Johnny Coppin

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Folk, Singer Songwriter
Red Sky
April 7, 2014

Format: Compact Disc



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Singer/songwriter and founder of folk band Decameron, Coppin was also in duo for years with Phil Beer (Show of Hands).

A new collection of songs from England, Ireland, Wales, and the USA. Included are the much requested songs 'Homeward', 'Joseph Baker' (by Pete Coe) and 'Safe Home'. In this Centenary Year, there are three songs of the 1st World War- 'John Condon', 'Dream of England', and 'Gloucestershire From Abroad'.

The album also includes three traditional songs 'The Brazier's Daughter' with new tune by Johnny, 'Mary from Dungloe' - learnt from Christy Moore's sister Eilish, and the Welsh song 'Cariad Cyntaf (First Love)' with new words in English written by Johnny.

Guest musicians include Karen Tweed, - ex-Poozies, and ex-Swap on accordion, Paul Burgess - John Kirkpatrick Band and Old Swan Band on violin and recorders, Mike Silver on guitar and backing vocals, Geoff March, ex- Decameron on cello), and John Neilson on accordion and co- writer of the title track.

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Key Value
Catalogue number RSKCD120
Barcode 5018511712034
Number of items 1
Packaging type Digipak
Imported No
Weight 80g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 120mm x 8mm x 140mm

Disc 1

Track Listing — Disc 1

Song Title Time
1. Joseph Baker -
2. Homeward -
3. The Brazier's Daughter -
4. Cariad Cyntaf (First Love) -
5. When The Morning's Here -
6. John Condon -
7. Gloucestershire From Abroad -
8. Dream of England -
9. Moonlit Apples -
10. Mary From Dungloe (trad) -
11. Safe Home -
12. Borderland -