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Two For the Early Dew

Tommy Makem & Liam Clancy

Irish
Shanachie

Released: 1992
Catalogue Number: SHCD52004
Barcode: 016351520425
Running Time: 37mins

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FIRST HEARING:
If you don't know what to expect by now then might we kindly suggest you move on to another page.
The famous Clancy & Makem partnership pioneered their music all over the world, especially the USA where they became an institution and it still sounds fresh today.
Have a listen.

1) The Day of the Clipper
2) The Dawning of the Day
3) Cruiscin Lan
4) Poem: White Swans & Black - Grey October Clouds
5) Red Is the Rose
6) Bower Madden
7) The Cocky Farmer
8) Morning Glory
9) Clear Away In the Morning
10) The Newry Highwayman
11) The Parting Song
FIRST HEARING:
If you don't know what to expect by now then might we kindly suggest you move on to another page.
The famous Clancy & Makem partnership pioneered their music all over the world, especially the USA where they became an institution and it still sounds fresh today.
Have a listen.

Lineup

Tommy Makem - Vocals & Instrumentals
Liam Clancy - Vocals & Instrumentals
Allan Barty - Fiddle & Mandoline
Lucy Cowan - Fiddle, Violas & Piano
Christina Cowan - Flute
Francis Cowan - Flute
Richard Watson - Bass
Hughie Flint - Bodhran
Mike Whellans - Bodhran
Archie Fisher - Guitar
Garvin Gallagher - Bass
Brian Masterson - Bass

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