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  • From Galway To Graceland

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    "From Galway To Graceland"
    Sean Keane

    Written and Composed: Richard Thompson
    Copyright © 1993 Beeswing Music (BMI), Administered by Bug Music.
    International Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved.

    From:

    A Portrait Best of 1993-2003
    Sean Keane

    Released, 2006

    Label: Circin Rua
    _______________

    Video Concept: Pepper Productions, 2012. All Rights Reserved.

    This is a beautiful Irish folk(-style) ballad about an Elvis Presley fan from Galway, Ireland in a wrenchingly beautiful version by Sean Keane. Please click to buy the song, or buy the album. It's great!

    The song was written and composed by the great Richard Thompson.

    All Ireland photographs are of Galway, and to the best of our knowledge, released into the public domain. One e-painting by the author of the shores of Galway at night.

    All Memphis photographs taken by the uploader, robinmark64@gmail.com. Copyright 1979-1984, All Rights Reserved.

    One photograph of Elvis Presley by Alfred Wertheimer, 1956. Copyright © Alfred Wertheimer, All Rights Reserved. (Get his books for more!) The other photograph is owned by "kenney@FECC"; the photographer is not yet ascertained. Thank you for sharing this beautiful, pensive photograph! (It is grayscaled here for the video.)

    Please enjoy this lovely song and performance, and *buy the music*!

    Click to buy, now!

    Amazon.com MP3:

    http://www.amazon.com/Galwa...

    ITunes:

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/...

    Or choose your favorite music retailer, and enjoy at your leisure!

    Hope you like the visual interpretation. If so, just click "Like." Thanks, all. Show less
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