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Young Love

Anne Brennan

Irish
Anne Brennan

Released: 1st May 2011
Catalogue Number: AB001
Barcode: 5391519680377
Running Time: 33mins.

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Folk song with a strong international tinge and a voice that matches perfectly.
From Pete Seger, Hank Williams and through to John Lennon, the voice cruises through on top of a quality supporting cast of players.
This one deserves your attention.
So have a listen.

1) The Lifeboat Mona
2) Shutters & Boards
3) You're Still the Only One
4) Can't Get You Out Of My Mind
5) Young Love
6) The Contender
7) Do Right Woman, Do Right Man
8) Did You Lose It?
9) You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
10) For No Reason At All
Folk song with a strong international tinge and a voice that matches perfectly.
From Pete Seger, Hank Williams and through to John Lennon, the voice cruises through on top of a quality supporting cast of players.
This one deserves your attention.
So have a listen.

Lineup

Anne Brennan - Vocals
Donogh Hennessy - Guitars, Banjo, Mandolin & Bass
Willie Brennan - Accordion
Monica Brennan - B/Vocals
Winnie Horan - Strings
Sharon Shannon - Accordion
Paul Brady - Guitar, Piano, Organ & B/vocals
Tim Edey - Guitars
Trevor Hutchinson - Bass
Tom Canning - Percussion
Pauline Scanlon - B/vocals

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