Irish Bands & Artists--Conversation & Appreciation

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by lemonade kid, May 18, 2022.

  1. Django

    Django Forum Resident

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    Dublin, Ireland
  2. Leepal

    Leepal Forum Resident

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    Swindon, UK
    Beat me to it. Thin Lizzy are probably the Irish band I listen to most, one of my favourite bands from anywhere really.
     
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  3. ripdan

    ripdan Forum Resident

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    Greenville, SC
    Horslips
    Boomtown Rats
     
  4. Django

    Django Forum Resident

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    Dublin, Ireland
  5. Jem

    Jem Forum Resident

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    Lathbury
  6. Django

    Django Forum Resident

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    Dublin, Ireland
  7. Dunedin

    Dunedin Forum Resident

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    Maryland


    Stiff Little Fingers
     
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  8. moople72

    moople72 Forum Resident

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    KC
    I share Bob's enthusiasm:

     
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  9. MikaelaArsenault

    MikaelaArsenault Forum Resident

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    New Hampshire
    B*Witched

     
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  10. Voodoo Chile

    Voodoo Chile Forum Resident

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    Wonderland
    I have this one since the mid 70s, good mix of Celtic music and rock with a touch of prog/psych, this is my only record so now I'm gonna hear some more on streaming, it's a great band

    LOL see back cover "File under reasonably popular"

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  11. Dunedin

    Dunedin Forum Resident

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    Maryland


    Declan O’Rourke
     
  12. Mandocello

    Mandocello My irritability keeps me alive and kicking

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    Cramlington
  13. Danswift

    Danswift Forum Resident

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    United Kingdom
    Hothouse Flowers .

     
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  14. mwheelerk

    mwheelerk Don't Let The Old Man In

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    Gilbert Arizona
    I am not knowledgeable about Irish artists but of the two albums I have they came from a train ride to The Grand Canyon. They provide entertainment on the trip. One is a "train robbery" where riders board the train with guns and play out the part. The other is live acoustic music. If I remember correctly it was guitar, banjo and fiddle. They played a song that I asked the fiddle player about and he told me it was Liz Carroll. From that I learned about the group called Trian and these are the result...

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    Trian – Trian
    Genre:
    Folk, World, & Country
    Style: Folk, Celtic
    Year: 1992


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    Liz Carroll – Lost In The Loop
    Label: Green Linnet – GLCD 1199
    Format: CD, Album
    Country: US
    Released: 2000
    Genre: Folk, World, & Country
    Style: Celtic

    The Old Maid Of Galway was the song that caught my ear on that train almost 20 years ago...
     
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  15. A thread I can get stuck into ...

    Seen these guys 11 times over the years.

     
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  16. One more for tonight.

     
  17. They were before my time but they were utterly brilliant.

    The Blades

     
  18. Christy, a national treasure.

     
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  19. The late great, Liam O'Flynn

     
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  20. gazzaa2

    gazzaa2 Forum Resident

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    UK
     
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  21. Voodoo Chile

    Voodoo Chile Forum Resident

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    Wonderland
    What happened with these guys? they knew how to rock

     
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  22. The Revenants, formed after the aforementioned Stars of Heaven

     
  23. mike sullivan

    mike sullivan Blues Boy

    Location:
    hong kong
  24. mike sullivan

    mike sullivan Blues Boy

    Location:
    hong kong

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