One, Two... Five

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One, Two... Five
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Studio album by Orthodox Celts
Released March 17, 2007
Genre Irish folk
Celtic rock
Length 38:46
Label Automatik Records
Producer Nikola Vranjković
Orthodox Celts chronology
A Moment Like The Longest Day
(2002)A Moment Like The Longest Day2002
One, Two... Five
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Popboks 6/10 stars[1]

One, Two... Five is the fifth studio album by the Serbian Irish folk/Celtic rock band Orthodox Celts released in 2007.

Like the band's previous album, A Moment Like The Longest Day, One, Two... Five was produced by Block Out member Nikola Vranjković.

Track list[edit]

  1. "The Sparrow Song" (A. Petrović, D. Grujić) – 02:58
  2. "Two Faces" (A Petrović, D. Grujić) – 02:46
  3. "What's Goin' On" (A. Petrović, D. Grujić) – 03:25
  4. "Sarah" (G. Moore, P. Lynott) – 02:18
  5. "Can't Say Another Prayer" (A. Petrović, N. Lazarević, D. Grujić) – 4:42
  6. "Freedom Cry" (D. Ponjavić, D. Grujić) – 03:40
  7. "Pain For Sale" (A. Petrović, D. Grujić) – 04:36
  8. "Queen Of The Day" (A. Petrović, D. Grujić) – 02:38
  9. "Native Ground" (A. Petrović, D. Ponjavić, D. Grujić) – 02:52
  10. "Your Song" (A. Petrović, D. Grujić) – 04:21
  11. "Fields Of Athenry" (Traditional) – 04:30

Personnel[edit]

  • Aleksandar Petrović – vocals, spoons
  • Ana Đokić-Brusić – violin
  • Dušan Živanović – drums
  • Dejan Lalić – mandola, mandolin, backing vocals, engineer
  • Vladan Jovković – acoustic guitar, backing vocals
  • Dejan Grujić – guitar, bass guitar, keyboards
  • Dejan Popin – whistles

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Nikola Vranjković – producer, arranged by, slide guitar (on track 10)
  • Saša Ranđelović – slide guitar (on track 10)
  • Aleksandar "Era" Eraković – backing vocals
  • Jelena Popin-Stanošević – backing vocals
  • Zoran Antonijević – backing vocals (on track 10)
  • Marko Jovanović – engineer
  • Marko Nježić – engineer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vojnov, Dimitrije. "ORTHODOX CELTS - One, Two... 5". POPBOKS.com. Retrieved March 27, 2012. 

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