Irish traditional musicians transplanted from Belfast to North America - the move affected their music, and their records are well worth seeking out. They were still active in the late 80s/early 90s, long after the last record in the discography below.
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Notes: "Much more traditional folk style but still with a raw and homemade vibe. They add a very specific feeling and approach to traditional Irish folk songs. Less psychedelic but worth hearing."--DMR
Notes: "Probably the best and most psychedelic, several beautifully dark folk songs with psychedelic undertones accompanied with some jigs/reels. An amazing LP"--DMR
Notes: With Frank Kennedy, Wallace Hood, Ray Maguire, Jim Anderson and Al Purcell. "Another more traditional but still great LP. Their last recording as Pat's People"--DMR.
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