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  • 02:49 Popular Ave Maria Josef Locke

    Ave Maria Josef Locke

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    this was one of my dads favourite songs he loved the version by gigli but he loved this version just as much and i hope you do to

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  • 03:13 Popular Josef Locke - I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen

    Josef Locke - I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen

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    This is one of the music videos I made for the Glengarriff Spring 2012 Miscellany.

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  • 02:41 Popular The Bold Gendarmes - Josef Locke

    The Bold Gendarmes - Josef Locke

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    The Bold (Beaux) Gendarmes sung by Josef Locke Words vary: We're public guardians, bold but wary, And of ourselves, we take good care, To risk our precious lives, we're chary, When danger looms, we're never there But when we meet some helpless woman, Or l

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  • 02:43 Popular Josef Locke ~ Dear Old Donegal

    Josef Locke ~ Dear Old Donegal

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    Josef Locke sings Dear Old Donegal from an old recording Josef Locke was a world renowned tenor from Ireland. He was born as humble Joseph McLaughlin on Derry's Creggan Street, Big Joe was the most popular and highest-paid singer in Britain and Ireland fo

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  • 02:27 Popular Josef Locke: Macushla

    Josef Locke: Macushla

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    Josef Locke sings Macushla with an orchestra conducted by Eric Robinson on an old 78 of 1949

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  • 03:09 Popular Josef Locke Come Back To Sorrento

    Josef Locke Come Back To Sorrento

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    Come back to Sorrento, 1947. Josef Locke 1917 – 1999 was the stage name of Joseph McLaughlin, an Irish tenor. He was successful in the United Kingdom and Ireland in the 1940s and 1950s. Born in Derry, Ireland, he was the son of a butcher and cattle dealer

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  • 01:50 Popular Josef Locke - Drinking Song From The Student Prince

    Josef Locke - Drinking Song From The Student Prince

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    Josef Locke was the stage name of Joseph McLaughlin (23 March 1917 -- 15 October 1999), an Irish tenor singer who was successful in the United Kingdom and Ireland in the 1940s and 1950s. Born in Derry, Ireland, he was the son of a butcher and cattle deale

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  • 02:56 Popular JOSEF LOCKE, Count Your Blessings

    JOSEF LOCKE, Count Your Blessings

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    THE GREAT JOSEF LOCKE, SINGING COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS,

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  • 04:26 Popular Josef Locke - My Way

    Josef Locke - My Way

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    from the first episode of the 5th series of wheeltappers and shunters

  • 02:21 Popular Blaze Away Josef Locke Mp3

    Blaze Away Josef Locke Mp3

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  • 02:47 Popular Josef Locke - Hear My Song, Violetta

    Josef Locke - Hear My Song, Violetta

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    A Beautiful Song that was my Grandad's Favourite. R.I.P Grandad

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  • 04:09 Popular Josef Locke - The Old Bog Road [Audio Stream]

    Josef Locke - The Old Bog Road [Audio Stream]

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    Taken from the album: Pure Irish Tenors iTunes: http://po.st/ARRCD1430itunes Spotify: http://po.st/ARRCD1430spotify Amazon: http://po.st/ARRCD1430amazon Writer: O'Farrelly|Brayton /// Publisher: Braton Music -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com

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  • 03:12 Popular Josef Locke: Galway Bay

    Josef Locke: Galway Bay

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    Josef Locke sings Galway Bay with an orchestra conducted by Delroy Somers on an old 78 of 1949

  • 03:05 Popular Joseph Lock When You Were Sweet Sixteen

    Joseph Lock When You Were Sweet Sixteen

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    speaks for itself

  • 06:13 Popular THE TOWN I LOVED SO WELL  JOSEF LOCKE GAY BYRNE TRIBUTE SHOW 1984

    THE TOWN I LOVED SO WELL JOSEF LOCKE GAY BYRNE TRIBUTE SHOW 1984

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    This is a most touching example of the talent of the great Derry tenor who died in 1999. It reminds us that there are very few singers who can sing so expressively today.

  • 01:54 Popular Josef Locke 'Le Reve Passe' (The Soldiers Dream)

    Josef Locke 'Le Reve Passe' (The Soldiers Dream)

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    Josef Locke gives us a rousing version of the Soldier's Dream in this clip from the 1950s Mancunian Films comedy 'What A Carry On'

  • 03:58 Popular Josef Locke - Danny Boy + Lyrics

    Josef Locke - Danny Boy + Lyrics

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    Lyrics: Oh Danny boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling From glen to glen, and down the mountain side The summer's gone, and all the flowers are dying 'Tis you, 'tis you must go and I must bide. But come ye back when summer's in the meadow Or when the vall

  • 02:59 Popular Josef Locke: 1991 Royal Variety Performance

    Josef Locke: 1991 Royal Variety Performance

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    Joseph Locke performs 'Goodbye' from 'White Horse Inn' at the 1991 Royal Variety Performance. Prior to this clip he introduces it as his last public performance as "I'm done." Apologies about the quality of this clip! A rather rusty VHS transfer.

  • 02:56 Popular The Goodbye Song From Whitehorse Inn - Josef Locke

    The Goodbye Song From Whitehorse Inn - Josef Locke

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    My heart is broken, but what care I? Such pride inside me has woken, I'll try my best not to cry, by and by, When the final farewells must be spoken. I'll join the legion, that's what I'll do, and in some far distant region, Where human hearts are staunch

  • 04:31 Popular Josef Locke: The Holy City (Jerusalem)

    Josef Locke: The Holy City (Jerusalem)

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    The Holy City is a religious Victorian ballad dating from 1892, with music by Michael Maybrick writing under the alias Stephen Adams, with lyrics by Frederic Weatherly. The song is recorded in the African Methodist Episcopal Church Review in 1911 as havin

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