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Re: 40 Years ago..


Posted by MM on March 09, 2009 at 23:00:39:

In Reply to: Re: 40 Years ago.. posted by Tempus on February 06, 2009 at 18:58:51:

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12. Mary Black & General Humbert Mo Ghile Mear
Before her stellar career as one of Ireland's favourite purveyors of sensitive MOR-ish English-language balladry, Mary Black often sang in Gaelic; she is, after all, another former member of the seminal De Dannan. Even earlier (1978), she recorded this stirring song with a group named after the man who allied with Napoleon led the 'Army of Ireland' to fight against the British in the rising of 1798, and proved more than a match.

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