Scaoil Amach an Pocaide - Live in Spiddal

by Tony MacMahon & Steve Cooney

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Ian Martyn
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Ian Martyn What isn't there to love about this album? Tunes played by a master box player accompanied by an awesome guitarist! Seriously, just got this and can't get enough of it! Favorite track: Brother Gildas' Jig, Port Shean Sheáin.
Rolf Gidlow
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Rolf Gidlow Tony MacMahon's music comes from a very deep place, something that cannot be imitated or taught. When listening to him you're listening to the history of the land and the people. I could not name a favorite track on this recording; the one I listed is simply the one that just played. Every one is a treasure. Favorite track: The Humours of Drinagh, A Trip to Athlone.
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“What could be better than hearing the combination of these two iconic musicians. This is a beautiful and profoundly heartfelt recording that anybody interested in Irish music should own.” Martin Hayes


“Gorgeous stuff.” John Kelly, Lyric FM

“A thing of wonder.” Ellen Cranitch, Lyric FM


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All the music is traditional arranged by Tony Mac Mahon and Steve Cooney.

Buíochas do Éigse An Spidéil, Catherine Ní Oibicín (ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam), Meaiti Joe Shéamuis Ó Fatharta, Raidió na Gaeltachta, RTE LyricFM, an Gaelacadamh agus do mhuintir Chonamara a bhí i láthair in Óstan na Páirce, An Spidéal, an oíche úd i Márta 2005. Thanks also to Harry Bradley, Liam O’Connor, Jack Talty and Paul O’Connor for their input.

© Tony Mac Mahon and Steve Cooney 2014
Distributed under exclusive licence by Raelach Records.

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released October 29, 2014

Recording engineer: Seán Dubh Breathnach
Sound editor: Stiofán Ó Cuanaigh
Mastering: Brian Masterson
Liner notes: Tony Mac Mahon
Photography: Fiachna Ó Mongáin
Artwork: Simon O’Connor

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