Tuesday, May 05, 2009

V.A. "High Kings of Tara"


TARA 3003 LP (1980)

Tracks:
01. Planxty - The Bonny Light Horseman
02. Shaun Davey - Pride Of The Herd
03. Andy Irvine - General Monroe
04. Planxty - First Slip-Hardiman The Fiddler A & B-The Yellow Wattle
05. Oisin - The Next Market Day
06. Paddy Glackin & Jolyon Jackson - The Long Note
07. Christy Moore - John Of Dreams
08. Paddy Glackin & Paddy Keenan - The Boyne Hunt-Toss The Feathers
09. Stockton's Wing - Maid Behind The Bar
10. Christy Moore - The Sun Is Burning
11. Planxty - Lord MacDonald-The Chattering Magpie

Quality: VBR 224kbps


Link removed (still under copyright)

Dodger said...
Oh, dear, I really think you should remove this - all the tracks are still under copyright (especially the Planxty ones) and you really wouldn't want to meet Christy Moore's lawyers!

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Many thanks, Ailis. Always a pleasure to listen to these guys.

06 May, 2009 12:05  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks. Good to see a copy of this LP again.

Was wondering if anyone has a copy the 1978 Stockton's Wing album (Tara 2004)?

07 May, 2009 01:09  
Anonymous Dodger said...

Oh, dear, I really think you should remove this - all the tracks are still under copyright (especially the Planxty ones) and you really wouldn't want to meet Christy Moore's lawyers!

07 May, 2009 02:08  
Blogger Ailis said...

Sorry, I do have a copy of Stockton's Wing 2004 album, but I can't post it, because it's still fully available, look here :
http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_ss_m_h_?url=search-alias%3Dpopular&field-keywords=stocktons+wing

07 May, 2009 05:20  
Blogger Ratatoskyr said...

I said this for an earlier post - just about every track of every album on this blog is "under copyright," going back to 1925. But if the track/album is not commercially available, then there is no loss of revenue for the artist.

If any of the tracks on this compilation are available for sale on another release somewhere, then it should be taken down, or the tracks removed. But otherwise, circulating out-of-print recordings is not a problem.

In fact, circulating out-of-print recordings is the best way to convince labels to re-release them!

12 May, 2009 03:12  
Blogger Matt said...

Great blog.
Who cares if this is under copyright? Most music is. The question is, is this available for sale? And answer seems to be 'no'. So I'm guessing the lawyers are interesting in lawsuits but not interested in people actually hearing the music. I would keep links up until the lawyers or the artists come knocking and tell you to take them down.

12 May, 2009 10:57  
Blogger frfiddle said...

You know I am sure glad that the old time music I love is largely PD so I dont have to deal with A-holes policing blogs.

15 May, 2009 10:24  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ay be under copyright but i can't find a copy of oísin anywhere. I used have two of their records but they have been long misplaced.

I was wondering if you could just post a link to the next market day. I love that song and would love to hear it again.

16 February, 2010 10:24  

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