass Jigs/Maid Behind the Bar Reel  E- 1 bad spot B tix, sol B  [great record, mb $20]
45.  EDWARD MEEHAN’S ROSALEEN ORCH. (accordion, fiddle, whistle) , Vo 84167: Honeymoon Hornpipes/Scotsman Over the Border Jigs  EE- needs wash  [another great one, mb $30]
46.  JAMES MORRISON (fiddle) & HIS ORCH., Co 33427-F: Farmer’s Daughter& Little Brown Jug (w/ singing)/Money Musk  E flake A nap  [rare depression-era rec, mb $50]
47.  JAMES MORRISON (fiddle solo w/ bj, p), Vo 84133: Noon Day Feast Jigs/Fisherman’s Lilt Reels  EE-  [mb $40]
48.  TOM MORRISON (solo flute w/ tamb), Co 33501-F:  Dunmore Lassies Reels/Sweet Flowers of Milltown Schottisches  EE-
49.  O’LEARY’S IRISH MINSTRELS, Co 33122-F:  New Stack of Barley/Liverpool Hornpipe  E/V+
50.  O’LEARY’S IRISH MINSTRELS, Ok 21042 (green “electric”):  Rakes of Kildare Jigs/Jackson’s Morning Brush Jig  EE+ [great trombone…]
51.  O’LEARY’S IRISH MINSTRELS, Vo 84154:  Devil’s Dream Reel/Red Haired Boy Hornpipe  EE- [later session w/ Jerry O’Brien, accordion)
52.  SEAN O’NOLAN (singing/spoken), Co 33152-F:  Maid of Kensale/Dawn on the Irish Coast  VV+
53.  JERRY & MAY PICKING’S ORCH., Irish 3014 (postwar): Rakes of Mallow Polkas/Kilrooskey Post Office Reels  E-
54.  FRANK QUINN (accordion), Co A 3567: Trip It Up the Stairs/Heathery Breeze  E-/V+
55.  FRANK QUINN (fiddle, singing), Co 33004-F:  Leg of the Duck Jig/A Morning in July  E-/V+
56.  FRANK QUINN (fiddle, accordion, singing), Co 33063-F:  The Peeler and the Goat/The Old Tea Kettle Reel   E-/V+
57.  FRANK QUINN (accordion, fiddle, singing), OBDW 1004:  The Four Courts/Green Grow the Rushes O  V+ hc to the label  [cracked record, but nice “Sinn Fein Music House” label]
58.  BILLY RUSH (accordion), Irish 3004: Kerry Polka/Swallow’s Tail Reels  V+
59.  JOHN SHERIDAN (flute, singing), Bb B-4915: My Auld Skillara Hat/COLIN O’MORE (tenor): Danny Boy  E--  sol A
60.  DAN SULLIVAN’S SHAMROCK BAND, Co 33105-F: Rickett’s Hornpipe/Londonderry Hornpipe EE-  [mb $15]
61.  DAN SULLIVAN’S SHAMROCK BAND, Co 33190-F: Green Groves of Erin/MICHAEL HANAFIN (fiddle): Jockey Thro the Fair  V+
… and a small group of Scottish records:
62.  CALEDONIA BAND, Co 37022-F: Caledonian’s Farewell/Miss Drummond of Perth & Mason’s Apron  VV+
63.  DONALD CUMMING & EDDY HOLMES (accordion & dulcimer), De 14002: Auld Reekie Schottische/Flowers of Edinburgh  V+/E-
64.  DONALD CUMMING & EDDY HOLMES (accordion & dulcimer), De 14021: High Road to Linton/My Nut Brown Maiden  E scratch A few tix
65.  LOVAT BAGPIPE BAND OF N.Y., Vi 17920: Scotch Bagpipe Medley No. 1/No. 2  E-

Consignment Lot No. 2:
66.  JAMES CLAFFY (fiddle), Co 33212-F:  Bonnie Kate Reel/Paddy Whack, Boys of Wexford Jigs  V+
67.  P. J. CONLON (accordion), Co 33033-F: Wind That Shakes the Barley/Humors of the Whiskey Jig  E-
68.  P. J. CONLON (accordion), OK 4322: Hennessey’s Hornpipe/Happy to MeetJig  V+
69.  FLANAGAN BROTHERS, Co 33230-F:  Ireland’s 32/Flanagans at Patrick’s Parade  E-
70.  FLANAGAN BROTHERS, Co 33279-F: Bum Song/Hallelujah, I’m a Bum  E-
71.  FLANAGAN BROTHERS, Vo 14638: Cavan Reel/Rakes of Clonmel Jig  E
72.  THE FOUR PROVINCES, Vo 14931:  First of May-Hornpipes/Katie Connor E-
73.  JOHN GRIFFIN(singing, flute), Co 33290-F:  Old Irish Jig/My Kerry Colleen  E+ creases
74.  JOHN GRIFFIN(flute), Gnt 5526:  Gap of Dunlow-The Three Lakes Jigs/Girl I Left Behind Me Reels  E
75.  JOHN GRIFFIN(flute), Vi 79015:  Why She Couldn’t Drink Her Tea Reel/Kitty’s Favorite Polka   E-
76.  McCONNELL 4 LEAF SHAMROCKS, Vi 19446:  Old Torn Petticoat-Reels/Dublin Jig Medley  E
77.  JOHN McCORMICK (fiddle), Gnt 5746: Buncrana Reel/FOUR PROVINCES: Ten Penny Bit Jigs  V
78.  JOHN McCORMICK (fiddle), Vo 14943:  Reidy Johnson Reels/ FOUR PROVINCES: Kitty’s Wedding Reels   V+
79.  JOHN McGETTIGAN, Vi 21380:  Mary Malone/Fitzmaurice, the Dublin Flyer  EE-
80.  JOHN McGETTIGAN, Vi V-29019:  Boys from the County Mayo/Rare Ould Irish Whiskey  E
81.  McNAMARA TRIO (piccolo, w/ vln, p), Co 33001-F:  Bridge of Athlone-Polkas/Kerrigan’s Jig  E
82.  McNAMARA TRIO (piccolo, w/ vln, p), Vo 14730:  The Blackbird-Hornpipe/Jockey At the Fair Jig  E
83.  McNULTY FAMILY, De 12107 (blk lbl):  Song of the 32 Counties/Mother’s Lament   E
84.  TOM MORRISON (solo flute w/ tambourine, p), Co 33260-F:  Indian on the Rock Reels/Maggie in the Woods Polkas  E- lam cks
85.  TOM MORRISON (solo flute w/ tamb), Co 33210-F:  Dunmore Lassies Reels/Sweet Flowers of Milltown Schottisches  VV+
86.  TOM MORRISON (flute), New Republic 2332:  Indian on the Rock Reels/Maggie in the Woods Polkas  V+ [rare label!]
87.  JAMES MURPHY (accordion), Co E4792:  Maid Behind the Bar Reel/Maid Await Lone (sic) Jig  E-
88.  O’LEARY’S IRISH MINSTRELS, Co 33410-F:  Devil’s Dream Reel/Red Haired Boy Hornpipe  E-
89.  SEAN O’NOLAN (uilleann pipes solos), Co 33081-F:  Cuckoo’s Nest Reels/Believe Me (Airs)   V-
90.  FRANK QUINN (fiddle), Co 33003-F:  Enniskillen Dragoon/The Home Brew Hornpipe  E/V
91.  FRANK QUINN (fiddle, accordion), Co 33128-F:  Rocks of Bawn/(song) Do You Want Your Old Lobby Washed V+/G
92.  FRANK QUINN (songs), Co 33138-F:  McSorley’s Twins/Goodbye Mike, Goodbye Pat  E-
93.  FRANK QUINN (comedy), Co 33449-F:  Tony & the Cop/The Court Scene  EE-
94.  FRANK QUINN (accordion), Gnt 5074:  Connaughtman’s Rambles Jig/Varsouvianna  E-
95.  FRANK QUINN (accordion/fiddle), Gnt 5396:  The Four Courts-Reel/Green Grows the Rushes  V
96.  FRANK QUINN (fiddle), Gnt 5667:  St Patrick’s Day/(song) Doran’s Ass  V
97.  DAN SULLIVAN (piano solos), Co 33090-F:  Irish on Parade/Wearing of the Green   E
98.  DAN SULLIVAN’S SHAMROCK BAND, Co 33093-F:  Morning Star Reels/Jackson’s Fancy Jigs  V+
99.  DAN SULLIVAN’S SHAMROCK BAND, Co 33106-F:  Tenpenny Bit Reels/Top O’ Cork Road Reels  V+
100.  DAN SULLIVAN’S SHAMROCK BAND, Vi V-29029:  From Galway to Dublin/Listen To the Mocking Bird  E-
101.  DAN SULLIVAN’S SHAMROCK BAND, Vi V-29038:  Johnny & His Fiddle-O/Johnny, Will You Marry Me  V+

Consignment Lot No. 3:
102.  MARTIN BEIRNE ORCH, Regal Zon IZ 657: Kilkenny for Me Marches/Boys from Co Cork Barn Dances  E+
103.  SAM CARSON (singing), Regal Zon IZ 193: Mush-mush/The Hat my Father Wore  E+
104.  PETER CONLON (accordion), Co E 3896: The Wind that Shakes the Barley/The Humors of the Whiskey  E
105.  GERARD CROFTS (singing), Regal Zon IZ 837: Kelly of Kilann/ Who Fears to Speak of 98?  E+/E
106.  J.C. DOYLE (singing), Regal Zon IZ 571: The Men of the West/ The Soldier’s Song  E
107.  FALLON BROS (fiddle, flute), Celtic CI-1015: Maid on the Green Jigs/CHARLES SLAVIN (tenor): Kevin Barry  V-
108.  FLANAGAN BROTHERS, Co 33180-F: Flanagan’s Naturalization Troubles/Kilgannon’s Dream  V/V+
109.  FLANAGAN BROTHERS, Co 33243-F: The IRA/ Shaskeen Reel  V-
110.  FLANAGAN BROTHERS, Co 33249-F: Banty Legged Mule/ Sarsfield Lilt Jig  V/V+ scr A
111.  FLANAGAN BROTHERS, Co 33345-F: Delaney's Donkey/Highland Fling Medley  V+
112.  FLANAGAN BROTHERS, Regal Zon IZ 143: Cod Liver Oil/The Auld Blackthorn Reel  E+
113.  FOUR PROVINCES ORCH, Co 33432-F: Highland Bonnets Fling/JIM MULLAN (singing): Hippity Hop  V-
114.  RICHARD HAYWARD & DELIA MURPHY (singing), HMV IM 618: The Humour is on Me Now/Whiskey in my Tea  E+
115.  SEAN HEALY (singing), HMV IM 606: Eileen Oge/The Kerry Recruit  E+
116. EDWARD HERBORN & JAMES WHEELER (accordion, banjo), Co 33052-F: Rocky Road to Dublin/Stack of Barley  V-bumpy start                
117.  ROBERT IRWIN (singing), HMV IM 469: Little Mary Cassidy/She is Far from the Land  E+
118.  PADDY KILLORAN’S PRIDE OF ERIN ORCH, De 12004: Sweeps & Heirloom Hornpipes/Jerry Donovan’s Fav Jig  V- lbl tear B
119. JOHN KIMMEL (accordion), Edison 50653: Haste to the Wedding Jigs/JOSEPH SAMUELS (violin): Devil’s Dream  V
120. TERRY LANE (accordion), HMV IM 963: Three Counties Waltz/Silver Bell Polka  E+
121.  PADDY McMANUS (singing), HMV IM 1126: The Croppy Boy/The Land of the Shillelagh  E+
122.  WILLIAM MULLALY (concertina), HMV IM 383: Green Groves of Erin Reels/SEAN NOLAN (fiddle): Medley of Reels  E+ [rare concertina side, mb $40]
123.  DELIA MURPHY (singing), HMV IM 775: The Peeler & the Goat/Reilly the Fisherman  E+
124.  DELIA MURPHY (singing), HMV IM 818: The Cailin Ruadh/The Shepherd’s Lamb  E+
125.  JAMES O’FLYNN, Imperial 1039: Irish Washerwoman Jigs/Stack of Barley  E-
126.  O’LEARY’S IRISH MINSTRELS, Co 33122-F:  New Stack of Barley/Liverpool Hornpipe  V-
127.  O’LEARY’S IRISH MINSTRELS, Regal Zon IZ 176: Paddy in London Jig/Rakes of Mallow Polka  E+
128.  SEAN O’NOLAN (singing), Regal Zon IZ 121: Dan McCann/Boys of the County Cork  E+
129.  SEAN O’SIOTHCHAIN (singing), Regal Zon IZ 1095: Follow Me Up to Carlow/Step Together  E
130.  DAN QUINN (singing), Regal Zon IZ 295: The Bold Fenian Men/The Foggy Dew  E+
131.  WILLIAM QUINN (accordion, as Dublin Irish Orch), Top Hat 1006: Irish Barn Dance/JOHN RYAN: The Mustache Song  V-
132.  RIDGELY’S 69TH REG BAND, HMV IM 387: Soldiers of Erin/O’Donnell Aboo  E+
133.  KATHLEEN RODDY (singing), HMV IM 413: Cois an Chrorthaidh/An Buachallin Ban  E+
134.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), HMV IM 330: Top of Cork Road Jigs/Maid Behind the Bar Reels  E+  [top piping, mb $30]
135.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), Rex 15012: Drops of Brandy Slip Jigs/Big Pat Reels  E  [mb $20]
136.  MAIRE NI SCOLAIDHE (singing), HMV IM 568: Eibhlin a Ruin/Fath mo Bhuartha  E+
137.  STELLA SEAVER (piano-accordion), Regal Zon IZ 880: Rickets Hornpipes/O’Donnell Abu Marches  E+
138.  DAN SULLIVAN’S SHAMROCK BAND, Co 33105-F: Rickett’s Hornpipe/Londonderry Hornpipe  V
139.  DAN SULLIVAN’S SHAMROCK BAND, De 12017: Boyne Hunt Reels/All the Way to Galway Polkas  V-
140.  DAN SULLIVAN’S SHAMROCK BAND, De 12045: Green Grow the Rushes O/Leg of the Duck Jigs  V-
141.  PATRICK TOUHEY (uilleann pipes), Vi 18727: Steampacket Reels/JOHN KIMMEL (accordion): Haley’s Favorite Jigs  V+
142.  PATRICK TOUHEY (uilleann pipes), Vi 19271: Maid on the Green Jigs/JOHN KIMMEL (accordion): My Partner’s Fancy Reels  V scratch A
143.  LIAM WALSH (uilleann pipes), Rex 15008: Fairy Reel/Walls of Limerick  E+  [top piping mb $30]

Consignment Lot No. 4:
A great run of Leo Rowsome records here...
144.  FELIX DORAN (uilleann pipes), Copley 9-194: Pigeon on the Gate Reels/Doran’s Fancy Jigs  E++ [mb $30]
145.  TOM ENNIS (uilleann pipes, no piano!), Vi 18366: Murphy’s Hornpipe/Maid that Left the County Reels  E
146.  TOM ENNIS & JAMES MORRISON (pipes & fiddle), Co 35-D: Londonderry Hornpipe/Black Rogue Jigs  VV+
147.  PATRICK FITZPATRICK (uilleann pipes), Co A 2309: Three Drops of Brandy/Donnybrook Fair  VV+
148.  PATRICK FITZPATRICK (uilleann pipes), Edison 50615: Irish Jigs/HAROLD VEO (violin): Reilly’s Reel  E scuffs B
149.  TOMMY RECK (uilleann pipes), Copley 9-191: Alexander’s Hornpipes/Scholar Reels  E++  [mb $30]
150.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), HMV IM 330: Top of Cork Road Jigs//Maid Behind the Bar Reels  E++  [mb $30]
151.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), HMV IM 372: Bonnie Kate Reels/Liverpool Hornpipes  E++  [mb $30]
152.  LEO ROWSOME & HIS IRISH PIPER’S BAND, HMV IM 480: Miss McLeod’s Reel/Jigs  E++  [mb $30]
153.  LEO ROWSOME & HIS IRISH PIPER’S BAND, HMV IM 484: St. Patrick’s Day/The Blackbird  E++  [mb $30]
154.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), HMV IM 498: Boys of Wexford Marches/Airs of ’98  E++  [mb $20]
155.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), HMV IM 525: Boys of the Lough Reels/Jackson’s Morning Brush Jigs  E++  [mb $30]
156.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), HMV IM 528: Primrose Lass Reels/Byrnes & Kilfinane Hornpipes  E++  [mb $30]
157.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), HMV IM 1001: Gallowglass Jigs/Broken Pledge Reels  E+  [mb $30]
158.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), HMV IM 1002: The Collier’s Reels/The Bantry Hornpipes  E++  [mb $30]
159.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), Rex 15012: Drops of Brandy Slip Jigs/Big Pat Reels  E+  [mb $30]
160.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), Rex 15026: Jockey at the Fair/Independent Hornpipe  E+  [mb $30]
161.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), Rex 15027: Fairy Revels Marches/Cook in the Kitchen Jigs  E+  [mb $30]
162.  LEO ROWSOME (uilleann pipes), Rex 15047: Conroy’s & Glenallen Reels/Irish Emigrant Marches  E+  [mb $30]
163.  PATRICK SCANLON (accordion), Co A 2837: Father O’Flynn Jigs/Keel Row Flings  V
164.  LIAM WALSH (uilleann pipes), Rex 15029: Stack of Barley/New Demesne Reel E+  [mb $30]
165.  LIAM WALSH (uilleann pipes), another copy  E  [mb $20]

Consignment Lot No. 5: LPs
Now for the vinyl spinners, a nice group of LPs, all in excellent condition (E+ or better) unless otherwise noted, some of which have not been re-released on CD. Where needed, conditions are given for both record and sleeve. Some sleeves have some writing on them, sometimes autographs from the musicians:
168.  BARDE: BARDE, Direction DLP 10010
169.  MARY BERGIN (tinwhistle): FEADOGA STAIN, Shanachie 79006
170.  KEVIN BURKE & JACKIE DALY (fiddle, accordion): EAVESDROPPER,  GL SIF 3002
171.  KEVIN BURKE & MICHEAL O’DOMHNAILL (fiddle, guitar, singing): PROMENADE, Mulligan LUN 028
172.  KEVIN BURKE & MICHEAL O’DOMHNAILL (fiddle, guitar, singing): PORTLAND, GL SIF 1041
173.  BOBBY CASEY (fiddle): TAKING FLIGHT, Mulligan LUN 018 [mb $30]
175.  CLANNAD: CRANN ULL, Tara 3007
176.  JOHN, JULIA & BILLY CLIFFORD (piano-accordion, fiddle, flute): THE STAR OF MUNSTER TRIO, Topic 12TS310 [mb $15]
177.  CHARLIE COEN (concertina, flute, whistle): FATHER CHARLIE, GL SIF 1021 Mint sealed
178.  MICHAEL COLEMAN (fiddle):  THE LEGACY OF…, Shanachie 33002
180.  SEAMUS CONNOLLY (fiddle): HERE & THERE, GL SIF 1098
181.  JOE COOLEY (accordion): COOLEY, Gael-Linn CEF 044  E++/E-
182.  PADDY CRONIN (fiddle, flute): KERRY’S OWN, Outlet OAS 3002  E/E-  [mb $20]
183.  JACKIE DALY (accordion, concertina): MUSIC FROM SLIABH LUACHRA VOL. 6, Topic 12TS358
184.  JACKIE DALY & SEAMUS CREAGH (accordion, fiddle), Gael-Linn CEF 057  E+ no sleeve
185.  DE DANANN: DE DANANN, Polydor 2904 005  E+/E-  [first recording, with Dolores Keane singing, autographed, mb $20]
186.  DE DANANN: SELECTED JIGS, REELS & SONGS, Shanachie 79001 [still one of their best, and not available on CD, mb $25]
189.  DE DANANN: SONG FOR IRELAND, Sugar Hill 1130
190.  DE DANANN: ANTHEM, Dara 013  small edge rip on sleeve
191.  SEAMUS ENNIS (uilleann pipes, tinwhistle, singing): IRISH PIPE & TIN WHISTLE SONGS, Olympic 6129  E+/E-
193.  THE GALLOWGLASS CEILI BAND, London TW 91218  E-/E-
194.  FRANKIE GAVIN (fiddle): TRADITIONAL MUSIC OF IRELAND, Shanachie 29008  [autographed, and contains the original insert with transcriptions]
195.  FRANKIE GAVIN & PAUL BROCK 9fiddle, accordion): A TRIBUTE TO JOE COOLEY, Gael-Linn CEF 115
196.  GENERAL HUMBERT: II, Shanachie 79032  [with Mary Black singing, mb $10]
197.  PADDY GLACKIN (fiddle): GLACKIN, Gael-Linn CEF 060
199.  MICK HANLY (singing): AS I WENT OVER BLACKWATER, GL SIF 3007  [with Matt Molloy, Paddy Glackin, Noel Hill, Donal Lunny, etc, mb $15]
200.  NOEL HILL (concertina): THE IRISH CONCERTINA, Claddagh CCF21
201.  NOEL HILL & TONY MacMAHON (concertina, accordion): I gCNOC NA GRAI, Gael-Linn CEF 114
202.  THE IRISH TRADITION: THE TIMES WE’VE HAD, GL SIF 1063  [Billy McComiskey, Brendan Mulvihill, & Andy O’Brien, autographed, mb $15]
203.  ANDY IRVINE & PAUL BRADY (singing, instrumental), Mulligan LUN 008
204.  JAMES KEANE (accordion): ROLL AWAY THE REEL WORLD, GL SIF 1026  sleeve corner cut
205.  THE KEANE FAMILY: MUINTIR CHATHAIN, Gael-Linn CEF 107  sleeve partially unglued but otherwise fine  [Dolores Keane, with aunts Sara and Rita, mb $15]
206.  THE LAICTIN NAOFA CEILI BAND (MILTOWN MALBAY, CO. CLARE), Dublin 1007  record E, not in original sleeve  [one of the rare ca 1960 LPs]
207.  TIM LYONS (singing): EASTER SNOW, GL SIF 1014  E-/E writing on front of sleeve
208.  TONY MacMAHON(accordion), Gael-Linn CEF 033  E+/E-
209.  CATHAL McCONNELL (flute, tinwhistle, singing): ON LOUGH ERNE’S SHORE, Flying Fish 058  [mb $20]
210.  JOE & ANTOINETTE McKENNA (uilleann pipes, singing): TRADITIONAL MUSIC OF IRELAND, Shanachie 29011  [autographed]
211.  JOE & ANTOINETTE McKENNA (uilleann pipes, singing): FAREWELL TO FINE WEATHER, Shanachie 79043
212.  MATT MOLLOY (flute), Mulligan LUN 004
213.  MATT MOLLOY, TOMMY PEOPLES & PAUL BRADY (flute, fiddle, guitar), Mulligan LUN 017
215.  MICK MOLONEY (banjo, mandolin): STRINGS ATTACHED, GL SIF 1027
216.  PADDY NOONAN (piano-accordion): SHAMROCK & HEATHER – IRISH & SCOTTISH DANCE MUSIC, Mallow HLP 502  V+/V sleeve lower seam separating, apparent water damage
217.  PADDY O’BRIEN (accordion): STRANGER AT THE GATE, GL SIF 1091
218.  MARY O’HARA (singing, harp): SONGS OF IRELAND, Tradition 1024
219.  MARY O’HARA (singing, harp): MARY O’HARA’S IRELAND, Tradition 2115
220.  OISIN: OISIN,  ID Records 2006  [mb$15]
222.  MICHEAL O’SUILLEABHAIN: CRY OF THE MOUNTAIN, Gael-Linn CEF 079  E+/E-  [with Paddy Keenan, Matt Molloy, Paddy Glackin, Mary Bergin, more, mb $15]
223.  TOMMY PEOPLES (fiddle): THE HIGH PART OF THE ROAD, Shanachie 29003  [with original insert and transcriptions]
224.  PLANXTY: PLANXTY, Polydor 2383 186  E+/E-
226.  TOMMY POTTS (fiddle): THE LIFFEY BANKS, Claddagh CC13
228.  JACKIE ROCHE & HIS IRISH DANCE BAND: AN IRISH DANCE PARTY, Avoca 33-AV-101  E-/V+ upper sleeve seam partially taped
229.  JOE RYAN & EDDIE CLARKE (fiddle, harmonica): CROSSROADS, GL SIF 1030  [mb $10]
230.  TOMMY SANDS (singing): SINGING OF THE TIMES, GL SIF 3044  sleeve corner cut
231.  SKARA BRAE: SKARA BRAE, Gael-Linn CEF 031
232.  SKYLARK: ALL OF IT, Claddagh CC49  [mb $10]
234.  THE TARA & GARRAI EOIN II CEILI BANDS: IRISH MUSIC – THE LIVING TRADITION VOL. 2, GL SIF 1022  [with original insert, mb $10]
235.  VARIOUS: FATHERS & DAUGHTERS FROM CHERISH THE LADIES, Shanachie 79054  [with original insert and transcriptions, mb $15]
236.  VARIOUS: AN FHIDIL VOL. 2, Gael-Linn CEF 068  [with Martin Hayes, Maurice Lennon, Seamus Glackin, etc, mb $30]
239.  VARIOUS: THE LARK IN THE MORNING, Tradition 1004  V+/V taped sleeve  [with Padraig O’Keeffe, Denis Murphy, Paddy Tunney, Sarah Makem, etc]


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Grading is standard, from M (mint) to P (poor). Most record conditions range from E (excellent, little or no audible wear) to V ("very good," in fact not so good, with a fair amount of noise), grades being adjusted with "+" and "-". Separate grades may be given for each side of the record where appropriate. Additional information may follow the main grade, sometimes using the following abbreviations:

ck  crack
dam              damage
hc         hair crack
lamlamination crack (one side)
lbl                 label
napnot affecting play
sol sticker on label