|Studio album by Four to the Bar|
|Genre||Celtic, folk, folk rock|
|Producer||Four to the Bar|
|Four to the Bar chronology|
Another Son was the second full-length album, and final recording, by Four to the Bar, released in 1995.
The album was a radical departure from their first, 1994's Craic on the Road.
The band is listed as producing the album. Engineer Tim Hatfield has also been credited with playing a significant role in the success of the record.
- "The Newry Highwayman" (Traditional)
- "Another Son" (Kelleher)
- "The Western Shore" (Clifford)
- "Shelli Sullivan's/Passing My Time/Marie Harvey's Delight" (O'Neill)
- "NY's for Paddy" (Yeates)
- "Something's Come In" (Kelleher)
- "Catch the Wind" (Donovan)
- "The World Turned Upside-Down" (Rosselson)
- "The Shores of America" (Kelleher)
- "The Old Men Admiring Themselves in the Water" (W.B. Yeats (lyrics); Clifford (music))
- "Skibbereen" (Traditional)
- "Getting Medieval" (Traditional)
- "No Matter Where You Go" (Kelleher)
- "Something's Come In" was covered by the McKrells (from Saratoga Springs, NY) on two separate albums: 1997's Better Days and 1999's The McKrells Live.
- "The Old Men Admiring Themselves in the Water" is a W.B. Yeats poem set to music.
- "No Matter Where You Go" was rehearsed for weeks as a bluegrass number, and only changed to the albums’ "Celto-Calypso" version during the recording sessions.
- The title of "Getting Medieval" was taken from the dialog of the film Pulp Fiction.
- An early version of "Passing My Time" appeared on the band's 1993 EP.
- "NY's for Paddy" was the first song that David Yeates ever wrote.
- "NY's for Paddy" appears in iTunes' "Essential St. Patrick's Day Music" collection.
- Rossbeigh, referenced in "The Western Shore," is a beach in Glenbeigh, Co. Kerry, songwriter Patrick Clifford's ancestral home.
- "Skibbereen" is dedicated to Martin Kelleher's parents.
- David Yeates: Vocals, bodhran, flute, tin whistle, percussion
- Martin Kelleher: Guitar, bouzouki, five-string banjo, backing vocals
- Patrick Clifford: Bass guitar, piano, electric guitar
- Keith O'Neill: Fiddle, tenor banjo
- Produced by Four to the Bar
- Engineered by Tim Hatfield
- Recorded at O'Neill's Irish Castle, Poughkeepsie, NY
- Mixed at Mastermix Recording, New York, NY
- Mastered at Steller Productions, New York, NY
- Manufactured and printed by Disc Makers, USA