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Parish Platform album for sale by Rattle The Boards was released May 13, 2008 on the Imports label. Rattle the Boards are a group of fine musicians based in Waterford and South Tipperary in Ireland. Parish Platform CD music They met in 1992 and have played to thousands of music lovers since. Parish Platform buy CD music In 1994 Benny, Pat and John were featured on a recording of a ceili band they played with called "The Knocknagow Ceili Band" The Irish Times newspaper said "Rattle the boards are Playing tunes familiar to many parishes, but with a bit fire under them" In 2003 their music helped inspire the hugely successful Des Dillon theatre production "Teac A Bloc" in which all the music is performed by Rattle The Boards. Parish Platform songs They appeared on Irelands No. Parish Platform CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs.
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1 television chat show "The Late Late Show" in December 2003 with two sketches from Teac A Bloc and since have enjoyed sold out performances throughout Ireland. In March 2008 Rattle the boards have released this new album "The Parish Platform" featuring many special guests including Jon Kenny,Donnchadh Gough and many others.
Rattle The Boards - Parish Platform Album Track Listing
|1||Polkas: Cuz Teehans/Gan Ainm/Johnny Learys|
|2||Son: St. Patrick Was a Gentleman|
|3||Hornpipe: Galway/Peacocks Feather|
|4||Reels: McKillops/Love At the Endings/The High Reel|
|5||Quickstep: Whistling Rufus|
|6||Jigs: Jimmys Jig/Jig Gan Ainm|
|7||Air: The Autumn Sky|
|8||Hornpipe: Off to California|
|9||Reel: The Masons Apron|
|10||Song: The Nightingale|
|11||Jigs: The Irish Washerwoman/Maid in the Meadow/Humours of Drinag|
|12||Reels: Farrell Ogara/Ril Gan Ainm/The Flying Irishman|
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|CD Universe Part number||7687413|
|Release Date||May 13, 2008|
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