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Christy Moore: Live At Vicar Street

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  • Live At Vicar Street
    • 2002 — Sony/BMG 508635 2 CD Columbia [Newberry Records]
  • Track List:
    1. Continental Céilí (Johnny Mulhearn)
    2. First Time Ever (Ewan McColl)
    3. A Pair of Brown Eyes (Shane McGowan)
    4. Biko Drum (Wally Page)
    5. Quiet Desperation (Floyd Westerman)
    6. McIlhatton (Bobby Sands)
    7. January Man (Dave Goulder)
    8. Allende
    9. Johnny Don't Go (John Spillane)
    10. Wandering Aongus (W.B. Yeats)
    11. Lisdoonvarna (Christy Moore)
    12. Ride On (Jimmy McCarthy)
    13. Tribute To Noel Brazil
    14. Metropolitan Avenue (Noel Brazil)

  • Musicians
    • Christy Moore: Vocals, guitar, bodhràn
    • Declan Sinnott: Vocals, guitars
    • Dónal Lunny: Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bodhràn
    • Produced by Declan Sinnott and Christy Moore.
  • Credits
    • Mixed by Tim Martin and Declan Sinnott.
    • Recordings by Totally Wired
    • Mastered by Robyn Robins at Mid Atlantic Digital, Enniskillen.
    • Out Front and Backstage - John Parsons, Gerry Brady, Brian Gooney, Mick Devine, Bren Berry, Paddy Doherty, Aiken Promotions.
    • 12 of these recordings were made at Vicar St, Dublin on 1st, 2nd, 5th and 6th of December 2001 and track 2 was recorded at The Savoy in Cork on Feb. 24th 2002
    • Photos: Keith Dowling
    • Sleeve Design: Brian O'Connor
    • Original sound recording made by Newberry Recording. The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Newberry Recording © 2002 Newberry Recording
    • Exclusive licensee in Ireland – Sony Music.
    • Distributed by Sony Music.

Sleeve Notes

It's good to be gigging again. For a while there it seemed like it was gone. Then down in the Marble City I got a fierce goo on me to do a gig. 36 hours later John Cleere put us on at Cleeres Theatre. We had a rare old time and we've been doing the odd night ever since. Pretty low key stuff. Songs, tunes and the comradeship of two great musicians all wrapped up in the inspirational atmosphere that an enthusiastic audience can create. Long may it continue.