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by Tommy Makem

The Godfather of Irish Folk Music
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
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1. The Wild Colonial Boy
3:14 album only
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2. The Little Beggarman
1:52 album only
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3. Johnny I Hardly Knew You
3:55 album only
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4. Canada My Own Land
2:57 album only
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5. Gentle Annie
4:46 album only
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6. Roddy McCorley
2:53 album only
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7. The Old Orange Flute
3:22 album only
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8. Johnny McEldoo
1:53 album only
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9. The Black Velvet Band
5:30 album only
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10. The Irish Rover
2:37 album only
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11. The Rambles of Spring
2:56 album only
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12. Farewell to Carlingford
3:29 album only
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13. The Wild Rover
3:44 album only
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14. Red is the Rose
4:34 album only
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15. Tim Finnegan's Wake
2:47 album only
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16. The Moonshiner
2:48 album only
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17. The Butcher Boy
3:48 album only
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18. I'll Tell My Ma
2:17 album only
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19. Bold O'Donahue
2:02 album only
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20. Four Green Fields
5:34 album only
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Album Notes
Tommy Makem, known as the modern day Bard of Armagh, was regarded around the world as "the Godfather" of Irish music.

Armed with his banjo, tinwhistle, poetry, stagecraft and his magnificent baritone voice, Tommy mesmerized audiences for more than five decades. He died in 2007 having helped to reshape Irish music and culture throughout the latter half of the 20th century. Many of his original songs have become standards in the Irish folk world.

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