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Ciddy Hall
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Ciddy Hall on CD

Bhunaigh an Giotáraí/cumadóir Giordai Ua Laoghaire (p: Gerdie Oh Lairagh) Nine Wassies From Bainne i mBaile Átha Cliath, Éire i rith na bliana 1992 agus tamailín ina dhiaidh san, do tháinigh an dordaí Enda Doyle agus an drumadóir Peter O'Kennedy (The Golden Horde) isteach san áireamh. Idir sin agus 1999 dheine siad neart giganna i gcomhluadar cheoltoirí ar nós Iarla Ó Lionáird/The Last Poets/Interference agus na Fatima Mansions, in áiteanna ar nós Whelans chomh maith le cinn igCorcaigh, i nGallimh, i Nua Eabhraic, i gCóbh is i gCathair Luimnigh. In '96 do thosnaigh David Murray ag gabháil fhíonn leo mar amhráinaí agus mar bhall. In '97 do chuadar isteach sa stúideó leis an léiritheoir/innealtóir Aidan Foley is an Dordaí Eddie Lee agus thaifeadeadar an album úd Ciddy Hall atá ar incinn agat cheannacht......b'fhéidir.... Chomh maith le baoíll Bhainne a bheith ar an CD seo, tá athmheascáin ag Dennis McNulty (Decal), Dán le Pat Kellehar, méarchláir le Dawn Kenny agus fógrá leis an dramadóir ráidió Roger Gregg (Crazy Dog Audio). Nine Wassies From Bainne was formed in Dublin, Ireland in late 1992 by guitarist/composer Giordai Ua Laoghaire (p: Gerdie Oh Lairagh). Sometime in the next period Bassist Enda Doyle and ex Golden Horde Drummer Peter O'Kennedy joined him and helped mould 'The Wassies' into a hard rockin' trio, whose first period of gigs found them sharing the stage with Fatima Mansions/The Last Poets/Interference/Iarla Ó Lionáird.Slipping into a regular work schedule, they performed frequently in Whelans and beyond including gigs in Cork, Cóbh, Galway, Limerick and New York In '94 Bassist Eddie lee replaced Doyle and in '96 singer David Murray joined the fray and in '97 they entered the studio with Engineer/Producer Aiden Foley and created the CD that you're about to purchase......perhaps... Also found on this work is a remix by Dennis McNulty (Decal), a poem by Pat Kellehar, keyboards by Dawn Kenny and a radio type advert by writer Roger Gregg (Crazy Dog Audio)