Editing Annotation:My Love is Fair and Handsome (2)

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Killoran's second wife, Bettie Hayes, was from West Clare and Killoran visited there in the 1950s, during which time local musicians including Junior Crehan picked up some of his tunes. However, west Clare fiddler Bobby Casey's version, which was issued on the cassette ''Casey in the Cowhouse,'' is not Killoran's setting but a fancier version he called after after Kit O'Connor, a London-based button accordionist. Fiddler Tommy Peoples also recorded "[[Kit O'Connor's Reel]]" on his 1982 album "The Iron Man."   
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Killoran's second wife, Bettie Hayes, was from West Clare and Killoran visited there in the 1950s, during which time local musicians including Junior Crehan picked up some of his tunes. However, west Clare fiddler Bobby Casey's version, which was issued on the cassette ''Casey in the Cowhouse,'' is not Killoran's setting but a three-part version he called after after Kit O'Connor, a London-based button accordionist. Fiddler Tommy Peoples also recorded "[[Kit O'Connor's Reel]]" on his 1982 album "The Iron Man."   
 
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