Paddy Reynolds, Charlie Mulvihill & James Keane
with Felix Dolan
Sweet and Traditional Music of Ireland
"In 1971 Paddy Reynolds made "Sweet and Traditional Music of Ireland," an LP for Rego Records with native New York button accordionist Charlie Mulvihill and Dublin-born button accordionist James Keane, backed by pianist Felix Dolan, with Tom O'Neill on bass. On that album are "Providence/Dudeen" reels and "Little Thatched Cabin/Paddy Reynolds's Dream" jigs, basically solo showcases for Reynolds that reveal how accomplished a fiddler he was in his early 50's."
Cuts from Paddy Reynolds (fiddle) and Charlie Mulvihill (accordion), along with tracks from James Keane (accordion), make this album a classic!
Atlantic Wave/Dillon Brown (Reels) •Providence/Dudeen (Reels) • Lad O’Beirne/Quilty (Hornpipes) •Tempest/Mulvihill’s (Jigs) •Charlie’s Aunt/Tommy’s Favorite (Jigs) •Mulvihill’s/Tramps (Reels) •Little Thatched Cabin/Paddy Reynolds’ Dream (Jigs) •Fedora/Gallagher (Reels) •Sporting Pat/Tilly Finn’s/The Sailor’s Bonnet (Reels) •American Reel/Paddy Kelly’s/Concert Reel (Reels) …and many more