The Irish Tradition - The Times We've Had mp3 flac
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The Times We've Had. Musicians. Billy McComiskey (accordion), Brendan Mulvihill (fiddle), Andy O'Brien (guitar, vocals), with Myron Bretholz (bodhrán). Source and other information. Green Linnet GLCD 1063, 1985. Personnel not listed on this reissue, so the musicians and instruments listed here are inferred. Recorded in Largo, Maryland. This remastered reissue was released in 2007. Not indexed here: track 2 (The Shipyard Apprentice)
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The Irish Tradition's two ed albums - The Corner House, released in 1978, and The Times We've Had, released in 1985, were produced by Irish guitarist Mick Moloney, who often joined the group during their performances. Moloney also co-produced McComiskey's solo album, Makin' the Rounds, in 1981. Mulvihill has released two solo albums - The Flax in Bloom, released in 1979 and The Morning Dew, recorded with pianist Donna Long and released in 1992.
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Song: The Shipyard Apprentice. Hornpipes: The Quilty/Sault's. The Times We've Had. 2006. The Times We Had. English.
|1||Paddy Fahy's / Paddy O'Brien's|
|2||The Shipyard Apprentice|
|3||The Quilty / Sault's|
|7||The Yellow Tinker / The Sally Gardens|
|8||A Lady Fair|
|9||Happy Days / Flight Of Wild Geese|
|10||The Wild Rover|
|11||Lad O'Beirne's / The Small Hills Of Offaly|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Compass Records Group
- Copyright (c) – Green Linnet Records, Inc.
- Recorded At – Underground Sound, Largo, MD
- Mixed At – Underground Sound, Largo, MD
- Design, Illustration – Carla Frey
- Engineer – David Cohen
- Management, Supervised By – Wendy Newton
- Producer – Mick Moloney
- Sleeve Notes – The Irish Tradition
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 048248106320
|SIF 1063||The Irish Tradition||The Times We've Had (LP, Album)||Green Linnet||SIF 1063||US||1985|