Talk:The Long Black Veil (album)

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All the rock stars on this album get mentioned, and most of them get blue links twice over. Isn't it strange that NONE of the members of the Chieftains gets any mention at all? Does nobody have access to the sleeve notes to tell us which of them played on this one? Ogg 19:55, 15 February 2007 (UTC)

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BetacommandBot (talk) 14:25, 2 January 2008 (UTC)

Information removed[edit]

I removed the following information that appears to have originated at U2wanderer.org:

Bono supposedly contributes vocals to the track "Long Black Veil" but in a strange twist he is not credited in the album credits. The information about his involvment comes from various news bits over the years, and mention of this album in discographies published by those who would know, like Niall Stokes.

The lead vocals are by Mick Jagger and The Chieftens. Originally they were performed by Bono, but were not used. These had been recorded at Windmill Lane. Although Bono's vocals were not used, the instrumentals from that session were supposedly used, meaning it may be possible to hear Bono way back in the mix somewhere.

It appears to me that this violates the source copyright and, in any case, is insufficiently sourced. -- Kyle Maxwell (talk) 17:39, 20 December 2008 (UTC)