The Famine Song - The McPeake Family - At Home With The McPeakes (Vinyl, LP)


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1965
Label: Fontana - TL5258 • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk


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8 thoughts on “ The Famine Song - The McPeake Family - At Home With The McPeakes (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Mikarg says:
    At Home With the McPeakes, an Album by The McPeake Family. Released in on Fontana (catalog no. STL; Vinyl LP). Genres: Irish Folk Music/5(2).
  2. Mile says:
    The McPeake Family: At Home With the McPeakes. At Home With the McPeakes. - Fontana STL LP; Side One. Jug of Punch; Roisin Dhu; The Stuttering Lovers; The Bonnie Bunch of Roses O; Molly Baan; Finnigan's Wake; The Famine Song; The Anti-Recruiting Song; Side Two. The Cotton Mill Song; Top of the Cork Road; Bonnie Boy; My Own Native Land.
  3. Goltigore says:
    THE PRATIES 4/4 (traditional) The tune of this song is similar, but not identical to the air of ‚Sam Hall’. Although the song's title is The Famine Song, there's no mention of a famine in the lyrics. I think Carolyn Hester who used to sing with Bob Dylan was the first to record this one in and called it ''The Praties They Grow Small''.
  4. JoJogami says:
    A song written by Johnny McEvoy about the great hunger in Ireland which lasted from - and one man who seen all his comrades die from hunger and decides to leave Ireland on a coffin ship. Coffin ships were the names given to the ships that took Irish people to America, Australia and Canada.
  5. Mazil says:
    Jun 18,  · Details about RARE IRISH PRESS LP - At Home with The McPeakes - Philips - RARE IRISH PRESS LP - At Home with The McPeakes - Philips - The McPeake Family ‎– At Home With The McPeakes. Label: Philips A1 Jugs Of Punch. A2 Roisin Dhu. A3 The Stuttering Lovers. A4 The Bonnie Bunch Of Roses O. A5 Molly Baan. A6.
  6. Moogule says:
    referencing Introducing The McPeake Family, LP, Album, Mono, SRF , MFG This is the same LP as the UK LP "IRISH FOLK". Reply Notify me Helpful.
  7. Makree says:
    Explore releases from The McPeake Family at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The McPeake Family at the Discogs Marketplace. The McPeake Family: The McPeake Family of Belfast ‎ (LP) Prestige International: INT US: The McPeake Family: At Home With The McPeakes 2 versions: Fontana: UK:
  8. Zolojin says:
    The McPeake family of Belfast were one of the few Irish pre-ballad boom groups. That they were better-known abroad than at home is illustrated by a story told about a conversation between Bob Dylan and Bono of U2 in The legendary singer asked what Bono thought of the McPeakes. The Dublin-born Bono had never heard of them.

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