Before Patrick Street was even a gleam in his eye, fiddler Kevin Burke had already set new standards for fiddle/guitar duo playing with his collaboration with Micheal O'Domhnaill. With Promenade (as well as the companion recording Portland), they created a music that virtually defined a genre. The simple yet intricate and fluid lines woven by Burke and 0’Domhnaill are akin to poetry. Recorded over thirty years ago in 1979, it remains every bit as vital today.
|The Pigeon on the Gate/Lafferty’s Reel/ Matt People’s Reel||Buy|
|Walsh’s Hornpipe/The Old Torn Petticoat (REEL)/The Bank or Ireland||Buy|
|Coileach Ghlas An Fhómhair||Buy|
|Ar A Ghabháil Go Baile Átha Cliath Domh||Buy|
|The Whole Chicken in the Soup/The Bird in the Bush/The New Mown Meadow/The Silver Spear||Buy|
|The Reverend Brother’s Jig/Sen Ryan’s Jig||Buy|