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John Conolly With Maggie Boyle, Robin Garside, Bill Whaley & Dave Fletcher - Ranter's Wharf album flac

  • Performer: John Conolly
  • Title: Ranter's Wharf
  • Size FLAC ver: 1192 mb
  • Style: Folk
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  • Genre: Country - Folk
  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
John Conolly With Maggie Boyle, Robin Garside, Bill Whaley & Dave Fletcher  - Ranter's Wharf album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Men Of The Sea
Written-By – Bill Meek, John Conolly
2:49
2 Ranter's Wharf
Written-By – John Conolly
2:48
3 Tom Of Holmfirth
Written-By – John Conolly
2:55
4 Weary Winter
Written-By – John Conolly
3:48
5 Brave English Brew
Written-By – John Conolly
2:33
6 The Last Ploughshare
Written-By – John Conolly
2:38
7 Camping Nights And Roving Days
Written-By – Dave Evardson
3:48
8 Roundabouts And Swings
Written-By – John Conolly, Patrick Chalmers
3:02
9 Old Men Sing Love Songs
Written-By – John Conolly
3:11
10 Sweet Thyme
Written-By – John Conolly, Pete Munday
2:57
11 The Emigrant
Lyrics By – John Masefield Music By – John Conolly
3:21
12 Joke And Push About The Pitcher
Written-By – Paul Bellamy
2:44
13 Close Your Eyes And Look
Written-By – John Conolly
3:33
14 Landless Paddy
Written-By – John Conolly
3:54
15 The Widowmaker
Written-By – John Conolly
2:43
16 Calling-On Song For The Ghosts Of Miners Past
Written-By – Jim Hancock
2:28
17 Never Weatherbeaten Sail
Arranged By – John Conolly
3:03
18 Fiddler's Green
Written-By – John Conolly
3:45
19 One More Before We Go
Written-By – Bill Meek, John Conolly
3:48

Credits

  • Backing Vocals – Dave Fletcher
  • Concertina, Backing Vocals – Bill Whaley
  • Fiddle, Viola, Mandolin, Bouzouki, Backing Vocals – Robin Garside
  • Flute, Whistle, Bodhrán, Backing Vocals – Maggie Boyle
  • Guitar, Melodeon, Melodica – John Conolly
  • Producer – John Conolly, Robin Garside
  • Recorded By – Robin Garside
  • Violin – Thomas Conolly


John Conolly With Maggie Boyle, Robin Garside, Bill Whaley & Dave Fletcher (2) - Ranter's Wharf ‎(CD, Album).

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Maggie Boyle (24 December 1956 – 6 November 2014) was an English, London-born folk singer, who also played flute, whistle and bodhrán. As a youngster she joined the Fulham branch of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann. Later she became an events organiser. She was a member of John Renbourn's group "Ship of Fools" (1988), which released one album on the "Run River" label, owned and operated by her then husband and fellow group member Steve Tilston. Christopher Bruce's ballet "Sergeant Early's Dream" was made in 1984.

Arranged By, Producer – Bill Whaley, Dave Fletcher Concertina, Harmonium, Vocals – Bill Whaley Vocals, Whistle, Melodeon – Dave Fletcher. Album Comes in a jewel case with a booklet containing notes on the Songs. Related Music albums to Less Sprightly by Bill Whaley

Maggie Boyle sings Gweebarra Shore. Maggie made three solo albums. The first, Reaching Out (1987), was named after a song by Steve, and included Robin Williamson’s October Song. Jansch was one of her accompanists. Eleven years passed before Maggie’s second solo album, Gweebarra (1998); the title track, Gweebarra Shore, was written by her brother Kevin after the death of their father, who came from Derryloughan, Co Donegal, beside the Gweebarra river. Maggie is survived by her partner, Bill Dinsdale, Joe, a daughter Molly (stage name Molly Jones), a granddaughter, Betty-Sue, Kevin and another brother, Christopher. Margaret Boyle, folk singer, born 24 December 1956; died 6 November 2014. This article was amended on 10 November 2014.

Ranter's Wharf John Conolly. private release JACD02 (CD, UK, 2004). Recorded by Robin Garside; Produced by John Conollya and Robin Garside; Front cover and graphic design by Robin Garside. John Conolly, guitar, melodeon, vocals; Robin Garside, fiddle, viola, mandolin, bouzouki, backing vocals; Maggie Boyle, flute, whistle, bodhrán, backing vocals; Bill Whaley, concertina, backing vocals; Dave Fletcher, backing vocals; Thomas Conolly, violin. Men of the Sea (. 9). Ranter's Wharf (. 8). Tom of Holmfirth (. 5)

Maggie's Farm" is a song written by Bob Dylan, recorded on January 15, 1965, and released on the album Bringing It All Back Home on March 22 of that year. Like many other Dylan songs of the 1965–66 period, "Maggie's Farm" is based in electric blues. It was released as a single in the United Kingdom on June 4, 1965, and peaked at on the chart

The fifth album from the Chicago-born pianist Andrew Hill catapulted him to the top tier of forward-looking jazz composers of the ’60s. As Ornette Coleman and John Coltrane pioneered jazz’s New Thing movement, loosening the shackles of long-established chord progressions, Hill’s tight-knit pieces played within them, drawing on post-bop, avant-garde, and the blues. Point of Departure is at once abstract and dynamic, labyrinthine and lyrical, dizzying and dense with ideas. He became the spiritual forefather for the outlaw country movement, and later for indie singers like Bill Callahan and Will Oldham. Here, Newbury accompanies his songs of unbearable heartbreak with acoustic guitar, but he also couches them in church choirs and sitar, as well as the sounds of chimes, rain, and distant trains, creating a singular album that might best be described as ambient country.


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