Flying Column – Four Green Fields -1971 Folk (vinyl) UK Import
Flying Column – Four Green Fields -1971 Folk (vinyl)
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Eamonn Largey was the lead vocalist of the group and the founder, along with Paddy McGoldrick on tin whistle and vocals, and they were joined by Barney Evans on guitar and Sean Kelly on 5 string banjo. Kathleen McCready, who later married Eamonn and took his name, regularly appeared as a guest with the group at various gigs and on their albums.
Barney and Sean, who featured on the group’s first album, left the group in 1971 – Barney for health reasons and Sean to move to Cork. They were replaced by Benny and Paul for the second album. Other members of the group sometimes included John Delaney and Bill Tierney.
Eamonn died in 1973 and Kathleen as a result of cancer in 1979.
Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 8 crease on edge of album
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 - 10
side 2 - 10
BIN # *51
|A1||Four Green Fields|
|A4||Dirty Old Town|
|A5||Medley : The Boys Of Wexford, The Bold Fenian Men, Sean Sabhat|
|B1||Johnston's Motor Car|
|B3||Golden Jubilee / An Old Maid In A Garrett|
|B4||The Castle Of Dromore|
|B5||Legion Of The Rearguard|
|B6||The Song Of The Dawn|