Live in Dublin (Christy Moore album)

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Live In Dublin
Live album by Christy Moore and Friends
Released 1978
Recorded April 1978, Dublin
Genre Irish Folk
Length 36:27
Label Tara Music label
Producer Nicky Ryan
Christy Moore and Friends chronology
The Iron Behind the Velvet
(1978)
Live In Dublin
(1981)
After The Break
Planxty
(1979)


Live in Dublin is a live album by Irish singer/songwriter Christy Moore.

We recorded this album in April 1978, when we did gigs at The Meeting Place, Pat Dowling's of Prosperous, Trinity College and the Grapevine Arts centre in North Great George's St. One number ' Clydes Bonnie Banks was recorded in Nicholas Ryan's front room. We got great assistance from Ireland's greatest roadcrew, John McFadden and Leon Brennan. I'll dedicate this album to Juno, who arrived as we started

Christy

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hey Sandy" (Harvey Andrews)
  2. "The Boys of Barr na Sráide" (Sigerson Clifford)
  3. "Little Mother" (Traditional)
  4. "Clyde's Bonnie Belle" (Traditional)
  5. "Pretty Boy Floyd" (Woody Guthrie)
  6. "Bogey's Bonnie Belle"
  7. "The Crack Was Ninety in the Isle of Man" (Barney Rush)
  8. "Black Is the Colour of My True Love's Hair" (Traditional)
  9. "One Last Cold Kiss" (Felix Pappalardi, Gail Collins)

Personnel[edit]

Produced & Recorded by Nicky Ryan

References[edit]

Record Label Catalogue 2010
Album Sleevenotes