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8 thoughts on “ The Night That Paddy Murphy Died - Moloney*, OConnell* & Keane* - Kilkelly (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Oh, The Night That Paddy Murphy Died That title is taken from a Newfoundland folk and drinking song, one that's been quite popularized by the band Great Big Sea- you can see it at this video link. Incidentally, I'd love to hear that sung at a funeral.
  2. Lyrics to 'Kilkelly/Leaving' by Robbie O'Connell. Kilkelly, Ireland, 18 and 60, my dear and loving son John / Your good friend the schoolmaster Pat McNamara's so good / As to write these words down.
  3. "The Night Paddy Murphy Died" is a popular Newfoundland folk song regarding the death of a man and the antics of his friends as they engage in a traditional Irish tictibevihowadeterthocorprami.coinfo is often attributed to Johnny Burke (–), a popular St. John's balladeer; however, there is no record of Johnny Burke having written this song. One of the earliest known recordings of the song is by Irish-American.
  4. Mus. D. HC., composer, leader and founding member of The Chieftains. P addy Moloney is the founder and leader of The Chieftains. He grew up in Donnycarney, north Co. Dublin. His love of Irish music came from his parents’ native Co. Laois and the music that surrounded him at home.
  5. Tune of the Day: The Night Paddy Murphy Died. Traditional drinking song. This popular Newfoundland folk song was written by Johnny Burke (–), a Canadian songwriter and musician who was nicknamed the “Bard of Prescott Street”.
  6. Mick Moloney, Robbie O'Connell and Jimmy Keane have been playing together as a group since early Each possesses an impressive array of individual talents. Limerick-born Mick Moloney has been playing professionally in Europe and in the United States for over 20 years.
  7. the Night Paddy Murphy Died by The Clanns, Celtic music from Nanaimo, BC, CA on ReverbNation.
  8. A retrospective collection album, Recollections Vol. 1 was released in He is currently recording a new CD of original songs. Career: Since Robbie O'Connell has performed both solo and as a member of the Clancy Brothers & Robbie O'Connell, Moloney O'Connell & Keane, The Green Fields of America, Clancy, O'Connell & Clancy, and Aengus.

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