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For the Boys

by Richpatrick

A collection of contemporary and traditional Celtic songs.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. When the Boys Come Rolling Home
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2. Lorelei
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3. Shores of Newfoundland
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4. Jock Stewart
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5. Get up Old Woman / Hag at the Churn
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6. Galway Ghost
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7. At It Again
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8. Body of an American / Streams of Whiskey
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9. Fiddler's Green
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10. A Pair of Brown Eyes
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11. Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore
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12. Peggy Gordon
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13. The Broad Majestic Shannon
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14. And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda
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Album Notes
This album contains songs about immigration, adventure, sacrifice, and service to country. It celebrates the undying spirit of those who struggled along the way. It contains the haunting story of the Galway Ghost, a man on the run from his past, and tragic stories of the unspeakable horrors of war, namely World War I and the Battle at Gallipoli, as described in A Pair of Brown Eyes and The Band Played Waltzing Matilda. But it also has the whimsical tales of Geordie, a man who lives his life on his own terns, much to the dismay of those around him in At It Again, and the unfortunate story of a man who chases the lovely Peggy Gordon, only to be shut down at every turn.

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