Graham Irwin: My music
Here is a selection of videos of some of my music (latest additions first). My musical taste is mostly British and Irish folk, both traditional and contemporary. I shall be adding a new video each week.
You've Got To Hide Your Love Away - a folk-style song from the Beatles, from the film Help! written by John Lennon (credited to Lennon-McCartney)
Three Jolly Coachmen - a traditional English drinking song; also known as Landlord Fill The Flowing Bowl
Song For Ireland - a contemporary folk song by Phil and June Colclough
Blowin' In The Wind - by Bob Dylan (as pertinent today as when it was written...)
Day Trip To Bangor - a chart success for Fiddlers Dram in 1980 by Debbie Cook (can you resist singing along?)
Mary From Dungloe - a contemporary Irish folk song by Pádraig Mac Cumhaill
Hey Then Up Go We - a satirical song poking fun at the Puritans, published in about 1646
Bibby's Epitaph - an old music-hall song by Anon; also known as Mother's Lament
Rambleaway - a traditional English folk song, also known as Derry Down Fair
Far Away In Australia - variant of a traditional Irish folk song by Derek Warfield and Tom Byrne
You can also view some of these videos on my Youtube channel.
The Bonny Labouring Boy - a traditional British folk song
The Juice Of The Barley - a traditional Irish drinking song
Bella Ciao - an Italian folk-protest song / una canzone popolare italiana
I have developed a simple script to aid transposing chord sequences for song and tunes. You can try it here.