Other records with Planxty. Formed in 1972 by Donal Lunny, Andy Irvine, Christy Moore and Liam O'Flynn, the band broke up in 1975 but reformed in July, 1979. From 18 to 30 June 1979, Planxty recorded their fourth album, After the Break, at the Windmill Lane Studios in Dublin, produced by Lunny and released on the Tara Records label. Planxty "Planxty" 1973***** Planxty are considered largely responsible (together with the Dubliners and Chieftains) for the rebirth of traditional Irish music in the late 60's/early 70's and subsequent ubiquity of Celtic rhythms and melodies in pop music. 12 tracks (42:58). Planxty playing live at the National Stadium in Dublin in 1972. Sweet Thames Flow Softly 4:15 05. Molloy would leave the group to join The Chieftains shortly after the album was recorded, and remains with them to this day. They did their first British tour in the Spring of 1973 … Arthur McBride 2:56 03. Listen free to Planxty – Planxty (Raggle Taggle Gypsy / Tabhair Dom Do Lámh, Arthur McBride and more). Planxty reunion. It includes a 17-track CD and a 36-track DVD with over two hours of previously unreleased footage (1972–1982) from RTÉ archives. With Planxty. 1973 in country music; 1973 in heavy metal music; 1973 in jazz; Events January–April. Planxty ‎- Planxty Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz | 900mb Lacquer Cut At Phonodisc Ltd. Label: Polydor/2383 186 | Released: 1973 | Genre: Irish-Folk Essential: a masterpiece of Folk music. Recorded live at Vicar Street, Dublin in January/February 2004.

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Planxty (1973) The Well Below the Valley (1973) Cold Blow and the Rainy Night (1974) The Planxty Collection (1974, compilation) After The Break (1979) The Woman I Loved So Well (1980) Words and Music (1983) Planxty/Live 2004 CD/DVD (2004) Between the Jigs and the Reels: A Retrospective CD/DVD (2016) With Andy Irvine They did their first British tour in the Spring of 1973 … Planxty (1973) The Well Below the Valley (1973) Cold Blow and the Rainy Night (1974) After The Break (1979) High Kings of Tara (1980) – Planxty & various artists; The Woman I Loved So Well (1980) Live at Olympia Theatre, Dublin (1980) – Cassette; withdrawn shortly after release; Words & Music (1983) Arís! View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1982 Vinyl release of Live 1973 on Discogs. Very quiet for a live recording, full sound in the lows and the highs get a bit loud. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times. The album features a variety of traditional and modern Irish folk songs and tunes. The album features a variety of traditional and modern Irish folk songs and tunes. Formed in 1972 by Donal Lunny, Andy Irvine, Christy Moore and Liam O'Flynn, the band broke up in 1975 but reformed in July, 1979. Gram Parsons may have been one of rock's first great trust fund hippies, but he couldn't match the kind of paycheck Elvis Presley was able to offer for a Vegas gig. On 18 June 1973 the RTÉ television series ‘The Music Makers’ featured Planxty live at the National Stadium in Dublin. Planxty Irwin 2:19 04. They did their first British tour in the Spring of 1973 … Planxty is the first album by the Irish folk group Planxty, released in 1973. 1973 in British music; 1973 in Norwegian music; Specific genres. Between the Jigs and the Reels: A Retrospective is a two-disc anthology by the Irish folk band Planxty. 25-nov-2017 - When first unto this country.... - Planxty 1973. Raggle Taggle Gypsy - Tabhair Dom Do Lámh 4:31 02. Various Artists, Kertalg 73: 2 eme Festival Pop' Celtic, 2 LP, Barclay CPF 920 452, 1973. : 129. Junior Crehan's Favourite - Corney is Coming 2:41 06. only issue I have is the bit of harshness in the S on some tracks which is likely from the source material. Formed in 1972 by Donal Lunny, Andy Irvine, Christy Moore and Liam O'Flynn, the band broke up in 1975 but reformed in July, 1979. Various Artists, 3. Planxty debuted in April the same year and soon released the powerful self titled debut album which mixed edgy and fired up (and even controversial) traditional music with a rock sensibility. A superb, seminal album that encapsulated the 1970s roots return, this eponymous Planxty record contains the essential Planxty lineup: Donal Lunny (who also was a member of The Bothy Band), Andy Irvine, Liam O'Flynn and Christie Moore. Listen free to Planxty – Planxty (Raggle Taggle Gypsy / Tabhair Dom Do Lámh, Arthur McBride and more). On CD and DVD. Specific locations. They did their first British tour in the Spring of 1973 after releasing "The Cliffs of Doneen." The album features a variety of traditional and modern Irish folk songs and tunes. Because of its dark cover, it is sometimes referred to as "the Black Album."

Author Leagues O'Toole has written that the album "crystallises the 1972 set" performed live by the band during their first year of touring.

12 tracks (42:58). With Planxty. Planxty "Planxty" 1973***** Planxty are considered largely responsible (together with the Dubliners and Chieftains) for the rebirth of traditional Irish music in the late 60's/early 70's and subsequent ubiquity of Celtic rhythms and melodies in pop music. The West Coast of Claire 5:36 07.