Spancil Hill - Various - The Sound Of Irish Folk (CD, Album)
Label: Dolphin Records (6) - DOCD 3001 • Format: CD Album • Country: Ireland • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk
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Written by Michael Considine Spancil Hill is between Ennis and Tulla County Clare This Irish folk song dates back to the s. This ballad was recently recorded by the Irish ballad group ''The High Kings'' on their album Grace And Glory. The ukulele chords are now included. Spancil Hill Words And Chords In .
ROBBIE McMAHON:Robbie McMahon, who has died aged 86, was a songwriter and singer whose rendition of Spancil Hill is widely regarded as the definitive gravelmoondonndorintrius.xyzinfo reckoned he sang it more than.
Mar 12, · 60 Greatest Ever Irish Pub Songs - Various Artists Spancil Hill - Paddy Reilly Quare Bungle Rye - The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem RTÉ Festival Folk.
Spancil Hill, or in original spelling Spancilhill, is a traditional Irish folk ballad composed by Michael Considine, who was born in Spancil Hill and migrated to the US. It bemoans the plight of the Irish emigrants who so longed for home from their new lives in America. This song is sung by a man who longs for his home in Spancill Hill, County Clare, his friends and the love he left there. All the characters .
Ronnie Drew: The Wild Rover Paddy Reilly: The Rose Of Allandale John Close: Irish Ways And Irish Laws Johnny McEvoy: The Town I Loved So Well The Dubliners: James Larkin Ronnie Drew: The Irish Rover Johnny McEvoy: The Spanish Lady The Fureys: The Lonesome Boatman Paddy Reilly: Spancil Hill The Brier Folk 4/5(2).
by The Dubliners Spancill Hill is a traditional Irish Folk song composed by Michael Considine which was originally written as a poem. This version by The Dubliners is featured on the album - Fifteen Years On. Music: Key of D Minor in 6/8 time at bpm (♪).
Legends Of Irish Folk, Raised On Songs And Stories Various Artists CD Tracklisting CD 1. 1. The Fields Of Athenry - Paddy Reilly. 2. Raglan Road - Luke Kelly. 3. Muirsheen Durkin - Johnny McEvoy. 4. Grace - Jim McCann. 5. A Couple More Years - Ronnie Drew with Eleanor Shanley. 6. The Green Fields Of France - Finbar Furey. 7.
Spancil Hill's sound ranges from traditional Irish folk and instrumental tunes to a variety of current pop and rock selections. Primarily a quartet, the lineup includes: Rick Masters on guitar, piano, percussion and vocals, Jamie Cambareri on lead vocals and tin whistles, Erin Prevo on piano, bodhran, percussion and vocals, and Elisa Bate on.
At the parish Church near Clooney,a mile from Spancil Hill. I went to see me neighbours to see what they might say, Theold one's were all dead and gone,the young one's turning grey, I met with tailor Quigley,he's as bold as ever still, Sure he used to make me britches when I lived in Spancil Hill. I paid a flying visit to my first and only love.