A1. –The McPeake Family. A2. A Bucket Of The Mountain Dew. A3. –Kathleen McPeake. A4. A5. A6. The Lament Of Aughrim. A7. Carraig Dun. B1. B2.
The McPeake Family on McPeake Family of Belfast (1961). Judy Collins on A Maid of Constant Sorrow (1961). The Clancy Brothers (as "Will Ye Go, Lassie, Go?") on The Boys Won't Leave the Girls Alone (1962), Live on St. Patrick's Day (1973), and Reunion (1984), and the video/DVD Farewell to Ireland (1996). James Taylor, on the album Before This World (2015). The Bombadils, on the album New Shoes (2016, Borealis Records). Michael Head and the Red Elastic Band, on the album "Adiós Señor Puddtytat" (2017, Violette). Angelo Kelly & Family, on the album "Irish Heart" (2018). a b Ferguson, Jim (2011).
The McPeake Family, The Chieftains and The Clancy Brothers. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Artist: The McPeake Family. Album: Wild Mountain Thyme, Traditional Irish Folk Songs. The McPeake Family - The Verdant Braes Of Skreen 03:37. Joe Heaney, The McPeake Family - I Know My Love 03:12. Album: Wild Mountain Thyme. The McPeake Family: best 2 tracks. The McPeake Family - The Verdant Braes Of Skreen Wild Mountain Thyme, 1963 03:37. The McPeake Family - Eileen Aroon Traditional Irish Folk Songs, 2014 02:27. Artist: The McPeake Family.
The McPeake Family is one of Ireland's great musical clans. More than three and a half decades since siblings Frank III, Francis, James, and Udel first brought their energetic interpretations of traditional folk songs to the public stage, the McPeake Family continues to spread the music of their homeland. The sole remaining founding member, Frank III, recorded an album, Back to the Source, under the band's name, in 1998.
the mcpeake family, dominic behan . from erin's green shore - topic sampler no 4. Topic Records - UK - TPS 168 - -. x.
|A1||Brennan On The Moor|
|A4||The Winding Banks Of Erne|
|A5||Belfast Street Songs|
|A6||Out In The Ocean|
|A7||The Next Market Day|
|A8||Dumb, Dumb, Dumb|
|B1||Banks Of The Roses|
|B5||On The Banks Of The OBD|
|B6||Lament Of Owen Roe|
|B7||Jute Mill Song|
|B8||Ducks Of Megherlin|
NotesSongs & Dances of the traditional Irish Ceilidhe (Hootenanny) with Irish harp and elbow pipes.
|MGF 27536||The McPeake Family||Introducing The McPeake Family (LP, Album, Mono, Promo)||Fontana||MGF 27536||US||1965|