The Bothy Band   •   Afterhours

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  • Afterhours
    • 1979 - Mulligan LUN 030 LP (IRL)
    • 1984 - Green Linnet SIF 3016 LP (USA)
  • Side One
    1. The Kesh Jig; Give Us A Drink Of Water & Famous Ballymote
    2. The Butterfly
    3. Casadh An tSúgáin
    4. Farewell To Erin
    5. The Heathery Hills Of Yarrow
  • Side Two
    1. The Death Of Queen Jane (Dáithí Sproule)
    2. The Pipe On The Hob & The Hag At The Churn
    3. The Priest; Mary Willie's & This My Love, Do You Like Her?
    4. How Can I Live At The Top Of A Mountain (Tríona Ni Dhomhnaill)
    5. Rosie Finn's Favourite; Over The Water To Charlie & The Kid On The Mountain
    6. The Green Groves Of Erin & The Flowers Of Red Hill

  • Musicians
    • Kevin Burke: Fiddle
    • Paddy Keenan: Uilleann Pipes, Whistle & Low Whistle
    • Dónal Lunny: Vocals, Bouzouki, Guitar & Bodhran
    • Matt Molloy: Flute
    • Triona Ni Domhnaill: Vocals, Clavinet, Harmonium & Bodhran
    • Micheál Ó Domhnaill: Vocals, Guitar, Harmonium & Organ
  • Credits
    • Produced by The Bothy Band
    • Recorded at the "Palais Des Arts," Paris, June 1978
    • Mobile by Davout Studios
    • Engineering: Philippe Omnès, Bernard Darsch, The Doctor (Paris)
    • Jimmy Wogan (RTE Radio Centre Dublin)
    • Album Cover by Willy Matthews
    • Photos: Herve Antoine & Willy Matthews
    • All tracks: Trad. Arr. The Bothy Band, unless otherwise noted.
  • Special Thanks
    • John Munnis, John Mousely, Paul White, Patrig Sicard, Marc Perez, Marion Barry, Maureen Carroll, Alan Kloatr, Mick le Bis, Rick McCutcheon, Francis Toma, Elizabeth Mercier, Peter Browne, Georges Moustaki, Herve Antoine Daithi Sproule, Katrine, Veronique and Pat Murphy.