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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
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Tir Na Nog
Ireland
 
 
Strong In The Sun (remastered) progressive folk

Enlarge this picture! A new remastered edition of the classic 1973 album "STRONG IN THE SUN” by TIR NA NOG. This legendary Progressive Folk duo featured the talents of LEO O’KELLY and SONNY CONDELL. Formed in Dublin in 1969, the duo travelled to London to make a name for themselves on the UK folk circuit, earning a contract with Chrysalis Records in 1970. Securing a support slot with Jethro Tull, TIR NA NOG came to the attention of a rock audience. The duo became a fixture on the concert circuit, opening for acts such as The Who, Elton John and Procol Harum and were also championed by John Peel. "STRONG IN THE SUN” was released to acclaim in 1973 and was produced by MATTHEW FISHER of PROCOL HARUM fame. The album was a step in a new direction for the band, adopting rock instrumentation. Nevertheless, the record ranks as one of the finest by the band.
This Esoteric Recordings reissue has been newly remastered from the original CHRYSALIS RECORDS master tapes and features the bonus track ‘THE MOUNTAIN AND I’ and a booklet that fully restores all original album artwork with a new essay.

- Sonny Condell / vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, pottery drums, jew's harp
- Leo O'Kelly / vocals, acoustic guitar, electric lead guitar, dulcimer, violin

Guests:
- Matthew Fisher / keyboards, production
- Brian Odgers, Dave Markee, Jim Ryan / bass
- Barry De Souza, Ace Follington, Jeff Jones / drums

1.Free Ride (3:05)
2.Whitestone Bridge (4:12)
3.Teesside (3:52)
4.Cinema (4:39)
5.Strong In The Sun (3:38)
6.The Wind Was High (3:20)
7.In The Morning (3:21)
8.Love Lost (3:19)
9.Most Magical (3:46)
10.Fall Of Day (2:32)
bonus track
1.The Mountain and I
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ECLEC 2351 CD 1973   17.00
 
 
Tear And a Smile (remastered) progressive folk

Enlarge this picture! A new remastered edition of the classic 1972 album "A TEAR AND A SMILE” by TIR NA NOG. This legendary Progressive Folk duo featured the talents of LEO O’KELLY and SONNY CONDELL. Formed in Dublin in 1969, the duo travelled to London to make a name for themselves on the UK folk circuit, earning a contract with Chrysalis Records in 1970. Securing a support slot with Jethro Tull, TIR NA NOG came to the attention of a rock audience. The duo became a fixture on the concert circuit, opening for acts such as The Who, Elton John and Procol Harum and were also championed by John Peel. "A TEAR AND A SMILE” was released to acclaim in 1972 and featured a host of original, haunting and emotive music.
This Esoteric Recordings reissue has been newly remastered from the original CHRYSALIS RECORDS master tapes and features two bonus tracks drawn from the band’s 1972 single and a booklet that fully restores all original album artwork with a new essay.

- Sonny Condell / vocals, guitar, clavinette, percussion
- Leo O'Kelly / vocals, guitar

Guests:
- Larry Steele / bass
- Barry De Souza / drums

1.Come And See The Show (3:17)
2.Down Day (5:50)
3.When I Came Down (4:33)
4.The Same Thing Happening (4:47)
5.Bluebottle Stew (2:19)
6.So Freely (3:33)
7.Hemisphere (2:15)
8.Lady Ocean (4:33)
9.Goodbye My Love (4:20)
10.Two White Horses (2:36)
bonus tracks
1.The Lady I Love
2.Heidi
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ECLEC 2350 CD 1972   17.00
 
 
Tir Na Nog (remastered) progressive folk

Enlarge this picture! A new remastered edition of the classic 1971 debut album by TIR NA NOG. This legendary Progressive Folk duo featured the talents of LEO O’KELLY and SONNY CONDELL. Formed in Dublin in 1969, the duo travelled to London to make a name for themselves on the UK folk circuit, earning a contract with Chrysalis Records in 1970. Securing a support slot with Jethro Tull, TIR NA NOG came to the attention of a rock audience. The duo became a fixture on the concert circuit, opening for acts such as The Who, Elton John and Procol Harum and were also championed by John Peel. In 1971 their self-titled debut album was released to acclaim, thanks to the wonderfully diverse compositions and music featured. TIR NA NOG was one of the most original and inspiring acts of their era.
This Esoteric Recordings reissue has been newly remastered from the original CHRYSALIS RECORDS master tapes and features two bonus tracks drawn from the band’s first single and a booklet that fully restores all original album artwork with a new essay.

- Sonny Condell / vocals, guitar, moroccan pottery drums, tablas, jews harp
- Leo O'Kelly / vocals, guitar, dulcimer, electric bass, tin whistle

Guests:
- Barry Dransfield / fiddle (4)
- Annie Crozier - psaltery (1)

1.Time Is Like A Promise (2:56)
2.Mariner Blues (4:12)
3.Daisy Lady (2:21)
4.Tír Na Nóg (5:20)
5.Aberdeen Angus (1:50)
6.Looking Up (4:51)
7.Boat Song (3:24)
8.Our Love Will Not Decay (3:04)
9.Hey Friend (3:01)
10.Dance Of Years (3:50)
11.Live A Day (3:04)
12.Piccadilly (5:35)
13.Dante (2:56)
bonus tracks
1.I'm Happy to Be
2.Let My Love Grow
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ECLEC 2357 CD 1971   17.00