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What Will You Do, Love? - Cathie Ryan - The Farthest Shore (CD, Album)

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  1. Cathie Ryan. Shanachie Records (CD, USA, ) album details show all details hide all details. Produced by John McCusker; The Farthest Wave () What Will You Do, Love? () Dance the Baby slip jig set () As the Evening Declines ().
  2. Cathie Ryan is a singer and bodhrán player from Detroit, Michigan. Her parents came from Ireland and she is generally seen as an Irish or Celtic musician. She moved to New York City at age seventeen in order to attend Fordham University. After her divorce her .
  3. Cathie Ryan. Cathie Ryan. Ouvir Aleatório. Adicionar aos favoritos. Opções. Ir para a rádio do artista What Will You Do, Love? What’s Closest To The Heart. When Detroit Was Burning. White Dress. Y. You And I In The One Bed Lie. Discografia Ver tudo. Through Wind And Rain • Álbum The Farthest Wave • Álbum Somewhere.
  4. Thousands Are Sailing: Irish Songs Of Immigration From Cathie Ryan - Enjoy all the music albums and top video tracks of Cathie Ryan here on Frogtoon Music. Video Tracks include: Oro Mo Bhaidin, Somewhere Along the Road, Rough and Rocky, The Wild Flowers, Coaineadh Na Dtri Muire (Lament Of The Three Marys), Be Like the Sea, Grace O'Malley, Home by Bearna, We Dreamed Our Dreams, So Here's To You.
  5. What Will You Do, Love? Lyrics: What will you do, love, when I am going / With white sails flowing, the seas beyond? / What will you do, love, when waves divide us / And friends may chide us for.
  6. Ryan's eloquent soprano keens and soars as her context shifts between ancient peat fires, long ago Appalachian spring-times and the bittersweet romanticism of a modern singer-songwriter. Her heartbreaking duet with Galway native Sean Keane, "What Will You Do, Love?", describes the plight of a loving couple facing separation/5(13).
  7. Few performers straddle the worlds of “Irish traditional singer” and “singer-songwriter” as gracefully – or as successfully – as Irish-American singer Cathie Ryan. As the Boston Globe recently wrote, “Cathie Ryan is a thrilling traditional vocalist, but her honey-pure soprano is equally at home on probing original ballads about a woman’s place in the modern [ ].
  8. So here's to you and our time together I'll share with you a parting glass And I'll bid adieu with some smiles and laughter Our time apart will be short and pass We've talked of dreams and of new tomorrows Of yesterday and its dark despair We've had our share of love and sorrow So here's to you and our time together I'll share with you a.

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