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    Does anybody know when the new Dan Beimborn album will be available? It looks like Dan posts regularly to this forum, so I would guess he'd know!

    I'd also really like a copy of "Shatter the Calm". I listened to the samples on his website and it sounds amazing. Anyone know where I might be able to pick up a copy in the US?

    I'm also after a copy of Paul Kelly's "A Mandolin Album." And does anybody know if he's anywhere near releasing another album that was mentioned in one of the threads?

    Thanks for your help

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    Hi telemando,

    The disk is mastered and the artwork is 99% complete- just finishing up some paperwork for it. I'll reprint "Shatter" too, both disks should be available by December. I was shooting for beginning of November but there are always delays, it appears!
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    Here's a track listing and some notes for the new disk (it's titled "torch & fire")

    1) Kilmoulis Jig / Alamaba Rick's
    Jig set performed on Loar 76547 with Craig Harbauer & Zan McLeod

    2) Liza Jane / over the waterfall
    Old-timey reels with Kevin MacLeod & Mike Bub on bass

    3) First of October / Spirits of Whiskey / Foxhunter's Jig
    with all-Ireland tenor banjo champ Mark Conyard on mandolin #2 & Zan McLeod on guitar/bouzouki

    4) Scotland
    Bill Monroe classic with Tim O'Brien on fiddle, Mike Bub on bass, and Chipper Thompson on guitar

    5) Lark in the Morning / Kesh Jig
    mandolin duet with Tim O'Brien, nice Loar/Nugget combination. This track available online at
    Aidan Crossey's website


    6) John Brennan's / Spootiskerry / The High Reel
    I Multitracked a Loar Mandola, my vega 10-string mandola, and Loar 73485 capoed as a piccolo


    7) Ragtime Annie
    with Tim O'Brien doubling up on fiddle & 5-string, Mike Bub on bass, Chipper Thompson guitar.
    Probably my favorite cut on the disk

    8) Jackson's Morning Brush
    Mandolin duet on Irish jigs with Craig Harbauer

    9) The Concertina Reel / The Foxhunter's Reel
    with Mark Conyard on tenor banjo, Zan on guitar & bouzouki

    10) Scarce O' Tatties / The Irish Washerwoman / The Moon Coin
    I play the mandolin, Zan backs on the guitar

    11) Jenny's Welcome / Paddy Fahy's
    Craig Harbauer leads this one, I back on the vega 10-string

    12) Untitled Highland / The Duke of Perth
    Highland/Strathspey with Kevin MacLeod

    13) Colerane Jig / Jim Beehan's / Hiudai Gallagher's
    Jig set with Craig Harbauer, Zan McLeod

    14) Gusty's Frolics
    solo on resonator tenor guitar
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    Good title Dan. Vast improvement!

    Kevin

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    I ordered the Paul Kelly CD from Malgamu Music. Check the mp3 section on this website for Paul Kelly and follow the links to the Malgamu Music order form.
    Keep it acoustic.

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    I second the recommendations for Dan's and Paul's recordings -- great musicians both, and nice people to boot.

    I recently received a correspondence from Paul. He does not yet have a release day for his newest studio CD; he has been busy touring with the David Munnely Band this year, and will be doing so through the first quarter or two of 2007.

    However, he has a CD/tunebook set expected to be released in December, with 110 ITM tunes recorded on mandolin. It will be released by, and available from, Walton's Music in Dublin. (Note: the date for this project has slid a couple of times at the publisher, but here's hoping that the Christmas release date will remain valid.)



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    Thanks guys.

    It looks like I'll be visiting Dan's website in December for some Christmas self-gifting. "Torch and Fire" sounds great, and I'm a Tim O'Brien fan, so very cool that he's on it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (kmmando @ Nov. 08 2006, 08:51)
    Good title Dan. Vast improvement!
    Being a Star Trek fan, i preferred the old one, "Shatner the Calm".
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    Dan,

    Save one for me. How are you going to market it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by (glauber @ Nov. 08 2006, 22:31)
    Quote Originally Posted by (kmmando @ Nov. 08 2006, 08:51)
    Good title Dan. Vast improvement!
    Being a Star Trek fan, i preferred the old one, "Shatner the Calm".
    That's a new one
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    Quote Originally Posted by (mikeyes @ Nov. 09 2006, 00:07)
    Save one for me. How are you going to market it?
    I'll have it available on the web site as soon as I know the delivery date for the CDs. The timing isn't right for it to hit the other distrubutors in time for Christmas but they should have them soon after!
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    Quote Originally Posted by (danb @ Nov. 08 2006, 23:32)
    Quote Originally Posted by (glauber @ Nov. 08 2006, 22:31)
    Quote Originally Posted by (kmmando @ Nov. 08 2006, 08:51)
    Good title Dan. Vast improvement!
    Being a Star Trek fan, i preferred the old one, "Shatner the Calm".
    That's a new one
    Must...buy...Dan's...new...CD



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    Is this to be the cover, Dan? Not sure about it .....

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