Come West along the Road vol. 4. Irish Traditional Music Treasures from RTÉ TV Archives 1960s–1990s
Come West along the Road 4. Songs from singers in Irish and English; jigs, reels, hornpipes and airs from solo musicians and groups; step dances and set dances from exhibition and social dancers – this fourth DVD from the television archives of RTÉ, the Irish national broadcaster, contains over three and a half hours of outstanding performances from across the rich spectrum of Irish traditional music. It features over 220 performers, and is produced by Nicholas Carolan, Irish Traditional Music Archive.
Come West along the Road vol. 3. Irish Traditional Music Treasures from RTÉ TV Archives 1960s–1980s
Come West along the Road 3, the latest DVD of highlights from the Irish traditional music television series, has just been published by RTÉ. With sixty-five tracks of Irish traditional song, instrumental music and dance from the RTÉ TV archives, dating from the beginning of the 1960s to the end of the 1980s, the DVD runs for 3 hours 22 minutes and is suitable for all regions. A lengthy bonus track features the first-ever fleadh cheoil filmed by RTÉ, the Bunclody fleadh of 1963.
Come West along the Road vol. 2. Irish Traditional Music Treasures from RTÉ TV Archives 1960s–1980s
To celebrate the 10th series of this popular and long-running archival television series, RTÉ has released Come West along the Road volume 2. This DVD gives the viewer a unique opportunity to own singular performances from some of the legends of traditional Irish music such as The Dubliners, Paul Brady, Arty McGlynn, and Planxty as well as rare intimate footage of performers from across the spectrum of Ireland's musical heritage.