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From: IRL

Active: 70s

Style: Folk Pop



A close harmony folk group who were very popular in the 60s and recorded several singles in the style of Peter Paul & Mary. They recorded more contemporary material at the turn of the decade. The group was formed in 1967 by leader Larry Hogan, singer Suzanne Murphy from Limerick, John Harrington and Dennis Mowatt. Dennis Mowatt left in 1971 and was replaced by Donal Lunny. They split in 1972. Larry Hogan launched a successful solo career in Ireland. Suzanne Murphy decided to have her voice professionally trained and by 1976 had joined the Welsh National Opera and eventually became world famous.

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• Pretty Flowers / I'll Make You A Miracle
7" - HMV Records - POP 1603 - UK - 1 September 1967 - no PS
A-side by Lincoln/Kenny Lynch; B-side by Westlake/Woodley.

• The World Outside / For Baby (For Bobby)
7" - HMV Records - IP 1309 - IRL - 1967 - no PS
The A side was entered in the 1967 National Song Contest.

• Coilín / Na hOscail Do Bhaela
7" - Gael Linn Records - CES 007 - IRL - 1968-69 - PS
Lyrics by Niall Tóibín. A-side music by Roger Whitaker(!), B-side music by Jim Doherty.

• Candy Floss Man / Perry Square
7" - Major Minor Records - MM 593 - UK/IRL - Jan 1969 - no PS

• Raindrops / Gentle On My Mind
7" - Emerald Gem Records - MD 1137 - UK/IRL - 1970 - no PS

• In The Morning / 12.05
7" - Polydor Records - 2078 017 - IRL - 1972 - no PS


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Last update: 27 September 2010.

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