- Performer:Ruthie Morrissey
- Title:Sings Traditional
- Date of release:October 17, 1990
- Size FLAC version1312 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1536 megabytes
- Size WMA version1425 megabytes
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Ruthie Morrissey – Ruthie Morrissey Sings Traditional Irish Songs. Label: Fiesta – FLPS 1595.
Yesterday, 11th September, photographs of LP and Morrissey were released at the completion of Morrissey’s new album (of covers) in Los Angeles. Some shots were taken by Jesse Tobias – Morrissey’s guitarist & co-writer, some were taken by Damonan Acreonte – Morrissey’s PA/barber. According to the text that accompanied the pictures, LP sings with Morrissey on two tracks. Which songs/covers that would be, that’s still unknown. Press release & pictures here.
Traditional Music from Ireland, England, & Scotland. Adelphi Records AD 1029, 1978. PERFORMERS: The Flying Cloud. DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 5689. Series: The Voice of the People: The traditional music of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. The voice of the people; v. 1 DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX3990. Ruthie Morrissey sings traditional Irish songs. Europa Records EUC-308 p1983. DOUGLASS CASSETTE 2106M.
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by English singer Morrissey, released on 11 February 2008. Unlike 1997's greatest hits, Suedehead: The Best of Morrissey, this compilation predominantly features songs from the then previous two studio albums, You Are the Quarry and Ringleader of the Tormentors. The album also features two new songs, lead single "That's How People Grow Up" and "All You Need Is Me", both of which were later included on studio album Years of Refusal.
Ruth Mary "Ruthie" Morris (born March 5, 1964) is the guitarist for the rock band Magnapop. Her pop punk/power pop guitar style helped to define the band's sound and she has co-written their minor hit singles "Slowly, Slowly" and "Open the Door".