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Mary From Dungloe - Emmet Spiceland - The Emmet Spiceland Album (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Mary From Dungloe Lyrics: Colm Ó Lochlainn Lyrics / Oh then fare thee well sweet Donegal, the Rosses and Gweedore, I'm crossing the main ocean where the foaming billows roar, It breaks my heart.
  2. 7" Single on 45cat: Emmet Spiceland - Mary From Dunloe / Hava Nagila - Inset - Ireland - IN
  3. Emmet Spiceland was an Irish folk band formed when brothers Brian Byrne and Michael Byrne of the Spiceland Folk Group joined forces with Dónal Lunny, Brian Bolger and Mick Moloney's Emmet Folk Group.. Emmet Spiceland hold a special place in Irish music history as the first of their kind, bringing what was, at the time, a modern sound, to the previously stiff and conservative national airwaves.
  4. This was the first reissue of the Emmet Spiceland LP. It omitted the spoken word segments between tracks that are present on the original Page One pressing (in which band members introduce the songs) making for a cleaner overall listening experience/5(3).
  5. Mar 03,  · Check out Mary from Dungloe by Emmet Spiceland on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on imalnersiolongpertakanotgeveher.coinfo
  6. LP (12"/10" Album) Login for pricing & ordering. Label: TRADING PLACES. Release date: 25/06/ Barcode: Catalog no.: TDP Item ID: Innovative folk group Emmet Spiceland was formed during the late s through the merger of two acts: noted guitarist, mandolin and bouzouki player Donal Lunny had been playing with.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Label Variation Vinyl release of Mary From Dunloe on Discogs. Label: Inset - IN • Format: Vinyl 7. Label: Inset - IN • Format: Vinyl 7 Emmet Spiceland: Mary From Dungloe.
  8. When Bolger left, Emmet Spiceland continued as a trio, in which guise they recorded their sole album, 's The First. Emmet Spiceland's recordings, which also included a string of non-LP singles, usually leaned toward the tame acoustic side of harmonized folk-pop. To listeners from the U.S. and U.K., their late-'60s records might sound a few.

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