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The Fureys & Davey Arthur - Live! download mp3 album
Album:
Live!
Style:
Folk
Released:
2003
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1214 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1936 mb
WMA vers. size:
1674 mb
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9 The Fureys and Davey Arthur. They eventually simplified their name to The Fureys and Davey Arthur (and just The Fureys when Arthur did not perform with them). In 1981, The Fureys released their most successful single "When You Were Sweet Sixteen", becoming a worldwide hit, reaching No. 14 on the UK Singles Chart, No. 1 on the Irish Singles Chart and No. 9 on the Australian Singles Chart. The Green Fields of France" also gave them an Irish No. 1, remaining in the single charts for twenty eight. I Live Not Where I Love, Intercord, 1975. The Farewell Album, Intercord, 1976. I Know Where I'm Going, 1976, (with Paddie Bell). The Town Is Not Their Own, HPE, 1981.

Davey Arthur & The Fureys. 11 Songs, 53 Minutes.

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The Fureys & Davy Arthur Live. Released by Arran Records Jan 2007 11 Tracks. The Fureys & Davy Arthur Live is a English album released on Jan 2007. The Fureys & Davy Arthur Live Album has 11 songs sung by Davey Arthur, The Fureys. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Fureys & Davy Arthur Live songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.

Davey Arthur left the group in 1993 (though he returned for a number of recordings until he had a stroke in 2014) and they continued as The Fureys.