Eddie Butcher - Adam In Paradise FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Adam In Paradise
FLAC version ZIP size: 1256 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1690 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1778 mb
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Eddie Money is the self-titled debut album by American musician Eddie Money, recorded in the summer months and originally released in late 1977 on manager Bill Graham's Wolfgang label, distributed by Columbia Records. The album was certified double platinum in 1989. The album was a studio rendering of Money's live show at the time. Featuring almost entirely original compositions that the band had written and honed during their live performances in Bay Area venues.
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Listen to music from Eddie Butcher like David's Flowery Vale, Killyclare & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Eddie Butcher. Album/Single Performer Year Variant Notes; The Voice of the People volume 6: Eddie Butcher: 1955: Another Man's Wedding: Eddie Butcher sings it as "Another. Adam in paradise, four traditional songs on courtship sung by Eddie Butcher, Magilligan, co. Derry, recorded & ed. by Hugh Shields, 1982, C13. (First released.
Creator: Eddie Butcher. Location: Avondale Studios, Dublin. Subject: Ireland: Singing in English. Collection: Hugh Shields Collection. Fill your glasses to the brim Toast about the Jorumbo That every lad may get the lass That he loves in his bosom.
|A1||The Inniskilling Dragoon||3:17|
|A2||I Long For To Get Married||1:06|
|A3||Adam In Paradise||1:42|
|B1||The Cocks Are Crowing||6:38|
- Edited By – Hugh Shields
- Vocals – Eddie Butcher
Notes"This casette is a re-issue of an EP disc published by the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum in 1969, from recordings made at Avondale Studio, Dublin, in 1966."
"European Ethnic Oral Traditions, Language and Communication Centre, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland"
|none||Eddie Butcher||Adam In Paradise (7", EP)||Ulster Folk & Transport Museum||none||Ireland||1966|