Corkman Seán O' Sé first came to prominence through his recording of An Poc ar Buile with Seán O' Riada. Today, many years later he remains one of the most enduring talents on the Irish scene
. 1. THE NIGHTINGALE (Trad) The universal saga of the wandering soldier with a wife and family in his own country. 2. BACACH BUÍ NA LEIGE (Trad) This lively ballad regales the saga of the wandering beggar and the lady of the alehouse 3. GALWAY BAY (Trad) Galway, on the western seabird has for centuries endured the pain of emigration, which is keenly expressed in this great ballad. 4. THE REAL OLD MOUNTAIN DEW (Trad) A lively ditty in praise of that most potent Irish brew, illicit though it may be - potion. 5. WHAT WILL YOU DO LOVE (S.Lovett) A sentimental Irish drawingroom ballad composed by Samuel Lovett. 6. COME BACK LISA Sean O Se strays a little to include this Harry Belafonte song. 7. THE BANKS OF MY OWN LOVELY LEE (A & JC Shanahan) If, as Corkionans hold, Cork is the real capital of Ireland then this must be the real National Anthem. 8. CILL MHUIRE (Trad) This song sings the praises of Kilmurray near Macroom in Co. Cork. 9. THE GREEN GLENS OF ANTRIM (Trad) This haunting song sings the praises of Antrim's breathtaking glens. 10. THE WORK OF THE WEAVER (Trad) The title gives us a clue to the subject matter of this lilting Scottish ballad. 11. THE ROSE OF ARRANMORE (Trad) Another emigration song - this time the author vows to return home to the island of Arranmore to claim the love of his life. 12. BEAUTIFUL CITY (Trad) Some Cork folk think this should be the Anthem.
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