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Ace of Hearts

MOVING HEARTS in the BAGGOT INN, three nights a week - EAMON MC CANN recalls the greatest residency ever.

Rating: 12 / 12

Eamonn McCann, 11 Jun 1997



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Rating: 12 / 12
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