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08-12-2010, 19:23   #1
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The Coronas on Ray D'arcy Show

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Im not sure if this is correct place to ask but did anyone hear the Coronas song that was played on Ray D'arcy show today? Just curious. Thanks
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Hi,
Im not sure if this is correct place to ask but did anyone hear the Coronas song that was played on Ray D'arcy show today? Just curious. Thanks
Ya it was the lakes of Ponchartrain, Christy Moore sings it. Not sure who wrote it. Was a lovely version of the song. Darcy's guests do great versions of songs, Bell X1 did an absolute savage version of Goin' Back by Dusty Springfield last week. Used to be on a ESB ad in the late 80's.

I would love to get a copy of some of the live covers on the show. Fred today di a cover of Neil Youngs Only love can break your heart. Excellent version.
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Ya it was the lakes of Ponchartrain, Christy Moore sings it. Not sure who wrote it.
You're not alone there - it's of "unknown origin". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lakes_of_Pontchartrain

Paul Brady does an excellent version of it.
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I have been known to sing it myself on occasion.
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i heard them talking about it but missed them singing, not a fan of the coronas, but i love that song , thought it might turn me ! lol.
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Does any1 no if u can listen to the coronas version of it online anywhere cant find it on youtube, heard it today and it was brill, mad to listen to it again.
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Does any1 no if u can listen to the coronas version of it online anywhere cant find it on youtube, heard it today and it was brill, mad to listen to it again.
http://media.todayfm.com/listenback/

ray darcy thursday part 3 26.28.....

only availiable to listen to though, would love to have this track as i love it!

any link to a download????

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It's available free to download on the Coronas site now.
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It's available free to download on the Coronas site now.
thank you so much! legal and all!
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Where can I buy/ hear this song?

The Coronas version of The Lakes of Ponchartrain was played on the Ray D'arcy show this morning.
Anyone know where I can buy/ hear this again?
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The Coronas version of The Lakes of Ponchartrain was played on the Ray D'arcy show this morning.
Anyone know where I can buy/ hear this again?
Link on frontpage there to download http://thecoronas.net/index.php
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Link on frontpage there to download http://thecoronas.net/index.php
Where is the link - i cant see it
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Where is the link - i cant see it
Pretty sure they said they were only leaving it up for a while but you can hear it here anyway....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYAi2KhKQqQ
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Pretty sure they said they were only leaving it up for a while but you can hear it here anyway....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYAi2KhKQqQ
Raging - wanted to download
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Raging - wanted to download
you can convert any youtube video to a downloadable mp3 on this site,
not sure which videos are illegal or not to use it with. worth it for this track though!!!
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