The Johnstons - Streets Of London album flac
- Album: Streets Of London
- FLAC: 1735 mb | MP3: 1328 mb
- Released: 1978
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 188
- Format: VOC VQF TTA DTS MP4 APE MIDI
|A3||If I Sang My Song|
|A4||Streets Of London|
|A5||The Story Of Isaac|
|A7||Give A Damn|
|B1||Both Sides Now|
|B3||If I Could|
|B4||The Wind In My Hands|
|B5||The Flower Of Northumberland|
|B6||Continental Trailways Bus|
|B7||The Tunnel Tigers|
NotesIrish only release .. one tract difference to 'Anthology' Compilation LP - Track 4 Side A
Also release as a vinyl LP - cat. No. SOLP 1004
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The Johnstons began performing in the early 1960s in Slane. They signed to Pye Records in 1965 and recorded Ewan MacColl's "The Travelling People", a major hit for them. They added Mick Moloney, then becoming a major figure in the Irish music scene, and Paul Brady, while Michael Johnston departed. They continued recording to great success in Ireland, then signed to Transatlantic Records in London, releasing a United Kingdom album called The Johnstons in 1968
The Johnstons, Album. Give A Damn/Bitter Green. Other albums by The Johnstons. Both Sides Now. Colours of the Dawn. Give a Damn: The Folk Rock Years. The Johnstons/The Barley Corn. Note, though, that it does omit a couple of Bitter Green's most trad-minded cuts ("The Kilfenora Jig" and "Reels: The Fair-Haired Boy/Kiss the Maid Behind the Barrel/The Dawn") and adds their cover of Ralph McTell's "The Streets of London" (from a 1970 single). Although the Johnstons are most known for their recordings of traditional folk material, Give a Damn saw them going into a folk-rock-pop direction with fair artistic success
The Johnstons, The Barley Corn 3. Others 1. 1968 stats. Complete Album stats. The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem My Kind of Folk, London - Jun 19, 1968 Jun 19 1968. The Johnstons My Kind of Folk, London - Jun 19, 1968 Jun 19 1968. Last updated: 20 Jun 2019, 02:40 Etc/UTC. The Johnstons Gig Timeline. The Johnstons National Jazz & Blues Festival 1968 - Aug 11, 1968 Aug 11 1968. The Johnstons The Bottom Line, New York, NY - Feb 23, 1974 Feb 23 1974.
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Streets of London" is a song by Ralph McTell, who first recorded it for his 1969 album Spiral Staircase. It was not released in the United Kingdom as a single until 1974. The song has been covered by over 200 artists. The song was re-released, on 4 December 2017, featuring McTell with Annie Lennox as a charity single for CRISIS, the Homelessness Charity. Roger Whittaker also recorded a well received version in 1971.
The Johnstons did not take out any loans to adopt, nor do they receive any government hand outs to help raise their children - despite the fact they are considered to have a disability. Instead, they relied on various grants to make it work financially. Trent said: 'We live within our means. Though people stare at them, the Johnstons try to ignore it and carry on with their lives. Amber said some people even stop and take photographs of them in the street. For the children, it is more difficult because they get bullied at school.
The Streets Of London. Featured on Give A Damn/Bitter Green. More by The Johnstons. Give a Damn - The Folk-Rock Years. The Johnstons, The Barley Corn. Listen to The Johnstons now. Listen to The Johnstons in full in the this site app. Play on this site.