Ronnie Drew & Eleanor Shanley   •   El Amor De Mi Vida [1]

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  • El Amor De Mi Vida
    • 2006 - Daisy dlcd015 CD (IRL)
  • Tracklist
    1. El Amor De Mi Vida (Warren Zevon, Jorge Calderon)
    2. The Verdant Braes Of Screen (Trad. Arr. Hanrahan, Shanley, Drew, Casserly, Delaney, Moore, Shannon)
    3. The Ballad Of Henry Lee (Trad.)
    4. When God Made Me (Nell Young)
    5. Hang Down Your Head (Tom Waits, Kathleen Brennan)
    6. Farewell (Bob Dylan)
    7. The Good Old Days (Mark Oliver)
    8. Sé Fáth Mo Bhuartha (Tis My Bitter Sorrow) (Trad. Arr. Hanrahan, Shanley)
    9. Beautiful World (Paul Brady, John Prine)
    10. We Had It All (Mike Hanrahan)
    11. A Couple More Years (Silverstein, Locorriere)

  • Musicians
    • Ronnie Drew: Vocals
    • Eleanor Shanley: Vocals
    • Robbie Casserly: Drums, Percussion
    • Paul Moore: Electric Guitar, Acoustic Bass
    • James Delaney: Plano, Keys
    • Mike Hanrahan: Acoustic, Electric Guitar
    • Steven Flaherty: Electric Guitar
    • Keith Donald: Sax, Bass Clarinet
    • Sharon Shannon: Accordion, Low Whistle
    • Paul Brady: Plano (Track: 9)
    • Winnie Horan: Fiddle (Track: 6)
    • John Shanley, John Faulkner, Martina Goggin, Tess Purcell: Backing Vocals (Track: 5)
  • Credits
    • Produced by Mike Hanrahan
    • Additional Production: Eleanor Shanley
    • Executive Producers: John Masterson & John Dunford
    • Engineered by Leon O'Neill
    • All Tracks Recorded at Poet's Corner, Galway Except:
      • "Sé Fáth Mo Bhuartha" — Dinky Studios, Dublin
      • "Beautiful World" — Kinine Studios, Dublin

Thank You to: Catriona Cunniffe, Deirdre Drew, Jaap & Els Meeuwsen, Sharon Shannon, Eleanor Quaine, Aldan Fitzgerald, Karen Whelan, Kevin Quaine, Martina McGoldrick, Tony Hynds, Joe Diamond, Donna Barnes, Philip Leonard, Daithi Turner, Judy Murray, Hannah Baird, Mary Kennedy, I.J. Shannon, Peter Keenan, Leon O'Neill, Nikki & Eden Kavanagh, The Shanleys, Eamon Goggin, Josephine Kelly Roesy.

Special thanks to the musicians and singers who contributed so much to this recording.

Final word of thanks goes to John Dunford & John Masterson for their support and encouragement.