Mícheál Ó Domhnaill (from Bothy Band) - Casadh an tSugain 1979 - As I roved out

The song is a love song sung by a boy of the wrong class or religion to a girl, after he's come visiting, and has been put winding the straw rope with her, s...

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Comment by Phil Allender on April 17, 2012 at 3:44

What a wondrous feeling I have here,  with the opportunity to hear the sound that turned me onto the Bothy Band some 38 years ago, and starting me to love all aspects of irish traditional music. Michael had the sound, and the good fortune of a "blessed family of fine musicians"
around him.

"And he sat and he played in a dream, and thought not of evil chance"

Thanks,
to Paul Harrigan

Comment by Jan Johannes Doff on April 16, 2012 at 17:43

Fantastic song! I wish I had some English lyrics on this melody. Anyone? Thanks for posting!

Comment by Paul Harrigan on April 16, 2012 at 1:21

I was fortunate and blessed to hear Micheal sing this one night, in a small pub in Inishowen. A gentleman. RIP.

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