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The Wolfe Tones - Rifles Of The I.R.A. Album


Performer: The Wolfe Tones
Genre: Folk & Country
Title: Rifles Of The I.R.A.
Country: US
Released: 1991
Style: Folk
Label: Shanachie
Catalog Number: 52030
FLAC version ZIP size: 1291 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2413 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1180 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 229

Tracklist

1Sweet Carnlough Bay3:13
2Big Strong Man2:33
3Sean Tracy2:44
4The Sun Is Burning2:59
5Holy Ground3:21
6A Row In The Town (Erin Go Brath)2:31
7Ships In Full Sail2:08
8Four Seasons4:01
9Slievenamon3:54
10Rifles Of The I.R.A.2:37
11In Garran Na Bhile2:51
12Skibereen2:52
13God Save Ireland2:38
14Uncle Nobby's Steamboat4:40

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DOL 1002Wolfe Tones Rifles Of The IRA ‎(LP, Album)Dolphin Records DOL 1002Ireland1970
CNS 1008The Wolfe Tones Rifles Of The I.R.A. ‎(LP, Album)Cynda Records, Boot Records CNS 1008Canada1971
DOL 1002Wolfe Tones Rifles Of The IRA ‎(LP, Album)Dolphin Records DOL 1002Ireland1970
CNS 1008The Wolfe Tones Rifles Of The I.R.A. ‎(LP, Album)Cynda RecordsCNS 1008Canada1971
DOL 1002Wolfe Tones Rifles Of The IRA ‎(LP, Album, Whi)Dolphin Records DOL 1002Ireland1970

Credits

  • Remastered By [Digitally]Robert Vosgien

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 016351523020

Album

Rifles Of The - Wolfe Tones. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Wolfe Tones. Rifles Of The . Dominic Behan. Альбом 1969 Песен: 14. Rifles of the . is the fourth album by Irish folk and rebel band The Wolfe Tones. The album title Rifles of the . makes reference to the Irish Republican Army IRA. The cover shows the band members dressed in the traditional dress of the IRA. The folk singer Christy Moore said of the cover, I equate that particular record sleeve with Foster and Allen, dressed up as leprechauns. It was the very same thing. It had the same significance at the time. Lyrics: In 19 hundred and 16 the forces of the crown, To take the orange white and green Bombarded Dublin town, But in 21 Britannia's sons were forced to earn their pay, Chorus, And. In 19 hundred and 16 the forces of the crown To take the orange white and green Bombarded Dublin town But in 21 Britannia's sons were forced to earn their pay. Chorus And the black and tans Like lightning ran From the rifles of the IRA. They burned their way through Munster and Laid Lienster on the rack In Caugnaught and in ulster march the men of brown and black They shot down wives and children in their own heroic way. Songs in album The Wolfe Tones - Rifles Of The . The Wolfe Tones - Slievenamon. The Wolfe Tones - In Garran Na Bhile. The Wolfe Tones - Four Seasons. The Wolfe Tones - A Row In The Town Erin Go Brath. The Wolfe Tones - God Save Ireland. The Wolfe Tones - The Sun Is Burning. The Wolfe Tones - Big Strong Man. The Wolfe Tones - Rifles Of The . The Wolfe Tones - Skibereen. The Wolfe Tones - Sweet Carnlough Bay. The Wolfe. The extremely talented Wolfe Tones have done a tremendous job of expressing the soul-draining pain and sorrow brought about by years of brutal British oppression they break through the wall of apathy with an intense and blatant desire for freedom and they are passionately proud of their love of God and country. John Kelly. 0 out of 5 stars rifles of the . Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 28, 2014. Verified Purchase. Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Have a free moment Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. The Wolfe Tones. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. Listen free to The Wolfe Tones Rifles Of The . Slievenamon, In Garran Na Bhile and more. 14 tracks 39:46. Wolfe Tones are an Irish rebel music band, who incorporate elements of Irish traditional music in their songs. They take their name from the Irish rebel and patriot Theobald Wolfe Tone, one of the leaders of the Irish Rebellion of 1798, with the double entendre of a wolf tone a spurious sound that can affect instruments of the violin family. Original members were: Brian Warfield, Noel Nagle and Tommy Byrne. But the Trio's story wasn't one of overnight success. Although Wolfe Tones claim to have no specific political loyalties, their career is filled with songs of praise for the Irish Republicans - admittedly, it could just be that the Ulster Unionists haven't written any decent songs - and 1991's Rifles of the . is their most political album ever. Almost all of the Wolfe Tones' other albums added a few non-political songs to the mix, but all 14 of these tunes deal, at times obliquely but usually most directly, with The Troubles, both historical and current

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