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MICK RYAN is well known on the folk scene as a fine singer of traditional and original songs He was described by "Folk Roots" as 'definitely the most underrated singer in the country. Having written both comic and serious material for the very poular band "Crows" in the 1980's, he has since written for radio and a series of highly successful folk musicals: 'A Tollpuddle Man' (with Graham Moore); 'A Day's Work' ; 'The Voyage'; 'Tanks for the Memory' and, recently, 'The Navvy's Wife.
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Mick Ryan, lead vocals harmony vocals; Pete Harris, vocals, harmony vocals, guitar, bouzouki, mandolin, mandola, banjo, bass guitar, whistle. with Keith Holloway, melodeon. The Widow's Promise (. 6). The Bonny Light Horseman (Roud 1185; G/D 8:1584; Henry H122a) (. The Old Couple (Roud 491) (. 0). Poor Old Horse (Roud 513; TYG 60) (. 4).
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Mick Ryan may refer to: Mick Ryan (Australian footballer) (1882–1957), Australian rules footballer for Collingwood. Mick Ryan (Gaelic footballer) (born 1946), Irish retired Gaelic footballer. Mick Ryan (golfer) (1897–1965), Australian amateur golfer. Mick Ryan (hurler) (1925–2007), Irish hurler. Mick Ryan (politician) (1884–1970), Australian politician. Mick Ryan (rower) (born 1947), Irish Olympic rower. Mick Ryan (rugby league) (born 1953), Australian rugby league footballer.
This is an album by two veterans; one famous as a songwriter, the other well-known as a sidesman and both fine singers. Many of the songs on The Passing Hour are by Mick Ryan, the others have been collected on their extensive travels and together they make up what might be thought of as a typical folk club set of the kind that you might have heard any time in the past fifty years. The album opens with ‘The Midshipman’s Boast’, written by Kentish songwriter, Helen North.