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Four Men and a Dog: Barking Mad

Four Men and a Dog: Barking Mad (Topic TSCD461)

Barking Mad
Four Men and a Dog

Topic Records TSCD461 (CD, UK, 1992)

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Produced by Arty McGlynn;
Recorded at Homestead Studios, Randalstown, March 1991;
Engineered by Shaun (Mudd Wallace);
Released under license from Cross Border Media

Musicians

Mick “the Black Dog” Daly: acoustic guitar, 5-string banjo, vocals;
Cathal Hayden: fiddle, banjo;
Gino Lupari: percussion, vocals;
Brian McGrath: banjo, piano, mandolin;
Donal Murphy: accordion

with guests
Arty McGlynn, acoustic and electric guitars;
James Blennerhasset: electric and upright bass;
Brendan McFarritty: snare drum

Tracks

  1. Hidden Love / Sheila Coyles (5.24)
  2. Wee Johnny Set: Wee Johnny / The Kilcummin / Maguire's (3.41)
  3. Wrap It Up (3.18)
  4. Foxhunters: Paddy Shannon / The Man from Bundoran / The Foxhunter (4.08)
  5. Waltzing's for Dreamers (3.47)
  6. The Primrose Lass / Unknown Shetland Tune / Easy Club reels (3.49)
  7. Sliabh Luachra Set polkas (3.11)
  8. Swing Set: Marco's Reel / Rickett's Hornpipe / Pat the Budgie (4.53)
  9. Short Fat Fanny (3.12)
  10. The Humours of Kesh, or Jackson's Jig / Sean Dwyer's / Calliope House jigs (4.00)
  11. The Cruel Father: Ril Gan Ainm / Josephine Keegan's / The Cruel Father (4.11)
  12. High on a Mountain (4.00)
  13. McFadden’s Reels: McFadden's Handsome Daughter / Dinny Langton's / The Maids of Mitchelstown (4.50)

All tracks trad. arr. Four Men and a Deg except
Track 1a P. Case;
Track 3 Neil Johnston, Arty McGlynn;
Track 4a Paddy Shannon;
Track 5 Richard Thompson;
Track 9 Larry Williams;
Track 10c D. Richardson;
Track 11b Josephine Keegan;
Track 12 Ola Belle Reed

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Four Men and a Dog: Shifting Gravel

Four Men and a Dog: Shifting Gravel (Special Delivery SPDCD 1047)

Shifting Gravel
Four Men and a Dog

Special Delivery (Topic Records) SPDCD 1047 (CD, UK, 1993)
Cross Border Media CBMCD 005 (CD, 1993)

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Produced by Arty McGlynn;
Recorded at Homestead Studios, Randalstown;
Mixed and engineered by Shawn (Mudd) Wallace;
Sleeve design by Creative A.D.;
Photography by Jonathan Hession

Musicians

Cathal Hayden: fiddle, banjo;
Gino Lupari: percussion, vocals;
Kevin Doherty: guitar, vocals;
Arty McGlynn: acoustic, electric and pedal steel guitars;
Conor Keane: accordion;
Gerry O'Connor: banjo, fiddle

with
James Blennerhasset: electric and upright bass;
Brendan McFarritty: drums;
Brendan Quinn: backing vocals;
Rod McVey: piano

Tracks

  1. Another Irish Rover (4.21)
  2. Shifting Gravel (The Morning Nightcap) (3.38)
  3. Work Together (3.49)
  4. Bertha's Goat: Laffertys / The Shores of Lough Graney (3.52)
  5. Joh (4.05)
  6. Newmarket Polkas: John McKenna's / Newmarket / The Lakes of Sligo (3.39)
  7. I'm Walkin' (2.22)
  8. The Mountain Road: The Mountain Road / Humours of Westport / Clogger's Quilt (4.48)
  9. Struggle On (4.20)
  10. Micho Russell's Set: Micho Russell's / Sporting Nell (2.57)
  11. Where Has My Lady Gone? (4.53)
  12. The Kilfenora Sexy Jig: Kilfenora Jig / Scattery Island (3.18)

Tracks 1, 5, 9, 11 Kevin Doherty;
Track 2 trad. arr. Arty McGlynn, Cathal Hayden;
Track 3 K. Wilson;
Tracks 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 trad. arr.;
Track 7 Antoine “Fats” Domino, Dave Bartholomew

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