Frank Harte, Donal Lunny - There's Gangs Of Them Digging: Songs Of Irish Labour FLAC album
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Frank Harte (1933 - 2005). Irish duo singing traditional songs. There's Gangs of Them Digging: Songs of Irish Labour. Claddagh Independent. Donal Lunny not mentioned on the front cover).
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Find the song lyrics for Frank Harte - Top Tracks. Frank Harte & Donal Lunny. Top Songs By Frank Harte. 1. Song: The Lambeg Drummer (Live). 108. 2. Tunnel Tigers. 46. 3. Thousands Are Sailing To America. 30. 4. My Son Tim. 32. 5. Building Up And Tearing England Down. 27. 6. Sweet Erin The Green. 22. 7. No Irish Need Apply. 18. 8. The Women Are Worse Than The Men.
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Frank Harte's family ran a typical Irish pub close to the banks of the Liffey river, and the young boy's introduction to Irish singing was hearing a wandering balladeer who was selling song sheets at a fair in Boyle. From this early inspiration, Harte became a great promoter of the Dublin street ballad. His importance on the Irish music scene cannot be denied, except perhaps amongst the ranks of Irish instrumentalists, who might approve of Harte's preference for these ballads to be performed unaccompanied. His own singing is certainly up to this challenge. Harte's reputation, however, has also been built on his activities as a collector of songs and the tales behind the songs as well. He has put together a larder of nearly 16,000 recordings, a task that was only accomplished due to his early start as a song hunter.
|4||Paddy On The Canal||4:17|
|5||When The Breakers Go Back On Full Time||2:45|
|7||Boys Of Ballinamore||6:35|
|8||Reap & Mow The Hay||4:55|
|9||Do Me Justice||3:47|
|12||Just A Note||2:20|
|13||Building Up & Tearing England Down||4:14|
|19||Murphy Can Never Go Home||3:15|