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Playlist of The Bothy Band

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  • The Kesh Jig/Give Us a Drink of Water/The Flower of the Flock/Famous Ballymote

    4:34

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    The Kesh Jig/Give Us a Drink of Water/The Flower of the Flock/Famous Ballymote · The Bothy Band

    1975

    ℗ 1975 Mulligan Records

    Released on: 2008-08-26

    Main Artist: The Bothy Band
    Arranger: The Bothy Band

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  • Casadh an tSugain - Micheal 0Domhnaill and Bothy Band 1979

    4:56

    Not really the Bothy Band, but the late great Micheal O'Domhnaill in 1979 with Kevin Burke on fiddle and Gerry O'Beirne on 12 string.

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  • The Bothy Band - The Butterfly

    3:24

    No infringement intended! Just had to share this awesome song with you people!

  • An Bothy Band ag Gradam Ceoil TG4 | Gaillimh 1999

    3:15

    Gradam Ceoil TG4 1999 : The Green Groves of Erin (0:00) & The Flowers of Red Hill (Reel 1:48) :
    Members of The Bothy Band : Tommy Peoples [ RIP ] & Paddy Glackin (fiddles), Matt Molloy (flute), Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill (keyboards), Mícheál Ó Domhnaill [RIP ] & Dónal Lunny (bouzouki).

    Garráin Ghlasa na hÉireann & Bláthanna An Chnoic Rua.

    An banna ceoil cáiliúil, An Bothy Band ag na Gradaim in Amharclann na Gaillimhe sa mbliain 1999.
    Tommy Peoples & Paddy Glackin (na fidil ), Matt Molloy (an fheadóig mhór), Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill (méarchlár), Mícheál Ó Domhnaill (giotár) & Dónal Lunny (basúcaí).

    Is de thoradh comhthionscadail idir TG4 agus an Irish Traditional Music Archive / Taisce Cheol Dúchais Éireann (ITMA) an chartlann seo. ???? ➡️

    #Gradam #TG4 #TradTG4 #CeolTG4

    Subscribe to TG4’s Irish Traditional Music Channel on YouTube ➡️
    Glac síntiús chuig Cainéal Ceoil TG4 ar YouTube➡️

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  • The Kesh Jig/Give Us a Drink of Water/The Famous Ballymote

    4:43

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    The Kesh Jig/Give Us a Drink of Water/The Famous Ballymote · The Bothy Band

    After Hours

    ℗ 1978 Mulligan Records

    Released on: 2008-04-08

    Main Artist: The Bothy Band
    Arranger: The Bothy Band

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  • The Bothy Band - The Kesh Jig / Give Us A Drink Of Water / Famous Ballymote

    4:34

    My favorite track from their first album. The Bothy Band played Irish traditional music during the folk revival in the 70s.

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  • The Bothy Band - The Kesh Jig / Give Us a Drink Of Water / The Famous Ballymote

    4:48

    The Bothy Band live in Paris, June 1978 (Released as After Hours 1979)

  • The Bothy Band - Old Hag You Have Killed Me

    4:17

    The Bothy Band - Old Hag You Have Killed Me (1976)

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    The Bothy Band was an Irish traditional band active during the late 1970s. It quickly gained a reputation as one of the most influential bands playing Irish traditional music. Their enthusiasm and musical virtuosity had a significant influence on the Irish traditional music movement that continued well after they disbanded in 1979.[1]
    The Bothy Band was formed in 1975 by bouzouki player Dónal Lunny, after he left the group Planxty to form his own record company, Mulligan. Lunny invited uilleann piper Paddy Keenan, flute and whistle player Matt Molloy, fiddler Paddy Glackin, and accordion player Tony MacMahon to get involved in an early project for the new label. This group of players was soon joined by a brother and sister who played in the Irish traditional group Skara Brae: Mícheál Ó Domhnaill on acoustic guitar and Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill on clavinet and vocals. Originally called, Seachtar (meaning seven), the group was renamed by Mícháel Ó Domhnaill after Tony MacMahon left the group to work as a producer for BBC. The Bothy Band made its debut on 2 February 1975 at Trinity College, Dublin.[1]
    In 1975, the Bothy Band released their eponymous first album on Green Linnet Records, which received critical acclaim and established their reputation as a significant musical force in Irish traditional music. In 1976, the released their second album, Old Hag You Have Killed Me, which also received critical praise and expanded their following. In 1977, they recorded what would be their last studio album, Out of the Wind -- Into the Sun. In 1979, the Bothy Band released a live album, After Hours (Live in Paris). The album included tracks recorded in London by the BBC at the Pares Theater in July 1976 and the Kilburn National Theater in July 1978.[1][2]
    During their four years together, the Bothy Band featured a variety of fiddlers. Original fiddler Glackin was replaced by Donegal fiddler Tommy Peoples on the band's début album. Peoples in turn was replaced by Sligo-influenced fiddler Kevin Burke on the second release.[1]
    After the group disbanded in 1979, the members continued to play influential musical roles in the Irish traditional music movement. Lunny returned to Planxty, and then later helped form the Celtic rock band Moving Hearts. He continued working as a record producer, and later formed the group Mozaik, releasing two albums in 2004 and 2007. Matt Molloy joined internationally known ensemble The Chieftains and Kevin Burke, after several solo projects, including two with Mícheál Ó Domhnaill, helped found the band Patrick Street with Jackie Daly (formerly of De Dannan) and Andy Irvine (formerly part of Planxty). Mícheál Ó Domhnaill and Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill went on to form the successful groups Relativity and Nightnoise.[1]
    In 1994, previously unreleased concert recordings from 1976 and 1978 were released as BBC Radio One -- The Bothy Band Live in Concert. Following the death of Mícheál Ó Domhnaill in July 2006, the surviving members of the Bothy Band came together at the tribute concert A Gig for Mícheál, held on 24 May 2007.

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  • The Bothy Band - Leitrim Fancy, Round The World For The Sport, Rip The Calico .wmv

    5:42

    The entire name of these reels and jig is Rip The Calico: Leitrim Fancy / Round The World For The Sport / Rip The Calico / Martin Wynne's / The Enchanted Lady / The Holy Land (Jig And Reels). It is too long for the title. I did want you to all know the names of the music. This is from the album Best of The Bothys released in 1993. Enjoy!

    Donal Lunny - bouzouki player uilleann piper Paddy Keenan, flute and whistle Paddy Keenan - Uilleann piper, pipes
    Matt Molloy - Flute and Whistle
    Paddy Glackin - Fiddle
    Kevin Burke - Fiddle
    Tony MacMahon - Accordion
    Mícheál Ó Domhnaill - Acoustic guitar
    Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill - Clavinet and vocal

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  • The Bothy Band - A Jig and Five Reels

    6:31

  • The Bothy Band - Old Hag You Have Killed Me

    42:46

    Enjoy!! (:

    Side one:

    1.Music In The Glen
    2.Fionnghuala
    3.The Kid On The Mountain
    4.Farewell To Erin
    5.Tiochfaidh An Samhradh
    6.The Laurel Tree

    Side two:
    7.16 Come Next Sunday
    8.Old Hag You Have Killed Me
    9.Calum Sgaire
    10.The Ballintore Fancy
    12.The Maid Of Coolmore
    13.Michael Gorman's

  • Old Hag You Have Killed Me - The Bothy Band

    4:20

    The Bothy Band from 1977
    Set of jigs

  • Bothy Band 1976 Green Groves of Erin, Flowers of Red Hill

    2:42


    Bothy Band 1976 Green Groves of Erin, Flowers of Red Hill

  • Drunken Landlady - The Bothy Band circa 1977

    3:46

    The Morning Star, The Fishermans Lilt & The Drunken Landlady.
    Thanks to Madragaelach & Kevo32a for identifying these!

  • Bothy Band -- Fionnghuala

    1:30

    This is the long awaited Am Bothan a Bh'aig Fionnghuala by the Bothy Band. I've been looking for it live for a year or so, and I finally found it on tg4's Siar an Bóthar on the 7th of january, 2009.

    Sung by Micheál O Domhnaill with Triona Ni Dhomnaill and Donal Lunny on harmony.

  • Do you love an apple - The Bothy Band 1976

    3:02

    Triona sings in the Embankment in September 1976

  • The Bothy Band - John Peel Session #1 9th March 1976

    12:25

    00:00 Am Bothan A Bhaig Fionnghual
    01:25 Old Hag You Have Killed Me/Danny Delaney/Morrisons
    05:33 When I Was A Fair Maid
    08:45 Music Of The Glen/The Humours Of Scariff/Poll An Madadh Uisce

  • The Morning Star

    4:39

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    The Morning Star · The Bothy Band

    Out of the Wind, Into the Sun

    ℗ 1977 Mulligan Records

    Released on: 2008-08-26

    Main Artist: The Bothy Band
    Arranger: The Bothy Band

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  • Tiocfaidh an Samhradh - The Bothy Band

    3:18

    Micheal O'Domhniall sings The Summer is Coming Kevin Burke on Fiddle and Donal Lunny on Guitar

  • The Bothy Band Pretty Peg &Craigs Pipes

    3:48

    The Bothy Band Pretty Peg &Craigs Pipes 1976

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  • The Bothy Band 1977

    2:01

    The Bothy band in 1977

  • The Maids of Mitchelstown

    3:19

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    The Maids of Mitchelstown · The Bothy Band

    Out of the Wind, Into the Sun

    ℗ 1977 Mulligan Records

    Released on: 2008-08-26

    Main Artist: The Bothy Band
    Arranger: The Bothy Band

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  • Rip The Calico

    5:48

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    Rip The Calico · The Bothy Band

    Out of the Wind, Into the Sun

    ℗ 1977 Mulligan Records

    Released on: 2008-08-26

    Main Artist: The Bothy Band
    Arranger: The Bothy Band

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  • The Bothy Band 1977 The Laurel Tree

    3:36

    Reels

  • Martin Wynnes/Reels - The Bothy Band 1976

    2:39

    The Bothy Band September 1976 in the Embankment Tallaght Dublin

  • The Bothy Band - The Maids of Mitchellstown

    3:18

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    One of my favourite Bothy Band tunes.

  • The Salamanca/The Banshee/The Sailors Bonnet

    3:40

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    The Salamanca/The Banshee/The Sailor's Bonnet · The Bothy Band

    1975

    ℗ 1975 Mulligan Records

    Released on: 2008-08-26

    Main Artist: The Bothy Band
    Arranger: The Bothy Band

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  • Bothy Band Woody DVD.wmv

    3:57

    A set of Irish Reels beginning with The Morning Star, live - The Bothy Band. Paddy Keenan pipes, Matt Molloy flute, Kevin Burke fiddle, Triona Ni Dhomhnaill keyborad, Micheal O'Domhnaill guitar & Donal Lunny bouzouki - 1977 - First track on their Out of the wind and into the sun album.

  • Music in the Glen -The Bothy Band,live at the Embankment

    3:00

    The Bothy Band play Music in the Glen Live in the Embankment Tallaght in 1976.
    Thanks to Kev32a for pointing out the incorrect title!

  • Humours of Donnybrook - The Bothy Band, 1980

    2:03

    Paddy Glackin & Paddy Keenan perform Humours of Donnybrook

  • The Strayaway Child - The Bothy Band

    4:56

    The Bothy Band recorded the long jig Strayaway Child on their album Out of the Wind Into the Sun. It features the fiddling of Kevin Burke.

  • The Bothy Band - The Salamanca / The Banshee / The Sailors Bonnet

    3:45

    I don't own the track or artwork.
    Taken from the Bothy Band's debut album released in 1975.

  • The Bothy Band- Patsy Gearys/ Colemans Cross

    3:03

    This video is for promotional purposes. I hope that you will enjoy the music as much as I do :)

  • The Butterfly

    3:23

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    The Butterfly · The Bothy Band

    After Hours

    ℗ 1978 Mulligan Records

    Released on: 2008-04-08

    Main Artist: The Bothy Band
    Arranger: The Bothy Band

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  • The Bothy Band - The Death of Queen Jane - After Hours

    4:47

    A brilliant version of the traditional song, The Death of Queen Jane which was on the last live album that The Bothy Band recorded. It is from their album, After Hours (Recorded Live in Paris). Enjoy!

    Personnel:
    Kevin Burke - Fiddle (Old Hag, After Hours, Out of the Wind)
    Triona Ni Dhomhnaill - Harpsichord, Calvinet, Vocals
    Micheal O Dhomhnaill - Guitar, Vocals
    Paddy Keenan - Uileann Pipes, Whistle
    Donal Lunny - Bouzouki
    Matt Molloy - Flute, Whistle

  • The Bothy Band - The Morning Star

    4:42

    The Morning Star (The Morning Star / The Fisherman's Lilt / The Drunken Landlady) appears on the album Out of the Wind into the Sun.

    The Bothy Band was an Irish traditional band active during the late 1970s. It quickly gained a reputation as one of the most influential bands playing Irish traditional music.

    Their enthusiasm and musical virtuosity had a significant influence on the Irish traditional music movement that continued well after they disbanded in 1979.

    Musicians :

    Kevin Burke - fiddle,
    Paddy Keenan - pipes, whistle
    Matt Molloy -flute
    Dónal Lunny - vocals, bouzouki, guitar, bodhrán
    Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill - vocals, keyboards, bodhrán
    Mícheál Ó Domhnaill - vocals, guitar, keyboards

  • Music in the Glen/The Humours of Scariff - The Bothy Band

    3:01

    The Bothy Band in 1977

  • The Bothy Band - Factory Girl

    5:15

    Factory Girl by The Bothy Band released in 1977 and reissued in 1993 on their album, Out of the Wind into the Sun. This is their 3rd studio album. Enjoy!

    Personnel:
    Dónal Lunny - Bodhran, Bouzouki, Guitar, Keyboards, Synthesizer and Arranger
    Kevin Burke - Fiddle
    Matt Molloy - Flute, Whistle (Human), Whistle (Instrumental), Wind
    Mícheál Ó Domhnaill - Guitar
    Paddy Keenan - Low Whistle, Pipe, Whistle (Human), Whistle (Instrument))
    Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill - Clavinet, Harmonium, Keyboards, Piano (Electric), Vocals

    For the latest info on Tiona Ni Dhomhnaill check out her wonderful site:

  • The Bothy Band In Concert 11th Sept 1976

    34:26

    Recorded from BBC Radio 2 1976.

  • Fionnghuala

    1:28

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    Fionnghuala · The Bothy Band

    Old Hag You Have Killed Me

    ℗ 1976 Mulligan Records

    Released on: 2008-07-08

    Main Artist: The Bothy Band
    Arranger: The Bothy Band

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  • 16 come next Sunday - The Bothy Band September 1976

    3:15

    Triona sings here at the Embankment September 1976

  • Fionnghuala - The Bothy Band 1977

    1:31

    Micheal, Triona and Donal from the Embankment

  • The Bothy Band In Concert.BBC Radio Program Both Sides Now Mid 1970s.

    17:35

  • Bothy Band 1976 Old hag you have killed me, Dinnie Delaneys, Morrissons

    4:21


    Bothy Band 1976 Old hag you have killed me, Dinnie Delaney's, Morrisson's

  • The Maid of Coolmore

    5:38

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    The Maid of Coolmore · The Bothy Band

    Old Hag You Have Killed Me

    ℗ 1976 Mulligan Records

    Released on: 2008-07-08

    Main Artist: The Bothy Band
    Arranger: The Bothy Band

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  • The Bothy Band - Martin Wynnes/The Longford Tinker

    2:33

    From their album The Bothy Band 1975: The First Album which was released in cd form in 1993. Enjoy!

    The Bothy Band was formed in 1975 and disbanded in 1979. They still remain one of the most influential bands on modern Celtic music. After disbanding, members became affiliated with, returned to, or started groups Planxty, Nightnoise, Patrick Street.

    Members have changed but here is a beginning list of original members:
    Donal Lunny - bouzouki player uilleann piper Paddy Keenan, flute and whistle Paddy Keenan - Uilleann piper
    Matt Molloy - Flute and Whistle
    Paddy Glackin - fiddle
    Tony MacMahon - Accordion
    Mícheál Ó Domhnaill - Acoustic guitar
    Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill - Clavinet and vocals

    Other Fiddlers: Tommy Peoples, Kevin Burke

  • Benoit Bourque: Piece 3: The Bothy Band

    5:21

  • Julia Delaney

    2:32

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    Julia Delaney · The Bothy Band

    1975

    ℗ 1975 Mulligan Records

    Released on: 2008-08-26

    Main Artist: The Bothy Band
    Arranger: The Bothy Band

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  • The Butterfly

    2:46

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    The Butterfly · The Bothy Band

    1975

    ℗ 1975 Mulligan Records

    Released on: 2008-08-26

    Main Artist: The Bothy Band
    Arranger: The Bothy Band

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  • bothy band - do you love an apple live on RTE 1976 kieransirishmusicandsurvivalcompound blogspot co

    2:49

    splendid live performance by the bothy band

    Lyrics
    Do you love an apple

    Do you love an apple, do you love a pear?
    Do you love a laddie with curly brown hair?
    Chorus

    And still, I love him, I can't deny him
    I'll be with him where ever he goes

    Before I got married I wore a black shawl
    But now that I'm married I wear bugger-all
    Chorus

    He stood at the corner, a fag in his mouth
    Two hands in his pockets, he whistled me out
    Chorus

    He works at the pier, for nine pound a week,
    Saturday night he comes rolling home drunk

    Chorus

    Before I got married I'd sport and I'd play
    But now, the cradle gets in me way
    Chorus

    Do you love an apple, do you love a pear?
    Do you love a laddie with curly brown hair?
    And still, I love him, I can't deny him
    I'll be with him where ever he goes

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