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Dunfords Fancy - The Waterboys - Fishermans Blues (CD, Album)

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  1. Dunford's Fancy ( Remastered Version) 6. The Stolen Child ( Remastered Version) The Waterboys' classic album Fisherman's Blues was first released in October , and features the singles ‘Fisherman’s Blues’ and ‘And A Bang On The Ear’. Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. out of 5 Fisherman's Blues is an /5().
  2. Fisherman's Blues, an Album by The Waterboys. Released in on Ensign (catalog no. ; Cassette). Genres: Celtic Rock, Folk Rock.
  3. inspired by Robert Parker’s s mod / northern soul classic, this is a song, genre-defying album, testament to the enduring talents of the band&rsquo The Waterboys OUT OF ALL THIS BLUE.
  4. Nevertheless, the album is the Waterboys ' warmest and most rewarding record, boasting a handful of fine songs ("And a Bang on the Ear," the ominous "We Will Not Be Lovers," "Has Anybody Here Seen Hank?," and the title track), as well as a surprisingly successful cover of Van Morrison 's breathtaking "Sweet Thing.".
  5. This is probably the most beautiful and perfect CD ever. Everything about this album stirs up so many emotions while listening to it. Songs like "We Will Not Be Lovers" and "World Party" are faster, but still perfectly crafted. "Fishermans Blues" is by far the best track on here. The lyrics are just amazing. It really paints a picture in my remistforsaleclinsregonexluesempho.xyzinfos:
  6. this is on Steves Solo CD Geronimo, but the more well known version is from his time with the Waterboys; its on their album Fishermans Blues. John Dunford was a Sound man/producer during the fishermans blues period - this tune was named after his brother Stephen first attempt at remistforsaleclinsregonexluesempho.xyzinfo forgive me if its a bit off. #.
  7. Fisherman's Blues is an excellent cd. But disc 2, which is supposedly made up of excess material recorded at the same time and not deemed good enough for the original album is absolutely stunning and is easily the best music put out by Mike Scott ever/5().
  8. Fisherman's Blues is an excellent cd. But disc 2, which is supposedly made up of excess material recorded at the same time and not deemed good enough for the original album is absolutely stunning and is easily the best music put out by Mike Scott ever/5(97).
  9. The first sound on the Waterboys' fourth album is a spirited fiddle; the first sound to escape Mike Scott's mouth a life-filled whoop; the last song a gently moving reading of the Irish poet W.B. Yeats's "Stolen Child," featuring passages spoken by Tomás McKeown, a Galway-bred traditional singer.

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