Seven Nations (album)
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|Studio album by Seven Nations|
|Seven Nations chronology|
Seven Nations is an eponymous album released by Celtic rock band Seven Nations in 2000. It shares many of the same tracks as the band's previous release, The Pictou Sessions, and can be seen as an update of that album. It also functions as a greatest hits package, as it includes many of singer Kirk McLeod's compositions from previous releases, newly arranged for the band's revised lineup. It also contains the recording of "Twelve" from The Factory by the same lineup of the band, which was as follows:
- Kirk McLeod: lead vocals, twelve string acoustic guitar, electric guitars, piano
- Struby: bass guitars, vocals
- Ashton Geoghagan: drums, vocals
- Scott Long: highland bagpipes, electronic bagpipes, vocals
- Dan Stacey: fiddle, vocals
This album was the last to feature Geoghagan, who was replaced by Christian "Crisco" Miceli.
- 1. "Big Dog"
- 2. "All You People"
- 3. "Under the Milky Way"
- 4. "O'er the Moor and Among the Heather"
- 5. "Twelve"
- 6. "King of Oblivion"
- 7. "Jig in E Minor"
- 8. "Scream"
- 9. "The Surprise Ceilidh Band Set"
- 10. "Seeds of Life"
- 11. "God"
- 12. "The Pipe Set"
- 13. "Trains"
For the "Seven Nations" album, "Skyezinha / The Egret" and "A Rare Auld Time" were dropped in favor of "Big Dog," "Under the Milky Way," and "Twelve." All songs that had appeared on the band's first three albums were newly recorded, and the only recording on these two albums that can be found elsewhere is "Twelve," which was taken from The Factory.