34 Hours

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34 Hours
34 Hours - Skid Row.jpg
Studio album by Skid Row
Released 1971
Genre Blues rock, hard rock
Label Epic
Producer Clifford Davis, Gary Moore
Skid Row chronology
Skid
(1970)
34 Hours
(1971)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

34 Hours is a 1971 album by Irish blues-rock band Skid Row. It was the band's second album, and takes its title from the fact that it was recorded in 34 hours.

Track listing[edit]

Side I

  1. "Night of the Warm Witch" (Brendan "Brush" Shiels, Gary Moore, Noel "Nollaig" Bridgeman) - 9:04
  2. "First Thing in the Morning" (B. Shiels, G. Moore, N. Bridgeman) - 1:55
  3. "Mar" (B. Shiels) - 6:33

Side II

  1. "Go, I'm Never Gonna Let You, Pt. 1" (B. Shiels) - 8:50
  2. "Lonesome Still" (B. Shiels, G. Moore, N. Bridgeman) - 3:50
  3. "Love Story, Pt. 1" (B. Shiels, G. Moore, N. Bridgeman) - 5:07

Personnel[edit]

  • Brush Shiels – lead vocals, bass guitar
  • Gary Moore – lead guitar, vocals
  • Noel Bridgeman – drums, background vocals

Additional musicians:

  • Paul Scully – bass guitar (on "Mar")

Engineer – Martin Birch

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