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The Bothy Band

See also Nick Guida’s The Bothy Band discography at his fantastic The Balladeers website.

> Folk Music > Records > Mick Hanly, Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: Celtic Folkweave

Mick Hanly, Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: Celtic Folkweave

Mick Hanly, Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: Celtic Folkweave (Polydor 2908 013)

Celtic Folkweave
Mick Hanly, Mícheál Ó Domhnaill

Polydor 2908 013 (LP, UK, 1974)
Tara 4595489/4595490 (lP/CD, Ireland, 2022)

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Produced by Dónal Lunny;
Recorded by Pat Morley;
Remastered in 2022 by Alan Douches at West West Side Music, New York;
CD tracks 12 and 16 digitised by Philip Begley;
Sleeve notes by Marcus Connaughton;
Original sleeve design by Des O’Meara & Partners, adapted by Gary Parker

Musicians

Track numbers refer to the 2022 CD reissue

Mick Hanly: vocals [1, 3-12, 14-16], acoustic guitar [2-7, 9, 12, 14], dulcimer [8];
Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: vocals [1, 3-6, 8-10, 12-14, 16], guitar [2-7, 9, 12, 14];
Dónal Lunny: bodhrán [1, 8, 11];
Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill: bodhrán [2], harpsichord [9];
Liam O’Flynn: uilleann pipes [1, 3];
Declan McNelis: bass guitar [2, 14];
Matt Molloy: flute [3, 8];
Tommy Peoples: fiddle [8, 11]

Tracks

LP Side 1

  1. Bíodh Orm Anocht (1.45)
  2. The Bold Princess Royal (Roud 528; Laws K29; G/D 1:47) (4.28)
  3. The Banks of Claudy (Roud 266; Laws N40; G/D 5:1036; Henry H5, H693) (6.10)
  4. Éirigh’s Cuir Ort Do Chuid Éadaigh (2.15)
  5. An Bothán A Bha’ig Fionnghuala (1.52)

LP Side 2

  1. The Heathery Hills of Yarrow (Roud 13; Child 214; G/D 2:215) (5.54)
  2. Breton Dances (3.15)
  3. The Hiring Fair at Hamiltonsbawn (Roud 2890) (2.51)
  4. Bríd Óg Ní Mháille (3.10)
  5. The Glasgow Barber (Roud 2908) (3.33)
  6. (No Love Is Sorrow) Songbird (3.04)

CD

  1. An Bothán A Bha’ig Fionnghuala (album version) (1.58)
  2. Breton Dances (3.18)
  3. The Heathery Hills of Yarrow (Roud 13; Child 214; G/D 2:215) (6.04)
  4. Éirigh’s Cuir Ort Do Chuid Éadaigh (2.19)
  5. (No Love Is Sorrow) Songbird (3.09)
  6. The Bold Princess Royal (Roud 528; Laws K29; G/D 1:47) (4.35)
  7. The Banks of Sweet Primroses (Roud 586; G/D 8:1841) (2.58)
  8. Bíodh Orm Anocht (1.48)
  9. The Banks of Claudy (Roud 266; Laws N40; G/D 5:1036; Henry H5, H693) (6.21)
  10. Hè Mandu (1.36)
  11. The Hiring Fair at Hamiltonsbawn (Roud 2890) (2.58)
  12. The Hills of Granemore (Roud 2883) (3.54)
  13. Bríd Óg Ní Mháille (3.18)
  14. My Johnny Was a Shoemaker (Roud 1388; G/D 8:1848) (2.11)
  15. The Glasgow Barber (Roud 2908) (3.41)
  16. An Bothán A Bha’ig Fionnghuala (accapella single version) (1.51)

Track 7 previously unreleased;
Tracks 10, 12, 14, 16 bonus singles (A&B sides)

All tracks trad. arr. Mick Hanly, Mícheál Ó Domhnaill except
Track LP 9 / CD 13 trad. arr. Mícheál Ó Domhnaill;
Track LP 10 / CD 15 trad. arr. Mick Hanly;
Track LP 11 / CD 5 Bert Jansch, John Renbourn, Danny Thompson, Terry Cox, Jacqui McShee

> Folk Music > Records > The Bothy Band: The Bothy Band

The Bothy Band

The Bothy Band: The Bothy Band (Mulligan LUN 002)

The Bothy Band
The Bothy Band

Mulligan LUN 002 (LP, Ireland, 1975)
Polydor 2383 379 (LP, UK, 1975)
Mulligan LUN CD 002 (CD, Ireland, 2008)

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Produced by Dónal Lunny and Mícheál Ó Domhnaill;
Recorded by Pat Morley and Keith Mansfield at Dublin Sound Ltd;
2008 layout by Mike Presley and Whitney Beard

Musicians

Matt Molloy: flute, whistle;
Tommy Peoples: fiddles;
Paddy Keenan: uilleann pipes, whistle;
Dónal Lunny: bouzouki, vocals;
Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill: harpsichord, bodhrán, vocals;
Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: guitar, vocals

Tracks

Side 1

  1. The Kesh Jig double jig / Give Us a Drink of Water slip jig / The Flower of the Flock / Famous Ballymote reels (5.00)
  2. The Green Groves Of Erin / The Flowers of Red Hill reels (2.56)
  3. Do You Love an Apple? (Roud 654; TYG 33) (3.49)
  4. Julia Delaney reel (2.28)
  5. Patsy Geary’s / slide Coleman’s Cross double jig (2.57)
  6. Is Trua nach bhfuil Mé in Éirinn song (4.14)
  7. The Navvy on the Line / The Rainy Day reels (3.42)

Side 2

  1. The Tar Road to Sligo / Paddy Clancy’s double jigs (2.06)
  2. Martin Wynn’s / The Longford Tinker reels (2.36)
  3. Pretty Peg (Roud 120; Child 281; G/D 2:317; Henry H201) / Graig’s Pipes reel (3.39)
  4. Hector the Hero air / The Laird of Drumblaire strathspey and reel (2.22)
  5. The Traveller / The Humours of Lissadel reels (2.12)
  6. The Butterfly slip jig (2.42)
  7. The Salamanca / The Banshee / The Sailor’s Bonnet reels (3.39)

All tracks trad. arr. The Bothy Band

Video

The Bothy Band sing Pretty Peg at The Embankment Cabaret Rooms, Tallaght, Dublin, on 29 September 1976:

> Folk Music > Records > The Bothy Band: Old Hag You Have Killed Me

Old Hag You Have Killed Me

The Bothy Band: Old Hag You Have Killed Me (Mulligan LUN 007)

Old Hag You Have Killed Me
The Bothy Band

Mulligan LUN 007 (LP, Ireland, 1976)
Polydor 2383 417 (LP, UK, 1976)
Mulligan LUN CD 007 (CD, Ireland, 2008)

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Produced by Dónal Lunny and Mícheál Ó Domhnaill;
Recorded by Fritz Fryer at Rockfield Studios in July 1976;
Photography by Paddy;
1976 ypography and artwork by Wadewood;
2008 layout by Mike Presley;
Art direction by Jill Mumford

Musicians

Matt Molloy: flute, whistle;
Paddy Keenan: uilleann pipes, whistle, low whistle;
Kevin Burke: fiddles;
Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill: vocals, clavinet, harmonium;
Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: vocals, guitar;
Dónal Lunny: vocals, bouzouki, guitar, bodhrán

Tracks

Note: According to Discogs, all LPs have the same printed mixed-up titles, some CDs correct this but then mistakenly switch track title 5 with 11. The actual LP track list is:

Side 1

  1. Music in the Glen / Humours of Scariff / Otter’s Holt reels (3.17)
  2. Fionnghuala song (1.25)
  3. Farewell to Erin reel (3.18)
  4. The Ballintore Fancy: untitled piese / Kerry Jig / The Ballintore Fancy single jigs (3.30)
  5. Tiochfaidh an Samhradh (Summer Will Come) song (3.27)
  6. Michael Gorman’s slip jig / Cúnla songs / Road to Lisdoonvarna / Molly Bán reels (4.11)

Side 2

  1. Sixteen Come Next Sunday (Roud 277; Laws O17; G/D 4:791; Henry H152, H793) (2.56)
  2. Old Hag You Have Killed Me double jig / Dinny Delaney’s single jig / Morrison’s Jig double jig (4.10)
  3. Calum Sgaire song (3.24)
  4. The Kid on the Mountain: Rosie Finn’s Favourite single jig / Seán Buí double jig / The Kid on the Mountain slip jig (3.41)
  5. The Maid of Coolmore (Roud 2493) (5.35)
  6. The Laurel Tree: Billy Brocker’s / Humours of Loughrea / The Laurel Tree reels (3.15)

All tracks trad. arr. The Bothy Band

Video

The Bothy Band sing Sixteen Come Next Sunday at The Embankment Cabaret Rooms, Tallaght, Dublin, on 29 September 1976:

> Folk Music > Records > The Bothy Band: Out of the Wind Into the Sun

Out of the Wind Into the Sun

The Bothy Band: Out of the Wind Into the Sun (Mulligan LUN 013)

Out of the Wind Into the Sun
The Bothy Band

Mulligan LUN 013 (LP, Ireland, 1977)
Polydor 2383 456 (LP, UK, 1977)
Mulligan LUN CD 013 (CD, Ireland, 2008)

The Bothy Band: Out of the Wind Into the Sun (Mulligan LUN CD 013)
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Produced by Dónal Lunny and Mícheál Ó Domhnaill;
Recorded by Brian Masterson at Lombard Sound, Dublin, in June 1977;
Photography by Gered Mankowitz;
Design and art direction by Bill Smith

Musicians

Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill: vocals, clavinet, harmonium, electric piano;
Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: guitar;
Paddy Keenan: uilleann pipes, low whistle, Bb chanter, whistle;
Matt Molloy: flute, whistle;
Dónal Lunny: bouzouki, guitar, bodhrán, synthesiser;
Kevin Burke: fiddle

Tracks

Side 1

  1. The Morning Star / The Fisherman’s Lilt (C) / The Drunken Landlady / The Fisherman’s Lilt (D) reels (4.36)
  2. The Maids of Mitchelstown reel (3.16)
  3. Rip the Calico: The Leitrim Fancy double jig / Round the World for Sport (Sword in Hand) / Rip the Calico / Martin Wynne’s / The Enchanted Lady / The Holy Land reels (5.42)
  4. The Streets of Derry (Roud 896; Laws L11; Henry H705) (7.02)
  5. The Pipe on the Hob: double jig / The Hag at the Churn single jig (5.01)

Side 2

  1. The Sailor Boy (Roud 273; Laws K12; G/D 6:1245) (4.41)
  2. The Blackbird air, set dance and hornpipe (5.00)
  3. The Strayaway Child double jig (4.53)
  4. The Factory Girl (Roud 1659; Henry H127) (5.09)
  5. The Priest / Mary Willie’s Kerry slides / This Is My Love, Do You Like Her? double jig (3.20)

All tracks trad. arr. The Bothy Band except
Track 5 trad. arr. The Bothy Band, Dónal Lunny;
Track 8 Michael Gorman arr. Dónal Lunny

> Folk Music > Records > The Bothy Band: Afterhours

Afterhours

The Bothy Band: Afterhours (Mulligan LUN 030)

Afterhours
Recorded Live in Paris
The Bothy Band

Mulligan LUN 030 (LP, Ireland, 1978)
Polydor 2383 530 (LP, UK, 1978)
Mulligan LUN CD 030 (CD, Ireland, 2008)

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Produced by The Bothy Band;
Recorded at the Palais Des Arts, Paris, in June 1978;
Mobile by Dacout Studios;
Engineered by Philippe Omnès, Bernard Darsch, The Doctor (Paris) and Jimmy Wogan (RTE Radio Centre Dublin);
Photos by Herve Amtoine and Willy Matthews;
Album cover by Willy Matthews

Musicians

Kevin Burke: fiddle;
Paddy Keenan: uilleann pipes, whistle, low whistle;
Dónal Lunny: vocals, bouzouki, guitar, bodhrán;
Matt Molloy: flute;
Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill: vocals, clavinet, harmonium, bodhrán;
Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: vocals, guitar, harmonium, organ

Tracks

Side 1

  1. The Kesh Jig double jig / Give Us a Drink of Water slip jig / The Flower of the Flock / Famous Ballymote reels (4.25)
  2. The Butterfly slip jig (3.09)
  3. Casadh an tSúgáin (The Twisting of the Rope) song (5.00)
  4. Farewell to Erin reel (3.16)
  5. The Heathery Hills of Yarrow (Roud 13; Child 214; G/D 2:215) (4.53)

Side 2

  1. The Death of Queen Jane (Roud 77; Child 170; G/D 3:693) (4.33)
  2. The Pipe on the Hob: double jig / The Hag at the Churn single jig (4.50)
  3. The Priest / Mary Willie’s Kerry slides / This Is My Love, Do You Like Her? double jig (3.22)
  4. How Can I Live at the Top of a Mountain (Roud 3870) (4.16)
  5. Rosie Finn’s Favourite single jig / Over the Water to Charlie / double jig / The Kid on the Mountain slip jig (3.35)
  6. The Green Groves of Erin / The Flowers of Red Hill reels (3.02)

All tracks trad. arr. The Bothy Band except
Track 6 music Dáithí Sproule;
Track 9 Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill

> Folk Music > Records > Kevin Burke & Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: Promenade

Kevin Burke & Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: Promenade

Kevin Burke & Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: Promenade (Mulligan LUN CD 3028)

Promenade
Kevin Burke & Mícheál Ó Domhnaill

Mulligan LUN 028 (LP, Ireland, 1979)
Green Linnet SIF 3010 (LP, USA, 1981)
Mulligan LUN CD 3028 (CD, Ireland, 2003)

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Produced by Gerry O’Beirne and Mícheál Ó Domhnaill;
Recorded by Philip Begley;
Assistant engineers: How Thomas and Paul Thomas;
Front cover picture by Willy Matthews;
Design and layout by Whitley Beard

Musicians

Kevin Burke: fiddle;
Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: vocals, guitar, electric piano [5];
Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill: harmony vocals [2];
Dónal Lunny: bouzouki and bass bozouki [2];
Delan Sinnot: electric bass and electric guitar [5-6]

Tracks

Side 1

  1. The Pigeon on the Gate / Lafferty’s Reel / Matt People’s Reel reels (4.05)
  2. Lord Franklin (Roud 487; Laws K9; G/D 1:16; Henry H815) (3.50)
  3. Walsh’s Hornpipe / The Old Torn Petticoat hornpipes / The Old Torn Petticoat / The Bank of Ireland reels (6.15)
  4. Coinleach Ghlas An Fhómhair song (6.26)

Side 2

  1. The Promenade slip jig (3.50)
  2. Ar A Ghabháil Go Baile Átha Cliath Domh song (5.07)
  3. The Whole Chicken in the Soup slide / The Bird in the Bush / The New Mown Meadow / The Silver Spear reels (4.45)
  4. The Reverend Brother’s Jig / Sean Ryan’s Jig double jigs (3.16)

> Folk Music > Records > The Bothy Band: The Best of the Bothy Band

The Best of the Bothy Band

The Bothy Band: The Best of the Bothy Band (Mulligan LUN 041)

The Best of the Bothy Band
The Bothy Band

Mulligan LUN 041 (LP, Ireland, 1980)
Polydor 2383 583 (LP, UK, 1978)
Mulligan LUN CD 041 (CD, Ireland, 2008)

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Produced by Dónal Lunny and Mícheál Ó Domhnaill;
Sleeve design by Bluett / Esmonde

Musicians

Dónal Lunny: bouzouki, guitar, bodhrán, synthesiser, vocals;
Tommy Peoples: fiddle [1-2, 9, 12];
Kevin Burke: fiddle [3-6, 8, 10-11];
Matt Molloy: flute, whistle;
Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: guitar, vocals, bodhrán, harmonium;
Paddy Keenan: uilleann pipes, Bb chanter, whistle, low whistle;
Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill: vocals, clavinet, harmonium, bodhrán, electric piano, harpsichord

Tracks

Side 1

  1. The Salamanca / The Banshee / The Sailor’s Bonnet reels (3.39)
  2. Pretty Peg (Roud 120; Child 281; G/D 2:317; Henry H201) / Graig’s Pipes reel (3.39)
  3. The Blackbird air, set dance and hornpipe (5.00)
  4. The Maids of Mitchelstown reel (3.13)
  5. Casadh an tSúgáin (The Twisting of the Rope) (5.00)
  6. Music in the Glen / The Humours of Scariff / The Otter’s Holt reels (3.17)

Side 2

  1. Fionnghuala (1.25)
  2. Old Hag You Have Killed Me double jig / Dinny Delaney’s single jig / Morrison’s Jig double jig (4.10)
  3. Do You Love an Apple? (Roud 654; TYG 33) (3.49)
  4. The Leitrim Fancy double jig / Round the World for Sport / Rip the Calico / Martin Wynne’s / The Enchanted Lady / The Holy Land reels (5.40)
  5. The Death of Queen Jane (Roud 77; Child 170; G/D 3:693) (4.33)
  6. The Green Groves of Erin / The Flowers of Red Hill reels (3.02)

All tracks trad. arr. The Bothy Band except
Track 11 music Dáithí Sproule

Tracks 1-2, 9, 12 are from The Bothy Band (1975);
Tracks 6-8 are from Old Hag You Have Killed Me (1975);
Tracks 3-4, 10 are from Out of the Wind Into the Sun (1977);
Tracks 5, 11 are from Afterhours (1979)

> Folk Music > Records > Kevin Burke & Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: Portland

Kevin Burke & Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: Portland

Kevin Burke & Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: Portland (Gree nLinnet GLCD 1041)

Portland
Kevin Burke & Mícheál Ó Domhnaill

Green Linnet SIF 1041 (LP, USA, 1982)
Green Linnet GLCD 1041 (CD, USA)

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Produced by Kevin Burke and Mícheál Ó Domhnaill;
Recorded by David Mathew;
Mastered by Randy LeRoy

Musicians

Kevin Burke: fiddle;
Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: vocals, guitar, harmonium [2, 5, 8]

Tracks

Side 1

  1. Maudabawn Chapel / The Wild Irishman / The Mother Reel reels (2.57)
  2. Éirigh A Shiúir song (3.56)
  3. Breton Gavottes (2.40)
  4. The Rolling Waves / The Market Town / Scatter the Mud double jigs (3.52)
  5. Aird Uí Chumhaing song (3.32)

Side 2

  1. Paddy’s Return / Willy Coleman’s / Up in the Air double jigs (4.28)
  2. Lucy’s Fling fling / S’iomadh Rud A Chunnaic Mi song / Some Say the Devil Is Dead fling (4.15)
  3. Is Fada Liom Uaim Í song (4.10)
  4. Sweet Flower of Miltown (Tom Morrison’s) schottische / The Beare Island Reel / Gorge White’s Favourite / Dipping the Sheep reels (4.52)

Probably all tracks trad. except;
Track 1a Ed Reavy;
Track 3b Padrig Sicard;
Track 6b Willy Colemn;
Track 6c Kevin Burke & Mícheál Ó Domhnaill;
Track 9a Tom Morrison

> Folk Music > Records > The Bothy Band: Live in Concert

Live in Concert

The Bothy Band: Live in Concert (Strange Fruit SFRSCD063)

Live in Concert
The Bothy Band

Strange Fruit SFRSCD063 (CD, UK, 1998)

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Produced by Pete Dauncey;

Musicians

Mícheál Ó Domhnaill: guitar, vocals;
Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill: clavinet, vocals;
Dónal Lunny: bouzouki;
Kevin Burke: fiddle;
Matt Molloy: flute;
Peter Brown: fiddle [1-9];
Paddy Keenan: fiddle [10-16]

Tracks

Paris Theatre, 15 July 1976

  1. Martin Wynne’s / The Longford Tinker reels (2.50)
  2. Rosie Finn’s Favourite single jig Sean Búl double jig The Kid in the Mountain slip jig (3.44)
  3. Patsy Geary’s / slide Coleman’s Cross double jig (3.12)
  4. Sixteen Come Next Sunday (Roud 277; Laws O17; G/D 4:791; Henry H152, H793) (3.39)
  5. Michael Gorman’s slip jig / Cúnla song / Road to Lisdoonvarna / Joe Cooley’s reels (4.21)
  6. Lucy Campbell / The Laurel Tree reels (3.35)
  7. Fionnghuala (1.56)
  8. Farewell to Erin reel (3.36)
  9. The Kesh Jig double jig / Give Us a Drink of Water slip jig / The Flower of the Flock / Famous Ballymote reels (4.54)

Kilburn National, 24 July 1978

  1. The Tar Road to Sligo / Paddy Clancy’s double jigs (3.11)
  2. The Maids of Mitchelstown reel (3.43)
  3. I Wish My Love Was a Red Red Rose (Roud 308; G/D 5:946; Henry H711) (3.00)
  4. Pipe Solo: Garret Barry’s double jig / The Bucks of Oranmore reel (3.11)
  5. The Morning Star / The Fisherman’s Lilt / The Drunken Landlady reels (4.20)
  6. Do You Love an Apple? (Roud 654; TYG 33) (3.32)
  7. Roger Sherlock’s double jig / Around the World / Rip the Calico / Martin Wynne’s / Enchanted Lady / HolyLand reels (6.45)

All tracks trad. arr. The Bothy Band except
Tracks 1, 16d Martin Wynne

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Other records with The Bothy Band or its members

Brum Folk 76 Souvenir Album (BRUM 1976) Various Artists, Brumfolk ’76, LP, BRUM 1976, 1976

Cherish the Ladies: Woman of the House (Rounder 11661-7063-2) Cherish the Ladies, Woman of the House, CD, Rounder 11661-7063-2, 2005

6. Folkfestival auf der Lenzburg (VoxPop 4005/6) Various Artists, 6. Folk-Festival auf der Lenzburg, 2 LP, VoxPop 4005/6, 1977

The Acoustic Folk Box (Topic TSFCD 4001) Various Artists, The Acoustic Folk Box, 4 CD, Topic TSFCD4001, 2002