Joe Heaney - Morrisey And The Russian Sailor And Other Traditional Irish Songs mp3 flac
- Album: Morrisey And The Russian Sailor And Other Traditional Irish Songs
- MP3: 1731 mb | FLAC: 1691 mb
- Released: 1960
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Joe Heaney – Morrisey And The Russian Sailor And Other Traditional Irish Songs. Label: Collector Records – JEI 5. Format: Vinyl, 7", EP, Mono. Morrisey And The Russian Sailor. B! Cailleach-an Airgid. B2. One Morning In June.
Morrisey And Russian Sailor. THE GOOD MAN - An Irish version of the traditional song found throughout Europe about the deceived husband who is not yet quite such a fool as he appears. The tune that Joe uses here is an old Irish variant not yet collected anywhere else. The Bonny Bunch Of Roses. Joe speaks and sings both English and Irish with equal fluency. The Bonny Bunch of Roses, is the most important item on rho record. The Bonny Bunch of Roses has been collected in both England and Ireland. Some believe it to be a pro-Napoleonic song, intended as propaganda to rally the Irish to the French cause - the conquest of England.
This is one of the songs for which Joe Heaney became most famous, and it appears on four commercial recordings, Come all you Gallant Irish Men (Philo PH 2004), Irish Music in London Pubs (Folkways FG 3575), Morrissey and the Russian Sailor and Other Irish Songs (Collector Records JEI 5), and Topic’s The Voice of the People, vol. 8 (TSCD 658). This entry was posted in Songs, Songs in English on 6th October 2015 by gabhartach.
Irish Traditional Songs. Morrissey and the Russian Sailor. Irish Music in London Pubs. Joe Heaney – The Archives including biographical information, later recordings and videos of him either teaching or in live performance and translations of and background to many of his songs. Bright Star Of The West Sean Williams and Lillis Ó Laoire’s great book on Heaney, Bright Star Of The West: Joe Heaney, Irish Song Man, which discusses his life, his repertoire and the influence he has had over later developments in Irish folk music. It also includes translations of and detailed discussions of the background to many of his best-known songs.
But Morrisey worked manfully in coming to the ground, From tbat until the twentieth the Russian he put down; Tbe Russian called his second to have a glass of wine, The Irish hero smiled and said, "The battle will be mine. The twenty-eighth decided all, the Russian felt the smart When Morrisey with a dreadful blow struck the Russian on the heart The doctor he was sent for tohelp him outof pain, But he said it was quite useless, for he'd never fight again. So let us fill a flowing glass and here's a health to all, To noble John E. Morrisey and Paddies evermore . RG From Folk Ballads and Songs of the Lower Labrador Coast, Leach DT Laws H18 oct96.
Joe Heaney (AKA Joe Éinniú; Irish: Seosamh Ó hÉanaí) (15 October 1919 – 1 May 1984) was an Irish traditional (sean nós) singer from County Galway, Ireland. He spent most of his adult life abroad, living in England, Scotland and New York City, in the course of which he recorded hundreds of songs. Heaney was born Carna, a remote village in Connemara, County Galway, along the west coast of Ireland. This is an Irish-speaking district
Ewan MacColl - Morrisey and the Russian Sailor. The Smiths - A Rush And A Push And The Land Is Ours. Katie Taylor and the Russian Lightweight (The Irish Woman's Fight).
|A1||Morrisey And The Russian Sailor|
|B2||One Morning In June|
|B3||The Good Man|