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The Sweet Forget-Me-Not - De Dannan* - Ballroom (Cassette, Album)

The Sweet Forget-Me-Not - De Dannan* - Ballroom (Cassette, Album)

  • Tetilar says:
    All tunes are (Trad. arr. De Dannan) except where noted. Note that the group’s name on the LP album cover, liner notes and LP label is De Dannan, not De Danann. Miller of Drohan is also spelled Droghan in liner notes comments, and Drogan on LP label.
  • Gojinn says:
    Two things about the name of the band: 1. Isn't the original name of the band actually Dé Danann? 2. As the band changed its name from Dé Danann to De Dannan and is still active with the newer version of the name, should the band be listed as De Dannan with ANV to the earlier name of the band (Dé Danann)?
  • Nikora says:
    Shop Ballroom. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Skip to main mortlinadlitasafathicquibitchairo.coinfo How the West Was Won by De Dannan () De Dannan. out of 5 stars 1. Audio CD. £1, The Sweet Forget-Me-Not 5. Hornpipe: Eleanor Neary's/Reel: The Miller Of Drohan.
  • Groramar says:
    Listen free to De Dannan – Ballroom (The Pride of Petravore, Teddy O'Neill and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at .
  • JoJotilar says:
    Jul 10,  · Performed by Josh McCarthy, Melissa Dawe, Gillian Dawe, and Kayla Petten of the Bay Roberts Cultural Foundation. Melissa Dawe on accordion. History: "compose.
  • Dizahn says:
    A variant was recorded as My Sweet Forget Me Not by Eddie Coffey of Branch, NL (The Girls From Newfoundland/Eddie Coffey And His Coffey-Mate, trk#8, , Don Park Music, Inc., Markham, ON). See songs by Eddie Coffey.
  • Dajas says:
    Recordings and book sources for the song known as Sweet Forget-Me-Not, The. mortlinadlitasafathicquibitchairo.coinfo Tune Search. [Album code] Artist. Title (Link to Album Info page). Performers (instruments). ~ 4#1 [DD 7] De Dannan. Ballroom. Dolores Keane (vocals), Frankie Gavin (fiddle, viola, flute, whistle, piano), Martin O'Connor (accordion), Johnny.
  • Akinolabar says:
    The Sweet was a compilation album released as Sweet's debut album in the US and Canada, substituting for the UK album Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be. (The band's second album, Sweet Fanny Adams was also not given a US release, but tracks from that and the band's third album Desolation Boulevard were combined on the US version of that album to .

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