Label: Dolphin Records (6) - none • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk
Everythin' was goin' to plan; The Crack was Ninety in the Isle of Man. The Isle of Man woman fancied Whack; Your man stood there till his mates came back Whack! they all whacked into Whack, and Whack was whacked out on his back. The police force arrived as well, Banjoed a couple of them as well, Landed up in the Douglas jail, until the Dublin boat did sail, Deported every man, The Crack was Ninety in the Isle of Man.
A Song For Ireland: Jolly Beggarmen – Tripping Up The Stairs: Paddy Reilly – The Crack Was Ninety In The Isle Of Man: Any Old Time (2) – The Field Behind The Plough: Fair Isle Folk – Raglan Road: Johnny McEvoy – Where My Eileen Is Waiting For Me: Barleycorn – A Man You Don't Meet Everyday: 5/5(1).
“The craic was ninety on the Isle of Man," warbles Christy Moore in a well-known ditty (ninety = mighty). "What is this craic and why is everybody having it or looking for it?" visitors to Ireland often ask with raised eyebrows (their tone suggesting that the entire Irish population should get to a detox clinic as soon as possible).
The Crack Was Ninety in the Isle of Man Black Is the Colour One Last Cold Kiss order no: Tara TBC 1A, TBC 1B, TBC 1C various gigs date: tracks: A-side: Hey Sandy CD WEA also WEA Ireland There are apparently two versions of this album. On one version, the song "They Never Came Home" is replaced with "Another Song.
· · Purchased as a gift after purchasing this product a year or two ago. Seller was very responsive to deal with. The musical selections are delightful. Unlike most compilation / collections, the selections are all winners. If you enjoy this Celtic music this album is a must. Perhaps one of the best Irish music recordings available/5(37).
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