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Antoni OBreskey* Featuring Ronnie Drew - The Irish Journey (CD)

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Download Antoni OBreskey* Featuring Ronnie Drew - The Irish Journey (CD)
2002
Label: OMusic Records - none • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Ireland • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Celtic


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  1. Voodoogal

    06.09.2019 17:33

    sel-titled album, Ronnie Drew, the Dubliners, Discography, It's the Dubliners Ronnie Drew travels here from Dollymount Strand to Van Diemen's Land and with an almost comparable sweep from the old time beggarman happy on the Irish roads to the Old Triangle by the prison on the banks of the Royal Canal. He sings of the Irish Rover, that.
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  2. JoJokazahn

    30.08.2019 18:38

    A founding member of the Dubliners, Ronnie Drew served as lead vocalist and guitar player during two stints with the traditional Irish band ( to , and to ). Since leaving the group to resume a solo career, Drew has continued to garner acclaim for his gutsy delivery and raw-edged vocals that have been described as "the sound of coke being crushed under a door." Drew has been.
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  3. Vitilar

    02.09.2019 22:47

    Ronnie Drew ( - ) was an Irish singer and folk musician, born in Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin, on 16 September He founded the Ronnie Drew Group, later to be known as The Dubliners with Luke Kelly, Barney McKenna and Ciaran Bourke in He was a member of the Dubliners from to and from to
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  4. Gunris

    29.08.2019 12:14

    Antoni O' Breskey. Dublin, Ireland. “O’Breskey’s musical crossovers have an ethical imperative. He seeks to mesh the majority with the minority, the present with the past, and the vocal with the silenced, so as to “deflate the ethnocentrism of classical Western music.” For this musician, musical cultures are not defined by borders, but by historical roots that reach deeply across all.
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  5. Tekazahn

    06.09.2019 03:27

    This name refers to the journey of the Irish emigrants to America and the meeting with the African people which, pursuant to O’Breskey’s belief, gave birth to jazz. In fact among the many original titles of his albums we find ‘Irish Meet The Blues’ (his first solo album), ‘When Jazz was an Irish Baby’, ‘On the Irish Side of Blues.
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  6. Dat

    05.09.2019 06:04

    Ronnie Drew was born in Dún Laoghaire, County Dublin in Although he was so intimately associated with being "a Dubliner", he would sometimes say, "I was born and grew up in Dún Laoghaire, and no true Dubliner would accept that at all!", a quip that Andy Irvine relayed in his song "O'Donoghue's". Drew was educated at CBS Eblana and used to "mitch" and cycle up to .
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  7. Akinojora

    05.09.2019 18:11

    CD; Irish Journey: — Antoni O'Breskey (Antonio Breschi) Song For Carla: - LE CD — Antoni O'Breskey (Antonio Breschi) My Irish Portrait: - O'Music CD — Antoni O'Breskey (Antonio Breschi) Touche pas la blanche Hermine: — Gilles Servat (3 related releases) Touche pas la blanche Hermine: - Sony SAN CD.
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  8. Mugrel

    31.08.2019 23:02

    Sep 10,  · At 68 years of age, O’Breskey (Breschi) is still working on a legacy—not just for himself, but also for one of his dearest friends, Ronnie Drew. Ten years after Drew’s death, O’Breskey has released an album entitled “From Dublin to Bilbao,” including previously unpublished tracks by the Dubliners singer—a testament to the musical.
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