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Margaret Barry Queen of the Gypsies - Come Back Paddy Reilly

Margaret Barry

Irish
Emerald.

Released: 16th November 2008
Catalogue Number: EMCD8004
Barcode: 5016235800426
Running Time: 37mins.

CD£10.75 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.

You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


A very well-known 'street singer' in her day, Margaret was obviously one who enjoyed all songs and not just those of the travelling community.
She is predominantly accompanied here with her banjo and some fiddle.
Certainly a big voiced performance.
These are original recordings, digitally remastered.

1) Come Back Paddy Reilly.
2) She Moved Through the Fair.
3) The Cottage With the Horseshoe.
4) Down By the Broom/Pigeon on the Gate
5) Her Mantle So Green.
6) The Leprechaun.
7) If You Ever Go O'er to Ireland.
8) The Blarney Stone.
9) The Boys of the Town/The Killeshandra Lasses.
10) The Half Door.
11) Lovely Derry on The Banks of the Foyle
A very well-known 'street singer' in her day, Margaret was obviously one who enjoyed all songs and not just those of the travelling community.
She is predominantly accompanied here with her banjo and some fiddle.
Certainly a big voiced performance.
These are original recordings, digitally remastered.

Lineup

Margaret Barry - Vocals & Banjo.
No other listing given.

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