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Davy Spillane   •   Shadow Hunter

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  • Shadow Hunter
    • 1990 - Cooking Vinyl COOK 030 LP (UK)
  • Side One
    1. Introduction — Lucy's Tune & Indiana Drones (Trad. Arr. D. Spillane, P.J. Curtis)
    2. Carron Streams (D. Spillane, P. Moran, A. Drennan, T. Molloy, J. Delaney)
    3. Watching The Clock (D. Spillane, P. Moran, A. Drennan, T. Molloy, J. Delaney)
    4. Walker Of The Snow (S. Tyrrell, C.D. Shanly)
    5. Hidden Ground (A. Drennan)
  • Side Two
    1. The White Crow (Trad. Arr. D. Spillane, P.J. Curtis)
    2. Moyasta Junction (Trad. Arr. D. Spillane, P.J. Curtis)
    3. Journeys Of A Dreamer (D. Spillane)
    4. One Day In June (Trad. Arr. D. Spillane)
    5. Equinox (D. Spillane)
    6. The Host Of The Air (W.B.Yeats, S. Tyrrell, Arr. P.J. Curtis)

  • Musicians
    • Davy Spillane: Uilleann Pipes, Low Whistle, Pan Pipes & Hammer Dulcimer
    • Anthony Drennan: Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Electric Slide Guitar, Dobro, Slide Dobro & Mandolin
    • Christy Moore: Bodhran
    • Dennis Woods: Keyboards
    • James Blennerhassett: Acoustic String Bass
    • James Delaney: Piano & Keyboards
    • Kevin Glackin: Fiddle
    • Martin O’Connor: Accordion
    • P.J. Curtis: Acoustic Guitar
    • Paul Moran: Drums, Congas & Percussion
    • Seán Tyrrell: Vocals & Mandocello
    • Tony Molloy: Fretless Bass
  • Credits
    • Produced by P.J. Curtis
    • Engineered by Brian Masterson
    • Assistant Engineers: Sean Leonard, Kieran Byrne, Mary Kettle & John Grimes
    • Mixed by Brian Masterson & P.J. Curtis
    • Recorded at Windmill Lane Studios
    • Except — Track: 2
      • Recorded at Ringsend Road Studios
      • Engineered by Andrew Boland
      • Assisted by Willie Mannion
    • Photography: Shane McCarthy
    • Artwork & Design: Creative A.D.

Sleeve Notes

My special thanks to: Maggie Byrne, Judy Lunny, Daire Byrne, Sandy Harsch, John Cook, John Chisholm, Johnny Bourke, Mick Brown, James Hickey, Declan O’Hanlon, Gail and Shane Holden, Penny White, Des Raleigh — Joey, Raina, Alicia and Rory Skuce; and my family — Des, Inagh, Antoinette, Daire; Dylan, Dashiell, Lucy and all my friends.