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Jul 1, 2008

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This week:

“BALLYBROLLY JIGS: The North Star, The Ghost Of Ballybrolly, Mulineira de Santalla d'Ozcos”
from Rubai

“The Stolen Child”
Claire Roche
from Dancing in the Wind

“Quick Step/Whistling Rufus”
Rattle the Boards
from The Parish Platform

“There Were Roses”
Seamus Kennedy
from Favorite Selections

“Bunch of Thyme”
James Connolly

“Ballydesmond Polkas”
Ken O'Malley
from ÓMáille

“The Winning Sides”
Robbie O'Connell
from Never Learned to Dance

“The Butterfly & Fermoy Lasses”
Bow Triplets
from Fair Play to You

“Puirt a' Beul”
Robbi McMillen
from Facade

“Poitin Valley”
The Logues

“St. Brendan Had a Boat”
The Elders
from Racing the Tide

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5. “Black is the Color” by Jenneth Tolin
4. “Planxty Irwin” by Thomas Patrick Kenny
3. “The Silk Road” by Siren's Song
2. “Rocks of Bawn” by Maidens IV

1. “The Prince of Darkness” by Ed Miller
from Lolander