|A1||Happy To Meet||0:47|
|A2||Hall Of Mirrors||5:29|
|A3||The Clergy's Lamentation||4:36|
|A4||An Bratach Bán||2:02|
|A5||The Shamrock Shore||4:35|
|A6||Flower Amang Them All||2:01|
|A7||Bím Istigh Ag Ól||3:43|
|B2||Ace And Deuce||3:35|
|B3||Dance To Yer Daddy||1:30|
|B6||The Musical Priest||4:34|
|B7||Sorry To Part||1:34|
|MOO 3||Horslips||Happy To Meet...Sorry To Part (LP, Album)||Oats||MOO 3||Ireland||1972|
|ATL 50019||Horslips||Happy To Meet...Sorry To Part (LP, Album)||Atlantic||ATL 50019||France||1973|
|WOU 7030||Horslips||Happy To Meet...Sorry To Part (CD, Album, RE)||Wounded Bird Records||WOU 7030||US||2008|
|none||Horslips||Happy To Meet...Sorry To Part (LP, Album, RE, TP, W/Lbl)||Not On Label||none||UK||Unknown|
|MOOCD 003||Horslips||Happy To Meet - Sorry To Part (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Outlet||MOOCD 003||UK & Ireland||1989|
Happy to Meet – Sorry to Part is an album by Irish rock band Horslips. It was first released in Ireland by the end of 1972 as their début album. Before this, they had released the same year three singles: Johnny's Wedding/Flower amang Them All and Green Gravel/Fairy King in Ireland and The High Reel/Furniture overseas. Happy to Meet – Sorry to Part was also released the following year in United Kingdom, Germany, France and United States.
Horslips’ first studio album is said to also be the first true ‘Celtic rock’ album, although I suspect Christy Moore might argue that point. It is in fact quite Celtic in nature, full of jig arrangements on both ends of the record; and with instrumentation that included Uillean pipes, mandolin, flute, fiddle, harpsichord, celeste, banjo, acoustic guitar and tin whistles the album has all the right credentials for a Celtic folk recording. As a seminal Celtic rock album ‘Happy to Mee. orry to Part’ deserves a place on the shelf of just about any serious collector of progressive folk, and probably most fans of world music as well. I wouldn’t call this a masterpiece or anything, but it is quite decent and is worth listening to a few times if you get a chance.
Album Name Happy to Meet, Sorry to Part. Erscheinungsdatum 1973. Labels Atco Edsel Records. Musik GenreProg Folk. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen2. 3. The Clergy's Lamentation.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Happy To Meet, Sorry To Part (1972) by Horslips. This album has an average beat per minute of 131 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 95/190 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Happy to Meet, Sorry to Part.
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Posts About Happy to Meet – Sorry to Part. With this, Horslips took the lead in Irish music of the time and created an original mixture from traditional Irish tunes and rock music. The album's name itself is that of an Irish Features Song Lyrics for Horslips's Happy to Meet, Sorry to Part album. Dance to Yer Daddy Lyrics. Horslips Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
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