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Moloney O'Connell & Keane - There Were Roses mp3 download

Performer: Moloney O'Connell & Keane
Title: There Were Roses
Style: Celtic Folk,Celtic,Irish Folk
Location: Morningstar Communications, Inc., Springhouse, PA
Duration: 45:46
Released: 1986
Size MP3 version: 1579 mb
Size FLAC version: 1413 mb
Size WMA version: 1863 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 288
Format: DXD ASF MP2 MP1 AIFF APE
Genre: International

Moloney O'Connell & Keane - There Were Roses mp3 download


Keane, Moloney & O'Connell.

There Were Roses" is an Irish folk song based on a true story. It was written by the Northern Ireland folk singer and songwriter Tommy Sands. Tommy Sands also recorded his own version as the opening track of his 1985 album Singing of the Times.

Moloney O'Connell & Keane.

Arranged By, Liner Notes - Keane, Moloney, O'Connell. Music By - Robbie O'Connell (tracks: 1). Piano Accordion - Jimmy (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 11). Producer - Mick Moloney. Vocals - Mick (tracks: 3, 6, 10), Robbie (tracks: 1, 5, 7, 9). Words By, Music By - Colm Sands (tracks: 5), Tommy Sands (2) (tracks: 7).

? Moloney, O'Connell & Keane. The trio released two critically acclaimed albums: There Were Roses in 1985 (including the first recording of the iconic Irish song "There Were Roses" that was penned by the famous Irish folk singer-songwriter Tommy Sands but recorded first by the trio and the album Kilkelly in 1987 including O'Connell's signature song "Killkelly".

Mick Moloney (vocals, banjo, mandolin, guitar), Jimmy Keane (piano accordion, vocals), Robbie O'Connell (vocals, guitar), with Liz Carroll (fiddle), Jerry O'Sullivan (pipes), Eugene O'Donnell (fiddle), Saul Broudy (vocals, harmonica) Green Linnet GLCD 1057, 1985. Recorded in Springhouse, Pennsylvania. Posted by patrick cavanagh 5 years ago. There Were Roses. Brilliant album, one of my favourtes. Posted by nigel sture 5 years ago.

There Were Roses, Moloney, O'Connell & Keane, Green Linnet CSIF 1057 (1985). Kilkelly, Moloney, O'Connell & Keane, Green Linnet CSIF1072 (1987). As Green Fields of America. The Green Fields of America Live in Concert, Green Linnet CSIF 1096 (1989). Tommy Sands iconic and best known song is There Were Roses that recounts how Allan Bell and its was first recorded by Robbie OConnell with Mick Moloney and Jimmy Keane as the title track on their first album. Tommy Sands also recorded his own version as the track of his 1985 album Singing of the Times. The song has also recorded by Joan Baez, Kathy Mattea, Dolores Keane, Sean Keane, Frank Patterson, Paddy Reilly, Dick Gaughan, The Dubliners, Cara Dillon, Lisa McHugh.

Gigs seen live by. One person has seen Mick Moloney, Robbie O'Connell & Jimmy Keane live.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Ballad of Jack Dolan Robbie O'Connell / Traditional Moloney O'Connell & Keane feat: James Keane / Mick Moloney / Robbie O'Connell 3:31
2 Allastrom's/Julia Clifford's Traditional Moloney O'Connell & Keane feat: James Keane / Mick Moloney / Robbie O'Connell 2:58
3 Drimin Donn Dilis (The Dear Brown Cow) Traditional Moloney O'Connell & Keane feat: James Keane / Mick Moloney / Robbie O'Connell 5:42
4 Redican's Mother/Gan Ainm/A Blast of Wind Traditional Moloney O'Connell & Keane feat: James Keane / Mick Moloney / Robbie O'Connell 3:33
5 Almost Every Circumstance Colum Sands Moloney O'Connell & Keane feat: James Keane / Mick Moloney / Robbie O'Connell 4:10
6 Fuigfhidh Mise 'N Baile Seo (I Will Leave the Town) Traditional Moloney O'Connell & Keane feat: James Keane / Mick Moloney / Robbie O'Connell 4:06
7 There Were Roses Tommy Sands Moloney O'Connell & Keane feat: James Keane / Mick Moloney / Robbie O'Connell 6:27
8 Caiseadach Ban (Fair Haired Cassidy) /Paddy Gavin's/The Priest's Boots James Keane / Brendan Mulvihill / Traditional Moloney O'Connell & Keane feat: James Keane / Mick Moloney / Robbie O'Connell 8:05
9 The Mickey Dam Moloney O'Connell & Keane feat: James Keane / Mick Moloney / Robbie O'Connell 2:59
10 Harvey Street Hornpipe/The Birds/O'Connor's Frolics Traditional Moloney O'Connell & Keane feat: James Keane / Mick Moloney / Robbie O'Connell 4:15
11 Here I Am from Donegal Traditional Moloney O'Connell & Keane feat: James Keane / Mick Moloney / Robbie O'Connell

Credits

Glenn Barratt - Engineer
Saul Broudy - Harmonica, Vocal Harmony
Liz Carroll - Fiddle, Performer
Tom Coyne - Mastering
Carla Frey - Design, Illustrations
James Keane - Arranger, Composer, Performer, Piano-Accordian, Primary Artist, Vocal Harmony
Mick Moloney - Arranger, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Performer, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Brendan Mulvihill - Composer
Robbie O'Connell - Arranger, Composer, Guitar, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Moloney O'Connell & Keane - Primary Artist
Eugene O'Donnell - Fiddle
Colum Sands - Composer
Tommy Sands - Composer
Traditional - Composer