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8 thoughts on “ Westering Home - Connie Foley - Traditional Irish Ballads (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Feb 21,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Westering Home · Irish Folk Players 50 Irish Classic Folk Songs ℗ Big Eye Music Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for In Dublin's Fair City and Other Irish Songs - Connie Foley on AllMusic -
  3. Irish singer Connie Foley ()was born in Tralee and immigrated first to England and then to Boston where he was discovered as a singer and made many recordings that were a hit with Irish Americans all over the country. In the 60s .
  4. Irish-music label founded by Justus O’Byrne DeWitt, Jr., owner of the O’Byrne DeWitt record store in Boston, Massachusetts. Active from ca. till when the O’Byrne DeWitt music shop closed. The All Ireland and white Copley labels, including the Scottish series, must have been used about just before the green Copley with the.
  5. Mar 10,  · It Must Be Your Irish by Connie Foley From the LP: Connie Foley Sings Ireland's Favorite Ballads.
  6. Explore releases from Connie Foley at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Connie Foley at the Discogs Marketplace. Explore Traditional Irish Ballads ‎ (LP, Album) Copley Records: DWL Connie Foley With Mickey Carton's Orchestra - The Croppy Boy / Westering Home ‎ (10").
  7. From his first album ''Paddy On The Road'' came 2 of his finest, the first being The Ballad Of James Larkin [ lyrics ] followed by The Belfast Brigade. This was the late 60's and Christy was in England singing in folk clubs for a living. It wasn't popular to be singing Irish ballads in England but Christy managed to get away with it.
  8. Traditional Irish slip jig This two-part slip jig in the key of E Dorian is also known under the alternate title “The Whistling Thief”, which comes from a song set to the air by the 19th-century songwriter Samuel Lover.

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