Figgy Duff - After the Tempest mp3 downloadPerformer: Figgy Duff
Title: After the Tempest
Style: British Folk-Rock,Celtic
Location: Sound house
Size MP3 version: 1497 mb
Size FLAC version: 1450 mb
Size WMA version: 1668 mb
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Figgy Duff - After the Tempest mp3 download
By: Figgy Duff (1983, Folk, World, & Country). More albums from Figgy Duff: Figgy Duff by Figgy Duff. Weather Out The Storm by Figgy Duff. Live Silver Reunion by Figgy Duff. View all albums . After The Tempest. By: Figgy Duff (1983, Folk, World, & Country). 1. Honour, Riches (Song From The Tempest). 2. Breakwater Boys Breakdown. 3. Heel And Toe Polka, Paddy’s Jig. 4. A Sailor Courted A Farmer’s Daughter. 5. Centennial Highway Reel, Cooley’s Reel. 7. Auntie Mary, Brother’s Jig. 9. The Ten Commandments
Album · 1983 · 12 Songs. Figgy Duff Live Silver Reunion. Shakespeare's Tempest: An Original Score.
After the Tempest Figgy Duff. Honour, Riches (Song from The Tempest) - Breakwater Boys Breakdown.
Figgy Duff - Honour, Riches (from the Tempest), Breakwater Boys Breakdown 04:35. Figgy Duff - Heels and Toes Polka, Paddy's Jig 02:03. Figgy Duff - A Sailor Courted a Farmer's Daughter 04:50. Figgy Duff - Centennial Highway Reel, Cooly's Reel 02:25. Figgy Duff - The Darby Ram 02:59. Figgy Duff - Auntie Mary, Brother's Jig 02:42. Figgy Duff - The Gypsy 03:12. Figgy Duff - The Ten Commandments 02:38. Figgy Duff - Lake St. John Reel, The Blackthorn Stick 02:19. Figgy Duff - Dans la Prison de Londres 03:36. Figgy Duff - Thomas and Nancy 05:27.
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Figgy Duff was a Canadian folk-rock band from Newfoundland. They played a major role in the Newfoundland cultural renaissance of the 1970s and 80s. Formed in 1976 by Noel Dinn, who named the band after a kind of traditional pudding, Figgy Duff travelled across Newfoundland, learning traditional songs. They performed with some distinct elements of rock and roll. The album was also released by Ottawa-based Posterity Records. It was followed by After the Tempest in 1982. Throughout the next thirteen years, Figgy Duff continued touring and released three more albums: Weather Out the Storm (1989), Downstream (1993) and the compilation Retrospective (1995). The line-up changed several times, but the core of Noel Dinn and Pamela Morgan, singer-songwriter, stayed the same. Weather Out the Storm was nominated for a 1991 Juno Award.
|1||Honour, Riches (Song from the Tempest)||Figgy Duff|
|2||Breakwater Boys Breakdown||Figgy Duff|
|3||Heel and Toe Polka/Paddy's Jig||Figgy Duff|
|4||A Sailor Courted a Farmer's Daughter||Figgy Duff|
|5||Centennial Highway Reel/Cooley's Reel||Figgy Duff|
|6||The Darby Ram||Figgy Duff|
|7||Auntie Mary/Brother's Jig||Figgy Duff|
|8||The Gypsy||Figgy Duff|
|9||The Ten Commandments||Figgy Duff|
|10||Lake St. John Reel/The Blackhorne Stick||Figgy Duff|
|11||Dans la Prison de Londres||Figgy Duff|
|12||Thomas and Nancy||Figgy Duff|
|13||Jim Rumbolt's Tune||Figgy Duff|
CreditsLenny DeRose - Mixing
Noel Dinn - Bodhran, Drums, Hammer Dulcimer, Piano
Figgy Duff - Primary Artist
George Graves - Mastering
Dan Kuntz - Engineer
Pamela Morgan - Guitar (Acoustic), Keyboards, Synthesizer, Vocals, Whistle (Instrument)
David Panting - Guitar (Electric), Mandolin, Vocals
Derek Pelley - Bass, Vocal Harmony
Tom Tremuth - Producer
Mark Wright - Mixing