Hamish Imlach - Sonny's Dream FLAC album
Sonny's Dream Hamish Imlach.
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Hamish Imlach - Sonny’s Dream. Side B. play soundclip for Sonny. On this album, the track Sonny is actually called Sonny’s Dream.
Sonny's Dream- Uncle Jarge.
Cover information about the songs on the release Sonny's Dream by Hamish Imlach: who covered the songs, who sang the originals.
Cod Liver Oil and the Orange Juice, 03:34. The Reprobate's Lament, 03:03. The Smokers Song, 02:26. Sonny's Dream, 04:13.
Sonny's Dream" (also known as "Sonny") is a folk song written by Newfoundlander Ron Hynes in 1976. It was first recorded by The Wonderful Grand Band on their eponymous album, but appeared re-recorded on their second album Living in a Fog in 1981. Subsequent to the songwriter Ron Hynes' death, a crowd was organized for a singalong in Bannerman Park, St. John's in remembrance and celebration of his life.
Sonny's Dream (Ron Hynes). Sonny lives on a farm on a wide open space Where you can take off your sneakers and give up the race You could lay down your head by a sweet river bed But Sonny always remembers what it was his Mama said. Sonny carries a load though he's barely a man There ain't all that to do, still he does what he can And he watches the sea from a room by the stairs And the waves keep on rollin', they've done that for years. It originally appeared on a Ron Hynes solo album (long since deleted) in the late seventies. Hamish Imlach made up some additional lyrics and added them after hearing the song (perhaps incomplete) during a tour of Canada some time in the mid-eighties. This version was then passed on to Christy Moore and then to Mary Black etc. Ron Hynes recorded another solo album "Cryer's Paradise" in 1993. Visit ww. raditionalmusic.
Profilo: Scottish Folk Singer and Entertainer, Born 1. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto Hamish Imlach.
Sonny's Dream (Birth of the New Cool) is an album by saxophonist Sonny Criss recorded in 1968 and released on the Prestige label. highly recommended for both Criss' playing and Tapscott's writing"
|Cod Liver Oil And The Orange Juice||3:30|
|The Ballad Of William Brown||2:26|
|The Reprobate's Lament||2:59|
|Kisses Sweeter Than Wine||3:31|
|The Smoker's Song||2:20|
|If It Wasn't For The Union||2:16|
|The Parcel Of Rogues||3:53|
|I Didn't Raise My Son To Be A Soldier||3:56|
|D Day Dodgers||3:16|
|Seven Men Of Knoydart||2:05|
|LIFL 7006||Hamish Imlach||Sonny's Dream (LP)||Lismor Recordings||LIFL 7006||UK||1985|
|LCOM 7006||Hamish Imlach||Sonny's Dream (CD)||Lismor Recordings||LCOM 7006||UK||1995|