Christy Moore - The Knock Song FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: The Knock Song
FLAC version ZIP size: 1380 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1290 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1612 mb
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Where I Come From is a 3 disc album by Irish folk singer Christy Moore, released in 2013 by Columbia Records. The album features a number of new compositions as well as re-recordings of past songs. The Irish Times found the album "a statement of continued intent as well as a towering achievement" that provided a successful overview of Moore's work for both new and long-time listeners
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The Time Has Come (Christy Moore album). The Time Has Come is an Irish folk music album by Christy Moore. The album also features instrumental work by Irish musician Dónal Lunny. The Knock Song" (Christy Moore). Faithful Departed" (Philip Chevron). Nancy Spain" (Barney Rush). Lanigans Ball" (Christy Moore). All I Remember" (Mick Hanly). Lakes of Pontchartrain" (Christy Moore). Don't Forget Your Shovel" (Christie Hennessy). The Wicklow Boy" (Christy Moore).
Listen is an album by Irish folk singer Christy Moore, released in Ireland on 17 April 2009 by Columbia Records. Recorded with long-time accompanist Declan Sinnott, it is his first studio album since 2005's Burning Times. The album debuted at number one on the Irish Albums Chart. Listen" (Hank Wendell) – 2:48. Does This Train Stop on Merseyside?" (Ian Prowse) – 3:32. Shine On You Crazy Diamond" (David Gilmour, Richard Wright, Roger Waters) – 5:07. The Ballad of Ruby Walsh" (Christy Moore) – 3:39.
Released by Warner Music Group Sep 1991. "source":4,"source id":"55401","object type":4,"id":"55401","title":"Christy Moore","status":0}. Listen to Christy Moore The Knock Song MP3 song. The Knock Song song from the album The Christy Moore Collection is released on Sep 1991. The duration of song is 03:29. This song is sung by Christy Moore.
Artist: Christy MooreAlbum: The Time Has ComeYear: 1983At the early age of thirty-eight Me mother said 'Go West!''Get up, ' says she. 'and get a job'. Says I, 'I'll do my best'I pulled on me Wellingtons to march to KiltimaghBut I took a wrong turn in Charlestown and ended up in KnockOh once this quiet crossroads was a place of gentle prayerWhere Catholics got indulgent once or twice a year. conscience you could get it off your chest
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