Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by lemonade kid, May 18, 2022.
Some mentions to Rory but none to his band so... My favourite Irish band, Taste
played London pubs 1980s
used to see them regularly at the Tally Ho in Kentish Town ... night out on the bus from Friern Barnet!
One of the most amazing recordings in existence is Maureen Carter playing on whistle "The Lonesome Boatman" - was on a 7" that came with some copies of their eponymous Album
starts about 40.00 here:
Cathal Coughlan, RIP
Orla, from Dublin. Been workin' it on YouTube for a decade before her "debut" album this year.
Charted Top 5 while she supported her bestie dodie on tour, instead of promoting it.
Saw these guys 3 times in college. Fantastic live band.
The early '90s were a heady time in Ireland. The country was opening up and there was hope for the future. This was reflected in much different styles of music and bands coming up and being seen.
Skinky Fia, decent as it is was a wee bit disappointing after the masterclass that was A Hero's Death. I'll forgive though as Grian was born in my home town. Brilliant live band
Republic of loose - You know it. Funk/soul pop. They split a few years ago. This sounds like Steely Dan.
Urge everyone to give The Murder Capital a listen. Their debut album When I Have Fears is stunning.
Who them forget Rory Tatum and the lads 3 them from Wicklow them....we used ta drink with yer man at the arms in Knockananna we done...
Taters liked him a drink them right...we'd get yer man knackered in between sets at the boozer what with the Knappogue and fistfuls of bloody Mandrax...
Him was good for a proper laugh...the lads put up with yer man till him started dressin' like a bird...thought him Iggy Pop there...
Last we heard Rory was deliverin' fish/chips and such at a eater in Brittas Bay
Might be the first one I think of…. After u2
Two greats together
Both groups feature in this video
Various - 101 Irish Hits
A good mix here.
1-1 Van Morrison– Brown Eyed Girl
1-2 The Dubliners– Dirty Old Town
1-3 Horslips– Trouble (With A Capital T)
1-4 Phil Lynott– Old Town
1-5 Virgin Prunes– Pagan Love Song
1-6 Those Nervous Animals– The Business Enterprise (My Friend John)
1-7 Microdisney– Town To Town
1-8 Aslan– This Is
1-9 The Blades– Downmarket
1-10 Cry Before Dawn– Gone Forever
1-11 In Tua Nua– Seven Into The Sea
1-12 The Adventures– Broken Land
1-13 Hothouse Flowers– Don't Go
1-14 The 4 Of Us– Mary
1-15 The Fat Lady Sings– Arclight
1-16 An Emotional Fish– Celebrate
1-17 Stump– Charlton Heston
1-18 The Fatima Mansions– Only Losers Take The Bus
1-19 Power Of Dreams– 100 Ways To Kill A Love
1-20 Sinéad O'Connor– Nothing Compares 2 U
2-1 Something Happens– Parachute
2-2 The Stunning– Half Past Two
2-3 That Petrol Emotion– Hey Venus
2-4 The Frank And Walters– This Is Not A Song
2-5 A House– Here Come The Good Times
2-6 Blink (2)– It's Not My Fault
2-7 The Saw Doctors– To Win Just Once
2-8 Sultans Of Ping F.C.– Where's Me Jumper?
2-9 Kerbdog– Sally
2-10 Whipping Boy– We Don't Need Nobody Else
2-11 The Devlins– Waiting
2-12 The Cranberries– Linger
2-13 Therapy?– Going Nowehere
2-14 Ash– Shining Light
2-15 The Corrs– Runaway
2-16 Gary Moore– Parisienne Walkways
2-17 Taste (2)– Blister On The Moon
2-18 The Lookalikes– Can I Take You Home Tonight
2-19 The Radiators*– Songs Of The Faithful Departed
2-20 David McWilliams– The Days Of Pearly Spencer
3-1 Mundy– July
3-2 Mic Christopher– Heydey
3-3 Cathy Davey– Moving
3-4 Republic Of Loose– Comeback Girl
3-5 The Blizzards (2)– Fantasy
3-6 Delorentos– Stop
3-7 Ham Sandwich– Click... Click... Boom!
3-8 Declan O'Rourke– Galileo
3-9 Stellarsound Feat. Miss Paula Flynn– Let's Dance
3-10 Mick Flannery– Tomorrow's Papers
3-11 The Stars Of Heaven– All About You
3-12 Juliet Turner– Take The Money And Run
3-13 Aslan– Jealous Little Thing
3-14 Gavin Glass And The Holy Shakers– Ragdoll
3-15 John Spillane– There Was A Man
3-16 David Kitt– Song From Hope Street
3-17 The Divine Comedy– Lady Of A Certain Age
3-18 Gemma Hayes– Undercover
3-19 The Radio– Whatever Gets You Through Today
3-20 The Thrills– One Horse Town
4-1 Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan– Rock 'N' Roll Kids
4-2 Johnny Logan– Hold Me Now
4-3 The Royal Showband*– The Hucklebuck
4-4 Joe Dolan– Good Looking Woman
4-5 Niamh Kavanagh– In Your Eyes
4-6 Chris de Burgh– Lady In Red
4-7 Boyzone– No Matter What
4-8 OTT (3)– All Out Of Love
4-9 Linda Martin– Why Me?
4-10 Brian Kennedy– Captured
4-11 The Carter Twins– The Twelfth Of Never
4-12 Richie Kavanagh– Aon Focal Eile
4-13 B*Witched– C'Est La Vie
4-14 The Nolan Sisters*– I'm In The Mood For Dancing
4-15 Samantha Mumba– Body To Body
4-16 Kerri-Ann– Irreplaceable
4-17 Relish– Rainbow Zephyr
4-18 Tim O'Riordan & Natural Gas (5)– The Langer
4-19 Luan Parle– Ghost
4-20 Dana (9)– All Kinds Of Everything
4-21 Sinéad O'Connor– Mandinka
5-1 The Walls– To The Bright And Shining Sun
5-2 The Divine Comedy– Absent Friends
5-3 Paul Brady– Crazy Dreams
5-4 Feargal Sharkey– A Good Heart
5-5 Joe Dolan– The Universal
5-6 Paddy Casey– Saints And Sinners
5-7 David Holmes– Gritty Shaker
5-8 Director– Reconnect
5-9 Revelino– Don't Lead Me Down
5-10 Cathy Davey– Come Over
5-11 Thin Lizzy– Running Back
5-12 The Commitments– Mustang Sally
5-13 Christy Moore– Ride On
5-14 D:Ream– Things Can Only Get Better
5-15 Mark McCabe– Maniac 2000
5-16 Strictly Fish– To Whom It Concerns (It's The Late Late Show)
5-17 John Spillane– The Dunnes Stores Girl
5-18 The Waterboys– The Whole Of The Moon
5-19 Planxty– Three Drunken Maidens
5-20 The Thrills– Whatever Happened To Corey Haim
Only Thin Lizzy for me.
An all time fave.
I was listening to this earlier
Boa Morte - 'Wooden Floor'
these guys like to take things.... slow
Boa Morte discography - RYM/Sonemic
Well, he was Northern Irish and that's the UK but Gary Moore moved to Dublin and played with Irish Bands like Skid Row and Thin Lizzy
Two samples, first in blues:
and now "Fanfare for the Common Man" with Gary playing some Keith Emerson's parts with guitar!! Greg Lake tour with Gary Moore 1981
Fanfare For The Common Man
That Petrol Emotion (Very different than the Undertones and I agree that I like some of their stuff better than anything by the Undertones)
My Bloody Valentine (Are they not considered Irish? I believe they formed in Dublin, even though their members born elsewhere)
Blue in Heaven (I agree with the post above...I have both of their records and they are fantastic, and obscure. Their bass heavy sound is great)
Aoife Nessa Francis. Spooky, 70s style folk pop.
I mistook her voice for that of American singer Maureen McGovern's, when I saw a documentary about Irish-American history, The Irish in America. That song is "Paddy's Lamentation."
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