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Henry McCullough - Poor Man's Moon album download


Henry McCullough


Poor Man's Moon



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1923 mb

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Henry McCullough - Poor Man's Moon album download


1 The Burial Ground
2 Big Old River
3 I've Got A Secret
4 Too Late To Worry
5 Poor Man's Moon
6 Walk With Me
7 Belfast Train
8 Skin & Bone
9 Fix Me Up Jesus
10 All Gone Crazy
11 Time To Put The Snakes To Bed
12 Poor Man's Moon (Reprise)

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Amberville Studio
  • Mixed At – Amberville Studio


  • Bass – Nicky Scott, Roe Butcher
  • Drums – Aidey McIlduff, Peter McKinney
  • Electric Guitar, Engineer – Declan Murphy
  • Electric Guitar, Executive Producer – Paddy Goodwin
  • Engineer – Michael Keeny
  • Guitar, Vocals, Producer – Henry McCullough
  • Keyboards – James Delaney
  • Keyboards, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Enda Walsh
  • Mixed By – Allister McMillan
  • Pedal Steel Guitar – Percy Robinson

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 53838 80092 4

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Our old friend Henry McCullough is at it again with his 2008 album Poor Man’s Moon, just released in the . The subtle electric guitar master - best known for being the infamous lead on Paul McCartney & Wing’s My Love - has released a spectacular 11-song electric blues-based rock album that features perfect playing, subtle intricate songwriting and McCullough’s. truly inspired guitar playing. The album opens with Burial Ground, a slow dirge-like song with a double great bass from Nicky Scott, McCullough’s snappy vocals and super sad slide and Enda Walsh’s perfect piano.

Poor Man's Moon (Reprise). Companies, etc. Recorded At – Amberville Studio. Mixed At – Amberville Studio. Bass – Nicky Scott, Roe Butcher. Drums – Aidey McIlduff, Peter McKinney. Engineer – Michael Keeny. Guitar, Vocals, Producer – Henry McCullough. Keyboards – James Delaney. Keyboards, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Enda Walsh. Mixed By – Allister McMillan. Pedal Steel Guitar – Percy Robinson.

In 2008 McCullough recorded Poor Man's Moon at Amberville Studios, which was released in Ireland only on 5 September 2008. and featured new McCullough compositions. The album also included a number of songs co-written with poet Eamon Carr from Horslips and included the single "Too Late to Worry". Among the musicians featured on the album were keyboard player James Delaney, bassists Roe Butcher and Nicky Scott (also double bass), keyboard player Enda Walsh, drummer Adie McIlduff and Percy Robinson on dobro and pedal steel guitar. The Henry McCullough Band: FBI Live (2007). Poor Man's Moon (2008).

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Poor Moon is a band composed of Christian Wargo, Casey Wescott and Ian and Peter Murray. Poor Moon is a side project of Wargo and Wescott who are current members of Fleet Foxes, they remain full members of Fleet Foxes while maintaining their separate project with Poor Moon. Poor Moon are signed to record label Bella Union (UK) and Sub Pop Records. The band Poor Moon are named after lead singer Christian Wargo's favourite song by Canned Heat. The band's debut EP, Illusion, was released in March 2012.

Image caption Henry McCullough played with Sir Paul McCartney and Wings. The Northern Ireland rock guitarist, Henry McCullough, has died. The 72-year-old died on Tuesday morning. Mr McCullough grew up in Portstewart, County Londonderry. He recorded with a number of very well-known musicians including Sir Paul McCartney and Wings, featuring on the hit James Bond theme, Live and Let Die. He played with Joe Cocker at the legendary Woodstock concert in 1969, the only Irishman to perform there. Mr McCullough also toured with rock acts such as Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd. He had received critical acclaim in recent years for albums such as Belfast to Boston and Poor Man's Moon. Sir Paul McCartney said he was "very sad" to hear of Mr McCullough's death. He was a pleasure to work with, a super talented musician with a lovely sense of humour," he told the BBC.

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