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Thin Lizzy Black Rose (Roisin Dubh)

Started this discussion. Last reply by professor moriarty Feb 11. 1 Reply

Some of you may be familiar with an Irish rock band named Thin Lizzy. In 1979 they did an album called Black Rose: A Rock Legend, in which the title track was an homage to traditional music,…Continue

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professor moriarty replied to Graeme Stroud's discussion Thin Lizzy Black Rose (Roisin Dubh)
"Thin Lizzy is a rock group nothing to do with Irish folk/trad music. the Dubliners were the original singers of whiskey and the jar Irish folk music was the greatest in the world started in Dublin in the 1970/80"
Feb 11
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Thin Lizzy Black Rose (Roisin Dubh)

Some of you may be familiar with an Irish rock band named Thin Lizzy. In 1979 they did an album called Black Rose: A Rock Legend, in which the title track was an homage to traditional music, especially Irish folk. It included sections from a number of old songs, but I am having trouble tracing the source of some of them! If anyone can help me identify them all, I would be grateful. The song is posted in several places on Youtube.com if that helps.The first minute and a quarter is original as…See More
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