Friday, October 10, 2008

Michael Coleman

On my last post, i talked briefly of Shanachie Records, who started by issuing lots of irish music, contemporary and of the past. Here's a fine compilation of recordings by one of the greatest irish fiddler of all time, Michael Coleman 


The Irate Pirate said...

This is great stuff. Interesting how piano accompaniment was much more common in the older generation of Irish music. It's almost gone in the modern stuff.

Track 8 - Dougherty's (Jigs) seems to be missing though, unless it's grouped with another track.

mordecai said...

there is no file to download can yuo please re_up. Congratulations on a ggeat blog.

Snakey said...

Hi, i love your blog,a fantastic source of great music, there is no file to download here though, could you upload this again, thanks.

Anonymous said...

Got the same issue as Snakey, You just reach Mediafire's page and no files or folders can be selected for download.

Time2 said...

This file must have disappeared from Mediafire some time ago. I browsed your shared files, Gadaya, and found most records, but not "The Legacy of Michael Coleman".

So either it has been deleted or only was up for a short time in 2008 before taken down.


Gadaya said...

Yes i have to reupload it.... Maybe soon; i let you know..

Time2 said...

Great! Thanks for the fast answer! You know, most of your uploads work very well, but it seems Mediafire/upload sometimes don't work properly for all.

If it isn't too much trouble, you could also check your last upload - "Norman Edmonds", it would be good to know if there is something wrong with my computer or something else.

Thanks and Good Luck on your new Blog (or Weblog).