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the Irish Rovers

The Irish Rovers: 40 Years A-Rovin'

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  • 40 Years A-Rovin
    • 2005 - Rover Records IRD2005 CD
  • CD One
    1. A Long Time Ago (G. Millar)
    2. Toor-I-Ah
    3. Banks Of The Roses
    4. Liza Jane
    5. The Girls Along The Road
    6. Botany Bay
    7. New York Girls
    8. Coulter's Candy
    9. Instrumental Reels
    10. The Maid Of Coolmore
    11. Kelly From Killann
    12. Mingulay Boat Song
    13. Little Skillet Pot
    14. Dunluce Castle (G. Millar)
  • CD Two
    1. The Wild Colonial Boy
    2. Home From The Sea (G. Millar)
    3. Bold O'Donahue
    4. Avondale
    5. Recruiting Sergeant
    6. No Man's Land (E. Bogle)
    7. Give Me Your Hand
    8. Haul Away Joe
    9. Valparaiso
    10. The Black Velvet Band
    11. Kellswater
    12. The Unicorn (S. Silverstine [sic])
    13. Wasn't That A Party (T. Paxton)
    14. Drunken Sailor

  • The Irish Rovers
    • George Millar: Guitar, Bouzouki & Vocals
    • Joe Millar: Bass, Harmonica & Vocals
    • Wilcil McDowell: Accordion
    • John Reynolds: Guitar & Vocals
    • Wallace Hood: Bouzouki, Cittern, Mandolin, Whistle & Vocals
    • Sean O'Driscoll: Banjo, Mandolin, Button-Key Accordion & Vocals
    • Paul Lawton: Bodhràn & Drums with Sabian Cymballs
  • Musicians
    • Ian Millar: Back-Up Vocals
    • Geoffrey Kelly: Flute, Whistle And bodhràn
    • Michael Creber: Keyboards
    • Patrick Davey: Uilleann Pipes, Flute & Whistle
    • John Fitzpatrick: Fiddle
    • Gerry O'Connor: Fiddle
    • Amy Laing: Cello
    • Todd Sacerty: Bass
  • Credits
    • Produced by George Millar for Rover Records
    • Engineered by Rick Salt
    • Mixed by George Millar & Rick Salt
    • Recorded at Island Pacific Studios - Nanaimo, B.C. Canada & Emerald Studios - Belfast, Northern Ireland
    • Mastered by Rick Salt
    • Tour Manager: Betsy Millar
    • Photographs by Danny Sanchez — Red Bank New Jersey
    • We would like to dedicate this CD to the memory of our dear friend Paul "Lolly" Lawton (1964-2005).
    • A special thank you to Bruce Coughlan and Nolan Murray of Tiller's Folly for their help on "No Man's Land"

  • Notes:
    • This the last Irish Rovers' album (to date) with founding member, Joe Millar (as a group member).