Tommy Peoples - Waiting for a Call mp3 downloadPerformer: Tommy Peoples
Title: Waiting for a Call
Style: Traditional Celtic,Celtic,Contemporary Celtic
Released: February 11, 2003
Size MP3 version: 1812 mb
Size FLAC version: 1140 mb
Size WMA version: 1422 mb
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Tommy Peoples - Waiting for a Call mp3 download
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Waiting for a Call offers an excellent opportunity to hear the evolution of Peoples' playing style over the preceding 20 years. It consists mainly of tracks recorded in 1985 with the fine bouzouki player Alec Finn (a founding member of De Danann), the young piper Sean Potts, and Donal Lunny on bodhran, along with five new tracks recorded in 2002 with the backing of guitarist John Doyle. The program is a pleasing mixture of traditional jigs and reels interspersed with Scottish strathspeys and highlands, which makes for a nice variety of rhythms and flavors.
Tommy Peoples (fiddle), with Seán Potts (pipes), Alec Finn (bouzouki), John Doyle (guitar), Dónal Lunny (bodhrán). Source and other information. Shanachie 78052, 2003. Each Irish tune on this album was identified after a careful, expert comparison of this recorded performance against all other tunes in the Irish Traditional Music Tune Index. The blue column shows just the most established tune title. I play 0 of the tunes on this album.
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Listen to music from Tommy Peoples like The Oak Tree, The Pinch Of Snuff, Crowley's; Sweeny's Dream & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Tommy Peoples. Tommy Peoples (20 September 1948 - 4 August 2018) was an Irish fiddler who played in the Donegal fiddle tradition. Tommy Peoples born near St. Johnston, County Donegal, in Ireland was a member of well-known traditional Irish music groups, including Sixteen ninety-one aka 1691 and The Bothy Band, as well as performing solo since the late 1960s. He played in the unique fiddle style of East Donegal.
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Tommy Peoples was the Traditional Musician In Residence at The Balor Arts Centre, Ballybofey, County Donegal. In July 2015, he launched a self-published book Ó Am go hAm - From Time to Time. The book combines a fiddle tutor by Peoples, along with illustrations and a complete notation of 130 original tunes by Peoples. The book also includes many stories and incidents from his life and musical career . The Quiet Glen/An Gleann Ciuin (1998). Waiting for a Call (2003). With Matt Molloy and Paul Brady. Tommy Peoples (1977). Welcome Here Kind Stranger (1978; remastered on CD in 2009). Tommy Peoples's web site.
Breaking: Mr. Peoples has passed away. I know he had had some health problems lately. Prayers and condolences for his family and those who were close to him, and if any are reading this, please know this American reader will forever be grateful to him for his artistry. Posted by Jason Van Steenwyk 10 months ago. Re: RIP Tommy Peoples. Yes, I’ve just heard this. Shocked and saddened. Posted by Winston Smith 10 months ago. I don’t post here too often, but wanted to leave a message somewhere with others who know what this man was. I’m really saddened.
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Tommy Peoples, the Donegal fiddler who won acclaim with The Bothy Band, has died aged 70. Mr Peoples was born into a musical family in St Johnston, Co Donegal and was a purveyor of the East Donegal fiddle style. He came to prominence when he joined respected trad group The Bothy Band in 1975 and he also played with the Green Linnet Céilí Band, 1691 as well as being an acclaimed solo performer. Very sad to hear of the passing of Tommy Peoples. A major influence, particularly to Cormac. and if you've never heard of the man, do yourself.
|1||Jigs: John Blessing's Delight/Australian Waters/Kit O'Mahony's Traditional||Tommy Peoples||5:03|
|2||Reels: Waiting for a Call/The Spike Island Lassies Tommy Peoples / Traditional||Tommy Peoples||3:29|
|3||Jigs: Ard Baithen/The Mooncoin/The King of the Pipers Tommy Peoples / Traditional||Tommy Peoples||4:39|
|4||Reels: The Bunch of Green Rushes/Carmel Mahoney Mulhaire Martin Mulhaire / Traditional||Tommy Peoples||3:49|
|5||Jigs: The Monaghan Jig/The Ship in Full Sail/The Blarney Pilgrim Traditional||Tommy Peoples||4:58|
|6||Reels: Miss Ramsay/Launching the Boat Traditional||Tommy Peoples||3:35|
|7||Jigs: The Wishing Well/The King of the Pipers, No. 2 Tommy Peoples / Traditional||Tommy Peoples||3:36|
|8||Jigs: The Frieze Breeches/The Lark in the Morning Traditional||Tommy Peoples||4:25|
|9||Reels: The Colliers/Bob McQuillen's/The Spike Island Lassies Aly Bain / Traditional||Tommy Peoples||3:43|
|10||Highland and Reels: Dúlaman Na Binne Buí/"Tommy Peoples'"/Jenny's ... Traditional||Tommy Peoples||3:08|
|11||Slip Jigs: Hardiman the Fiddler/Give Us a Drink of Water/Heels ... Tommy Peoples / Traditional||Tommy Peoples||4:24|
|12||Reels: The Drunken Landlady/The Fisherman's Island Ed Reavy / Traditional||Tommy Peoples||3:23|
|13||Strathspey: King George IV Traditional||Tommy Peoples||2:01|
|14||Jigs: Páidín O'Rafferty/The Langstern Pony Traditional||Tommy Peoples||3:20|
|15||Strathspey and Reels: Drumnagarry/Drumnagarry Reel/Miss Crawford Traditional||Tommy Peoples||2:40|
|16||Slow Air and Hornpipe: The Fairest Rose Tommy Peoples||Tommy Peoples||5:54|
CreditsAly Bain - Composer
John Doyle - Guitar
Alec Finn - Bouzouki
Alan Hager - Photography
Dónal Lunny - Bodhran
Don Meade - Liner Notes
Martin Mulhaire - Composer
Marlow Palleja - Design
Tommy Peoples - Composer, Primary Artist
Sean Potts - Uillean Pipes
Ed Reavy - Composer
Traditional - Composer