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The Johnstons - The Johnstons MP3

Performer: The Johnstons
Title: The Johnstons
Released: 1970
Cat#: M-18.133
Country: Spain
Label: Movieplay
Size MP3 version: 1275 mb
Size FLAC version: 2190 mb
Size WMA version: 1156 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 566
Genre: Country & World

The Johnstons - The Johnstons MP3


Tracklist

1 The Rambler From Clare 3:25
2 O'Carolan's Concerto2:17
3 Reels (Hand Me Down The Tackle & Jenny's Welcome To Charlie 3:06
4 Apprentice Song 2:04
5The Frog's Wedding 3:09
6 'Fhir A' Bhata 4:554:55
7 Caillerch An Airgid 1:43
8 The Dublin Jack Of All Trades 3:15
9 The Whistling Thief 3:10
10 The Lark In The Morning 2:35
11 The Lambs On The Green Hills 4:54
12 The Tunnel Tigers 2:13
13 The Rounding Of Cape Horn 4:00
14 They'll Never Get Their Man 1:53

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TRA 169The Johnstons The Johnstons ‎(LP)Transatlantic RecordsTRA 169UK1968
IRP-80990The Johnstons The Johnstons ‎(LP)Transatlantic RecordsIRP-80990Japan1968

Notes

Ireland is a country of miracles and one of the 20th century miracles that exists in Ireland today is that folk music is chart music. A large proportion of the singles that make the top 10 charts in Ireland are folk ballads. The Johnstons' first ever record was a
ballad, "The Travelling People" by Ewan MacColl which went straight to Number 1in the Irish charts and was one of the best selling singles in Irish record history. Since then The Johnstons have had three more hits and here now is their first LP. As
with their previous recordings, they have remained faithful to the Irish ballads that brought them success. In three years they have become a highly polished professional and versatile group, full of vocal strength, instrumental virtuosity and interesting original harmony. They have a freshness and vitality that is rare, the more so when it is combined with an obvious strong commercial appeal.
With these qualities, The Johnstons can claim comparison with the best folk groups in the world and seem sure to go on to international success. But they will do so because they have built on strong and splendid foundations-a great love and
understanding of the best in Irish music.

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