A Couple More Years

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A Couple More Years
Ronnie Drew and Eleanor Shanley - A Couple More Years.jpg
Live album by Ronnie Drew and Eleanor Shanley
Released 2000[1]
Genre Folk
Label Pinorrekk[1]
Ronnie Drew chronology
The Humour Is on Me Now
(1999)The Humour Is on Me Now1999
A Couple More Years
(2000)
An Evening with Ronnie Drew
(2004)An Evening with Ronnie Drew2004

A Couple More Years is an album by Ronnie Drew and Eleanor Shanley, released in 2000.

Eleanor Shanley was a member of De Danann, who had recorded Bob Dylan's "Boots of Spanish Leather" with The Dubliners on their 30 Years A-Greying album. Also featured are Mike Hanrahan and Bill Shanley as backup guitarists. A video of this show was also released.

"A Couple More Years" was written by Shel Silverstein and recorded by Willie Nelson.

Track listing[edit]

Source: iTunes[2]

No. Title Length
1. "A Couple More Years" 4:50
2. "Johnny Lovely Johnny" 3:31
3. "Ronnie Story 1" 2:11
4. "Boots of Spanish Leather" 4:53
5. "Ronnie Story 2" 2:58
6. "What Will We Tell the Children" 3:52
7. "Dreaming My Dreams" 3:34
8. "Journey's End" 3:00
9. "Hard Times" 4:10
10. "Ronnie Story 3" 1:04
11. "Viva La Quinta Brigada" 4:40
12. "Ronnie Story 4" 0:23
13. "The Young Man Who Used to Be" 3:21
14. "Ronnie Story 5" 0:45
15. "Brian Og and Mollie Ban" 3:06
16. "Restless Farewell/Parting Glass" 6:20
17. "Ronnie Story 6" 0:54
18. "We Had It All" 4:14

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Discography of Eleanor Shanley at official site". Retrieved 24 March 2011. 
  2. ^ "A Couple More Years". iTunes. Retrieved 24 March 2011.