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Mary O'Hara - The Famine Song

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    I've been listening to this album for a while today and it has a shocking amount of variety and catchiness considering how much of a grounded traditional folk album this is...from 1958. This song...

    I've been listening to this album for a while today and it has a shocking amount of variety and catchiness considering how much of a grounded traditional folk album this is...from 1958. This song in particular is absolutely haunting but is still drilling its way into my head. It's too bad that the recordings on this aren't a bit clearer, the performance clearly deserves it!

    If you want something a little bouncier that shows off her angelic voice a bit more, try Haigh Didil Dum or Wexford Mummer's Song.