Mourne Rambler - The Sands Family - Folk From The Mournes (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. MOUNTAINS O' MOURNE Performed by Don McLean Tab transcribed by Collins Crapo Time: 3/4 G C Am Oh, Mary, this London's a wonderful sight D7 G With people here working by day and by night C Am.
  2. Feb 19,  · After the Morning is the sixth album by Irish band The Sands Family and the first recorded after the death of Eugene Sands who was killed in November in a motor accident in Germany.[1] It was released in in Ireland by EMI Ireland and produced by Leo O'Kelly.
  3. The Mourne Mountains in County Down are famous for a lot of things. Challenging peaks, gentle slopes and crystalline lakes. Beauty comes easily to the Mournes, but there’s also a childish joy about the place. Think of the 28 peaks as a natural playground. Rising highest above its siblings at around metres, Slieve Donard is the tallest peak.
  4. Mourne Mountains. Events Experiences Top Tips Activity Providers. Top Tips for Family Fun in the Mourne Mountains. Known as the ‘Gateway to the Mournes’ the seaside town of Newcastle is home to Northern Ireland's highest mountain range. A popular hub of activity you won't have to stray too far from the town before the adventure really begins.
  5. Explore releases from The Sands Family at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Sands Family at the Discogs Marketplace. The Sands Family: Folk From The Mournes ‎ (LP, Album) Outlet: OAS UK: The Sands Family - Misty Mourne Shore ‎ (7.
  6. Mourne Rambler, a song by The Sands Family on Spotify. Featured on Folk from the Mournes. More by The Sands Family. Keep On Singing. Hope is in the Morning. St. Patrick's Day Collection - 60 Irish Favourites. Greatest Folk Hits from Ireland. Festival Of Irish Folk Music - Volume 2. More The Sands Family. Listen to The Sands Family now.
  7. The lyrics to the song The Mountains of Mourne (originally spelt The Mountains o' Mourne) were written by Irish musician Percy French (–), the music was composed by Houston Collisson (–). Another theory is that it is based on the traditional Irish folk tune "Carrigdonn" or "Carrigdhoun". The latter was the same tune used by Thomas Moore (–) for his song .
  8. Looking west along the Mourne Wall Built over 18 years between and , the mile Mourne Wall encloses acres of land which drains into the Silent Valley and Ben Crom reservoirs. The wall covers plus feet of ascent, rising and falling over 15 mountains including Slieve Donard, Slieve Commedagh and the ever popular Slieve Binnian.

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