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The Shamrock Singers - The Best Of Irish Folk flac album
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The Shamrock Singers - The Best Of Irish Folk flac album

Performer:
The Shamrock Singers
Album:
The Best Of Irish Folk
Style:
Celtic, Europop
MP3 archive size:
1485 mb
FLAC archive size:
1588 mb
Other formats:
DMF AIFF VOX MP2 MPC MP1 TTA
Rating:
4.7
Votes:
841

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Whiskey In The Jar
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Trad.*
2:20
2 Bold O'Donoghue
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Trad.*
2:29
3 The Isle Of Innisfree
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Trad.*
4:24
4 The Wild Rover
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Trad.*
2:44
5 Muirsheen Durkin
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Trad.*
2:51
6 The Old Bog Road
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Trad.*
2:56
7 Dirty Old Town
Written-By – Evan McColl*
2:27
8 I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Trad.*
2:58
9 The Black Velvet Band
Written-By – Evan McColl*
3:39
10 The Town I Love So Well
Written-By – Philip Michael Coulter*
6:21
11 Molly Malone
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Trad.*
2:57
12 The Old Dungannon Oak
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Trad.*
2:24
13 Maggie
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Trad.*
3:39
14 The Irish Rover
Written By – BlakeWritten-By – Ranken*, McKenna*, O'Riordan*, Bourke*, Fearmely*, Finer*, Sheanan*, Drew*, MacGowan*, Stacey*
3:00
15 Danny Boy (Londonderry Air)
Written-By – Frederick E. Weatherly*, Trad.*
2:58
16 Mother Machree
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Ernest Ball*, Trad.*
2:21
17 When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
Written-By – Chauncey Olcott, Ernest R. Ball, George Graff*
3:01
18 Spancil Hill
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Trad.*
4:13
19 Red River Valley
Arranged By [Arr.] – Arthur Brownfield, Susan RedfordWritten-By – Trad.*
3:03
20 Goodnight Irene
Written-By – Alan Lomax, Huddie Ledbetter
3:58

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Aloha Publishing
  • Published By – Robbins Music Corp. Ltd.
  • Published By – EMI Music Publishing Germany GmbH
  • Published By – EMI Harmonies Ltd.
  • Published By – Four Seasons Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Grand H. Music Verlags- Und Produktions GmbH
  • Published By – Perfect Songs Ltd.
  • Published By – Piorrell MV Ingeborg Jahnke KG
  • Published By – M. Witmark & Sons
  • Published By – Redwood Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Ludlow Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Essex Musikvertrieb GmbH

Notes

With kind permission (Mit freundlicher Genehmigung) Carinco AG / P.L.H. Partner Licensing Hambergsfeld GmbH.

(Published by):
Tracks 1 to 6, 8, 11 to 13, 16, 18, 19: Aloha Publishing.
Track 7: Robbins Music Corp./Ltd. / EMI Music Publishing Germany GmbH.
Track 9: EMI Harmonie Limited / EMI Music Publ. Germany GmbH.
Track 10: Four Seasons Music Ltd. / Grand H. Music Verlags- Und Produktions GmbH.
Track 14: Perfekt Songs Ltd. / Piorrell MV Ingeborg Jahnke KG.
Track 17: M. Wlttmark & Sons / Redwood Music Ltd.
Track 20: Ludlow Music Inc. / Essex Musikvertrieb GmbH.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 152.873
  • Label Code: LC 10922
  • Barcode (String): 9002986528739
  • Barcode (Text): 9 002986 528739
  • Rights Society: Austro Mechana

The Shamrock Shore is similar to Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore but is not to be confused with it. Although the tune is similar the words are entirely different. This song is about a man who moves from Ireland to London but finds himself longing for home. The song is from the album Happy to Meet - Sorry to Part which many consider to be the first celtic rock album. Horslips created what, at the time, was an innovative sound by blending Irish folk music with rock music.

The Shamrock Singers When Irish Eyes Are Smiling.

A shamrock is a young sprig, used as a symbol of Ireland. Saint Patrick, Ireland's patron saint, is said to have used it as a metaphor for the Christian Holy Trinity. The name shamrock comes from Irish seamróg, which is the diminutive of the Irish word seamair óg and means simply "young clover". Shamrock usually refers to either the species Trifolium dubium (lesser clover, Irish: seamair bhuí) or Trifolium repens (white clover, Irish: seamair bhán).

Think of folk music and you think of acoustic guitars, singing with your finger in your ear and sad, tragic stories of failed romance all washed down with a tankard of real al. Here are the 20 best albums ever to come out of folk. This is an image 1 of 20. Fairport Convention - Liege and Leif (1969): The album which birthed folk rock, ‘Leige and Leif’ is a seminal work, weaving together electric takes on traditional tunes, such as ‘Matty Groves’ and ‘Tam Lin’, as well as Fairport Conventions own compositions. Bracingly influential.

Irish traditional - Irish Dances. 7. Ian McCamy and his Celtic Reelers - The Barnyards of Delgaty. 8. The Shamrock Singers - Muirsheen Durkin.

The Essential label's The Best of Irish Folk is a double-disc compilation that, along with similarly extensive compilations like The Best of English Folk and The Best of Irish Folk, draws from the vaults of Transatlantic. The Transatlantic label was one of the primary outlets for British folk during the '50s, '60s, and '70s, and these reinvestigations neatly summarize what they had to offer.