Four to the Bar (EP)

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Four to the Bar
FTB001.jpg
EP by Four to the Bar
Released March 1993
Recorded January 1993
Genre Celtic, folk
Label Independent
Producer Henry Gorman
Four to the Bar chronology
Four to the Bar
(1993)
'Craic on the Road'
(1994)

Four to the Bar was the first commercial release by the band of that name. A four-cut EP, it was released on cassette in 1993.

Track listing[edit]

  1. St. Brendan's Voyage (Moore)
  2. Raglan Road (Traditional/Kavanagh)
  3. Mr. Maguire (Traditional)
  4. Amadeus Killeen/Passing Time (O'Neill)

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • All arrangements by Four to the Bar
  • Recorded in New York City, Winter 1993
  • Produced by Henry Gorman
  • Photograph by James Higgins

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • "Mr. Maguire" also appears on 1994's Craic on the Road.
  • A later version of "Passing Time" appears as "Passing My Time" on 1995's Another Son.
  • The "Killeen" in "Amadeus Killeen" is a tribute to a friend of composer Keith O'Neill.
  • Martin Kelleher's first instrument was the mandolin. These tracks are the only known recordings of him playing the instrument.
  • Producer Henry Gorman was a founding member of Big Stupid Guitars.
  • The cover shot was taken by James Higgins, a staff photographer for the Irish Voice newspaper.