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Are all traditional tunes created equally? And if they aren’t, what happens to the, um, lesser tunes? Do they end up like lost dryer socks? Chicago-based accordion player Jimmy Keane reflects on the room of bad tunes, and shares one of his loveliest compositions in this month’s off season installment. 

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Thanks to everybody for listening. And a special thank you to John Ploch, Finn Agenbroad, David Vaughan, Brian Benscoter, Joe Garrett, Gerry Corr for underwriting this episode. And this season of podcast production—another exaltation of full episodes coming your way in May!

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Music Heard on IMS Episode 38 all music traditional, unless otherwise indicated

Tune: “Redican's Jig / The Merry Old Woman Jig / The Chapel Bell” from boholaArtist: bohola

Tune: “G Chimes,” from Production Music Made for Irish Music StoriesArtist: Matt Heaton

Tune: “Horse Keane’s Hornpipe,” from Live with Jimmy & DennisArtist: Jimmy Keane & Denis Cahill

Tune: “Moving-On Song,” from boholaArtist: bohola

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