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Roving Galway Boy - Kim Robertson - Water Spirit (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 comments on “ Roving Galway Boy - Kim Robertson - Water Spirit (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Sarr
    Mar 18,  · Performed by PolyCeltic Michelle Matts, Irish Flute Tom Abernethy, Hammered Dulcimer.
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  2. Guhn
    Auf diesem Solo-Album spielt Kim Robertson ihre jahre alte keltische Harfe wieder sehr meisterhaft. Bekannt aus der Crimson Collection mit Singh Kaur sind auch ihre Solo-Alben sehr für Meditation und Yoga geeignet und tief berü.
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  3. Malagrel
    Waterboy Lyrics: Waterboy, where are you hidin'? / If you don't come right here, I'm gonna tell your pa on you / There ain't no hammer that's on this mountain / That ring like mine, boy, that ring.
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  4. Mekasa
    ROBBIE ROBERTSON Vinyl Records and CDs When discussing rock music, Robbie Robertson's work with Bob Dylan and the Band cannot be overemphasized. The Band's worshipful distillation of American musical styles into a mythic, religious experience is overshadowed only by the recorded material from their days touring with Dylan on his .
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  5. Shakazahn
    Classic Masters Robbie Robertson. Read More. How to Become Clairvoyant. Read More. The Band. Music from the Big Pink. Read More. The Band (Self Titled) Read More. Stage Fright. Read More. Cahoots. Read More. Rock of Ages. Read More. Moondog Matinee. Read More. Planet Waves. Read More. Before the Flood. Read More. The Basement Tapes.
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  6. Tojataur
    Irish Traditional Music Archive / Taisce Cheol Dúchais Éireann. 73 Merrion Square. Dublin 2. Ireland. D02 WK
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  7. Dourg
    On her latest recording Kim performs a collection of gentle and lilting traditional compositions from around the globe. As well as pieces by Robert Burns and Turlough O’Carolan Kim also performs the traditional Korean air “Arirang” and a beautiful contemporary waltz titled “Vals” by Noreweigan hardanger fiddle master Vidar Skrede.
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  8. Malanris
    Nov 06,  · The Band, “Country Boy” (from “Jericho,” , the first album from the group’s reconstituted lineup, minus Robertson. The plaintive song opens with one of the final recordings made.
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