The Itinerant Band

Jefferson and Liberty
(SBM 2001 - Compact Disk)
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The Itinerant Band performs tunes and songs from the Irish, Scottish, English and French traditions that would have been heard in 17th and 18th century America. In the spirit of the itinerant colonial musicians whose style they emulate, you may find as few as two and as many as seven of them playing at any given time and place performing everything from aires to sea chanties to dance tunes. When all together they consist of George Bame on guitar & vocals, Paul Brockman on fiddle & vocals, Bob Clark on hammered dulcimer, Susan Lawlor on flute, whistle, & recorder, Dave McNew on Appalachian dulcimer, bodhran & vocals, Mary Normand on Celtic harp, and Marsha Wallace on guitar, mandolin & vocals.

     The Itinerant Band Homepage

  1. Smash the Windows (Roaring Jelly) / Kesh Jig / Tenpenny Bit
  2. Fisher's Hornpipe / Rights of Man
  3. La Bastringue
  4. Wind that Shakes the Barley / Sheebeg Sheemore (T.O'Carolan)
  5. Huntthe Squirrel / Road to Lisdoonvarna / Haste to the Wedding
  6. John Cherokee
  7. Dark Girl Dressed in Blue / Over the Waterfall / Flowers of Edinburgh
  8. Oh Say Bonnie Lass / Glen Affric (P.Brockman)
  9. Praise the Lord Who Reigns Above (C.Wesley)
  10. Planxty George Brabazon (Isle of Skye) (T.O'Carolan) / Sir John Fenwick the Flower Among Them All
  11. Soldier's Joy / Liberty (The Tipsy Parson / Reel de Ti-Jean)
  12. Jefferson and Liberty (The Gobby-O)
  13. British Grenadiers / La Belle Catherine / Come Dance and Sing

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