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I am here to confess that "other" instruments have kept me away from my beloved Eng concertina for far too long,

so long in fact that I have no idea where to begin to get back in the groove. When I played more ofter, it was

Morris and tunes taken from John Kirkpatrick via Brass Monkey, plus some Irish tunes I picked up along the way.

 

Any and all suggestions on "newer" CDs? Oh, I must add, that I'm rusty as an old tin can, so "easier" tune

suggestions would be even MORE welcome.

 

 

Glad to be back!

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well, i don't know how "new" all these are, but what about "English International"?

http://www.rootsrecordsonline.co.uk/products/10741

 

i am enjoying Rachel Hall's EC tracks on these two cds by Simple Gifts:

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0014BXWW2/ref=dm_sp_alb/175-4235786-0020155

http://www.amazon.com/Other-Places-Times/dp/B000QQWYSY/ref=ntt_mus_ep_dpi_4

 

 

also listening to Mark Gilston's EC tracks on the irresistibly titled "Troll Road":

 

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/gilston4

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Ddigital-music&field-keywords=troll+road&x=0&y=0

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Alistair Anderson's Concertina Workshop is on CD now.

 

Is that not DVD ? Or is that some other issue of Alistair's ? Pertaining to the DVD that is currently being avertised on Ebay; A master class by the look of it.

Edited by Geoff Wooff

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Anything by Rob Harbron is always inspirational - try the two Dr Faustus CDs, or the 'Station house' CD by Kett, Fagan & Harbron for example.

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