Andy sings and plays Hurdy Gurdy with Paul & Donal in 1976.
when broken shells make Christmas bells...
From The Well Below the Valley.
Andy sings his version and plays Hurdy Gurdy while Christy knocks one out on the Harmonium. Recorded in Monkstown, Co. Dublin
As I roved out on a bright May morning To view the meadows and flowers gay Whom should I spy but my own true lover As she sat
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Planxty: As I Roved Out -- (Traditional), 1973. ꜜ ꜜ ꜜ CD: Planxty -- "The Well Below the Valley" -- (1973) Christy Moore: Vocal,
from Folk from the Seventies BBC Northern Ireland 1991.
Live at the National Stadium, Dublin 1973.
Planxty Live 2004 Little Musgrave.
Lyrics: And who are you, me pretty fair maid, and who are you, me honey? And who are you, me pretty fair maid, and who are you,
Planxty from the Abbey tavern in Howth 1980.
Planxty on "Late Late Show" Also go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5A4cjUOzq4.
Follow Me Up To Carlow by Planxty with lyrics.
CLIFFS OF DOONEEN LYRICS You may travel far far from your own native home Far away oer the mountains far away oer the foam
Taken from their live show in Vicar Street 2004.
Planxty reunion 2004.
Andy sings the Jolly Beggar from the Abbey tavern in Howth in 1980.
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Here's my arrangement of a well-known Irish song, most notably done by Planxty. Enjoy!
Andy Irvine at Mighty Fine Guitars, Lafayette, CA, September 2012. A Vortex Production, filmed and edited by Jeff Peach. Song lyrics
Recorded 1984 in Santa Barbara (with permission).
Someone recently asked if I could post the chords that I use for this song. Basically, the answer is no - they're Capo 2: Em Dsus4 G,
Andy Irvine version.
A Cover of Planxty or Andy Irvine's As I Roved Out.
This is one of my all time favourites, As I roved out on a bright May morning, To view the meadows and flowers gay, Whom should I
this song is from the planxty album 'the well below the valley'. the main melody is actually played on the pipes, which i'm following
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