The Boys Of The Lough - Second Album mp3 album
Title: Second Album
Date of release: 1974
Size MP3: 1271 mb
Size FLAC: 1728 mb
Format: MOD AAC ASF AUD FLAC DXD VQF
The Boys of the Lough is a folk album by The Boys of the Lough, originally released in 1973 by Trailer, catalogue number LER 2086. The album was produced by Bill Leader. The painting of the group reproduced on the original LP cover was by Sandy Cheyne. This is the first Boys of the Lough album
Second Album (LP, Album). The Boys Of The Lough. Second Album (LP, Album).
Yellow labels with design different from yellow labels of 2213716. Tracks A1 to A5, B3, B4 were recorded At Aquarius Sound, New York. All others were recorded at Pan Audio, Edinburgh.
Some fine Shetland music on this recording – the opening set of reels, and also the 2 listening tunes – and a mixed bag of music from several counties of Ireland.
The Boys of the Lough influenced countless other traditional Irish groups in the early '70s, and the reissue of their classic live album (recorded in 1974 at the legendary Passim club in Harvard Square) is cause for rejoicing. At that time, the quartet consisted of mandolinist Dave Richardson, flutist Cathal McDonnell, the legendary fiddler Aly Bain, and Robin Morton on bodhran and concertina.
Release group by Boys of the Lough.
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|A1||Da Lerwick Lasses; Da Scalloway Lasses; Da Underhill; Da Galley Watch|
|A2||An Goirtin Eornan (The Little Field Of Barley)|
|A5||The Gravel Walk|
|A7||The Gold Ring|
|B1||The Halting March|
|B3||Merrily Kiss The Quaker's Wife; Padraic O'Keefe's|
|B4||A Yow Cam' Ta Wir Door Yarmin'; Christmas Day Ida Moarnin'|
|B5||The Lass With The Bonny Brown Hair|
|B6||Lowrie Tarrell; The Mason's Apron|
- Recorded At – Aquarius Sound
- Recorded At – Pan-Audio Studios
- Printed By – Stott Bros., Halifax
- Made By – Stott Bros., Halifax
- Arranged By – The Boys Of The Lough
- Bodhrán, Concertina – Robin Morton
- Design – Janet Kerr
- Fiddle – Aly Bain
- Flute – Cathal McConnell
- Illustration [Drawing] – Alison Kinnaird
- Mandolin – Dave Richardson
- Mastered By [Vinyl] – Pecko* (tracks: B1 to B6), Porky (tracks: A1 to A7)
- Recorded By – Bill Leader (tracks: A6 to B2, B5, B6), Henry Miller (tracks: A1 to A5, B3, B4), Walter Koehli (tracks: A1 to A5, B3, B4)
- Written-By – Traditional
NotesYellow labels with design different from yellow labels of 2213716.
Tracks A1 to A5, B3, B4 were recorded At Aquarius Sound, New York.
All others were recorded at Pan Audio, Edinburgh
The sleeve states: "record first produced 1974" but the label has the year 1973.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: MCPS
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): LER 2090-A2
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): PORKY
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): LER 2090 B2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): PECKO
|LER 2090||The Boys Of The Lough||Second Album (LP, Album)||Trailer||LER 2090||UK||1974|
|LER 2090||The Boys Of The Lough||Second Album (LP, Album, Red)||Trailer||LER 2090||UK||1974|
|3006||The Boys Of The Lough||Second Album (LP, Album)||Rounder Records||3006||US||Unknown|