Q. What are the three greatest mouth-noises in FDN XX?

A. Not difficult to tell. To wit; the vainglorious manly-man shout of Throllmas of Trollech, the heart-rending soulwail of Patty Waters and the soul-soothing tongue-rolled musical warble-diddles of Paddy Tunney.

Q. Is that the extent of FDN XX?

A. Not difficult to tell. No. Many are the many-noised noises besides. To wit; Cath and Phil Tyler, Caoimhe Hogarty, Liam Óg O’Flynn, Séamus Heaney, Louis Jordan, Barra MacEochaidh, Fionn Mac Cumhail, Jimmy O’Dea, DJackulate, Christy Moore, Nina Simone and Neillidh Boyle. É mo Scél.


Cath and Phil Tyler - Loves Old Sweet Song

Caoimhe Hogarty - The Dublin Murder Ballad

Liam Óg O'Flynn - The Yellow Bittern / The Broken Pledge

Seamus Heaney - The Yellow Bittern

Louis Jordan - What's the Use in Getting Sober (When You gong to Get Drunk Again)

Seamus Heaney - Scél lem Duib

Barra Mac Eochaidh - Scél Lem Duib

Trollech - Scél Lem Duib

Jimmy O'Dea - Rathgar

DJackulate - Lilt

Christy Moore - Black is the Colour

Nina Simone and Emil Latimer - Black is the Colour of my True Love's Hair

Patty Waters - Black is the Colour of my True Love's Hair

Liam Óg O'Flynn - the Rollin Wave / The Hag's Money

Neillidh Boyle - The Man in the Graveyard


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