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For twenty years North Carolina-native violinist/fiddler Andrew Finn Magill has been pursuing parallel careers in traditional Irish music, Brazilian choro, jazz and American fiddle. Alan Murray has shared the stage with such artists as Karan Casey, Niall and Cillian Vallely, Eileen Ivers and Scotland’s Battlefield Band and has toured extensively across Ireland, Britain, Europe, Australia and the United States. Their duo album came about over the last few years after consistent touring and many pressuring them to make one. The ten tracks on the album are meant to capture their live show as if you were right there in the front row. Released November 6, 2020 Andrew Finn Magill: fiddle Alan Murray: Bouzouki, guitar Marc & Amy’s, Harry’s House, Alex’s New Pipes, Lillie’s Colours © Andrew Finn Magill (BMI) The Mouse in the Kitchen © Colin Farrell (SGO Music Publishing Limited (PRS) / BMG) Bill Nicholson’s 67th © Otis Thomas The Kylebrack Rambler © Finbarr Dwyer The Gladstone (J. Scott Skinner) Recorded by Kevin Buckley (St. Louis, MO), Andrew Finn Magill (Asheville, NC) Mixed by Trevor Hutchison (Dublin, Ireland) Mastered by Joel Kerr (G&J Audio) Cover image by Benjamin Lowery Design and layout by Anna Colliton Special thanks to Don Meade for editing the tune names ©Alan Murray & Andrew Finn Magill

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Murray & Magill (digital album)

Alan Murray & Andrew Finn Magill

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Jigs: The Yellow Wattle, I Have Money in Both Pockets, Kelly the Rake 3:57

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Reels: Master Crowley's, The Boys of Portaferry, The Gladstone 3:01

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Slow reels: The Turnpike Lane, Casey the Whistler 3:24

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Jigs: Bill Nicholson's 67th, The Kerry Jig, The Maid at the Well 3:15

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Waltz: Harry's House 2:59

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Reels: The Old Bush, Andy McGann's, The Mossy Banks 4:51

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Hornpipes: The Cuckoo, Mickey Callahan's, Byrne's Hornpipe 4:39

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Reels: Alex's New Pipes, Lillie's Colours 3:26

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Jigs: Marc & Amy's, Old Man Dillon, The Mouse in the Kitchen 3:18

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Reels: The Concert Reel, The Kylebrack Rambler 3:08

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For twenty years North Carolina-native violinist/fiddler Andrew Finn Magill has been pursuing parallel careers in traditional Irish music, Brazilian choro, jazz and American fiddle. Alan Murray has shared the stage with such artists as Karan Casey, Niall and Cillian Vallely, Eileen Ivers and Scotland’s Battlefield Band and has toured extensively across Ireland, Britain, Europe, Australia and the United States. Their duo album came about over the last few years after consistent touring and many pressuring them to make one. The ten tracks on the album are meant to capture their live show as if you were right there in the front row. Released November 6, 2020 Andrew Finn Magill: fiddle Alan Murray: Bouzouki, guitar Marc & Amy’s, Harry’s House, Alex’s New Pipes, Lillie’s Colours © Andrew Finn Magill (BMI) The Mouse in the Kitchen © Colin Farrell (SGO Music Publishing Limited (PRS) / BMG) Bill Nicholson’s 67th © Otis Thomas The Kylebrack Rambler © Finbarr Dwyer The Gladstone (J. Scott Skinner) Recorded by Kevin Buckley (St. Louis, MO), Andrew Finn Magill (Asheville, NC) Mixed by Trevor Hutchison (Dublin, Ireland) Mastered by Joel Kerr (G&J Audio) Cover image by Benjamin Lowery Design and layout by Anna Colliton Special thanks to Don Meade for editing the tune names ©Alan Murray & Andrew Finn Magill

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