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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by EasterRoad1980, May 26, 2020.
I listen to them sometimes.
Nick Cave for me, genius.
It’s essential that we don’t forget Ireland’s contribution to the world of popular music;
But last, and most definitely least...
That **** Bono
Stiff Little Fingers, The Undertones, Van Morrison and the very staunch James Galway.
The Paddies have done alright.
@Ciaran to confirm
The first three are all from Ulster iirc.
Which only really leaves Thin Lizzy for the Republic.
Irish is Irish my friend.
Unless it's a Celtic fan of course.
Not forgetting Rory Gallagher who paved the way for many of the above.
Rory was a bit of a legend tbf.
Being a close personal friend of SLFers I can vouch for their Belfastness
Chalky arr lar
What about Dana for the Oirish?
The composer Arnold Bax, was born in England, but was lured by the heady world, of W B Yeats and wrote some beautiful tone poems, that had a distinct Gaelic feel to them.
Van Morrison is no bad for a proddie
That's another obnoxious short arsed ****ing prick I detest.
Horrible human being, **** music, **** voice.
I'm getting the impression you don't think that's it's a marvellous night for a moondance?
Said that to him a few times but haven't told him lately.