Barry Ryan

Monday, 17 April 2017, 20:57 | Category : Leeds, Podcasts
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In a rare podcast interview singer Barry Ryan talks to Jason Barnard about his greatest hits and rarities.

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  1. Paul and Barry Ryan – Don’t Bring Me Your Heartaches (Single A-side, Decca, 1965)
  2. Paul and Barry Ryan – I Love How You Love Me (Single A-side, Decca, 1966)
  3. Paul and Barry Ryan – Keep It Out Of Sight (Single A-side, Decca, 1967)
  4. Paul and Barry Ryan – Madrigal (Single B-side to Pictures of Today, Decca, 1968)
  5. Barry Ryan – Eloise (Barry Ryan Sings Paul Ryan, MGM, 1969)
  6. Barry Ryan with The Majority – Love Is Love (Single A-side, MGM, 1969)
  7. Barry Ryan – Why Do You Cry My Love? (Barry Ryan Sings Paul Ryan, MGM, 1969)
  8. Barry Ryan ‎– My Mama (Barry Ryan Sings Paul Ryan, MGM, 1969)
  9. Barry Ryan – The Hunt (Single A-side, Polydor, 1969)
  10. Barry Ryan – Magical Spiel (Single A-side, Polydor, 1970)
  11. Barry Ryan with The Paul Ryan Orchestra – Kitsch (Single A-side, Polydor, 1970)
  12. Barry Ryan – I Think You Know My Name (Sanctus, Sanctus Hallelujah, Polydor, 1972)
  13. Barry Ryan – Who Put The Lights Out (Barry Ryan 3, Polydor, 1970)
  14. Barry Ryan – Brother (Single A-side, Private Stock, 1977)
  15. Barry Ryan – Break The Circle (demo – unreleased)

Listen to the lushest inventive pop music of the 1960s and 70s in this landmark podcast show.

2 Comments for “Barry Ryan”

  1. 1Colin Mason

    Thank you Barry and Jason for your time and effort here. Thoroughly enjoyed the chat and music. By the way “Break The Circle” is a very strong song, I hope the full production and modern day twiddling don’t spoil it cos I think it sounds superb as a demo.

  2. 2Helmut Brasse

    Thank you very much for this. Even though Barry Ryan was very popular in Germany it’s quite difficult to find anything about him and his music. Most of his recordings are unavailable, it took me years to find all of his original albums. None of them is available these days, only the first two have been released once on cd and sounded like a needledrop. Some essential songs like “Love is love” and “Magical Spiel” are only available in mono. I would have liked to know, why all this great music is unavailable and why nobody seems to care. As has been said in the podcast, the music was an inspiration for many following artists – not to forget ELO – Listen to “Theme to Eutopia”

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