On the Fly

On the Fly

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On the Fly

On the Fly:buyers who shop here marketplace and its localized counterparts, enjoy a highly personalized experience with an unparalleled selection at great value. I'm embarrassed to admit that I had no idea, until today, that John Carty had joined Patrick Street back in 2005. For those who love Irish traditional music this was already a truly extraordinary lineup, with backgrounds intertwined among such iconic groups as Planxty, De Dannan and the Bothy Band. And now they've added the multi-talented John Carty. After blurting out a big "WOW!" my first thought was "but wait, they've already got one of the greatest fiddlers of all time in Kevin Burke...what are they going to do with another?" Yes, my feeble mind had forgotten for a moment that in addition to the fiddle, Carty is also masterful on both the flute and banjo. His contributions on each of these three instruments really add something special to the already full-bodied sound of Patrick Street. I can't wait to see them live.Needless to say, I was thrilled to see this album come out. The tune selection is superb, with plenty of my old favorites like Paidin O'Raifeartaigh, Martin Wynne's, Jackie Coleman's, Mulvihill's, etc., as well as several others that I've never heard (or heard of), such as Malynn's Fancy and John Stenson's. Each is wonderful. While none seemed quite as lively as the most spirited numbers on the 1999 "Live from Patrick Street" CD, it is nevertheless evident that they're at the very top of their game on this thoroughly enjoyable recording. In short, "On the Fly" is a CD that is well worth owning.I was saddened to hear that this may be the last Patrick Street album featuring Jackie Daly on the accordian. Both he and his sparkling talent will be sorely missed.charlotte mall,max 44% off,max 89% offOn the Fly
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On The Fly"" is the new album from celebrated Irish band PATRICK STREET and perhaps their most profoundly traditional. Now in their third decade, Patrick Street are considered ""the Irish supergroup"". The new CD indicates the opening of an exciting new chapter for the group, as well as a change in one of its longest-running line-ups. Renowned accordion player and founding member Jackie Daly has decided to step down from the ""Street,"" and bids us farewell with some dynamic playing. The album also features thrilling fiddle duets from Kevin Burke amp; newest member, John Carty, and wonderful singing and instrumentation from Andy Irvine and Ged Foley. ""On the Fly"" not only captures successfully Patrick Street's transitions but heralds another exciting new direction for the band.

"h3"Review "p"...this decade's answer to The Bothy Band and Planxty. --The Irish Times

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On the Fly

On the Fly:buyers who shop here marketplace and its localized counterparts, enjoy a highly personalized experience with an unparalleled selection at great value. I'm embarrassed to admit that I had no idea, until today, that John Carty had joined Patrick Street back in 2005. For those who love Irish traditional music this was already a truly extraordinary lineup, with backgrounds intertwined among such iconic groups as Planxty, De Dannan and the Bothy Band. And now they've added the multi-talented John Carty. After blurting out a big "WOW!" my first thought was "but wait, they've already got one of the greatest fiddlers of all time in Kevin Burke...what are they going to do with another?" Yes, my feeble mind had forgotten for a moment that in addition to the fiddle, Carty is also masterful on both the flute and banjo. His contributions on each of these three instruments really add something special to the already full-bodied sound of Patrick Street. I can't wait to see them live.Needless to say, I was thrilled to see this album come out. The tune selection is superb, with plenty of my old favorites like Paidin O'Raifeartaigh, Martin Wynne's, Jackie Coleman's, Mulvihill's, etc., as well as several others that I've never heard (or heard of), such as Malynn's Fancy and John Stenson's. Each is wonderful. While none seemed quite as lively as the most spirited numbers on the 1999 "Live from Patrick Street" CD, it is nevertheless evident that they're at the very top of their game on this thoroughly enjoyable recording. In short, "On the Fly" is a CD that is well worth owning.I was saddened to hear that this may be the last Patrick Street album featuring Jackie Daly on the accordian. Both he and his sparkling talent will be sorely missed.charlotte mall,max 44% off,max 89% offOn the Fly