Martin Beal - My Irish Eyes flac mp3
His most recent CD, "Smile," features uplifting Jazz standards in a small group setting. Martin Beal with A Touch of Brass" features Martin performing Big Band Swing. My Irish Eyes" features Martin singing a dozen iconic Irish Folk songs.
Songs: Martin Beal - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling 02:53. Martin Beal - One Last Cold Kiss 03:28. Martin Beal - The Parting Glass 01:47. Martin Beal - A Little Bit of Heaven 02:25. Martin Beal - The Jolly Beggarman 02:30. Martin Beal - Rare Ould Times 03:04. Martin Beal - Johnny Jump Up 03:40. Martin Beal - The Foggy, Foggy Dew 02:15. Martin Beal - Will Ye Go, Lassie, Go? 06:19. Martin Beal - Sweet Molly Malone 03:34.
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling. Let Me Be Me. Martin Beal. Martin Beal with a Touch Of Brass.
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When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (album). Redirected from When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (Bing Crosby album)). When Irish Eyes Are Smiling is a Decca Records album by Bing Crosby of songs with an Irish theme. It was issued as a 10 LP as catalog N. L 5403. Some of the songs had earlier been issued as a 3-disc 45rpm set (9-89). A later 12 LP version with the same title was issued in 1956 as DL8262 with a different selection of songs.
Artists: Cliver Barnes. Tracks count: 11. Views: 4. Tony Davis, Jimmy Crowley, Ian Date, Roger Date, Pat MacNamara, Cliver Barnes - Red Sails in the Sunset 03:34.
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" is a lighthearted song in tribute to Ireland. Its lyrics were written by Chauncey Olcott and George Graff, J. set to music composed by Ernest Ball, for Olcott's production of The Isle O' Dreams, and Olcott sang the song in the show. It was first published in 1912, at a time when songs in tribute to a romanticized Ireland were very numerous and popular both in Britain and the United States. During the First World War the famous tenor John McCormack recorded the song.
|1||When Irish Eyes Are Smiling||Martin Beal||2:53|
|2||One Last Cold Kiss||Martin Beal||3:28|
|3||The Parting Glass||Martin Beal||1:47|
|4||A Little Bit of Heaven||Martin Beal||2:25|
|5||The Jolly Beggarman||Martin Beal||2:30|
|6||Rare Ould Times||Martin Beal||3:04|
|7||Johnny Jump Up||Martin Beal||3:40|
|8||The Foggy, Foggy Dew||Martin Beal||2:15|
|9||Will Ye Go, Lassie, Go?||Martin Beal||6:19|
|10||Sweet Molly Malone||Martin Beal||3:34|
|11||Tramps and Hawkers||Martin Beal||3:46|
|12||Oh, Danny Boy||Martin Beal||3:04|