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Christy Moore, Andy Irvine, Liam O'Flynn, and Dónal Lunny formed Planxty, a slang version of the Irish word "Slainte" meaning "good health," in 1973 after collaborating on the Christy Moore record Prosperous. Their self-titled debut arrived that same year to the delight of traditional Celtic music fans across the globe. Their tight, organic, and authentic renderings of tunes like "Raggle Taggle Gypsy," "The Blacksmith," and "Merrily Kissed the Quaker" set them apart from many of their more experimental contemporaries. "Sweet Thames Flow Softly," a Ewan MacColl-penned song about a London Romeo and Juliet, features a beautiful vocal take by Moore, and deft bouzouki work from Irvine, whose original composition "The West Coast of Clare" would begin the artist's long career of timeless ballad writing. Versions of "The Jolly Beggar Reel" and "Arthur McBride," the latter an anti-recruitment song from Donegal, are energetic and well-played, glowing with the warm compression of the early-'70s British folk scene. Many groups at that time, the Boys of the Lough, the Chieftains, Sweeny's Men -- featuring Andy Irvine -- struggled to find an audience outside of the pub, while the members of Planxty managed to work their way into halls and theaters. Planxty is a remarkable first record from one of the genres most influential acts.
© James Christopher Monger /TiVo

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1
Raggle Taggle Gypsy - Tabhair Dom Do Lamh
00:04:31

Planxty, MainArtist

Shanachie Shanachie

2
Arthur Mc Bride
00:02:56

Planxty, MainArtist

Shanachie Shanachie

3
Planxty Irwin
00:02:19

Planxty, MainArtist

Shanachie Shanachie

4
Sweet Thames Flow Softly
00:04:15

Planxty, MainArtist

Shanachie Shanachie

5
Junior Crehan's Favourite - Corney Is Coming
00:02:41

Planxty, MainArtist

Shanachie Shanachie

6
The West Coast Of Claire
00:05:36

Planxty, MainArtist

Shanachie Shanachie

7
The Jolly Beggar - Reel
00:04:27

Planxty, MainArtist

Shanachie Shanachie

8
Only Our Rivers
00:04:09

Planxty, MainArtist

Shanachie Shanachie

9
Si Bheag, Si Mhor
00:03:36

Planxty, MainArtist

Shanachie Shanachie

10
Follow Me Up To Carlow
00:02:25

Planxty, MainArtist

Shanachie Shanachie

11
Merrily Kissed The Quaker
00:02:44

Planxty, MainArtist

Shanachie Shanachie

12
The Blacksmith
00:04:14

Planxty, MainArtist

Shanachie Shanachie

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Christy Moore, Andy Irvine, Liam O'Flynn, and Dónal Lunny formed Planxty, a slang version of the Irish word "Slainte" meaning "good health," in 1973 after collaborating on the Christy Moore record Prosperous. Their self-titled debut arrived that same year to the delight of traditional Celtic music fans across the globe. Their tight, organic, and authentic renderings of tunes like "Raggle Taggle Gypsy," "The Blacksmith," and "Merrily Kissed the Quaker" set them apart from many of their more experimental contemporaries. "Sweet Thames Flow Softly," a Ewan MacColl-penned song about a London Romeo and Juliet, features a beautiful vocal take by Moore, and deft bouzouki work from Irvine, whose original composition "The West Coast of Clare" would begin the artist's long career of timeless ballad writing. Versions of "The Jolly Beggar Reel" and "Arthur McBride," the latter an anti-recruitment song from Donegal, are energetic and well-played, glowing with the warm compression of the early-'70s British folk scene. Many groups at that time, the Boys of the Lough, the Chieftains, Sweeny's Men -- featuring Andy Irvine -- struggled to find an audience outside of the pub, while the members of Planxty managed to work their way into halls and theaters. Planxty is a remarkable first record from one of the genres most influential acts.
© James Christopher Monger /TiVo

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