In his third recording, Gabriel Duffin shares with you his family's experiences of living in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The songs and tunes are all original with his brother, Daniel, and sister, Pauline, having contributed to the lyrics of several of the tracks. Stacey Duffin joins her father singing a children's rope skipping song at the end of the title track. Share with Gabriel and his family their mother's regular interactions with the local delivery men (Bernie's Blokes); the beauty and closeness of a small Glens of Antrim town (Cushendall); a ballad of Irish hero Michael Collins (The Big Fella); the loss of their brother (Patrick Beau); Pauline's wedding during Internment (Internally Wed); their love for their mother (Wish You Were Here), changes in the street and housing culture of Belfast (Loney Streets - Title track) and Gabriel's emigration to America (Time to Move On). Feel what it was like to grow up in Northern Ireland. This and his previous album, Back Home to You, were recorded by long time friend and fellow musician, Clive Culbertson in is studio in Coleraine, Northern Ireland.
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