Arcady - After The Ball album download
|Hennessey's Jigs / Reels|
|The Field Behind The Plough|
|Tripping Down The Stairs|
|After The Ball|
|The Spinster's Waltz|
|Trois Matelots Du Port-De-Brest|
|Jackie Daly's Reels|
|I'd Cross The Wild Atlantic|
|79077||Arcady||After The Ball (CD, Album)||Shanachie||79077||US||1991|
|79077||Arcady||After The Ball (Cass, Album)||Shanachie||79077||US||1991|
|DARA CD 037||Arcady||After The Ball (CD, Album)||Dara Records||DARA CD 037||Ireland||Unknown|
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Hennessey's jigs/reels a) The Boys of Tandernagee, b) Up Ya Boya, c) Hennessey's (Phoenix Reel), d) McConnell's Reel. Arcady has another great album, with the mix of great jigs and reels along with some nice slow singing songs. A great mix for all to enjoy.
After recording a still un-released album, Arcady released their debut album, After the Ball, in 1991. Recorded with a six-piece band, the album took a pan-Celtic approach with songs from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Canada, Brittany, and the United States. Their second album, Many Happy Returns, was released four years later.
After the Ball Arcady. This song is played at 82 Beats Per Minute (Andante), or 27 Measures/Bars Per Minute. Time Signature: 3/4. Use the Metronome below to practice at this tempo. Video After the Ball. The Banks of Sullane.
After the Ball Lyrics. Arcady Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965. Lyricapsule: Nirvana Drop ‘Bleach’; June 15, 1989.
After the Ball is an album by the American folk musician John Fahey, released in 1973. It was his second and last recording on the Reprise label and like its predecessor, Of Rivers and Religion, it sold poorly. Following in the same mold as Fahey's first album with Reprise, Of Rivers and Religion, accompanists were used on most of the material. Denny Bruce was once again co-producer and many of the musicians were the same. Jack Feierman again wrote the ensemble arrangements