Dolly McMahon - Hills Of Connemara / Charlie album flac
Опубликовано: 4 мар. 2012 г. dolly mcmahon, the hills of connemara 1967.
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Charlie McMahon (born in the Blue Mountains outside Sydney, 1951) is an Australian didgeridoo player. The founder of the group Gondwanaland, McMahon was one of the first non-Aboriginal musicians to gain fame as a professional player of the instrument. He is also the inventor of the didjeribone, a sliding didgeridoo made from two lengths of plastic tubing and played somewhat in the manner of a trombone (hence its name).
Charlie is the third album by Melt-Banana. This album was the first release on their own label, A-Zap. BANANA!" at the beginning of the song and Melt-Banana have sampled this through many of their other songs including ". Seconds Flipping", "Brick Again" and the version of "Bad Gut Missed Fist" on their live album MxBx 1998/13,000 Miles At Light Velocity.
Listen online to Foster & Allen - The Hills Of Connemara and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. Showing albums featuring The Hills Of Connemara. 18 Apr 2006 · 22 tracks.
Feast of Irish Folk Songs, Vo. Barnbrack is an Irish male vocal/instrumental folk/pop group, with band members Alex Quinn, Jimmy McPeake and Eoien McMahon. The word 'barnbrack' is a play on the Anglicised Irish word "Barmbrack", a type of bread that contains fruit. Barnbrack separated in 2003, after the premature death of Quinn’s wife, Deirdre, aged 55. While Barnbrack have had many popular songs, such as The Fly and The Unicorn, the band's only noted chart success was with a single called Belfast, written by Lisburn-born man and band member Alex Quinn.
Gather up the pots and the old tin can The mash, the corn, the barley and the bran Run like the devil from the Excise man Keep the smoke from rising Barney. Swing to the left and swing to the right. The Excise men will dance all night. Drinking up the tay till the broad daylight In the hills of Connemara. A gallon for the butcher, a quart for Tom, A bottle for poor old Father Tom To help the poor old dear along In the hills of Connemara. Stand your ground, it is too late The Excise men are at the gate Glory be to Paddy, but they're drinking it nate
Swing to the left and swing to the right The excise man will dance all night Drinking up the tay till the broad daylight In the hills of Connemara. A gallon for the butcher, a quart for Tom A bottle for poor old father John To help the poor old man along In the hills of Connemara. Stand your ground, it's too late The excise men are at the gate Glory be to God, he's drinking it nate In the hills of Connemara.
The Hills of Connemara" is an Irish folk song written by Sean McCarthy about Irish moonshine, or Poitín, set in Connemara. In the song, the drink is referred to as "mountain tea" (tay to rhyme with day). The punch line to the song is that the tax collectors ("excise men") find the cache of moonshine and begin "drinkin' it straight". Tae", pronounced "tay" is Gaelic for "tea". The Irish Rovers on their 1971 album On the Shores of Americay, the song title styled as "Mountain Tay (The Hills of Connemara)". Foster & Allen on their album "Foster & Allen's Ireland".
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Written By – Sean McCarthy