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Davey Arthur

Davey Arthur


Celtic Side Saddle
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  • Celtic Side Saddle
    • 1994 - Park Records PRK CD26 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. Celtic Side Saddle
    2. Hail Mary Full of Grace
    3. The Gahvay Farmer
    4. Fair City Set
    5. The Emigrant
    6. Over The Ocean
    7. Slip-n-Slides
    8. Euston Station
    9. Mad Lady and Me
    10. The Walk
    11. Sit You Down
    12. Ness Pipers
    13. Sister Marcella

  • Musicians
    • Davey Arthur: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, bodhràn
    • Anton McAuley: Fiddle
    • Gregor Lowrey: Accordion
    • Noel Barren: Bass, Fretless Bass
    • Steve Knightley: Acoustic Guitar, Mandocello
    • Phil Beer: Acoustic Guitar, Slide Guitar
    • Brian O' Reilly: Acoustic Guitar
    • Paul Seymore: Piano
    • Dave Prim: Bass
    • Chris Baylis: Guitar
    • Carole Cook: Backing Vocals
    • Nick Holland: Backing Vocals, Keyboard
    • Pete McPhail: Whistle, Copper Flute
  • Credits
    • Produced by Chris Baylis

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Cut To The Chase
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  • Cut To The Chase
    • 1997 - Blue 31 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. The Blue Stack Set: The Star Of Munster/Lads Of Laoise/The Blue Stack
    2. When Another Domino Falls
    3. A New York Miracle: Waterford Waltz/The White Wizard/The New York Miracle
    4. A Small Drop On The Side
    5. Cut To The Chase
    6. A Song For Yesterday
    7. Na Cailini/The Girls
    8. The Singing Tap Set: The Singing Tap/Slip Me One/The Turnpike
    9. A Noblemans Wedding
    10. Seamus Alfonsus Set: OHagens/The Thorny Bush/Push & Draw/Last Night's Fun
    11. She Loves To Dance
    12. Na Cailini/The Girls

  • Musicians
    • Davey Arthur: All Vocals, Acoustic Guitars, Tenor Banjo, Mandola, Mandolin
    • Anton McAuley: Fiddle
    • Max Van Gelder: Button Accordion, Whistles
    • Tommy Lannigan: bodhràn
    • Brian McNeill: Fiddle, Bouzouki, Concertina
    • Terry Woods: Mandolin, Bouzouki
    • Maire Brennan: Irish Harp
    • Hannes Wader: Guitar, Backing Vocals on "She loves to Dance'
    • Leonard Barry: Uillean Pipes
    • Bruno Staehelin: Percussions
    • Oliver Siegel: Keyboards
    • Werner Lmmerhirt: Guitar on "Blue Stack Set"
  • Credits
    • A High Hold Production for Blue Bowl Mixed and produced by Brian McNeill

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Common Ground (Davey Arthur and Fionnuala Gill)
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  • Common Ground
    • 2011 - Arthur & Gill/CDBY 171931 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. Causeway
    2. The Morning Lies Heavy
    3. The Walk
    4. A Sonq for Yesterday Molly Bán
    5. Sister Marcella
    6. Ar Éireann Ní Neostainn Cé hí
    7. Sit You Down
    8. The Fermoy Lassies
    9. Caitlin Triall

  • Musicians
    • Fionnuala Gill: Vocals & Irish Harp
    • Davey Arthur: Vocals, Guitars, Tenor Banjo, Mando-Cello
    • Brendan O'Connor: Keyboards, Bass, Accordion, Whistle, Harmonica, Percussion and Programming
  • Credits
    • Produced By Brendan O'Connor
    • Engineered and Mixed by Brendan O'Connor at Little Dylan Studios, Faha, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland
    • Mastered By Ruairí O'Flaherty, Killarney, Co. Kerry
    • Photography by Keith and Evelyn Woodard
    • Sleeve Artwork by Steven Ruane
    • © Arthur and Gill 2010

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Into The Light
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  • Into The Light
    • 2011 - Hummingbird HUM004 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. Causeway (with Fionnuala Gill)
    2. A Small Drop On the Side (with Terry Woods)
    3. The Walk
    4. The Galway Farmer (with Show of Hands)
    5. Sister Marcella
    6. The Mad Lady & Me
    7. A Song For Yesterday
    8. The Blue Stack Set (with Brian McNeill)
    9. Euston Station
    10. Cut To the Chase (with Moya Brennan)
    11. Sit You Down
    12. The Seamus Alfonsus Set
    13. Hail Mary Full of Grace
    14. The Emigrant
    15. The Mason's Apron (with The Fureys)

Notes

A kinda 'Best of …' from one of the icons of the international Irish folk music scene wearing all of his hats. Some fine guests join in to add to the internationality but the whole thing is tied firmly to the Irish folk music base. Crackin' songs, crackin' music and crackin' introduction to Davey Arthur (if you haven't heard him before!!!).

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