Kind Providence is a landmark -- the first solo album in John Faulkner’s distinguished musical career. For more than 25 years, John has been an acclaimed singer, first as a member of the group that gathered around the noted songwriter Ewan MacColl in London during the 1960s and early ’70s, and more recently as a mainstay of Reel Union (later Kinvara), the band that John founded with the brilliant Irish singer Dolores Keane. This milestone album contains John’s personal favorites and represents influences that have shaped his musical life.
|Sweet Thames Flow Softly||Buy|
|The Walecatchers/The Drunken Landlady||Buy|
|Planxty Gan Ainm||Buy|
|The Wild Rover||Buy|
|The Banks of Newfoundland||Buy|
|The Forger's Farewell||Buy|
|The Road to Cashel/Jackie Daley's||Buy|