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The Barleycorn - The Johnstons Featuring Paul Brady - The Transatlantic Years (CD)

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  1. Irish Folk band The Johnstons’ first three albums for Transatlantic Records The band moved to the UK after the release of ‘The Johnstons’ in and the next two albums followed quickly They disbanded in after a distinguished critical career, with member Paul Brady going onto great things as .
  2. BGO's double-disc set groups together the first three albums by Irish folk trio the Johnstons: 's The Johnstons, 's Give a Damn, and The Barleycorn, which also came out in The first of these records is very much a straight-ahead folk effort, sounding as if it could've come out during the folk revival in the early '60s (despite their British Isles heritage, this LP sounds as Price: $
  3. Paul Joseph Brady (born 19 May ) is an Irish singer-songwriter and musician from Strabane, Northern Ireland. His work straddles folk and pop. He was interested in a wide variety of music from an early age. He initially collaborated with several major bands, prior to launching a successful solo c.
  4. This single-disc reissue pairs their two traditional folk albums of the era, 's The Johnstons and 's The Barley Corn. Their self-titled debut is all traditional folk, and as such will be favored by those listeners who favor that style above folk-rock (even of the very mild sort, as the Johnstons played when they did material of more modern origin).
  5. Forget about whether you've ever even heard of Transatlantic Records, and just be prepared to be delighted and surprised at almost every turn by this four-CD, song set, whether one's interest lies in folk, rock, blues, or even comedy. It's not entirely surprising that a collection of the label's work would stand up this well -- starting out in with a series of entertaining (and totally groundbreaking) .
  6. - Transatlantic TRA LP; Ye Jacobites By Name. - Contour Records LP; The Johnstons & The Barley Corn. - Castle Essential ESM CD CD This CD reissue doesn't include the track — "The Nine Points Of Roguery/The Humours of Tulla". The Johnstons & Give A Damn & The Barley Corn. - BGO Records BGOCD CD [x3.
  7. Paul Brady - vocals, guitar - joined June l-to-r: Lucy Johnston, Adrienne Johnston, Mick Moloney, Paul Brady. Bio: The Johnstons were a family folk group who were immensely popular in Ireland in the late s. They recorded both traditional and contemporary folk material, some of the latter straying into folk-rock and pop-folk areas on occasion.
  8. They were joined in the group by Mick Moloney from Castletroy, County Limerick and, when Michael Johnston left, by Paul Brady from Strabane. They signed for Transatlantic in and, between then and , produced seven albums (including a " Sampler" compilation) and six singles. Over these years they moved from their folk beginnings to a blend of traditional and contemporary material which drew on .

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