Planxty - Cliffs Of Dooneen mp3 album
Planxty:129–145 is the first album by the Irish folk group Planxty, recorded in London during early September 1972 and released in early 1973. Because of its dark cover, Planxty is sometimes referred to as "the black album. Author Leagues O'Toole has written that the album "crystallises the 1972 set" performed live by the band during their first year of touring.
Слушайте и скачивайте cliffs of dooneen на Хотплеере в mp. Alan Whelan - Cliffs of Dooneen 02:49. Howard Baer - Cliffs of Doneen 04:55. Thomas Ruez - Cliffs of Doneen 03:47. Mary Duff - Cliffs of Doneen 04:04. Brogues - Cliffs Of Doneen 03:02. Chris Beaty - Cliffs of Doneen 03:58. John Jacobson, Mac Huff - Cliffs of Doneen 02:06. Paddy Reilly - The Cliffs of Dooneen 02:57. Paddy Reilly - The Cliffs of Dooneen 03:39.
The Cliffs of Dooneen is an Irish ballad made famous by Planxty. It is often performed by Christy Moore. The song was written by Jack McAuliffe from Lixnaw, County Kerry about the cliffs around Dooneen Point near Beale, Kerry in the west of Ireland. The mention of the west coast of County Clare and the towns of Kilkee and Kilrush have made the song a County Clare anthem, with the words "Cliffs of Dooneen" often changed to "Hills of Moveen", a location a few miles west of Kilkee
The Cliffs Of Dooneen (7", Single). Neither of the two tracks on this 45 appeared on Planxty's 1st album. Cliffs of Dooneen was on Prosperous. Yarmouth Town was not on either of these albums.
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Released by IML Irish Music Licensing Ltd. Mar 2006 16 Tracks. Cliffs Of Dooneen is a English album released on Mar 2006. Cliffs Of Dooneen Album has 16 songs sung by Corrib Folk. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Cliffs Of Dooneen songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
The mention of the west coast of County Clare and the towns of Kilkee and Kilrush have made the song a County Clare anthem, with the words "Cliffs of Dooneen" often changed to "Hills of Moveen", a location a few miles west of Kilkee. This has led to confusion over the location of the cliffs which some assume to have be in Clare rather than in Kerry Dooneen Point is clearly marked on the historic Ordnance S. .
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- Manufactured By – Polydor Records Ltd.
- Pressed By – Carlton Productions
- Published By – Mews Music Ltd. – Side A
- Published By – Chad Music – Side B
- Arranged By – Planxty
NotesManufactured By – Polydor Records Limited
Comes in picture cover. Polydor red label. Made in Ireland
I suspect this is a Repress - the original issue bears different Run=off groove details and the labels state "Made in the Republic of Ireland"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched, Side A runout): 2078023-A1
- Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched, Side B runout): 2978023-B1
- Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched, runout both sides): ME (letters joined together) CP (P inside large C) gerry
|2078-023||Planxty||The Cliffs Of Dooneen (7", Single)||Polydor||2078-023||Ireland||1972|