Phil Callery - Landscape of the Past album download
Phil Callery has taken a break from his work with the Voice Squad to release a solo album. It's an impressive collection chosen from what must be a vast repertoire. His well of inspiration is deep as his career spans decades, from his early days in the Dublin Folk Clubs scene of the late sixties to the "Singers Club" he established in Dublin in 1970. The establishment of the "Singers Club" was an immediate success, based as it was on Ewan MacColl's "Listeners Club" in London. Phil has captured 1,000 nights from the landscape of my own past on the album. From my father's songs in the west of Ireland to songs of emigration in London in the 1980's. From late night lock In's in McGovern's in Kilburn to house parties all over that great city. Make it your Summer resolution to learn at least two tracks for those cold Autumn nights.
Track 14 From Phil Callery Album Landscape of the Past. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.
Artist: Phil Callery. Album: Landscape of the Past. Landscape of the Past: Best 2 songs. Phil Callery - The New York Trader 03:47. Phil Callery - Daisies White 02:21. Phil Callery: best 2 tracks. Phil Callery - The New York Trader Landscape of the Past, 2012 03:47. Phil Callery - Daisies White Landscape of the Past, 2012 02:21. Artist: Phil Callery.
Landscape of the Past. Phil Callery - Down By the Glenside (the Bold Fenian Men) 03:50. Phil Callery - The Green Fields of Canada 05:22. Phil Callery - Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye 04:53. Phil Callery - Lough Erne Shore 03:33. Phil handles this perfectly, and it makes an excellent start to the record. Next comes The New York Trader, a song of supernatural goings-on on shipboard, with the murderous Captain being thrown overboard by his crew to save the storm-tossed ship. This is a song which seems to have been better-known in these islands than in its native North America, perhaps because of a large number of broadside printings. I think Phil handles this a little less well, seeming to concentrate more upon the lively tune than the dark text
Phil Callery, Category: Artist, Albums: Landscape of the Past, Top Tracks: Daisies White, The Green Fields of Canada, Down By the Glenside (the Bold Fenian Men), Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye, The New York Trader, Monthly Listeners: 9, Where People Listen: Amsterdam, Wood Green, London, Derby, Carrickfergus. This browser doesn't support this site Web Player. Switch browsers or download this site for your desktop.
Phil Callery sang in the Dublin folk clubs of the late sixties and went on to found the first 'Singers Club' in Dublin in 1970. The 'Singers Club' provided a platform in the early seventies for such names as Dolores Keane, Triona and Maighread Ni Dhomhnaill, Mary Black, Christy Moore, Luka Bloom, Paul Brady and many more. The 'Singers Club' was a forerunner to An Goilin traditional singers club. Phil has guested on several albums to date including Sinéad O'Connor, Christy Hennessey, Jimmy McCarthy and others.
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