Johnny Mickey's Polka
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JOHNNY MICKEY'S POLKA. AKA - "Johnny Mickey Barry's." AKA and see "Polca an Dreoilín," "Tourniore Lasses," "Wren (1) (Polka) (The)." Irish, Polka. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. David Taylor (1992) remarks that the tune was named after Johnny Mickey Barry (?-1981), a renowned concertina player from Toureendarby, near Newmarket, in the Sliabh Luachra region. The polka was recorded in a set with the tune "Salmon Tails" by the Oyster Band and has been called "Salmon Tailing up the River (2)" as a result.