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Songs From the Fever Ship
I'm not a dreamer...
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Listening to the new Eamon Dowd & the Rackateers album "Songs From the Fever Ship" feat. Eamon Carr. Quite an album. Obtained my copy from my good friend Mr. F (Snr).
I had the great pleasure of watching Eamon Dowd play some of these tracks last year, whilst sitting between Mr. F (Snr) and "the late Eamon Carr" in a pub in Dublin. The album brings back great memories, and the songs sound even better.
Eamon proves again that he is the great under appreciated Irish lyricist.
Buy this album. You will not be disappointed.

Posted on: 21/12/19 19:36
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Re: Songs From the Fever Ship
The Power and the Glory!
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You're right Mark, and there was quite some fun about the lateness at that gig.
There is more to tell and unfold about the Album. But not tonight.
Mean time check out Eamonn Dowd's site. "Songs from a Fever Ship" has 3 physical formats and several digital formats.


http://www.eamonndowd.com/music.html

And again.. it is indeed splendid.

Posted on: 22/12/19 22:44
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Re: Songs From the Fever Ship
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Is everyone here up to speed on this project?

Here's a must see video.

Eamon Carr and Jim Lockhart guide Eamonn Dowd & (Ken Whelan and Les Keye)to create a new version of 'Cu Chulainn's Lament' which sits perfectly with the set of songs produced on the new album "Songs From The Fever Ship"


Posted on: 25/01/20 1:31
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Re: Songs From the Fever Ship
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thanks for that Stefan. Nice to see Eamon back behind the kit. Jim is a talent and his flute work was fitting. Two talented lads.

Posted on: 28/01/20 0:24
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Re: Songs From the Fever Ship
I'm not a dreamer...
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I love this album. The more I play it, the better it gets. I would go as far as to say that it's up there with The Hellhound, You Make My Day and Angel on the Mantepiece as the best of the lads' extracurricular activity. Wonderful to see Eamon C back playing and with his best set of lyrics since the early 80s.

Posted on: 19/02/20 14:56
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