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Performer:

More Power To Your Elbow

Title:

Best Of More Power To Your Elbow

Genre:

Rock / Country and World

MP3 album size:

1876 mb

Other music formats:

AIFF AHX AA MPC AUD XM MP2

Rating:

4.3 ✱

Style:

Celtic

Date of release:

2003

More Power To Your Elbow - Best Of More Power To Your Elbow album download

Tracklist

Live At The Arena
1 Out Of The Mist 3:39
2 Armagh Streets 3:28
3 High Reel 1:31
4 Jo-Jo 4:44
5 The Laurel Tree 2:58
6 Back To Tyrone 3:35
7 Whiskey In The Jar 6:04
8 You're Not Here Tonight 3:25
9 The Happy One Step 1:59
10 Lady Ann's 1:44
11 Dirty Old Town 4:06
12 Trip To Tipp 6:34
Fear A Bhata
13 Fear A Bhata 4:09
14 Johnny come Home 4:06
15 Breaking The Reeds 3:16

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Homestead Studios
  • Mixed At – Homestead Studios

Credits

  • Banjo, Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Damian Cullen
  • Engineer – Ian McKeown (tracks: 1-12), Karl Walker (tracks: 1-12), Shaun Wallace* (tracks: 13-15)
  • Fiddle, Backing Vocals – Claire O'Neill
  • Fiddle, Harmonica, Backing Vocals, Electric Guitar – Pat Casey
  • Graphics – Lairdesign
  • Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals – Eugene Davey
  • Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals – Gerry Cunningham
  • Lead Vocals, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals – Patsy Montague
  • Other [Assistant Live Engineer] – Andy Bradford (tracks: 1-12)
  • Other [Assistant Studio Engineer] – Rcik Rainey* (tracks: 1-12)
  • Percussion, Other [Backing Screams], Drums – Paul Faloon
  • Producer, Mixed By – Mudd Wallace
  • Tin Whistle, Backing Vocals – Helen Donnelly

Notes

Tracks 1-12 from the CD "Live at The Arena" (Armagh) 1993.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099386 210924

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