The Green Album or Green album may refer to: Days of the New (1999 album), colloquially known as the Green Album, by Days of the New. The Green Album (John S. Hall and King Missile album). The Green Album (Kottonmouth Kings album), 2008. The Green Album (Skankin' Pickle album), 1996. Grinspoon (EP) or Green EP, 1995 début EP by Grinspoon. Gumby (album), a 1989 album colloquially known as the Green Album.
Green Street is an album by American jazz guitarist Grant Green featuring performances recorded and released on the Blue Note label in 1961. The CD reissue features two alternate takes from the same session as bonus tracks. All compositions by Grant Green except as indicated.
Album · 1990 · 12 Songs. Favourite Irish Rebel Ballads.
Includes unlimited streaming of GREEN ALBUM via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days. The Vegetable Orchestra is exploring the sonic and musical potential of vegetables since 1998. All sounds on this album are played on fresh or dried vegetable instruments.
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Album The Irish National Anthem. Four green fields Lyrics. What did I have, said the fine old woman What did I have, this proud old woman did say I had four green fields, each one was a jewel But strangers came and tried to take them from me I had fine strong sons, who fought to save my jewels They fought and they died, and that was my grief said she Long. time ago, said the fine old woman Long time ago, this proud old woman did say There was war and death, plundering and pillage My children starved, by mountain, valley and sea And their wailing cries, they shook the very heavens My four green fields ran red with their blood, said she What have I now, said the fine old woman What have.