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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Horslips: Happy to Meet… Sorry to Part


The Jig Is Up at Tuna Melt!


Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, too!

Horslips was, if not THE, one of The Original Celtic Rock bands, coming together in Dublin in 1970. They originally got together as a fake band for a Harp Lager commercial and, since they had gone to the trouble of recruiting a keyboard player for the ad, decided they might as well make a go of it, taking the name "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse." They later modified the name, via a spoonerism, into "The Four Poxmen on The Horslypse" which was eventually shortened to Horslypse and, then, Horslips.

"Happy to Meet… Sorry to Part" was their first full length album, recorded and released in1972. It consists mostly of traditional Irish melodies and was the fastest selling album in Ireland for 8 years.

  1. Happy to Meet
  2. Hall of Mirrors
  3. The Clergy's Lamentation
  4. An Bratach Bán
  5. The Shamrock Shore
  6. Flower Among Them All
  7. Bim Istigh Agōl
  8. Furniture
  9. Ace and Deuce
  10. Dance to Yer Daddy
  11. High Reel
  12. Scalloway Ripoff
  13. The Musical Priest
  14. Sorry to Part

2 comments:

johnny dollar said...

erin go braless!

mike weber/fairportfan said...

Fairport Convention and Steeleye Span, who both did (and continue to do) folk-rock from all over the British Aisles were earlier; Fairport is celebrating its 41st anniversary this year.