X: 1 T: McGreavy's S: irtrad-l, L. Mallette, 1/95 C: Attributed to Martin Talty (notes to Front Hall Records 018) M: 6/8 S: Bulmer and Sharpley's Music From Ireland, vol. 4, no. 57 S: (McGreavy's), from the playing of fiddler Jimmy McHugh N: Not sure where the title McGreavy's originated. O: Irish F:http://jc.tzo.net/~jc/music/abc/mirror/kirby98.fsnet.co.uk/ma/Martin_Taltys_3.abc K:Emin A|B2e dBA|BAG EDB|DEG Bed|BAG ABd| e/f/ge dBA|BAG EDB|DEG Bed|BAF E2:| |:B|e2f gfe|beg fed|Bde gfg|ged e2f| g2f edB|AFD FGA|dc/d/e fed|BAF E2:|
McGREAVY'S (JIG). AKA and see "Eddie Kelly's Jig (1)," "Martin Talty's Jig," "Meelick Team (The)." Irish, Jig. E Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The jig appears as “Martin Talty’s Jig” on Bernard O’Sullivan & Tommy McMahon's 1974 album "Clare Concertinas" (Topic Records 12TFRS502). The jig has been attributed to Talty, a piper, whistle and flute player from Glendine, County Clare, and friend and sometime playing partner with Miltown Malbay piper Willie Clancy. Peter Laban  tells the story of the first meeting between the two:
He [Talty] was sitting in the classroom in primary school. The teacher had left the room and Martin was trying out a little polka on the whistle. After going over the first part a voice behind him suddenly said "I think it goes actually like this," followed by the correct phrase on the whistle. This was Willie and the two became lifelong friends.
However, a stronger claim for the tune's composition belongs to East Galway flute player Eddie Kelly, who composed it as "Meelick Team (The)."