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Thread #53042   Message #835435
Posted By: Wolfgang
26-Nov-02 - 10:27 AM
Thread Name: Anne Byrne: What does she now?
Subject: RE: Anne Byrne: What does she now?
That reminds me I always wanted to post a song-o-graphy for Anne Byrne that is a discography with the titles not sung by her (sung by her varying partners or instrumentals) left out (I'm sure I have made some mistakes here not having listened again). Here it is. Part of it I only have on tape with no information except the titles.

Anne Byrne sings:

on the LP titled 'I choose the green' (co-artist: Paddy Roche):
Pal O' mine
Come by the hills
Mary Hamilton
Hold on to me, babe
Plaisir d'amour
Fiona and Shane
I'm bound for the mountains and the sea

on the second LP (title?) (with Jessie Owens):
Oh, sail away
All my trials
Bold Irish boy
It's all over now, baby blue
Come o'er the water
Buachaill on eirre
Four strong winds

on the LP 'Come by the hills' HALP127:
Crooked Jack
Dublin's fair City
House carpenter
Willie O'Winsbury
Captain Kidd
D'Arcy Farrow
An Suantri
Pretty Saro
Swallow, swallow
Constantly changing
Come by the hills
My father

on the LP 'From Bunclody to Avondale' HPE 651:
Bunclody
D'Arcy Farrow
Wind that shakes the barley
Buchaillin Donn
Lady Gregory
Come by the hills
My father
Lord of the dance
Lilly of the west
Avondale

on my tape from a radio broadcast of a life concert in Frankfurt in 1969 (with Paddy Roche):
Bonny Prince Charlie
Crooked Jack
Last thing on my mind
Croppy boy
It's all over now, baby blue
Foggy dew (the 1916 song)
Bold Irish boy
Whiskey in the jar (finale with, among others, J. McEvoy)

A double CD with her best songs (or even all songs) should sell I'd say.

Wolfgang