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Michael "Jesse" Owens - Saturday Night In Dublin Mp3
Country / Folk
Performer: Michael "Jesse" Owens
Title: Saturday Night In Dublin
Style: Celtic, Folk
Year 1979
Country Ireland
Label Shamrock Records
Catalog Number Shamrock 003
Genre: Country / Folk
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 776
MP3 size: 1061 mb
FLAC size: 1974 mb
WMA size: 1998 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single

Michael "Jesse" Owens - Saturday Night In Dublin Mp3


1Saturday Night In Dublin
Written-By – Mike Carroll
2Come With Me Molly
Arranged By – James KeaneWritten-By – Jesse Owens

The Irish seem born with a love of music. At social gatherings, everyone’s always ready to sing his or her “party piece.” Performances are judged less by skill than by uninhibited sincerity or showmanship. Nearly every Irish household has some kind of musical instrument.
That love is especially strong for traditional Irish music. You can hear it at cultural heritage centers and concert halls, but it sounds best in a pub.
When in Ireland, walk around a pub-filled block like a guy choosing a dance partner, considering where to stop to enjoy a pint and a tune.
Live music is a weekly — and sometimes nightly — draw at many town pubs worth their salt. Traditional music is especially popular in Dingle, Doolin, Galway and Dublin.
Pub music ranges from instrumental reels and jigs, to ballads of tragic love lost or heroic deeds done, to contemporary sing-alongs. It’s worth staying until the wee hours for the magical moment when a lament is sung to a hushed and attentive pub crowd.
“Sessions” (musical evenings) may be advertised or impromptu. Often musicians just congregate and play for the love of it. There will generally be a fiddle, a flute or tin whistle, a guitar, a bodhran (goatskin drum) and maybe an accordion or mandolin.
If there ever a record to some up Irish Celt/Folk Music at it's best.....This is it !!!