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Makem and Spain | Sessions, Vol. I

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Sessions, Vol. I

by Makem and Spain

An amazing collaboration with some of our folk heroes from the 1960's and '70s including: David Mallett, Tom Paxton, Bill Staines, Noel Paul Stookey, Roger Mcguinn, Gordon Bok, The Shaw Brothers, Jonathan Edwards, and Schooner Fare
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Roll On Columbia (feat. Dave Mallett and the Mallett Brothers)
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2. My Creole Belle (feat. Tom Paxton)
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3. Shenandoah (feat. Bill Staines)
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4. Glory Train (feat. Noel Paul Stookey)
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5. Four Strong Winds (feat. Roger Mcguinn)
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6. Go Tell Aunt Rhody
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7. Run, Come See Jerusalem (feat. Gordon Bok)
3:37 $0.99
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8. Michael Row the Boat Ashore (feat. The Shaw Brothers)
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9. Skip to My Lou
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10. Stealin' (feat. Jonathan Edwards)
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11. I Can't Help but Wonder Where I'm Bound (feat. Schooner Fare)
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12. The Ballad of the St. Anne's Reel (feat. Dave Mallett and the Mallett Brothers)
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Album Notes
Where is Irish music going? There are instrumental bands bringing it down uncharted roads, moving it forward and keeping it living. But there is only one band that is driving Irish folk songs into the 21st century internationally. That band is Makem and Spain.

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