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Larry Cunningham And The Mighty Avons - Two Sides Of Larry Cunningham mp3 album

  • Performer: Larry Cunningham
  • Title: Two Sides Of Larry Cunningham
  • Genre: World, Country
  • Country: UK
  • Formats: MP1 XM MP3 AHX AC3 DXD VOC
  • Style: Celtic, Country
  • MP3 album: 1792 mb
  • FLAC album: 1179 mb
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Larry Cunningham  And The Mighty Avons - Two Sides Of Larry Cunningham mp3 album

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Artist: Larry Cunningham. Album: From Nowhere at All, 2012. A tribute song to Jim Reeves by the Irish country singer Larry Cunningham (and the Mighty Avons). The song was a single released in 1964 shortly after Jims death (King Record label KG1016), and it was also found on the album 'The Two Sides of Larry Cunningham'. I remember hearing this song on the gramophone in my Auntie's house in the mid 60's and thinking how sad it was. Show more.

A tribute song to Jim Reeves by the Irish country singer Larry Cunningham (and the Mighty Avons).

Larry Cunningham (13 February 1938 – 28 September 2012) was an Irish country music singer, who was one of the leading figures of the showband scene in the 1960s and 1970s. Regarded as a "trailblazer" and "legend" in the music industry, he accomplished a series of "firsts" during his career. In 1964, Cunningham broke into the British charts with "Tribute to Jim Reeves", the first time an Irish artist had done such a thing.

Tracklist

Tribute To Jim Reeves (2:31)
A1.1 He'll Have To Go
A1.2 I Won't Forget You
A1.3 Oh How I Miss You
A1.4 Adios Amigo
A2 I've Enjoyed As Much Of This As I Can Stand 2:27
A3 I Missed Me 2:51
A4 One Small Photograph Of You 2:24
A5 A Nickel Piece Of Candy 2:51
A6 River Man 2:01
B1 Lovely Leitrim 2:45
B2 The Bonnie Boy 2:44
B3 My Heart's In The Heart Of Killarney 1:54
B4 Gentle Mother 2:48
B5 Green Green Grass Of Home 2:20
B6 Come Back Home To Erin 2:34

Notes

Recorded in Ireland

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
STAL 6005, 1E 048 91275 Larry Cunningham And The Mighty Avons Larry Cunningham And The Mighty Avons - Two Sides Of Larry Cunningham ‎(LP, Album, RE) Talisman , Talisman STAL 6005, 1E 048 91275 UK Unknown
KGL 4000 Larry Cunningham And the mighty avons Larry Cunningham And the mighty avons - Two Sides Of Larry ‎(LP) King Records KGL 4000 UK Unknown
CRL 57491 Larry Cunningham And The Mighty Avons Larry Cunningham And The Mighty Avons - Two Sides Of Larry Cunningham ‎(LP, Promo) Coral CRL 57491 US Unknown
none Larry Cunningham And The Mighty Avons Larry Cunningham And The Mighty Avons - Two Sides Of Larry Cunningham ‎(LP, Album) Studio One none Jamaica 1966


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