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the Irish Rovers

The Irish Rovers: Another Round

  • Another Round
    • 2002 - Rover Records IR-CD-2002 CD
    • 2005 - Rajon 2002 CD
  • Track List:
    1. The Roving Trade (G. Millar)
    2. The Rake
    3. Glenarm Bay
    4. I'm A Rover
    5. Don't Call Me Early In The Morning (T. Sands)
    6. Planxty Morgan Magan / The Morning Dew
    7. The Wee Lass On The Brae
    8. The Jolly Roving Tar (G. Millar)
    9. The Pride Of Portrush Town (G. Millar)
    10. The Giant's Causeway Tram
    11. The Goodship Rover (Words: G.Millar)
    12. Tunes
    13. Down Among The Bushes Of Jerusalem (T. Sands)
    14. The Best Of Friends Must Part (G. Millar)
    15. The Dark Island (I. McLachlan)

  • The Irish Rovers
    • George Millar: Vocals, Guitar
    • Joe Millar: Vocals, Harmonica
    • Wilcil McDowell: Accordion
    • John Reynolds: Vocals, Guitar
    • Wallace Hood: Vocals, Whistle, Mandolin, Banjo, Citern, Bouzouki
    • Kevin McKeown: Drums, Bones, Bodhron
  • Musicians
    • Todd Sacerty: Bass
    • Doug Elliott: Bass (Tracks: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11)
    • Kathy Stacey: Cello
    • Robyn Jesson: Fiddle (Tracks: 1, 6, 9, 13)
    • Joel Spillette: Keyboards
    • Patrick Davey: Uilleann Pipes, Whistle, Flute
    • Gerry O'Connor: Fiddle
  • Credits
    • Produced by George Millar for Rover Records
    • Engineered by Rick Salt
    • Mixed by George Millar and Rick Salt
    • Recorded at Island Pacific Studios, Nanaimo, B.C., Canada
    • Mastered by Rick Salt at Island Pacific Studios
    • Cover Design and Artwork: Eye Mean Graphics, Nanaimo, B.C.
    • Layout and Typing: Amy Millar
    • Patrick Davey and Gerry O'Connor were recorded at Emerald Studios, TemplePatrick, N. Ireland, by George Doherty and co-ordinated by Wilcil McDowell
    • Back Cover Photograph: Cam Reid

Sleeve Notes

The world has seen some terrible things over the past year, and the Irish way of family and friends, and share some laughter and music. This new batch of songs has no more importance than trying to please or perhaps soothe one's senses, if only for a wee while. Come and join us for "Another Round"…

Slàinte George Millar
January 2002