Live in Dublin (Jeff Martin album)
|Live in Dublin|
|Live album by Jeff Martin|
|Released||May 7, 2007|
|Recorded||17 February 2007, The Sugar Club, Dublin, Ireland|
|Jeff Martin chronology|
Live in Dublin (2007) is a live album by Canadian singer/songwriter Jeff Martin. The album is a complete recording of a live performance which included many songs written by The Tea Party, numerous covers (complete, and partial within other songs), as well as Martin's solo compositions.
- "The Bazaar" (The Tea Party cover)
- "Requiem" (The Tea Party)
- "Hallelujah" (Leonard Cohen cover)
- "I Love you" (Daniel Lanois cover)
- "The Messenger" (Daniel Lanois)
- "Oceans" (The Tea Party)
- "Winter Solstice" (The Tea Party)
- "Black Snake Blues"
- "In This Time" (The Tea Party)
- "The Kingdom"
- "Sister Awake" (The Tea Party)
- Jeff Martin - Vocals, guitar, production, mixing at Science Friction Studios
- Wayne P. Sheehy - Drums and percussion
- Roy Harper - Assistant mixing
- Pat O'Donnell - Mastering at Quillroad Studios
- Ian O Donaghue - Sound Engineering at The Sugar Club, 17 February 2007
- Publishing - JMartin Music (SOCAN)
- Marco Holtappel - Artwork
The album can only be purchased at Martin's live shows or from his website.
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