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Sweeney's Men

Также известно как: Sweeneys Men, Sweenys Men
Члены группы Sweeney's Men: Al O'Donnell, Andy Irvine, Henry McCullough, Johnny Moynihan, Terry Woods
Группа в интернете: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweeney%27s_Men

Дискография Sweeney's Men:

# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 The Legend Of Sweeney's Men 17 audio iTunes 1988 Transatlantic Records
2 The Tracks Of Sweeney's Men 26 audio iTunes 1979 Guimbarda
3 Sweeney's Men 1968 13 audio iTunes 1976 Transatlantic Records
4 Sullivan's John 4 audio iTunes 1968 Transatlantic Records
5 Sweeney's Men / The Tracks Of Sweeney 28 audio iTunes 1996 Castle Communications
6 Old Maid In A Garret 2 audio iTunes 1967-04-28 Pye Records
7 Waxies Dargle 2 audio iTunes 1968-01-30 Pye Records
8 The Legend Of 43 audio iTunes Castle Music
9 The Tracks Of Sweeney 10 audio iTunes 1977 Transatlantic Records
10 Sweeney's Men 13 audio iTunes 1968 Transatlantic Records
11 Time Was Never Here 1968-69 22 audio iTunes 1992 Transatlantic Records

Sweeney's Men, the first Irish folk rock band was founded in 1967, taking their name from a character in Flann O'Brien's book "At Swim Two Birds". The members were Terry Woods (concertina, mandolin, banjo, vocals), Andy Irvine (vocals, mandolin, guitar, harmonica) and Johnny Moynihan (vocals, tin whistle, bouzouki). Moynihan was the first to use the bouzouki in Irish music. In 1968 the trio recorded their eponymous self-titled debut album. After that Irvine left to travel through Eastern Europe. He was replaced by the electric guitarist Henry McCullough, who had toured with Jimi Hendrix. They never recorded anything and their new guitarist left to play with Joe Cocker instead. Sweeney's Men were now a duo, if not two solo artists each trying to make a record of their own. The resultat, "The Tracks Of Sweeney" (1969), was the last LP they made. Both albums were re-released in 1992 on the CD "Time Was Never Here 1968-69".

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