Banished Misfortune - The Peelers (2) - Banish Misfortune (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Three recordings of Banish Misfortune With The Cliffs Of Moher. Banish Misfortune (jig) is also known as Banished Misfortune, Díbir Anachain, Díbir Mí-Ádh, The Horse Under The Stairs, The Humours Of Mullinafauna, The Little Bag Of Meal, Mammy’s Horse Is Dying, The Mangled Badger, Ruaig An Mí-ádh, The Stoat That Ate Me Sandals, The Whore Amongst The Nettles Roaring.
  2. Nov 24,  · The Peelers "Banished Misfortune" (UK Folk ) Early '70's hippie UK folk trio who released this album in Very much in the "tradition" of the genre the group perform assorted tunes new and old using acoustric instruments such as dulcimer, banjo, Tin Whistle, guitar and concertina. Excellent period folkie artwork as well.
  3. Peelers - Banished Misfortune: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Dalesman's Litany: A2: Old Woman In Cotton: A3: Ramblin' Robin: A4: Paddy's Green / Shamrock Shore: A5: Bleacher Lassie: B1: Broken Down Squatter: B2: The Night Before Larry Was Stretched See more tracks.
  4. Their album Banished Misfortune is a masterpiece. They split but reformed again in the late 70s, recording a series of singles, some of which were produced by Phil Chevron. More details to follow.
  5. One recording of Banish Misfortune With The Trip To Killarney. Banish Misfortune (jig) is also known as Banished Misfortune, Díbir Anachain, Díbir Mí-Ádh, The Horse Under The Stairs, The Humours Of Mullinafauna, The Little Bag Of Meal, Mammy’s Horse Is Dying, The Mangled Badger, Ruaig An Mí-ádh, The Stoat That Ate Me Sandals, The Whore Amongst The Nettles Roaring.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Banish Misfortune - Mithril on AllMusic -
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Banish Misfortune on Discogs. Label: June Appal Recordings - JA ,June Appal Recordings - JA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk/5(19).
  8. Oct 04,  · The Peelers "Banished Misfortune" (UK Folk ) Early '70's hippie UK folk trio who released this album in Very much in the "tradition" of the genre the group perform assorted tunes new and old using acoustric instruments such as dulcimer, banjo, Tin Whistle, guitar and concertina. Excellent period folkie artwork as well.
  9. Five recordings of Banish Misfortune With The Blarney Pilgrim. Banish Misfortune (jig) is also known as Banished Misfortune, Díbir Anachain, Díbir Mí-Ádh, The Horse Under The Stairs, The Humours Of Mullinafauna, The Little Bag Of Meal, Mammy’s Horse Is Dying, The Mangled Badger, Ruaig An Mí-ádh, The Stoat That Ate Me Sandals, The Whore Amongst The Nettles Roaring.

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