Leahy - Leahy mp3 album
Leahy is the name of a Canadian folk music group. The eight band members, all from the Leahy family of 11 siblings, are from Lakefield, Ontario and have been touring Canada and internationally since the early 1980s, when they were known as The Leahy Family. In 1985, they were the subject of a short film entitled Leahy: Music Most of All which received an Academy Award in the category of "Best Foreign Student Film. The members of Leahy take significant pride in their Irish roots and Canadian upbringing.
Leahy is an album by Canadian folk music group Leahy. It was released by Virgin Records in 1996. The album peaked at number 1 on the RPM Country Albums chart in July 1997. B Minor" (Traditional) – 3:55. Cape Breton Medley" (R. Cooper, Wiley Hunter, J. Traditional) – 5:11. McBrides" (Dónal Lunny, Declan Sinnott) – 4:15. The French" (Traditional) – 4:39. The Call to Dance" (Gordon Duncan, Howie MacDonald) – 4:05. Alabama" (G. Cahn, Ned Landry, J. Yeffen) – 3:40.
is an album by The Dismemberment Plan. It was released on October 2, 1995, on DeSoto Records. The band's original drummer, Steve Cummings, played on this album but left shortly after its release.
Leahy – Leahy is the name of a Canadian folk music group. In 1985, they were the subject of a film entitled Leahy. The members of Leahy take great pride in their Irish roots, the line-up of the group varies depending upon the availability of its members who come and go due to marriage, raising children, and other commitments. In 1997, the band resumed recording with their relaunch album, Leahy was an instrumental album, but the band also includes vocal performances in their live performances and subsequent albums have included both vocals and instrumentals.
Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Leahy.
The two best tracks are undoubtedly "The Call to Dance" and "B Minor," which both have accompanying videos as well.
While the Leahy Family, and later LEAHY, have made several records that include vocals, the pre-dominant focus has been traditional, celtic instrumental music. The Leahy sisters began singing in the choir at church. At the same time, a love of traditional, celtic instrumental music and step-dancing was instilled in them in the Irish, Scottish, French-Canadian, and Cape Breton traditions earstotheground.
|Cape Breton Medley||5:11|
|The Call To Dance||4:04|
|Don Messer Medley||3:05|
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|72438-42955 23||Leahy||Leahy (CD, Album)||Narada||72438-42955 23||US||1998|
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