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Jargon

From: Sligo

Active: '80s

Style: Pop

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Bio:

Country-tinged Pop/Folk outfit from Sligo, with Charlie McGettigan, Liam Gilmartin (Stockton's Wing), Brendan Emmet & Gerry Grennan. Jargon began in the late '70s as a folk/bluegrass group led by Charlie McGettigan. Liam Gilmartin left to join the more traditional Stocktonís Wing in the early '80s and eventually joined Hennigan's Blooze Band in 1984. McGettigan went solo and later scored Eurovision success with Paul Harrington.



Jargon Discography

• Bailieboro And Me / Farnon City Stomp
7" - Polydor Records - 2078 152 - IRL - 1982
Entered the Irish charts on 06.02.1983, peaking at #24
Produced by Nicky Ryan.
Featuring Enya on Grand Piano, on what must be one of her first post-Clannad recordings.


• The Singer / ???
7" - Dara Records - DARAS 006 - IRL - 8/1982


• Hey Mr.Dreamer / Could Be Untrue Tonight
7" - Bus Records - BUS 2 - IRL - 6/1984
Entered Irish charts on 17.06.1984, peaking at #20


Charlie McGettigan Discography

• Jamboree / Sing A Song Of Joy
7" - Bus Records - BUS 18 - IRL - 1985 - PS


• Lonely Side Of Midnight / Late Night People
7" - Bus Records - BUS 24 - IRL - 1985 - PS


• After Hours / I Remember Long Ago
7" - Bus Records - BUS 29 - IRL - 1986 - PS


• Just A Phase I'm Going Through / Piece Of Paper
7" - Bus Records - BUS 38 - IRL - 1986 - PS?


• Songs of the Night (And Other Stories)
LP - Bus Records - BUSLP001 - IRL - 1986
pop/country+western


Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan - Rock N Roll Kids / acoustic / backing track
7" - RocKids Music - R'N'RK SP1 - IRL - 1994 - PS
Irish Eurovision entry 1994






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