Irish music

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 04, 2013 6:41 pm
a few favs of different sorts...

for fav Dubliners song

a nice traditional from the High Kings, will ye go Lassie

nice electric irish instramental...from a death metal band of all things...wait for the first 15 sec to get the good stuff

and to finish off, probably my fav Irish band...the Pogues
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2013 1:26 pm

Watched that You Tube...very good. I noticed that down the right hand side of the web page was listed some of my very favourites. If it's about the Irish struggle for independence over the past thousand years, I like it.

I've got a few hundred stored on my PC and I buy CDs from the Sinn Fein Shop on-line.

That's two, maybe three points in common. Good Stuff!][/color]

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