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Hill of Thieves

Cara Dillon

Irish
Charcoal Records

Released: 6th February 2009
Catalogue Number: CHARCD002
Barcode: 805520212717
Running Time: 45mins.

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Ten traditional songs and one, the opening track, composed by Cara & Sam Lakeman - and it really stands out.
Really nice production, crystal clear vocals and an all-round good-time feel make this an album worth searching out.

1) The Hill of Thieves.
2) Johnny, Lovely Johnny.
3) The Parting Glass.
4) Spencer the Rover.
5) False, False.
6) Jimmy Mo Mhile Stor.
7) She Moved Through the Fair.
8) P Stands for Paddy.
9) The Verdant Braes of Skreen.
10) The Lass of Glenshee.
11) Fil, Fil A Run O.
Ten traditional songs and one, the opening track, composed by Cara & Sam Lakeman - and it really stands out.
Really nice production, crystal clear vocals and an all-round good-time feel make this an album worth searching out.

Lineup

Cara Dillon. - Vocals & Whistle
Sam Lakeman - Guitar, Piano & Percussion.
John Smith - Guitar & Mandola.
Brian Finnegan - Whistle.
James O'Grady - Uilleann Pipes & Whistle
Eamon Murray - Bodhran.
Ben Nicholls - Bass.
Sean Lakeman - Guitar.
Zoe Comway - Fiddle.
James Fagan - Bouzouki & Guitar.
Seth Lakeman - Vocals, Guitar & Fiddle.
Ed Boyd - Guitar.


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