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North America

Will Millar

Will Millar: Rogues & Romancers

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  • Rogues & Romancers
    • 1995 - Attic/Festival D 31471 CD — Australia/New Zealand
    • 1996 - Attic 1432 CD — Canada
  • Track List:
    1. Ramblin Rover — (A. Stewart)
    2. Salt & Pepper — (H. Chapin)
    3. Take Me Home — (P. Coulter)
    4. Widow Maloney — (W. Millar)
    5. Blarney Roses — (PD. adapted/arranged by W. Millar)
    6. Rose — (PD. adapted/arranged by W. Millar)
    7. Loreena — (PD. adapted/arranged by W. Millar)
    8. Dan O'Leary
    9. The Keeper — (F. Hennesy)
    10. Annie Laurie — (PD. adapted/arranged by W. Millar)
    11. Bandits on the 'Hill'
    12. Mill on the Braid — (W. Millar)
    13. Everytime I Drink Red Wine — (T. Sands)
    14. Moonshiners Ball — (W. Millar)
    15. Steal Away — (P. Coulter)
    16. Black Magic Won/Lambeg Big Drums
    17. Come to the Bower — (PD. adapted/arranged by W. Millar)
    18. Meeting of the Waters — (PD. adapted/arranged by W. Millar)

  • Track Notes:
    1. Tracks 8, 11 & 16 only appear on the 1995 Australian/New Zealand release.
    2. Tracks 17 & 18 only appear on the 1996 Canadian release.

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  • Musicians
    • Will Millar: Vocals, Storyteller, Banjo, Lude, Whistle, Autoharp
    • Bob O'Donovan: Vocals, Fiddle, Mandolin, Tenor Banjo, Bodhrán, Bones
    • Ian Millar: Vocals, Guitars, Lambeg Drum
    • Dale Patrick O'Sullivan: Drums, Bass
    • Vincent Griffin: Guitars
    • Gary Fjellgaard: Guitar
    • Neil Burnett: Whistles, Flute
    • Mary Ross: Squeeze Box
    • Shakey Reay: Harmonica
    • Billy Small: Lambeg Drum
    • Stan Kelly & Stan Kelly Jr: War Pipes
  • Credits
    • Special Thanks to 'our' John Ellis who owns Melodeon Studios and who helped Will Millar produce the CD and who also added his dulcet tones and engineered the whole wild undertaking.

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  • Notes:
    • The above credits come from the 1996 Canadian release.
    • While released in 1998, the video Will Millar and Some Mad Irishmen was probably recorded around the same time as Rogues & Romancers, or at least during the promotion of this CD.
      • The line up is almost identical—except Davey Walker.
      • Additionally, the video and CD include quite a few of the same songs.