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Videos from Jacob’s Ladder Irish Music Festival December 18, 2007

Posted by GuySoft in Hamakor, irish, music.
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Hello all,

This post isn’t related to software for a change. Its about Irish music.

During the weekend, I was in Jacobs Ladder Winter festival. And I took my video camera with me. I really just chucked it somewhere, and placed a microphone in the middle of us, while we played in the main session, managed by Braha Avraham (the general session scheme is that someone starts a tune, and those who know it join in, its all spontaneous!). Also in some parts, Colum Sands, from Ireland joined in. Also Shay Tochner, a well known local musician joined in.

I was surprised how much of it actually came out, so I am uploading it all here as a reference.

Also, I recorded two songs that Colum Sands sang. I am linking them here too (With his permission).

Lastly, I have all of these videos in high quality digital video files. I can make mp3s or better video out of any of them. If anyone wants to do something with them, contact me, I’d love to help.

You can view them from bellow, or go in the youtube playlist i made for them.

I have a good solo in Part 10.

Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival – Part 1

Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival – Part 2

Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival – Part 3

Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival – Part 4


Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival, The Irish-Jewish Mother


Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival – Part 5


Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival – Part 6


Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival, Irish foggy Dew


Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival – Part 7


Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival – Part 8


Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival – Part 9


Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival, The Hush

Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival – Part 10

Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival, Mouth Music

Session in Jacob’s Ladder Winter festival – Part 11

Colum Sands – Frank the Chemist Fiddler

Colum Sands and his concertina

Hope you enjoy all of this

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1. Johnny G. - December 27, 2007

Me like. How come I didn’t know about this?

Also, the flute (?) player sitting in the opposite side of you is superb.

How’s the army?

2. GuySoft - January 24, 2008

Next time, you can join us in the festival, there should be one in may, a bigger, one, the summer festival.

The flute player is called Yonatan.. He was darn fast, we couldn’t keep up with him..

The army sucks, however, I don’t care. I am getting my freedom back in two weeks!


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