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Subject: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: Thompson
Date: 12 Nov 09 - 02:31 PM

Does anyone have a copy of this record? Not sure of the exact title, but it's something like Songs of Revolution and Revolt, or Songs of Revolt, or Songs of Revolution; the singer is Dominic Behan, and the Sean Treacy song that starts "Give me a Parabellum..." is one of the tracks.

It was a Topic Records production, by the way.


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: Effsee
Date: 12 Nov 09 - 03:42 PM

I'm looking at a LP at the moment by Dominic Behan, titled "Rebellion", NPL 18139, Pye Records Ltd., 1966.
Is this the one you're asking about?It has a reproduction of the Proclamation on the rear cover and a photo/painting of the inside of the GPO on the front.


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: Thomas Stern
Date: 12 Nov 09 - 04:45 PM

I would be grateful for information
missing from the following list of Dominic Behan's recordings.
Song titles, track, dates, albums missing from the list,
tracks in collections, ETC.
THANKS! Thomas.

DOMINIC BEHAN RECORDINGS


RLP 12-820 Easter Monday, 1916 Songs of the I.R.A.(Irish Republican Army) 1957
Behan, Dominic


JEI 1       Dominic Behan       Finnegan's Wake                1959


JEI 2       Dominic Behan       McCafferty                      1959
Dominic Behan with Robin Hall, guitar
Recorded London 5.11.58
Supervised: Colin Pomroy
Engineer bernard Mattimore
Notes by Dominic Behan
A1 Dicey Riley (solo)
A2 Kevin Lass
A3 McCafferty
B1 Bucket of Mountain Dew
B2 Van Diemen's Land
B3 Wearing of the Green


JEI 3       Dominic Behan       Songs of the Street             1959
recorded London, November 5th 1958
session supervised by Colin Pomroy
engineer bernard Mattimore
notes by Dominick Behan
acc.Robin Hall(g)*
A1 Limerick Rake *
A2 The Boston Burglar *
B1 Get Me Down My Petticoat *
B2 Charlady's Ball
B3 Rocks of Baun


JEI 4       Dominic Behan       Mrs Hooligan's Christmas Cake   1959
recorded London, November 5th 1958
design Colin Pomroy
notes Dominic Behan
acc.Robin Hall, guitar
A1 Baucaillin Donn
A2 Brian O'Linn
B1 The Ballad of Perse O'Reilly
B2 Botheration
B3 Mrs Holligan's Xmas Cake


JEI1502
Dominic Behan With Robin Hall         Mccafferty         7"         



Folk-Lyric Records FL 113      12"-LP
FINNEGANS WAKE and other Irish Folksongs
Sung by DOMINIC BEHAN
Accompanied by Robin Hall, guitar
Recorded by Selection Records Ltd., 1958
Produced by Harry Oster and Kenneth S. Goldstein
notes on record jacket, continued on mimeo booklet insert by Dominic Behan

A1 Finnegan's Wake
A2 Still Growing, unaccompanied
A3 Master McGrath
A4 Mrs. McGrath
A5 Dicey Riley
A6 Kelvin Lass
A7 McCafferty
A8 Bucket of Mountain Dew
A9 Van Dieman's Land
A10 The Wearing of the Green
B1 The Limerick Rake
B2 Boston Burglar
B3 Hand Me Down My Petticoat
B4 The Charladies' Ball
B5 The Rocks of Bawn
B6 Ruacaillin Dunn
B7 Brian O"Lynn
B8 The Ballad of Perse O'Reilly
B9 Botheration
B10 Mrs. Hooligan's Christmas Cake







Folkways FW 8501 The Singing Streets      1958
Childhood Memories of Scotland and Ireland
Ewan MacColl, Dominic Behan

Topic 12T41 Streets of Song             p1959
Dominic Behan and Ewan MacColl
Topic Records Ltd. 17 Bishops Bridge Rd, London W.2
232-1
Introduction and Oaths
Singing Games and Ring Games
Skipping Rope, Ball Bouncing and counting Rhymes
232-2
Chants, Jeers and Election Ditties
Seasonal Songs and Chants
Rhymes and Taunts
The Day's End



Topic 12T 35                      12"-LP    first published 1960
Down by the Liffeyside
DOMINIC BEHAN
Accompanied by Peggy Seeger (guitar and banjo)
Leon Rosselson (guitar)and Ralph Rinzler (Mandoline and banjo)
Recorded London 1959 by Bill Leader
notes by Dominic Behan

A1 Got Me Down Me Filling Knife
A2 The Saint
A3 Down By The Liffeyside
A4 Rossa's Farewell To Dublin
A5 Waxies Daragle
A6 Red Roses For Me
A7 Thank You, Mam Said Dan
A8 John Mitchel
A9 The Finding of Moses
A10 Master McGrath
B1 Dicey Riley
B2 Finnegan's Wake
B3 The Women Are Worse Than The Men
B4 Easy and Slow
B5 The Spanish Lady
B6 THe Twang Man
B7 Bold Robert Emmett
B8 Biddy Mulligan


Topic STOP 115            45rpm   1960 picture sleeve
DOMINIC BEHAN
Patriot Game
Erin Go Brath


Topic TOP 101               EP
Dominic Behan         Dominic Takes The Floor         EP
???????


Topic 12T 44            first published 1960 (on record label)
Easter Week and After
Dominic Behan
Accompanied by John Hasted on guitar, banjo and accordion
Recorded by Bill Leader 1958
Notes by Paddy Tunjney 1965
First issued by Topic 1958

A1 Erin Go Brath
A2 It's a Grand Old Country
A3 The Recruiting Sergeant
A4 Slean Libh
A5 Sergeant William Bailey
B6 Barry's Column
B7 Roscarbery
B8 The Boys of the County Cork

B1 Johnston's Motor Car
B2 Sean Tracy
B3 Take it Down from the Mast
B4 The Castle of Drumboe
B5 The Merry Ploughboy
B6 The Oul' Alarm Clock
B7 Sean South
B8 The Patriot Game



Folklore F-LEUT-2
THE IRISH ROVER
Dominic Behan
Accompanied by Steve Benbow guitar
Recorded at The Marquis of Granby 11/8/60 (Nov 8 1960)
recording supervision and production: Doug Dobell
recording: John R.T.Davies
song notes on jacket
About The Singer, John Pilgrim

A1 The IRish Rover
A2 The Labour Exchange
A3 The Grand Canal
A4 Turpin Hero
A5 The Ass, The King, and Me
A6 On the Deck of Patrick Lynch's Boat
A7 William Brown
A8 Macaldine's Fusiliers
A9 Paddy Works on the Railway
A10 The Spanish Lady
B1 Coulther's Candy
B2 Johnny Ramensky
B3 Mambo
B4 Manchester Hikees
B5 The Patriot Game
B6 The Kelvin Lass
B7 Farewell To Sicily
B8 THe Kerry Boat Song


Folklore F-LEUT4
Cosmopolitan Man
Dominic Behan         
Accompanied by Johnny Scott (Flute, Clarinet, and Bass Flute); Stephen George (Guitar)
liner notes: John Pilgrim
recording: Johnny Wadley
recording supervision and production: Doug Dobell
Recorded London, 18th JULY, 1962
A1 Fine Girl You Are
A2 Billy Graham
A3 Lillebulero
A4 The Fairy Was Laughing Too
A5 A Mormon In Reverse
A6 The Banks of the Roses
A7 An Old Man Came A' Courting Me
A8 The Tambourine Song
A9 Nell FLaherty's Drake
B1 The Spermwhale Fisheries
B2 I'll Sell My Rock
B3 Molly Malone
B4 Hold Me Bears
B5 Govan Billiard Hall Song
B6 Cosmopolitan Man
B7 Biddy Mulligan
B8 Rosin Bubh




PYE NPL 18135 IRELAND SINGS-DOMINIC BEHAN         (c)1965
Produced by Len Black
Musical direction: Steve Benbow
notes: Dominic behan
A1 Not A Star From The Flag Shall Fade
A2 The Sodding
A3 Sit Yeh Down and I'll Treat Yeh Decent
A4 Fineen The Rover
A5 How Ceasar was Driven from Ireland
A6 Dicey Riley
A7 Kerry Boatman
B1 Trust in Drink
B2 Love of My Heart
B3 My Redheaded Mot from Ringsend
B4 Brown and Yellow Ale
B5 The Sea Around Us
B6 Irish Famine
B7 Patriot Game


PICCADILLY 7N.35172   UK 1964 7"
HICKORY 45-1263       US 1965 7"
Dominic Behan         Liverpool Lou / Love Is Where You Find It

4 track       piccadilly       nep    34040      1965



PYE NPL 18139             LP 1966
Rebellion



MAJOR MINOR RECORDS MMLP6/SMLP6             1967
Dominic Behan   (CND/Rebellion/????)
Side One
The leaving of Liverpool/ Shoals of Herring / Oh Father Dear i'm over here/May we also have ten / The Old Triangle/ Biddy Milligan/

Side Two
Irene / Wild Rover / Brian O'Linn / From the Rifles of The I.R.A/ The Nightingale / McAlpines Men



Lismor LILP 5022    LP             1975
A BETTER CLASS OF FOLK
FROM TELEVISION'S LONG RUNNING FOLK SERIES
Featuring: Dominic Behan • Mike Whellans • Iain MacKintosh • Billy Davidson • Allan Barty

Side One
1. Ensemble: If You Want To See The General (Trad. Arr.      Mackintosh/Whellans/Davidson/Barty)
2. Billy Davidson: Shores Of Sutherland (Jim MacLean)
3. Mike Whellans: The Wars O' Germany (Trad. Arr. Whellans)
4. Allan Barty: Aunque Me Des (Trad. Arr. Barty)
5. Iain Mackintosh: The Glasgow I Used To Know (Jim Maclean)
6. Dominic Behan: Liverpool Lou (Behan)

Side Two
1. Billy Davidson: The Scottish Sabbath (Jim Maclean)
2. Mike Whellans: Ballad Of Sam Stone (J. Prine)
3. Allan Barty: Sunshine Hornpipe/Humours Of Glendart (Trad. Arr. Barty)
4. Iain Mackintosh: Ballad Of Joe Hill (Woody Guthrie)
5. Dominic Behan: Spanish Lady (Trad./Behan)
6. Ensemble: The Good Ship Reuben James (Woody Guthrie)






CD (February 20, 2001)
Original Release Date: January 23, 2001
Number of Discs: 1
Label: St. Clair Records
Track Listings
1. Maggie May - Quittenton, Martin
2. Shoeshine Boy - Rafferty, Gerry
3. Bruton Town - Traditional
4. William Taplin - Giltrap, Gordon
5. Byker Hill - Traditional
6. The Wild Rover - Traditional
7. Two Recruting Sergeants
8. All in a Dream - Tilston, Steve
9. The Hermit - Renbourn, John
10. Kemp's Jig - Traditional
11. Scarborough Fair - Traditional
12. Close Your Eyes - Connolly, Billy
13. Round Cape Horn
14. Up to Now - Dransfield
15. Medley: Ginger Bread Man/Over the Hills
16. McAlpine's Fusiliers - Behan, Brendan    <-----------------
17. The Ungodly - Bell, Dave
18. After the Dance - Jansch, Bert
19. The Long Way Round - Rafferty, Gerry
20. Willoughby's Farm - McTell, Ralph


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: theballadeer
Date: 12 Nov 09 - 05:06 PM

Here is a link to the Dominic Behan discography at my website - theballadeers.com.

Nick


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: Jim McLean
Date: 13 Nov 09 - 04:43 AM

Thomas Stern, I hope these aren't duplicates but I didn't see them on your list:

Peelers and Prisoners; Top 85
Side 1: The Old Triangle, The Smashing of the Vam
Side 2: The Peelers and the Goat, The Mountjoy Hotel

Decca 45-F 11147
Side 1: The Captains and the Kings
Side 2: The Bells of Hell

Nevis LP NEVR007
Various artists and titles but Dominic sings: Connolly was There on side 1.

Piccadilly NEP 34040
Side 1: Liverpool Lou, Summer is A Coming (sic)
Side 2:Love is Teasing, Master McGrath


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: Thomas Stern
Date: 13 Nov 09 - 11:53 AM

Nick,
Lovely discography! Thanks!

Jim,
Thank you for the information!

Cheers, Thomas.


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: Thompson
Date: 13 Nov 09 - 01:06 PM

Easter Week and After seems to be the one - thank you very much, Thomas Stern.

A friend has kindly given me a cassette tape of this, adding some songs by Brendan Behan and Frank Harte; now I'm trying to find some technically superb person who can copy the cassette to CD.


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: GUEST,Hugh Millar
Date: 30 Jan 10 - 07:27 AM

I'd love to have the recording, or even the lyric, of Dominic Behan's 'Kelvin Lass', which I remember dimly from the 1960's. Anybody help?

hmillar@lern.co.uk


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Subject: ADDL Kelvin Lass (Dominic Behan)
From: Jim McLean
Date: 30 Jan 10 - 11:08 AM

hmillar, here are the lyrics to Kelvin Lass by Dominic. The tune is Cailin Deas, or rather a variation on it as adapted by Dominic.

KELVIN LASS
(Dominic Behan)

There's a girl that I love
With dark brown curls,
And eyes of the blue green sea,
From her sparkling teeth to her tiny feet,
She's the only lass for me.
When I fold my arms around her magic charms,
And feel her pulse beat fast,
Then I always know where're I go,
I will take my Kelvin Lass.

Many times did I rove throught Kelvon Grove,
When the sweetest flowers had sprung,
But none more rare than my lass so fair,
Was ever there among.
No rose could vie beneath the sky
To be mirrored in the glass,
Where walked my girl, my radiant pearl,
My lovely kelvin Lass.

Could she walk as my bride by Kelvin's side,
And together hand in hand
Share with me the world to be
I would see a fairy land.
Never more to pine for that heart so fine,
'Twould be dreaming come to pass,
In my breast I vow to love as now,
Forever my Kelvin Lass.

I can read but not write ABC notation but if you like I can send you a scan of the music.


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: GUEST,Hugh Millar
Date: 30 Jan 10 - 12:07 PM

Thanks, Jim. That's great!

Hugh


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: GUEST
Date: 05 Dec 10 - 08:21 PM

I uploaded all of the easter week and after album to youtube, you can find them on my page here:

http://www.youtube.com/user/dprkspacemarine


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: GUEST
Date: 22 Mar 11 - 01:55 AM

I have this record!


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Subject: songs of the Ira - lp
From: GUEST
Date: 18 May 11 - 12:40 PM

i have an lp i found in the attic - Songs of the Ira - anyone find any info on this

sc


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: Joe Offer
Date: 18 May 11 - 05:27 PM

Hi, sc -

I think it's this one (click for lots of info from Nick -theballadeer).
If not, can you give us more information from the LP?
List of tracks
name of performer
name of record label
Background notes?

Thanks.

-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: GUEST
Date: 04 Sep 11 - 11:43 AM

PYE NPL 18139             LP 1966
Rebellion

contents are as follows:
Side 1
Parnell
Grand Old Dame
Johnny Redmond
Merry Ploughboy
As down to the glen one Easter morn
A Row in the Town

Side Two
Who Fears to Speak of Easter Week
Extract from Pearse's Address to his Court Martial
My bold Sinn Feiner
Extract from Pearse's Court Martial Speech
Ballad of Ashtown Road
Extract from the Court Martial of Thomas MacDonasgTake it down from the Mast

Accompanied by Steve Benbow, Cedric West (Guitars) Jack Emblow (Accordian) Jack Fallon (Bass)
The oration by Dominic Behan from Patrick H. Pearse's Graveside Panegyric for Diamuid O'Donoan Rossa
Produced by Len Black

Ages since you posted but just incase you still needed gaps filling


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: GUEST
Date: 16 Dec 13 - 12:03 PM

i am loocking for captain& the kings by dominic behan


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: GUEST,John Moulden
Date: 16 Dec 13 - 01:10 PM

This song was in Brendan Behan's The Hostage.


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: Jim Carroll
Date: 16 Dec 13 - 02:14 PM

Enjoy,
Jim Carroll

THE CAPTAINS AND THE KINGS
(Brendan Behan)

Notes
From Brendan Behan's play "The Hostage" the song mocks the arrogance of the English Upper Classes. Evelyn Waugh was one of England's most famous novelists (e.g. Brideshead Revisted), and was famous for his arrogance. Draughts is the English word for what the Americans call "checkers". "The white man's burden" was an expression used to describe the "sacrifices" made by the English to tame the natives in the countries of the British Empire. Great Windsor Park is used by the rich as the home of the upper class game of polo.

Lyrics
I remember in September,when the final stumps were drawn,
And the shouts of crowds now silent when the boys to tea had gone.
Let us, oh Lord above us, remember simple things,
When all are dead who love us, Oh the Captains and the Kings,
When all are dead who love us, Oh the Captains and the Kings.

We have many goods for export, Christian ethics and old port
But our greatest boast is that Anglo-Saxon is a sport
When the darts game is finished, and the boys their game of rings
And the draughts and chess relinquished for the captains and the kings
And the draughts and chess relinquished for the captains and the kings

Far away in dear old Cyprus, or in Kenya's dusty land,
Where all bear the white man's burden in many a strange land.
As we look across our shoulder, in West Belfast the school bell rings,
And we sigh for dear old England, and the Captains and the Kings.
And we sigh for dear old England, and the Captains and the Kings.

In our dreams we see old Harrow, and we hear the crows load caw
At the flower show our big marrow takes the pride from Evelyn Waugh.
Cups of tea and some dry sherry, vintage cars, these simple things
So let`s drink up and be marry, for the captains and the kings
So let`s drink up and be marry, for the captains and the kings

As I wandered in a nightmare all around Great Windsor Park,
Now what did you think I found there as I wandered in the dark?
It was an apple half-bitten, and sweetest of all things,
Five baby teeth had written of the Captains and the Kings.
Five baby teeth had written of the Captains and the Kings.

By the moon that shines above us in the misty morn and night
Let us cease to run ourselves down and praise God that we are white
And better still are English, tea and toast and muffin rings
And old ladies with stirned faces and the captains and the kings
And old ladies with stirned faces and the captains and the kings.


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Subject: RE: Dominic Behan vinyl Songs of Revolution?
From: Thomas Stern
Date: 16 Dec 13 - 02:14 PM

check the excellent discography by Nick Guida:   
    http://theballadeers.com/db_d01.htm

I see only one recording:
The Bells Of Hell/The Captains and the Kings: 1959 - Decca 45-F11147 45

It was also on BRENDAN Behans Spoken Arts album:

Spoken Arts 760
Brendan Behan sings Irish Folksongs and Ballads
liner notes: Luce Arthur Klein

Time magazine April 11, 1960
Brendan Behan Sings Irish Folk Songs and Ballads (Spoken Arts). "Sings" is the nonoperative word here; Irish Playwright Behan growls, gurgles and lurches in and out of key like a drunk on a swaying bus ("I usually talk nicer," he concedes, "when I have me teeth"). Nevertheless, he performs with engaging gusto and humor, and with considerably more conviction than most of his folk-styled competition.

Side One
On the 18th Day of November
The Captains and the Kings
I Will Give You a Golden Ball
Who Fears to Speak of Easter Week
I Am a Happy English La (rendered in a wildly improbable parody of an Oxford accent)
Don't Muck About With the Moon
When Socrates in Ancient Greece

Side Two
A Bonfire on the Border
The Bold Fenian Men
The zoological Gardens
Home on the Range
The Old Triangle
Says Herself to Meself
O in Glendalough Lived an Old Saint

Best wishes, Thomas.


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