Paddy Carty: flute
Conor Tully: fiddle
Frank Hogan: mandola

This classic recording by the great late East Galway flute player Paddy Carty in duet with the equally fine fiddle player Conor Tully was made back in 1985 and only released on cassette at the time, but is now available again on CD. This is a great opportunity to rediscover a wonderful collection of tracks, featuring many tunes not usually performed by flute players because of their keys, but which Paddy Carty performed seemingly with ease, thanks in part to the particular instrument he used (Radcliff system). 

Rating: ****

Price: $22.99
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1. Reels: Molly Bawn / Ryan's Rant
2. Jigs: Port an Bhrathar / Bryan O'Lynn
3. Reels: Red Tom of the Hills / Tommy Coen's
4. Reels: The Bunch of Keys
5. Reels: Come West Along the Road / Four Hand Reel
6. Reels: Bobby Casey's / Broken Pledge
7. Jigs: Carty's Favourites
8. Reels: Dowd's / In Memory of Coleman
9. Jigs: Hide and Go Seek / Eddie Kelly's
10. Hornpipe: Galway Bay
11. Reels: Brian Quinn's / New Policeman
12. Reels: Paddy Fahy's / Whistler of Rosslea
13. Reels: The Man of the House / The Maid I Ne'er Forgot
14. Jigs: Gan Ainm / Gallagher's