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The Dubliners - Black Velvet Band download mp3 album
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Black Velvet Band
Style:
Celtic
Released:
1989
Country:
UK
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1962 mb
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1292 mb
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1213 mb
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The Black Velvet Band" (Roud number 2146) is a traditional folk song collected from singers in Ireland, Australia, England, Canada and the United States describing how a young man is tricked and then sentenced to transportation to Australia, a common punishment in the British Empire during the 19th century. Versions were also published on broadsides. The narrator is bound apprentice in a town (which varies in different versions). He becomes romantically involved with a young woman.

Lyrics to "The Black Velvet Band" song by The Dubliners: In a neat little town they called Belfast Apprenticed to trade I was bound And many an hour's sweet. swan And her hair, it hung over her shoulder Tied up with a black velvet band Her eyes they shone like diamonds I thought her the queen of the land And her hair, it hung over her shoulder Tied up with a black velvet band I took a stroll with this pretty fair maid And a gentleman passing us by Well, I knew

The Dubliners - Black Velvet Band. G. C. D. In a neat little town they call Belfast, Apprenticed to trade I was bound. And her hair it hung over her shoulder, Tied up with the Black Velvet Band. I took a stroll with this pretty fair maid, And the gentleman passing us by.

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In a neat little town they called Belfast. Apprentice to trade I was bound. Betrayed by the black velvet band. Her eyes they shone like diamonds. I thought her the queen of the land. And her hair, it hung over her shoulder. Tied up with a black velvet band. I took a stroll down broadway. Meaning not long for to stay.

The Black Velvet Band. Single by The Dubliners. Maloney Wants a Drink". The Dubliners version, possibly the best known, is slightly adapted from a version recorded by Ewan MacColl from the Norfolk singer Harry Cox in 1955, and recorded by MacColl and Peggy Seegar on their 1964 LP "Chorus from the Gallows". Illegal chart entered European28. 4. UK Singles (Official Charts Company).

Tracklist

A1 Muirsheen Durkin'
A2 Kelly, The Boy From Killan
A3 The Old Triangle
A4 A Nation Once Again
A5 Paddy's Gone To France/Skylark
A6 Galway Races
B1 Seven Drunken Nights
B2 Flop Eared Mule
B3 Croppy Boy
B4 Peggy Gordon
B5 Mormon Braes
C1 Black Velvet Band
C2 Whiskey On A Sunday
C3 Navvy Boots
C4 Whiskey In The Jar
C5 Maid When You're Young
C6 McAlpines Fusiliers
C7 Cork Hornpipe
D1 I Wish I Were Back In Liverpool
D2 The Pipers Chair/Bill Harts Jig/The Nights Of St. Patrick
D3 Many Young Men Of Twenty
D4 McCafferty
D5 Rattling, Roaring Willie
D6 The Partin' Glass

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5015773910444

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VSOP CD135 The Dubliners Black Velvet Band ‎(CD, Comp) Connoisseur Collection VSOP CD135 UK 1989