|A1||The Man Who Lives In Bottles|
|A2||Hard Won History|
|A3||The Paris Song|
|A5||The Naked Mannequin|
|B2||Van Gogh Museum|
|B3||Make This Evening|
|B4||Friend For A While|
|B5||Too Long Away|
Profile: Irish singer/songwriter born 1955 in C. outh, Eire. Most famous for his soloworks, but has teamed up with Chris Jones, Tom McConville, Jimmy Faulkner and Anth Kaley on some of his releases. In Groups: The Banbury Boys Choir. Variations: Viewing All Kieran Halpin. The Man Who Lives In Bottles (LP, Album).
The Man Who Lived In Bottles was Halpins first solo release after the split with McConville. Having kept a somewhat low profile during the late 80s, apparently owing to contractual difficulties, Halpin re-emerged on a new label, Round Tower Music, for 1991s Mission Street. On this release he was backed by performers of the quality of Davy Spillane, and Martin Allcock of Fairport Convention. Always a writer of quality songs, Mission Street lived up to the high standards set by earlier Halpin releases.
A1 The Man Who Lives In Bottles A2 Hard Won History A3 The Paris Song A4 Mid-Air A5 The Naked Mannequin B1 Believing B2 Van Gogh Museum B3 Make This Evening B4 Friend For A While B5 Too Long Away.
If the measure of a songwriter is the number of artists singing their songs – then Kieran Halpin must be considered a great modern writer of songs. There can be few writers on the acoustic/folk scene in Europe today who have had more songs covered. Names like Ilse De Lange (All The Answers), Vin Garbutt, Dolores Keane, The Battlefield Band, John Wright, Flossie, Niamh Parsons, Chris Jones and countless more have recorded his songs. Halpin is equally at home playing to a small folk club audience and a large festival crowd. He is also one of the hardest touring musicians on the scene today with upwards of 160 shows per year all over the world. What the critics say: Wonderful stage presence and surprising humour. Every song has a story and every lyric paints that story clearly. Halpin is one of the country’s most intelligent writers.
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Sheet Music and Tabs for Kieran Halpin. ПодписатьсяПодпискаПодписка. The Devil and His Dealing. New Years Day. It's All Up to You.
Kieran Halpin began playing at the age of 15 and hit the road at a young age. He formed a duo with violinist Tom McConville from Newcastle. They were active during the late 70s and early 80s, recording two albums and appearing at the 1981 Cambridge Folk Festival. They split in 1982, Halpin returning to Dublin. His solo debut LP 'The Man Who Lived In Bottles' in an interesting album . The Man Who Lives In Bottles Hard Won Story The Paris Song Mid-Air The Naked Mannequin Believing Van Gogh Museum Make This Evening Friends For A While Too Long Away. Notes: Recorded in Dublin. Produced by Jon Strong