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Download Johnny Cope (Song & Horn Pipe) - Planxty - Cold Blow And The Rainy Night (Cassette)
Label: Polydor - 3170 201 • Format: Cassette • Country: UK & Ireland • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Celtic, Folk


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8 Replies to “ Johnny Cope (Song & Horn Pipe) - Planxty - Cold Blow And The Rainy Night (Cassette) ”

  1. Tausar says:
    Cold blow the rainy night Oh let me in the soldier cried I'll not go back again - O My father's walking on the street My mother the chamber keys do keep The doors and windows, they do creak I dare not let you in - O Let me in the soldier cried Cold blow and the rainy night O let me in the soldier cried For I'll not go back again - O.
  2. Tazragore says:
    Planxty Johnny Cope lyrics: / Hey Johnny Cope are ye walking yet / or are your drums a beating y.
  3. Vusar says:
    Irish stalwarts Planxty begin Cold Blow and the Rainy Night-- their third record for Shanachie -- with a rousing version of the Scottish battlefield classic "Johnnie Cope."It's a fitting opening to a record that essentially rounded out their recording heyday as the members splintered off to form equally influential Celtic acts like the Bothy Band, Moving Hearts, and De Danann.
  4. Gardashura says:
    johnny cope The tune is still played by Scottish regiments as their reveille. It is a satirical melody which commemorates the Jacobite rebellion when Sir John Cope and the English were defeated by the Scots under Bonnie Prince Charlie at the Battle of Prestonpans, on the 22nd of September,
  5. Faut says:
    Johnny Cope (Robert Burns) Sir John Cope trode the north right far, Yet ne'er a rebel he cam naur, Until he landed at Dunbar Right early in a morning. CHORUS Hey Johnie Cope are ye wauking yet, Or are ye sleeping I would wit: O haste ye get up for the drums do beat, Of fye Cope rise in the morning. He wrote a challenge for Dunbar.
  6. Tuzuru says:
    Johnny Cope (Song & Horn Pipe) 2: Polkas: Dennis Murphy's Polka - The £42 Cheque - John Ryan's Polka: 3: Cold Blow And The Rainy Night: 4 "P" Stands For Paddy, I Suppose: 5: Reels: The Old Torn Petticoat - The Dublin Reel - The Wind That Shakes The Barley: 6: Bǎneasǎ's Green Glade: 7: Mominsko Horo: 8: The Little Drummer: 9: The Lakes /5(6).
  7. Zugul says:
    Hey Johnny Cope are ye walking yet or are your drums a beating yet If ye were walking I would wait tae gang tae the coals in the morning Fye now Johnny get up a' rin The Highland bagpipes mak' a din Its better tae Sleep in a hale skin for it will be a bloody morning When Johnny Cope tae Dunbar cam' the spiered at him Where's a your men.
  8. Moogulabar says:
    Planxty was an Irish folk music band consisting of soon-to-be-legendary musicians Christy Moore (vocals, acoustic guitar, bodhrán), Dónal Lunny (bouzouki, guitars), Andy Irvine (mandolin, mandola, bouzouki, hurdy-gurdy, harmonica), and Liam O'Flynn (uilleann pipes, tin whistle). The band was formed in , and quickly revolutionized and popularized Irish folk music, touring and recording to.

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