Haymaker

by The Yanks

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DISC 1: Tracks 1 to 11
DISC 2: Tracks 12 to 22

The Yanks are:
Isaac Alderson (flute/uilleann pipes/whistle), Dylan Foley (fiddle/whistle), Dan Gurney (button accordion), and Sean Earnest (guitar/bouzouki)

Featuring Josh Dukes (drums/bodhran) and The Murphy Beds: Jefferson Hamer (mandolin/vocals) and Eamon O'Leary (bouzouki/vocals)

Produced by The Yanks, Josh Dukes, and Sean Keegan
Engineered by Glenn Barratt and Sean Keegan at Morning Star Studios
Photography by Shervin Lainez, Anna Colliton, Josh Dukes, and Siobhan Butler
Design by Robert Hakalski
Original artwork and lettering by James Gurney

Composers:
The Trip to Boston (Dan Gurney), Hanley's Tweed (Paddy O'Brien), The Bloody Hollow (Joe Mills), Tommy Coen's (Tommy Coen), Phyllis' Birthday (Josephine Marsh), The Haybarn (Isaac Alderson), The Flooded Road to Glenties (Jimmy McHugh), The Gander in the Pratie Hole (3rd part Tommy Potts), Judy Ann's Waltz (Josh Dukes), Father Newman's (John Brady), The Road to Monalea (Colm O'Donnell), The Widow Boyle (Sean Earnest), The Holly Bush (Finbarr Dwyer)

credits

released 24 June 2014

This recording was made possible first and foremost by our friends, families, and fans who funded this project via our Kickstarter campaign. To you who contributed to make this project come to life, we wish to say thank you, and we hope this recording brings you much joy. We are truly indebted to you and we will not forget your kindness! We also wish to especially thank our parents (Kevin and Mary Earnest, Phyllis Rabineau and John Alderson, Tom and Ann Foley, and James and Jeanette Gurney) for their unwavering support. A very special thank you also to Josh Dukes, Eamon O’Leary, Jefferson Hamer, Glenn Barratt, and Sean Keegan for lending their phenomenal talents to this recording; to Siobhan Butler for her design contributions and enthusiasm; to Don Meade for tune sourcing; and to our teachers and mentors, some still with us and some gone, for their guidance and inspiration. We especially wish to honor and remember Felix Dolan, to whom we dedicate our performance of Felix’s Waltz. Finally, thanks to our listeners—we hope you enjoy!

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