Mort Duggan | The Mountains of Home

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The Mountains of Home

by Mort Duggan

Irish - Celtic Folk
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. The Grey Clouds of Gloccomara
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2. How Ya Fixed
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3. The Mountains of Home
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4. I Fought With Patrick Cleburne
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5. I'm Just a Culchy Amach
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6. There's a Place Called Connemara
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7. The Outlaw from the Outback
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8. John Riley Fought for Mexico
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9. Temporary State of Mind
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10. On the Dole
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Album Notes
Gloccomara lies in the shadow of Galty Mountains, North Cork, South Tipperary, Ireland.

I grew up in the town of Fermoy Co. Cork, Ireland.

The MOUNTAINS of HOME tells the story of the potato famine, the most catastrophic event that ever befell Ireland.

Patrick Cleburne was born in OVENS, Co Cork, Ireland.
He rose to the rank of Major General in the Confederate Army.

Connemara is one of the most picturesque places in Ireland.

Ned Kelly was a bush-ranger from Australia of Irish extraction, he had no choice but to fight back against injustice and prejudice.

John Riley from Clifton Co. Galway, Ireland.
He rose to the rank of Major in the Mexican army he fought in the Spanish-American war,

On the Dole is a tale of unemployment.


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