The Johnstons - The Barleycorn mp3 downloadPerformer: The Johnstons
Title: The Barleycorn
Style: Celtic,Celtic Folk,Traditional Irish Folk
Size MP3 version: 1933 mb
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Features Song Lyrics for The Johnstons's The Johnstons, The Barley Corn album. The Barleycorn Lyrics. The Johnstons Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular The Johnstons Lyrics.
John Barleycorn" is a British folksong (Roud 164). The character of John Barleycorn in the song is a personification of the important cereal crop barley and of the alcoholic beverages made from it, beer and whisky.
Along with 1968's The Johnstons, 1969's The Barley Corn was one of the two traditional folk albums the band issued in the late '60s; their other albums from the time had more contemporary material and were (only slightly) aimed more toward the pop market. The Barley Corn was similar to The Johnstons in its accomplished mix of a wide variety of Irish material played and sung with passion, though not in that much of a groundbreaking manner.
B2. Sorry The Day I Was Married. Ye Jacobites By Name' (LP, Album, RE). Contour, Contour.
The Johnstons History & Discography The Johnstons were a family folk group who were immensely popular in Ireland in the late 1960s. They recorded both traditional and contemporary folk material, some of the latter straying into folk-rock and pop-folk areas on occasion. The original lineup consisted of sisters Adrienne and Lucy Johnston singing close-harmony, backed by their brother Michael on acoustic 12-string guitar. This trio signed to Pye Records in 1965 and scored their only Irish hit with their first single, a cover of Ewan MacColl's "The Travelling People"
The Johnstons alternated between strictly traditional albums and outings containing some contemporary material and pop-influenced arrangements on their late-1960s LPs. This single-disc reissue pairs their two traditional folk albums of the era, 1968's The Johnstons and 1969's The Barley Corn. Their self-titled debut is all traditional folk, and as such will be favored by those listeners who favor that style above folk-rock (even of the very mild sort, as the Johnstons played when they did material of more modern origin).
O'Carolan's Concerto, 02:19. The Lark in the Morning, 02:40. The Dublin Jack of All Trades, 03:18. Apprentice Song, 02:05. The Lambs on the Green Hills, 04:57. The Frog's Wedding, 03:13. The Coleraine Regatta, 04:41. The Barleycorn, 02:59. Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore, 03:13. Fuigfidh Mise 'N Baile Seo, 03:50.
|1||Ye Jacobites by Name Traditional||The Johnstons||2:53|
|2||The Coleraine Regatta Traditional||The Johnstons||4:41|
|3||The Newry Highwayman Traditional||The Johnstons||2:57|
|4||Joseph's Fancy/A Trip to Durow Traditional||The Johnstons||2:43|
|5||What Put the Blood? Traditional||The Johnstons||3:13|
|6||The Fenians from Cahirciveen Traditional||The Johnstons||2:51|
|7||The Barleycorn Traditional||The Johnstons||2:59|
|8||Sorry the Day I Was Married Traditional||The Johnstons||1:38|
|9||The Flower of Northumberland Traditional||The Johnstons||4:33|
|10||Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore Traditional||The Johnstons||3:13|
|11||Fuigfidh Mise 'N Baile Seo Traditional||The Johnstons||3:50|
CreditsThe Johnstons - Primary Artist
Traditional - Composer