The Mystic of the Baja
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The Mystic of the Baja is an album by Canadian folk rock band Uisce Beatha (Ish-Ka Baha). It was recorded and released in 1992, distributed in Canada by EMI on both cassette and CD (UBCD01) The album was also released in Germany (02 77657 50155 26).
- "Whose Child Is This"
- "Lose That Skin"
- "Maggie Coulter"
- "Where the River Meets the Sea"
- "Take Me Now"
- "Rod and Reel (jig: The Rattlin' Bog)'
- "This is the Story (reel: Coleman's Cross)"
- "Working Man (music: traditional)"
- "Purple Heather"
- "Tenderness Behind the Rage"
- "Preparation for a Wake (jig: Off To California)"
All songs by Uisce Beatha, except where indicated.
- Alan Glen (vocals, banjo, guitar)
- John Glen (mandolin, tin whistle)
- Dough Watt (guitar)
- Paul Meadows (Fiddle, harmonica)
- Damian Morrissy (bass)
- Marty Coles (drums)
- Mark short, the pie-eyed piper ("Take Me Now")
- Thundering Nelson Muldooney (screams on "This Is The Story")
- Dan Brodbeck (backing vocals)
Produced & Engineered by Dan Brodeck
Assisted by Tim Murray & Uisce Beatha
Recorded at dB Studios, London, Ontario January 1993
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