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Finbar & Eddie Furey - The Collection flac mp3
Performer:
Finbar & Eddie Furey
Album:
The Collection
Style:
Irish Folk,Celtic Folk,Celtic,Traditional Celtic
Date of release:
July 1, 1992
Duration:
01:42:32
FLAC vers. size:
1954 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1870 mb
WMA vers. size:
1259 mb
Other formats
MP2 DMF ASF APE AUD XM
Rating:
4.6 ★
Votes:
770

Also included are a handful of tracks from a Finbar solo outing called Traditional Irish Pipe Music. All of these tracks are top-notch examples of late-'60s instrumental traditional Celtic folk, with a heavy emphasis on the Irish small pipes. As a litmus test for potential fans of the Fureys, one of Ireland's most beloved family bands, this compilation is without a peer, as Finbar and Eddie's pre-Fureys work merely lacks the more vocal-heavy, song-based material of their work with brothers Paul and George

Albums by Finbar & Eddie Furey. Albums T. Finbar & Eddie Furey:The Collection (1987).

Finbar and Eddie Furey played together as a duo in the '60s and 70s. In 1976, they teamed up with their two brothers and family friend to form The Fureys & Davey Arthur. 원: Eddie Furey, Finbar Furey. 형: 모두 표시 중 Finbar & Eddie Furey.

Finbar and Eddie Furey is the 1968 debut album of the Irish folk music duo The Fureys. It includes such classics as "Curragh of Kildare", "Come by the Hills", "Eamonn an Chnuic", and Shay Healy's topical song "This Town is Not Our Own", among. An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc, vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolve. arly record albums were multiple 78rpm discs packaged in book form, like a photograph album.

This is a nice 2-CD collection of early work by this Irish brother duet, who later formed the nucleus of the Fureys family band. This set draws from two albums originally on the Transatlantic label, their self-titled debut from 1968, and 1969's "The Lonesome Boatman," as well as some material from an album of solo piping music by Finbar Furey. The music is a bit stark, heavy on the uillean pipes, and a bit light on the vocals (though when Eddie Finbar sings, it's quite nice). An excellent example of the emerging Irish folk revival of the 1960s. Didn't entirely wow me,.

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Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Spanish Cloak Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:37
2 The Rakish Paddy Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:17
3 Come by the Hills W. Gordon Smith Finbar & Eddie Furey 3:59
4 The Hag with the Money Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:38
5 Sliabh Na Mban (The Mountain of the Women) Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 2:49
6 The Young Girl Milking the Cow Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 3:14
7 Tattered Jack Welch Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:38
8 The Flowers in the Valley Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 4:34
9 Pigeon on the Gate Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:17
10 Graham's Flat Finbar & Eddie Furey Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:02
11 Fin's Favorite Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:14
12 Piper in the Meadow Straying Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:53
13 Eamonn an Chnuic (Ned of the Hills) Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 3:46
14 O'Rourke's Reel Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:02
15 Rocking the Baby Finbar & Eddie Furey Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:44
16 Peter Byrne's Fancy Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:11
17 Dainty Davy Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 3:13
18 Bill Hart's Favourite Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:26
19 Dance Around the Spinning Wheel Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 4:26

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Fox Chase Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 7:10
2 McShane Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 4:19
3 The Bonny Bunch of Roses Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:51
4 Colonel Fraser Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 2:44
5 Eddie's Fancy Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:44
6 The Lonesome Boatman Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 3:15
7 Carron Lough Bay Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 2:30
8 The Silver Spear Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:42
9 Bogy's Bonny Belle Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 3:29
10 Roy's Hands Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 3:01
11 The Curragh of Kidare Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 4:49
12 Madam Bonaparte Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 3:17
13 Let Me Go to the Mountains Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 3:54
14 Leezy Lindsay Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 3:52
15 Castle Terrace Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 2:16
16 This Town Is Not Your Own Finbar & Eddie Furey 3:55
17 The Prickly Bush Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 3:55
18 Planxty Davy Traditional Finbar & Eddie Furey 1:49

Credits

Laurence Aston - Liner Notes
Eddie Furey - Arranger
Finbar Furey - Arranger
Finbar & Eddie Furey - Composer, Pipe, Primary Artist
Brian Shuel - Photography
W. Gordon Smith - Composer
Becky Stewart - Design
Traditional - Composer