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John Moulden Crosskeys Fire - CD in aid of rebuilding (4) RE: Crosskeys Fire - CD in aid of rebuilding 18 Jun 00


To ask Camsco or Mudcat to handle would be unfair since they can only have a very general interest in seeing the the Inn rebuilt and all the proceeds from the sale of the CD are to go to the fund. The musicians, the producer and the distributors are all people who are directly involved and all have given their services freely. Those of us who have received a special welcome from Eamonn Stinson, the latest generation of his family to run the pub, and his father before him, and have played there, have a personal stake in this. As I said,it would be unfair to ask other people to take the trouble.

Ulstersongs can handle credit cards (but I have no secure server - and numbers would need to be phoned or mailed, or something) the cost of operatign credit cards is a part of my contribution to the fund. To supply to US would cost around £12 sterling - £10 for the cd and the rest for postage, though I will be charging exactly the cost of postage.

I've now got a supply of the CD - it has the picture on the poster on the front and a historic one on the back. I listened to it last night. Some delightful performances, particularly the whistle playing of Mairead Walls and the final track from Clodagh Warnock (the tall, quirky member of the former Déanta) with Geraldine Lyons and Eoghan O'Brien (also formerly of Déanta).


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