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.
- St. Brendan's Voyage (Moore)
- Raglan Road (Traditional/Kavanagh)
- Mr. Maguire (Traditional)
- Amadeus Killeen/Passing Time (O'Neill)
- All arrangements by Four to the Bar
- Recorded in New York City, Winter 1993
- Produced by Henry Gorman
- Photograph by James Higgins
- "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.