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North America

the Irish Rovers

The Irish Rovers: Live in Concert

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  • Live in Concert
    • 2003 - Rovers Records IR-CD-2003 CD
  • Track List:
    1. The Boys Of Belfast (G. Millar)
    2. Welcome Paddy Home
    3. The Overlanders
    4. The Poitin Song
    5. Jigs
    6. Dan O'Hara
    7. The Rambling Man (G. Millar)
    8. The Deep Blue Sea (G. Millar)
    9. Mormond Braes
    10. Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye
    11. Reels
    12. Bonnie Woodgreen
    13. Three Jolly Rogues (G. Millar)
    14. Mason's Apron

  • The Irish Rovers
    • George Millar: Guitar and Vocals
    • Joe Millar: Harmonica, Bass, Button-Key Accordion, Spoons and Vocals
    • Wilcil McDowell: Accordions
    • John Reynolds: Guitar, Bass and Vocals
    • Wallace Hood: Bouzouki, Citern, Banjo, Mandolin, Whistle and Vocals
    • Sean O'Driscoll: Mandolin, Banjo, Button-Key Accordion and Vocals
    • Paul Lawton: Bodhrán and Drums with Sabian Cymbals
  • Musicians
    • Geoffrey Kelly: Flute and Whistles
  • Credits
    • Produced by George Millar for Rover Records
    • Engineered by Rick Salt
    • Mixed by George Millar and Rick Salt at Island Pacific Studios, Nanaimo, B.C., Canada
    • Mastered by Rick Salt at Island Pacific Studios
    • Photographs by Russel Harris
    • Cover Design and Artwork by Eye Mean Graphics, Nanaimo, B.C.
    • Layout and Typing by Amy Millar
    • Thanks to Shaw Saltzberg and Mary Boutette at Sam Feldman Assoc.

Sleeve Notes

The rain was "pouring out of buckets" and the wind was howling like a banshee. A typical night in Ireland you're thinking, but you'd be wrong. This is Vancouver Island, the so-called Hawaii of Canada. Mother nature disagrees tonight. Thankfully it didn't dampen the enthusiasm of the sold-out audience waiting for us at the New Port Theatre in Nanaimo. They were a lively bunch indeed, clapping and singing along with us all night. Rick Salt our recording engineer for the past six albums rolled in the machines and as we say in Ballymena, "We were off the the races". This live recording is the result of that evening of March 26th, 2003… We hope you enjoy the show as much as we enjoyed doing it.

Slainte, George Millar — January — 2004