James Lynam Molloy

Real Name:
James Lynam Molloy
Irish poet, author and composer (c. August 1837 - 4 February 1909). His middle name is oftentimes misspelled Lyman.
Initially concentrating on operettas, he later gained popularity with his songs The Old Cottage Clock, Bantry Bay and The Kerry Dance. In 1884 he had his greatest success of all Love's Old Sweet Song, a song since very popular with sailors, among others. He wrote several songs with W. S. Gilbert, including "Thady O'Flynn" (1868), "Corisande" (1870) and "Eily's Reason" (1871). He also wrote a book in 1874 called Our Autumn Holiday on French Rivers.


GEMM 155/60 James Lynam Molloy - The Years Of Triumph album art Count John McCormack* The Kerry Dance (as Molloy) Count John McCormack* - The Years Of Triumph(6xLP, Mono + Box, Comp) Pearl GEMM 155/60 UK 1979 Sell This Version
VICC-60561~64 James Lynam Molloy - Best Of Best - Famous Works For Flute album art Patrick Gallois Love's Old Sweet Song (as Molloy) Patrick Gallois - Best Of Best - Famous Works For Flute(4xCD, Comp) Victor VICC-60561~64 Japan 2007 Sell This Version