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Live at the Point 2006

Christy Moore with Declan Sinnott

Irish


Released: 2006
Catalogue Number: 82876827769
Barcode: 828768277690
Running Time: 143mins.



'A Career-spanning Live Concert' is the by-line on the box.
The 20 song concert plus 7 extra songs done at the soundcheck plus a documentary and concert (?) and lots more bits & pieces.
Fans of Christy will obviously welcome this memento and will know just what to expect.
It's all classic stuff.
Region 0 Pal System.
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1) Two Island Swans
2) North & South
3) Spo Do I
4) Hattie Carroll
5) Motherland
6) Wise & Holy Woman
7) Casey
8) The Magdalene Laundries
9) Missing You
10) Beeswing
11) Smoke & Strong Whiskey
12) America You Are Not the World
13) Natives
14) Quiet Desperation
15) Ordinary Man
16) Ride On
17) Viva La Quinta Brigada
18) The Contender
19) City of Chicago
20) Victor Jara.
Soundcheck Tracks:
1) Mercy
2) Cry Like A Man
3) Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Russian Roulette
4) Bright Blue Rose
5) No Time For Love
6) Mattty
7) Hurt.
The Documentary.
'A Career-spanning Live Concert' is the by-line on the box.
The 20 song concert plus 7 extra songs done at the soundcheck plus a documentary and concert (?) and lots more bits & pieces.
Fans of Christy will obviously welcome this memento and will know just what to expect.
It's all classic stuff.
Region 0 Pal System.
.

Lineup

Christy Moore: Vocals & Guitar
Declan Sinnott: Guitar & Vocals

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