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    Jan 15,  · The Irish Rebel Album – 18 Rebel Songs | Poitin - Shan-nos- Justice Rebel Bands - Duration: Music Of Ireland - Ceol traidisiúnta na hÉireann 79, views

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    Dave and Tony Arthur sang The Barley Grain for Me in on their Transatlantic album Morning Stands on Tiptoe.. The Young Tradition sang John Barleycorn in on their last LP, tiphoregcingnehdeporlowaverthocan.co track was included in on the Ronco anthology The British Folk Collection as the first Young Tradition track reissued on CD. They also sang it on 17 November at their concert at Oberlin.

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    Aug 06,  · The Barleycorn, formed in , were an Irish folk band, most famous for their rebel ballads. The original group consisted of Paddy McGuigan, Liam Tiernan, Brian McCormick and John Delaney. Over the years the band had many changes in its line-up. In The Barleycorn split.

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    Explore releases from Barleycorn at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Barleycorn at the Discogs Marketplace. Explore The International Barleycorn ‎ (LP, Album) CBS: 1: Australia: Sell This Version: Barleycorn: Sing An Irish Song.

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    Mar 30,  · Barleycorn singing Roisin from their album Barleycorn My Last Farewell Derek McCormick: vocals, guitar and bass John Delaney: vocals, banjo Dennis O'Rourke: vocals, guitar, fiddle.

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    This recording was made live at the John Barleycorn pub in New York (circa ?) as the album was originally released on vinyl LP. What a pleasure it is to listen to 30 years later without all the pops and clicks recorded off the old LP--yet it still conveys the warmth and charm of the pub atmosphere.5/5(9).

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    The Irish Rover (Dublin City Ramblers) Star Of The County Down (Fait Isle Folk) The Fields Of Athenry (Paddy Reilly) A Place In The Choir (Barleycorn) I'm A Rover (Wolfe Tones) Bold O'Donoghue (Patsy Watchorn) Molly Malone (Dublin City Ramblers) The Rooster (Fair Isle Folk) Catch Me If You Can (Chris Bell) /5(9).

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