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England's Vietnam - Irish Songs of Resistance: Sung by The Men of No Property

England's Vietnam - Irish Songs of Resistance: Sung by The Men of No Property

The name "The Men of No Property" is taken from a statement made by Wolfe Tone who is considered the father of Irish Republicanism: "If the men of property will not support us, they must fall. Our strength shall come from that great respectable class, the men of no property." In the long history of the Irish Civil War, this album gathers only a small, yet important sampling of folksongs detailing the hardships and historical events that occurred. Liner notes include information about each song and lyrics.

Track Listing

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The Falls Road Taximan Men of No Property 4:17
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102
The Internee Men of No Property 2:50
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103
England's Vietnam Men of No Property 2:56
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104
Tuten Carson's Tomb Men of No Property 2:20
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105
The Freedom Fighter Men of No Property 2:42
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106
Paddy Reilly Men of No Property 2:22
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107
The Leaving of Belfast Men of No Property 4:08
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201
Crossmaglen Men of No Property 3:04
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202
Jesus and Jesse Men of No Property 2:31
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203
Twomey's Escape Men of No Property 1:57
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204
Princess Anne Men of No Property 2:42
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205
The Multi-Storey Men of No Property 2:00
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206
The Island Men Men of No Property 2:44
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207
Bloody Sunday Men of No Property 5:01
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