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Will Millar   •   Rogues & Romancers

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  • Rogues & Romancers
    • 1996 - Attic 1432 CD (CAN)
  • Tracklist
    1. Ramblin' Rover (A. Stewart)
    2. Moonshiners Ball (W. Millar)
    3. Salt & Pepper (H. Chapin)
    4. Rose (P.D. Arr. & Adapt. W. Millar)
    5. Everytime I Drink Red Wine (T. Sands)
    6. Widow Maloney (W. Millar)
    7. Annie Laurie (P.D. Arr. & Adapt. W. Millar)
    8. The Keeper (F. Hennesy)
    9. Blarney Roses (P.D. Arr. & Adapt. W. Millar)
    10. Loreena (P.D. Arr. & Adapt. W. Millar)
    11. Come to the Bower (P.D. Arr. & Adapt. W. Millar)
    12. Steal Away (P. Coulter)
    13. Mill on the Braid (W. Millar)
    14. Meeting of the Waters (P.D. Arr. & Adapt. W. Millar)
    15. Take Me Home (P. Coulter)

  • Rogues & Romancers
    • Will Millar: Vocals, Storyteller, Banjo, Lude, Whistle, Autoharp
    • Bob O'Donovan: Vocals, Fiddle, Mandolin, Tenor Banjo, Bodhrán, Bones
    • Ian Millar: Vocals, Guitars, Lambeg Drum
    • Dale Patrick O'Sullivan: Drums, Bass
    • Davey Walker: Keyboards, Accordian
    • Vincent Griffin: Guitars
  • Musicians
    • Gary Fjellgaard: Guitar
    • Neil Burnett: Whistles, Flute
    • Mary Ross: Squeeze Box
    • Shakey Reay: Harmonica
    • Billy Small: Lambeg Drum
    • Stan Kelly & Stan Kelly Jr: War Pipes (Track: 15)
  • Credits
    • Produced by Will Millar & John Ellis
    • Recorded at Melodeon Studios, Vancouver Island, B.C.
    • Engineer: John Ellis
  • Other releases include …
8. Dan O'Leary (W. Millar) 1995 11. Bandits on the 'Hill' (W. Millar) 1995 16. Black Magic Won/Lambeg Big Drums (W. Millar) 1995 11. Come to the Bower (P.D. Arr. Ad. W. Millar) 1996 14. Meeting of the Waters (P.D. Arr. Ad. W. Millar) 1996
  • Notes:
    • The above credits come from the 1996 Canadian release.
    • While released in 1998, the video Will Millar and Some Mad Irishmen was probably recorded around the same time as Rogues & Romancers, or at least during the promotion of this CD.
      • The line up is almost identical—except Davey Walker.
      • Additionally, the video and CD include quite a few of the same songs.