Clover's Revenge | Gotta Get O'Raggednized

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Gotta Get O'Raggednized

by Clover's Revenge

Clover's Revenge plays music called Irish Speed Folk which is Irish music with a punk rock soul performed on acoustic instruments.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Will We Ever Make It Home
2:33 $1.25
2. Little Beggar Man
2:46 $1.25
3. The Irish Rover
3:25 $1.25
4. Banish Misfortune
2:35 $1.25
5. Waxie's Dargle
3:43 $1.25
6. No Irish Need Apply
3:00 $1.25
7. Raggle Taggle Gypsy
3:58 $1.25
8. Wild Mountain Thyme
4:40 $1.25
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Gotta Get O'Raggednized is the debut full-length project from Clover's Revenge, a band that plays what they call "Irish Speed Folk". The songs and tunes are a mix of traditional and contemporary Irish music driven by the pounding punk back beat of Beau Wilberding's cajon. John Barron's mandolin carves out the melodies with a tip of the hat to The Pogues and Flogging Molly, while the guitar showmanship of Dr. Zachary Johnson is nothing short of extraordinary.

The selections include many favorite pub songs such as The Irish Rover and Waxie's Dargle played in band's infectious style. Their performances lead to "pubification", the transformation of any gathering into a pub. There are also selections that show off the band's musicality such as Banish Misfortune and Wild Mountain Thyme.

John Barron composed Will We Ever Make It Home and No Irish Need Apply. The first song is an exploration the restlessness the Irish immigrant population feels being away from home and how it continues even after generations. No Irish Need Apply is a reminder to the descendants of Irish immigrants that today's immigrants are not much different than their ancestors were when they came to our shores and met with bigotry and hatred.



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