1. Reels: Green Fields of Glenbeigh / Trip to Birmingham / Traver's Reel (Trad arr) 2. Jigs: Mist on the Meadow / Mull's Fancy / Rose in the Heather (Trad arr) 3. Hornpipes: Sean Walsh's Hornpipe (S.Walsh) / Kitty's Wedding (Trad arr) 4. Reels: The Thatcher's Mallet / The Killavill / The Banshee (Trad arr) 5. Jigs: My Darling Asleep / Sean Walsh's Jig (S.Walsh) / The Humours of Glendart (Trad arr) 6. Reels: Last Night's Fun / Maid Behind the Bar / Martin Wynne's (Trad arr) 7. Jigs: Pat McMahon's Jigs (P.McMahon) 8. Hornpipes: The Home Ruler / The Flowing Tide (Trad arr) 9. Reels: Anderson's (Trad arr) / Sean Walsh's Reel (S.Walsh) / The Galway Rambler (Trad arr) 10. Jigs: Brendan Tonra's / Donnybrook Fair / A Day In The Bog (Trad arr) 11. Reels: The Bird in the Bush / The Hare's Paw / The Foxhunter (Trad arr)
Ned Coleman, who hails from Kylebrack, Loughrea, is one of the best known and loved musicians from the Loughrea area. An All Ireland Senior Champion on the flute, he competed at the first six Fleadh na hÉireann including the 1955 Fleadh which was held in Loughrea and included other local musicians, Paddy Carty and the eventual winner, Peter Broderick. Ned was also a member of the Leitrim Céilí Band which went on to win an All - Ireland Céilí Band competition. He also played with other Céilí Bands including the Tynagh, Pallas and Abbey Céilí Bands. The best of Irish music can be heard at Ned’s local "Hill Bar" in Kylebrack, a few miles from Loughrea, Co. Galway, where Ned plays at regular traditional sessions along with many well known musicians who gather from near and far.
Pat McMahon, was an inspiring fiddle player and composer from Woodford, Co Galway. Some of Pat’s compositions are featured on Shaskeen's early recordings and by many other traditional musicians and groups. Pat's tunes are still very popular today at trad sessions throughout the country. Pat played on two albums with the renowned "Shaskeen" including their first LP record in 1974. Pat along with Ned Coleman, produced and played on an album featuring various artists, which was produced by Agnes O' Donnell, called “Loughrea pays tribute to Dr. Bill Loughnane”.
Sean Walsh, comes from a musical family, his father Tom better known as “Silver Walsh” played tin whistle & concert flute with “St.Johns Céilí Band”. Tom competed at various Fleadhs and won several medals and trophies for his efforts. Sean’s mother, Nellie Walsh played the accordion and has written many songs which have been recorded by Sean. Recordings of Nellie are available on a CD called “Sitting on the Bridge below the Town”. Sean has composed several tunes and this recording contains three of Sean’s compositions.