Sean Dynes • Irish Requested Ballads • More Irish Music
- Irish Requested Ballads (Tyrone Amongst The Bushes)
- 1981 - Homespun HRL197 LP
- Side One
- The Town I Loved So Well (P. Coulter)
- Slievenamon (arr: F. Gilligan)
- Come By the Hills (Smith)
- Wind in the Willows (arr: F. Gilligan)
- Spancil Hill (arr: F. Gilligan)
- Limerick You're a Lady (Allen)
- Side Two
- Green Fields of France (E. Bogle)
- Bunch of Thyme (arr: F. Gilligan)
- Green Hills of Kerry (Doyle)
- Cliffs of Dooneen (arr: F. Gilligan)
- Mary from Dungloe (arr: F. Gilligan)
- Galway Shawl (arr: F. Gilligan)
- Guitars: Paddy Campbell, Frank Lennon
- Flutes & Glockenspiel: Laurie Johnston
- Harp: Derek Bell
- Fiddle: Oliver Browne
- Cello: Graham Nelson
- Harmonica: Gordon Manly
- Accordion: Malachy Doris
- Banjo: Benny McKeating
- Mandolin: Tim Manly
- Concertina: Sean O'Neill
- Bass: Cel Fay
- Backing Vocals: Leon, Trionagh, Crawford Bell, Paddy Campbell & Frank Lennon
"Come in Dungannon I know your knock" is the password for Sean Dynes.
This is his second album on Homespun Records, the first being "Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore", HRL 113.
Sean was the lead singer of the well known folk group, the Jolly Tinkermen in the late sixties and went solo some time after the group disbanded.
This album contains a lot of requested ballads and this is Sean's interpretation of them.