Poll Tune Suggestions

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  1. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    I am going to use this discussion to populate the future polls. Please submit your suggestions along with the genre to this discussion. These are the tunes that have been suggested, but have not been used in a poll:

    Santa Lucia ~ Old Italian music
    Evening Prayer Blues ~ Bluegrass
    True Life Blues~ Bluegrass (#20 poll 1 vote)
    Waltz In The Bluegrass ~ Bluegrass
    Cheyenne ~ Bluegrass
    Baltimore Johnny ~ Bluegrass
    Boston Boy ~ Bluegrass
    Big Mon ~ Bluegrass
    Pike County Breakdown ~ Bluegrass
    Monroe's Hornpipe ~ Bluegrass (week #39, 40)
    Roanoke ~ Bluegrass (winner week #35)
    I'm Working On A Building ~ Bluegrass
    New Camptown Races ~ Bluegrass (poll #40)
    Old Dangerfield ~ Bluegrass
    Paddy On The Turnpike ~ Bluegrass (week #27 winner)
    Temperance Reel ~ Bluegrass, IT (week #28 winner)
    Walls Of Time ~ Bluegrass
    Whiskey Before Breakfast ~ Bluegrass, OT (poll 28, 29, 30, 31, 32)
    Red Wing (OT, BG) (week #22, #22 #23 poll) (winner week #23)
    The Rights of Man (IT) (week #23 poll 5 votes, winner week #24))
    Greencastle Hornpipe (OT/IT) (week #22 poll 1 vote) (finally, an 'other' tune)
    Pig Ankle Rag (OT/Swing) (#23 poll 3 votes, #24 4 votes))
    Goldrush (Monroe/ BG) (#20 poll no votes)
    St. Anne's Reel (BG, OT) (winner week #38)
    Nuages ~ gypsy jazz tune
    John Brown's March
    Campbell's Farewell to Red Gap (polls 22, 23, 24.. finally 'other tune')
  2. Tom Tax
    Tom Tax
    Some suggestions, all of which have available tabs.

    Midnight on the Water (OT)
    Rickett's Hornpipe (OT/IT)
    Hell Among the Yearlings (OT/Bluegrass)
    Blackberry Blossom (OT/Bluegrass)
    Bonaparte Crossing the Rhine (OT)
    Bonaparte's Retreat (OT)
    Brilliancy (OT)
    Cattle in the Cane (OT/Bluegrass)
    President Garfield's Hornpipe (OT)
    Leather Britches (OT/Bluegrass)
    Stoney Point (OT/Bluegrass)
    Kitchen Girl (OT)
  3. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    Tom, you're a man after my own heart (figuratively speaking) for all those OT suggestions! Thanks!!!
  4. billkilpatrick
    a dizzing choice ... we going to learn them all?

    can i also suggest "fly around my pretty little miss?" - been listening to the new lost city ramblers, early years album.
  5. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    Bill, this will be the 'official' list I will work from when making up the future polls! So, as ya'll think of tunes you'd like to see in the polls, please submit them here!
  6. OldSausage
    OldSausage
    These are all Old Time:
    Cluck Old Hen
    Leather Britches
    Texas Gales
  7. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    From Tom Tax

    Some suggestions, all of which have available tabs.

    Midnight on the Water (OT) (winner week #25)
    Rickett's Hornpipe (OT/IT) (week #25 poll 1 vote)
    Hell Among the Yearlings (OT/Bluegrass)
    Blackberry Blossom (OT/Bluegrass)
    Bonaparte Crossing the Rhine (OT)
    Bonaparte's Retreat (OT)
    Brilliancy (OT)
    Cattle in the Cane (OT/Bluegrass) (week 30 winner)
    President Garfield's Hornpipe (OT)
    Leather Britches (OT/Bluegrass) (week 38, 39, 40)
    Stoney Point (OT/Bluegrass)
    Kitchen Girl (OT) (week 29 winner)
  8. Eddie Sheehy
    I'd like to see a few new waltzes to learn. I need a break from blazing fast reels and BG tunes.
  9. Eddie Sheehy
    Or slow BG tunes, like Willow Garden, Shady Grove etc.
  10. Susanne
    Susanne
    Good choices of tunes here! I'm a great oldtime lover, and just recently decided that bluegrass is not for me (even if I'll probably continue playing it a little, no great ambitions though), for reasons I won't go into here. I loove oldtime music and oldtime musicians and everything oldtime!

    A few other tunes:

    Big Scioty (not sure if it has been up)
    Old Joe Clark (what's wrong with standard tunes?)
    Seneca square dance
    Bound to have a little fun
    Flop eared mule
    Midnight on the water (lovely ot waltz)
  11. chrisblack
    chrisblack
    So this is how it works is it??? I wasn't sure when I put up a tune in the song and tune projects forum...

    People submit suggested tunes here,and then a number are chosen for each week?

    Chris
  12. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    Chris, welcome to the group! The way the group works is: Every week (or so) I put up a poll in the regular message board under Song & Tune projects. Each member of the social group can vote, and on Friday mid dayish, I announce the winner. I come up with the tunes for the polls from this list of suggestions from the members.

    We also encourage you to video yourself doing any tune you like, and submit them whenever you want, with the name of the tune as the title of the discussion. I then link to them in the 'table of contents ~ other tunes'. Some of these tunes will have other members also submit their videos of that tune, other tunes, it's just the one video. This way, you can share the tunes that you like, or do well, or whatever, with the rest of us.

    As far as the official tune of the week, you can submit your videos to these tunes whenever you want.... just because you are starting here at week 20, you can go back and 'revive' those old threads by sumbitting your video.

    We have a wide range of talent and tastes here in the group, and I try to incorporate several different genre of tunes for the poll, but popular vote always wins.

    Welcome, and we're looking forward to seeing some of your videos!

    Barb
  13. chrisblack
    chrisblack
    Thanks Barbara - I submitted O'Sullivans March on the other forum (song and tune projects) for a whirl.. wasn't sure how to get it listed here though.

    Chris
  14. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    From susiakasinead
    Good choices of tunes here! I'm a great oldtime lover.

    Big Scioty (not sure if it has been up) (yes, it was tune of the week already)
    Old Joe Clark (what's wrong with standard tunes?) (not a thing!) (week 31 winner)
    Seneca square dance
    Bound to have a little fun
    Flop eared mule (week 36, 37, 38, 39 winner)
    Midnight on the water (lovely OT waltz) (week #25 winner)

    From Eddie Sheehy

    Willow Garden (BG)
    Shady Grove (BG) (week #26 winner)

    Some more suggestions

    Southwind (week #26 poll 0 votes)
    Hewlett (O'Carolan)
    Shebeg & Shemore (O'Carolan)
    Boyer's Waltz
    Lord Inchiquin (O'Carolan) (poll weeks 31, 32, winner week #36)
    Planxty John Irwin (O'Carolan)
    The Girl I left Behind (OT)

    From OldSausage

    Cluck Old Hen (OT) (week 39, 40)
    Leather Britches (OT) (weeks #38, 39, 40)
    Texas Gales (OT) (week #25 poll, week #26 poll 4 votes, #27 poll-2 votes)
  15. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    Chris, just start a new discussion here on the social group, with O'Sullivan's March as the title of the discussion, and embed your YouTube video into the discussion! We'd like it here!
  16. AZStu
    AZStu
    I like instrumentals well enough, but I'd like to see some more tunes that have vocals in 'em too.

    It may be a bit selfish, but it gives me ideas for songs to learn and take back to my band for subsequent vocal and solo massacres!

    Kentucky Waltz is a good example of that. It's great to hear different people's ideas of breaks for the same tune.
  17. Eddie Sheehy
    The Boys of Balisodare - jig
    King of the Faeries - hornpipe
    The Rakes of Mallow - reel
    Zorba the Greek theme - hopa
    The Frieze Britches - jig
    The Wind that shakes the Barley - reel
    Mna na h-Eireann (Women of Ireland) - Slow Air
    An Chuilfhionn (The Coolin) - Slow Air
    Marbhna Luimni (Limerick's Lament) - Slow Air
    Glory-o to the Bold Fenian Men - Slow Air
    O'Neills March (An Dearg Doom) - polka
    Brian Boru's March - jig
    All of me - swing/jazz
    Nuages - swing/jazz
    John Brown's March - OT
    Hollow Poplar - OT
    Wildwood Flower - BG/OT
  18. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    From Eddie Sheehy

    The Boys of Balisodare - jig (polls weeks 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 ,35 ,36, 37, 38)
    King of the Faeries - hornpipe
    The Rakes of Mallow - reel
    Zorba the Greek theme - hopa
    The Frieze Britches - jig
    The Wind that shakes the Barley - reel (week 34 winner)
    Mna na h-Eireann (Women of Ireland) - Slow Air
    An Chuilfhionn (The Coolin) - Slow Air
    Marbhna Luimni (Limerick's Lament) - Slow Air (week #38 1 vote)
    Glory-o to the Bold Fenian Men - Slow Air
    O'Neills March (An Dearg Doom) - polka
    Brian Boru's March - jig
    All of me - swing/jazz
    Nuages - swing/jazz
    John Brown's March - OT
    Hollow Poplar - OT
    Wildwood Flower - BG/OT (week 32 poll)
  19. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    Just a reminder that if you have any tunes you would like to see put on the weekly polls, please submit them in this discussion, along with the genre!
  20. Daci
    Daci
    Midnight On The Water is an excellent choice..
    Greenwood side is another good old tune,as is Morpeth Rant. and Plains OF Boyle.
    This last one goes perfect with The Brown Chest as demonstrated here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iM0PRVP93vI
  21. OldSausage
    OldSausage
    Do you think we might have some Christmas tunes in the poll for next time? Like Jingle Bells, Frosty The Snowman, etc.?
  22. CelticDude
    CelticDude
    OS - I was thinking we should have a thread for holiday tunes, not specifically for one, but for any/all that people were brave enough to post. In fact, if I were one of those brave folk, I would have already started it...
  23. OldSausage
    OldSausage
    We could certainly do that too
  24. Manfred Hacker
    Manfred Hacker
    I would like to suggest:
    Georgia Boys (fiddle tune)
    Rose of Avonmore
    The Wind that Shakes the Barley (Irish)
    Brian Boru's March
    Please forgive me if I bring up stuff you guys have already played or discussed.
    I have not been able yet to look at every thread.

    Manfred
  25. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    Thanks for the suggestions, and I'd like to remind everyone to continue to add suggestions to this discussion!

    Manfred, have you explored the 'table of contents'; both the official tunes, and the other tunes. Also, this message board has a search function, so if you are curious if a tune has been discussed, just type the appropriate term in the search window, and that should net you some results!
  26. mculliton123
    mculliton123
    May I suggest "Hector the Hero"??, i believe it is a waltx and the tab is here in the Caf'e under resources.
    here is a link:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkKrv8bVjns

    MIchael
  27. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    from Michael:

    mculliton123
    May I suggest "Hector the Hero" (week #40 poll & winner)
  28. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    Hey ya'll, I've worked through a good part of this list, and thought it'd be a good time for our membership to put on their thinking caps, and make some new tune suggestions for me to work from. Please include the genre, along with the name of the tune! Thanks!
  29. Eddie Sheehy
    Tom Dooley - OT/BG
    Rocky Road to Dublin - IT
    Diving Duck Blues - Blues
    Music for a Found Harmonium - Fun
    William Tell Overture - Classical
    Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Movies Themes
  30. Manfred Hacker
    Manfred Hacker
    Beaumont Rag
    Cherokee Shuffle
    Westphalia Waltz
    Georgia Boys (fiddle tune)
    Brian Boru's March (Irish)
    Red-haired Boy
    Scatter the Mud (Irish, Jig?)
    Geese in the Bog (Irish, Jig?)
    Rose of Avonmore (a.k.a. Rose of Sharon?) (Waltz)
    Texas Gales (fiddle tune)
    Congress Reel (Irish)
  31. David Hansen
    David Hansen
    Here's a few I've wanted to learn:



    Spootiskerry (Shetland)
    La Bastringue (Quebec)
    Shove That Pig’s Foot A Little Further In The Fire (OT)
    Brenda Stubbert’s (Cape Breton)
    Juliann Johnson (OT)
    Damon’s Winder (OT)
    Humors of Ennistymon (Irish)
    Tennessee Waltz
  32. Eddie Sheehy
    I second David's list... a lot of good tunes there and I don't know any of them. But that's why I'm here...
  33. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    Ok, here's the list I'll be working from. These are the tunes you just suggested, plus the ones from earlier suggestions that haven't been used.

    Tom Dooley - OT/BG
    Rocky Road to Dublin - IT (week 42 poll & winner) xxx
    Diving Duck Blues - Blues
    Music for a Found Harmonium - Fun
    William Tell Overture - Classical
    Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Movies Themes

    Beaumont Rag (52 poll & winner) xxxxx
    Cherokee Shuffle
    Westphalia Waltz (week 48, 49, 50, 51 poll) ------
    Georgia Boys (fiddle tune) (week 54, 55, 56 poll) --------
    Brian Boru's March (Irish)
    Red-haired Boy (week 43 poll & winner) xxxxxx
    Scatter the Mud (Irish, Jig?)
    Geese in the Bog (Irish, Jig?)
    Rose of Avonmore (a.k.a. Rose of Sharon?) (Waltz)
    Texas Gales (fiddle tune) (week 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 poll) -------
    Congress Reel (Irish)

    Spootiskerry (Shetland)
    La Bastringue (Quebec)
    Shove That Pig’s Foot A Little Further In The Fire (OT) (week 48 poll winner) xxxxxx
    Brenda Stubbert’s (Cape Breton) (week #50 winner) xxxxxx
    Juliann Johnson (OT)
    Damon’s Winder (OT)
    Humors of Ennistymon (Irish) (week 48, 49, 50 poll) -------
    Tennessee Waltz

    Glory-o to the Bold Fenian Men - Slow Air
    O'Neills March (An Dearg Doom) - polka
    Brian Boru's March - jig
    All of me - swing/jazz
    Nuages - swing/jazz
    John Brown's March - OT (week 51, 52, poll) -------
    Hollow Poplar - OT
    Mna na h-Eireann (Women of Ireland) - Slow Air
    An Chuilfhionn (The Coolin) - Slow Air
    King of the Faeries - hornpipe (week 44 poll & winner) xxxxx
    The Rakes of Mallow - reel (week 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 poll) ------
    Zorba the Greek theme - hopa
    The Frieze Britches - jig (week 45, 46 poll) ------
    Hewlett (O'Carolan)
    Shebeg & Shemore (O'Carolan) (week 53, 54 winner)xxxx
    Boyer's Waltz
    Planxty John Irwin (O'Carolan) (week 46 poll winner) xxxxx
    The Girl I left Behind (OT) (week 55, 56 poll winner) xxxxx
    Willow Garden (BG) (51 poll & winner) xxxxxx
    Seneca square dance
    Bound to have a little fun
    Bonaparte Crossing the Rhine (OT) (week 53 winner) xxxxxx
    Bonaparte's Retreat (OT)
    Brilliancy (OT) (week 56, 57 poll)
    President Garfield's Hornpipe (OT)
    Stoney Point (OT/Bluegrass) (week 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 poll) ------
    Santa Lucia ~ Old Italian music
    Evening Prayer Blues ~ Bluegrass
    Waltz In The Bluegrass ~ Bluegrass (week 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 poll) ------
    Cheyenne ~ Bluegrass
    Baltimore Johnny ~ Bluegrass (week 48, 49 poll & winner) xxxxxx
    Boston Boy ~ Bluegrass
    Big Mon ~ Bluegrass
    Pike County Breakdown ~ Bluegrass
    I'm Working On A Building ~ Bluegrass
    Old Dangerfield ~ Bluegrass (52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57 poll)
    Walls Of Time ~ Bluegrass
    Nuages ~ gypsy jazz tune
    Cluck Old Hen (OT) (week 42, 43, 44, 45 poll & winner) xxxxxx

    Irishman's Heart to the Ladies (IT jig) (week #49, 50 poll) -------
    Ash Grove (Welch) (week 53, 54, 55, 56, 57 poll)
    Barbara Allen (english folk)
    "The Merry Blacksmith" (reel)
    "Cooley's Reel"
    "Soldier's Joy" (reel)
    "Crooked Stovepipe" (reel)
    "Dennis Murphy's Polka"
    "42 Pound Check" (polka)
    "Forty Pound Float" (polka)
    "Tripping up the Stairs" Jig
    "Lark in the Morning" Jig
    "The Maid Behind the Bar" reel
    "Staten Island Hornpipe"
    "Chief O'Niel's Favourite" hornpipe (week 55 poll & winner)xxxxx
    "Fisher's Hornpipe"
    "Rippling Water" Jig (week 57 poll)
    "The Exile's Jig" slip jig (week #51, 52, 53, 54 poll)-------
    "Tom Morrison's Reel"

    Zemer Atik (jewish) (week 57 poll)
    "Calliope House" Jig
    Tabhair Dom Do Lamh as Reggae
    Never On Sunday would sound good reggae style......
    Willafjord goes well with Spootiskerry. (Shetland Reels)
    Campbells Farewell To Redcastle (Scottish March)
    Bottom Of The Punchbowl (Reel)
    Kerfunken Jig (Jig)
    Farewell To Whiskey (Scottish Air)
    Ae Fond Kiss (Scottish Air)
    79ths Farewell To Aberdeen (March)
    Atholl Highlanders (6/8 March)
    Washington's March
  34. mculliton123
    mculliton123
    yer gonna need a spreadsheet app pretty soon LOL
  35. Eddie Sheehy
    St. Patrick's Day
    Save this one for the week of March 17th...
  36. Jim Baker
    Jim Baker
    "The Ash Grove" (welsh)(waltz)
    "Barbara Allen". english folk
    "The Merry Blacksmith" (reel)
    "Cooley's Reel"
    "Soldier's Joy" (reel)
    "Crooked Stovepipe" (reel)
    "Dennis Murphy's Polka"
    "42 Pound Check" (polka)
    "Forty Pound Float" (polka)
    "Tripping up the Stairs" Jig
    "Lark in the Morning" Jig
    "The Maid Behind the Bar" reel
    "Staten Island Hornpipe"
    "Chief O'Niel's Favourite" hornpipe
    "Fisher's Hornpipe"
    "Rippling Water" Jig
    "The Exile's Jig" slip jig
    "Tom Morrison's Reel"
  37. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    bump
  38. Jim Baker
    Jim Baker
    "Calliope House" Jig
  39. CelticDude
    CelticDude
    Seems like many of the suggestions have already been done as "unofficial" tunes. Do we really want to repeat tunes already done?
  40. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    That question has come up before. It seems that some people give the 'official tune of the week' more credence than the 'other tunes'. Some of these tunes, as other tunes, may just have had the original video, and then one or two reply videos. Logic says that if you are interested in learning that tune, or videoing, you could do it in that thread. But, I think when it is the official tune, more people seem to jump on board. That's why I've chosen to go ahead and put tunes in the polls that already have been posted as 'other tunes', if someone has suggested it to be considered for an official tune.

    Since this brings this topic back up, I'll take this opportunity to ask for more tune suggestions. If possible, include the genre.
  41. OldSausage
    OldSausage
    Yes, and let's have more reggae tunes this time.
  42. CelticDude
    CelticDude
    Okay, and 'ja, maan' on the reggae...
  43. Eddie Sheehy
    Tabhair Dom Do Lamh as Reggae - th'oul blind poet will roll in his grave... still exercise is good for one...
  44. Tosh Marshall
    Tosh Marshall
    I just got UB40's best of but alas, nothing traditional on there! Dread Zeppelin springs to mind as well. Never On Sunday would sound good reggae style......
    Willafjord goes well with Spootiskerry. (Shetland Reels)
    Campbells Farewell To Redcastle (Scottish March)
    Bottom Of The Punchbowl (Reel)
    Kerfunken Jig (Jig)
    Farewell To Whiskey (Scottish Air)
    Ae Fond Kiss (Scottish Air)
    79ths Farewell To Aberdeen (March)
    Atholl Highlanders (6/8 March)
  45. Eddie Sheehy
    I guess kilts and grass skirts complement each other...
  46. Tosh Marshall
    Tosh Marshall
    You'd better believe it Eddie!
  47. Doghearty
    Doghearty
    Y'all ain't right. If this reggae thing keeps up, I'm gonna post some kids practicing bagpipes.

    Suggesting Washington's March.
  48. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
    Updated list I'm working from:

    Tom Dooley - OT/BG

    Diving Duck Blues - Blues (week 61, 62 poll)
    Music for a Found Harmonium - Fun
    William Tell Overture - Classical
    Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Movies Themes

    Cherokee Shuffle
    Westphalia Waltz (week 48, 49, 50, 51 poll) ------
    Georgia Boys (fiddle tune) (week 54, 55, 56 poll) --------
    Brian Boru's March (Irish)

    Scatter the Mud (Irish, Jig?)
    Geese in the Bog (Irish, Jig?)
    Rose of Avonmore (a.k.a. Rose of Sharon?) (Waltz)
    Texas Gales (fiddle tune) (week 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 poll) -------
    Congress Reel (Irish)

    Spootiskerry (Shetland)
    La Bastringue (Quebec)


    Juliann Johnson (OT)
    Damon’s Winder (OT)
    Humors of Ennistymon (Irish) (week 48, 49, 50 poll) -------
    Tennessee Waltz

    Glory-o to the Bold Fenian Men - Slow Air
    O'Neills March (An Dearg Doom) - polka
    Brian Boru's March - jig
    All of me - swing/jazz (week 58, 59 winner) xxxxxxx
    Nuages - swing/jazz
    John Brown's March - OT (week 51, 52, poll) -------
    Hollow Poplar - OT
    Mna na h-Eireann (Women of Ireland) - Slow Air
    An Chuilfhionn (The Coolin) - Slow Air
    The Rakes of Mallow - reel (week 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 poll) ------
    Zorba the Greek theme - hopa
    The Frieze Britches - jig (week 45, 46 poll) ------
    Hewlett (O'Carolan)

    Boyer's Waltz
    Seneca square dance
    Bound to have a little fun

    Bonaparte's Retreat (OT)
    Brilliancy (OT) (week 56, 57, 58, 59, 60 poll)--------
    President Garfield's Hornpipe (OT)
    Stoney Point (OT/Bluegrass) (week 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 poll) ------
    Santa Lucia ~ Old Italian music
    Evening Prayer Blues ~ Bluegrass
    Waltz In The Bluegrass ~ Bluegrass (week 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 poll) ------
    Cheyenne ~ Bluegrass

    Boston Boy ~ Bluegrass
    Big Mon ~ Bluegrass (week 58, 59, 60, 61, 62 poll)
    Pike County Breakdown ~ Bluegrass
    I'm Working On A Building ~ Bluegrass
    Old Dangerfield ~ Bluegrass (52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57 poll)(another tune)-------
    Walls Of Time ~ Bluegrass (60, 61, 62 poll)
    Nuages ~ gypsy jazz tune

    Irishman's Heart to the Ladies (IT jig) (week #49, 50 poll) -------
    Ash Grove (Welch) (week 53, 54, 55, 56, 57 winner poll) xxxxxx
    Barbara Allen (english folk)
    The Merry Blacksmith" (reel)
    Cooley's Reel"
    Soldier's Joy" (reel)
    Crooked Stovepipe" (reel)
    Dennis Murphy's Polka"
    42 Pound Check" (polka)
    Forty Pound Float" (polka)
    Tripping up the Stairs" Jig
    Lark in the Morning" Jig
    The Maid Behind the Bar" reel
    Staten Island Hornpipe" (week 60 poll & winner) xxxxx

    Fisher's Hornpipe" (week 58 poll & winner) xxxxxxx
    Rippling Water" Jig (week 57, 58, 59 poll) ---------
    The Exile's Jig" slip jig (week #51, 52, 53, 54 poll)-------
    Tom Morrison's Reel"
    Zemer Atik (jewish) (week 57 poll)----------
    Calliope House" Jig
    Tabhair Dom Do Lamh as Reggae
    Never On Sunday
    Willafjord goes well with Spootiskerry. (Shetland Reels)
    Campbells Farewell To Redcastle (Scottish March)
    Bottom Of The Punchbowl (Reel)
    Kerfunken Jig (Jig)
    Farewell To Whiskey (Scottish Air) (week #59, 60, 61 poll + winner) xxxxx
    Ae Fond Kiss (Scottish Air)
    79ths Farewell To Aberdeen (March)
    Atholl Highlanders (6/8 March)
    Washington's March

    San Francisco Bay Blues (blues)
    The Frost is All Over
    Exile's Jig (slip jig)

    "Lietrim Fancy" Jig Celtic
    "Rip the Calico" Reel Celtic (week 61, 62 poll)
    Billy in The Lowground - Old Time, Bluegrass. Key of C
    Jenny Lynn - Old Time, Bluegrass. Key of A
    Smokey Mountain Schottische - Bill Monroe, Key of D
    Katy Hill - Old Time, Bluegrass - Key of G
    Rickett's Hornpipe - Old Time, New England, Key of D (week 62 poll)
    Dubuque - fiddle tune, key of A
    Dick Sullivan's Favourite - Jig, Key of A
    Cuckoo's Nest - IT hornpipe
    Lark in the Morning - IT Jig
    Fig for a Kiss - IT jig
    Autumn Leaves - jass/swing/popular
    Scotland The Brave - Scottish March
  49. Eddie Sheehy
    Tabhair Dom Do Lamh as Reggae was a joke on my part... It's just fine played the way Ruairi Dall OCathain wrote it...
  50. mculliton123
    mculliton123
    i can only hope that Kate Rusby doesn't catch that version of Wild Mountain Thyme
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