Hyland Paddy - Rose Of Mooncoin album flac
|A1||Rose Of Mooncoin|
|A2||The Sligo Maid / Colonel Rodney|
|A3||Farewell To Carlingford|
|A4||Summertime Rolls By|
|A5||Paddy Lie Back / The Three Seas Captains|
|B1||The Rocky Coast Of Clare|
|B2||Lord Of The Dance|
|B3||The Band Played Waltzing Matilda|
|B4||King Of The Fairies|
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Tracks count: 14. Views: 3. Paddy Reilly - Rose Of Mooncoin 03:35. Paddy Reilly - Flight Of The Earls 05:01. Paddy Reilly - Pat Murphy's Meadow 03:25. Paddy Reilly - The Emigrant's Letter 03:38. Paddy Reilly - The Dublin Ministral 04:42. Paddy Reilly - Black Velvet Band 03:48. Paddy Reilly - Heaven Around Galway Bay 03:16. Paddy Reilly - Slievenamon 04:32.
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This album is a departure from the group's previous dance-tune-based recordings, but the quality of the singing is regarded as very good throughout. The Life of Paddy Reilly. The Life of Paddy Reilly, Irish folk singer Paddy Reilly's debut album, was released in 1971 on the Dolphin label. The album introduced some of the singer's most popular songs, including "James Larkin", "Matt Hyland", and "Spancil Hill". It was produced by Reilly and Darby Carroll . The Rose of Mooncoin is a ballad written in the 19th century by Waterford schoolteacher and poet; Watt Murphy, who met and gradually fell in love with a local girl called Elizabeth, also known as Molly, and set in Mooncoin, Ireland. Elizabeth was just 20 years old, and Watt was then 56, but the difference in age was of no consequence to either of them.