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  • Darsteller: The Irish Rovers
  • Album: The Life Of The Rover
  • Etikett: MCA Records
  • Katalog #: MCA-284
  • MP3: 2975 mb | FLAC: 2543 mb
  • Freigegeben: 1980
  • Land: US
  • Stil: Celtic, Folk
  • Bewertung: 4.7/5
  • Abstimmungen: 971
  • Kategorie: Folk - Countrymusik
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Trackliste

1Orange Nickelodeon
Solo Vocal [Solo By] – George Millar, Will MillarWritten-By – Pat Garvey , Victoria Garvey
3:14
2The Life Of The Rover
Written-By – E. McColl
2:21
3Banks Of Newfoundland
Arranged By, Adapted By – Will Millar
3:20
4Bunclody Cuckoo
Arranged By, Adapted By – Will MillarSolo Vocal [Solo By] – Joe Millar
3:18
5Sam Hall
Arranged By, Adapted By – Allan Solo Vocal [Solo By] – George MillarWritten-By – Traditional
3:18
6Fifi O'Toole
Solo Vocal [Solo By] – Jim FergusonWritten-By – Pat Garvey , Victoria Garvey
2:19
7King Of The Fairies
Arranged By, Adapted By – Will MillarInstrumentation By – George Millar, Joe Millar, Wilcil McDowell, Will MillarVocals – Will Millar
2:30
8Sullivan's John
Solo Vocal [Solo By] – George Millar, Will MillarWritten-By – Pecker Dunne
2:44
9Molecatcher
Arranged By [Arr.], Adapted By – Will MillarSolo Vocal [Solo By] – Jim Ferguson
1:56
10Pleasant And Delightful
Arranged By, Adapted By – Will MillarSolo Vocal [Solo By] – Jim Ferguson
2:46
11Winkin, Blinkin And Nod
Solo Vocal [Solo By] – Will MillarWritten-By – E. Fields, L. Simon
2:45

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DL 75157The Irish Rovers The Life Of The Rover ‎(LP, Album)DeccaDL 75157US1969
MUP 406The Irish Rovers The Life Of The Rover ‎(LP, Album, Mono)MCA RecordsMUP 406US1969
Maps 1911The Irish Rovers The Life Of The Rover ‎(LP, Album)MCA RecordsMaps 1911GermanyUnknown
DL 7-5157The Irish Rovers The Life Of The Rover ‎(LP, Album, Gat)DeccaDL 7-5157Canada1969
73-5157, 5157The Irish Rovers The Life Of The Rover ‎(Cass, Album)Decca, Decca73-5157, 5157US1969

Credits

  • Design [Album Cover Art]Alex Steinweiss
  • Engineer [Eng.]Terry D. Brown
  • ProducerCharles Bud Dant

Hinweise

Sleeve notes:

Diodorus, in the first century B.C., was describing the Celts of Gaul in his history of the world.
"In conversation they use many words and speak in riddles, for the most part hinting at things and leaving a great deal to be understood. They frequently exaggerate with the aim of extolling themselfes and diminishing the status of others. They are boasters and threateners and given to bombastic self-dramatization, and yet they are quick of mind with good, natural ability for learning and take great pleasure in merrymaking and hospitality."
"The Life Of The Rover" puts us in contact with these "Celts" all over the world. Be it in Sydney, Australia, or Kirkland Lake, Ontario, they "take great pleasure in merrymaking and hospitality." The five of us are a privileged lot in being able to share a few jars with the lot of you - may ye be half an hour in heaven before the devil knows you're dead!
Oh, by the way, it took Irish monks donkey's-years to do the abstract type of art used in "The Book of Kells." We couldn't find an Irish monk to do our album cover art but we're lucky to have Alex Steinweiss fill in for us.

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Album

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