THE IRISH UPRISING 1916-1922 2x LP Boxed Set+2 Booklets

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  • Sold Date: Apr 15, 2009
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THE IRISH UPRISING 1916-1922 2x LP Boxed Set+2 Booklets

Welcome to the CBS Legacy Collection and its special boxed set release

" The Irish Uprising 1916-1922 "

Rego Record Label, Catalog# P2-15279 . This is an original catalog release # IL-1622 from the Irish Life series.

Original boxed set with two plain record sleeves. Includes a 24-page book with historicl photographs and text by Frank O'Connor, as well as a CBS program sheet narrated by Charles Kuralt.

Item's Condition:

Vinyl - VG++ / VG+ - Two extraordinary vinyls with a smooth lustre and tremendous shine! Record 1, Side 1 is VG+ due to the presence of some light sleeve scuffs which do not hinder sound quality or play.

Cover - VG+ - This embossed, textured cover remains functional, though the corners have been reinforced with tape. The lid and bottom are separate, and not attached to each other.

Record 1, Side 1:

The Soldier's Song (Clancy Brothers - Tommy Makem) Padraig Pearse Oration at the Grave of O'Donovan-Rossa The Bold Fenian Men (sung by Brandon O'Dúill) From an Interview by Sean T. O'Kelly From a Speech by Eamon DeValera Lonely Banna Strand (sung by Kay Hart) Eamon DeValera From the Rebel (read by Tommy Makem) The Tri-Color Ribbon (sung by Anne Byrne) The Rising of the Moon (sung by Tom Clancy) The Proclamation of 1916 (read by Donal Donnelly)

Record 1, Side 2:

Wrap the Green Flag Round Us Boys (sung by Tommy Makem & the Clancy Brothers) From an Interview with Mrs. Eileen O'Hanrahan Reilly Rory Bregha Sean Harling Who Fears to Speak of Easter Week (Clancy Brothers - Tommy Makem) "Easter 1916" (read by Tom Clancy) Tipperary So Far Away (Tom Clancy) The Rose Tree (read by Ed Golden) Down by the Glenside (sung by Kay Hart) From the Drum Under the Window (read by Liam Clancy) The West's Asleep (sung by Anne Byrne, Brendan O'Dúill and the Abbey Tavern Singers)

Record 2, Side 1:

Padraig Pearse's Surrender Order - April 1916 (read by Daniel Callahan) The Foggy Dew (sung by Pat Clancy/Clancy Brothers - Tommy Makem) From "16 Dead Men" (read by Tom Clancy) The Dying Rebel (sung by Kay Hart) The Mother (read by Deirdre O'Meara) Eamon DeValera The Grand Ould Dame Brittania (sung by Tommy Makem) From an Interview with Sean T. O'Kelly Joseph Clarke Sean Harling Frank Sherwin Johnson's Motor Car (sung by Clancy Brothers & Tom Makem) The Valley of Knockanure (sung by Liam Clancy) Eamon DeValera Sean Mooney Sean Harling Green on the Green (sung by Liam Clancy, Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem)

Record 2, Side 2:

Boys from the County Cork (Tommy Makem & Clancy Brothers) Kevin Barry (Liam Clancy) The Manifests of Sein Fein (read by Eamon Kelly) Eamon DeValera Shall My Soul Pass Through Old Ireland (sung by Anne Byrne) From An Interview with Rory Brugha From An Interview with Sean Moony An Durd Fainne (sung by Liam Clancy, Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem) From An Interview with Sean Harling From "The Fool" (read by Donal Donnelly) A Nation Once Again (Tommy Makem & The Clancy Brothers) A Message by Eamon DeValera on the 50th Anniversary of the Rising The Soldier's Song (sung by Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem)

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