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The McPeake Family

The McPeake Family: Se do beata, a baile (Welcome Home)


Se do beata, a baile/Welcome Home (1965)

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  • Se do beata, a baile (Welcome Home)
    • 1965 - DTS Records LFX3 LP
  • Side One
    1. Marches:
      • Fairy Revels
      • The Green Flag
    2. General Munro
    3. Susie Mcguire
    4. Verdant Braes Of Screen
    5. Reels:
      1. George White's Fancy
      2. The Queen's Wedding
    6. Bonny Bunch Of Roses O
  • Side Two
    1. Seo h-in Seo
    2. Jug Of Punch
    3. Roisin Dhu
    4. Kneel To The Tomb
    5. Jigs:
      1. Out Of The Ocean
      2. Kitty's Bonnet
    6. An Coulin
    7. Oro Se Do Beat A Baile

  • Musicians
    • Francis Senior
    • Francis Junior
    • "Middle" Francis
    • James McPeake
    • Kathleen McPeake
    • Tommy McCrudden
  • Credits
    • Cover Design: Patricia Roberts

Se do beata, a baile/Welcome Home (1969)

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  • Se do beata, a baile (Welcome Home)
    • 1969 - Evolution Z 1002 LP
  • Irish to be Sure
    • 1972 - Windmill WMD 151 LP
  • Side One
    1. Ducks Of Magheralin
    2. Roisin Dubh
    3. General Munro — Vocals: Kathleen McPeake
    4. Alabama
    5. Jigs:
      1. Out Of The Ocean
      2. Kitty's Bonnnet
    6. The Constitutional Movement
  • Side Two
    1. The Belfast Brigade
    2. Reels:
      1. George White's Fancy
      2. The Queen's Wedding
    3. Kneel To The tomb — Vocals: "Middle" Francis
    4. An Raibh Tu A A'Carraig
    5. Brennan On The Moor

  • Notes
    • Information of these releases come from other sources, and it is a bit confusing …
    • I can verify the track lists for the 1965 DTS amd 1972 Windmill releases, as listed above.
    • All sources (that I have found) give the same track list for the 1969 Evolution and 1972 Windmill releases.
    • A handful of these tracks appear on other releases, but I don't know if they are the same (versions).