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The Dubliners - Black Velvet Band FLAC

The Dubliners - Black Velvet Band FLAC
Performer:
The Dubliners
Album:
Black Velvet Band
Style:
Folk
Country:
Scandinavia
Label:
Sonet
Catalog:
T-7706
FLAC size:
2916 mb
MP3 size:
2009 mb
WMA size:
1910 mb


Tracklist


1Maloney Wants A Drink
2Black Velvet Band


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MM530The Dubliners Black Velvet Band ‎(7")Major MinorMM530UK1967
19 716 ATThe Dubliners Black Velvet Band ‎(7", Single)Ariola19 716 ATGermany1967
MM 530The Dubliners Black Velvet Band ‎(7", Single)Major MinorMM 530UK1967
17005Les Dubliners Black Velvet Band ‎(7", Single)Maxi17005France1967


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Текст песни: In a neat little town they call Belfast Apprentice to a trade I was bound And manys an hours sweet happiness Have I spent in this neat little Velvet Band In the Style of the Dubliners. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Dubliners is the eponymous debut live album by the Irish folk band The Dubliners. It was produced by Nathan Joseph and released by Transatlantic Records in 1964. The line-up consisted of Ronnie Drew, Barney McKenna, Luke Kelly and Ciarán Bourke. When Kelly died, the album title was changed to The Dubliners with Luke Kelly by the record company to spur sales of the reissue and underscore the magnitude of Kelly's contribution to the group. The Wild Rover - 3:13. The Ragman's Ball - 2:08. Black Velvet Band. The Dubliners. 25 Of The Best Irish Pub Songs Vol. Irish Rovers-Black Velvet Band - Marc Gunn & The Dubliners' Tabby Cats. Текст песни: In a neat little town they called Belfast Apprentice to trade I was bound And many an hour sweet happiness Have I spent in that neat little online to The Dubliners - Black Velvet Band and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. The Black Velvet Band Roud number 2146 is a traditional folk song collected from singers in Ireland, Australia, England, Canada and the United States describing how a young man is tricked and then sentenced to transportation to Australia, a common punishment in the British Empire during the 19th century. Versions were also published on broadsides. The narrator is bound apprentice in a town which varies in different versions. He becomes romantically involved with a young woman. She steals a watch. Current track: Black Velvet BandBlack Velvet Band. Well In a neat little town they call Belfast, Apprentice to trade I was bound, Many an hours sweet happiness, Have I spent in that neat little town, A sad misfortune's come