Out There (Eleanor McEvoy album)

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Out There (MOSACD303)
Studio album by Eleanor McEvoy
Released September 2006
Genre Rock / Folk Rock
Label Mosco Disc
Producer Mick O'Gorman, Eleanor McEvoy
Eleanor McEvoy chronology
Early Hours (2004) Out There (2006) Love Must Be Tough (2008)

Out There is Eleanor McEvoy's sixth studio album. McEvoy, a multi-instrumentalist, produced and arranged Out There, and played all instruments on the album and supplied all vocals. The album includes ten new compositions by McEvoy plus two co-writes with the Beautiful South's Dave Rotheray. On track 5, Vigeland's Dream, McEvoy eloquently describes a walk she once took in Vigeland Sculputre Park which is a part of Frogner Park (Frognerparken), a public park located in the borough of Frogner, in Oslo, Norway. The album also includes an updated version of Marvin Gaye's classic "Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)" as well as a new version of Lowell George's "Roll Um Easy."

Critical reception[edit]

Out There received a good review and a four and a half star rating from Pete Whalley and Jason Ritchie of the website Get Ready to ROCK![1] The album was awarded "Record of the Year" from Hi-Fi+ Magazine in 2007.[2]

Track listings[edit]

All tracks written by Eleanor McEvoy, except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Non Smoking Single Female"   3:21
2. "To Sweep Away A Fool"   3:31
3. "Wrong So Wrong"   2:09
4. "Little Look"   3:21
5. "Vigeland's Dream"   3:47
6. "Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)"   3:26
7. "Quote I Love You Unquote" Eleanor McEvoy/Dave Rotheray 4:20
8. "So Much Trouble"   3:56
9. "Three Nights In November"   4:30
10. "Suffer So Well"   4:29
11. "The Way You Wear Your Troubles"   2:21
12. "(When You) Smile"   3:24
13. "Fields of Dublin 4"   3:38
14. "Interlude – Iberius"   0:50
15. "Roll Um Easy" Lowell George 2:27


  • "Non Smoking Single Female"
  • "Suffer So Well"
  • "Wrong So Wrong" (disc contains bonus video of Wrong So Wrong)


Out There was released in Hybrid Stereo SACD format, and on vinyl in 2007 by Diverse Vinyl (DIV 010LP).


  1. ^ Pete Whalley and Jason Ritchie. "Out There Review". Get Ready to ROCK. 
  2. ^ " "Record of the Year" Check |url= value (help). Hi-Fi+ Magazine. 

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