Monday, February 11, 2008

by Anonymous

David McWilliams "When I Was A Dancer" 1979

01 Overture - Candlelight
02 Dusty Bluebells
03 Laugh At The Clown
04 Slip Slidin' Away
05 Alone
06 When I Was A Dancer
07 Circles
08 Are You Lonely
09 Dream Street Rose
10 Come On

8 Comments:

Blogger danny said...

Hi, Lizardson
I'll upload the second Breton album by Battlefield band as soon as I'll finish clean-up
danny aka cianfulli
I sent you this one by mail a couple of time, but maybe you've not received it

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Battlefield band ::: Farewell to Nova Scotia

Brian McNeill: fiddle, vocals
Alan Reid: keyboards, vocals
Ricky Starrs: guitar, mandolin, vocals

01 Richemond/Le reel du pendu 2.37
02 Farewell to Nova Scotia 4.23
03 Denis Murphy's slide 2.38
04 The bonny whaling laddie 5.21
05 The bonny wee lassie who never said no 3.19
06 The Highland brigade at Waterloo/The 74th Highlanders/The 93rds farewell to Gibraltar 6.13
07 The Rybuck shearer 4.48
08 The fourposter bed /Staten island 3.14
09 The Back o'Benachie 5.14
10 Revie's reel/Mary MacMahon 2.56
11 The Forfar sodger 2.46
12 Paddy's green shamrock shore 5.45

1976 • Arfolk SB 349 • Escalibur BUR 806

192 kbps CBR

http://rapidshare.com/files/89851580/battfare.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/89864675/battfaresc.rar

This is the first Battlefield band recording, predating their first Topic album.
High on the wing of success at Lorient festival, 1975, they enter a Breton recording studio and release this rare album featuring for the first and last time Ricky Starrs

11 February, 2008 05:20  
Blogger danny said...

Hi, Lizardson
I'll upload the second Breton Battlefield album as soon as I'll finish its clean-up
danny aka cianfulli
I sent you this message twice, but maybe you've not received it.
let me know if you're interested or not.
thank you

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Battlefield band ::: Farewell to Nova Scotia

Brian McNeill: fiddle, vocals
Alan Reid: keyboards, vocals
Ricky Starrs: guitar, mandolin, vocals

01 Richemond/Le reel du pendu 2.37
02 Farewell to Nova Scotia 4.23
03 Denis Murphy's slide 2.38
04 The bonny whaling laddie 5.21
05 The bonny wee lassie who never said no 3.19
06 The Highland brigade at Waterloo/The 74th Highlanders/The 93rds farewell to Gibraltar 6.13
07 The Rybuck shearer 4.48
08 The fourposter bed /Staten island 3.14
09 The Back o'Benachie 5.14
10 Revie's reel/Mary MacMahon 2.56
11 The Forfar sodger 2.46
12 Paddy's green shamrock shore 5.45

1976 • Arfolk SB 349 • Escalibur BUR 806

192 kbps CBR

http://rapidshare.com/files/89851580/battfare.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/89864675/battfaresc.rar

This is the first Battlefield band recording, predating their first Topic album.
High on the wing of success at Lorient festival, 1975, they enter a Breton recording studio and release this rare album featuring for the first and last time Ricky Starrs

11 February, 2008 05:23  
Blogger Kadek55 said...

Great upload!

Thanks a lot!

Karel

11 February, 2008 16:25  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks a million for the David McWilliams album --- one of the greatest songwriters ever, as far as I'm concerned. A few months ago, I requested for some records by McWilliams: Great to be able to listen to this one!!! Serge ZENI.

13 February, 2008 21:51  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've just stumbled onto this blog and this posting in particular and I'm wondering is it the same David McWilliams who did "Lord Offaly" and "Days of Pearly Spencer" in the 60's Ah I'll just take it while I can and give it a blast anyway I'll be back for some great insights on folk music

14 February, 2008 06:29  
Blogger boppinbob said...

Thanks for this great album.

29 May, 2008 23:36  
Anonymous Cy said...

Many thanks for your superp site. I have downloaded lots of sounds that I never thought I would hear again. I am humbled by your thoughtfulness.

23 March, 2009 07:07  
Blogger MOONSHINE said...

Hello Good People of THTM.
Thank You For Those Great Posts and Classics you are Introducing.
btw, It seems now that the
David McWilliams Album "When I Was A Dancer" does not exist anymore.
If you could UpL it Again,
It would be GREAT.

Thanks Again,

Moonshine

21 March, 2010 00:10  

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