The Wakes | No Irish Need Apply

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No Irish Need Apply

by The Wakes

Shane MacGowan meeting Bob Dylan and going on the lash! The Wakes are a Glasgow Irish Folk'n Roll bunch of Hooligans and Outlaws. They might all be Jock Tamson's Bairns but their mother is Roisin Dubh.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. No Irish Need Apply
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2. Save A Piece Of This Island For Me
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3. Southside Paddy
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4. The Uncrowned King Of Football
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5. Bella Ciao
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6. Free The People
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7. Drinkin' Song
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8. James Connolly's Ghost
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9. St Patricks Battalion
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10. Pirates Of The League
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11. From The Gutter To The Whitehouse
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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For two years The Wakes have played around Glasgow, across Britain and in Europe, releasing a previous album, These Hands. Now the Glasgow band hopes to explore the Irish identity in Scotland and across the world more fully with No Irish Need Apply.

Glasgow-Irish in word and deed The Wakes embrace their culture, heritage and surroundings in song. Covering all manner of subjects from immigration and unemployment, to uprising and rebellion in Scotland, Ireland and beyond.

Writing their own songs as well as performing traditional ballads and tunes, The Wakes bridge the gap between the Irish who landed here many years ago and those who live here today.


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