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Joseph Cormier/Joe Cormier: Informal Sessions

Audio Samples

>Miss Laura Andrews/Mrs. Ramsey of Rarnton/Mrs. Kennedy of ...
>Jigs in G
>Earl Gray/Perthshire Volunteers/Miss Margaret Campbell/The Reel of ...
>Silver Star Hornpipe/Karen's Real/Temperance Reel
>Mrs. Dow/Bobby's Winston Tune/Last Night's Fun
>Farleigh Castle/Clear the Track/Napoleon Hornpipe
>Untitled/Swallow Tail/Murray River
>Strathern/Miss M'Lean/Jonny's Made a Wadding O'It
>Glencoe March/The Auid Wheel/Jamie Hardie, The
>John Roy Stewart/Fisher's Wedding/Saratoga Hornpipe/Pottinger's ...
>Romp Among the Whims/The Way to Mull River/Traditional Tune/The ...
>Killercrankle
>Mr. Barclay/Willie Frazer's/Miss Rattray/Lady Mary Stofford
>Unknown/James F. Dickle
>Belle of the Ball
>Moonlight Clog/Unnamed Hornpipe/Heather Hill/Put Me in the Big Chest
>Mrs. Grant of Lagan/Miss Lyle/The Red Mill/John McNeil, Highland ...

Track List

>Miss Laura Andrews/Mrs. Ramsey of Rarnton/Mrs. Kennedy of ...
>Jigs in G
>Earl Gray/Perthshire Volunteers/Miss Margaret Campbell/The Reel of ...
>Silver Star Hornpipe/Karen's Real/Temperance Reel
>Mrs. Dow/Bobby's Winston Tune/Last Night's Fun
>Farleigh Castle/Clear the Track/Napoleon Hornpipe
>Untitled/Swallow Tail/Murray River
>Strathern/Miss M'Lean/Jonny's Made a Wadding O'It
>Glencoe March/The Auid Wheel/Jamie Hardie, The
>John Roy Stewart/Fisher's Wedding/Saratoga Hornpipe/Pottinger's ...
>Romp Among the Whims/The Way to Mull River/Traditional Tune/The ...
>Killercrankle
>Mr. Barclay/Willie Frazer's/Miss Rattray/Lady Mary Stofford
>Unknown/James F. Dickle
>Belle of the Ball
>Moonlight Clog/Unnamed Hornpipe/Heather Hill/Put Me in the Big Chest
>Mrs. Grant of Lagan/Miss Lyle/The Red Mill/John McNeil, Highland ...

Album Notes

Personnel includes: Joe Cormier (fiddle); Edmond Boudreau (guitar, bass); Eddie Irwin (piano).

Personnel: Joseph Cormier (fiddle); Edmond Boudreau (guitar); Eddie Irwin (piano).

Liner Note Author: Mark Wilson .

Recording information: Waltham, MA (1996-1997).

Photographers: Bill Nowlin; Mark Wilson .

This fiddler from Cape Breton is caught in a relaxed atmosphere that is ragged but right. While some of the tunes sound a bit like an amateur recital, there is a nice sense of place to the music here. ~ Tim Sheridan



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