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8 thoughts on “ Vika & Linda - The Parting Song (CD)

  1. Kazikree
    "The Parting Glass" is one of the most popular Irish folk songs (though there is some debate about whether the song is originally Irish or Scottish). The beloved song has been recorded by various singers over the years, who have each brought their own style while crooning lyrics, which tell the story of a bittersweet goodbye. The song has a long history, but was brought back into the Irish.
  2. Voshura
    Vika and Linda’s latest release was their first-ever anthology, ”Akilatoa’, which dropped earlier last month. The album is comprised of their greatest hits from The album is.
  3. Nikogal
    Album AUS NZ; "He Can't Decide" (with Paul Kelly, Renee Geyer and Deborah Conway) — — Seven Deadly Sins: "When Will You Fall for Me" 51 — Vika & Linda "House of Love" 98 32 "Hard Love" 81 — "We've Started a Fire"/"I Know Where to Go to Feel Good" — "Love Comes Easy" 93 — Princess Tabu "The Parting Song"
  4. Fenrimuro
    Jun 11,  · Provided to YouTube by Liberation Music Pty Ltd The Parting Song · Vika & Linda 'Akilotoa ℗ Bloodlines Released on: Producer: Diesel Producer: Jeremy Allom Producer: Linda Bull.
  5. Zulkizuru
    Jun 12,  · ‘Akilotoa – Anthology’ is an album featuring 28 of Vika & Linda’s best and most loved songs. I can only imagine the in-depth task it was to put this album together, to select which songs made the cut. All songs are from the time period listed in the album title (‘94 – ‘06), bar one; a special track written by Linda and Paul Kelly.
  6. Kagam
    Sep 23,  · The album features some of the most popular songs of Vika and Linda Bulls's career, including some from their time with Black Sorrows. The album was released on 23 September via Liberation Records. The album was dedicated to Stuart Speed, Vika and Linda's bass player who died during the making of the album.5/5(1).
  7. Fenrilmaran
    Many of the songs were written especially for Vika & Linda, including Paul Kelly’s ‘Be Careful What You Pray For’ and ‘To Be Good Takes A Long Time (To Be Bad No Time At All)’. The collection celebrates the sisters’ Tongan heritage, with songs such as ‘The Parting Song’, ‘Grandpa’s Song’ and the title track ‘’Akilotoa’, a song sung entirely in their mother’s native language, Tongan.

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