Tír na nÓg

Saturday, 31 May 2014, 15:55 | Category : News, Tír na nÓg
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Listen to Irish folk legends Tír na nÓg share the stories behind some of the most gorgeous songs ever recorded.

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  1.  Tír na nÓg – Time Is Like A Promise (Tír na nÓg, Chrysalis, 1971) 
  2. Joni Mitchell – Songs to Aging Children Come (Clouds, Reprise, 1969)
  3. Matthews Southern Comfort – Woodstock (Single A-side, UNI, 1970)
  4. Tír na nÓg – Looking Up (Tír na nÓg, Chrysalis, 1971) 
  5. Tír na nÓg ‎– Two White Horses (A Tear and a Smile, Chrysalis, 1972)
  6. Bob Dylan – It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry (Highway 61 Revisted, Columbia, 1965)
  7. Tír na nÓg ‎– Teeside (Spotlight: BBC Recordings 1972-73, Hux Records, 2001)
  8. Tír na nÓg – Strong In The Sun (Single A-side, Chrysalis, 1973)
  9. Nick Drake – Free Ride (Pink Moon, Island, 1972)
  10. Ray Dolan – Hey Friend (Restless Night, EMI Ire, 1975)
  11. Scullion – Eyelids Into Snow (Balance and Control, WEA, 1980)
  12. Leo O’Kelly – Will (Will, Life & Living Records, 2011)
  13. The Rolling Stones – Play With Fire (Single B-side to The Last Time, Decca, 1965)
  14. Tír na nÓg ‎– I Have Known Love (I Have Known Love, Fruits de Mer, 2014)

As always, listen to tracks from and related to our guest artist. Host Jason Barnard travels virtually to Ireland to speak to  Tír na nÓg’s Leo O’Kelly and Sonny Condell.

If you like the show you can also read the full interview here: http://thestrangebrew.co.uk/articles/tir-na-nog-looking-up

One Comment for “Tír na nÓg”

  1. 1Ed Butler

    Great stuff – many thanks – never heard Ray Dolan’s version of “Hey Friend” before – fascinating

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