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The County Down's very first EP - Songs from Ireland and Vermont.
'Marble Bawn' refers to Vermont's famous marble. Bawn (bán in Irish) means 'white', and many Irish came to work in the quarries following the Great Famine and 1848 rebellion. Among them was James Carney (Kearney) who wrote 'West Rutland Marble Bawn'. Carney was also an outspoken Fenian sympathizer.

Cover Photo: Vermont Marble Co.'s quarries, West Rutland, VT. C.W. Nichols, public domain. Courtesy of New York Public Library Digital Collections.
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Tracks:

  1. West Rutland Marble Bawn - by James Patrick Carney, a Tipperary man who emmigrated to Vermont, and worked in the marble quarries in West Rutland from 1855-61.
  2. The Auld Triangle - attributed to Brendan Behan.
  3. Star of the County Down - by Cathal McGarvey, traditional.
  4. There Were Roses - by Tommy Sands.
  5. Make 'em Feel the Bern (Irish Bernie Song) - feat. Claudine Langille of Gypsy Reel and Touchstone. Our little contribution to Bernie Sanders' 2016 campaign. After John Keegan Casey's 'The Rising of the Moon'.
  6. West Rutland Marble Bawn (old style) - recorded live, a cappella, at the New Haven River/Old Coffin Factory trail in Bristol, Vermont.

Album info:

© 2019/Produced by Reagh Greenleaf Jr. and Daniel Brown.

  • 1-3: traditional, arranged by Reagh Greenleaf Jr. and Daniel Brown.
  • 4: © by Tommy Sands. License via Harry Fox Agency.
  • 5: Music traditional. Lyrics © 2016 by Reagh Greenleaf Jr. Arranged by Reagh Greenleaf Jr., Daniel Brown, Claudine Langille.
  • 6: traditional, arranged by Reagh Greenleaf Jr.
  • 1-4: Recorded and mixed by Daniel Brown in Rutland and Bristol, VT.
  • 5: Recorded and mixed by Rod Farrell, engineer; at Mt. Hollywood Studios, Belmont, VT.
  • 6: Recorded live at the New Haven River/Coffin Factory Trail, Bristol, VT.

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Marble Bawn - Digital Download

The County Down

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West Rutland Marble Bawn 5:46

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The Auld Triangle 4:28

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Star of the County Down 2:46

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There Were Roses 6:39

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Make 'em Feel the Bern (feat. Claudine Langille) [Irish Bernie Song] 2:53

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West Rutland Marble Bawn (Old Style) 3:57

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The County Down's very first EP - Songs from Ireland and Vermont.
'Marble Bawn' refers to Vermont's famous marble. Bawn (bán in Irish) means 'white', and many Irish came to work in the quarries following the Great Famine and 1848 rebellion. Among them was James Carney (Kearney) who wrote 'West Rutland Marble Bawn'. Carney was also an outspoken Fenian sympathizer.

Cover Photo: Vermont Marble Co.'s quarries, West Rutland, VT. C.W. Nichols, public domain. Courtesy of New York Public Library Digital Collections.
Get the CD with original artwork (includes the Download, free!)

Tracks:

  1. West Rutland Marble Bawn - by James Patrick Carney, a Tipperary man who emmigrated to Vermont, and worked in the marble quarries in West Rutland from 1855-61.
  2. The Auld Triangle - attributed to Brendan Behan.
  3. Star of the County Down - by Cathal McGarvey, traditional.
  4. There Were Roses - by Tommy Sands.
  5. Make 'em Feel the Bern (Irish Bernie Song) - feat. Claudine Langille of Gypsy Reel and Touchstone. Our little contribution to Bernie Sanders' 2016 campaign. After John Keegan Casey's 'The Rising of the Moon'.
  6. West Rutland Marble Bawn (old style) - recorded live, a cappella, at the New Haven River/Old Coffin Factory trail in Bristol, Vermont.

Album info:

© 2019/Produced by Reagh Greenleaf Jr. and Daniel Brown.

  • 1-3: traditional, arranged by Reagh Greenleaf Jr. and Daniel Brown.
  • 4: © by Tommy Sands. License via Harry Fox Agency.
  • 5: Music traditional. Lyrics © 2016 by Reagh Greenleaf Jr. Arranged by Reagh Greenleaf Jr., Daniel Brown, Claudine Langille.
  • 6: traditional, arranged by Reagh Greenleaf Jr.
  • 1-4: Recorded and mixed by Daniel Brown in Rutland and Bristol, VT.
  • 5: Recorded and mixed by Rod Farrell, engineer; at Mt. Hollywood Studios, Belmont, VT.
  • 6: Recorded live at the New Haven River/Coffin Factory Trail, Bristol, VT.

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