No One Stands Alone (Blue Murder album)

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No One Stands Alone
Studio album by Blue Murder
Released 2002
Recorded 2002
Genre Folk
Length 48:59

No One Stands Alone is an album by the folk group Blue Murder, recorded and issued 2002.

All of the songs on the album are sung in ensemble, but the sound mix varies on each track. For example the female voices are much quieter on the "male" song, "Bully in the Alley". Mike Waterson's voice is to the fore in his own song "Rubber Band". Martin Carthy plays guitar on "Rubber Band", "Blue Mountain", "Mole in a Hole" and "The Goodnight Song". Lester Simpson plays accordion on "Three Day Millionaire". "The Land Where You Never Grow Old" is probably influenced by Johnny Cash's version of the song.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "No One Stands Alone"   Mosie Lister 4:51
2. "Gown of Green"   Traditional 2:52
3. "Rubber Band"   Mike Waterson 3:02
4. "Blue Mountain"   Terry Gilkyson, Richard Dehr, Frank Miller 5:37
5. "Standing on the Promises of God"   Russell Kelso Carter 3:31
6. "The Banks of Sweet Primroses"   Traditional 3:28
7. "The Land Where You Never Grow Old"   Unknown, 1914 4:27
8. "Three Day Millionaire"   Mike Waterson 2:16
9. "Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy"   Traditional 3:41
10. "Bully in the Alley (Shanty)"   Traditional, adapted by Lester Simpson 3:28
11. "Mole in a Hole"   Mike Waterson 4:08
12. "Stars in My Crown"   Traditional 3:05
13. "The Goodnight Song"   Jim Boyes 4:24
Total length:


Vocals on all tracks:

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